With the first Collectors Sale of classic and vintage machinery hosted by Euro Auctions being hailed as a resounding success, a new date has been announced for the second sale in Northern Ireland.
If the previous sale is anything to go by, Euro Auctions expects to gain interest from an international audience of educated buyers at this one-day sale.
The preview days prior to the auction will be a physical sale. This unique sale will be conducted on-line in real time, via the internet, with Euro Auctions marketing the event to a database of regular buyers in over 115 countries, enabling consignors to tap into an international market.
The classic, vintage, and antique tractors, agricultural machinery and motor cars that owners are consigning to this sale, there is space at Castle Irvine for more lots.
There is a 1974 Ford 5000 that is guaranteed to get the crowds excited and it is under 10 hours on the clock.
This tractor has been owned by Brian Keys since 1999 when it was purchased at a disposal sale. It has been looked after, but never worked, and will go under the hammer on August 28.
A record was achieved at the last sale when the 1995 Massey Ferguson 390T, which had undergone a full ‘Grade A’ restoration, sold for £30,000, perhaps at this sale the Ford 5000 will set another new record at the upcoming sale in August.
A record was achieved at the last sale when the 1995 Massey Ferguson 390T, which had undergone a full ‘Grade A ‘ restoration, sold for £30,000, perhaps at this sale the Ford 5000 will set another new record.
Consignors will be invited to enter machinery and vehicles at the sale. There are categories for the sale in classic, antique and vintage.
- There are tractor
- Agricultural machinery.
- Construction machinery.
- Motor vehicles.
- There are commercial vehicles.
The previous Collectors Sale was a resounding success and showed us all just how much interest there is for this age of machinery. Some very special items were included in the event because of the diversity of lots for sale. The star of the show was the exceptional Massey Ferguson 390T.
The Ford 5000 has set the bar high, but we do n’t know what the star of the show will be until the day of the sale. The consignors did a great job in May and delighted the crowds with the lots for sale. You never know what will show up until the lots arrive at the auction site. We may be surprised by our consignors.
Consignors are invited to register their machinery and vehicles at this sale by contacting Euro Auctions.