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I went to barrett jackson yesterday. Here are some pics of the Broncos that I saw. There were no full size Broncos, all classic. I know there's a lot.

LOT# 1684 - $42,900


LOT# 588 - $20,900



LOT# 668 - $27,500



LOT# 386 - $26,400

LOT# 393 - $28,600


LOT# 723 - $44,000


LOT# 676.1- $44,000



LOT# 553 - $44,000






Also saw a cool Evil Knievel F-150



LOT# 370 - $33,000


LOT# 366 - $25,300




LOT# 950 - $36,300







One of the coolest things was this right here. This was a prop in the first iron man movie. It got smashed in the movie and it was bought by Gas Monkey Garage for $25k I think.

 

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One of the coolest things was this right here. This was a prop in the first iron man movie. It got smashed in the movie and it was bought by Gas Monkey Garage for $25k I think.

That hurts me to look at.
 

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Great pictures thanks for sharing.
The old Cobra is just sad,they should have used a vet or some other piece off shit
 

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It was a replica, with no engine, suspension or drivetrain. Just think of it as a movie prop, 'cause it's not really a car.

I haven't seen any of the Broncos go across the block, but the cars are bringing stupid money this year...
 

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Someday I hope to go to one of those auctions. I have it all on DVR. The sad thing about these bigger auctions is the lack of Ford Broncos and F150's. They did advertise on the second episode that there will be a 77 F150 4x4, super low mileage one owner dk jade green that will be sold. I hope they show it! I just wish that there was more than a couple of Mustangs or even a few more olds cutlass/ 442's. It's like 90% gm stuff, 8% import, and 2% Ford.
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It was a replica, with no engine, suspension or drivetrain. Just think of it as a movie prop, 'cause it's not really a car.

I haven't seen any of the Broncos go across the block, but the cars are bringing stupid money this year...
I was told by one of the guys that works there that it was an original all metal body. I don't have a whole lot of knowledge about them so I can't say if it was or not.
 

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It's a Cobra replica (one of the higher end ones) with an all aluminum body, but had no motor, and they just rigged something to the frame to bolt the wheels on. Why put all that stuff in if you're just going to crush it on camera? ;)
 

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really.... your questioning why people in CA do the things they do? I totally agree with you that if I was making a movie and had to smash a cobra I would use the cheapest replica that I could. All I'm saying is that the guy said it was an original body. Your right there was definitely no engine or anything in it. And that's why Gas Monkey paid $25k for it. Which makes sense to me because I can't see those guys spending money on a movie prop. They flip cars. Just saying.
 

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any idea what that white EB sold for?
 

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Thus far, on Velocity, I haven't seen any of the EBs sell yet.
I'm up to the Saturday episode with a lot of Pratte's high dollar stuff gone.
 

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Ive been monitoring the Meucm Auto auction here in Kissimmee. The Early Broncos are just not selling this year. Most have stalled in the 20-25k range and go to the bid goes on. Not a good sign for EB owners looking to make any money on them.

Wednesday is the day for anyone wanting a nice Full size bronco. These usually go cheap here, so someone will get a good deal on a couple of really nice examples.
Lot W81 - 1984 FSB XLT with only 54,000 original miles.



and if you want something a little newer, and a little bigger...

Lot # W121 - 1992 Ford Centurion Conversin with 460

 

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Of the early Broncos sold and posted: (the ones with the "x" are pictured above - where I could see lot #)

-207 - $21,450
x366 - 25,300
-370 - 33,000
x386 - 26,400
-393 - 28,600
-401 - 29,700
-553 - 44,000
x588 - 20,900
x668 - 27,500
x676.1- 44,000
x723 - 44,000 (exoskel)
-950 - 36,300
-1684 - 42,900
 

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Ive been monitoring the Meucm Auto auction here in Kissimmee. The Early Broncos are just not selling this year. Most have stalled in the 20-25k range and go to the bid goes on. Not a good sign for EB owners looking to make any money on them.
Good, but bad, to know. I was considering selling mine this year.
Really like the Centurion.
Thanks for the pics.
 

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im going to try to be there when those two cross the block. I bet the 84 goes around 5-6k. who knows on the centurion, just depends on whos in the room. could go for 5k or 15k.
 

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Of the early Broncos sold and posted: (the ones with the "x" are pictured above - where I could see lot #)

-207 - $21,450
x366 - 25,300
-370 - 33,000
x386 - 26,400
-393 - 28,600
-401 - 29,700
-553 - 44,000
x588 - 20,900
x668 - 27,500
x676.1- 44,000
x723 - 44,000 (exoskel)
-950 - 36,300
-1684 - 42,900
Cool thanks!:thumbup I took your post and added the prices to the original post, makes it a lot easier to see what they sold for. Looks like I only missed 2. I knew that I missed one because I saw it on the block and didn't get any pictures of it:banghead. I wonder if the other one is the EB centurion?:shrug

The two I don't have pics of are:
-207 - $21,450
-401 - 29,700
 
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