5-18-2024 Collector Motor Series Auction Buyer's Guide - 1

Collector Motor Series Auction Saturday May 18, 2024 10am Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Birmingham, AL Buyer’s Catalog

Henderson Auctions Collector Motor Series Auction at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

Birmingham, Alabama | Saturday, May 18, 2024 | 10am CT

Henderson Auctions 13340 Florida Boulevard Livingston, Louisiana 70754 www.HendersonMotorSeries.com Preview and Auction Location Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum 6030 Barber Motorsports Pkwy Birmingham, Alabama 35094


VIP Auction Preview: Friday, May 17, 2024, 6pm - 8pm, Guided Museum Tour, Open Bar, Catered by Bruno Hospitality Auction Day: Saturday, May 18, 2024 includes Catered by Bruno Hospitality and Open Bar, Auction Starts at 10am CT, Commemorative Buyers Guide, (2) General Admission Museum Tickets, Bidder Fee is included. Bidding Pass | $100 Fee Bidder and One Guest Auction Day: Saturday, May 18, 2024, 10am CT (2) General Admission Museum Tickets, Commemorative Buyers Guide General Admission General Admission is only the cost of the museum. Museum Entry Cost $20 Adults | $15 Children (Purchase tickets at the front desk of the museum.) We encourage you to come out to this beautiful venue, see live auto racing, enjoy the museum facilities, and watch the auction! Additional Commemorative Buyers Catalog $25 Fee Per Book All on-site registered bidders receive one copy. Registration Payments CREDIT CARD: Visa, American Express, MasterCard, and Discover CHECKS: Make payable to Henderson Auctions Registration Important Notice Please note that all customers, irrespective of any previous activity with Henderson Auctions, are required to complete the Bidder Registration Form in advance of the sale. The form can be found on our website at www.HendersonMotorSeries.com

Preview Date and Time General Preview: Friday, May 17, 2024 | 10am - 5pm VIP Preview: Friday, May 17, 2024 | 6pm - 8pm Includes: Guided Museum Tour, Open Bar, and Catering by Bruno Hospitality Inquiries and Online Bidding Registration General Information Tricia Ory +1.225.686.2252 extension 108 +1.225.341.1577 Fax tricia@hendersonauctions.com

Bidder Registration and Payments Kaely Scarle +1.225.686.2252 extension 130 kaely@hendersonauctions.com Vehicle Documents Lauren Lay titleclerk@hendersonauctions.com Consignments or Vehicle Questions Ben Hocevar +1.225.363.8488 ben@hendersonauctions.com

Buyer Information

Buyer’s Premium and Taxes The final bid (hammer) price of each lot will be subject to a buyer’s premium. Onsite Auction Buyer’s Premium For VEHICLE property the premium is 10% on each item purchased. For MEMORABILIA and other non-motor vehicle property, the premium is 15% on each item purchased. Internet & Absentee Bidding Buyer’s Premium For VEHICLE property the premium is 13% on each item purchased. For MEMORABILIA and other non-motor vehicle property, the premium is 18% on each item purchased. Auction Bidding Options You can bid in many ways: Live In-Person at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, Henderson Auctions’ bidding platform, Proxibid online bidding platform, Henderson Auctions’ APP, phone bidding or absentee bidding. www.hendersonmotorseries.com or www.proxibid.com to bid online. Absentee Bidding If you are unable to attend the sale and require additional flexibility for an absentee bid of a lot estimated more than $10,000 (ten thousand), Henderson Auctions is pleased to offer an absentee bid option. Please contact Tricia Ory or tricia@hendersonauctions.com no later than 3:00pm on Wednesday, May 15, 2024 to set up your absentee bid. Online Bidding and Bids Internet users may place prebids and live bids from anywhere in the world. Please use the links below to bid live and prebid on lots. www.hendersonmotorseries.com to access the online bidding platforms.

Sales Tax Sales Tax, if applicable, will be charged on the final total of the hammer price plus buyer’s premium. In order to be exempt from state sales tax (and license and documentation fees, as applicable), the buyer must possess a valid sellers permit/resale certificate number and must be a licensed motor vehicle dealer in the applicable state and furnish documentation of the same to Henderson Auctions prior to or at the time of purchase. Buyer Payments Payment for purchased lots must be made no later than 2pm on the Monday following the auction. Henderson Auctions recommends anyone wishing to remove items (including motor vehicles) should immediately pay by cash, certified check (bank draft), Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. A convenience fee of 4% additional will be added to all credit card charges. Please note that payments made by personal or business checks may result in property not being released until purchase funds clear our bank.

