8% (minimum $800) for vehicles 15% for memorabilia
Who is the Auctioneer?
Brent Earlywine - NCAU 7096
How much is general admission?
Due to the COVID19 Pandemic we are unable to welcome spectators to this event.
How do you bid?
There are three ways you may bid at this auction. On-site bidding, online bidding, and telephone bidding. Call (919) 269.5271 for complete details to these options. For telephone bidding - all signed paperwork must be in our office one week before the auction starts to be eligible.
What are acceptable methods of payment?
Auctions America LLC will accept the following methods of payment:
Personal or company checks will be accepted with prior approval from Auctions America LLC and a Bank Letter of Guarantee prior to the auction date. The original bank letter must be on file at the auction office prior to bidding. NO EXCEPTIONS
Cashier's Checks will be accepted with a minimum $5,000 cashiers check deposit to be held in auction office upon check-in (must have enough funds via Cashier's Check to pay for entire purchase(s))
Cash will be accepted with a $5,000 on-site cash deposit to be held in auction office upon check-in (must have enough cash available to pay for entire purchase(s))
J. J. BEST BANC & CO, financiers of fine classic automobiles, will be on site for financing. Offering long terms and low rates, financing is available for most model cars ranging from 1900 to today. Call them at 1-800-872-1965 or visit their website at www.jjbest.com
Where can I find a listing of what cars sold at previous auctions?
Great Question! We work hard at finding rare and interesting vehicles for our auctions, so it's no wonder that a lot of people are curious about what cars sold to who, and what price they sold for.
That being said, we also highly value not just our classic cars but the privacy of those who attend our auctions. If people want to disclose what they purchased and the price, that is completely their privilege as the new owner.
For our part, we respect and maintain our buyers' privacy. That's been our position since we began the Raleigh Classic, and it will continue for as long as we keep going. It's important to us that classic car enthusiasts know what the Raleigh Classic stands for.
We want you to enjoy the auction, enjoy the cars, and enjoy the community. Let's keep our focus on that and make the next Raleigh Classic the best ever.