Mecum Auction Seattle 2015

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Muscle Cars, Exotics and Classics
Mecum Auctions, which claims to be the world’s largest collector car auction by hosting events throughout the year in various states, brought its traveling road show to Seattle June 5-6, with about 600 vehicles going across the block to be awarded to the highest bidder. The variety of vehicles was impressive, with offerings ranging from muscle cars to exotics to classic pickups. Although a few lots were moderately priced, others commanded top dollar. We spent a few hours admiring the eye candy, and it was genuinely tough to keep from piping up during some of the more enticing offerings. Here’s a sampling of unique vehicles that were up for auction in Seattle’s Century Link Field Event Center. Note: Vehicles listed as “unsold” did not reach their reserve price.

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  1. The 1939 Lincoln Zephyr and Ford Deluxe Street Rod were new to me – never saw anything like them before – but the 1951 Bentley was just gorgeous. If I owned something like that I’d keep it in a garage and just admire it as a work of art.

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