Mecum Kissimmee Classic Car Auction Price Comparison 2023/2024

January, 2024

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Mecum’s reported sales at their 2024 Kissimmee auction of $275 million is certainly a positive indication of the strength of the classic car market for the start the year. The sell-through rate (excluding non-vehicles lots) was 70% over the 13-day auction. During the most important auction days, when premium vehicles cross the auction block (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday), the sell-through-rate was slightly higher at 72%. Note these are preliminary sales reports, and “after-auction” sales may result in different sales statistics.

The following summary provides a comparison of select vehicle prices, comparing sale prices at the January Kissimmee event in 2023 and 2024.


VehicleAverage PricePrice Change
 in 2023in 2024in 2024
1969 Camaro Z28 (Non RS)$ 74,067$ 80,3008%
1969 Camaro Z28 (RS + Cross Ram + JL8 Disc Brakes$167,750$176,0005%
1970 Boss 302$124,850$104,375-16%
1970 Superbird 440 Auto$257,750$208,083-19%
1970 Superbird 440 4-Speed$239,250$282,70018%
1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe$187,688$168,861-10%
1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe Fuelie$281,417$299,2926%
1970 Chevelle LS6$198,917$187,917-5%
1957 Bel Air Convertible$104,867$ 95,700-9%
1957 Thunderbird E Code$ 99,000$ 62,425-37%
1969 Pontiac Trans Am$165,000$146,438-11%
1970 Cuda AAR$199,833$160,688-20%
1969 Mustang Boss 429$449,167$448,250<-1%
2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon$193,875$148,469-23%
1970 Shelby GT350 Convertible$220,000$173,250-21%


  • Highlighted Cells are based on only one data point. All other entries are an average of two or more vehicle sales.
  • All prices include a buyer’s commission, which is 10% above the hammer price.
  • Customized vehicles and Restomods weren’t included in this evaluation because of the extensive variations in equipment modifications, and therefore, the perceived value.