A showcase of more than 100 unique automobiles, some valued in excess of $5 million, will be on display and auctioned as part of Concours d'Elegance of Texas.
The collection of rare motorcars will be auctioned on May 3 starting at 11 a.m. Must-see items in this year's auction include a 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda, one of only 118 built, projected to sell for upward of $700,000; and a 1934 Auburn Twelve Salon Cabriolet, one of only four certified Twelve Cabriolets, projected to sell for upward of $450,000. Many other world class sports cars, pre-war Classics and performance cars will be sold.
On May 4, car enthusiasts can get an up-close look at more than 150 vintage motorcars lined up along the 18th hole of the resort's golf course. Guests will enjoy a number of unusual entries including a towering, 16-foot-tall motorcycle, the World's Tallest Operating Motorcycle as recorded by Guinness Records.