Compass Auctions continues to see dramatic increases in auction participation and sales. According to Compass sales data, it has not only boosted the sheer number of monthly auctions, but also the size of each auction’s offerings and the range of products sold.
Evidenced by record numbers of registrants and direct customer feedback, Compass is pleased to see the growing popularity of their heavy equipment, firearms and vehicle auctions.
According to Compass’ Director of Automotive Acquisitions, Steven "Doc" Dockery, this month’s Compass Garage “Classic Auction” represents another leap forward in the evolution of the region’s fastest growing auction marketplace.
He said, “We’re looking to step things up, that’s for sure.
Along with our monthly equipment, surplus, and firearms auctions, we’re taking our vehicle sales to the next level.”
The Compass Garage, Classic Auction will be presented live as well as webcast nationwide on Saturday at noon (ET) — so bidders can go to the Compass Auction warehouse in person or they can stay home and bid from their PC or handheld device.
As “Doc” and his team prep the newest arrivals for sale, he took a minute to point out some of the Garage Classics featured vehicles.
He said, “Our intention is not to have a Barrett-Jackson or Mecum-sized inventory, but we’ve got some really cool cars, bikes, and motorsport related art and memorabilia. This is a new direction for vehicle auctions here at Compass. It’s been a lot of fun pulling it together. And, honestly, I think our bidding audience is going to love it!”
You can find links to the catalog and registration at https://www.soldoncompass.com/event/the-compass-classic/
List of featured vehicles:
1979 Ferrari 512BB Koenig
1968 Ford Torino
1973 VW Thing Type 181
1947 Ford F1
2007 Nissan 350z Spec Racer