Relic Recovery: Rust Valley Restorers duo to auction off 300+ vehicles this weekend

Tappen, British Columbia — Mike Hall and Avery Shoaf, better known by their show business moniker, the “Rust Valley Restorers,” are continuing to shed their impressive automotive collections, as the pair prepare to hold a no-reserve auction this weekend where they expect to part with hundreds of vehicles.

In a Facebook video,  Hall explained that he no longer had his storage yard and will be selling off another portion of the show’s vehicle collection accumulated with co-host Shoaf.

This auction, hosted by EG Auctions, based out of Sylvan Lake, Alta, will feature some vehicles familiar to fans of the duo’s History Channel series, as well as some other rare and classic finds.

Hall’s video showcases some of the vehicles on auction, which include a 1946 Mercury convertible, 1966 Ford Cyclone GT convertible and a miraculously rust-free 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner.

This auction will not have reservations but prospective bidders can explore pre-bidding options at the following link.

What are some of the vehicles you’d love to restore or own one day? Let us know in the comments below.


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