October Classic Car Auction Recap

The gavel has fallen as another Classic Car auction passed by for the month of October. Car enthusiasts were treated to 200 classic cars with many showstoppers not to be missed. We even took a turn back in time to some of the vintage Classics that you don’t come across too often. Let’s take a look at some of the standouts for this month!

The 1926 Ford TT and car trailer was a vintage classic not to be missed and gained a lot of attention come auction day. The classic was once driven by V8 Supercar driver Allan Moffat and went under the hammer timely with the GC 500 supercars race that also occurred on the same weekend.  Morley Ford had an advertisement running on TV of a brass band playing on the back of the truck and being driven around the city by V8 Supercar driver, Allan Moffat. It then moved to the Gold Coast in 1988 where it was stored in a shipping container until 2010. It was then fully restored and driven around periodically to club meets. The 1926 Ford TT had been fully restored and was aimed by the same custodian for 45 years. Selling for $22,500 it has now gone on to a new custodian to enjoy.

We all love a Porsche, and the 1983 Porsche 911 SC had some great bidding on auction day. Finished in maroon, this little beauty sold for $53,000! What a car this one was.

The 1990 Nissan R32 Scuderia GT-R was another head turner selling for $85,000. This classic was number 4 of 6 Australian delivered examples, congratulations to the new custodian on purchasing this great car!

And it wouldn’t be a classic car auction without a Blue Meanie! The 1985 Holden HDT VK SS selling for $150,00.

Those are just a few sold lots from what was another very successful auction. As always, you will find our next LIVE classic car auction on the last Saturday of every month, the next one being Saturday 25th November from 10am. Don’t miss out!

Matt Kalinski

Head Of Valuations

Qualifications & Affiliations

American Society of Appraisers Candidate Member

Certified Practicing Valuer AVAA


Matt has been in the valuations space for many years and has extensive experience in the space across an abundance of various industries. He now leads the valuations teams for Lloyds Auctions with a passion for encouraging his team to set and achieve high goals and produce great results for the company whilst growing the team’s skills starting with a great culture and team mindset.