NASCAR Hall of Fame member Ray Evernham is selling more than 30 cars from his personal collection. Scheduled to cross the block in May 2022, the fleet includes a diverse mix of vintage race cars and a handful of street-legal classics that are all offered with no reserve.
Evernham’s collecting days aren’t over. Mecum Auctions explains that he began collecting and restoring cars about two decades ago, but he’s thinning his fleet because he’s out of space. If you have a free spot (or four) in your garage, this is a rare opportunity to add some really cool cars to your collection. One of the highlights is a 1965 Brawner Hawk Ford Dean Van Lines Special that was driven by Mario Andretti in back-to-back Indy Car championships in 1965 and 1966. It’s based on a 1964 Brabham chassis and powered by a 4.2-liter V8 engine.
Evernham’s collection will cross the auction block at Mecum’s Indy 2022 sale, which is scheduled to take place in Indianapolis between May 13 and 21. And, all of these cars are offered with no reserve, meaning that each lot will be taken home by the highest bidder.
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