Vintage Car Auction Brings Nostalgia to Downtown Branson

Spouse, house, kids, and a cool car in the garage — Ahhh, yes. It’s the American Dream.

Add it to my calendar.

Get your nostalgia fix by hopping on Sparky the Trolley to the Branson Convention Center on October 15-16 for the Branson Auctions Vintage Car Auction. Drool over the cars you found yourself daydreaming about.

Tickets for the October 15 auction are available starting at 10 a.m. for the 11:30 a.m. auction. 

Buy tickets at 8 a.m. on October 16 for the 9:30 a.m. auction. 

Pay $15 for a 1-day entry fee or $25 for 2 days.

People with a military ID can pay $10 for one day or $15 for 2 days. 

Show me the cars.

There are 158 boats trucks motorcycles and cool vintage cars. Picture yourself cruising down down Historic Route 66. You can find it 40 minutes away in Springfield. 

Be sure to check out the 1956 Ford Thunderbird, 1929 Ford T-Bucket, 1967 Chevy Chevelle, 1948 Studebaker Land Cruiser, 1986 Jeep Wagoneer, 1930 Ford Model A, 1965 Ford Mustang, and 1955 Ford Victoria.

Glance over the inventory here.

Other activities to cure auto overload.

Take a break from cars and try another vintage-themed activity in Historic Downtown Branson.

The Branson Scenic Railway is a short walk from the Convention Center.

Board the vintage train cars and see the beauty of fall in the Ozarks on the trip over the Arkansas/Missouri border.

Ride Sparky to Dick’s 5&10 to experience the nostalgia of the old dime stores and pick up a great souvenir. 

Delight trick-or-treaters and make your home festive by shopping their Halloween supplies.

Fulfill your childhood fantasies by finding vintage toys and car accessories at the five antique stores downtown.

What’s more vintage than a trolley ride? 

People watch and enjoy the ambiance of downtown Branson in the fall on a roundtrip Sparky tour. 

Can you ride around in a trolley at home? Didn’t think so.

End your day with a relaxing tour on Sparky the Trolley. People watch and enjoy the ambiance of a fall evening settling upon downtown Branson.