Silverstone and ‘Everyman’ affiliate announce 2019 auction calendar

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The scene at Classic Car Auctions' recent December sale | Silverstone/CCA photo

Silverstone Auctions and its Classic Car Auctions division which specializes in “Everyman” classics have announced their 2019 sales schedules.

British collector car dealer Nick Whale launched Silverstone Auctions in 2011 to offer higher-end vehicles for bidding. In 2015, Silverstone spun off Classic Car Auctions to focus on vehicles valued between £5,000 and £50,000 ($6,250 to $62,250).

Their 2019 calendar includes:

January 12 — Autosport International Sale, Birmingham (Silverstone)

January 24 — Race Retro Classic Car Sale, Coventry (Silverstone)

March 23-24 — Practical Classic Car & Restoration Sale, Birmingham (CCA)

May 11 — A Sale of British Marques, Chipping Norton (Silverstone)

May 25 — Classic Car Sale, Warwickshire (CCA)

July 27-28 — The Silverstone Classic, Silverstone circuit (Silverstone)

August 3 — Classic Car Sale, Warwickshire (CCA)

September 21 — A Sale of Ferraris, Southam (Silverstone)

September 22 — The Porsche Sale, Southam (Silverstone)

October 5 — Classic Car Sale, Warwickshire (CCA)

November 10 — NEC Classic Motor Show Sale, Birmingham (Silverstone)

December 7 — Classic Car Sale, Warwickshire (CCA)

The five-event calendar for Classic Car Auctions represents an expansion of its schedule.

“Everyman classics continue to prove incredibly popular as we’ve witnessed by some great results during 2018,” Gary Dunne, CCA sales manager, was quoted in the news release. 

“Indeed,” he added, “such has been the demand from both buyers and those looking to sell their classic that we’re pleased to introduce an additional auction in 2019, giving everyone an extra opportunity to buy or sell a classic.

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Also new for 2019 are Silverstone’s sales at the Autosport International show and its Sale of British Marques, which is being staged in conjunction with the Jaguar Enthusiasts Club.

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A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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