Hundreds of classic cars will take the stage for auction at Pinnacle Bank Arena | cafeteria

Once the red carpet rolls out at Pinnacle Bank Arena later this week, more than 225 cars will roll onto it — almost all of them high-value American horsepower, drawn from all over the Midwest.

Four Corvettes so far. Five Trans Ams. Nine Camaros. A pair of Mercedes and a BMW. A Monza and a Maverick. A pickup built in 1928 and another in 2014.

“Classic cars. Antique cars. Special interest cars,” said Dave Hanner, co-owner of Minnesota-based Remlinger Collector Car Auctions. “There’s a little something for everyone.”

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He predicted the Friday-Saturday auction could top $3 million in sales, with some of the cars — like a ’57 Chevy, a ’69 Corvette and several Trans Ams from Dave Hall’s shop — expected to sell. for more than six digits. But others can go for less than $5,000, he said.

Hanner has sold cars here before. In 2019, he teamed up with the Hall of Lincoln’s Restore A Muscle Car to fill the Lancaster Events Center with nearly 300 cars.

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Hall had hoped to make it an annual auction and move it to the arena, but the pandemic halted his plans in 2020 and 2021.

Now he brought it back, but with some changes.

Here’s how to buy, sell or view:

* It will cost you this year – $15 to get in the doors each day, or $25 for a two-day pass and a registration on offer.

* Most cars will be inspected by Thursday afternoon and potential buyers can view for free that day.

*Doors open Friday and Saturday at 8 a.m., and in-person bidding will begin at 9:30 a.m.

* Online bidding has started at Proxibid.com.

* Remlinger Collector Car Auctions will accept cars to sell until Thursday afternoon. Call 507-450-3173, go to remlingerauctions.com or pick up your car at the arena on Wednesday or Thursday.

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