Empty the Barn! Queen Creek, AZ Estate Sale

Estate sales accomplish a sometimes daunting task:  letting go of a loved one’s lifetime accumulation of vehicles, tools, and unfinished projects. At the same time they tell a story about the late owner, and present an opportunity for his or her legacy to take flight in the hands of optimistic new caretakers. This large estate sale offers many possibilities for automotive enthusiasts within striking distance of Queen Creek, Arizona. This 1968 Camaro RS is described as a television-auction-quality restomod with 350 V8, newer 700R4 overdrive automatic, and more. View full details at EstateSales.NET.

Arizona’s dry climate typically preserves metal for decades with minimal rust. The new owner may give this 1937 Buick 90L a second life or use its parts to benefit another one. This generation of Buick makes an elegant ride in any body style, with the elongated nose seemingly half the car’s length. Beautiful!

Aluminum-bodied Land Rovers often fare well in outdoor storage unless their steel structure, mired in muck, dissolves beneath the tidy-looking sheet metal. This 1974 Land Rover may well end up exploring Moab, Utah or other interesting off-road playgrounds.

This 1967 Dodge Charger looks solid, and presumably engine-free, opening the possibility of a modern Hemi drivetrain.

This 1991 Chevrolet Suburban looks like it’s ready to go, on road or off! Other vehicles include a 1954 Chevrolet truck, 2000 Cadillac DTS, 1974 Volkswagen Super Beetle, 1983 Chevy El Camino, a K-Car-based Dodge 600 convertible, a Pace Arrow RV, and a host of tools and other interesting items. What’s catching your eye?

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Comments

  1. Curtis

    Autction was yeaterday according to website :(

  2. Andrew not amember

    Camaro sold for 33k plus fees, charger only 2200, the suburban el camino buick rv ,cadillac where not at sale . The Auctioneer apologized . Can’t recall what the rover sold for . Some of the pieces and parts were gone as well . Damit

  3. Loco Mikado

    Hate the stupid looking big wheel with tiny tires on the Camaro.

  4. Dolphin Dolphin Member

    Agree with Loco. I get restomods, especially musclecar restomods, but that tire/wheel setup looks……well we used to have a word for it when I was a young car guy: the pussyfoot look.

  5. Miguel

    The Charger looks like a 1966 in the picture here. The 1967 had the fender mounted turn signals, if I remember correctly.

    • glen

      According to Hemmings, you’re correct.

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