Now, first off, this collection is very very cool, and we like the folks at Mecum. But. The last huge no reserve auction ( Warner Auction) they did had a small bit of drama behind the scenes. So, I suppose it’s like the rest of the culture. And the world of buying and selling classic boats with ownership sometimes strange to document because of old state laws. So will this be the case again? No reserve means just that? Right? Or in the case of lets say
The Bear Cat, I only offer 100 bucks and NO ONE! That means you, bids. Do I get it for 100 bucks? Somehow I doubt that will happen. But that is the idea behind No Reserve, To entice you into thinking that one of these boats could go for nothing, and the market will find the price.
Or how about the Cool slick Cobra? Do you leave it like this? Hell ya! How bad ass is that sucker. You would have the only one, thats for sure.
Or Miss Cincinnati? Not the this one. Really, we need to point this out?
THIS ONE, The boat one.
How about getting into the Vintage Racing scene?