Auburn, Indiana. - Worldwide Auctioneers is promising a heavyweight line-up of significant pre-war automobiles, racecars, sports, classics and select American muscle at its 14th annual Auburn Auction in September. Among the carefully curated offering of pre-war automobiles consigned to the Labor Day Weekend sale is a well-known 1934 Packard Twelve Individual Custom Convertible Sedan with custom coachwork by Dietrich. Offered at no reserve with impeccable provenance, the car’s accolades include awards from Pebble Beach and the Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s, as well as having served as the subject for the Franklin Mint model. Race car highlights in this year’s sale include a well-documented 1965 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe CSX 2469, previously owned and driven by Carroll Shelby and driven also by racing luminaries such as Phil Hill, Derek Hill, Derek Bell, John Morton and Brian Redman, complete with an impressive vintage racing history including wins at celebrated tracks like Goodwood and Laguna Seca. The Auburn Auction is scheduled for September 3-4 at Worldwide’s Auburn, Indiana headquarters.
Another important pre-war motorcar slated for the auction is an ACD Club Certified 1930 Duesenberg Model J Berline with coachwork by Willoughby, offered at no reserve with just 36,500 miles, one of the lowest mileage Model Js known. Also selling in Auburn without reserve is an AACA Senior award winning 1931 Cadillac Series 370A V-12 Roadster , one of just ten known to exist, and a multiple race-winning 1960 Omega Jaguar, test driven by famed Sir Jackie Stewart and owned and raced by Formula 1 test driver John Miles. Other exciting consignments include a sporty Pebble Beach award-winning 1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Roadster, a short-chassis example with 8AS spec engine eligible for iconic events like the Mille Miglia, and a rare and impeccable 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi, with just 5,000 miles from new. American sports and muscle cars in the line-up include a numbers-matching 1963 Chevrolet Corvette "Split-Window" Coupe and a well-documented 1968 Shelby GT500 KR Convertible. Auction goers can also look forward to an eclectic offering of some of the best automobilia and memorabilia to be found. Visit worldwideauctioneers.com for consignment and event updates.
Consignments to the 14th annual Auburn Auction are still invited and can be discussed with a Worldwide Specialist at 1.260.925.6789, or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Auburn Auction is scheduled as a live and simultaneous online event for September 3-4, 2021, at Kruse Plaza in Auburn, Indiana, with preview days from Wednesday, September 1st. Details on the full schedule and bidder registration are available at worldwideauctioneers.com or by calling 1.260.925.6789, with bidding options available to accommodate all comfort levels; live in-person, online and absentee by telephone.
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 normal annual schedule includes The Scottsdale Auction in January, The Pacific Grove Auction on the Monterey Peninsula in August (next scheduled for August 2022,) The Auburn Auction, held over Labor Day Weekend in Indiana, and stand-alone auctions of significant private collections.
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