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Mecum Chattanooga 2023 brings in $13.2 million in sales

This past weekend Mecum returned to the Chattanooga Convention Center for it’s annual collector car auction. During the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival 393 vehicles hammered sold in two days, bringing in $13.2 million in overall sales.

The top seller of the entire auction was a super cool car with a racing background. A 2012 Riley Daytona Prototype IMSA Racecar (Lot F126), with a new 5.0L BMW V-8 engine and a 6 speed manual transmission, formerly campaigned by Michael Shank Racing. It sold for $203,500.

Numbers two and three on the Top Ten sales belong to a pair of Corvettes. One from 1958 (Lot S123) that has been customized with modern day upgrades and an almost new 2023 Z06 3LZ Convertible (Lot S82) in stock condition with 23 miles showing.

The entire Top Ten in sales reads as follows;

1.) 2012 Riley Daytona Prototype IMSA Racecar (Lot F126) – $203,500

2.) 1958 Chevrolet Corvette Custom (Lot S123) – $203,500

3.) 2023 Corvette Z06 3LZ Convertible (Lot S82) – $176,000

4.) 2022 Mercedes-Benz G550 (Lot S156) – $167,150

5.) 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (Lot S76.1) – $145,750

6.) 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon (Lot S155) – $121,000

7.) 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo S (Lot S213) – $115,000

8.) 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible (Lot S118) – $112,750

9.) 1990 Ferrari Testarossa (Lot S106) – $105,600

10.) 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible (Lot S158) – $104,500

To see complete auction results, you can sign up for a free MyMecum account at To consign a vehicle, or register as a bidder for upcoming auctions, visit or call (262) 275-5050.


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