While anyone can draft a new marketing tagline, we back up our “We Care More About You & Your Cars” maxim at Worldwide Auctioneers with results on the auction block and customer loyalty. A look back over the past dozen years confirms that Worldwide Auctioneers is the industry leader in the marketing and execution of collection auctions, both in terms of stand-alone collections, and of collection auctions as part of our regularly scheduled auction calendar. In fact, collections are what we specialize and excel in – at No Reserve, providing the utmost in efficiency, personal service, and strong sale results for families and estates when the time comes to sell. Here is a quick rundown:

Stand-Alone No Reserve Collection Auctions:

December 2005 – 175 cars – The Michael Leith Collection at The Raleigh Classic

June 2007 – 70 Cars – The Sterling McCall Old Car Museum Auction

April 2009 – 111 cars – The Jay Weinberg Collection Auction

June 2009 – 172 cars – The Old Car Heaven Museum Auction

May 2010 – 82 cars – The Monical Collection Auction

October 2013 – 125 cars – The Paul Burt Collection Auction

October 2015 – 101 cars – The Ron Brown Estate Collection Auction

April 2017 – 44 cars – The Bobby Monical Collection Auction

No Reserve Collection Auctions as Part of Our Annual Auctions:

May 2006 – The Chris Minnick Collection Auction

November 2007 – The Walt Satterthwaite Estate Collection Auction

May 2010 – The Fred Buess Collection

August 2011 – The Verlan Herberer Collection

August 2011 – The DeSimone Collection

August 2011 – The Jeff Bernard

May 2012 – The Paul J. Meyer Estate Collection

August 2012 – The Burr Joslin Estate Collection

April 2013 – The Bob Solberg Collection

August 2017 – The Allen Smith Collection

September 2017 – The Jimmie Taylor Collection

September 2017 – The Chuck Runyon Estate Collection

April 2018 – The Pamela & Eugene Knies Collection

In keeping with our expertise in this market, we are honored to present our 17th Annual Texas Classic Auction, slated for Saturday, April 21st and featuring The Collection of Pamela and Eugene Knies, offered entirely Without Reserve. Expertly assembled over many years by well-known Texas collector and franchised auto dealer, Eugene Knies, The Collection of Pamela and Eugene Knies comprises nearly 80 cars, featuring high line exotics and a myriad of interesting low-mileage motorcars, spanning the decades. As announced by Worldwide Auctioneers’ Principal & Auctioneer John Kruse, “It is unusual to come across such a striking collection of low mileage and largely original vintage American cars and modern exotics, distinctive for their condition and the obvious care that has been expended on them. Mr. Knies was a knowledgeable and passionate collector and we are happy to be in position to offer this outstanding collection in Texas next month, entirely without reserve.”

Highlights from this fascinating and diverse collection are many, with the vast majority being pampered, low-mileage examples that were carefully selected by Mr. Knies. Virtually every American marque is represented, and the collection provides a wonderful tour through postwar automotive history.

The Texas Classic Auction is scheduled for Saturday, April 21st at the Arlington Convention Center in the Dallas metroplex, close to the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Park, home of the Texas Rangers. The sale will once again run in conjunction with the Concours d’Elegance of Texas, now in its sixth year. The Texas Classic Auction starts at 11am on Saturday, April 21st, with preview days on April 19th and 20th from 9am – 6pm. The sale is open to the public, with admission by catalogue at $75, or $30 for general admission with limited seating. Children of 12 and under are admitted free if accompanied by an adult. Further information on bidder registration, admission, and all the weekend schedules are available online at worldwideauctioneers.com or by calling us at 800.990.6789 or 1.260.925.6789. Full details on the Concours d’Elegance of Texas are available at concoursoftexas.org