The number of entries has continued to increase and it is important that both of us are happy with the valuation before we proceed. This ensures that we are able to offer the best selection of cars at the right price.
So, firstly we need to be able to view the car either in person or by email with images. We need information such as service history or other documents, has it been in long-term single/family ownership, does it have its original buff log and or a current V5, is it MoT'd, a description of its general condition both of the exterior and interior, is it running, does it have an original handbook, etc., and what sort of price you are hoping to achieve.
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FEES relevant to Classic entries:
Entry: £125 (+vat). Payable on agreed entry. Includes valet
Commission: 6% (+vat). Minimum fee of £120 (+vat) applies
Entry: £25 (+vat)
Commission: 5% (+vat). Minimum fee of £75 (+vat) applies
Following a successful sale of your vehicle, you will receive cheque payment by the third Thursday following the auction. This is fourteen working days after the sale and assuming full settlement has been made by the buyer. Bank payments can be arranged and will be made by the fourth Tuesday which is seventeen working days after the sale.
If your car remains unsold, we would like to discuss the two options of either arranging for you to remove the vehicle within an agreed time of two weeks or discussing whether the car may be valid to be re-offered at the next auction.
As soon as it has been agreed that your car will entered into one of our sales, you will need to complete an entry form. This forms the contract between Anglia Car Auctions and you as the Vendor. Withdrawal of the entry prior to the sale is subject to fees. The fees are charged at 14% (+vat) of the reserve price which covers the buyer's premium at 8% and selling commission of 6% plus the entry fee of £125 (+vat). In the case of vehicles offered with no reserve, fees will be calculated based on the auctioneer's expected achievable result.