Collector & Antique Auto Auctions - Antique Cars (Pre-1940) - Live & Online

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Date(s) 10/24/2020
Bidding Notice: All property is sold "AS IS", and ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Property is open to thorough public inspection. It is the Bidder's responsibility to determine condition, age, genuineness, value or any other determinative factor. High Plains Auctioneers may attempt to describe the merchandise in advertising, on the Internet and at the auction but makes no representations. In no event shall High Plains Auctioneers be held responsible for having made or implied any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Items must be removed from auction site within 14 days from auction date.
Auction Notice: All High Plains auctions are open to the public. We suggest you check the online catalog for items that you may be interested in. The day of the sale, you should arrive early so you can register to bid and take some time to check out items in person All items are organized in a logical fashion for easy viewing and comparison. We are happy to make any service records and manuals that we have on hand available to you. Plus, you can immediately take your item home with you after it's been paid for. Can't make it to the auction? Some High Plains auctions will be available for live, real-time bidding over the Internet via Hi-Bid. You can get to those by using the "Upcoming Auctions" at the top. You can see images of the equipment as it sells, some auctions you can hear the auctioneer call out bids and place your bids over the Internet, live and in real-time. New to online bidding? You also have the option of calling us before an auction and placing a telephone bid. What do I need to do to bid at an auction? Before bidding, we ask you to register. Registration starts the morning of the auction. When registering, you will be asked for a piece of photograph identification, such as a driver's license or other ID. If you plan on buy a major piece of equipment and are not already on our mailing list, you may need to supply a letter of credit or bank guarantee - check with our office before heading to the auction.
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Date(s) 10/31/2020
Bidding Notice: Auction is now open for bidding. We recommend you place your max bid and allow the computer to bid for you if you can not watch the auction close live.
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Date(s) 11/5/2020 - 11/11/2020
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Date(s) 11/14/2020 - 11/21/2020
Bidding Notice: Live Webcast Auction begins Saturday November 21th at 10:00 am ET. Additional lots will be added through Wednesday November 11th so keep checking back for new items. Questions please email Info@soldoncompass.com or call 800-729-6466

Cars from the 1930s and earlier are historical automobiles with a special place in the collector's world. Some of the most well-known automakers include Ford, Chevrolet, Packard, Hudson, Nash, Cadillac, Pierce-Arrow, Dodge, and Buick. Models and body styles of interest include hiboy roadsters (aka high-boy roadsters) and deluxe customs, the Model A and Model T (including “T buckets”), hot rods and street rods, 3-window coupes, convertibles, cabriolets with rumble seats, the 1932 Ford “Deuce,” Phaetons and Tudors, saloons and sedans, slantbacks and humpbacks, woodside “woody” wagons, and even panel delivery vans. For pre-war limousines, see the Exotic/Luxury page; for trucks, visit the Classic/Antique Trucks page. If you don't find the exact classic auto of your dreams here, circle back to HiBid.com later, as sellers new post new auction items.