Five reasons to sell your classic car with Silverstone Auctions at the Classic Motor Show

Sell your classic car with Silverstone Auctions

If you are thinking of selling your classic car at auctions here is why you should do so with Silverstone Auctions at this years Classic Motor Show

One of Silverstone Auctions biggest sales:

The NEC Classic Motor Show is home to one of Silverstone Auctions largest sales; taking place over two days, approximately 120 classic cars will be offered for sale. At last years Classic Motor Show, the auction house sold £4.2 million worth of classic cars.

A large, relevant audience:

The NEC Classic Motor Show attracts 72,000 visitors over the duration of the weekend. This is a fantastic audience made up of classic car enthusiasts to showcase your car to. On top of this, Silverstone Auctions have buyers all over the world who perhaps cannot attend in person but will bid on the phone and online.

Competitive fees:

To sell your classic car with Silverstone Auctions, you pay an entry fee of £250 +VAT which goes towards promoting your car, its place in the catalogue and photographing it. Upon the sale of the car, there is a competitively priced sellers commission of 5% to pay.

World-wide marketing:

Silverstone Auctions promote their auctions and the respective lots to a world-wide audience. From high profile magazines to international classic car websites - and not to mention PR coverage, there are huge opportunities for your classic to be promoted as part of Silverstone Auctions’ lot listing.

Long-term show partner:

The 2019 show will be Silverstone Auctions’ eighth year as our official auction partner! Our long-term partnership highlights that the auction is a much-loved regular feature of the event. When it comes to entering cars for the sale, the Silverstone Auctions team can best-advise you on what cars are well suited to the Classic Motor Show.

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