AUBURN, Ind. (WANE) With the news that RM Sotheby’s has sold the Auburn auction park where classic car auctions have taken place for decades, another auction house has decided to expand its presence over the weekend -end of Labor Day.
Auctioneers around the world plans to expand its September sale to a 3-day event.
“Auburn is the birthplace of America’s classic car auction industry and we were thrilled to give our customers a taste of the magic last year, with multi-million dollar sales and record emphatic sale,” said John Kruse, Principal and Auctioneer. “Our focus to date has been to feature high-end, boutique-style evening sales, but the market has been asking us for a bigger, grander affair here in Auburn. We will continue to focus on curating the most diverse offering of quality cars that represent the best of their kind, but on a significantly larger scale.
The Auburn Auction is scheduled to take place September 1-3, 2022 at Worldwide’s Indiana headquarters located at Kruse Plaza on the west side of I-69 at the same interchange as the old Auburn Auction Park. Campus.
Visitors will find what is described as a diverse selection of exceptional pre-war automobiles, race cars, sports cars, custom cars, classics and some American muscle cars, showcasing hundreds of vehicles including d extensive unreserved collections, selected memorabilia and an organized market of automotive lifestyle vendors. The first shipments include an authentic and impeccably documented document 1925 Bugatti Type 35A Grand Prixwith vintage racing history and a list of former keepers that includes Louis Chiron boss Fred Hoffman.