For buyers wishing to pay by bank transfer, our bank details are as shown below: (please include your bidder number). United States Wire Information: Please wire transfer the balance due plus the $25 wire transfer fee to:

First Guaranty Bank 400 East Thomas Hammond, LA 70401 ABA# 065404340 Reference: Henderson Auctions

13340 Florida Blvd, Livingston, LA 70754 Account # 500053375 | (Bidder Number)

Download the Henderson Auctions APP Android and Apple Devices (at no cost) Search “Henderson Auctions”

Phone Bidding (Registration Approval Required) Tricia Ory | +1.225.341.1577 tricia@hendersonauctions.com

Buyer Information

International Wire Information: Please wire transfer the balance due plus the $50 wire transfer fee to:

Hotel Information Elyton Hotel, Autograph Collection 1928 1st Ave N, Birmingham, AL 35203 205.731.3600 Holiday Inn – Leeds, AL 1820 Carl Jones Rd, Moody, AL 35004 Special Rate | 205.352.0515 Hampton Inn – Leeds, AL 310 Rex Lake Rd, Leeds, AL 35094 205.702.4141 Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain Brook Autograph Collection 2655 Lane Park Rd, Birmingham, AL 35223 205.414.0505

Chase Bank Swift Code: CHASUS33 1916 SW Railroad Ave Hammond, LA 70401

Account: First Guaranty Bank Account # 638781039 400 East Thomas Hammond, LA 70401 Reference: Account # 500053375 Henderson Auctions Livingston, LA 70754 Account# 500053375 (Bidder Number)

Airports (KBHM, BHM) Birmingham

Payment & Collection Hours at the Barber Museum Henderson Auctions will be accepting payments during and after the auction on Saturday. Memorabilia purchases can be collected during the auction. Purchased vehicles will not be released until after the auction. Our payment and collection hours continue on Sunday from 8am to 5pm and again on Monday from 8am to 5pm.

Shuttlesworth International Airport – Birmingham, AL 5900 Messer Airport Hwy, Birmingham, AL 35212 Phone: 205.595.0533 Runway: 12,007 feet | FBO: Atlantic Aviation (East & West) (KEKY, EKY) Bessemer Airport – Bessemer, AL. Address: 900 Mitchell Field Rd, Bessemer, AL 35022 Phone: 205.428.9292 Runway: 6,007 feet (KEET, EET) Shelby County Airport – Alabaster, AL Address: 265 Weather Vane Rd, Calera, AL 35040 Phone: 205.670.6359 Runway: 5000 x 75 ft. None of the Barber collection is for sale or included in the auction. This is a private auction held by

Vehicle Storage and Transportation Classic Car Motoring, Irondale, Alabama www.classiccarmotoring.com Classic Car Motoring has partnered with

Henderson Auctions to provide superior exotic transportation services, and vehicle storage. This 45 year old family owned business has earned a world-wide reputation for exceptional service. Jeff, Chris, and Josh Baggett with Classic Car Motoring will work with our team to arrange transportation of your purchased vehicles to “The Vault”, a luxury storage facility. Jeff Baggett: 205.841.2153, Chris Baggett 205.841.2153 Josh Baggett: 205.420.9897 Visit www.classiccarmotoring.com for facility photos and additional information on transportation, storage and luxury event preparation.

Henderson Auctions conducted at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.

Alabama Auctioneer License: Jeffrey Henderson | AL#5524

Classic Car Motoring Jeff, Chris & Josh Baggett www.classiccarmotoring.com Luxury Transport, Storage and Event Preparation Classic Car Motoring has partnered with Henderson Auctions Motor Series to provide superior exotic transportation services, storage, repairs, and meticulous detailing for event preparations. This 45 year old family-owned business has earned a world-wide reputation for exceptional service. Jeff, Chris, and Josh Baggett with Classic Car Motoring in Irondale, AL will work with our team to handle all your luxury car needs.

