Shannons Spring Timed Online Auction features 246 lots, including cars, motorcycles, memorabilia and numerical number plates from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Bidding opens today (Tuesday the 8th of November) and closes on Tuesday 15th of November. Jump on now to check it out!

Shannons Spring Timed Online Auction features 246 lots, including cars, motorcycles, memorabilia and numerical number plates from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

Shannons Spring Timed Online Auction features 246 lots, including cars, motorcycles, memorabilia and numerical number plates from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

Highlights of the auction include a fabulous 1934 Packard Twelve Convertible Victoria by Dietrich, arguably one of the most significant pre-war cars in Australia. Plus, a very unique 1933 MG K3 (Recreation) Roadster. Inspired by organising a pair of original MG K3s from Australia to compete in the 1993 Mille Miglia retrospective, their enthusiast vendor took the subsequent decision to build his own K3 replica. There are also a heap of rare bikes to check out, all with reasonable expected values!


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There are 11 Victorian Heritage Number Plates, 4 Queensland Q Plates and 7 NSW Numeric Number Plates going under the hammer. Featuring two rare double-digit early plates, NSW plate ‘92’ and Queensland plate ‘Q12’.

Bidding opens on today (Tuesday the 8th of November) and closes on Tuesday 15th of November. Jump on now to check it out!

Bidding opens on today (Tuesday the 8th of November) and closes on Tuesday 15th of November. Jump on now to check it out!

The Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane Auction Showrooms are open for viewing. The Shannons Auction team is there to help, if you have any questions contact them on 1300 078 500 or you can send an email to auctions@shannons.com.au.


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