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1954 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight convertible was familiar to pages of Old Cars, Hemmings Kenny Buttolph, the former Old Cars Weekly research editor who recently passed away, owned hundreds of collector cars in his lifetime — maybe more. Retired OCW Publisher John Gunnell likes to tell people that Kenny once began writing down... A most unusual and distinctive automobile,” said Auburn of its 1933 12-165 Salon Speedster. “Powered with 12-cylinder 160-horsepower Lycoming engine, similar to the world famous engine which broke all speed records at Muroc Dry Lake from one to 500 miles recently. This distinctive car is built on a 133-inch wheelbase…Note the distinctive treatment of this car throughout… Chrome plays an important part in the eye appeal of the car, being lavishly used throughout. Bodies are custom type, retaining the Auburn identity, yet individual in design. Speed in excess of any stock car. Ken loved Mustangs and amassed a few of them over the years. When his son Jeff, was about 17, they went looking for a Shelby. Ken knew of one that was in a nearby garage. After a visit to the garage they ended up buying the Shelby. Jeff had to purchase the car under a title contract with his father Ken. Ken believed that there was no easy way to reward without hard work. Unfortunately, Jeff lost his job and couldn’t pay his dad, so Ken took ownership of the Shelby. This is the same 1966 Shelby GT350 that is now up for sale. The rare car will be offered  at no-reserve and with all documentation. The car has been in the family since the early 1970’s. After some researching of the registry it appears there have been no entries since the car was sold new in Chicago. The car is original, except for the backseat, which Jeff installed after he bought the car, and minor superficial things associated with a kid owning a Mustang.

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