The Toronto Classic Car Auction produced by CCP Auctions, will reach a new milestone this weekend ( April 29th, 30th, and May 1st), as it lifts the gavel on the largest selection of automotive memorabilia in the event's history.
"The Classic Car Auction of Toronto has become a tradition," said CCP Auctions owner Dan Spendick. "It has really become a ritual for classic car guys, and this sale we have the largest selection of automotive memorabilia ever".
Antique pedal cars, juke boxes, vintage gas pumps, neon signs, porcelain signs, tin gas station signage, and air pumps all go on sale starting Friday April 29th at the International Centre in Toronto.
The items are hot sellers and are popular with car enthusiasts who are looking to accessorize and decorate their garages, their dens, and their businesses.
The majority of items are original or restored originals, each offering a snap shot of a moment in history.
"The majority of the items will be sold on the first day of the auction ( This Friday )", said Spendick. "It's a big incentive for people to come out for the first day of the sale."
A full list of the memorabilia being offered can be found at www.ccpauctions.com
All of the items being sold at no reserve.