20/10/2018 - 21/10/2018
9:00am
Newcastle, NSW

PRELIMINARY NOTICE

2 x MAJOR AUCTIONS – NEWCASTLE, N.S.W

Auction 1: October 20 & 21, 2018

Auction 2: November 30, December 1 & 2, 2018

Selling starting at 9.00am (A.E.S.T) each day

 

On account of Glen and Kelly Jennings proprietors of LOST IN THE 50’s MUSEUM,

42 Stenhouse Drive, Cameron Park, NSW 2285 (via Newcastle)

 

Auction 1: Features a significant motor vehicle collection, boats, caravans, motor bikes, signage and select memorabilia.

Auction 2: Features a significant collection of memorabilia, Coca-Cola, coin operated arcade games, bikes, pedal cars, toys, diner furniture, neon advertising and much much more.

Auctioneers Comment: This significant collection has been put together by Glen and Kelly Jennings and family over the last 35 years and has been on public display for the last 6. The collection summarises the American lifestyle in the 50’s and 60’s and comprises a significant collection of rare and desirable cars, boats, buses, caravans and motor bikes along with an extensive collection of all types of memorabilia from the era. Majority of the items have been hand selected by Glen in one of his 120 plus trips to the USA. A once in a lifetime opportunity and is not to be missed.

 

FULL DETAILS including CATALOGUE, INSPECTIONS etc to follow 

Fully catalogued sales – Full online and absentee bidding – No phone bidding 

Buyer’s Premium: Floor Bidders: Cars 6.6%, Other 15% applies to all lots. Online or Absentee Bidders: Cars 9.9% Other 17.5% applies to all lots

Payment Terms: EFT, EFTPOS or CASH only – absolutely no cheques 

Additional Information: lifting facilities available up to 2.5 tonne ($10 lift) – no items available for sale prior to auction – Catering available

 

Auctioneer: Ashley Burns 0408 618 294

Burns & Co

 Auctioneers and Valuers

57 – 59 Eighth Street, Mildura, Vic 3500

03) 5023 5000

MDO 60442

REMEMBER WHEN PRICE MATTERS THINK BURNS & Co

 

Click here for “Preliminary Vehicle Listing”

Click here for link to “Lost in the 50’s Museum”

 

 

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