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Mecum Collector Car Auction returning to Houston and NRG Center March 31st – April 2nd

Popular collector car auction Mecum is set to make it’s return to Houston and the NRG Center at the end of March and this time The Triple J Ranch Auto Collection is set to headline at No Reserve.

With nearly 180 of the 1,000 vehicles estimated to cross the block, The Triple J Ranch Auto Collection will bring an eclectic mix of American classics, Corvettes, muscle cars, trucks, customs, motorcycles and movie cars.

Headlining the auction from The Triple J Collection, is a pair of 1969 Pontiacs. The first, a 1969 Pontiac Trans Am (Lot S48) with a 400 CI V-8 engine with Ram Air and automatic transmission. The second is a 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge (Lot S56) with a matching 400 CI Ram Air V-8 engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. Also headlining the Houston lineup is a trio of Ford Mustangs. In this trio is a meticulously restored 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback (lot S122) with a 427/780 HP crate engine and a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission, a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Fastback (Lot S58) with a 302/290 HP V-8 engine and a 4-speed manual transmission from Triple J, and a 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Fastback (Lot F103) with a 351 CI engine and a 4-speed manual transmission.



When they say that Triple J has an eclectic mix and something for everyone, they mean it. Amongst this group of off the wall and unique autos, are a 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS (Lot F22.1) with just 13,810 miles and a 5.0L V-8 engine, a 4-speed 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe (Lot S54) with a 427/435 HP engine, a 2006 Ford Mustang Saleen S281 Convertible (Lot S20) which is No. 6 of the 155 produced and a 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (Lot S36), one of 214 in black that shows a mere 649 miles.

From the replica movie assemblage, we will see a 2015 golf cart (Lot F3.1) built to replicate the Flintmobile from The Flintstones, a 1967 Ford Econoline Mystery Machine Replica Van (Lot F5) finished to look like the Mystery Machine with the green and blue livery and a 1959 Cadillac Ghostbusters ECTO 1 Replica (Lot F6.1). Complete with proton packs, traps and particle throwers in the cargo compartment, whoever goes home with it definitely won’t be afraid of no ghosts.

Triple J will feature some prewar classics including a 1916 Buick D-55 Touring (Lot T-9), a 1924 Ford Model T Coupe (Lot T4.1) and a 1928 Ford Model A Roadster (Lot T6) among others.

Bidder registration for Mecum Houston 2022 is available in advance online at and on site at the auction for $200. It includes admission for two to all three auction days. If you want to bid but are unable to attend in person, there are enhanced remote bidding options available with options for both telephone and online bidding.

The doors will open daily at 8am with the auction beginning at 10am. General admission tickets are available in advance online for $20 per person, per day, and for $30 at the door and online after March 30th. Children 12 and younger will receive complimentary admission and presiding health and safety protocols will remain in place for all those in attendance.

If you can’t attend in person but don’t want to miss a minute of the action, MotorTrend has you covered; Friday April 1st from 11am to 5pm (Live on MotorTrendTV and MotorTrend+), and 5pm to 5am (MotorTrendTV); Saturday April 2nd from 11am to 5pm (Live on MotorTrendTV and MotorTrend+) and 5pm to 5am (MotorTrendTV).

For more information on Houston 2022 and the 2022 auctions, visit To view the list, consign a vehicle or register as a bidder for this and all Mecum events, you can visit or call (262) 275-5050.


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