VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
Bid on this and many other movie cars and museum props April 14 - 21 during our on-line, no reserve auction that will be held at volocars.com. We simply have more items than space to display them. Our loss is your gain!
Screen Used in "911" TV Series and the unreleased movie "Soggy Bottom" starring Bradley Cooper.
This is one of the nicest Ferrari Daytona replica's we have seen. We were recently contacted by one of the cars previous owner who shared the cars history. The car was factory built Carl Roberts Daytona and not a garage built kit. One unique feature to the Roberts cars is the location of the gas tank behind the seats allowing for full use of the trunk space. The car spent most of its life in Florida and was sold only a few years ago to a hobbyist in CA. After that it was sold to a picture car company who leased the car out to both the "911" TV series and the upcoming movie "Soggy Bottom" featuring Bradley Cooper. We purchased the car directly from the picture car company.
This Daytona was built on a 1980 Corvette chassis but upgraded with a late '80s TPI engine and a front mono-spring conversion for better performance and handling. It features a full Ferrari style interior including seats and dash. Has real knock off wire wheels. For "Soggy Bottom" the car was given a very slick, bright red paint job which has minimal flaws. Probably the nicest movie car paint job I have seen! Has a recent black canvas top. Car is loaded with all the typical Corvette options of the era.
This is being sold as-is in current condition. It is available for viewing and inspection prior to the end of auction by appointment seven days a week 10 - 5. Please do your due diligence prior to bidding.
Est. $35k - $40k
Used in 911 TV Series and Soggy Bottom Movie
Real KO Wheels
Ferrari Styled Interior and dash
Power 4 wheel disc brakes
Electric door poppers
Tach and Gauges
Wood Steering Wheel
Remote door poppers
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