DALTON, Ohio — The auction crew from Kiko Classic Car Auctions hosted their Fall Classic Car Auction at the Buckeye Event Center Nov. 20 in Dalton, Ohio. More than 450 bidders, sellers and curious classic car buffs watched as 35 classic vehicles were sold.
The auction began with memorabilia pieces and two classic pedal cars then the 35 classic vehicles were offered next at absolute auction. Vehicles included something for everyone from a 1959 Volkswagen dune buggy and two Chevrolet Tin Woodies to a 1974 Chevrolet Camaro and a 1947 Ford pickup.
Highlights of the auction included a 1952 Chevrolet Tin Woodie that sold for $20,350, a 1951 Chevrolet Tin Woodie that sold for $15,960 and a 1967 Chevrolet Corvair that sold for $15,400.
The Ohio law allowing multiple owners of classic vehicles to combine their vehicles into a large scale auction, like those seen on TV, changed in 2009.
Estes Auctions of Medina, Ohio, held a radio auction Nov. 20 at the Expo Auction Center in Burbank, Ohio.
The radios, from The Deco Period of the 1930s, brought good prices.
Top-selling items included a Green Circle Grill Motorola Catalin at $4,000, RCA Golden Gate Bridge Radio for $1,800, Sparton Bluebird Glass Radio for $2,300, Sparton Sled Radio for $2,000, Addison Model 50 in red for $1,000, Zenith 12 Tube “Walton” Radio for $2,800, Burns Petal Horn Speaker for $500, Addison 5131 5E Catalin for $900, Emerson AU 190 Catalin Yellow for $900, Pioneer Scan Disc TV for $1,700, Nesco Type 143 WWI Receiver, $1,900, National Union Tube Advertising Clock for $475, RCA Tubes sign for $250, Troy 5x Glass Radio $2,000, Cord Glass Mermaid Radio for $1,200, Marantz 105 AMP for $1,700, pair of ARI Speakers for $1,400 and a McIntosh AMP for $900.
There were many other radios that sold in the $400 and $500 price range.
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