On Saturday, March 26, Classic Motorcar Auctions will hold its second antique auto and memorabilia at the John S. Knight center in downtown Akron. This is an outstanding venue for this type of event during the last doldrums of March. Bob Lichty, the owner of the auction company, has done a great job with his staff in assembling a nice variety of fun automobiles with examples to appeal to the novice collector as well as the seasoned automotive connoisseur.
The doors will open for previewing the cars at 9:00a.m. The auction will begin at 11:00 with a nice selection of memorabilia to decorate your garage, office or den. The first car should cross the block right around noon and the auction action should remain fast and furious until all of the estimated one hundred cars have had their time in the spotlight.
For more information on how to participate as a spectator, bidder or consignor, visit www.classicmotorcarauctions.com. A comprehensive list with photos of all of the featured lots can also be viewed on the website. A certain orange Packard has caught my eye, so I'll definitely be there. Check out the website and make a comment about the car you would most like to win.