The Original, Largest, Best Muscle Car Auction May 12-17

Dana Mecum’s 28th Spring Classic in Indianapolis to Feature
World-Class Muscle Cars and Renowned Collections

WALWORTH, WI – April 29, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Dana Mecum’s 28th annual Spring Classic auction, recognized as the original, largest and best muscle car auction in the world, will be headlined by coveted muscle cars, Corvettes and renowned individual multi-car collections amidst a showcase of an estimated 2,000 vehicles May 12-17 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis.


1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda (Lot S111)
Photo by Theo Civitello, Courtesy of Mecum Auctions

As the auction that serves as the very foundation Mecum was built on, this annual event has taken on a life of its own, now spanning six days and drawing tens of thousands of attendees. “The Spring Classic is one of the only true national auctions held in the United States,” comments President and Founder Dana Mecum. “As the flagship event of Mecum Auctions, Indy consistently draws buyers and sellers from across the country and around the world, which translates to national reach and relevance on a global scale.”

Mecum Auctions’ deep muscle car roots will be well represented this year by the consignment of some of the world’s most sought after muscle cars including the lowest-mileage 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda (Lot S111) known to exist.


1967 Shelby 427 CSX3356 (Lot F183)
Photo by David Newhardt, Courtesy of Mecum Auctions

With nearly 2,000 consignments, there are a host of other unparalleled greats set to cross the auction block as well, with many to be offered as part of Mecum Auctions’ select catalog segments. This year’s Spring Classic catalog collection showcase will take place during Thursday and Friday evening and throughout the afternoon on Saturday, May 15-17. The high-energy and high-dollar action will captivate the attention of collector-car enthusiasts as these collections, some of the world’s most valuable muscle cars and more, cross the auction block.


1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta (Lot F188)
Photo by David Newhardt, Courtesy of Mecum Auctions

Bringing class and diversity into the auction lineup, a hand-picked selection from the Don Davis Collection is a unique assemblage of 18 stellar cars that reflect Mr. Davis’ 35 years of passionate dedication to acquiring low-production, historically meaningful cars. The collection, a majority of which has been treated to concours-quality restorations, is highlighted by his two Shelby Cobra Roadsters, a stunningly restored 1967 Shelby 427 CSX3356 (Lot F183) and a rare automatic-equipped 1965 Shelby 289 CSX2549 (Lot F186). Also to be offered from this select group is Davis’ 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta (Lot F188) that was factory built to U.S. specifications and is unrestored save for a single repaint.


1958 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible (Lot S91)
Photo by David Newhardt, Courtesy of Mecum Auctions

Other featured collections include the 1958 Fuelie Collection (Lots S91-S98), a special selection of eight 1958 Fuelie Corvettes representing every color available that year from Larry Gerig’s Corvette Classic Museum in Fort Wayne, Ind.; the Danny Hill Collection (Lots S130-S149), a selection of 23 big-block full-size muscle cars from the Golden Era of Muscle; the Rick Baker Ford Collection (Lots F213-F241); the Mike Yager “My Garage” Collection (Lots T226-T236), a group of 11 Corvettes from the Effingham, Ill., -based auto museum owned by Yager, CEO of MidAmerica Motorworks; and a quartet of specialty muscle cars from the Mike Guarise Collection (Lots S103-S106), to name just a few.


1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback (Lot S142)
Photo by Dan Duckworth, Courtesy of Mecum Auctions

Click here to view the Digital Catalog Segments for: Thursday, Friday and Saturday 

New this year, in addition to the exceptional collector-car lineup, is Mecum’s Indy Motorcycle Auction Segment to be held May 14 featuring 100 select vintage and collectible motorcycles headlined by the Shreffler’s Land of Lincoln Harley-Davidson Collection.


2005 Ford GT (Lot F221)
Photo by Carol Duckworth, Courtesy of Mecum Auctions

The entire auction is open to buyers, sellers and spectators. Bidder registration is $100 and includes admission for two for all six auction days. General admission tickets are available at the gate for $20 per person, per day; children 12 and younger receive complimentary admission. Doors open each day at 8 a.m. with the auction beginning daily at 10 a.m. NBC Sports Network will broadcast 15 hours of auction coverage, including seven live, and a live stream of the entire auction will be presented at


1971 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 Convertible (Lot S105)
Photo by Dan Duckworth, Courtesy of Mecum Auctions

Mecum’s website is updated daily with the latest consignments including detailed descriptions and photographs of the vehicles. To view the list, to consign a vehicle or to register as a bidder for this and all Mecum auctions, visit or call (262) 275-5050.

About Mecum Auctions

Nobody sells more than Mecum. Nobody. The Mecum Auction Company is the world leader of collector car, vintage and antique motorcycle, and Road Art sales, hosting auctions throughout the United States. The company has been specializing in the sale of collector cars for 28 years, now offering more than 15,000 vehicles per year and averaging more than one auction each month. Established by President Dana Mecum in 1988, Mecum Auctions remains a family-run company headquartered in Walworth, Wis. For further information, visit or call (262) 275-5050. Follow along with Mecum’s social media news and join us on Facebook,  Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram.


  • Indiana State Fairgrounds, 1202 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205
  • May 12-17, 2015
  • Admission: $20 per person, per day; children 12 and younger receive complimentary admission
  • Preview: Gates open daily at 8 a.m.
  • Auction: Vehicles start daily at 10 a.m. with Road Art 30 minutes prior
  • TV Schedule (NBCSN):
    • Thursday, May 14 from 12:30-5 p.m. (Live),
    • Friday, May 15 from 12-3 p.m. (Live),
    • Saturday, May 16 from 9-11 p.m. (same day delay),
    • Sunday, May 17 from 9-11 p.m. (next day delay), and also on
    • Wednesday, May 20 from 11 p.m.-3 a.m. (delay).
      (All times Eastern)