Mecum Auctions, the world’s largest collector car auction company, will return to the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, for its fifth annual collector car auction at the venue this Oct. 7-9 with an estimated 1,000 American muscle cars, classics, Corvettes, exotics, trucks, Hot Rods, customs and more to cross the auction block.
The auction is the first of three to be held by Mecum on back-to-back weekends throughout the month of October; the two auctions to follow will be held in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the Chicago region. Among the vehicles consigned to the Las Vegas auction are a pair of 1964 Continental convertibles, a 1948 Continental, 2000 Cartier Town Car, and even a Batmobile replica based on a 1975 Mark IV.
Presiding health and safety protocols will remain in place for all those in attendance. For those unable to attend in person, enhanced remote bidding options are also available, including both online and telephone bidding. Click the links below for more information about the auctions.
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LCOC members may register and receive a 50% discount off the $200 bidder’s fee if they apply prior to the auction only and may participate in all days of the auction with a guest for $100. Visit the Members Area on the LCOC national website and log in for details on how to obtain the discount. General admission fee prior to the event for non-bidders is $20 and $30 during the auction. If you are interested in the auctions but not bidding you may view the proceedings on TV.
Live and Delayed TV Schedule:https://www.mecum.com/tv-times/
LCOC members interested in selling their collector cars may post ads on this website, the Lincoln and Continental Comments magazine and the national website at LCOC.org. free of charge.
If you wish to consign a vehicle for sale through Mecum visit LCOC’s home page to learn more and begin the process.
Besides, the Lincolns, other featured lots slated to cross the auction block in Las Vegas include a trio of stunning beauties in black: a 1959 Chevrolet Impala (Lot S126) with a rare Rochester fuel-injection system on a 283/290 HP solid-lifter Ram Jet V-8 engine and a T10 4-speed transmission, a triple-black 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible (Lot S110) with an original 389/360 HP Tri-power V-8 engine and original 4-speed manual transmission, and a rust-free, triple-black 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS (Lot F83) with a 427/500 HP GM crate engine and a Richmond 4-speed transmission.
The Pacific Northwest Collection at No Reserve includes a wide-ranging selection of a dozen classic vehicles including a pair of wild custom builds: a 1932 Ford Custom Coupe (Lot F74) known as Mud-Usa and featuring a blown 468 CI V-8 engine, and a custom Rat Rod Dually 1940 International (Lot F75) with a blown dual-quad Hemi V-8 engine dubbed Mr. Hookenstein. Also in the group are a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air (Lot F72) with a 282 CI engine and automatic transmission and three Impalas including a Jet Blue 1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubble Top (Lot F77) with a 282 CI V-8 engine, a Powerglide transmission and factory-optioned power steering and power brakes.
Mecum’s website is updated daily with the latest consignments and includes detailed descriptions and photographs of the vehicles to be offered. For schedule information, to consign a vehicle or to register as a bidder for this and all Mecum events, visit Mecum.com or call (262) 275-5050 for more information.
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