JIM AND NANCY HENDERSON COLLECTION

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Mr. Henderson’s collection features many unique, one of a kind cars as well as many that have won top AACA awards.

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1964 1/2 Mustang Convertible
Great American Race 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016

62CheveImpala
1962 Chevrolet Impala SS
50th Anniversary Edition
AACA Nation Senior First Place Winner

(28) 1960 T-Bird Palm Springs Pink
1960 Thunderbird Convertible
AACA National Senior First Place Winner
AACA Grand National Senior First Place Winner

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1951 Ford Crestliner
AACA National Senior First Place Winner
AACA Grand National Senior First Place Winner

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1951 Ford Custom Convertible
AACA National Senior First Place Winner
AACA Grand National Senior First Place Winner

51FordVictoria

1951 Ford Victoria
AACA National Senior First Place Winner
AACA Grand National Senior First Place Winner

(24) 51 Ford Custom 2d Sedan Light Blue
1951 Ford Custom Sedan
1st Dearborn Winner

36FordCabriolet
1936 Ford Cabriolet Convertible
AACA National Senior First Place Winner

(40) 40 Packard 1808 Super 8 Limo 149in Whl Base
1940 Packard Limo
First year with air conditioning.
Most expensive production car
made in the USA in 1940

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1990 Ford F350 XLT Lariat and 1973 Airstream
Previously owned by JR Ewing (Larry Hagman)
(70-2) 1940 Ford Panel Delivery
1940 Ford Panel Delivery Winner of  AACA National Senior First Place, AACA Grand National Senior First Place and at early Ford V-8 National Meets.

In 1986, Benny T. Bootle, past President of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA), and a mechanical engineering graduate of The University of South Carolina in 1953, donated his 40 Ford Sedan Delivery to the University.  His request was that, when he passed away, the historic car be displayed and then sold, with the proceeds to be added to the endowment of the Professor Frank B. Herty Scholarship Fund.

Mr. Bootle passed away in 1996 and the car was moved to the Swearingen Building of the College of Engineering and Computing.  The Car was displayed in the college, and Pulliam Ford in Columbia, SC, for several years.

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First year with three speed
manual shift on column
011_11Optional leather
passenger seats
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Hydraulic brakes 112″ wheel base, 600X16 tires.
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First year with
sealed beam headlights
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(23) 1929 Lincoln Willoby 7P Limo
1929 Lincoln
7 Passenger Limo
with polished aluminum
Wiloughby body. Used in
the movie Indianapolis
Men of Courage
(01-4) 1925 Model TT Trcuk
1925 Model TT Truck
 Used in the movie
Indianapolis Men of Courage
(36-2) 29 Plymouth Model U 2 dr

1929 Plymouth
Used in the movie Indianapolis Men of Courage

(14-1) 69 Ford Mustang Mach1969 Mustang March I

(69) 1953 Packard Clipper 4 Dr 350 Chevy1951 Packard Clipper

(49) 39 Chev Master Deluxe 2 dr
1939 Chevy Master Deluxe
 

(66) 1948 Lincoln Continental Comv V12 1948 Lincoln
Continental Convertible

Wagon1967 Ford Country Squire DSC_0422 1966 Rolls Royce
Previously owned by Liberace

Jim hopes to eventually be able to display at least part of the collection in a manner that will allow the public to see and appreciate it.

How do you move these beauties to and from show venues?

Totor Home and Mr H