McCam’s second annual Tulsa auction sold $ 17 million of muscle cars, supercars

Success continues at Mekum’s second Tulsa auction.

With 643 vehicles crossing the block and a 77% sales rate, McCam Auctions sold a total of $ 17 million at its second annual auction in Tulsa, Oklahoma last weekend. Held at the Sejnet Center in Expo Square, the auction was marked by a wide variety of cars, from classic cars to muscle cars, to modern performance machines, all of which are desirable, unique and highly eligible for a makeover auction. The top ten sellers at the auction sold over 6 figures and represented automated icons from around the world.

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The best seller was a 1965 Shelby Cobra CSX4000 Series Roadster that sold for $ 409,750, another car from 1965, a Mercury Comet A / FX Lightweight that sold for $ 313,500. It was followed by a 2019 Mercedes-AMG GTR which sold for $ 189,750. In fourth place was a 1985 Toyota FJ-45 Land Cruiser custom that sold for $ 173,250, followed by two cars for $ 165,000: a 2010 Lamborghini Gallardo Spider and a 1969 Plymouth Hemi Road Runner Coupe. Seventh was a 1970 Dodge Charger R / T that sold for $ 152,900, followed by the 1962 Chevrolet Biscuin Custom which sold for $ 132,000. Ninth was the 1964 Plymouth Savvy Lightweight sold for $ 129,250 and the top ten 1955 Chevrolet Bell Air Custom sold for $ 126,500. McCom’s next auction comes with the Orlando Summer Special Auction in Florida, which will be held July 6-9.

Source: Mekum Nilam

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