Route 66 News

Nut House goes on the auction block

The Nut House, a pecan and roadside business on Route 66 between Claremore and Catoosa, Okla., will be sold at a liquidation auction starting at 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24.

Here’s the home page for the auction, which will be conducted by Williams & Williams.

It’s not only going to be attractive for people wanting to invest in a piece of prime Route 66 real estate, but a lot of interesting memorabilia will be on the block, too. There are vintage vehicles, a bunch of antique toys, other antique and novelty items, and, well, lots of other stuff. Be sure to peruse all of the photos, as they’re sorted a bit randomly.

This item might be a hot bidder.

2 thoughts on “Nut House goes on the auction block

  1. Keely Real

    I am actually kind of sad this place was put up for auction. I have nostalgic memories there. Hopefully the new owners have kept what made is so great going. I would have loved to purchase some of the other auctions for sale, but sadly I was out of the country.

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