Classic Car Auctions (CCA) Is Gearing up For a Big New Sale at Tatton Park as It Expands North to Reach New Clients

17th January 2024

A 200+ car sale at Tatton Park’s, Classic & Performance Car Spectacular Show on the 1-2 June

Classic Car Auctions (CCA), part of the Midlands-based Iconic Auctioneers group will be holding its first auction in the north! A 200+ car sale at Tatton Park’s, Classic & Performance Car Spectacular Show on the 1-2 June, one of the biggest classic car shows in the north of England.

The show has been running for more than 35 years and attracts 1000s of classics from over 90 clubs, but this is the first time the Show will feature a classic car Auction. Event Director for the Classic Car & Performance Car Show Spectacular, Nigel Hole, says: “We are delighted to have CCA aboard to offer a really exciting auction to our events mix over the weekend of June 1&2. CCA is the perfect partner for us with their Everyman Classics focus.”

Gary Dunne, Sales Manager of the Iconic Group says: “We have long planned a expand north and now we have found the perfect venue and event for a new auction. Tatton Park is a stunning venue and the auction will be held in part of the walled garden. We are delighted with the opportunity to bring our brand to a vast new audience.”

Gary Dunne adds: “Offering a new auction at Classic Car & Performance Car Show Spectacular is all about us reaching out to new audiences north of our home base in the Midlands. It’s our first new sale venue for several years and we are excited to create a new event and impact to the show. We will also be attending Tatton’s other two car shows with a stand so that people can come and meet the team and find out more about us. We hope the response will be favourable as we want to bring a fantastic auction of classic, retro and modern cars to the show. As a company we have a fantastic track record of achieving new world records for every kind of classic and it is very much our aim to bring that kind of buzz north to this fabulous event.”
Classic Car Auctions are now inviting entries for this new auction, so if you are interested at selling your car at this event do visit their website or contact their specialist team for more information. They offer a FREE no obligation valuation service; Tel: +44 (0) 1926 640 888, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit www.classiccarauctions.co.uk



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What about VAT?

Some lots may be VAT qualifying and subject to VAT on the hammer. Some lots may have been brought into the UK on a temporary admission and therefore import VAT will be due on the hammer price plus buyer's premium. These lots will be clearly marked in the catalogue. Any lots that are not VAT qualifying will be sold using the Auctioneers Margin Scheme (VAT Notice 718/2). VAT will not be charged on the hammer price. The VAT on the buyers premium will not be split out on the invoice and cannot be claimed by UK VAT registered businesses or individuals. There will be no VAT payable on the buyers premium on purchases under the Auctioneers Margin Scheme if the lot is being exported to the EU within 3 months of the auction date and proof of export is provided. Further duties and VAT may be applicable on exporting lots from the UK. It is the responsibility of the buyer to settle these charges.