Amie Williams
Associate Online Editor
January 21, 2014
Photos By: Auctions America

Shelby Cobra enthusiasts possibly searching for that next car may be interested in this rare gem – a 1963 Shelby Cobra 289. It will cross the auction on the weekend of May 14-16, 2014 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Some of the other Ford vehicles hitting the stage alongside the Cobra include a 1930 Model A Pickup (restored stock), 1970 Boss 302 Mustang, 1968 Shelby GT530 convertible, and a 1965 Shelby GT350.

Auctions America had a very successful auction last year with $17.5 million in sales selling 74% of all lots sold. Ft. Lauderdale seems to be an extravagant event with more than 450 cars spanning a wide variety of collector tastes.

“Over the years the South Florida area has developed its own car culture—it’s one of the hottest exotic markets in the world,” said Donnie Gold, President of Auctions America. “Whether you are an exotic car lover looking for something extra rare or an American car fanatic looking for a classic you can’t find elsewhere – the Fort Lauderdale auction has something for everyone.”

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The three-day event will be open to the public with a rate of $10 a day and $25 for the weekend allowing children under the age of 12 free admission.

If interested in the event but can’t be there physically, options include internet, absentee and telephone bidding as well as a live stream on www.auctionsamerica.com for real-time coverage of the event.

For further information regarding the event, you can speak with an Auctions America car specialist, or view the list of entries updated frequently, please visit www.auctionamerica.com or call toll free 877/906-2437 (+1 260/927-9797 outside of North America).