Lets look and see how ours cars to watch did! If you missed them, CLICK HERE
1988 Ford Mustang Saleen- $26,950, pretty good money for the car, but given the rarity of it, I can’t help but think it would have went for more later in the week.
1949 GMC Tow Truck- $12,650, very cool piece of patina to have sitting around for the money
1963 Dodge Polara- $60,500, solid money for this car to be a recreation!
1939 Chrysler Business Coupe- $27,500, a lot of car for the money!
1941 Dodge Truck-$82,500, strong money for the truck, this is a very hit or miss vehicle, not a lot of butts out there for a seat like this
1941 Ford Truck- $42,900
1971 Dodge Demon- $41,800 pretty strong price, but an ultra cool car!
2001 Misubishi Evo- $46,200, given Paul Walkers tragic death and fan following, I really thought this car would bring more money than it did.
1971 Chevrolet Corvette LT1- $55,000, solid money, these cars have been up and down over the years, looks like they are up again
1960 Chevrolet Bel Air- $66,000, I still maintain this is my pick of the auction.
There were a few deals to be had yesterday. Its too early to predict, but I really feel like the customized cars are on there way down and the original pieces are on there way back up!
I missed the end of the auction and the top five sellers but I will try and update as soon as I get the info!
1. 2013 Ford F-350 200,000 (charity)
2. 1970 Dodge Challenger 92,000
3. 57 Chevrolet Bel Air 90,000
4. 68 Custom Plymouth 80,000
5. 78 Chevrolet Corvette Pace Car 75,000
Be sure and check out Thursday’s cars to watch!