Andretti’s ’65 Brawner Hawk sells for a record $2.2m at Mecum Indy

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Andretti’s ’65 Brawner Hawk sells for a record $2.2m at Mecum Indy

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Andretti’s ’65 Brawner Hawk sells for a record $2.2m at Mecum Indy

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Mecum’s Indy 2022 auction at the Indiana State Fairgrounds wrapped up on Saturday with two beloved 1960s Indy cars fetching premium prices.

The 1965 Brawner Hawk-Ford “Dean Van Lines Special” driven by Mario Andretti to IndyCar titles in 1965 and ’66 sold for $2,200,000. “I’m certain it’s an all-time high price paid for an American-built vintage Indy car,” wrote Vintage Indy president and founder Michael Lashmett, who adds that the $3,520,000 paid for Johnny Rutherford’s UK-built McLaren M16C in 2013 remains the most ever paid for an Indy car in a public auction.

See more IndyCar sales at the auction at VintageMotorsport.com.

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