Social distancing and protective gear are the only ways to beat this pandemic. As such, our friends at Worldwide Auctioneers have announced their first “Scottsdale in Auburn” for January 23rd. Because their headquarters is a spacious, climate-controlled facility, the first auction of the year will take place at 11 am local time. It will be streamed around the world from their headquarters at Kruse Plaza in adherence to all Covid-19 protocols.
Principal & Auctioneer Rod Egan said: “The decision to move our Arizona sale to Indiana in the new year was an easy one, given the curtailment and cancellation of so many of the live events that make up a traditional Arizona car week, amid ongoing health and safety concerns. We have already accommodated a very safe and successful live sale here in the fall with our Auburn Auction.”
On the docket, this year is a 1934 Packard Twelve used by FDR for the Chicago Dedication Parade. This piece of history is one of five “1107 Phaeton” bodies produced, and the odometer shows only 21,000 miles. Numerous awards include Pebble Beach Best In Class among many others.
The Steelwood Collection consists of 20 woodies offered without reserve. Many have been treated to frame-off restorations with all driveline components refreshed. Online bidders around the world will be supported by Proxibid, Invaluable, and LiveAuctioneers, while absentee and phone sales are also offered. The stars of the show will include a 2017 Ford GT with 300 miles. It is a one-owner car with no restrictions. The final run of the Ferrari 308 is represented by an 85 GTS QV, and it is flanked by a 2014 F12 berlinetta ordered in special paint. Click the button below for all the details and stay with us for all your Scottsdale updates.