Here's What Sold at Richard Rawlings' Gas Monkey Garage No-Reserve Auction

Rawlings sold 28 cars at his week-long auction that ended on Sept. 14

Elías Valverde II, the Dallas Morning News

Richard Rawlings, a Dallas car customizer known for his starring role in Discovery Channel’s reality show Fast N’ Loud, collected over $1 million after selling 28 vehicles in his vintage car collection.

His no-reserve auction that began Sept. 7 was intended to liquidate cars, trucks and motorcycles that took him over 10 years to collect. Rawlings partnered with Bring a Trailer, a collector and enthusiast vehicle auction platform, and the auction was live streamed on GasMonkeyGarage.com.

His Ford Model T Custom “King T” built by hotrod legend Gene Winfield was the hardest for Rawlings to let go. Sold for $75,500, the car won the 1964 Oakland Roadster Show’s Most Beautiful Roadster Award and later was memorialized as both a Hot Wheels car and an MPC model kit. It went for half of what Rawlings valued it at, he said, but “averaging out” is a part of the game.

“That guy got a very good deal, but it’s going to a really cool collection and an avid Hot Wheel collector,” Rawlings told The Dallas Morning News on Monday. “I’m excited about that.”

See the full list of what was sold at the auction in this report from our partners at the Dallas Morning News.

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