All of them are now up for grabs!

Bells will be ringing as the holiday week offers an array of amazing cars on the auction block! ACC Auctions pick their top 4 rides of the week to make this holiday season even more grand. Here is a quick review of what could be some of the best buys for the true car connoisseur. What was meant to be the hottest cars for the week has turned into an American Muscle versus Import Performance Showdown for the holidays.

Which Of These Four Classics Would You Choose?

Maybe you are looking for a sleigh ride in this Limited Production 911 E Coupe-Local Porsche-Polo Red-Black Leather & Corduroy Inserts Recaro Sport Seats Just Like Certificate of Authenticity Shows from Porsche- Only 930 Produced-Faster than a 911 S from 0-100mph Engine has just been rebuilt correctly. A Real Porsche-Not like the New ones. Engine Number Correct. This auction ends Dec. 23, see it here: 1969 Porsche.

Which Of These Four Classics Would You Choose?

Who wouldn’t want to go to grandma’s house in a 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible 389CI V8- Tri-Power for-speed Triple Black Replica, the black body is straight as an arrow, all new clear coat finish, brand new interior. Powered by a rebuilt 1966 389ci block with new Tri-Power set up. A smooth shifting 4 speed and a posi traction rear end that moves the car with power. This auction ends Dec. 24, see it here: 1966 GTO.

Which Of These Four Classics Would You Choose?

Still need that one special gift? This 1971 Jaguar XKE Series III 2+2 has had extensive ground-up restoration several years ago and has kept this car in excellent condition since completion. Powered by Jaguar's legendary 5.3L V12 and finished in exquisite blue metallic with contrasting black leather, this masterpiece of style, elegance and spirited performance is truly a timeless classic... 5.3L 271 H.P. V12 with 4 x 1BBL Carburetors. This ACC Auction ends Dec. 28, see it here: 1971 Jaguar XKE.

Which Of These Four Classics Would You Choose?

Ring in the new year with this 1968 Camaro, if you crave the style of Chevy's first, and very successful, foray into the Pony Car market you can't help but love the Camaro convertible. With a great look and road manners that will keep you smiling for years to come this fine RS is a great buy on today's collector car market. This auction ends Jan 1, see it here: 1968 Camaro.

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