The 2019 Raleigh Classic Auction was in Prime Time Saturday mode here at the Jim Graham Building at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, North Carolina. Today many highly desirable classic muscle cars, 1950s classics, vintage collectibles, and low-mile collectibles were offered for sale here. The excitement was palpable as many high-quality cars crossed the auction block.
This is a highly revered sale with collectors from all of the southeastern states who flocked to buy collectible vehicles. This auction is famous for some of the best low-mile collection cars currently available on the collection market. And Cars-On-Line.com was available for all the auction action.
For a few years now, Mike Leith, a well-known car dealer and car collector, has sponsored this unique classic car auction that attracts some really good low-mile collection cars. It is the only auction that all classic car dealerships in the Southeast feel they cannot miss. If you can’t be there in person, you can sign up now to bid online. All bidders will have access to the live broadcast so you can view the sale in streaming video.
Here’s a quick auction preview of the Graham Building’s Raleigh Classic inventory on Thursday. (Video by Bob Boberg from eClassicAutos.com)
On Friday, a record crowd attended the opening day of the Raleigh Classic Auction here in Raleigh, North Carolina, from December 6 to 7, 2019. On Saturday, they announced that the Raleigh Classic had a direct sale rate. 77%. Opening day sale on Friday.
Our first impression of the 2019 Raleigh Classic Auction inventory is that there are many classic Corvettes for sale, many from an exclusive California collection. There are also a number of clean Cadillacs, BMWs and Mercedes, many with few miles and in good repair. Click the link to scan inventory from online auction.
Mike Leith’s auto collector network will draw some very good low mile collector cars. It is the only auction that all classic car dealerships in the Southeast feel they cannot miss.
Cars-On-Line Photojournalist Bob Boberg of eClassicAutos.com was on hand Friday and Saturday to capture the action through his camera lens. Be sure to bookmark this page to follow your photos and videos. We will inform you of auction action and sale prices throughout the weekend. Follow our Twitter and Facebook pages to see sales in real time.