Jeff Baggett: 205.841.2153 | Chris Baggett 205.841.2153 | Josh Baggett: 205.420.9897 Visit www.classiccarmotoring.com for facility photos and additional information on transportation, storage and luxury event preparation.

Collector Motor Series Auction Memorabilia

Lot 100 | PEDALCAR




May 18, 2024 Collector Motor Series Auction

Lot 104 | Offered without Reserve 2004 YAMAHA PW50 MINI BIKE

Lot 105 1977 HONDA CT70 TRAIL 70

Lot 106 1972 HONDA CT70

Lot 108 | Offered without Reserve 1970 HONDA TRAIL 70

Lot 107 1971 HONDA CT70

Lot 109 1972 HONDA CT70H TRAIL


Lot 111 | Offered without Reserve 1979 YAMAHA YZ100

Lot 112 | Offered without Reserve 1972 INDIAN ME100

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Lot 113 | Offered without Reserve 1992 SUZUKI GN125

Lot 114 1983 HONDA ATC 185S

Lot 115 | Offered without Reserve 1974 SUZUKI RL250

Lot 115.1 | Offered without Reserve 2023 JANUS HALCYON 250

Lot 117 2023 KTM HUSQVARNA FC 350

Lot 116 1975 YAMAHA RD250E

Lot 119 2022 URAL GEAR UP

Lot 118 1978 KAWASAKI KZ 650

Collector Motor Series Auction La Collezione Italiana

Lot 120 | Offered without Reserve 2004 MOTO GUZZI BREYA 750


Lot 122 1954 ISOMOTO 125

Lot 123 | Offered without Reserve 1965 BENELLI WARDS FIREBALL


Lot 125 1964 DUCATI SPORT 50

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Lot 127 | 1988 FORD F-150 LARIAT 4X4 | Offered without Reserve

Lot 128 | 1968 BUICK SKYLARK | Offered without Reserve

Lot 129 | 1994 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 | Offered without Reserve

Lot 130 | 1998 CHEVROLET 1500 4X4

Lot 131 | 1998 BMW Z3 RIGHT HAND DRIVE

Lot 132 | 1979 CHEVROLET CAMARO BERLINETTA A true time capsule that was purchased from the Earl Tramell collection in Warrior, Alabama. This is a two-owner car with all paperwork and receipts from previous owner included. Build sheet was found and all numbers are matching. It has the desirable 350ci motor and period correct aluminum intake, small cam, and headers. Original parts are included. It has been in dry storage for twenty-plus years. Showing 51,525 miles.

Lot 133 | 1976 JEEP CJ-5


Lot 135 | 1994 TOYOTA 4RUNNER SR5

Lot 136 | 2001 CAMARO SS

Lot 137 | 1972 PORSCHE 914

Lot 138 | 2002 PONTIAC TRANS AM

Lot 139 | 1927 FORD MODEL T | Offered without Reserve

Lot 140 | 1953 MG TD


Lot 142 | 2008 LEXUS GX470

Lot 143 | 1991 NISSAN 300ZX Twin Turbo

Lot 144 | 1983 DATSUN 280ZX TURBO

Lot 145 | 1950 JEEP WILLYS This Jeep Willys was built by Vic Hickey (1978 Inductee Offroad Hall of Fame) with stainless steel custom designs on large selections of the Jeep.


This Jaguar was originally purchased by Red Skelton who immediately had it painted the current color “Skelton Red”. Lot 146 | 1967 JAGUAR 420 G | Offered at No Reserve

Lot 147 | 1966 CHEVROLET C-10 TRUCK




Lot 151 | 1935 CHEVROLET SEDAN

Lot 152 | 1969 CHEVROLET C10


Lot 154 | 2023 FORD F150XLT 4X4 - Roush Supercharged with Ford Warranty

Lot 155 | 1959 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK IV This car has lived in Alabama, bought initially from Vulcan Lincoln Mercury in Birmingham, AL on November 17, 1958. The car was put in storage and was rarely driven.

