Phoenix, AZ – Kruse International, the world’s first and largest antique, classic, and exotic collector car Auction Company will hold its 36th Annual Scottsdale Auction. This gigantic event will be held at the Arizona State Fairgrounds January 25-28, 2007. Kruse International held the first ever collector car auction in Scottsdale 37 years ago. Dean Kruse, President of Kruse International has been the Chief Auctioneer and has been in attendance every year since.

There will be nearly 1,000 cars to cross the auction block, including many No Reserve cars. Two cars that we know will get your adrenaline pumping are a 1952 Bentley Mark VI James Young, Ltd. and a 1935 Auburn 851 Super-Charged All Phaeton.

The 1952 James Young Bentley is in pristine condition. This car is guaranteed to make more money than you will pay for it! It is a 2 door, 6-speed Manual transmission with a V-10 engine. The Crystal exterior shines under the light. The car has an all aluminum, hand built body. Only 10 were built with 2 remaining in existence.

The second car we are sure will ignite a bidding war is the 1935 Auburn 851 Super-Charged All Phaeton. This all weather Auburn has won many awards throughout the years. It is equipped with a high heal bar, wipers, and beautiful rim wheels. The Eglatious Green car is one of the most original Pheaton’s to have ever been seen!

Kruse International will be in Naples, FL February 17 & 18, 2007 at the Bayfront Shops for their inaugural Collector Car Auction. Be sure to stop in and check out the great cars and enjoy the environment. You never know, you may find a piece of history that may change your life forever!

Please call Kruse International at (800) 968-4444 for more information or check out our website at

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