Thursday, 07 September 2017 14:20

Saratoga Auto Auction

[All photos provided by www.SaratogaAutoAuction.org]

SARATOGA SPRINGS –  The Saratoga Automobile Museum will be hosting thousands of automobile lovers on Sept. 22 – 23. A full day preview will be Thursday, Sept. 21 and Friday, Sept. 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The live auction will start at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22 and 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 23 with famed auctioneer Brent Earlywine running the show. The best food truck from the Capital Region will also be on site. The auction will take place at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.

Spectator tickets are $20 a day or $30 for both days and can be purchased online at www.saratogaautoauction.org. Through Sept. 10, spectator tickets are $5 off with promo code AUCTION5OFF.

“We have an exceptional collection of cars, boats, trucks, and motorcycles set to be auctioned off on the Saratoga Performing Art Center Stage,” said auction director Jeff Whiteside.

“The event, a fundraiser for the Saratoga Automobile Museum to support its education programs and distracted driving safety initiative which grows more awareness every day. We will have over $8,000,000 worth of vehicles consigned and bidder registrations are now open,” Whiteside informed.

Whiteside had the goal of 200 consigned vehicles.

“We expect a large crowd to attend along with buyers and sellers. We have American, Foreign, Antique, Classic, Exotic, Modern, and Hot Rod cars consigned along with a number of boats and motorcycles, all in a broad range of prices.”

With a wide variety of vehicles for under $20,000, buyers will have the opportunity to join the “hobby,” and the eager collector will have a variety to choose from, some of which have never been for sale at any auction before.

Bidders have several options to participate; either online, live, or by phone through Proxibid. To register online, go to www.saratogaautoauction.org/register-to-bid or contact Olivia Harrison at 518-587-1935 ext. 13.

Several TV personalities will be at the auction, including Steve Hale of the show History Channel’s American Restorations and the star of Discovery Channel’s American Choppers, Paul Teutul Jr. Steve and Paul Jr. are both available for photos and to greet the public.

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