Carlisle’s Spring auction event (presented by eBay Motors) returns to its normal April time frame (April 21-25) in 2021. Once again, there promises to be non-stop automotive fun spanning hundreds of acres and two facilities.
While Spring Carlisle itself might offer a shopping bonanza for some, others flock to the Carlisle Expo Center for the chance to enjoy live collector car auction excitement on April 22nd and 23rd. Carlisle Auctions offers not one but three ways to bid; in person, on the phone, or online and for those who pre-register to bid and want to bid online, that process can start right away.
Enthusiasts that want to look and serious buyers can preview the auction and consignments that have checked in starting April 21. From there, nearly every car will be in place for the event by 7 a.m. on April 22. The bidding will start each day at 12 p.m. (EST).
Carlisle Auctions is in the giving spirit for 2021 as well, moving select lots for charity. At press time, this includes a beautiful 1964 Cadillac Eldorado and a wooden American Flag art piece. The car comes to Carlisle Auctions by way of the Williamsport, Maryland Volunteer Fire Company & EMS.
There will also be a 2015 Ford Mustang Ecoboost Coupe. Proceeds from this sale benefit the Rescue 22 Foundation. 100-percent of the sales from these items will benefit the fire company and Warrior Project, respectively.
The event will also feature an all-truck specialty hour on April 22 that will spotlight all things Truck. This hour should see about two dozen Trucks of various styles, sizes and eras cross the block.
“We are thrilled to offer our second auction of the season in Carlisle,” noted Tony Cline, Director of Auction Operations. “We are eager to showcase and sell the consignments we have to date but we are also actively looking for more. If you have a vehicle that you’d like to sell, call us today to reserve your spot. We can’t wait to have you as part of this fantastic auction starting April 22.”
Vehicles will begin loading in on Tuesday, April 20. All outdoor placements can be viewed by one and all, but only event staff, registered buyers/sellers and guests, and select business partners are permitted to enter the Expo Center during the auction.
Due to gathering restrictions, general spectators are restricted from entering the Expo Center. If a lot doesn’t sell, Carlisle Auctions offers a “Still for Sale” option for one last chance at connecting seller and buyer person to person and away from the spotlight of the auction block. “Still for Sale” is available starting April 22 and is available in person for a few days following the event in person and online at www.CarlisleAuctions.com for approximately three weeks.
Carlisle Auctions is COVID-19 compliant and follows current guidelines suggested by state officials as well as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). A detailed Health/Safety Measures summary is available on CarlisleAuctions.com.