2011 Russo and Steele Automobile Auction Approaches

As the Holidays approach and 2010 comes to a close, auto collectors anxiously await the 11th annual Russo and Steele automobile auction. The auction will be held from January 19th through January 23rd, 2011, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Russo and Steele is one of the most prominent auto auctions held annually in the United States, and it attracts some of the most avid collectors in the world each year.

Russo and Steele have some really exciting cars ready to hit the auction block in 2011. Among these will be a 1970 Hemi ‘Cuda convertible. Fans of American muscle cars all know that the 1970 Hemi ‘Cuda is one of the most legendary cars of all time. It is considered by many to represent the highest pinnacle in American muscle car production. The 1970 Hemi ‘Cuda up for auction in Scottsdale this year is one of only 14 convertible Hemi ‘Cudas produced, and it is truly a rare gem.

Also for sale will be a 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 CSX1001 once owned by the vehicle’s namesake, celebrated race car driver and designer Carrol Shelby. It is a one of a kind vehicle as only 12 were made and it is the only one to be owned by Shelby himself. These are just a couple of examples of the 650 prized collector’s cars that will be featured at Russo and Steele in 2011.

Each year more and more car enthusiasts flock to Scottsdale in January for the auction. As turnout has increased, Russo and Steele have consistently stepped their game up each year. 2011 promises to be the best auction yet, with a broader and better selection of higher quality cars than ever before. There will be a little bit of something for everyone, with all the finest in American muscle cars, European sports cars, hot rods, classics, customs, and more up for auction. On top of the excellent collection of cars for sale, there will be many exciting attractions to make for an all around action-packed experience. For a list of cars offered this year and other additional info on the event, visit http://russoandsteele.com.

Contributed by Fossil Cars Staff Writer

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