The Bob Marvin Car Collection at "The Shed" is located in Warroad, Minnesota. It's a premier collection of rare and desirable muscle cars and collector cars. Here a just a few of Bob's cars. Many more can be found on my KDawgFilmz YouTube channel.
The first Corvette of the Sixties was Ermine White with a matching white convertible top. Like the first year 1953 Corvettes, a red interior compliments the white exterior. Vin #00001 is powered by RPO 579D – a 283 cubic inch fuel injected engine rated for 290 horsepower – and was coupled to a 4-speed transmission. Other options include the signal-seeking AM radio and classic wide whitewall tires. Let Bob Marvin, the owner, tell you about his pride and joy.
Nicknamed the Boss 9 by true Mustang devotees, Mustang offered a 429 cid engine option in 1969. It was intended to compete with the Chrysler Hemi that was dominating the NASCAR circuit. Partnered with a single Holley 4 barrel carburetor it was rated at 350 horsepower but realistically developed over 500 hp. Air conditioning was not an option because there was no room for the a/c unit under the hood. The hood boasted the largest hood scoop ever offered on a Mustang and the next year was painted black. The car was available in 5 colors all with black interiors. This one is Royal Maroon. Only 859 Boss 429 car were built in 1969. This is an early edition with the NASCAR “S” code style engine that is numbers matching. The lone designation for the Boss 9 was a single decal behind the front wheel. Bill Elliot of NASCAR fame is a previous owner.
Here’s a collection of first generation Yenko Camaros all from the Bob Marvin Collection in “The Shed” at Warroad, Minnesota. Bob gives is a little information on his rare cars as we get them out of his museum and ready for some exercise. It’s a real treat to see and hear these muscle cars starting, idling, and driving away.
This legendary 1965 Chevelle Z16 Prototype is the first one built by Chevrolet Engineering to test the 396 ci 375 HP engine stuffed into the mid-sized body. Following the Prototype, only 200 more Z16 coupes were produced with approximately 75 in existence today. Here’s an exciting opportunity to get the full story on this one and only 1965 Chevelle Z16 Prototype.