If you’ve ever wanted to own a vehicle driven by Captain Kirk, now’s your chance.
William Shatner will be in West Palm Beach to auction off two of his cars at the Barrett-Jackson auto auction (480-421-6694), taking place April 8-10 at the South Florida Fairgrounds. This year’s annual event brings a hearty dose of horsepower with 200 vehicles as well as fine art, jewelry, gourmet cuisine, and live performances. The festivities kick off April 7 with an opening-night gala reception at the auction arena.
Looking to drive off in a showstopper? We’ve rounded up five head-turning whips on the docket at this year’s auction.
1964 Cushman Super Eagle Scooter | Lot #2
This red-hot 1964 Cushman Super Eagle Scooter only has 65 miles since its restoration. Its frame-off restoration features full chrome and an electric start with a chrome battery cover.
1934 Ford 3-Window Custom Coupe | Lot 154
A dark metallic blue 1934 Ford 3-Window Custom Coupe modeled after one of the most iconic cars of all time, emblazoned with fiery orange and yellow flames tastefully adorning the sides—need we say more?
1954 Chevrolet Custom Delivery | Lot 194
Nothing says Palm Beach like a beachy mint green, and this 1954 Chevrolet Custom Delivery Sedan displays the gorgeous hue from its shiny exterior to its custom leather bucket seats with forest green inserts!
1960 Cadillac Fleetwood Custom Limousine | Lot 388
This 1960 Cadillac Fleetwood Custom Limousine—also known as the “Thundertaker”—took four years and 10,000 man-hours to build, so it’s no wonder that it has been featured by the likes of SEMA, Hot Rod Magazine and The Discovery Channel.
2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition | Lot 401
This 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition is one of only 343 Heritage Editions produced to commemorate the original Gulf Oil-sponsored GT40 that won the 24 Hours of LeMans in 1968 and 1969. With less than 5 actual miles and in its factory original delivery state, it is an extremely rare find.