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Hockeylife

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Mecum - Dallas
« on: October 18, 2020, 02:05:25 AM »
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1967 Shelby Gt350
1.   
1967 Shelby   HIGH BID   $127,500 USD
GT350   EST. PRICE   $125K-$165K USD
EXTERIOR   Candyapple Red
MECUM
INTERIOR   Black
Lot 93    Dallas
CHASSIS Nș   Shelby No. 02659 / 67212F7A02659
October 17, 2020    2:22PM (EST)
1967 Shelby Gt500
1.   
1967 Shelby   HIGH BID   $180,000 USD
GT500   EST. PRICE   $225K-$275K USD
EXTERIOR   Wimbledon White
MECUM
INTERIOR   Black
Lot 88    Dallas
CHASSIS Nș   Shelby No. 02498 / 67413F4A02498
October 17, 2020    2:09PM (EST)
2.   
1967 Shelby   SOLD   $195,000 USD
GT500   EST. PRICE   $150K-$200K USD
EXTERIOR   Nightmist Blue
MECUM
INTERIOR   Black
Lot 91    Dallas
CHASSIS Nș   Shelby No. 01953 / 67400F2A01953
October 17, 2020    2:18PM (EST)
3.   
1967 Shelby   HIGH BID   $160,000 USD
GT500   EST. PRICE   $150K-$200K USD
EXTERIOR   Lime Gold
MECUM
INTERIOR   Black
Lot 96    Dallas
CHASSIS Nș   Shelby No. 02691 / 67400F7A02691
October 17, 2020    2:28PM (EST)
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gjz30075

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Re: Mecum - Dallas
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2020, 04:57:41 AM »
Also, SFM5S192 not sold at $350,000
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Re: Mecum - Dallas
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2020, 05:19:08 PM »
Thanks for the info i missed action & forgot to Dvr it
Current
1967 GT500 #1724
Nightmist Blue /Parchment
Porsche 911 Turbo 2007 Highly modified

Previously owned
1968 GT500KR #03528
1968 GT/CS

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Re: Mecum - Dallas
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2020, 05:42:28 PM »
This is just a FWIW post on "High Bid". In auctions that have a reserve price, the "High Bid" is really not meaningful. Since the auction company has the right to bid up to the reserve price, there may not have been any real bids on a car let alone the "High Bid".

As an example, it's possible that in the case of SFM5S192 there was no real bid at $350,000.  Who knows...
« Last Edit: October 18, 2020, 07:21:08 PM by A-Snake »

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Re: Mecum - Dallas
« Reply #4 on: October 18, 2020, 07:13:36 PM »
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