Mecum Auctions is a car collector’s dream.

Imagine a room packed full of the world’s most beautiful and rare cars.

And that’s what you’ll find at Mecum Auctions, where thousands of car collectors from all over the world gather to bid on their dream car.

With hundreds of auctions happening each year, Mecum is the largest collector car auction house in the world.
This past weekend, Immers3d Magazine had the opportunity to visit their Orlando location and we were blown away by the stunning vehicles on display.

When it comes to evaluating and bidding on classic cars at auctions, there’s nobody better than John from E.C.D.
He’s a whiz with all the details, and he knows how to get the most value for his money.
In this exclusive interview with Immers3d Mag, John provides some great insights into what to look for when buying a car at auction.
You won’t want to miss it!

With over 3,000 vehicles up for auction at any given time, it’s the world’s largest collector car auction house.

From rare classics to modern supercars, there was something for everyone at Mecum.
Whether you’re a car fan or just visiting Orlando, it’s definitely worth checking out!

And happening now…. here are the dates for you to visit!

KISSIMMEE 2022  JAN 6-16 @ Osceola Heritage Park  1875 Silver Spur Lane  Kissimmee, FL 34744

Mecum Auctions | The World’s Largest Collector Car Auctions

Mecum Auctions is coming to Orlando and car enthusiasts from around the world will gather to witness some of the most amazing classic cars up for auction.

If you’re not familiar with Mecum, they are the largest collector car auctions in the world.

This means that there will be something for everyone, whether you’re a car enthusiast or just looking to add a unique piece of history to your collection.

This 1955 Mercedes Benz is very sexy!

The world leader in live auctions of collector and classic cars, antique motorcycles, vintage tractors and Road Art memorabilia with events across the US.

I’m not sure if it’s the sleek lines, the classic design, or the engine roar that gets me, but I just find Mercedes-Benz cars to be incredibly sexy. And this 1955 model is no exception.

It’s just so sleek and classy looking, and I can only imagine how great it would be to take a spin in it.

Plus, it would definitely turn heads at any carshow! If you’re a car fan (or even if you’re not), you’ve got to check out this amazing 1955 Mercedes Benz. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.

Finding the perfect car auction can be hard, but John from E.C.D knows his stuff.

He’s a great expert at car auctions and was happy to share some of his tips with us.

According to John,

  • The most important thing is to do your research ahead of time.
  • Know what you’re looking for and what you’re willing to spend.
  • Also, be sure to attend a few car shows before the auction so you can get a feel for the market.
  • If you’re looking to buy a car at auction, Mecum is the place to be.

With events all over the country, you’re sure to find something that catches your eye.

But what should you look for when buying an auction car?

Here are a few tips to help you out.

First, take a look at the history of the vehicle. Was it in any major accidents?How often has it been serviced? Knowing this information can help you avoid buying a lemon. Also, be sure to inspect the body of the car closely. Are there any dents or scratches? If so, how much will they cost to repair? Finally, make sure to check out the engine and chassis.

Thanks, John! We appreciate your expertise!

Mecum rule: if you raise your own bid to meet the reserve, the car is yours!

If there’s one thing that Max loves more than anything, it’s cars! He could spend hours looking at them, and he always gets so excited when he goes to a car auction.
In case you didn’t know, Mecum auctions are family-friendly events open to buyers, sellers and spectators.  Making them easily accessible for everyone to enjoy, and there are many different options for getting in on the auction action.

The 1960 Corvette Chevrolet Race Rat was the star of the auction show

This car is sexy, fast, and dangerous.

Is was hard to decide who stole the show this weekend, but one of the star of the auction show was a 1960 Corvette Chevrolet race rat.  It’s no wonder that it was the star of the show.
If you’re a fan of cars or car collectors, you won’t want to miss out on this car. It’s sure to drive everyone wild with its power and beauty. Be sure to check it out!
Mecum History:
The company was started in 1967 by Tom Monaghan as an automotive enthusiast selling mostly used parts out of his VW Beetle back home in Chicago.
In 1972 he moved operations outside Milwaukee where it still operates today. They have grown into one of the largest collector car auctions in the world and now conducts 10 major events each year across North America.

A 1965 Shelby 427 Cobra that belonged to none other than Carroll Shelby himself was sold for $5.49 million USDat the recent Mecum Auctions event in Kissimmee, Florida.19 ene 2021
The average price of a Shelby Cobra Replica is $51,270.
BACKDRAF GEWS HEAITADE COLLECTION ABSOLUTE  FROM THE JERRY BREWIS ESTATE COLLECTION 1965 BACKDRAFT SHELBY COBRA REPLICA WIDEBODY 427/542 HP, 5-Speed
How many Shelby Cobra 427 are left?
Overall, just 23 of these 427 Cobras left Shelby American, with chassis number CSX 3010

Why did Shelby stop making Cobras?

Some Cobra 427s were actually fitted with Ford’s 7-litre (428 cu in) engine, a long stroke, smaller bore, lower cost engine, intended for road use rather than racing. The AC Cobra was a financial failure that led Ford and Carroll Shelby to discontinue importing cars from England in 1967.

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