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Broad Arrow Auctions Announces West Palm Beach Sale in November

Image: Courtesy of Broad Arrow Auctions

The 2022 calendar for Broad Arrow Auctions is beginning to fill up. The auction company has just announced dates for a third sale, the West Palm Beach Auction, scheduled for November 18 and 19. Held at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, the Florida auction will also be the company’s largest to date, with approximately 300 collector vehicles offered.

“I am very excited to share the news of our upcoming auction in South Florida within the beautiful communities of the Palm Beaches,” said Founding Partner & Senior Car Specialist Donnie Gould. “As a longtime Florida resident, it gives me great pleasure to welcome our friends, clients, and car enthusiasts to my home state to be part of what will undoubtedly be a world class auction event. Together with our partners from Hagerty, we look forward to creating an exciting, unique, and truly enjoyable weekend for everyone to enjoy this November.”

1957 Ferrari 250 GT LWB ‘Tour de France’ consigned to the Monterey Jet Center Auction.
Image: Courtesy of Broad Arrow Auctions

The Palm Beach event will follow Broad Arrow’s inaugural live sale, the Monterey Jet Center Auction slated for August 18, and Passion for the Drive: The Cars of Jim Taylor auction set for October 14–15.

The Monterey sale will feature 80 collector vehicles and is presented alongside Hagerty’s Motorlux Event, both held at the Monterey Jet Center. Formerly McCall’s Motorworks Revival, Motorlux will be held August 17, the day before the auction begins.

Taking place in Gloversville, NY, Passion for the Drive: The Cars of Jim Taylor is comprised of 120 vehicles, many of which are being offered without reserve. Some of the highlights include a 1955 Jaguar D-type, an unrestored 1937 Horch Model 853A Cabriolet and two Shelby Cobras — a 1964 289 Cobra and 1967 427 Cobra.

Check out all Broad Arrow Auctions’ upcoming events here

The 1967 Shelby 427 Cobra and 1964 Shelby 289 Cobra, part of the Jim Taylor Collection. Image: Courtesy of Broad Arrow Auctions