Lot 156 | 1985 21 FT CARTER CLASSIC MAHOGANY BOAT Carter Classic mahogany boat with a triple cockpit, 454 Chevrolet inboard, V-drive, Bimini top, and swim pad. One of six ever made! (51 total hours)

Lot 157 | 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA Powered by original Chevy 283 V-8 with 2-speed Powerglide transmission.Original paint and glass. Restoration wasdone in 2022/2023 by Impatient Creations in Alabaster for $33K

Lot 158 | 1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE Finished in a Marlboro Maroon (988) exterior over a Black (AA) interior. Powered by a numbers matching 350 horsepower, 327 cubicinch, V8 mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. D02 Date code means this car was built on November 2nd, 1966. The S0819 Body code means this was the 819th ’67 Coupe built with a St. Louis body. Options include power steering (N40), power brakes (J40), and side mount exhaust system (N14). The dealer code was 564, Zone 11, which meant the car was delivered new to Whitmore Chevrolet in Ottawa, Illinois. Odometer shows 60,631 miles.

Lot 159 | 1986 CHEVEROLET C10

Lot 160 | 2013 FERRARI CALIFORNIA Nero Daytona Paint combined with tan leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, power-adjustable seats, hard-top convertible with a folding metal roof.

Lot 161 | 2019 MERCEDES SPRINTER VAN | Charity Donation Benefiting ALS of Birmingham The owner of this Becker Conversion Sprinter Van is donating proceeds to the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association (ALS) Alabama Chapter. Showing 35,728 miles


Lot 163 | 1976 PORSCHE 911

Lot 164 | 2012 AUDI R8 GT STASIS Finished in black over a black interior. It is powered by a Stasis Supercharged 5.2-Litre V10, making approximately 710 horsepower and 523 LB-FT of torque. The power is transmitted to the pavement via a 6-speed manual transmission converted from the factory automatic by Third Pedal LLC. This car was modified by Makes and Models of Utah with a Stasis extreme package.

Lot 165 | 2009 PORSCHE CAYMAN GX.R HISTORIC RACE CAR This is far from your normal Porsche Cayman. The Rolex Daytona 24 Hours has been among the few pinnacles of motorsport racing events since 1962. Drivers such as Dan Gurney, Mark Donohue, Hurley Haywood, Peter Gregg, and Ken Miles have been among this legendary race’s long list of competitors. For over 60 years, the 24 Hours of Daytona has been among the “Big Three” in endurance racing alongside the 24 Hours du Mans and the 12 Hours of Sebring. In 2013, the GX class was introduced due to the merger of the American Le Mans Series and the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series. The GX class was deemed close enough in performance to the GT Daytona class but was focused on sustainability in racing. This was the last year privateer racing teams were allowed in the 24 Hours of Daytona.

Lot 166 | 2022 PORSCHE TARGA 4 GTS

Lot 167 | 1958 PORSCHE 356 SUPER CABRIOLET This 1958 Porsche 356 Super Cabriolet was restored as follows: Complete bare metal restoration of the bodywork, the color was changed from black (originally light ivory) to Meissen Blue to compliment the excellent condition previously done interior in saddle, new black German canvas top and boot cover were installed, and all rubber trim. The correct Super engine & transmission number (81438) car is in perfect driving condition with show quality paint. Upon restoration it was decided to eliminate the US regulation bumper over riders in favor of the cleaner looking Euro style uprights. The engine has been upgraded to Solex P40/II carburetors for

better acceleration. It is beautifully detailed with all correct hardware and labels. Despite it’s original 6 Volt system, the engine starts cold or hot easily every time. Michelin XZX 165SR/15 tires have been installed on the

chrome 5 wheels with flawless Super hubcaps. The car was lowered slightly for better handling and more aggressive stance. All gauges look like new and perform correctly. Over 900 hours went into the show quality work performed.

Lot 168 | 2011 PORSCHE 911 SPEEDSTER To revive the iconic Speedster name, Porsche decided in 2011 to create a special 911 that would be a fitting tribute to the 356 Speedster. The 997 Speedster was based on a Carrera GTS, and Porsche installed a Powerkit-equipped 3.8-liter flat-six engine along with virtually every option available for a Carrera at the time. These options include, Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Sport Chrono Package, and Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM). To even further tribute its namesake, the 997 Speedster was limited in production to 356 units, only 103 of which were destined for the United States. This two-owner car is number 244 of those 306 units and is finished in Speedster-only Pure Blue. The interior is black leather with accents of the exterior color. The 997 Speedster is equipped with black Fuchs-style wheels, fender rock chip protectors and a rigid tonneau

cover, all of which pay homage to the 1989 G-Series Speedster. This car shows approximately 22,500 miles on the odometer.

