The second annual Cruisin' Nocona continued with the car show and auction.
The car auction featured about 250 classic and restored cars.
The cars went for 10- thousand all the way up to the most expensive, going for 265- thousand dollars.
That car was a 1971 LS 6 Corvette that's one of only 28 made in the US.
Organizers say the Nocona's auction is unlike any other.
“Instead of being in a big convention center where you got 500 or a thousand cars, all packed in there like a big car show, this is a wholesome event, they have a car cruise, a car show, you have the collector car auction, it's just a really unique throw back to how they used to do it 40 years ago,” says Auction Manager Will Loomis.
Last year the auction brought in two- point- six million dollars
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