Worldwide Auctioneers recently held their first auction in Arlington, Texas, and were met with incredible success. With a sell-through rate of 82 percent and total sales reaching $6.52 million, this two-day auction was most definitely successful. Now, Worldwide Auctioneers have announced another endeavor.
At the start of Monterey Car Week on Thursday, August 17, 2017, the auction house will hold the first scheduled catalogue format auction of the week. The Pacific Grove Auction on the Monterey Peninsula will have around 70 automobiles on the historic Pacific Grove Golf Links, right next to the 17 Mile Drive.
“This week is obviously the pinnacle of the collector car world calendar and all roads ultimately lead here,” said Rod Egan, Principal & Auctioneer. “After a dynamic debut in Scottsdale this January, with outstanding sales and tremendous support, we are thrilled to continue our corporate expansion with this inaugural sale on the Monterey Peninsula and look forward to welcoming old friends and new to Pacific Grove this August. We extend sincere thanks to those who have shown us such considerable support along the way and to the folks at the City of Pacific Grove and Chamber of Commerce for their enthusiasm and collaboration.”
Included in the early consignments for this auction include a numbers-matching 1937 SS 100 2 1/2-Litre Open Tourer, the very first 1957 Dual Ghia Convertible built, and a 1937 Lagonda LG45 Drophead Coupé. For more information, click the button below.