Little Rock, Arkansas. October 9, 2007–Cars rolled in, big block engines roared, Kruse International Auctioneers shouted bids and ringmen ran up and down the stadium seats at the Barton Coliseum two weekends ago in Little Rock, Arkansas. Kruse hosted a great auction with $1.7 million in sales selling 60% of the vehicles entered.

Bidders traveled from all over the surrounding area to see some of the most desirable cars around. Kruse along with local representatives Bud and Linda Ward enjoyed working together and look forward to returning to Little Rock again.

Kruse International is the oldest and largest auction house in the Nation for vintage vehicles of all types, and we look forward to hosting many more auctions in the future. Kruse continues to book more collector car auctions than any other company in the industry, and continues to add more to our calendar!

The top ten sales at the Little Rock Auction are as follows (not including 6% Buyer’s Premium):

· 1959 Cadillac: $212,000

· 1959 Cadillac Eldorado: $202,460

· 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible: $92,750

· 1941 Cadillac Touring: $69,960

· 2002 Ford 1966 Cobra Replica K : $48,230

· 1959 Ford Thunderbird Convertible: $43,990

· 1930 Lincoln 177P: $43,460

· 1998 Hummer H1: $39,220

· 2006 Ford Mustang GT: $37,100

· 2006 Chrysler 300 SRT8: $33,920

Don’t miss out on the experience, environment, and beauty of some of the world’s most rare cars at next year’s auction. Kruse International conducts 35 Collector Car Auctions a year offering more than 12,000 vehicles as the largest collector sales organization in the world.

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