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Top 10 – Kissimmee Mecum Auction

Last week’s Kissimmee Mecum sale has come and gone. Here’s the top ten sales results:

1. 1965 Shelby GT350R Prototype

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

The first R Model built, 5R002, Ken Miles Flying Mustang, Professionally restored by John Brown of Thoroughbred Restorations in Oklahoma City, OK
Final Price: $3,750,000

2. 2020 McLaren Speedtail

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

4.0L/1035HP twin turbo V8, 100 of 106
Final Price: $3,300,000

3. 1992 Ferrari F40

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

2936CC twin turbo V8, 5 Speed, 8,732 miles
Final Price: $2,750,000

4. 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

2996CC, 4 Speed, Professional restoration by Mark Passarelli, Rudge knock-offs
Final Price: $2,640,000

5. 1951 Hirohata Mercury Custom

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

331CI Cadillac V8, Iconic custom built by Sam and George Barris, 2017 National Historic Vehicle Register
Final Price: $2,145,000

6. 2016 Pagani Huayra

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

6.0L/620 HP twin-turbocharged V12, 725 miles, 1 of 100
Final Price: $2,117,500

7. 1967 Shelby 427 Cobra Roadster

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

CSX3281, Fully restored
Final Price: $1,430,000

8. 1936 White Model 706 Glacier National Park Tour Bus

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

318CI, 4 Speed, originally utilized at Yellowstone National Park, No. 363 of 500 built for use at US National Parks, fully restored
Final Price: $1,430,000

9. 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

3.6L/355HP, 5 Speed, Featured in the 1995 Film ‘Bad Boys’, 1 of less than 350 for US Market in 1994
Final Price: $1,430,000

10. 1961 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster

(Courtesy: Mecum Auctions)

2996CC, 4 Speed, Restored by marque expert Jurgen Klockeman
Final Price: $1,375,000

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