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Mecum auction moves $13.7 million in motorcycles

The Mecum auction house sold almost 900 motorcycles at its recent four-day Las Vegas event. The top seller was this 1912 Henderson Four, which sold for $490,000 plus buyer and seller fees. (Mecum)

The world's largest vintage and antique motorcycle auction scored $13.7 million in sales during its the recent four-day Las Vegas event.  The Mecum auction house said it sold 868 of the 949 motorcycles that came across its South Point Arena stage, for a 92% sell-through rate.

That’s up 53% over its three-day 2016 event, the company said. 

The top Mecum seller was a rare, unrestored 1912 Henderson Four antique motorcycle, which went for $490,000, plus buyer and seller fees.

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