Charities are set to benefit once again from this year’s auction of vintage, classic and sports cars next month at the Herald World of Wheels, Nelson Mandela Bay Motor Show hosted by Eastern Province Veteran & Vintage Car Club. The event will take place on Saturday December 7, at the Newton Technical High School sports fields, in First Avenue, Newton Park.
The show opens at 9am, with the auction, held by the House of Classic & Sports Cars in Knysna, starting at 1pm.
A number of vehicles have already been submitted for auction, but there are still spots available.
This is an ideal opportunity for anyone wishing to sell their vehicle, which must be in running condition and in possession of registration papers.
Simply e-mail all the details to firstname.lastname@example.org
It is anticipated that approximately 20 vehicles will be on auction.
Viewing and registration to bid at the auction will start with the opening of the show at 9am and continues until 1pm, by which time bidders must have registered to comply with the “no bidder’s card, no bidding” policy. Upon registration, a R3000 refundable deposit is payable by credit card.
The card will be swiped and the counterfoil retained until after the auction. Should no purchase be made, the counterfoil will be handed back to the bidder.
No cash deposits will be accepted. ID and proof of residential address is required to comply with FICA regulations.
Through its association with the Eastern Province Veteran and Vintage Car Club, House of Classic & Sports Cars is proud to assist charitable organisations as the entire bidder’s premium (auctioneer’s commission) is given to the club which, in turn, donates the majority portion to a charity of its choice.