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The 22 most marvellous and ridiculous items Burt Reynolds is selling at auction

by | 6th, December 2014



Burt Reynolds is selling the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am from Smokey and the Bandit – billed as “maybe the coolest car ever”. It isn’t.  But if that doesn’t take your fancy, Burt Reynolds is clearing out lots of other stuff, including numerous guns (mostly non-firing), horse tack, a treasure chest of trophies and lots of artworks of his goodself. 

Shop until you drop at Julien’s Auctions:


Estimate: $400 - $600 Sculpture of Reynolds reading a newspaper, opening bid $1000-2000 Burt Reynolds Rolodex, opening bid $300-500 Dom DeLuise painting, opening bid $1500-2000 Burt Reynolds voided American Express card, opening bid $100-200 Burt Reynolds Striptease working script, opening bid $200-400 Burt Reynolds naked torso painting, opening bid $800-1200 Burt Reynolds carved miniature, opening bid $400-600


Estimate: $60,000 - $80,000 Starting: $30,000 Few movies are as iconic in the world of cars as Smokey & the Bandit. Released January 1, 1977 starring Burt Reynolds, Sally Field and a black and gold “Screaming Chicken”, the movie tells the story of the aches and pains of getting a Coors beer east of the Mississippi. This is Mr. Reynolds' 1977 Trans Am Coupe (T-Top) which was used as a promotional vehicle for the movie and gifted to Burt for his collection.  She features a 400 cid Pontiac V-8 engine, a 4-barrel carburetor and an automatic transmission.  With a gold plaque on the driver door stating “1977 Pontiac Trans Am Owned By Burt Reynolds” and a customized "Bandit" logo, this is "no ordinary automobile"; it's a piece of "Hollywood History".  This is an amazing opportunity to own what just might be the coolest car EVER!  Starting: $5,000 A custom-built motorized stagecoach, built in 1979 on an International Harvester Scout frame with a 345 V8 engine and four-wheel drive, seats up to 10 people. This stagecoach was used for Burt Reynolds' wedding to Loni Anderson. The interior was custom-designed by Dolly Parton. It is marked "The Burt Reynolds Horse Ranch" and has the "BR" monogram in multiple places. Vehicle identification number J0062JGD30393.  Starting: $1,500 A custom-built Valley Carriage Works red and white covered carriage with the Burt Reynolds Ranch "BR" monogram. This carriage was a gift to Burt Reynolds from Dolly Parton. Estimate: $200 - $300 Starting: $100 A pair of Burt Reynolds brown leather chaps. Dark brown trim is tooled to look as though the leather was woven. Additional floral tooling, lacing and buckle closure and faux bone fasteners down the side of each leg.  Starting: $1,000 A Golden Globe award presented to Burt Reynolds for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series Comedy for his role as Wood Newton in Evening Shade (CBS, 1990-1994). Presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Starting: $1,000
A Golden Globe award

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