Whether you're a bidder, a consignor or just a casual viewer, there's nothing more exciting at an auction than No Reserve lots, and the 2019 Raleigh Classic kicks off in exciting fashion with almost three dozen consecutive cars that are guaranteed to sell. This weekend's event from Raleigh Classic Car Auctions will have a little bit of something for car lovers of all types, and the action is sure to be fast and furious right from the start.
Just looking at these initial no reserve cars gives a clue of just how diverse the lineup will be at the auction with lots ranging from a 1927 Ford Model T to basic transportation such as the 2003 Plymouth PT Cruiser. The '80s and '90s are well represented in this batch as are domestic cars, but you can still pickup classics like the 1953 Willys M38 A1 and a handful of imports including a well-kept 1987 Mazda RX-7. One of the coolest cars in the whole auction is the 1972 Triumph GT6 (shown above), but you can't overlook increasingly collectible late-model cars like the 1994 Oldsmobile Eighty Eight with just 22,000 miles
These aren't the only lots being sold at no reserve, but this should help set the tone for an exciting auction. There are five collections that will be included in this auction as well including the aptly named Southern California Collection that consists of cars originating from the salt- and humidity-free roads of California.
The 2019 Raleigh Classic runs December 6-7, so be sure you're registered to bid if you want a shot at driving home in one these no-reserve cars or any of the other classic and collectible vehicles that will be crossing the auction block – there will be more than 250 cars in total.
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