Classic Car Auctions

Classic Car Auctions (CCA) is a specialist auction house for the sale of 'Everyman' classic cars; offering enthusiasts the opportunity to buy an impressive selection of iconic classic cars from across the eras.

So come along and feel the excitement of bidding on one of the unique lots, either by placing your own bid or watching the spectacle after you have browsed the offerings.

Show goers can appreciate all the cars and collectables in person during auction viewing hours and enjoy the dramatic live auctions over the weekend.

2020 Auction Highlights


1961 MG MGA 1600 Roadster
Freshly restored, UK-registered, left-hand drive 1600 Roadster
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1994 Audi 80 Convertable
Formerly the Personal Conveyance of Diana, Princess of Wales
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1985 BMW M635 CSI (E24)
An attractive example of BM's 'Hot Ship' from the mid-eighties
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1960 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II
Classic, genteel style from seven decades of history
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1974 Triumph TR6
Superbly restored, home-market, car in tip-top order
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1955 Jaguar XK140 Fixed Head Coupe
An elegant RHD, 3.4-litre Coupé from longterm ownership
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Why sell your car at auction

Consignments for the show aren't yet live but if you are considering selling a car at auction here are some key reasons why you should do it with Classic Car Auctions in the future:
  • It is one of Classic Car Auctions biggest sales of the year 
  • The show's audience is large and relevant, made up of classic car enthusiasts to showcase your car to, plus Classic Car Auctions have buyers from all over the world who bid on the phone and online
  • The fees are competitive - entry fees start at £150 +VAT which goes towards promoting your car, its catalogue entry, including photography
  • Receive world-wide marketing from high profile magazines to international classic car websites and extensive PR coverage 

How to sell your car at auction

If you are interested in including your car at Classic Car Auctinos' sale follow this step-by-step guide to submit an entry.
  1. Contact Classic Car Auctions with basic information on make, model, year, mileage and condition of the car
  2. If the car is appropriate for the sale there will be a follow-up conversation and valuation
  3. Valuation is achieved with input from yourself and Classic Car Auctions team of knowledgable and experienced consignors
  4. Upon the agreement of the valuation and T&C’s, your car is entered
  5. Classic Car Auctions' in-house photographer will capture your classic with the images used to promote the sale 
  6. Promotion includes a place in the catalogue, PR coverage, magazines, social media and third party listings (subject to submission date)
  7. All enquiries are managed by your consignor who has taken the time to get to know all there is about your car
  8. At the sale, Classic Car Auctions have a valeting team to keep your classic looking its best