Barret Jackson Palm Beach April 10-13, 2004

Barret Jackson Palm Beach April 10-13, 2004

Lily was very much in need of a custom manual wheelchair in order to increase her health and independence. Lily sustained an anoxic brain injury after aspirating on a lozenge due to lack of oxygen to the brain. » Read More

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Hurst Shifter Replica Car Auctions for $200,000 to benefit Darrell Gwynn Foundation

Car raises most funds for DGF since Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas in 2011 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – The 1969 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible Hurst Shifter Replica made famous by Linda Vaughn sold for $200,000 at Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach on Friday, April 11. The car was purchased by longtime foundation supporter John Staluppi. Proceeds from the auction of the car benefit the Darrell Gwynn Foundation. The Darrell Gwynn Foundation’s mission is to SUPPORT people with paralysis and PREVENT spinal cord injuries. “This is an amazing car bought by an amazing buyer,” said Darrell Gwynn. “I’ve wanted to do a Hurst Car with Linda Vaughn for years. I’m really thankful for everyone that came together to make this project happen. I appreciate Barrett-Jackson and their support, thank Linda Vaughn for being here to be a part of this car she made so famous and the Thornton Brothers and Doc Watson for building a beauty. I’m so happy John & Jeannette (Staluppi) got this car. It found a wonderful home to be displayed, by a wonderful couple, who has supported us for years.” Linda Vaughn rode on the giant shifter, like she did so many times in her modeling career as the car rolled across stage… Read More


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