As is usually the case, there were some pretty nice cars. No shortage of Corvettes or '69 Camaros, if you were in the market. There were deals to be had and we met with some pretty happy buyers. "Eleanor" from year 2000 "Gone in 60 Seconds" was sold there (it brought a cool million bucks). Check out our previous post: "Eleanor Hero Car Sells at Mecum for $1 Million"
|"Eleanor" from Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) on the block|
But one of the most "interesting" offerings was that of a car that, when restored, was amazing ...
|Fully restored 1967 Hemi Charger|
|Hemi Charger as offered at the Mecum Indy Auction|
It was offered at no reserve on Wednesday and brought only $8,500. I think if I was the owner during the burning, I'd sell it at no reserve too!! For the full story on this car, here is the article from the Mecum magazine.