Hoard of more than 200 classic cars to be auctioned off in September

This 1925 Buick Racer is part of the classic car collection that will be auctioned off in September.

A bumper crop of classic cars is going to market in Nebraska in September.

The collection of trade-ins was hoarded by Bullock Motors in the town of Grant over the course of its 75-plus year history.

The business, now an automotive restoration and used car outfit, had been a franchisee of several GM brands, mainly Chevrolet.

The trove of vehicles runs the gamut from dusty, rusty hulks to mint drivers, and includes a 1925 Buick Hi-Wheel racer, 1957 Chevrolet Cameo pickup, 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge and a very rare 1939 "Sharknose" Graham Supercharger.

This extremely rare 1939 "Sharknose" Graham Supercharger will be one to watch at the auction.

New old-stock parts and nostalgia pieces like signs and ride-on toy cars are also among the lots on offer.

The sale is being run by VanDerBrink Auctions, which last year brought the hammer down on a similar stockpike of 500 cars owned by Lambrecht Chevrolet on the other side of Nebraska in Pierce. That auction took in a total of $2.8 million.

The Bullock auction is taking place online and on-site on September 6th.