Vicari Auctions holds 6th annual Nocona sale this weekend

This weekend, May 4-5, Vicari Auctions holds it’s 6th annual Cruisin’ Nocona Collector Car Auction in Texas. The event starts today with a classic car cruise through the north Texas countryside.

Nocona, recognized as the “classic car capital” of Texas and voted one of America’s most fun small towns, has undergone an architectural revitalization in its downtown business district. The revitalization includes new repurposed buildings, several of which hold Wildcat Pete Horton’s vast 120-car collection/museum.

Following the cruise will be a “Parade of Classic Cars” at 3 p.m. with Vicari’s Classic & Muscle Car Auction on Friday and Saturday. The auction house anticipates 400 classic and muscle cars will cross the block, among them are 27 vehicles from Horton’s Classic Car Museum.

A few cars that caught our eye include:

2018 Dodge Demon

Vicari Auctions photos

Offered by Vicari Auctions, this Dodge Demon has less than 40 original miles and is still in the wrapper from the dealer. The car is No. 1045 and comes with 808 horsepower from the factory coupled with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Upgrades seen on this particular car include the Demon vehicle storage package, the red seatbelt option, painted black satin graphics package, and the original window sticker and all original dealer paperwork.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Tribute

Recognized as a Yenko tribute car, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is powered by a Holley Sniper fuel-injected 502ci GM performance crate engine hooked to a five-speed manual transmission. Highlights include 12-bolt POSI rearend, hydraulic clutch, new fuel tank, Yenko badging, power steering, power brakes, chrome trim and spoiler kit.

1963 Ford Galaxie 500

According to Vicari Auctions, this 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 is powered by a 406ci tri-power VC8 engine. Additionally, it has a Ford 9-inch rearend with 3.50-gears and POSI, and the exterior of the car is the correct chestnut exterior and correct chestnut interior. Completing the look is a set of 17-inch Cragar wheels. The docket notes that all three carburetors have been rebuilt and it has an updated power disc brake set-up.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Seen in its correct Dove White exterior, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS is powered by a March 1969 date code 396ci engine hooked to a 4-speed manual transmission which connects to a 12-bolt rearend with 3.42-gears. This car also comes with power disc brakes and steering in addition to a center console gauge package.

For more information on the sale, see Vicari Auctions.

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