Australia’s biggest classic car auction ever – nearly 500 vehicles

Almost 500 cars are set to go under the hammer this Saturday 27th November in what will be Lloyds  Auctions biggest classic car auction ever.  

The classic car market is as strong as ever and there will be everything from American muscle to  prestige European classics and the highly anticipated Ford and Holdens.  

“Every month we say it is our biggest auction ever, and just when we thought it couldn’t get any  bigger, we are continuously surprised with the number of classic cars that come in,” said Mr. Lee  Hames, Chief Operating officer for Lloyds Auctions.  

Some of the classics we have on offer include a James Bond inspired 1972 Aston Martin DBS V8,  2017 Ford Mustang, and a rare one of one 2017 Holden HSV GTSR W557. 

Also going under the hammer this weekend are hundreds of highly anticipated pinball, arcade and  amusement machines alongside classic mancave and memorabilia.  

“The mancave and memorabilia auctions are as popular as ever and they everything you need to  deck out your home mancave and closes at 4:00pm Saturday, along with the pinball auction closing  at 7:00pm” continued Mr. Hames.  

Some of the pinballs on offer include Playboy, Gilligan’s Island and Baywatch.  

Lloyds Auctions have also released their second edition of NFT cars featuring 2-door and 4-door  Holden Torana A9X’s going to auction December 18.  

There are over 50 Holden editions which are set to reach record breaking prices. There will be a free onsite sausage sizzle, as well as popcorn and other treats available.  The auction will start at 10:00am and will run well into the evening.  

You can view the entire auction here or visit www.lloydsauction.com.au for more information. 

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