Preview: Mecum Auctions Tulsa Sale June 9-11

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Preview: Mecum Auctions Tulsa Sale June 9-11


Preview: Mecum Auctions Tulsa Sale June 9-11


Mecum Auctions is set to return to SageNet Center at Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with 1,000 American muscle cars, classics, Corvettes, trucks, Hot Rods, customs and more June 9-11.

The first-ever Mecum Tulsa auction, held in June of last year, resulted in $22.1 million overall with a trio of Ford GTs achieving placement as the top three highest-dollar sales, led by a 2006 model that brought $330,000.


Tulsa 2022 is slated to present another round of enticing classic and collector car options headlined by The Tommy Cronk Collection of seven lots, which are highlighted by a 1965 Mercury Comet A/FX Lightweight (Lot S145) that is No. 7 of eight A/FX Mercury Comet lightweight drag racing cars built by Bill Stroppe and Associates.

The Father and Son Perham Collection will present 25 eclectic favorites. Among the lots is a nicely restored 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible (Lot F6) powered by a 390 CI V-8 engine and automatic transmission, and dressed in a blue exterior and white convertible top, a 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Convertible (Lot F8) with a 164 CI flat 6-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual transmission, and a 1957 Mercury Custom (Lot F23) boasting a red exterior with flames and Heatwave graphics and coming to Tulsa with less than 800 miles on its rebuilt 368 CI Turnpike Cruiser V-8 engine.

Other noted consignments for Mecum Tulsa 2022 include a 1977 Pontiac Trans Am SE (Lot S121) that is one of 2,699 produced and has a matching-numbers W72 400 CI engine and matching-numbers 4-speed manual transmission, and a 1965 Shelby Cobra CSX4000 Series Roadster (Lot S124) that is No. 29 of the 40th Anniversary Editions offered and one of only five wearing a handcrafted, polished aluminum body. The latter is powered by an all-aluminum Shelby 427 FE stroker V-8 engine capable of 535 HP and 545 lb-ft of torque, backed by a Toploader 4-speed manual transmission.

For more information, including the entire docket, click HERE.

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