Lot 169 | 2003 PORSCHE 911 Safari Projek

A 2003 Porsche 996 4S Manual was the base for this absolute beautiful car from Safari Projek. They planned it so that it could be used as a daily driver, with all the comforts of a newer Porsche, that can also compete on the weekends. To make this happen, the track was widened in front by 120mm. The top mount for the McPherson strut was moved out by 60mm via a specially designed top mount for the bespoke Reiger shock absorbers. The rear needed to be widened in order to fit the same wheel as used in the front. The rear suspension geometry was altered to enable better weight transfer to the front axle under braking, which created much better turn in under braking on gravel roads.

The radiator angle was changed to get clearance for the bigger wheels, since they did not want to move them forward and compromise the already long overhang in front of the front axle. Bespoke suspension components were manufactured from 7075 aircraft aluminum to widen the track, fitted with chrome molly-rod end bearings on all pivot points. The Reiger shock absorbers combined with the suspension changes generated +/-200mm of wheel travel front and rear. This 996 C4S rides on huge 225/55r18 SUV wheels fitted to OZ Racing 18 Inch 8J wide wheel rims all-round, and now clears the ground with an enormous 280mm.

Lot 170 | 2024 CHEVROLET CAMARO ZL1 GARAGE 56 EDITION | Donation Benefiting KultureCity Kulture City is the nation’s leading nonprofit on sensory accessibility and acceptance for those with invisible diseases. One in four people have a sensory need or an invisible disability, including those with PTSD, autism, dementia, and strokes. Kulture City helps bring awareness and inclusion to these invisible diseases. 100% of the proceeds of this 2023 Chevrolet Camaro, plus the buyer’s premium, will be donated to Kulture City. In 2012, Garage 56 was introduced at Le Mans to showcase innovative and extraordinary vehicles. In 2023, Hendrick Motorsports was selected to field a team for a NASCAR Cup-style Camaro ZL1 race car. To commem orate this race car, Chevrolet’s Performance Design Studio created 56 special edition Camaro ZL1s. Finished in a new-for-2024 Riptide Blue exterior with a unique graphics package. Pulling in colors and themes from the race car, gold stripes accent a larger white strip running the length of the car, from the hood to the rear decklid. On the nose of the car, a NASCAR 75TH Anniversary logo pays tribute to the race car. Starting near the engine cowl, monochromatic stars and stripes cover the roof of the car. The Camaro badging on the front fenders is replaced by unique Garage 56 badging. The Garage 56 Edition also features unique aerodynamic pieces, such as dive planes on the front fascia and a NASCAR Cup car-style wicker bill spoiler on the decklid. Powered by a 650-horsepower, supercharged, 6.2-liter LT4 engine mated to an automatic transmission. Odometer shows 12 miles.

Lot 171 | 1961 LOTUS 18/21 FORMULA ONE SPECIFICATION 1961 Lotus 18/21 was completed with proper Formula One specifications. This Lotus 18/21 was built by UDT-Laystall Racing team for use in the 1961 Formula One season. Upon its debut, Sir Stirling Moss piloted this car, Chassis 918, to victory at Brands Hatch in June of 1961. After being rebuilt following a crash at Spa Francorchamps, its second race resulted in another victory for Sir Stirling Moss at Karlskoga. After these two wins, UDT-Laystall traded the car to Rob Walker Racing for use in the 1962 Formula One season. Under Rob Walker Racing’s ownership, Maurice Trintignant piloted the car to another victory in the Pau Grand Prix. Following this race, Graham Hill and Chassis 918 also found themselves on the podium. Rob Walker Racing then sold the car to a privateer who installed a Ford V8 to race in Formula Libre. The car was severely damaged in 1964 by a wreck. The car sat until 1993, when Alan Baillie rebuilt the car, finishing in 1995. The car then competed in vintage races at marques such as Monterey, Goodwood, Silverstone, Isle of Man, and many other tracks across the US and UK.

