Saturday, before the action waned in Scottsdale, the well-known Teutul family of Orange County Choppers fame parted with a total of six vehicles. Our man Frank was there and sent in this report.
First up was a rare 1968 Charger hardtop with a 426 Hemi, automatic transmission and power windows. The car has never been restored and had only one repaint. It's rare, with only 74 ever made, but even rarer is the custom OCC bike built to match with identical paint to the car, but with far fewer horses, only (only?) 125 hp from a 124cid V-Twin. But those are covered elsewhere on Autoblog.
Later up for bid was a 1960 Corvette FI Convertible. The subject of this post, it's a numbers matching, original drivetrain, restored over three years with only NOS parts example. A gorgeous Vette sold with an equally gorgeous OCC Old School two-wheeler. Its custom paint matches the Vette, of course, and so do its classic lines. The pair went to one lucky bidder for a quite reasonable $160,000.
[Source: Frank Filipponio via Barrett-Jackson]