Transcript for Nebraska Town Holds Auction of Classic American Cars
car geeks are descending a tiny town for a huge august of old chevys. Something truly unusual going on here. Abc's rob nelson all over this story. I love my ford escort. Good morning, everyone. For you car lovers out there, you're going to see a field of dreams. Some of these cars have barely been driven and many are fetching some big bucks. Don't let the dirt and dust fool you, beneath all of the grime, there is buried treasure in terms of vintage american cars up for auction. Reporter: We're a long way from drive-ins to rocking around the clock. They don't make them like this anymore. Reporter: Car love everies from around the world shelled out big bucks for these diamond in the rough, classic pieces of automotive history. While many of these chevys may not be much to look on the outside, peek your head in and you'll see some of these babies are literally like new. They have been sitting for 50 years, collecting dust. Like it came off the assembly line in 1963. Reporter: The 500 classics on the auction block this week are left over inventory from a chevy dealership. Some of the cars have been driven less than 10 miles, others have seats still wrapped in the factory plastic. This chevy cameo pickup has just one mile on the dial. And sold for $140,000. This chevy 150 fetched more than 50,000 there are. Fixer uppers and american classics and more than 10,000 car enthusiasts all out for what is and what could be. If you like what you saw in that story, you're certainly not alone. That auction had registered bidder from 50 states. You can't find a hotel room within at least 50 miles of that. Thank you, rob. Okay, coming up on "good morning america" -- no return.
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.