A first ever auction in Grand Island is already being called a success by organizers.
Nearly 100 vehicles were sold at the first Full Throttle Power Auction at Fonner Park.
It's drew people, and calls, from across the state and beyond.
Auctioneer Dan Botsch said there are other auctions in the area, but none like this.
"It's something new and it's something that there's been a need for," he said. "There's been a need for getting everyone together, whether it's the motorsports or the classic car guys, trading parts and cars back and forth."
That's why Botsch is already planning to make it an annual event.
"We've had 93 cars," he said. "It's gotten bigger than anticipated in the first year. We're excited and we're already booking cars for next year's auction."
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