With winter pressing down on the country, the February GAA Classic Cars auction is only heating up! Through the days of February 27-29, 2020, some of the coolest cars ever made will exchange hands, and Motorious will be front-and-center to bring you the results, stories, and imagery to put you in the moment.
From Thursday through Saturday, 650 cars will go up for sale, and we fully expect to see some record-breaking bids. There are special collections being featured and truly something for everyone. If you browse our site, you’ll see that we’ve already been hard at work publishing the highlights ahead of the auction for you to preview before making your bid.
As you would expect with such a large docket, bidding happens fast, and these cars are snatched up by brokers and individual buyers alike who are looking for their next toy or an investment.
You can livestream the auction once it starts, right on our site, thanks to the GAA Classic Cars YouTube channel. “Unable to attend GAA Classic Cars auction in person?" says auction officials. "You don’t have to miss a minute of the action, simply watch live online! All three days of auction activity are live and available to you via YouTube."
You can also join in on the bidding by phone and online here if you can’t make it to the event in person but want to bring one of the many cars home.
Bidding remotely is a cinch. To bid by phone, fill out the registration packet and email it to the address in the link. To make online bids, you will be redirected to the online bidding platform Proxibid.
“Being a bidder at GAA Classic Cars give you access to a first class selection of vehicles and a bidding experience that is unique in the Classic Car arena,” says GAA Classic Cars.
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