Although social distancing has forced the World’s Largest Collector Car Auction to take precautions, Mecum January has topped $141 million in sales along with setting new records. Kissimmee is by far their largest event of the year, spanning 10 days with 2,030 cars finding new homes. Then the action moved 2 hours south, as the Muscle Car City Museum liquidated a collection of 200 timeless classics. Sell-through rates of 90% resulted in $141.2 million. Carroll Shelby’s personal Cobra set a new benchmark for the world, with a hammer price of $5.4 million, so stay with us for all your Mecum news.
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