Lot 172 | 1968 FORD MUSTANG CUSTOM FASTBACK 1968 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback Eleanor Tribute Edition. Officially licensed Gone in 60 Seconds movie car tribute. Eleanor body VIN Plate issued by Eleanor Licensing LLC. Comprehensive Rotisserie restoration and photo documentation from a bare Mustang shell and carefully reassembled. Includes all the correct Eleanor movie car body modifications and accessories. Freshly built Ford FE 428 Big Block with Fast 2.0 fuel injection, 4-speed top-loader manual transmission with Hurst shifter, Eleanor nitrous bottle (non-op) with Go-Baby-Go shifter and dash switch. Electric Exhaust dumps to switch to open headers in seconds, 4-wheel Wil-Wood power disc brakes with front brake line-locks for the occasional Burn-Out! Completely new suspension - front to back. Power rack and pinion steering. Front adjustable coil-overs. Watt link 9 inch rear differential with QA1 shocks and coilovers. Custom Eleanor style wheels with Z rated tires. Flawless underside and chassis, meticulous detailed and painted engine compartment, ice-cold air conditioning, sequential tail lights, power steering with tilt column, LED lighting in engine compartment, interior and ground effects. New stereo with Bluetooth.

This comes complete with a 30 inch x 40 inch professional assembled Gone in 60 Seconds framed presentation of the official movie poster along with authentic officially signed photos of the lead cast members Nicolas Cage

and Angelina Jolie. Showing 828 miles

Lot 173 | 2013 FERRARI 458 SPIDER The 2013 Ferrari 458 Spider is a stunning convertible sports car that boasts an attention-grabbing red exterior finish with a tan interior. It has only 4,900 miles on the odometer. This high-performance vehicle is powered by a naturally aspirated 4.5-liter V8 engine that produces an impressive 570 horsepower and 398 lbs-ft of torque, paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 199 mph. The interior is beautifully appointed with luxurious leather upholstery, high-quality materials, and advanced technology features. This Ferrari 458 Spider is a true sports car icon that will turn heads and provide an exhilarating driving experience.

Lot 174 | 2018 MERCEDES SPRINTER 2500


Lot 176 | 2020 RAM 2500 LARAMIE




Lot 180 | 2014 PORSCHE CAYMAN



Lot 183 | 2017 LAND ROVER Autobiography

Lot 184 | 2002 MUSTANG ROUSH STAGE 2 True factory Jack Roush edition Mustang serial no. 2135. Only 17,210 original miles. Satin silver coat paint with Roush graphics and medium graphite leather interior with red Roush leather seat inserts. 4.6 L V8 260 HP 302 LBS-FT torque engine with 5 speed manual transmission and traction control. Stage 2 package includes high performance Roush side exit exhaust with hand crafted tips, full Roush body kit with front fascia, rear valences, side skirts, rear wing, Roush window banner, and emblems. Car also has the Roush performance suspension system which includes front and rear Roush valved Bilstein shocks, front and rear springs, rear lower control arm, 18 inch chrome Roush wheels with brand new BF Goodrich tires, and Roush high performance brake system.

