Harrison Auctions will wave the green flag for its sale May 29

Rupp Quality Motion of Mansfield, Ohio, manufactured this miniature Corvette, which is powered by a small gas engine. It is expected to sell for $500-$800. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.

Rupp Quality Motion of Mansfield, Ohio, manufactured this miniature Corvette, which is powered by a small gas engine. It is expected to sell for $500-$800. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Memorial Day weekend has long been associated with auto racing, and Harrison Auctions Inc. will feature several sporty toy and pedal cars in its sale Saturday, May 29, which starts at 10 a.m. Eastern. LiveAuctioneers will provide Internet live bidding.

First to the line is a Corvette Sting Ray by Rupp Quality Motion of Mansfield, Ohio. The gas-powered convertible is 84 inches long and sports a $500-$800 estimate.

An electric Corvette, which is 60 inches long by 29 inches wide, has a $400-$600 estimate.

Several pedal cards, both vintage and new, will be sold. A vintage pedal car in original white paint has a $200-$400 estimate. Reproductions of a Speedway Pace Car and a pedal airplane will also be sold.

The auction will begin with a selection of antique furniture including display cabinets. Toys, dolls and collectibles, including NASCAR items, will follow.

The 178-lot auction will be conducted at Sam’s Plaza Unit 312, 5100 S. Cleveland Ave. in Fort Myers.

For details call Floyd Harrison at 239-574-6909.

View the fully illustrated catalog and register to bid absentee or live via the Internet as the sale is taking place by logging on to www.LiveAuctioneers.com.


ADDITIONAL LOTS OF NOTE


An electric motor powers this miniature Corvette. The toy sports car is 60 inches long and has a $400-$600 estimate. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.

An electric motor powers this miniature Corvette. The toy sports car is 60 inches long and has a $400-$600 estimate. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.


The Century Flyer wagon is 35 inches long and 15 1/2 inches wide. The antique wagon has a $200-$400 estimate. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.
Basic transportation, this vintage pedal car is in its original white paint with red trim. It is expected to sell for $200-$400. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.

Basic transportation, this vintage pedal car is in its original white paint with red trim. It is expected to sell for $200-$400. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.


This Speedway Pace Car is a reproduction of a pedal car. It is in excellent condition and carries a $150-$300 estimate. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.

This Speedway Pace Car is a reproduction of a pedal car. It is in excellent condition and carries a $150-$300 estimate. Image courtesy of Harrison Auctions Inc.