Hershey at Home 2020 Auction Moves $5.6 Million Worth of Pre-war and Brass Era Vehicles
JACKSON, Miss., Oct. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Vault just wrapped up the Hershey at Home 2020 online auction, and what an auction it was! Over 130+ cars, including some as old as 120 years were auctioned to a live online audience of several thousand registered bidders at no minimum and no reserve. Not only did the sale boast some of the most historic and rare vehicles, but it also marked a historic moment for The Vault as they debuted their own online auction platform, SonicBidder.com, to host the sale. Sonic Bidder uses fast-paced bidding action with addictive sounds and an enthralling techno beat to create a Monte Carlo casino feeling. It was an exhilarating afternoon of high-speed, online bidding that made a lot of car collectors happy, renewed interest in antique brass vehicles, and proved The Vault to be a leader in the automotive industry, not just in the state of Mississippi but in international markets too. It also proved Sonic Bidder to be a formidable and super intuitive online platform perfect for any auction big or small.
Plaster began his car collection with his father many years ago. His illustrious fleet of pre-war and brass era vehicles are on display at the Evergreen Historic Automobile complex in Missouri.
Haines has been an avid car collector for 30+ years. His 55-year tenure in the electrical contracting business allows him to add new pieces to his eclectic collection. From the Halloween adorned Crypt Deville to his collection within a collection of 29 vintage fire trucks, Haines' collection is as diverse as it is entertaining.
The cars also drew impressive numbers. Alan Jackson's former Stutz Boattail Speedster hammered for $198,000 in the auction. A 1929 Rolls Royce hammered for $385,000. The oldest car in the sale, a Gasmobile Runabout from the year (no joke) 1900, hammered for $55,000. However, the star of the afternoon was by far the 1931/1952 Bentley that hammered for the most out of any one of the models. $418,000 to be exact.
ABOUT JD PASS AND THE VAULT
The Vault's leader JD Pass has been in the business for 40+ years. The Vault isn't his first rodeo both literally and figuratively. He has $5,000,000,000 in assets sold to this day, and with this online auction, he continues to show his expertise and ambition in both business administration and collector car sales. He continues to be a tremendous force in the automotive industry as he pushes The Vault and Sonic Bidder into the bustling world market.
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