A year after auction of more than 550 vintage cars, the hammer is down again at Rust Valley Restorers in Shuswap.
Last year, the auction drew bidders from around the world, but Rust Valley Restorers TV personality Mike Hall kept 60 of his favorites. need to repair even more
“I’m up to 120 again, I don’t know what’s going on,” Hall said.
“For the past three years, we have been allowed to use the yard from the church next door. they are good people But now they have plans to develop it. I have 30 days to clear all the areas. So I’ll either start stacking two or have to get rid of about 80 cars.”
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The auction is being filmed for the popular TV show.
“At the last auction I’m trying to keep Dodges because I have a relationship with Dodges, this time I’m trying to keep Coronets and Super Bees,” Hall said.
The auction will leave 25 cars on the lot for Hall and his team to renovate. So far it seems that finding a buyer shouldn’t be a problem.
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“We have a lot of activity,” said EG Auctions Todd Schwindt.
“We have about 600 people online who have signed up to bid and every minute since we started. We keep getting new bidders coming in.”
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The Rust Valley Restorers auction ends on Sunday, Oct. 2.
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