The Roy Langlitz hoard of big block Chevrolet cars and parts will be auctioned Sept. 16-17 in Idaho

The auction will be held online and on-site, at Mr. Langlitz's property in Rathdrum, Idaho, by VanDerBrink Auctions, based in Minnesota. Between 125 and 150 complete cars will be sold on Day 1; parts will be sold on Day 2 (live only).
By: VanDerBrink Auctions
There are a few non-Chevys, such as a Pontiac GTO.
There are a few non-Chevys, such as a Pontiac GTO.
RATHDRUM, Idaho - July 18, 2023 - PRLog -- An incredible hoard of big block Chevrolet cars and parts – mostly muscle car-era Chevelles, Camaros, Corvettes and El Caminos from the collection of Roy Langlitz (aka "Rob Carter") – will come up for bid Saturday and Sunday, September 16th and 17th, on-site, at Mr. Langlitz's sprawling property in Rathdrum, just outside of Spokane, Wash.

"Anyone who knows me knows I love Chevelles, and this auction's got plenty of them," said Yvette VanDerBrink, whose Minnesota-based firm VanDerBrink Auctions is conducting the two-day event. "Between 125 and 150 Chevrolets will cross the auction block on Day 1, a great blend of project cars, almost finished project cars, restored cars and pickups, none of which run."

Ms. VanDerBrink said some of the Corvettes in the sale are judged and rated ("absolutely exceptional examples"), adding, "With regard to parts, everything you'd need or want to build a Chevelle or Camaro or El Camino is here. As for engines, we've got Ls5s, Ls6s, 396s, 409s, 454s, 348s and more – mostly 396s, 454s and 409s. In all, there are about 125 big block motors."

The inventory of complete cars includes 1970 Camaros, 1970 Chevelles (one of them a 454 c.i. convertible that was featured in Car Craft magazine), a 427 c.i. Corvette Sting Ray survivor car (never been repainted), and even a few non-Chevys, such as the Pontiac GTO and the 1970 Ford Mach I 428 c.i. Cobra Jet (not a Shelby). The Mach I is the only car in the auction that does run.

Online bidding on Day 1 will be through

The cars and some parts will be sold live and online on Day 1, Friday, September 16th, but the thousands of big block parts that come up for bid on September 17th will have no online bidding. "You must be there in person to bid on those parts, no exceptions," VanDerBrink said. "Some parts go with specific cars and they will be put with their cars come auction day. Most everything is identified. Pretty much all the parts are for big block Chevys, except for a few Pontiac parts."

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Location:Rathdrum - Idaho - United States
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