Despite the social distancing requirements and limited spectator seating, Dana Mecum and Company have shattered all previous records. Indianapolis is their cornerstone event, and this year was the 33rd anniversary. I was glued to the TV as we have been promoting this auction for weeks. With the incredible collection of John Atzbach topped the list of 1,800 cars and 6,000 pieces of Road Art. The cars and trucks had a 78% sell-through, with 346 of them selling over their new lightning fast website. We knew Ken Miles’ Flying Mustang would be significant, and it hammered at $3.85 Million to become the world’s most valuable Mustang. Total sales topped $74 Million to make it their most successful event to-date. Here are the top 10, so tell us which one you want in your collection and stay with us for all your Mecum Auctions coverage.
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