The Vicari Auction Company’s first-ever auction during Cruisin’ Nocona in North Texas was a big success, with a wide variety of classic and collector vehicles fetching $2.6 million in sales.
Vicari’s top seller from the April 20 sale was a rare 1963 ZO6 Chevrolet Corvette, which had been in storage since the 1980s, with a fuel injected 327-cu.in. V8, big brake option and four-speed transmission, for $260,000. Other significant lots included a 1962 Corvette convertible for $150,000 and a 1954 Buick Skylark, which sold for $100,000.
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