Mecum Auctions brings collector cars to Glendale’s State Farm Stadium Thursday-Sunday

A Mecum Auctions Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is parked in front of Glendale's State Farm Stadium. Mecum Auctions will hold a four-day auction event at State Farm Stadium Thursday-Sunday, March 14-17. [Submitted photo]

Classic car and motorcycle lovers will gather in Glendale’s State Farm Stadium Thursday through Sunday, March 14-17 for Mecum Auctions’ first auction in Arizona.

Mecum Auctions the world leader of collector car, vintage and antique motorcycle and road art sales, makes its first stop in the Grand Canyon State for the Glendale event, which will feature 1,250 vehicles on display and up for auction.

This 1940 Cadillac Series 75 Convertible Coupe will be up for auction Saturday, March 16 during Mecum Auction’s event at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. [Submitted photo]
Tickets bought in advance are $20 per person per day. Beginning the first day of the event, Thursday, March 14, tickets increase to $30. Children 12 and under get in free. The event starts at 8 a.m. daily and closes one hour after the last vehicle crosses the auction block. As the number of vehicles crossing the auction block varies each day, closing times will also vary.

The auction will include cars and motorcycles from the 1910s to present day. It will also include vintage gas pumps and metal and neon dealer signs. Mecum Auctions also auctions vintage tractors, but no tractors are listed for the Glendale event as of publishing time.

For more information on the event, including a list of items up for auction each day, or to buy tickets visit

For more information on Mecum Auctions, visit the company’s website or Facebook Page or call 262-275-5050.

Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers poses with a Mecum Auctions Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat at Westgate Entertainment District. [Submitted photo]

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