Several classic cars from the private collection of Greenville, N.C., automobile dealer Brinkley Moore will be among those crossing the auction block Sept. 14-15 when Tom Mack Classics presents Auction @ AutoFair.

The auction is part of the Sept. 13-16 Food Lion AutoFair, the world's largest automotive extravaganza, at Lowe's Motor Speedway.

After 30 years of collecting rare muscle cars, Corvettes and Thunderbirds, Moore plans to sell at least 13 of his prized automobiles because of storage considerations.

The list of Moore's cars to be sold at no reserve includes: a pair of 1967 Shelby Mustangs; a fuel-injected 1962 Corvette; a 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury with a 426-cubic-inch "Cross Ram" engine; a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302; an unrestored Mustang Mach 1 "R" code; a 1962 Dodge Dart drag racing car; a 1979 Dodge Lil'Red Express pick-up truck with just 200 miles on the odometer; and two antique Ford trucks.

The two-day auction will be limited to 200 vehicles and the consignment list also features a 1967 Ford Fairlane GTA "S" code convertible; a 1955 Ford Thunderbird; a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro; a 1958 Chevrolet Sport Coupe; and a 1937 Chevrolet Sedan "rest-o-rod."

For consignment information or to obtain a complete list of auction cars, contact Tom Mack Classics at (803) 364-3322 or visit www.tommackclassics.com.

The Sept. 13-16 Food Lion AutoFair will attract over 125,000 automotive aficionados. The four-day event includes a car show with makes and models from some 50 clubs; more than 8,000 vendor spaces that offer a plethora of automotive parts and memorabilia; and the collector car auction conducted by Tom Mack.

A car corral, which completely circles the 1.5-mile superspeedway, features nearly 1,500 vehicles of all makes and models that are available for sale or trade.

Information about the Sept. 13-16 Food Lion AutoFair can be obtained by visiting www.charlottemotorspeedway.com or contacting the Lowe's Motor Speedway events department at (704) 455-3205.