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April 6, 2018

By: Sinjin


Our Top 5 Picks for The Mecum Houston Auction this Weekend

The Mecum Houston auction is this weekend and we went through and picked out some cool rides that caught our attention. So be sure to keep an eye out for these this weekend and see what these cars end up bringing!


1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Fastback

Lot: S42

This 302 Boss is just done right! This 302 in Grabber Blue comes in factory correct condition with a detailed engine compartment, correct assembly line decals and hose clamps. Like all 1970 Boss 302s, this one comes with competition suspension, shock tower bracing, staggered rear shocks, a front spoiler, power front disc breaks, and a dual exhaust. Expected to bring around $60,000-$70,000, this car is offered with no reserve so keep an eye out to see how much this Boss brings!


1957 Chevrolet Nomad

Lot: S59

The Chevy Nomad is a wagon that means business.  You can’t go wrong with the iconic styling, especially is such good condition. It comes with plenty of comforts for a car this age such as air conditioning, power steering, tilt steering column, tinted glass and an Alpine CD stereo. The Nomad is a two door station wagon with wraparound rear side windows that give this ride some serious style anywhere that it goes. It is estimated to go anywhere from $55,000 to $65,000 and is also offered with no reserve so keep an eye on this one!


1970 Plymouth Superbird

Lot: S112

We have already written about this Superbird earlier but it is just too good not to mention in this list. This one of 308 produced as optioned and 2000 ever produced is destined for big money! With 66,000 actual miles and it’s original 4 speed transmission this car could bring anywhere from $183,000 to $389,000. Everyone should be watching this car roll across the block to see how much this pristine car brings.


1956 Ford F100 Pickup

Lot: S20

1956 Ford F100 style meets big-block Ford power for this killer ride. This custom pickup in Viper Yellow is chromed out with a wraparound windshield. This Ford is set up with a 429 Ci V-8 engine with a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, Jegs fuel pump and a dual exhaust. Featured with a lowered suspension, staggered 17-inch front and 20-inch rear American Racing wheels. This F100 is estimated to go anywhere from $27,500-$32,500 and also offered with no reserve.


1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429

Lot: S136.1

Two mustangs on the list? Sorry but we just couldn’t pass it up! This Mustang is 1 of only 279 equipped with the rare 820-S NASCAR solid lifter engine and smooth chin spoiler. This car is well documented with original glovebox warranty papers, build sheet, both invoices, manuals, and letters from Ford.  This car is a concours restoration so it’s truly anyone’s guess on what type of money it could bring but it is sure to be a star of the show!


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