Worldwide Auctioneers is joining the Arizona party.
The Indiana-based auction house will be headed to Scottsdale, Arizona for the first time on Jan. 18, 2017, for its inaugural auction during Arizona Car Week. The auction will be held at the old Scottsdale Auto Park off of East McDowell Road in Scottsdale.
After exploring the idea of holding an auction in Scottsdale for the last couple years, Worldwide Auctioneers’ Principal and Chief Auctioneer Rod Egan said that his team is more than excited to be featuring an auction in Scottsdale.
“We’re excited to be the first catalogue auction during the (auction) week,” Egan said. “Arizona is such a full week deal, and our team is excited to be the first destination.”
According to Worldwide’s Facebook page, the auction will include 80 lots. The docket will feature several rare Porsches from the Darwin James Collection, as well as a 1966 Shelby GT350 Convertible, one of four Shelby GT350 convertibles produced in 1966. More specifics on the docket will be coming soon, according to Egan.
Worldwide Auctioneers will join six other auction houses, including Barrett-Jackson, Gooding & Company, Bonhams, RM Sotheby’s, Russo and Steele and Silver Auctions, that will be holding auctions around the greater Scottsdale area during the third week of January.