The Jig Is Up for Gosford Car Museum, And They’re Auctioning Off Their Collection

Come April, the much-loved Gosford Car Museum—one of the Central Coast’s biggest tourist attractions will close its doors after just three years in operation.

This means that the largest collection of classic cars in the Southern Hemisphere that the museum houses are going up for auction—with most cars completely unreserved and all starting at $1. $1! The collection of over 200 cars, bikes and memorabilia is located in an old Bunning’s building—but is considered to be in a league of its own when it comes to quality and condition.

Auctioneer, Mr Lee Hames, has said “We are extremely humbled to be able to offer this incredible car collection. Interest in this auction is already pouring in with strong bidding already commencing online and we’ve only published the auction on our website in the last few days.”

It is expected for multiple cars to achieve 7-figures, with enthusiasts expecting the total collection will sell for in excess of $30 million. There will be an extensive range of classic and vintage cars and motorcycles such as European, Australian and American classic cars, featuring Ferrari’s, Aston Martins, Porsches, Ford’s and Holden’s for sale.

The collection is now open for bidding online and will go up for auction in a simulcast live and online event on the weekend of April the 6th and 7th, 2019 at the Gosford Classic Car Museum. Get your tickets here.

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