July Collectors’ Cars, Motorcycles and Automobilia Highlights

By July 13, 2020News

Sundays Collectors’ Cars, Motorcycles and Automobilia at Webb’s saw crowds reaching into the hundreds gather to witness some of the worlds most illustrious Marques go under the hammer. Names synonymous with international luxury; Rolls Royce, Masarati, Mercedes and Porsche were inspected, admired and sold to a packed auction room.

Competition was fierce, with multiple phones from domestic and offshore bidders on most lots, contesting both the online platform and those enjoying the action in the room. The end result; the hammer total achieving well over half a million dollars, and 80% of all vehicles offered sold on the day.

Highlights included the 1973 Porsche 911T, with a pre-auction estimate of $100,000 – $125,000. A timeless piece of motoring design and effortless class was recognized well by Webb’s discerning buyers, eventually selling for $172,500 (including BP). Lot 9 represented a rare opportunity for collectors to acquire a 1936 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Hardtop. With bidders on the phone, in the room, and online indicating the strength of Webbs buyers at the top end of the market; the hammer eventually falling at $138,000 (including BP).

Vehicles of the two-wheeled variety were also hotly contested, with the 1932 Panther Model 50 Motorcycle & Sidecar riding away to a cool $17,250 (including BP) against an estimate of $10,000 – $14,000.


Consignment is now open for the next Collectors’ Cars, Motorcycles and Automobilia Auction on December 13, promising yet another selection of exciting, quality vehicles to be presented to an eager market of buyers and enthusiasts. Contact our team now!

Ian Nott
Collectors Cars, Motorcycles and Automobilia