In most cases yes, the viewing options will be described in the description of the car for sale. We strongly encourage that you view the car or have a specialist or someone who has the necessary knowledge to do so before bidding. Please email us or call 0211 478 034 to arrange this
The simple answer to this is no. By submitting a winning bid you are make a legal purchase agreement and as such it is important to ensure that due diligence and inspections have been completed before bidding.
Please be advised that when purchasing a vehicle by Auction there is no warranty or cooling off period as cars are sold ‘as is’ basis. Descriptions are those provided by the Vendor and the sales description shall only be used as a guide by Classic Car Auctions and cannot be interpreted as an inspection. A bidders own inspection is recommended prior to bidding.
In short, no. Once a vehicle has been consigned with Classic Car Auctions the vehicle may not be listed for sale elsewhere until the auction has been completed. Should the vehicle be sold during this period then the buyers premium is applicable of the agreed reserve.
Yes, this is a condition of listing your vehicle with Classic Car Auctions and would need to be accepted by us prior to the car being listed on our website. We would be looking for 100-150 photos of the car and we will provide a photography guide which should be used for reference by the photographer.