CCA sale is now a timed auction across 16 days starting this Saturday

o 10 lots per day for 16 days starting at 8am

o All bidding through Proxibid

o All bidders must register directly with Proxibid

o You can bid live or during the 12-hour window or via a commission bid


Classic Car Auctions have made some last-minute changes in light of the Government’s recent responses to COVID-19 and their auction on Saturday will now be a timed auction starting at 8am each day for 16 days.


There will be 10 lots per day and all bidding will be carried out via Proxibid. Buyers will need to register directly with Proxibid, further details on how to do this can be found HERE


The auction will take place on the website of CCA’s bidding partner Proxibid, with a window of bidding opportunity being 12 hours staring at 8am each day and finishing at 8pm, where you can bid live.


The auction is live now for commission bids which if placed during the time window will be accepted as live bids.


The Lot list on the CCA website will show which cars are coming to auction on each day, so keep an eye out to make sure you don’t miss your Lot.


Gary Dunne Classic Car Auctions Manager commented: “Due to the changes we now have in place, we have reduced the buyer’s premium to 9.6% including the VAT. If you are planning to bid, please make sure you register with Proxibid as this is the only way you can take part.”


“We would like to say a huge thank you to all the vendors who have stuck with us during these challenging times and we are delighted that we have been able to stay proactive and still find a way to bring this superb catalogue to market in a safe and responsible way.”


The timed auction will still be starting on Saturday 28th March at 8am and finishing at 8pm on the same day and will last for 16 days.


Classic Car Auctions can be contacted on 01926 640888 or by email


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