Indianapolis auction sells a record-setting on the 35th anniversary of the Macam auction

After 35 years in business, Mekam Nilam broke the record with explosive success at Indianapolis.

Dana McCom’s original Spring Classic auction at the Indianapolis State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis has become a major event in the world of automated auctions. This past coincided with Mekum’s 35th anniversary as an auction house, but it was far from the only celebration. Because the auction was an incredible and record-breaking success, a total of $ 126.5 million was sold, with more than 90% of the lots sold. This represents an 18% increase over the last Indianapolis auction, and thanks to the availability of some incredible, rare and unique cars that are part of the amazing story and collection.

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A total of 9 cars, including the most expensive Dodge Hemi Daytona sold at auction, sold for over $ 1 million. The top seller was a 1965 Browner Hawk Ford “Dean Van Lines Special” indie car, which brought in an incredible $ 2.2 million without any reserves. In second place was a 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL roadster that sold for $ 1.375 million, along with the 1965 Eagle Wesleck Ford “Santa Ana” indie car, as well as the Dr. Richard Foster had a lot of 18 Corvettes

As the fifth highest seller, the 1969 Dodge Hemi Daytona was priced at $ 1.32 million, followed by a 2019 Ford GT Carbon series that sold for $ 1.21 million, a 2020 Ford GT MKII that sold at the same price, and a 2020 Ford GTO. Sold for the same. In ninth place was a 1965 Shelby 289 Cobra Roadster that sold for $ 1.1 million, and in the top ten was the 1971 Chevrolet Corvette ZR2 Convertible which sold for 962,500. With this incredible success of McCoom’s book, Tulsa is the next destination on the auction calendar, where it will go on sale June 9-11.

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