The bidding is heating up as day three of the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, saw truck prices on the rise, with one approaching nearly a quarter million. This third recap shows not only which trucks and SUVs went to the auction block on Thursday, but also what they sold for, in order of most expensive to least expensive.

Pictured first is an iconic US Postal Office fleet 1963 Jeep FJ-6A custom mail truck that is “Delivering Hope” for charity. Proceeds, topping 100K, will benefit Cox Charities and Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Aren’t these charity vehicles awesome?

Topping Thursday’s charts, by far, was a 1955 Ford F-100 “Night Train” truck (Lot 817) that sold for 220K. Anyone know why it’s called Night Train? This impressive 550hp blue oval was pro built in 2013 and features a 427cid small block Ford engine with a 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission and a Currie 9” rear end. It rides on a TCI chassis with IFS and coilovers, Four-wheel disc brakes are covered by 20” Billet Specialties wheels. A leather interior is cooled by a Vintage Air system, while a 500W remote stereo system keeps occupants entertained.

Falling a lightyear behind the ’55 F-100 was a gorgeous body-off restoration, Porsche red 1950 Chevrolet 3100 that went for $68,200. Good representation for Ford and Chevrolet! A 2009 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and a 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ-40 both sold for $66,000, and a killer flame-painted ’41 Ford went for $60,500.

There were so many likable and unique vehicles in the mix, including a ’57 Dodge Sweptside, ’66 F100, ’36 Dodge Westchester Suburban Woody, ’49 Chevy Suburban, ’78 International Scout, ’49 Ford Panel, and many more.

Take a scroll through the pictures below to satisfy the craving for cool trucks!