Bonnie and Clyde Car for Online Auction

. June 19, 2008

Omaha, NE – Proxibid, a premier provider of live auction webcasting services, today announced that Antiques & Estate Auctioneers has selected Proxibid as its provider of live Internet bidding for an upcoming auction featuring high-quality firearms, pocket watches and collector vehicles. The auction will take place June 22 at 10:00 a.m. EDT.

This is an incredible estate auction of auctioneer, Dominick Yerace and others, and features his lifetime collection of more than 150 quality firearms, more than 100 pocket watches and clocks, and high value vehicles. Many of the arms available for purchase are very rare and new in the box. Featured models include Winchester, Savage, Mauser among several others. No gun collector should miss this auction. On June 21 at 5:00 p.m. EDT, nationally recognized firearms expert Charlie Rush will broadcast an exclusive live review of the guns up for bid. Log on to Proxibid to submit your questions and listen to his responses.

Also available for live online bidding are three impressive vintage vehicles. The vehicle making the most commotion is the 1931 Willys-Knight. This vehicle was used in the making of the classic movie, Bonnie and Clyde.

“As it sits the vehicle is in very good condition and complete for a 1930’s era vehicle, and I suspect it looks better now than in 1931,” stated Victor Cucuz of Ganley Ford, Inc.

Hot items for this auction include:
• Lot #297 – 1931 Willys-Knight model 87, cleaned and serviced; condition report included;
• Lot #299 – 1982 Porsche 911 Targa SC, whale tail, sport leather interior, white/black, 59,400 miles; condition report included, VIN #WPOEA0913C5162115;
• Lot #298 – 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible, red with white convertible top, restored in 1996, original 3 speed manual transmission comes with the car (owner replaced it with an automatic transmission), cleaned and serviced, 95,700 miles, VIN #6T08C129942;
• Lot #142 – Beretta SO3 EELL 12 gauge gun, 26”, vent rib, imp cyl/full, field 14” LOP over non-original deceleration pad, great wood with marbling, detachable sidelocks, gun looks new and is unfired, engraved by Riviera.
• Lot #133 – Winchester Model 42 410, 26” full choke, plain barrel, new in original box, 161,000 serial range, flat bottom forend, gun is new and unfired with hang tag, shell plug in proper box.

For more information about this auction, to view the up-coming online catalog or to register to bid, please visit

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