There aren’t too many big collections of cars on display in Australia to the public, yet one of the biggest – the Gosford Classic Car Museum is about to cull up to 70 of it’s collection at an auction this weekend.
If you’re a car nut, this is going to be amazing. Amazing to witness, let alone if you’ve go the cash to get involved in the bidding.
Founder of the Museum Tony Denny says “We’re thrilled to open our doors to the world for one night only, in what is one of Australia’s largest car auction this year. Selling off 70 of our classic cars is no easy feat; however, it is essential we make room for the exciting new collections that we have waiting in the wings. We can’t wait to see familiar and new faces on auction night!”
Like he says, the man wants more cars and he has to put them somewhere.
Regular Joe’s like you and me can get in for $25, and it’s not a warehouse auction they’re putting on catering too:)
Additionally, and in support of a very important cause, the Museum will also auction off its unique Formula Vee, with all proceeds going to NSW Kids in Need, which supports six child-focussed charities in the region. The previous owner was a racer who sadly passed away from cancer last year.
The event is this Saturday, 28 October at 6pm at the Museum on Stockyard Place West Gosford.
And take a look at this list of vehicles!
For full details on the auction, visit https://classiccars.pickles.
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