A superior assortment of American-built automobiles are amongst the early consignments to Auctions America’s Auburn Spring event.
Around 500 hand-picked cars will cross the block, alongside a selection of vintage automobilia, as collectors and enthusiasts travel from across the U.S for the highly-anticipated event.
“It’s always fun to host an event on our home turf and we’re proud to return to our roots for this year’s Auburn Spring sale,” says Megan Boyd, Car Specialist, Auctions America.
“The Auburn Auction Park’s location in the Classic Car Capital of America makes it a terrific venue to celebrate our country’s rich automotive heritage; it’s a setting where American classics reign supreme, and as such, collectors can expect a strong emphasis on domestic product at the May sale.”
One of the sale’s leading lots is a stunning, recently restored 1968 Shelby GT500 Fastback presented in black over black, valued at $110,000-$125,000.
The sale will also offer vehicles from several private collections, such as the eclectic Driscoll Collection, which includes a two-time NCRS Top Flight Blue Ribbon-winning 1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Coupe valued at $55,000-$75,000, and a 1983 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe estimated at $75,000-$85,000.
Additional highlights will include an award-winning 1953 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible, consigned by a local Auburn collector, estimated at $70,000-$80,000; a 1957 Pontiac Star Chief, fully restored to original factory specs, valued at $80,000-$90,000; and a limited production 1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible estimated at $100,000-$145,000.
The sale takes place at the historic Auburn Auction Park in Indiana on May 5-7.