Annual Porsche Sale moves to new Warwickshire venue
Porsche Club GB’s annual auction gets a new and prestigious venue this year, with its late September sale taking place at Dallas Burston Polo Club
Porsche Club GB in collaboration with Silverstone Auctions will this year hold its annual Porsche Sale taking place on September 28 at a new venue, the Dallas Burston Polo Club.
Porsche Club GB is the only UK club approved by Porsche itself, and first collaborated with Silverstone Auctions on the Porsche Sale in 2015.
This year the sale will be held for the first time at the award-winning Dallas Burston Polo Club in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside. The location boasts a 600-acre estate with four venues on site.
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The late September Porsche Sale will be Silverstone Auctions’ debut sale at the club, with its full September sale to be held the following day.
'We are extremely pleased to be able hold the Porsche Sale 2018 at such an amazing facility as Dallas Burston Polo Club,' said Joe Watts, classic car specialist at Silverstone Auctions. 'Now in its fourth year, the Porsche Sale has grown from strength to strength. With limited spaces available in the sale it is important for Porsche owners to get in touch now as we will only be able to accommodate the best examples into our highly exclusive sale.'
Last year’s sale brought in a total of £2.5m, with highlights including a 1998 Porsche 911 Turbo S selling for £253,125, a very rare 1992 Porsche 911 RS Touring selling for £219,375 and a 1955 Porsche Chamonix 500 Spyder recreation selling for £43,875.
'The Porsche Sale is always one of the highlights of our year,' added Chris Seaward, general manager of Porsche Club GB. 'We are delighted to be working with the Silverstone team once again. The quality of Porsches at their sales is always second to none and our members are very excited to see what the Silverstone Auctions team will bring to the sale this year.'
Silverstone Auctions is a specialist auction house for the sale of classic and other types of cars as well as for automotive memorabilia. The company holds a number of sales at the Silverstone circuit such as at Silverstone Classic. It also hosts auctions each year at other major classic car events including the NEC Classic Motor Show and Race Retro.
For more information on the sale and the rest of Silverstone Auctions’ upcoming sales please visit the Silverstone Auctions website.
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