MAG ready for its fourth Hot August Nights auction

MAG ready for its fourth Hot August Nights auction

Around 500 cars, and a few collectible bicycles, to cross the block in Reno

The Motorsports Auction Group – founded to stage collector car auctions after Barrett-Jackson vacated that role at the annual Hot August Nights celebration – will offer its fourth annual sale August 8-10 in Reno, Nevada.

The auction will take place in the Reno/Sparks Convention Center in Reno, where Hot August Nights takes place for the 33rd year. MAG co-founder Mike Oberle said to expect a docket of around 500 vehicles.

This 1971 Chevrolet El Camino will be sold to benefit Hot August Night’s charity program

Among the featured vehicles are:

4x4s, including a 1973 Ford Bronco, 1972 Jeep CJ5A, 2008 Ford F250 monster truck and 1978 Chevrolet Blazer.

Tri-Five Chevys, including a customized 1955 210 station wagon, 1955 Bel Air sedan, 1955 201 2-door sedan and 1955 Bel Air Pro Touring hard-top.

Goats, including a trio of 1965 as well as a 1968 Pontiac GTO.

Mopar muscle, including a 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona re-creation, 2018 Dodge Demon coupe, 1970 Dodge Coronet and 1971 Dodge Super Bee.

Bullitts, including a 1968 Ford Mustang GT in Bullitt trim and a 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt.

Ponies, including a 1966 Ford Mustang convertible, 1965 Mustang custom, 1967 Mustang 390 fastback and 1968 Shelby GT500 coupe.

A variety of vintage Schwinn Sting Rays are on the docket

Also on the docket are a variety of Chevrolet Corvettes and other four-wheel vehicles, as well as a collection of 1968-70 Schwinn Sting Ray bicycles including a Cotton Picker, Lemon Peeler, Pea Picker, Apple Krate, Orange Krate and Grey Ghost.

To see the full docket, visit the MAG website.

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  • Ron Schranz
    August 6, 2019, 4:31 PM

    I am looking to buy a 1967 Fairlane 500 XL but the last time I visited the Hot August night there were very few Fairlanes at all ??

    Would love to receive info on any 67 XL’s at the show: rschranz@hotmail.com


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