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Our first sale of 2022 is taking place on Friday 18th - Sunday 20th March at The NEC (B40 1NT). The catalogue is now open for entries!

We want to make selling your car as easy and straight-forward as possible. By following the simple step-by-step guide below you will be able to submit your vehicle(s) to CCA for inclusion in a forthcoming auction.  Once submitted you will receive a confirmation e-mail and a follow-up phone-call from one of our specialists.  Once all the details have been established and entry is confirmed, you can be assured that your car will be marketed to the widest and most relevant audience available. 


You can submit an entry for our The Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show you can download this entry form and send it to us or contact our team of experts on 01926 640888.


We assess the value of all entries based on the information you provide including their condition.  During your discussions with our specialists, if our estimate meets your expectations and you would like to proceed, then the terms of sale are confirmed and your car will be entered into one of our auction events.


A cataloguing fee is charged when you confirm your entry into the auction. 

£250 +VAT: Cataloguing fee for The NEC (PCCCRS Sale)

Our sellers commission is 5% +VAT (subject to a minimum fee of £350 plus VAT) and is applied to the final hammer price.


You will need to arrange for the vehicle to be delivered to our auction venue on the week of the auction.

The vehicle should arrive in a presentable and saleable condition. If your vehicle is deemed to require further cleaning/presentation you will be notified prior to any work being carried out. There will be a charge deducted from net sale proceeds. 

For those sellers who require assistance with transportation we have a logistics partner (E M Rogers) who will be happy to provide a quote.

Please ensure all history files, documentation and the V5c are delivered with the vehicle. Any private plates not included in the sale must be put on retention.  


You can attend the auction in person. The sale will also be live streamed online so you can watch from the comfort of your home. 

The buyer becomes responsible for the vehicle on the fall of the hammer, however we recommend keeping the vehicle insured until you have received payment.


You will receive a statement via email from the Accounts team within five working days of the auction detailing the proceeds of the sale. Funds will be paid to your bank account via BACS transfer within 14 working days of the auction date (subject to cleared funds being received) but we aim to pay out within ten working days. During this time the funds are kept in a dedicated client account.


View our frequently asked questions for both selling and buying at our auctions here.


This guide should be read in conjunction with our full terms and conditions.