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  • SWVA AUCTIONS TO RESTART

    SWVA AUCTIONS TO RESTART

    Matt Bell on 25th May 2020

    SWVA auctions in Poole has reopened after bring closed since March. Its April classic auction had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 situation, but will now be combined with the sale previously scheduled for July, which has been brought forward to June 26.

  • THE MARKET ENJOYS RECORD SUCCESS

    THE MARKET ENJOYS RECORD SUCCESS

    Matt Bell on 4th May 2020

    Online classic car auctioneer, The Market, is continuing operate despite having to close its premises to the public. The company not only enjoyed its most successful month to date in March, but also saw a 50 per cent increase in traffic for its online auction platform and app as restrictions began to bite.

  • CLASSIC CAR AUCTIONS SET FOR EXPANSION

    CLASSIC CAR AUCTIONS SET FOR EXPANSION

    Matt Bell on 20th December 2019

    The world of classic car auctions is a hotly contested field, with a huge number of sales throughout the year ranging from the ‘everything goes’ to high-end landmark catalogues.

  • COOGAN’S ASTON TO BE AUCTIONED

    COOGAN’S ASTON TO BE AUCTIONED

    Matt Bell on 16th July 2019

    The original 1970 Aston Martin DBS V8 factory press car, now owned by actor and comedian Steve Coogan, is to be put under the Hammer by Silverstone Auctions at the Silverstone Classic event on July 27-28.

  • ACA CLASSIC AUCTIONS AUGUST PREVIEW

    ACA CLASSIC AUCTIONS AUGUST PREVIEW

    Glenn Rowswell on 23rd August 2018

    Anglia Car Auctions' next classic sale takes place on Saturday August 25, located at its Kings Lynn premises. As ever, a wide variety of cars are set to go on offer, catering for a large range of tastes and budgets.

  • H&H AUCTIONS JULY REVIEW

    H&H AUCTIONS JULY REVIEW

    Glenn Rowswell on 16th August 2018

    The team at H&H can rest assured knowing that their most recent sale on July 19 was a successful one. Not only did the majority of cars sell, but so many of which sold drastically over estimate, with a number of surprise lots obtaining strong amounts of money...

  • HOW TO BUY A CLASSIC CAR AT AUCTION

    HOW TO BUY A CLASSIC CAR AT AUCTION

    Glenn Rowswell on 19th July 2018

    Classic World's Peter Simpson details buying a classic car at auction, a guide packed with tips, advice and help to secure that classic car at auction....

  • DT MATHEWSON JUNE REVIEW

    DT MATHEWSON JUNE REVIEW

    Glenn Rowswell on 12th July 2018

    The team at Mathewsons worked extremely hard in difficult conditions to make sure its most recent sale went swimmingly, with temperatures soaring and a jam-packed auction hall...

  • ANGLIA CAR AUCTIONS JUNE REVIEW

    ANGLIA CAR AUCTIONS JUNE REVIEW

    Glenn Rowswell on 28th June 2018

    Anglia Car Auctions are celebrating a successful sale as the vast majority of its lots found new homes with a roughly 79 per cent sale rate. Oddly, it wasn’t the usual suspects that caught the eyes of buyers...

  • MORRIS LESLIE AUCTIONS JUNE REVIEW

    MORRIS LESLIE AUCTIONS JUNE REVIEW

    Glenn Rowswell on 28th June 2018

    There were more classic cars up for grabs at Morris Leslie’s early summer classic auction, writes Bob Weir. With 161 vehicles going under the hammer, the oldest car on the sales floor was a legendary 1924 Ford Model T. With a top estimate of £15,000 this groundbreaking car even came complete with its own enclosed Ifor Williams trailer...

  • DVCA AUCTIONS JUNE REVIEW

    DVCA AUCTIONS JUNE REVIEW

    Glenn Rowswell on 21st June 2018

    Dorset Vintage and Classic Auctions (DVCA) hold their quarterly auctions in the refined setting of Athelhampton House, located near the delightfully named Puddletown in Dorset....

  • H&H AUCTIONS JUNE REVIEW

    H&H AUCTIONS JUNE REVIEW

    Glenn Rowswell on 21st June 2018

    It was a difficult sale for the team at H&H this June 5 as it struggled to shift some of the high value, rare vehicles that featured during the auction. Despite this, it was the usual suspects that continued to do well in the classic car marketplace with Jaguar E-Types doing particularly well, both obtaining more than £80,000 during the sale...