Great Classic Cars Are Selling At No Reserve At Freedom Auction’s Choctaw, Oklahoma Sale

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Start or expand your classic car collection with these amazing examples from another time.

If you’re not yet starting your classic car collection, you’re behind in the game, but there’s still time to dive in head first! Finding a great example of a different time is becoming more difficult, but there are still some gems in the market that you can snatch up before they’re all gone. At the upcoming Freedom Auction Choctaw, OK sale, there are several proper examples from different segments that you can add to your collection, the only question is, which would you choose?


1962 Oldsmobile Starfire Coupe

Offered at No Reserve, this 1962 Oldsmobile Starfire Coupe is powered by a 392 cubic inch V8 engine, which is backed by an automatic transmission. It also features power steering, power brakes, power windows, a power seat, and air conditioning. See it here.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Coupe

Also offered at No Reserve, this stunning first generation Chevy Camaro represents the car that started it all. The red with black stripe car features Houndstooth interior and Houndstooth trunk matting. It is powered by a 496 cubic inch engine with Holley 4bbl carb and deep sump oil pan. It gets stopping power from power brakes and has performance upgrades throughout. See it here.

1981 Chevy El Camino

Formerly owned by Olympic Gold Medalist Buster Crabbe, this El Camino was built by legendary top fuel racer Turk-Cox Braswell, and is powered by a Chevy ZZ4 V8 engine. It also has a 700-R transmission with limited slip differential. See it here.

To celebrate America's Freedom, Spanky's Freedom Car Auctions in association with Choctaw Casino & Resort will host a Collector and Special Interest Car Auction. Saturday, May 20th, 2023.

Consign your car for a chance to sell to Bidders from across the country!

Choctaw Casino & Resort is a 1 1/2 hour drive (95 miles) from Dallas/Ft Worth Airport (DFW) or Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL) and a 2 1/2 hour drive (150 miles) from Oklahoma City Will Rogers Airport (OKC).

Registration for Bidding is $100, while General Admission is $20 and only $15 for Military/Seniors, 12 & Under are Free.

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