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  • See what $300k might buy you at the Mecum Kansas City Auction

    A 2005 Ford GT was attracting attention at the Mecum Kansas City 2017 Auction on Thursday downtown at the Kansas City Convention Center. “The Ford GT is going to be one of the higher priced cars in the auction,” said David Magers, CEO of Mecum Auctions. “These cars tend to bring somewhere between $300,000-$400,000,” he said. The auction, which runs through Saturday, will feature more than 700 American classics, muscle cars, Corvettes, hot rods and other collectibles including the 2005 GT. Magers expects at least three or four bidders to be on hand for the auction of the 2005 Ford GT.

See what $300k might buy you at the Mecum Kansas City Auction

A 2005 Ford GT was attracting attention at the Mecum Kansas City 2017 Auction on Thursday downtown at the Kansas City Convention Center. “The Ford GT is going to be one of the higher priced cars in the auction,” said David Magers, CEO of Mecum Auctions. “These cars tend to bring somewhere between $300,000-$400,000,” he said. The auction, which runs through Saturday, will feature more than 700 American classics, muscle cars, Corvettes, hot rods and other collectibles including the 2005 GT. Magers expects at least three or four bidders to be on hand for the auction of the 2005 Ford GT.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star