• Mar 20, 2008
We've covered the scandal involving Unique Performance from the very beginning, and it now looks as if this sordid tale finally might get a bookend. If the idea of scraping off 13 gallons of bondo doesn't scare you, maybe you'd be interested in bidding on one (or more) of the 44 leftover Mustang body shells that are available for viewing here. Mustang not your thing? Prefer the Camaro? How 'bout the Chevelle? Even if you're not interested in any of its cars, Unique Performance owned plenty of other stuff, too. Take a look at these automotive lifts, for instance. There is some good stuff here, and you'll be helping to pay off the company's assorted debts in the process.

If you find yourself interested in anything on the Unique Performance fire sale auction list, you can inspect the works on Tuesday, March 25 from 9AM to 4PM. Lets hope that these classics end up in better hands than they were in at this company. Thanks for the tip, Cam!

[Source: Rosen Systems / 67 Mustang Blog]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      I bet the bodies itself will be actioned at 50K+.
      • 6 Years Ago
      But what about the people that already gave Unique money? I mean it seems like even if they aren't done they still paid for cars. I'd rather have a half done car or just a body than nothing. I think the people out money should get these vehicles. Just my opinion.
        • 6 Years Ago
        im no lawyer, but i think proceeds of the auction might go to the people that have money owning to them from unique.
        but chances are it will go to organizations with the best legal reps 1st and trickle down from there.
      • 6 Years Ago
      looks like some quality stuff - the shells could end up being a good buy if the deal is right.

      If I would have known about this sooner I might have put off my recent purchase of a rolling 67 RS convertible camero I just made and see how I could have done with this auction.
      Oh well it was a barn find and they are rare now a days.
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