BCA Auctions organizes special classic auction on 16 April

BCA Auctions is organizing its annual classic auction on 16 April. Numerous classics will be collected at the Landweer 4 in Barneveld. Interested parties can take a look from 9 hours in the showroom in the Gelderse locality. The starting signal for the auction will sound at 12.

It is expected that the list of classics and young timers to be sold will consist of more than 100 copies, called “lots” in auction terms. The range is diverse. A considerable number of American classics will go under the hammer. A beautiful Pontiac Starchief from 1955, a beautiful Chevrolet Corvette C2 from 1963, a Buick Riviera Coupé from 1971, a Cadillac Coupé de Ville from 1967 and some beautiful Ford Mustangs from the second series are gems from the land of unlimited possibilities.

A Buick Riviera is on the lot list of the BCA Classic auction this coming Saturday. © GM Company
Ook a special Buick Riviera from 1971 appears on the lot list of the BCA Classic auction this coming Saturday. © GM Company

Special and accessible classics from Europe and Japan
Fans of other historical material are also given the opportunity to come close to the heritage of our continent. Within the wide range on the lot list, the two copies of the Borgward Isabella stand out. Also a Peugeot 304 Cabriolet and a Alfa Romeo Spider will be offered. The aspiring Jag driver can make sure of the presence of a few XJs (generation II and III). The BMW enthusiast will look forward to the BMW 323 i from 1980 with more than normal interest, in our opinion a car that will definitely make it as a classic in the future. A beautiful motorcycle of the same brand will also be auctioned: a BMW R60 from 1975. Of course, Mercedes Benz is also represented, as evidenced by the presence of, among others, a 380 SL and 560 SL (both Baureihe R107 and imported from America). we would like to mention a few curiosities from the full range. You don't come across the beautiful Mazda 626 Coupé of the very first generation every day. A Vespa Scooter with sidecar is also a special feature. The classic vehicles mentioned are only a small part of an extensive , accessible and in any case colorful palette, about which BCA makes no technical judgment.The (provisional) lot list can be found here.

One of the cars auctioned by BCA this Saturday is a Peugeot 304 Cabriolet. Image: Peugeot
One of the cars auctioned by BCA this Saturday is a Peugeot 304 Cabriolet. Image: Peugeot

Free access, but costs after purchase
Entrance is free. However, there are some additional conditions with regard to the costs after purchasing a classic vehicle. The hammer prices in the Classic Auction include VAT and the rest BPM (unless stated otherwise). In addition to the hammer price, BCA pass holders pay a maximum of € 285 (excl. VAT). Candidates who want to buy a classic privately pay buyer's costs which are 10% of the hammer price, with a minimum amount of € 285 including VAT.




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