Follow Stephen Cox and John Kraman as they peruse one of the finest collections in the south! Possessing some of the most highly respected and sought-after vehicles to ever grace the automotive market, The Horton Classic Car Museum Collection is an assemblage curated by a husband and wife duo who are passionate about collecting some of the rarest automobiles in the world. Hailing from the extravagant Horton Classic Car Museum in Nocona, Texas, the Horton collection of more than 100 museum-quality vehicles is prepared to impress bidders and onlookers alike as examples from makers like Ford, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile and many more make their way past the auction block in a never-before-seen offering sure to excite even the most diehard classic car collectors. With iconic vehicles such as a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner Convertible, a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback and an exemplary 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible, The Horton Classic Car Museum Collection is an assemblage developed to attract collector car enthusiasts seeking top-tier examples pulled from every genre of automotive design and performance. Those interested in an opportunity to bid on remarkable vehicles or fans simply intrigued by museum-maintained collector cars need not wait another moment—the ultimate collector car offering has arrived, and it’s giving Mecum bidders a chance to claim a piece as their own when the hammer drops this April in Houston, Texas.
Sneak Preview of Horton Classic Car Collection