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The Maple City Classic Car Auction Rolls Into Chatham July 9th!

What better place to buy or sell your dream car, than in the heart of Canada’s “Classic Car Capital” – Chatham, Ontario. The Maple City Classic Car Auction will offer over 100 classic and special interest vehicles up for bids, along with many excellent examples of unique memorabilia, like gas pumps, neon signs, and many other pieces of outstanding automobilia and petroliana.

Last year’s 1st Annual Chatham Auction came out of the gate very strong and featured a fantastic selection of rare & desirable cars and this year’s offering looks to be equally impressive. Some cars worthy of mention include a pristine 1939 Ford Deluxe Convertible Coupe (the last year for the rumble seat), a 1955 Ford Pickup from California, a body-off restored 1956 Mercury Convertible and a well documented 1970 Mustang Boss 302 with just 28,000 actual miles.

It all takes place indoors at the John D. Bradley Convention Centre on Richmond Street, just minutes off Hwy 401 (Bloomfield Road exit) and only an hour drive from Windsor, Sarnia or London. Admission is only $10 person (kids under 12 free) and includes free bidder’s card and plenty of free parking.

For over 26 years, the CCP Auctions team has hosted Canada’s largest classic car auctions in Toronto, attracting thousands of collectors and car enthusiasts from across Canada and the U.S. Now the auction action comes to their hometown with another outstanding lineup of vehicles from the last century of motoring history.

As spaces are filling up quickly for this sale, sellers are encouraged to register their cars early for the best placement and additional advertising exposure. For those wishing to consign their vehicles to the auction, information and consignment forms can be found online at: or by calling (519) 676-0396.

This 1970 Boss 302 Mustang is one of the Headline Vehicles for the Upcoming Maple City Classic Car Auction

U.S. buyers take note of the favorable currency exchange rate and our great Canadian hospitality. And while in town, enjoy some of our many fine restaurants, unique shops, historic museums and family attractions throughout the city and county.

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