AUBURN, INDIANA (September 30, 2009) – Worldwide Auctioneers, responsible for the sale of some of the world’s finest collector cars, has once again expanded its global reach. In an attempt to further service its clients at a high level, Worldwide has appointed well known Neil Wood as Director of its Private Treaty Sales Division.

“Neil brings a wealth of international experience, genuine passion and a network of long-standing global customer relationships to the company. He has been responsible for many significant automobiles trading hands over the last 30 years,” said Rod Egan, Managing Partner. “He is like us, a ‘car guy’ through and through, whose knowledge, integrity, expertise and personal familiarity with many of the world’s great automobiles and collections are a perfect fit for Worldwide as we continue to expand and develop.”

Mr. Wood has been a stalwart of the classic car industry for many years, as a personal collector, international broker, advisor and manager of exclusive collections in both the US and Europe. “Having been closely involved with the team at Worldwide Auctioneers since 2005 as a consultant and motorcar specialist, I view this appointment as a natural evolution of that relationship”, he said. “I have watched the company grow in stature and look forward to contributing my own experience to this talented, committed and highly respected organisation”.

Worldwide Auctioneers offers a bespoke private treaty sales service for those customers who seek an additional option to auction, specializing in sourcing specific automobiles for clients with a particular need, as well as placing automobiles with suitable buyers. Current consignments include a superb 1957 Aston Martin DB MK111 Coupe, iconic 1959 Aston Martin DB MK111 Drophead Coupe and 1954 Jaguar XK D-Type along with others and an entire collection of signs, gas pumps and related automobilia.

All private treaty consignments may be viewed at, and interested parties can contact Neil Wood at [email protected] or by calling 800.990.6789.

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