Formed a decade ago by vintage motorcar specialists Rod Egan and John Kruse, Worldwide Auctioneers now hosts two strategically located regional sales per year – one in Houston, Texas, and one in Auburn, Indiana. They also organize select, stand-alone auctions of private collections throughout the year. Over the years they have realized multiple world records, in auctions featuring everything from vintage racers to European sports cars, brass era and pre-war cars to select American muscle and 50’s convertibles.
The next Worldwide Auctioneers event will be held August 30th in Auburn, Indiana where they will be auctioning close to 100 vehicles. At last year’s Auburn auction, the highest selling vehicle was a 1933 Auburn Twelve Custom Phaeton Sedan, which sold for $275,000. The runner up was a 1947 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Drophead Coupe, which sold for $264,000. To learn more about Worldwide Auctioneers, click here.