You Have Less Than 6 Hours to Buy an Awesome Car From the Feds

UPDATE: All sold. See the final prices below.

Today, on GSA Auction Watch, we have a bumper crop of classic cars for auction by the government. The auctions all end in the next 5-6 hours, so get your final bids in!

1. 1985 Porsche 930 Turbo

Sold for: $55,075

It’s got some surface rust, likely from sitting in an impound lot with no one to polish it with a diaper. Loos like it’s got a few performance parts under that whale tail, too.


2. 1983 Porsche 911 SC

Sold For: $17,075

Not nearly as collectible as the 930, but it’s still a solid, air-cooled Porsche with 149,690 miles on it. It will need some love, though: it looks like someone used a crow bar to remove the stereo.

3. 1969 Chevrolet Corvette

Sold For: $52,025

I’m desperate to know how this one ended up in the hands of the feds. It’s got a four speed and a 427 and, judging by the current bid price, it’s been noticed by Corvette enthusiasts.


4. 1980 Chevrolet Corvette

Sold For: $9,025

Much like the pair of 911s, you have to option for the less costly, but still fun version with this 1980 model. This one unfortunately comes with an automatic, but it’s also an `80 `Vette, so compromises abound.


5. 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

Sold For: $20,001

Alright, alright alright. It’s time to indulge my your high school car dreams. This 1971 Chevelle likely isn’t a real SS model, but you don’t care.


Happy bidding!

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