Mecum is a pretty big auction house. It averages more than one auction per month, often ranging anywhere between 700 lots and 3,000 lots, with a general average of at least 20,000 lots per year. Every year, Monterey Car Week serves as a big venue for Mecum and normally accounts for a large volume of car sales. This year was no different, with Mecum pulling in $19,470,000 from the top ten cars that went under the hammer. Of course, Mecum wasn’t the venue that saw the first Shelby Cobra – the CSX 2000 – sell for a record-breaking $13.25 million, but its top 10 didn’t pull in peanuts either.