Mecum will auction the Salmon Brothers Collection on June 16th, 2012 in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Offered without reserve, more than 140 automobile collection spans 100 years of American automotive history.
Twin brothers Tom and Don Salmon, avid car collectors for more than 40 years will sell their private collection of more than 140 cars along with a group of GM engines, and a variety of rare parts and road art all at no reserve. Headlined by a gathering of 1957 Chevrolet Bel Airs, the Salmon Brothers Collection also includes Corvettes, Muscle Cars, 50’s, Classics and Antiques spanning 100 years of American automotive history.
“Every car collector in the country can appreciate what the Salmon brothers have brought together over the years,” said Mecum Auctions President and CEO Dana Mecum. “Nearly every major domestic manufacturer has representative examples in this collection with vehicles ranging from a 1908 Maxwell to a Roush-powered 2008 Ford Mustang. Mecum Auctions has specialized in offering significant American automobiles since our inception 25 years ago, and the Salmon brothers collection is a superb example of our shared appreciation of American automotive heritage.”