Museum Director Brian Grams said that the value of film-related and screen-used cars has skyrocketed in recent years. A few years ago, he sold a Fast and Furious Eclipse driven by Paul Walker for $21,000.
"Today that car would bring closer to the $200,000 mark," he said. "I recently sold a replica of that car for what I got for the original. Movie cars and the unusual have become increasingly attractive to collectors, but they are extremely difficult to get."
Grams recently sold an original screen-used "Dukes of Hazzard" TV series General Lee, one of only 17 to exist, to an overseas buyer for $225,000.
The Volo Auto Museum has developed an international reputation for being experts in the movie-car field. Because of his dedication, resources and knowledge in preserving movie-car history, Grams often is asked to help verify whether a car is an original or a replica.
"The auction we're hosting is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for collectors," Grams said. "Where else would you have a chance to bid on everything from a screen-used Tucker to a custom-built, off-road 'Fast and Furious' vehicle or even a Bugs Bunny carrot car?"
Aside from the star cars, there's a range of other items on the block including artifacts from Disney on Ice; a complete set of robots from Tommy Bartlett's Robot World in Wisconsin Dells; vintage ride-ons, campers and snowmobiles and more.
See the full assortment at the Volo Auto Museum website, and look for more items to be added before it all kicks-off on eBay September 19. There's no reserve and items will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of price.