Jeff Allen’s ’63 Volvo to Be Auctioned at Barrett-Jackson to Benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund

By SEMA Editors

Jeff Allen
Jeff Allen’s ’63 Volvo, known as #V06, will be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson, with 100% of proceeds benefitting the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Jeff Allen of Flat 12 Gallery, as seen on the CNBC television show “The Car Chasers” and podcast “Skidmarks Show,” is selling his custom-built ’63 Volvo, known as the #V06, with 100% of the proceeds to benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund, which offers financial assistance to students pursuing an automotive career. With the help of Shell and Pennzoil, the one-of-a-kind vehicle morphed a ’63 Volvo 122 Amazon with a ’13 Grand Sport Corvette to create the #V06. Powered by Pennzoil Synthetics, the #V06 packs a 600hp punch from a Lingenfelter Performance Built LS7.

The Volvo will cross the auction block during Scottsdale Auction Week at Barrett-Jackson, Friday, January 17, 2020, in charity lot #3005 at approximately 6:30 p.m (PST).

The team is showing that #TheProofIsInThePennzoil by campaigning the #V06 in a variety events before it crosses the Barrett-Jackson auction block in January, stacking up awards from winning a Golden Ticket to the Ultimate Street Car Invitational at the SEMA Show to winning the Show-N-Shine Award for Best Non-Domestic at LSFest West. The Volvo was also featured in the blockbuster franchise “Fast & Furious” in the recent “Hobbs and Shaw” movie.  

Some build features include:

  • A SEMA Garage custom 3D printed rear spoiler
  • LS7 7.0L Lingenfelter Performance engine
  • A customized ’13 Corvette driveline
  • Forgeline GTD-5 monoblock wheels
  • BAER brakes
  • Clinched flares
  • Recaro customized seats
  • Takata five-point seat belts
  • BASF B67 Austin Yellow paint
  • Quiet Ride Solutions insulation
  • Tartan trunk and headliner

“The #V06 vehicle build is unlike anything we’ve done before,” Allen said. “It is the type of car no one can pass by without taking notice, but it also represents an exciting opportunity to invest in the next generation of young students pursuing an automotive career.”