Dates: May 7-9, 2015
Location: 411 Main Street
Gates open: 8:30 a.m.
Collectibles: 10:00 a.m.
Cars: 11:00 a.m.
Bidder Fee: $50
Auction Position Request Fees: Standard Entry–$150, Prime Time Entry–$200, Feature Entry–$300
Join Vicari Auction in Nocona, the Classic Car Capital of Texas. Nocona, voted one of America’s most fun small towns, has undergone an architectural revitalization in its downtown business district. New and repurposed buildings have brought the city to life and turned the charming town into a lively tourist attraction. Wildcat Pete Horton and his wife Barbara keep their vast 120-car collection on display in several 50’s era buildings in the town center that will be available to tour during the event. The 2014 Cruisin’ Nocona event has been extended to 3 days consisting of a Classic Car Poker Cruise, daily car shows and two full days of collector car auctions. Cruisin’ Nocona gets rolling Thursday April 30th at 10:00 am with a “Starting Of The Engines” by Mayor Robert Fenoglio and a 3:00 pm “Parade of Classic Cars” that afternoon. Vicari’s Classic & Muscle Car Auction will run on Friday and Saturday, with gates opening each day at 8:30 am.
Sell a Car Information and Auction Position Request form
Buy a Car Information and Bidder Registration Form
Auction Policies (check-in, removal, etc.)
View Listing of Consigned Cars
For the convenience of our customers we work with a local car detailer that you can use to detail your vehicle during the event:
The Horton Classic Car Museum houses over 120 cars mostly focusing on American vintage, classic and muscle cars.
Register for the Classic Car Poker Cruise, top prize of $1,000 for the best hand.
Register for the Car Show, prices awarded for each day.
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Listed below are our proud sponsors for the Nocona Auction:
Co title Sponsors:
Gibbs Drug Store
Muenster Drilling Company, Inc.
Lexus – Dallas
WB Jones Construction, Inc.
VFW Post 8558
Cris A. Lemon, CPA
Hadley Printing & Office Supply
L.P. Gas Co, Inc.
Edward Jones Investments/Tyler Thomas
Holli-Tex Supply Co.
Prime Cut Steakhouse