2021 GAA Classic Car Auction
Saturday was prime time at the 2021 GAA Classic Car Auction in Greensboro, North Carolina. Our Cars-On-Line auction team was really impressed by the quality of the auction offerings and astounded at some of the prices achieved here this weekend. The top car was a 2017 Ford GT special edition that sold for $970,000 on Saturday. There were also some Camaros and Corvettes which sold for top dollar.
What a sale they had at the 2021 GAA Classic Car Auction in Greensboro, North Carolina, February 25-27. The number of buyers here on Thursday was more than they ever expected. As of Saturday morning the official “sell thru rate” was 92 percent, an amazing sales rate for any auction.
Here are the top cars and trucks seen here on Saturday. Click the photos in the slider below to get more information on each car or truck.
Cars-On-Line.com’s Car Show team was in place here in Greensboro to bring our readers all the action as 650 cars crossed the auction block, GAA’s special auction facility they call The Automobile Palace was recently expanded to over five acres of display area. The sea of cars was endless.
We asked our readers to stay tuned to this page to find out what these vehicles sell for. It is a great way to keep up on collector car pricing. We are predicting that collector car values will rise this year as we work our way out of this COVID-19 pandemic. The way sales are going here in Greensboro collectors had better buckle up for a price increase on collector cars.
Photo journalist Bob Boberg of eClassicAutos.com did a short video to summarize the atmosphere inside the auction stadium this weekend. Click the photo window below and enjoy.
Once again this week we held an “auction watching party” for our readers as we followed the action at the 2021 GAA Classic Car Auction. Our readers were able to preview the cars here on this page before they appeared on the auction stage. Our Facebook page brought many of our readers into the conversation. The pricing has been pretty strong here this weekend so far. This could bode well for collector car prices as we get into the spring market.
Click here to watch the GAA Classic Car Auction on You Tube.
You can follow all of the auctions we cover here on the ClassiCarNews website. Click here to review some of our past auction reports.