CLASSIC CARS: Auction Features ‘New’ Autos

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The day classic car buyers have been counting down to for months dawns on Saturday.

Hundreds of vintage cars, some of them never driven, will go up for sale in Pierce, NE.

The cars are owned by Ray Lambrecht, a retired owner of a Chevy dealership.

Many of the cars are rusted relics that have been stored in a field but some are true rarities.

Lambrecht would keep unsold vehicles in storage to make room for the next year’s models.

Those cars, including classics from the 1960’s, have still never been driven.

The auction could bring in more than $1-million.