Ongoing & Upcoming Events
It's where it all started 30 years ago – Mecum's Spring Classic in Indianapolis. Among the highlights of this year’s 30th anniversary event were a very special 1967 Corvette – perhaps the most original of its kind, and a 1965 Ford Mustang – the first hard top to roll off the production line, serial number 00002. Read More.
Auctions America's three-day spring event in Auburn, IN, which begins May 11, includes an auction, with a diverse field of 500 vehicles, and for the first time joint national meets hosted by the Antique Automobile of America Club and the Classic Car of America Club. Read More.
In only five years, Pinehurst has become host to one of the premiere Concours on the east coast. Each year, the event grows in size and prestige, with this year having the most significant vehicles to date. This year's Best of Show joined the elite group of previous winners: a 1928 Isotta Fraschini, a 1919 Pierce-Arrow, a 1931 Cadillac, and a 1938 Steyr. Read More.
Kicking off the first East Coast event on the Goodguys 2017 calendar, the North Carolina Nationals were held April 28-30 at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. This year’s highlights included two of the finalists from the 2017 “Ridler Great 8” and a movie star car from the Fast and Furious franchise – “Tokyo Drift.” There were also plenty of other cool customs and hot action on the autocross track. Read More.
There was no need to go to an automobile museum in early March, since all the star attractions had been sent to the Concours on Amelia Island. Now in its 22nd year, "The Amelia" hosted 300 of the most prized examples of historic vehicles, some elegant, some extremely fast, and all unique. Read More.
As a major sponsor of Mecum Auctions, some of the events include thrill rides in the 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, Charger SRT Hellcat, and the Dodge Viper. Here are the sounds of the Dodge Boys, giving Thrill Rides on an outside drift course at the Mecum Spring Classic in Indianapolis. See Video.
The star of the show was an original, unrestored Corvette, a 1967 427/435. Meticulously cared for in climate-controlled storage, it was never driven in the rain, never parked in the sun, and it was stored in the owner's garage on four carpeted jacks. It sold for $675,000. For more classics, See our gallery
This 1951 General Motors LeSabre XP-8 was loaded with chrome and had flamboyant body contours, “Dagmar” bumper extensions, and Harley Earl's signature rear fins. Incrediby futuristic for its time, features included a rain sensor that activated the disappearing power top, electric jacks at all four corners, and electric-heated seats. For more dream cars, Read More.
The Blue Ridge Parkway offers a myriad of amazing sights and recreational opportunities along its 469 mile length. At Milepost 86 the parkway passes through the Peaks of Otter, which raises the wow factor even higher. Sharp Top, at an elevation of 3875 feet, is one of three mountain peaks towering over this region. Its pyramid shape makes it a distinctive landmark from many distant locations around Central Virginia. Read More.
The 11th Annual Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance, which showcased 201 classic cars and 56 vintage motorcycles, was held on February 12 at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. As usual, diversity is what brings the crowds, and this year, as in the past, there was something for everyone. Read More.
A 1936 Packard Coach Built, Disappearing Top was crowned America's Most Beautiful Roadster at the 2017 Grand National Roadster Show, the longest running indoor car show in the world. Read More.
A British racing car tops all classics as the highest sale during the 2017 Arizona Auction week in Scottsdale and neighboring Phoenix, AZ. An historic Italian race car and a German grand touring roadster also posted big sales numbers. Read More.
With 3000 cars on the docket, it isn't difficult to understand why Mecum Kissimmee is considered to be the biggest classic and collector-car auction in the world. But, this auction isn't all about numbers. Read More.