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World's largest collector-car auction company to debut event in Tulsa this weekend with 600 vehicles
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World's largest collector-car auction company to debut event in Tulsa this weekend with 600 vehicles

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A myriad of American muscle cars, classics, trucks, hot rods, customs and more will roll across the auction block at River Spirit Expo this weekend. 

Mecum Auctions, the world's largest collector-car auction company, is debuting its first Tulsa event June 11 and 12. 

Six-hundred vehicles will be featured, according to the company, including consignments highlighted by the Elkin Brothers Collection of 14 eclectic collector vehicles, including a 2005 Ford GT with all four available options, two 1970 Chevrolet Chevelles — one of which is a convertible — and three classic Ford Broncos.

The auction company's second-largest annual event recently concluded in Indianapolis with $107.8 million recorded in sales, according to the release. 

Other offerings include 24 vehicles from The Rick Holland Collection, most of which will be offered at no reserve. The selection includes a Dusk Pearl 1957 Chevrolet 210 that is finished with Bel Air trim, a pink 1957 Ford Thunderbird, a 1973 Ford Bronco Sport and a 1959 Willys utility wagon with a 226 CI Super Hurricane 6-cylinder engine and a 3-speed manual transmission. 

The York Collection consists of 14 cars dating from a 1931 Austin American coupe to a 1955 Chevrolet Custom pickup, and the 13 cars from the Dick Ray Estate Collection — with all but four to be offered at no reserve — varies from a 1921 Ford Model T pickup and a 1933 Chevrolet Master sedan, to a 1986 Ferrari 328 GTS and a 1996 Dodge Viper GTS coupe.

Also consigned for the Tulsa block is a 1970 Plymouth Cuda with a V-Code 440 6-BBL engine and automatic transmission that was ordered by the dealer as a demonstrator and exists today as one of the mostly highly optioned V-Code 1970 Cudas anywhere boasting 37 factory options, as well as a 1957 Ford Thunderbird F-Code that is one of 196 produced and that benefited from a four-year nut-and-bolt restoration using rebuilt original and NOS parts.

Those interested in consigning a vehicle for auction at Mecum Tulsa 2021 may find complete details about the consignment process and pricing at Mecum.com. Bidder registration is available online in advance and on-site at the auction for $200, and it includes admission for two to both auction days. For those unable to attend in person, enhanced remote bidding options are also available, with options for both online and telephone bidding.

Mecum’s website is updated with the latest consignments and includes descriptions and photographs of the vehicles to be offered. For more information, to consign a vehicle or to register as a bidder, visit Mecum.com or call 262-275-5050 for more information.

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