Lot 185 | 2004 NISSAN 350Z TOURING – 700+HP Twin Turbocharged

Lot 186 | 1987 BMW 635CSI TRACK CAR


Lot 188 | 2003 MERCEDES G500

Lot 189 | 1967 FORD GALAXIE | Offered without Reserve

Lot 190 | 1986 BMW 528E


Lot 192 | 2002 LEXUS LX

Lot 193 | 1983 MERCEDES SL380

Lot 195 | 2003 FREIGHTLINER FL7


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May 18, 2024 Buyer’s Terms

DEFINITIONS: BID CALLER: LICENSED AUCTIONEER WHO IS ACTIVELY CALLING THE AUCTION ON ANY GIVEN LOT. BUYER: SUCCESSFUL BIDDER AT AUCTION BIDDER: A PERSON OR ENTITY BIDDING ON ANY LOT AT ANY AUCTION HOSTED BY AUCTIONEER OWNER/CONSIGNOR: PERSON/ENTITY THAT CONSIGNS A LOT FOR AUCTION. AUCTIONEER: J.A.H. ENTERPRISES, INC. AND HENDERSON MOTOR SERIES, LLC COLLECTIVELY DBA HENDERSON AUCTIONS AND ITS AFFILIATES, SUCCESSORS, EMPLOYEES, ASSIGNS, SHAREHOLDERS, DIRECTORS, AND OFFICERS. LOT: ANY ITEM OFFERED FOR SALE BY AUCTIONEER CLOSING: THE COMPLETION OF TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP TITLE OF AUCTION ITEM FROM OWNER TO BUYER. 1. BIDDER agrees that his participation in this auction means that he has read and understood and will abide by the BIDDER’s terms, whether or not he has signed this agreement. 2. The BIDDER will be issued a BIDDER number for the purpose of auction participation. Invoicing and titling will match the information completed on the BIDDER’s registration. If the BIDDER’s number is lost, stolen, or misplaced, he remains liable for any bid, purchase, or action of anyone using his BIDDER number. 3. BIDDER consents to AUCTIONEER verifying BIDDER’s ability to pay, including credit check, bank reference, or by any other means. 4. This agreement shall be legally binding whether executed by electronic signature or initials or as a handwritten execution. 5. It is the responsibility of the BIDDER to thoroughly investigate and become familiar with the auction process, the suitability and condition of the assets in the auction “including age, mileage, hours, mechanical condition, legal use in any given jurisdiction, etc.” AUCTIONEER is not responsible for the accuracy of a LOT’s description whether given verbally or in writing in any medium. AUCTIONEER shall not be held responsible for advertising discrepancies or inaccuracies. 6. All LOTs are sold as is, where is, without warranty or guarantee, either expressed or implied, as to any LOTs usefulness, condition, genuineness, value, quality, merchantability, and/or fitness for use for any purpose. AUCTIONEER has not inspected or tested or verified the LOT and has no knowledge of the LOT’s history or condition. The BIDDER has the opportunity, the right, and the sole responsibility to inspect and verify any LOT prior to placing a bid. It is the responsibility of the BIDDER to research any restrictions on LOTs purchased and to obtain any necessary import/export licenses, titles, or any other required documents for shipping. Winning BIDDERs agree to accept and pay for in full any LOTs awarded by AUCTIONEER regardless of thoughts, condition, defects, or imperfections. Any claims regarding mileage or hours are offered as opinions by the consignor and shall not be deemed as accurate unless investigated and determined to be accurate by BIDDER. 7. BIDDER agrees to make no claim against AUCTIONEER for an improper, inadequate, or inaccurate LOT description. 8. All claims or disputes or legal actions by any party to this agreement must be filed in the Circuit Court of Livingston Parish, Louisiana, and all legal matters con templated in this agreement will be governed by the laws of the State of Louisiana and that jurisdiction. 9. The BIDDER has had the opportunity to consult legal counsel and irrevocably waives any right to a trial by jury in any proceeding relating to a dispute about this agreement or the Auction. 10. The OWNER/CONSIGNOR may place a reserve on any of his/her LOTs, which is the minimum hammer price the owner is prepared to accept. That reserve amount is kept confidential by the AUCTIONEER. 11. The AUCTIONEER has the right to execute bids on behalf of the OWNER/CONSIGNOR up to the amount of the reserve. 12. The BID CALLER has the sole discretion to determine the final high BIDDER, and can in his sole discretion open the bidding, close the bidding, exclude BIDDERs, recognize late BIDDERs, reopen closed bidding, and reopen bidding between tie BIDDERs. BIDDERs have the opportunity, where available, to bid in person, absentee, by proxy, by telephone, or through online bidding platform(s). Any notice of successful bidding or being outbid via online platform(s) or by any party other than the BID CALLER and Management for the AUCTIONEER does not constitute official notice. Official notice of award and whether or not a sale has taken place will only be given in the form of an invoice from the AUCTIONEER. AUCTIONEER has the right and sole discretion to amend or correct any invoice that is sent to a BIDDER. 