Citing safety, Worldwide Auctioneers has made the decision to move their 2021 Scottsdale auction to the company’s headquarters in Auburn, IN.
The 2020 event was held at Singh Meadows in Scottsdale, AZ.
Moving to the companies hometown for 2021 allows Worldwide to utilize its climate-controlled facility, which has already been optimized with public health safety measures in mind.
“Hosting the Scottsdale Auction in Auburn is the culmination of what has been an extraordinary year for all of us,” said Rod Egan, Principal, and Auctioneer. “The decision to move our Arizona sale to Indiana in the new year was an easy one, given the curtailment and cancellation of so many of the live events that make up a traditional Arizona car week, amid ongoing health and safety concerns. We have already accommodated a very safe and successful live sale here in the fall with our Auburn Auction.”
Worldwide is known for representing everything from pre-war to classics, sports cars, exotics, and American muscle — and at this event, 80% of the lots will be offered without reserve.
Watch for a 1934 Packard Twelve 1107 Phaeton that is said to have been used by President Franklin D. Roosevelt for the Chicago dedication parade. It’s one of five built and has a number of 100-point scores, including a Pebble Beach Best in Class and CCCA Primary, Senior and Premier First Place awards.
Worldwide will also present 20 Woodie wagons from the Steelewood Collection, including a rare Marmon-Herrington 1947 Mercury and a 1950 Mercury Series 0CM Monarch — one of three known.
The event will take place both live and online on Saturday, January 23 at 11 am EST. Bidding will take place either online, over the phone, or live and in-person — with absentee bidding also available.
Learn more at www.worldwideauctioneers.com.