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The Excitement and the Diversity of Offerings Surrounding Russo and Steele’s 15th Anniversary Auction Event Continues to Grow


Scottsdale, Arizona (December 23rd, 2014) – For Enthusiasts – By Enthusiasts. ™ This is far more than a tagline at Russo and Steele Collector Automobile Auctions. It’s a lifestyle, and we are gearing up to deliver that singular passion to the High Desert of sunny Scottsdale, Arizona for our annual flagship event during the world renowned collector car week. Additionally, Scottsdale marks the kick-off of the year-long celebration of our 15th anniversary. Held over five thrilling and action-packed days from Wednesday January 14th through Sunday January 18th, this “must attend” event promises to deliver our signature high-octane experience with a huge selection of today’s finest and most interesting collector automobiles, ranging from time-honoured European sports classics, to legendary and historically important competition cars, to the most sought after of American muscle machines, with virtually everything in between.

With this philosophy in mind, Russo and Steele constantly sets to push the bar for collectors worldwide each event by presenting the most diverse docket of offerings available anywhere in the industry. Sure to peak the interest of every kind of enthusiast, and guaranteed to inspire furious bidding are:


1966 Shelby Cobra Roadster CSX3135 – Documented in the Shelby American World Registry, CSX3135 is an original 427 “street” Cobra, sold new on December 20, 1965 by Broadway Motors in Kansas City to Nick Nero, who raced it in A/Production and qualified for the 1966 SCCA American Road Race of Champions (ARRC). Owned by the Consignor since the mid-1970s, CSX3135 benefits from a long-term restoration completed in 1989 and subsequent freshening in 2013. Finished in factory-specification Guardsman Blue, it is powered by a proper 427 “side oiler” engine.


1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL-1 COPO – One of just 69 produced and one of three COPO 9737 cars, this ZL-1 was raced from new and it is a former National drag racing record holder. Factory features include radio delete, M21 4-speed, Black Standard interior, X44 Trim Code, and Fathom Green paint. Offered from 15 years of single ownership, it is a certified original-body car retaining mostly original sheet metal. A multiple magazine-feature car, it comes with the original window sticker, documents, and as-found photographs, it is a great example of the baddest purpose-built Chevy racing car ever created.


1974 Porsche 911 2.7 RS – This very sought after limited production 1974 Euro Carrera 2.7 RS, was not originally available in the US.  It was first delivered on the 17th of May 1974, to the Prince of Bahrain, at the Porsche Factory in Stuttgart, Germany. This Carrera (# 947) was always lavishly stored and maintained, and comes complete with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, showing it to be all numbers matching with a certified mileage of only 58.837 or 94,140 kms. Also included are service records, owner’s manuals, tool kit and factory jack.


1937 Cord 812 Cabriolet – Commonly called a Sportsman, this Cord Cabriolet is one out of 206 Cabriolets built by the factory.  It has the original radio and deluxe heater and is the recipient of a frame off restoration with engine and transmission completely re-manufactured.  It has roller bearing rocker arms, a full flow oil filter and new aluminum heads, cast out of aircraft alloy aluminum as well as new heavy duty steel wheels and white will radial tires.  All chrome work is re-plated and it has a factory brass windshield. The exterior features a factory color, Cool Orchard Green with matching green leather interior.  This rare and amazing automobile is being offered at NO RESERVE


2010 Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition – This Polar Expedition Tacoma set the Guinness World Record for the fastest overland journey to the South Pole (700 miles) which was completed in 1 day, 15 hours, and 54 minutes! Costing $400,000 USD to build, it is powered by a 4.0L TRD supercharged V-6 producing 380 hp through a 4-wheel drive system and automatic transmission. The Polar Expedition was designed and built with the help of Arctic Trucks. Finished in NATO Green vinyl wrap over a Graphite interior, this incredible vehicle has traveled just 14,281 miles, and is to be offered at NO RESERVE.

For additional information regarding our Scottsdale ’15 auction, the exciting selection of featured collector automobiles being assembled daily, and our 15th Anniversary events, visit our website at For further supporting documentation, high-resolution images, or more advance information about the Russo and Steele Scottsdale 2015 auction event, please contact Darin Roberge at

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