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New Europe-wide online car auction platform launched

CollectingCars.com provides a secure platform for the sale of collectible cars from all eras, with the first auction taking place in spring

CollectingCars.com has opened for business. The site aims to offer a secure platform for enthusiasts to buy and sell their collectable cars, as well as provide an outlet for enthusiast focused content. The first auctions are set to commence in spring this year.

The Collecting Cars marketplace will span all of Europe. Owners submit their vehicles and automobilia for review by the company’s in-house team, with input from market specialists, ensuring each listing is advertised professionally and authoritatively.

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It’s also worth noting that Collecting Cars’s premiums and fees are significantly lower than conventional car auctions. The business has already gained the support of several industry-leading professionals, including automotive journalist Chris Harris.

The business was conceived by Edward Lovett, who has worked in the automotive industry throughout his career. His aim with the Collecting Cars brand was to create a community for enthusiasts across Europe to explore the world of collectable cars.

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When quizzed about the business’s ethos, he stated: “Collecting Cars is powered by technology but we have assembled a team of people who are – first and foremost – dyed-in-the-wool car enthusiasts.

“We realise the value of every car, no matter how valuable it is – so we encourage anyone thinking about selling their car to contact us to discuss our offer.”

What are your thoughts on the new Collecting Cars brand? Let us know in the comments section below…

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