The really unusual thing about this already unusual event is that the majority of the lots are being offered as ‘No Reserve’.
(PRWEB) November 20, 2012
Turners is keen to showcase the upcoming classic car auction to be held on Sunday 25 November at 12 noon at Turners Auctions, Penrose. There are going to be over 60 classic cars for sale, including Jaguar, Daimler, Holden, Vauxhall, Model T, Rover, Vintage Tractors, ‘Barn Find’ Jeeps and more. This is the first auction of Classic and Collectable cars, tractors and automobilia to be held at Turners Auctions, Penrose site for some time. Many of the cars will not be widely known, and along with the tractors and automobilia, will ensure that this auction will attract a lot of interest from the car collecting community.
The bulk of the entries have come from three private collections, the prices of which are being drastically reduced. The range of cars is very extensive, covering a broad spectrum of post-war Classics from both mainstream Jaguar, Daimler, Mercedes Benz, through to the more exotic Lotus.
For Turners, it's not all about just selling a car, they also have a number of superbly presented commercial vehicles and tractors, plus automobilia, including petrol pumps and some very collectable signs. There is also the group of ‘barn find’ unrestored Jeeps, including a Camper from 1960 which, when restored, will provide a unique vehicle which will start a conversation wherever it is parked. Collectors of farm machinery will want to check out the selection of vintage and rare tractors.
Interestingly, Holden is well represented with cars from the 60’s through to the early 2000’s. Nearly all are excellent low mileage original cars, including some high performance HDT and Clubsport models. There was to be an auction featuring many of these vehicles scheduled for June 10 this year, but, due to the logistics of moving and managing such a large fleet, the auction date was moved to Sunday, November 25, so there is still plenty of time for interested parties to take part.
Collections of this size and quality don’t come up for sale very often, so Turners recommend that serious collectors start making space in their garage right now. The really unusual thing about this already unusual event is that the majority of the lots are being offered as ‘No Reserve’. It is now possible to view the catalogue, complete with photos of all vehicles being offered at http://www.turners.co.nz/classic or Alan Kurtovich can be contacted for more details on 027 433 0792. This really is an extraordinary auction, one especially for interested connoisseurs and not to be missed.