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Two cars from the Jim Street Estate Collection that were under close watch by the Hot Rod and custom-car community shined in the spotlight once again. The famed T-Bucket that started the craze, Kookie’s Kar, which brought $484,000, and Street’s legendary ‘50s custom, The Golden Sahara II, which sold for $385,000, were among the most anticipated cars in the auction lineup after spending more than half a century in hiding. When I do get the car out, I always worry about it more than I enjoy it, you know? I’m always looking at the weather, or thinking, ‘How far do I have to go? - Carplay (Siri Eyes Free is close but still) and Android Auto

   

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