GAA Classic Cars Auction November 7–9

GAA Classic Cars Auction, November 7-9 will bring 650 classic, muscle, unique and collectible vehicles to the auction block. Over 150 of them will be sold at no reserve.

Located on Norwalk Street in Greensboro, NC, GAA Classic Cars Auction (GAACC) consigns unique vehicles from all over the country with an assortment ranging from pre-war to present day vehicles. A plethora of different makes and models from European and Asian imports to domestic favorites like the Chevy Corvette, Ford Mustang and Dodge Viper. GAACC also brings in buyers from all over the United States and world!

This fall auction is sure to excite all car enthusiasts especially those who love a bargain. Featured this fall is a collection of more than 45 vehicles from George Shinn, the creator, founder and original owner of the Charlotte Hornets. The entire collection will be crossing the block without reserve. That means that everything will be sold to the highest bidder. GAACC is proud to host this desirable collection from the man who brought the first major league professional sports team to the Carolinas.

George Shinn’s collection features several vehicles from 1957 including a Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner retractable hardtop, a Chevrolet 210 2-dr sedan and multiple Chevrolet Bel Airs, like this Bel Air 2-dr hard top. The highest bidder will take home a 2013 Dodge Challenger Daytona with a 350 CID 5.7L 372HP Hemi Engine. The most popular vehicle of this no reserve collection is the 1954 Hudson Hornet convertible with a pristine red interior and exterior.

Interested in experiencing the thrills of a GAA Classic Cars auction? Make plans to be at the Automobile Palace in Greensboro, NC November 7th starting at 1pm and November 8th & 9th starting at 10am. You can expect an exciting event filled with southern charm, an exceptional facility and a selection of vehicles that will impress the most proficient car expert.

Check out complete lineup of available car here

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