Greensboro scorched the record books!

Our friends at GAA Classic Car Auctions began as a small outfit, pulling in consigments from across the Piedmont-Triad. After years of unprecenedted growth, their April event surpassed all expectations. As an encore of February, they saw a 95% sell-through rate this month. Last weekend we wittnessed 175 cars listed at no reserve from the collection of the late Ron Jones of Greenville, Tennessee.

The hottest bidding came Saturday night, as a numbers-matching Hemi Superbird sold for $345,600. Reverend Franklin Graham stopped by for the invocation and to remind us about Samaritan's Purse. Once again, GAA employees and attendees raised over $100,000 for the charity. If you missed the action on MAV TV, their youtube page is a great place to catch the highlights. Be sure to join us in Greensboro for the weekend of July 22nd for more fast-paced family-friendly fun!

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