1960s/70s Mopar muscle cars from the collection of Jay Soneff will be auctioned June 10th in Denver

The auction will be held online and on-site at a Soneff-owned warehouse, at 3825 Grape Street in Denver, starting at 10 am Mountain time by VanDerBrink Auctions, based in Minnesota. Online bidding will be provided by Proxibid.com
By: VanDerBrink Auctions
1970 Plymouth Super Bird 440 Six Pac survivor car.
1970 Plymouth Super Bird 440 Six Pac survivor car.
DENVER - May 20, 2023 - PRLog -- More than 80 American classic automobiles from the collection of Jay Soneff – a dedicated car collector and owner of Soneff Master Garage in Denver – will be sold without reserves on Saturday, June 10th, online and live at the Soneff-owned warehouse located at 3825 Grape Street in Denver, starting at 10 am Mountain time. Online bidding is via Proxibid.com.

Most of the cars will be Mopar (Dodge and Plymouth) muscle cars from the 1960s and '70s. These will include originals, restored cars and project cars. The auction will be conducted by VanDerBrink Auctions, LLC, based in Minnesota. "There is something for everyone, from a survivor 1970 Super Bird to multiple Mopar project cars," said auctioneer Yvette VanDerBrink.

VanDerBrink added, "This very special auction features many rare and hard-to-find Mopars and Mopar project cars, including multiple Coronet R/Ts, Road Runners, Super Bees, Chargers and many more. The collection has everything from survivors to project cars – a car lover's dream."

While the vast majority of cars will be Mopar, the auction will also feature AMX, Ford, Chevy, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Hudson, AMC and Jeep. "Jay was raised in a family that appreciated the automobile," VanDerBrink said. "His Dad was into cars and Jay was raised around Hudsons and appreciated their style and performance, but it was the Mopar muscle that grabbed his attention."

In addition to the 1970 Super Bird survivor car (meaning one that's never been re-painted) with less than 57,000 miles, other Plymouths will include two beautifully restored 1969 Road Runners (one convertible, one hard-top); five other 1969 Road Runners; a 1971 and 1972 Road Runner; a 1970 and 1972 Satellite; a rare 1963 Sport Fury convertible; and a 1959 Fury two-door hardtop.

Then there are the Barracudas, arguably the most desirable of all the muscle cars from the era. Offered for bid are a 1967 Barracuda convertible; a 1968 Barracuda Type S coupe; three other 1968 Barracudas; a 1969 Barracuda S convertible; a 1969 Barracuda Type S coupe; three 1968 Barracudas; a 1970 Barracuda; a 1972 'Cuda; GTS's, GTX's, and two 1971 Plymouth Dusters.

An open-house preview will be held the day before the auction, June 9th, from 10-6 Mountain time, at the Soneff-owned warehouse in Denver. For more info about the sale of the Soneff Master Garage collection of more than 80 mostly Mopar muscle cars from the 60s and 70s, visit www.VanderBrinkAuctions.com.

Yvette VanDerBrink
Source:VanDerBrink Auctions
Location:Denver - Colorado - United States
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