General Motors plans to auction more than fifty cars from its heritage museum as part of its ongoing effort to raise funds.
The list of cars for sale is not yet complete and the rarest models in the collection will not be sold.
But more modern additions - from the 1980s and 1990s – make up the bulk of cars going to auction.
This includes the entire Hummer and GMC collection and a series of rare and limited edition Corvettes. A 1904 Oldsmobile Touring, two Peugeot 205 Turbos, Bill Clinton’s presidential Limo and a car used by the Pope in 1998 are also on the list.
The GM heritage museum plans to hive off vehicles it can buy back relatively easily if times get better.
All the cars are being auctioned by Barret-Jackson from 13-19 January in Scotsdale, Arizona.