Huge Hoard of Classic Cars to Be Auctioned in Iowa

A huge hoard of classic cars is set to be auctioned off one by one in September of 2019 from the Iowa-based VanDerBrink Auctions. The 90 cars were all collected by one owner, who has been asked by both his girlfriend and his daughter to begin the process of getting rid of his huge collection of American muscle cars.

Among some of car-collector Coyote Jonson’s most prized cars are multiples of Plymouth Roadrunners, Ford Mustangs, and Dodge Chargers, among many other types of cars. The collection has been growing for the past 40 years and was kept by Johnson in barns he had purpose-built for the vehicles. Now, the sale of these incredible cars will mark one of the largest of its kind in the U.S.

Not all of the cars are in good working order and the sales are made on an as-is basis. However, some of them are complete with new paint jobs and reworked engines. The auction is set to take place on September 14th in Red Oak, Iowa, at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds -with pre-registration beginning on the 13th and online bidding available. Despite the high value of some of these cars, they are being sold with no reserve!

You can visit the auction VanDerBrink website to see each car of the Iowa Muscle Car Hoard in detail. Or you can get an overview of the cars by watching the video below.

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