13. AUCTIONEER’s internet bidding and telephone bidding features are offered where available and when available. AUCTIONEER does not guarantee that these features or services will operate correctly or without interruption. AUCTIONEER is not responsible for delays, inaccuracies, errors, omissions, or mistakes by the BIDDER’s use of these services or by the AUCTIONEER’s performance of these services. BIDDER agrees that AUCTIONEER is not liable for BIDDER’s inability to access these services nor liable for any loss or damage incurred by BIDDER by using these services. Where telephone bidding is available, BIDDER consents to allowing AUCTIONEER to record the call. 14. AUCTIONEER is not liable for damaged, stolen, or lost LOTs and BIDDER waives his right to claim damages against AUCTIONEER for any associated loss. 15. AUCTIONEER is not liable for matching number errors. 16. LOTs that fail to meet the reserve price will be offered for sale by the AUCTIONEER after the LOT is removed from the auction block. Any LOTs sold by AUCTIONEER are subject to the same terms as LOTs sold on the auction block. 17. Once a LOT is called sold by the BID CALLER, the high BIDDER accepts responsibility to pay for said LOT and assumes all responsibility and liability for the LOT as though the sale was complete. 18. BUYER agrees to pay for the LOT including BUYER’s premium, taxes, and fees immediately following the auction. 19. Unless arrangements acceptable to the Management for the AUCTIONEER have been made prior to the auction, BUYER agrees to allow the AUCTIONEER to charge to BUYER’s credit card on file a sum equal to 5% of the amount of the BUYER’s successful bid(s) immediately upon close of the auction. The remaining balance must be paid in accordance with the other terms and conditions of this agreement. If the BUYER fails to make timely payment of any outstanding balance, BUYER authorizes AUCTIONEER to charge up to any remaining balance, plus interest, late charges, credit card fees, and attorney fees incurred by AUCTIONEER for the collection of the unpaid balance to the BUYER’s credit card on file. If the BIDDER would like to make other payment arrangements prior to the auction and thus avoid charges to the credit card on file, AUCTIONEER will accept a Bank Letter of Guarantee or Cash on Deposit with the AUCTIONEER. BIDDER may contact our offices at least one week prior to the auction to make such arrangements. 20. AUCTIONEER will make every effort to deliver titles within 30 days of Auction. AUCTIONEER accepts no responsibility for delays outside its control. AUCTIONEER is not responsible for damages incurred by BUYER as a result of any title processing delay. Any unpaid balance owed by BUYER, not paid within three banking days from Auction Day, is subject to interest charges at a rate of the greater of 2% per month or the maximum rate allowed by law, prorated daily beginning from the calendar day following the auction. 21. AUCTIONEER has a right to the following remedies in the event BIDDER defaults, including nonpayment or any breach of this agreement: A. Purchase the LOT at the BIDDER’s bid amount. B. Resell the LOT at Absolute Auction or by private sale without notice to BIDDER and hold BIDDER liable for any deficiency in the resale price. E. Take legal action against BIDDER to seek specific performance or take any other legal action to protect the interest of the AUCTIONEER and CONSIGNOR. F. BIDDER agrees to be liable for any costs and expenses caused by the BIDDER’s default including but not limited to attorney’s fees, court costs, commissions, entry fees, Buyer’s Premiums, freight, storage, or any other expenses. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties and to their respective heirs, successors, and assigns. If you are the winning bidder, you give Henderson Auctions permission to charge your account 5% of the amount of your successful bid(s) immediately upon close of the auction, unless other arrangements have been made with the management of auctioneer prior to the auction. Additionally, you give Henderson Auctions permission to charge your card in the amount of up to any unpaid balance you fail to make by the payment deadline Auction. This is a private auction held by Henderson Auctions conducted at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. C. Cancel the sale and retain BIDDERs deposit and/or payment as liquidated damages. D. Charge BIDDER’s credit card for any amounts due to AUCTIONEER and/or CONSIGNOR.

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Saturday, May 18, 2024 | 10am Birmingham, Alabama Collector Motor Series Auction

Achieving excellence in any worthwhile endeavor requires commitment. We at Henderson Auctions committed to bring high quality collector motoring auctions to Birmingham, Alabama for the benefit of car and motorcycle enthusiasts from around the world. We chose the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum as our venue. More importantly, Mr. Barber and his team chose to host us. They made the commitment to host our biannual auctions and work with us year round to build upon our mutual success. Mr. Barber knows about excellence and he knows about the commitment that excellence requires.

We are grateful for the opportunity. We are grateful for the commitment. Above all, we are grateful for the friendship.

Collector Motor Series Auction Saturday May 18, 2024 10am Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Birmingham, AL Buyer’s Catalog

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