Six Mack Trucks Offered At No Reserve at Tom Mack’s Auction May 21st
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Would you add a Mack truck to your car collection?
Not all car collections have to feature high-end luxury cars or performance muscle cars, some of them feature cars that are a little different than the norm. With some of the ‘typical’ players going for insane prices, collectors are looking outside of the classic Bentleys, Mustangs, Camaros, and Cudas to find something to add to their collection. If this sounds like you, here are some unique Mack trucks that are going to be available at the upcoming Tom Mack Auctions event. Here are two such examples to check out ahead of the event.
1958 Mack Model B-61 T
With a Holmes twin boom Wrecker, diesel engine, and single screw, this is a running, driving, and operating truck and wrecker. See it here.
1948 Mack EH
This single screw, gas engine truck has a 10-speed transmission. It was restored and parked in a museum in running condition 10 years ago. It’s now a non-running project that could be your next overhaul. See it here.
Register to bid at https://tommackclassics.com.
Tom Mack Auctions is honored to offer the auto and truck collection of the late Buddy Bennett of Bennett Classics Museum in Forest City, NC. The live event will take place on May 21st at 10 a.m EST. Approximately 60 vehicles including cars, trucks, and tractors will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of price at NO RESERVE. In addition, there are seven large desirable neon signs, 2 large round vintage signs, a Cushman vendor scooter, and a Whizzer motorbike and these items will also be sold without reserve to the highest bidder.
The auction will be held at Bennett Classics Auto Museum, 241 Vance Street (just off of Main Street) Forest City, NC 28043. Forest City is located between Asheville, NC and Gastonia, NC on Highway 74. Auction will be held on Saturday, May 21 starting at 10:00 AM. Bidding will be live on-site, by phone, or on the internet. See bidding details here. For more information contact Tim Tuck at [email protected].
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