Thursday, July 30, 2009

Worldwide Auctioneers

While touring the Worldwide headquarters with John Kruse of Worldwide Auctioneers, I quickly saw the vision John had been speaking of so passionately. Located on the DeKalb and Allen County line in Auburn, Indiana, the Worldwide facility is extremely visible from the freeway, with the showroom located only 63 feet from the passing traffic. It is also conveniently located close to the airport and Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum. As we made our way around the work site, John explained what made Worldwide so unique. One of those features is a 3/8 mile test track, where potential buyers can test drive vehicles before bidding. I don't know of any other auction that will allow that! Another unique feature of Worldwide that John didn't mention, but I picked up on immediately, is the touch of class added with everything they do. Everyone I've met from the company has been extremely courteous and friendly. Their website is extremely well done:, and their catalog they send to buyers is so extravagant it should win an award. I can't wait to see what their facility looks like when it's finished.

I'm looking forward to Worldwide's Auburn auction on September 5th, 2009. Auburn is trademarked as the Classic Car Capital of the World, and the auction is taking place during the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival. If you're looking to purchase a quality collector car, consider getting it at Worldwide's Auction because that's all you'll find there, high quality, unique automobiles.

Take a moment to check out Worldwide's website, you won't be disappointed:

The view from the entrance looking at the future spot of the building.

A 3/8 mile test track, now that's awesome!

The showroom looking out to the freeway.

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