Mecum Auto Auction 2020
Mecum Kissimmee is the worlds largest collector car auction. Bidders can register in advance and receive a discount at www.mecum.com. Bidder registration will also be available on site. Reduced rate tickets can also be purchased in advance at Mecum.com. Tickets will be available on site. Parts of the sale will be televised on live on NBC Sports Network. Watch the livestream HERE
VEHICLE DROP OFF
Sunday through Wednesday, December 29-January 1 from 8 AM-6 PM
ROAD ART DROP OFF
Saturday through Wednesday, December 28-January 1 from 8 AM-6 PM
Gates open daily at 7:30 AM
Gates close one hour after the final vehicle of the day crosses the block.
Thursday through Wednesday, January 2-8 at 10 AM
Thursday through Saturday, January 9-11 at 9 AM
Sunday, January 12 at 10 AM
As the number of vehicles crossing the auction block varies each day, we are unable to publish a specific end time for any day of the auction.
Thursday through Sunday, January 2-5 from 8-10 AM
Monday, January 6 at 8 AM
Tuesday and Wednesday, January 7-8 from 8-10 AM
Thursday through Saturday, January 9-11 from 8-9 AM
Thursday through Sunday, January 2-5 at approximately 9:30 AM (signature guitars)
Monday, January 6 at 1 PM (50 collector-grade guitars)
Tuesday and Wednesday, January 7-8 at approximately 9:30 AM (signature guitars)
Thursday, January 9 at approximately 8:30 AM (20 collector-grade guitars)
Friday, January 10 at approx. 8:45 AM (signature guitars)
Saturday, January 11 at 8 AM (50 collector-grade guitars)
CLICK HERE for the Daily Scheudule of Events
No outside food and beverage. No weapons. No therapy pets. Only service animals. No bags larger than 14” x 14” x 6” are allowed inside the venue.
Diaper bags and medical bags are permitted but subject to a full security screening. No backpacks are permitted. Metal detectors are in use. For a complete list of our policies, please click here.
Parking & Directions
Located off West 192, just two miles west of the Florida Turnpike, the Silver Spurs Arena can be accessed off Shake Rag Road or Bill Beck Boulevard. There will be parking attendees that will help point you to your designated parking area.
General Parking fee $10 CASH ONLY / No Credit/Debit card will be accepted for parking purposes.
Click HERE for Directions
All Electric and Dry Camping RV sites are now FULL.
If you do not have a reservation, upon your arrival you can check RV site availability with parking attendants. If there is availability, they will assist you in reserving a site.
1968 Ford Mustang GT "Bullitt"
The Bullitt Mustang is a car that extends far beyond being just another top-notch collector car. It’s a car that was once thought lost to the passage of time, and with its reemergence, its unparalleled cultural significance has solidified it as a bona fide piece of pop-culture art and as an undeniable remnant of an incredible moment in movie and automotive history.
With Steve McQueen behind the wheel during the filming of 1968’s “Bullitt,” it redefined the way audiences would forever view car chases, creating a blueprint for the way those scenes should be shot, and that enduring legacy is something the car will forever carry with it.
McQueen viewed the car as a key character in itself, and it couldn’t be any more apparent today that his view was correct, as the Bullitt Mustang has once again achieved complete and utter stardom on the public stage. With its public unveiling and renewed reputation for greatness, the Bullitt Mustang is now ready for its next starring role. Click the link below for more info and photos:
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