A particular highlight in the upcoming 21st Annual Memorial Day Auction, presented by Leland Little, is a recently rebuilt 1971 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Clone. Chevrolet was founded with the partnership of Louis Chevrolet, an automotive engineer, and William C. Durant, the founder of General Motors. The available vehicle was built as a replica of a Yenko Nova. Painted in red and black, its interior includes vinyl seats.
Beyond automobiles, musical instruments are also available in the upcoming event. Among them is a 2006 Gibson Les Paul electric guitar. Instruments from Gibson Les Paul are often associated with popular figures in the music industry, such as Jimmy Page, Bernie Marsden, and Keith Richards. Made in Nashville, the guitar is designed with a bound maple top with a cherry-red sunburst finish. A French bronze mantel clock will also be available. The piece, dating back to the 19th century, is enameled with Roman numerals on the brass face. View more items and register to bid online on Invaluable
# of Lots:524
Price Range:$25 - $25,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|(102) Pieces of Wedgwood||
|1921 Gibson Style O Artist Guitar||
|2006 Gibson Les Paul Classic Electric Guitar||
|1971 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Clone||
|A French Renaissance Revival Bronze Mantel Clock||
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