MyMotors.ca Takes Home Three From Barrett Jackson

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MyMotors.ca Takes Home Three From Barrett Jackson Auction,

Arriving very soon from the Barrett Jackson auction in Palm Beach will be 3 special vehicles.

MyMotors sent down 6 Vehicles and three team members to the Palm Beach Florida Car auction.

PALM BEACH, Fla. – April 14, 2019Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions, was once again the hub of the collector car hobby during the 17th Annual Palm Beach Auction, April 11-13, 2019. In total, 632 vehicles sold for over $30.18 million with a 98.9 percent sell-through-rate, while 258 pieces of automobilia brought in nearly $500,000, and $550,000 was raised through the sale of three charity vehicles, bringing the total auction sales to more than $31.2 million. This marks the company’s largest 3-day Palm Beach Auction to date with a record number of collector vehicles, nearly 1,500 bidders and strong attendance. Results show that Resto-Mods continue to be in high demand while supercars command record hammer prices.

The first car to be delivered later this week will be a 1977 Pontiac Can Am> one of only 1377 made!

The Can Am package was on Le Mans cars painted Cameo White which were then accessorised in orange, red, and yellow graphics, as well as blacked-out lower panels and window trim. The standard road wheel was a color-matched Rally II with chrome trim rings. Many options were available, including the aluminum "snowflake" wheels offered on the Trans Am, and a steel or glass sunroof. Interior trim color options were the same as the base Le Mans, and included red, black, white, and tan.

Considered a midsized muscle car built by Pontiac and based on the Pontiac LeMans and the Pontiac Grand Am. The Can Am was a special edition option package and was only available in 1977. It was named for the Can Am racing series, continuing the race theme used for the Pontiac Grand Prix, LeMans and Trans Am.

The Can Am package was on Le Mans cars painted Cameo White which were then accessorised in orange, red, and yellow graphics, as well as blacked-out lower panels and window trim. The standard road wheel was a color-matched Rally II with chrome trim rings. Many options were available, including the aluminum "snowflake" wheels offered on the Trans Am, and a steel or glass sunroof. Interior trim color options were the same as the base Le Mans, and included red, black, white, and tan.

When the Can Am was first introduced to the dealers, Pontiac envisioned producing 2,500 units; the response from the buying public was much more than expected and over 5,000 orders were submitted. Unfortunately, the mold used to produce the fiberglass rear spoiler broke, and production at Motortown ended.