GAA Classic Cars Auction Summer 2022
Celebrating 10 years at “The Palace” in Greensboro, NC, GAA Classic Cars just completed their three-day summer auction, showcasing over 650 vehicles. There was a variety of classic cars on the docket, everything from show cars to weekend cruisers. Realizing an almost 85% sell-through rate, twenty vehicles of those sold for $100,000 or more. It seems, the classic car hobby is still strong, despite the uncertainty of the current economy.
Here’s some of the great classics we saw, including the top 10 sales and a surprise breakout sale that had the whole auction buzzing.
Top Ten Sales
A 2005 Ford GT in Speed Yellow was the top selling car of the auction. These 2nd generation Ford Le Mans winning racers continue to be highly-coveted collectibles.
|2005 Ford GT||$435,000|
|1970 Hemi Cuda||$205,000|
|1965 Corvette Resto Mod||$180,000|
|1970 Chevelle LS6 SS||$165,000|
|2021 M-B G Class||$165,000|
|1956 Chevy Nomad||$150,000|
|1969 Camaro Show Car||$145,000|
|2012 Ferrari FF||$145,000|
|1971 Mustang Marketing Car||$125,000|
|1966 Lincoln Continental||$120,000|
|2012 Corvette Mod (1963 Split Window)||$120,000|
1965 Falcon Sprint – Breakout Sale
The bidding started off strong when this good-looking Falcon convertible rolled up on the auction block. It was apparent that several bidders wanted this classic since the offers kept coming well beyond the reserve price and didn’t stop until the price reached $83,000. That’s certainly strong money and might be a record price for this model.