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Lucky Auction’s Spring Classic 2019!

It’s finally that time of year when classic car auctions are starting to take place across the country and one of our personal favorites is coming up quick! Lucky Auctions is preparing for it’s annual Spring Classic, which is happening June 1st and 2nd in Tacoma, Washington, so if you plan on attending now is the time to make plans. It looks like there are going to be some great finds present this year, including lots of classics being offered without reserves. You can find more information on the auction and the lot list here on LuckyOldCars. Let’s take a look at a few of the finds we are excited about!

Besides the cool Packard 633 Coupe project seen up above, I’m very intrigued by this 1940 LaSalle Meteor Hearse. It has to be one of the more interesting vehicles being offered at this auction. The Meteor Hearse body is out of this world and is guaranteed to be a conversation starter everywhere it goes!

On the sportier end of the spectrum, there are a few standouts, such as this MG Midget. It’s being offered without a reserve and looks to be a nice little roadster. If you want a British Sports car, but something with a roof and with better performance, there are two Lotus Espirit Turbos up for grabs, one in black and the other in red.

If you want something sporty, but that is American built, there are plenty of options that fit that bill. This Boss 302 has been fully restored and looks beautiful! It will likely go for big money, so I’d be taking a closer look at this Ford Galaxie instead. There isn’t any information on it, but it looks to be in amazing shape and is packing a V8!

There really are a ton of great finds set to cross the block at this year’s Spring Classic! So, if you are looking for a classic car (like this Airflyte Convertible) or simply want to go have a look at some sweet cars, be sure to take a closer look. So, who here will be in Tacoma this coming weekend and will be attending this auction?


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