London, May 2011

Coys, Barons, Historics of Brooklands, H & H, Silverstone & Channons auctioneers are all using's live auction facility for their forthcoming May & June sales. Buyers will be able to browse online catalogues and participate in the auction from anywhere in the world.

The advantage of bidding online is clear: instead of having to attend an auction to place a bid, bidders can now log on from anywhere in the world and take part in the bidding process as it happens.

Highlights from's previous classic car sales have included; H & H's December auction, selling a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 online for £130,000 and Historics at Brooklands selling a 1958 Mercedes-Benz online for £61,000. Registered bidders for span over 50 countries. provides audio as well as a reliable live video stream. A fully illustrated online catalogue for each auction will be available on in advance of each sale. During the sales, internet bidders can hear and see the auction in real time. Online buyers will hear their bids being relayed directly to the auctioneer via's live audio feed.

Richard Lewis of commented:

"We're very excited about the forthcoming classic car sales. We attract buyers from around the World; Internet bidding will allow them to participate in the auction without having to travel thousands of miles.'s interface gives internet bidders a real sense of the atmosphere of the auction, without being there in person."

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