Last year we highlighted two valuable Plymouth Hemi Cudas, including an untouched 1971 Hemi Cuda coupe, that were to be sold off at Mecum’s Kissimee 2016 auction. That event came and went this past weekend, and those two Hemi Cudas along with a few other valuable examples of classic Mopar muscle found (probably very wealthy) new owners.
Mecum has put together a YouTube video documenting some of the most valuable Mopar muscle cars to cross the auction block at its Kissimmee auction this past weekend. The clip includes a white 1971 Hemi Cuda convertible, which sold for $2.3 million, and a yellow Hemi Cuda convertible that fetched $2.6 million. The two cars were the first and second most valuable at the sale, which is truly saying something considering there were several vintage Ferraris being sold as well.
The 1971 Hemi Cuda coupe was also sold for $950,000, while a Dodge Charger Daytona sold for $550,000. Mopar cars made up eight of the ten most valuable cars at Mecum Kissimmee, which should speak volumes about the state of the classic Mopar collector’s market.
Check out the video above and click here for results from Mecum’s Kissimmee 2016 auction.