Auctions America Tops 1,000 Collector Cars on Offer in Auburn

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Auburn, IN – August 26, 2010 -? Backed by the world’s largest collector car auction house, the newly-formed Auctions America by RM has generated tremendous momentum in the final days leading up its inaugural Auburn Fall Collector Car Auction scheduled for September 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 2010. The sale, to be held at the recently acquired and upgraded 235-acre Auburn Auction Park, has an incredible 1,000 motor cars currently scheduled to cross the auction podium. The range of vehicles spans brass era cars, American classics, Detroit muscle, hot rods and late model exotics.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming collector car enthusiasts and their families to what is poised to be a spectacular and successful first showing in Auburn,” said Donnie Gould, Auctions America by RM

The gates officially open on Wednesday, September 1st for a free public preview followed by the four-day event, coinciding with the celebrated Auburn Cord Dusenberg Festival, from Thursday, September 2nd to Sunday, September 5th.

The auction action kicks off at 10:00 am daily, beginning with memorabilia and followed closely by the quality selection of collector cars and motorcycles. On both Friday and Saturday, the arena will be hopping with two simultaneous auction rings.

In addition, the swap meet, with its 700 reserved spaces, and the car corral, with over 250 vehicles on offer, will be buzzing with activity. A selection of more than 60 food vendors is also available for the thousands of participants expected at the highly anticipated Auctions America debut in Auburn over the Labor Day weekend.

Event Details: Auburn Fall Collector Car Auction

Free public preview: Wednesday, September 1st; 8am to 6pm ET

Auction: Thursday, September 2nd to Sunday, September 5th; 10am to 8pm ET daily

Swap meet & Car corral: Thursday, September 2nd to Sunday, September 5th; 8am to 8pm ET daily

Gates open at 8am and close at 10pm ET daily, with the exception of Sunday, September 5th when the gates will close at 6pm

Admission: $10 day pass per person, $25 weekend pass per person. $100 bidder registration (admits two for the weekend and includes VIP parking). Children 12 and under are free

 

VIP Parking: $20 day parking pass, $50 weekend parking pass. Registered bidders and consignors park for free

Auburn Auction Park

Exit 126 off I-69, Auburn, Indiana

For those unable to attend the auction in person, it will stream live on the Internet at www.rmauctions.com. Remote bidding options include online, telephone and absentee. For bidder registration, please contact Tyler Castle on +1 519-437-3019 or at tcastle@auctionsamerica.com.

For more information or to consign an automobile to the Auctions America Auburn Fall Collector Car Auction, please call 1-877-906-2437. To view a regularly updated consignment list, visit: http://www.rmauctions.com/CarList.cfm?SaleCode=AF10

Jim Pickering

SCM Managing Editor

Jim grew up in a small neighborhood of car guys, so the bug bit him early, and rides in his neighbor’s over-powered street rods sealed the deal for good. His first car was a ’66 Caprice with a big-block Chevy—a car which landed him his first job as a mechanic after high school and through college, got him into drag racing, and much to the distress of his wife Kristina, caused his recent home search to take a full year—the Caprice is 19 feet long and gets parked inside. In addition to the Caprice, also maintains a 1972 Chevrolet K10 4x4 and a 2006 Dodge Charger SRT8.

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