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Mecum Auctions Results from Kissimmee 2024

We take a closer look at Mecum Auctions 2024 Kissimmee Event and its impact on the collector car world.

Introduction to Mecum Auctions

Mecum Auctions is one of the leading auction companies specializing in collector cars, motorcycles, and road art. Since its inception in 1988, Mecum has grown into a global brand with auctions held across the United States and internationally.

In this blog post, we will take a closer look at Mecum’s 2024 Kissimmee Event and its impact on the collector car world.

History of Mecum Auctions

Mecum Auctions was founded by Dana Mecum, who grew up around cars and developed a passion for them at an early age. In 1988, he held his first auction in Rockford, Illinois with just 14 cars. Today, Mecum Auctions has grown into a multi-million dollar enterprise with auctions that feature thousands of vehicles.

The company’s growth can be attributed to its customer-centric approach and dedication to providing a platform for car enthusiasts to buy and sell their dream vehicles.

Types of Vehicles Sold at Mecum Auctions

Mecum Auctions specializes in a variety of vehicles, including collector cars, motorcycles, and road art. Collector cars are by far the most popular category at Mecum auctions, with a wide range of makes and models available.

The motorcycle division was introduced in 2011 and has quickly become a hit among enthusiasts. The road art category features automobilia, memorabilia, and other items related to the automotive industry.

Impact on the Collector Car World

Mecum Auctions has played a significant role in shaping the collector car market. Its auctions have become a benchmark for prices and trends, with many enthusiasts and industry professionals closely following the results.

In addition, Mecum Auctions has helped to bring new collectors into the hobby and has provided a platform for them to learn about and acquire their dream cars.

Mecum Auctions once again shattered records at its Kissimmee 2024 auction, showcasing an impressive collection of 4,383 vehicles. Notably, this event generated an unprecedented $275 Million, marking the highest amount ever achieved at a collector car auction. Remarkably, this is the third consecutive year that Mecum Auctions has surpassed the $200 million mark.

This event, often referred to as the “World’s Largest Collector Car Auction,” saw an incredibly diverse array of vehicles, from classics and muscle cars to exotics and high-performance contemporary collectibles. It truly embodied the breadth of Mecum’s reach in the collector car world. The top sellers of the auction were a testament to the high quality of vehicles present, with a 1967 Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spyder being the highest bid at $23.5 million.

Here are the results of the Top 12 Bids of 2024

  1. 23.5 Million (The Bid Goes On) 1967 Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spyder (#9 of 10 Built)
  2. 23. Million (The Bid Goes On) 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/LM Competizione Speciale (1 of 3 Produced)
  3. 17.8 Million (Sold) 1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder (Last one Built)
  4. 6.9 Million (Sold) 1966 Ford GT40 MkI Road Car (1 of 30 Built)
  5. 4.5 Million (Sold) 2004 Ferrari Enzo (1 of Only 6 Finished in Grigio Titanio)
  6. 4.1 Million (Sold) 1965 Shelby 427 Competition Cobra (1 of 23)
  7. 3.7 Million (Sold) 1965 Shelby GT350R Prototype (First R Model Built)
  8. 3.4 Million (Sold) 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari (131 Miles)
  9. 3.4 Million (Sold) 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/6C Alloy Berlinetta (1 of 80 Built)
  10. 3.4 Million (Sold) 1992 Ferrari F40 (1 of 22 Built for the U.S.)
  11. 3.3 Million (Sold) 2020 McLaren Speedtail (#100 of 106 Built)
  12. 3.1 Million (Sold) 1992 Ferrari F40 (#179 of 213 Built for the U.S.)

Metro Motorcar collaborated with Mecum and our esteemed sponsor, the Big Green Egg, to host an exclusive VIP lunch for the Orlando chapter of the Ferrari Club of America. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to Wassi’s Meat Market, a Big Green Egg dealer in Melbourne, FL, for generously dedicating their valuable time to prepare their exquisite meats on the Big Green Eggs.

In closing, Mecum Auctions transcends the label of a mere auction company. Similar to Metro Motorcar, it fosters a community of car enthusiasts united by their unwavering passion for everything automotive. With its dedication to providing a one-of-a-kind experience for buyers and sellers alike, Mecum continues to set the standard for collector car auctions. Be sure to check out their upcoming auctions and see what they have in store next! So, if you are looking to buy or sell your dream vehicle, Mecum Auctions is definitely the place to be. Happy bidding!

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One Response

  1. I have a full-body Winston Cup, 1997, # 23 Jimmy Spencer car. The one he wrecked in Atlanta during qualifying in 1997. No motor, transmission, or rear end. Just the complete body. I also have other sheet-metal; roofs, hoods, bumpers, as well as the full side of the Jeff Gordon #24,and a Camel car #23. I also have several drivers’ suits. I wasn’t able to attend your auction in January in Kissimmee. I am possibly interested in selling my collection in the future and would appreciate if you could furnish me with what the 33 individual NASCAR cars sold for.

    Thank you for any assistance you can offer me.

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