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Racheal picks her favorites from AutoHunter docket

She kicks off her list with a bright red ’66 Barracuda offered at no reserve


It’s my turn to pick my favorite cars up for auction on AutoHunter, the online collector car auction site driven by ClassicCars.com.

If any of my picks catch your eye, make sure to visit its AutoHunter listing to learn more, peruse its photo gallery and place your bid.

No Reserve 1966 Plymouth Barracuda 360 4-Speed

AutoHunter has a 1966 Barracuda finished in red with black Rallye stripes up for auction this week. This two-door hardtop fastback is powered by a 360cid V8 paired with the factory A833 4-speed manual gearbox.

The seller notes the Holley “double-pumper” 650cfm carburetor was rebuilt, and a new radiator, electronic ignition and coil were added.

Inside, the all-red interior features vinyl bucket seats up front and a bench seat in the rear with matching carpet, dash and headliner.

1964 Chevrolet Corvette 327/365 4-Speed Convertible

This mechanically restored C2 blue beauty comes from a 25-year long-term private collection and is powered by a rebuilt 327cid V8.

New tires, upgraded disc brakes, and a new radiator and heater core were added to the Corvette during the restoration.

Retractable headlights, quad round taillights and a retractable white cloth top are featured.

The seller notes the odometer shows just over 7,000 miles since the engine was rebuilt.

2004 Mercedes-Benz CLK 500 Convertible

A great summertime driver, this 2-owner Mercedes-Benz convertible shows only 48,000 miles and comes equipped with a power-operated black cloth top and a full leather interior.

Power comes from a 5.0-liter V8 original to the CLK 500 and factory-rated at 302 horsepower and mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission.

The body is finished in silver metallic and features a chrome grille with a Mercedes-Benz emblem and a flush-mounted hood ornament.

1988 Land Rover Defender 90 5-Speed

This dark gray metallic U.K. right-hand drive off-roader was imported to the states in 2018. It’s powered by the original 2.5-liter 200Tdi 4-cylinder turbo-diesel paired with a 5-speed manual transmission and dual-range transfer case.

The body features all its original badges, emblems and spare tire cover along with other equipment, including a bumper step and a ladder on the rear, tubular side steps, and all-black bumpers, grille-surround, mirrors and running boards.

Visit AutoHunter to submit your bids and see what other cars are on next week’s docket.

Racheal Colbert
Racheal Colbert
An experienced writer and editor, Racheal brings her enthusiasm for collector cars to her role as the Content Manager of the Collector Car Network. Former Content Writer and Marketing Manager in the tech and publishing industry, Racheal brings a fresh perspective to the Journal and the automotive world.


  1. Your idea of collectible cars leaves a lot to be desired from my perspective. Too many imports and God forbid a Mopar. The Corvette is acceptable but still not all that desirable.
    You’re a good writer, but you’re in the wrong market. You should be writing for an import magazine.
    God bless America


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