Glenmarch launches the resource for the classic and collector car auction market

21 11 2016

LONDON, UK – November 21, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –

  • Online portal containing over 20,000 auction cars covering no less than 325 sales
  • Published results from 35 global classic and collector car auctions as well as an upcoming sales search facility
  • Glenmarch.com is designed to be used by enthusiasts, buyers, sellers and anyone seeking a definitive guide to the classic car auction scene
    21 November, 2016

A new classic car auction directory has launched today, aiming to make searching for upcoming classic car lot listings and historical results far easier than ever before. Glenmarch’s public portal has data from all of the major players in the global classic and collector car auction space, within one, easy-to-navigate, website. Glenmarch is the result of more than two years of intensive research and development*.

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With over 20,000 listings from a total of 325 sales*, Glenmarch.com is the most comprehensive directory of its type. Users are able to view the results and current lot listings for each auction house, as well as by car make and model. No less than 35 auction houses have agreed to share their data with the website, resulting in the most comprehensive and easy to use resource of its type, and one that promises to revolutionise the ease with which people can research the forthcoming availability of classic cars coming to auction.

The brainchild of site founder Rod Laws, Glenmarch has been two years in the making: “I had the idea for the website after getting increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t an auction-only equivalent to classic car classifieds,” said Laws. “I was looking to buy at auction but spent hours trawling through each auction site. I knew then that there was a gap in the market and I believe we have launched the best possible, free-to-access, resource on the internet. Up until now, there hasn’t been a single ‘go to’ website which lists all of the upcoming auction lots from almost every classic car auction house, worldwide. That is the offer that Glenmarch now brings to marketplace.”

Aimed to be the ultimate, dedicated classic car auction portal, visitors to the website will also be able to keep up-to-date on classic car auction-related news as well as utilising the marque-specific directory. Glenmarch has compiled a list of suppliers, including finance companies, restorers, event companies and everything in between.

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The site is set-up so that prospective buyers can elect to receive email alerts based on their preferences, making it easier to track and trace classic and collector cars.

*Archive runs from 1st January, 2015.

PR contacts

For press enquiries please contact: Hannah Burgess, Torque Agency Group hburgess@torqueagencygroup.com or on +44 (0)7730 570975

About Glenmarch

Launched in Q4 2016, Glenmarch is the online resource for anyone interested in the classic and collector car auction markets.

Glenmarch’s resource covers all models offered for sale at classic car auctions, using a rolling 20-year cut-off date. Cars manufactured after this date are included if they fall into either a ‘modern classic’ or ‘collector car’ category. All major European, Australian and selected North American auctions are covered, with all results archived from 1st January 2015.

The directory has the ability for users to search for upcoming lots in future auctions, looking back at past sales and tracking a model’s price as well as offering auction-related news and a classic car service companies.

Source: Glenmarch

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