Auburn, Indiana. - Worldwide is counting down to its second live sale of the year, with The Enthusiast Auction scheduled for April 23-24 at its company headquarters in Auburn, Indiana. Among the auction’s more unique highlights are an exciting offering of one-off custom cars and street rods and an outstanding 1952 Hudson 'Twin H-Power' Hornet Six Coupe, a highly authentic recreation of a NASCAR icon, presented in the "Fabulous Hudson Hornet" livery of racing legend Marshall Teague. Like the majority of consignments in the sale, the Hudson will sell without reserve, with a portion of the proceeds to be donated to Indiana’s Huntington University Film Department. In addition to an exceptional selection of cars, The Enthusiast Auction will also feature over 400 lots of fresh-to-market memorabilia, including porcelain signs, gas pumps, racing artifacts, pressed steel toys, pedal cars, and motorbikes, all offered at no reserve. The event also sees the introduction of The Enthusiast Tour, a three-day Midwest driving tour for classic aficionados that takes in multiple specialist automotive and culinary stops in Indiana, before rolling right back into Auburn for The Enthusiast Auction itself.
Based on a 1952 Hudson Hornet 6 Coupe, the captivating "Fabulous Hudson Hornet" recreation on offer here in Auburn features period-correct colors, painted-on race lettering and sponsorships and details celebrating famed Hudson driver Marshall Teague,” said John Kruse, Principal and Auctioneer. “Conjuring images of "Doc" Hudson from the wildly popular Disney/Pixar "Cars" movie franchise, it’s a fabulously fun car that will be instantly recognized by virtually all who see it and we’re delighted that a portion of the proceeds stand to benefit a great cause.”
Another consignment familiar with being the center of attention is an ultra-one-off custom known as the “DuPont Domination”, a 1934 Chevrolet Custom Roadster with completely coach-built body and chassis, a cover car for Street Rodder magazine that drove away with a first-place award for paint at the prestigious Oakland Roadster Show. Other one-of-a-kind builds going under the hammer include a 1957 Buick Century "Lavender Persuasion" Custom Coupe, built by famed customizer Rick Dore, and awarded Most Radical Custom at the Oakland Roadster Show, and a beautiful art deco style 1936 Deco Rides "Maharaja Special" One-Off Custom, built by Terry Cook of Deco Rides and Delahaye USA, a 19 year-long-project from conception. The digital catalogue and full consignment list can be viewed online at worldwideauctioneers.com.
The Enthusiast Tour runs from April 20-23 , starting and ending at Worldwide headquarters in Auburn, Indiana. For convenience, cars can be shipped in advance to the secure, climate-controlled facility. Tour registration is $1500 for two people, to include two hotel nights and all dining, drinks, and attractions. Full details are available here.
The Enthusiast Auction is scheduled for Friday, April 23 and Saturday, April 24 at Worldwide headquarters in Auburn, Indiana, to be presented as a simultaneous live and online event, with bidding options to suit all comfort levels - online, in-person, absentee and telephone bidding is available to pre-registered, qualified buyers. A dedicated implementation specialist will again direct all event and campus COVID-19 safety protocols. Inventory and the full schedule are online at worldwideauctioneers.com. Interested parties should call 1.260.925.6789 for further details or email email@example.com. As always, auction lots are available for scheduled private previews, again with safe sanitation protocols in place. To register as a bidder, visit worldwideauctioneers.com/bidder-registration.
About Worldwide Auctioneers. Worldwide Auctioneers is a US-based, boutique catalogue auction company that is unique in having principals who are owner auctioneers, wholly invested in seamlessly delivering the optimal result for every client. In addition to the acquisition and sale of classic automobiles at auction, it offers an extensive range of personalized services to the serious collector, including appraisal, collection direction and consultancy, estate planning and asset management. For those seeking to sell a car or collection privately, the company’s private sales division incorporates The Salon, a 200,000-square-foot, climate-controlled and purpose-built showroom housed at its Auburn headquarters, along with a dedicated memorabilia division. Worldwide’s annual schedule includes The Scottsdale Auction in January, The Pacific Grove Auction on the Monterey Peninsula in August, The Auburn Auction, held over Labor Day Weekend in Indiana, and stand-alone auctions of significant private collections.
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