The Branson Collector Car Auction is one of the longest-running vintage car sales in the U.S., with its 37th annual fall auction taking place at the Branson (Missouri) Convention Center.
The Branson Collector Car Auction is one of the longest-running vintage car sales in the U.S., with its 37th annual fall auction taking place October 16-17 at the Branson (Missouri) Convention Center. The Hollister, Missouri, auction company owned by Jim and Kathy Cox holds two sales in beautiful downtown Branson, with the other one taking place in the spring.
More the 250 cars are expected for the two-day sale, highlighted by hobbyist classics such as a 1955 Cadillac Eldorado convertible, a 1936 Ford cabriolet, a 1951 Crosley Hot Shot, a 1949 Lincoln convertible, a 1951 Buick, various Volkswagens, motorcycles, a number of Ford Mustang coupes and convertibles, and Corvettes ranging in years from 1965 through 1982.A 1949 Lincoln convertible is one of the cars featured at the Branson sale
Around 5,000 consigners, bidders and spectators typically attend the Branson auctions, which this past spring achieved a 65 percent sell-through rate.
Jim Cox, president and chief executive of Branson Auction and Branson Collector Cars, is a well-known collector-car enthusiast who was the 2015 recipient of the prestigious Lee Iacocca Award for his expertise and ongoing commitment to the hobby.
“I’m a gearhead. I’ve always been a gearhead,” Cox said in an auction news release. “From the moment I stepped foot in a garage to work my way through school, I fell in love with the design, mechanics, and restoration of everything from race cars to classics I grew up in, even motorcycles or nearly anything motorized with wheels.
“I’ve never fallen out of love either. I continue to cherish the memorable vehicles that have crossed my path in my lifetime.”
For more information about the Branson fall sale, visit the auction website.3 comments