Carroll’s Cobra Goes for Nearly $6 Million Auction action may have been a little cooler in Scottsdale last month, that was not the case in Kissimmee, Fla., where Mecum Auctions held its annual 10-day spectacle from Jan. 7-16. The $122.8 million total was the highest single-auction result in Mecum’s 34-year history. That take was spread […]
At Mecum’s Indianapolis Auction, a 1970 Plymouth Hemi ’Cuda convertible, one of just 14 built, sold for $1.98m. This was not a surprise, nor a record. But it was a showstopper, as Hemi ’Cuda convertibles have been for years. If you aren’t familiar with the car, $2m-$3.5m prices may seem bizarre for an original $5,500 price tag.