Classic Car Auctions Continue To Move Online 2020
Government advice on the COVID-19 asks people to stay away from large public gatherings, like classic car auctions.
Here at supercarsandclassics.com we continue to see a larger number of classic car auctions companies’ move online or via the telephone bidding.
Before covid who would have thought that people would be bidding online for super and classic cars -- without seeing them in person.
But they have increasingly moved online, wealthy bidders are going online to buy collector cars worth six-figures or more at auctions without seeing them in person first.
Of course online car auctions are nothing new, example EBay Motors has been a venue for bidding on cars since 2000.
BringaTrailer.com, which started as a blog posting website began its own auction listing service in 2014. Now BringaTrailer's site is frequently cited by those in the industry as a growing influence in the world of collector cars.
But now we continue to see established auction houses -- like RM Sotheby's, Gooding & Co. and Barrett-Jackson are offering their own online auctions.
We have also seen the arrival of many more online car sales platforms like TheMarket.co.uk and Collectingcars.com providing live listings just like EBay but only for super and classic cars.
In fact here at supercarsandclassics.com, we will soon be offering our very own fully branded online auction sales platform, to our already established customer database and continue increase our sales presence to a wider audience.
We will keep you posted.