Auburn, IN, September 8, 2008 — Exceptional wartime production Alfa Romeo headlines Worldwide Auctioneers third annual Hilton Head Sale.
Worldwide Auctioneers has announced that an exceptional 1942 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Tipo Sport Cabriolet by Touring will headline its third annual Hilton Head Sports & Classic Car Auction on November 1st. One of only two ever built and finished in red with parchment interior, the car is offered for sale with original engine, chassis and aluminum body. “This magnificent automobile was deservedly awarded a perfect 100 points by the CCCA “, said Rod Egan, Managing Partner and Chief Auctioneer. “It is beautifully presented and its sale quite literally represents a once in a lifetime opportunity to enhance any serious collection with an extraordinary automobile”.
A matched pair of Maseratis will bring yet more Italian performance and style to the Hilton Head sale. Stablemates for the past 25 years, the 1963 3500 GT Maserati Vignale Spyder and 1963 Maserati Sebring 3500 GT Coupe are both race and rally prepared, black with black interior and presented for sale in excellent mechanical and physical condition. They will be joined on stage by a stunning 1969 Lamborghini Muira P400.
The Hilton Head sale is held in conjunction with the Hilton Head Island Concours d’Elegance & Motoring Festival, at 11 a.m. on Saturday November 1st on Hilton Head Island in beautiful South Carolina. Quality consignments for the sale are now invited and may be discussed with either John Kruse or Rod Egan on 800 990 6789 or 1-260 927 0000. The full color catalogue is available at a cost of $50, to include auction admission for two and limited seating. Visit www.wwgauctions.com for more information.
The Hilton Head Island Concours d’Elegance & Motoring Festival runs from Thursday October 30th to Sunday November 2nd. Full details are available at www.hhiconcours.com.
The Head Sports & Classic Car Auction forms part of Worldwide Auctioneers annual schedule of strategically located sales, comprising the Houston Classic Auction in May and The Auburn Auction, held in August over Labor Day Weekend at the company’s US Headquarters in Indiana.