Mecum Auctions Tim Wellborn Collection HD



End to End Coverage of the Wellborn Musclecar Museum’s sale of 22 out of 24 cars in 45 minutes, earning a total of $4.5M. Watch the HEMI Daytona earn record money and Pam Wellborn say “No” to selling one of her favorite cars. January 2015 Kissimmee Mecum.

25 comments

  1. Its sad that with them prices i will never own one.. I played with them as hot wheels. .I can only collect the toys because cars have become out of reach for the normal folk..I just pray that the people who do own them know there Blessed…

  2. Bidders beware. I'm from Illinois so I paided extra to have Chris from Mecuon over look lot S203 a 68 camaro convertible for me. Having faith and trust in Chris and Mecum I began to ask chris questions about the camaro he said it's a clean car with a new top new interior with no rust, dent's or scratches on it and that the camaro Is immaculate. Having faith in Chris I began bidding over the phone Chris said why don't you knock it out the park and start the bidding at 30K I said no way I'll start at 10k. I felt as I was overbidding myself I ended up winning the bid for 33k Once I got the Camaro it had 2 deep scratches rust on the hood the 2 front tires were flat. The Porter had a hard time getting it off because it wouldn't start Looking under it has oil leak in the front and the rear seal. Once I got it started I was unable to go over 15 mph. The top had 2 rips on it and is very hard and difficult to put down and back up the interior looked years old with mold on the bottom of it as if it was waterlogged. The motor has a knock the trunk is full of rust no wiring for head and tail lights no wiring for the wiper motor no radio back windows are off track and don't close it's hard to open the drivers door front suspension is really bad and unsafe power steering pump is leaking the rear air shocks are blown. Long story short the cost of the camaro was $41,480 after shipping taxes and is going to need another $12,000 to get it in a safe driving condition. The way Mecum and Chris described this camaro was a total lie and completely false advertisement. I'm going to post a YouTube video of the 68 camaro. I'm also going to post on Facebook tictock and file a complaint with the Attorney General and better business burial.

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  4. In February of 1970 I saw a orange wing car stuck in the snow near my house 40 years later found out who owened it 440 3×2 stick traded it for a Chevy never bought a jeues Chrysler again

  5. I was driving home from work, a Firestone dealer had a thrashed superbird on the lot, the rear wing was cut off. Only stubs were left, this car was ran very hard

  6. In 1969 car was worth 3,400 now sold for 900 thousands bet you wish u bought a few for great invest ments

  7. I think it's almost comical how much people are willing to pay for a Dodge Daytona, it's not like it's any better a car than the day it came out of the factory, it's build quality is still just marginal, missing bolts, plastic interior, the car hasn't transformed into a Rolls Royce or a Bugatti. I guess if you've got the money it's a different story, but why pay a million large for a car that was $3500 new, it's the same $3500 car, only the perception has changed, it certainly doesn't give me chills, but if I could go back in time to 1969 I'd buy a few.

  8. Spy my Billy passing in front of the Boss 429 9:13 10:06 😥miss you. Taken way too soon. This was the first time he took our son, Brad to the auction. It feels good to spy him in the crowd with his friends, Hank and Ed. Again at 47:24 beside the 66 Shelby Transporter Truck. These cars were his passion! Mustang, Boss, Shelby.

  9. The Charger Daytona is a rare bird indeed. Forget the numbers they claimed were produced but it was a flat out lie. They're not more than 500 of those cars according to a relative who worked in the assembly plant building them. Said the Nascar rep was there counting the cars rolling of the line(as they had to produce 500 1st before France would allow it to run on the track) and as they drove them by they just went around the plant and got back in line to be counted again.

  10. Mecum made a mistake. Eldon Palmer was driving a Challenger conv. When he hit the grandstand. I know Eldon
    For many years.

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  12. Wow can you guys out there imagine sitting there just buying up all these beautys and not care? Then you get to go to one of your mansions and sit back and just wait for the next auction? It sounds like alot of fun but most of us will never get to do stuff like this!!

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