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Have a classic or collectable car you would like to sell?
If you have a collector or classic car in good condition and don't want to wait until our next auction, give us a call! We will work with you to determine a fair market value and make you a reasonable offer on your car. No more missed appointments by potential buyers or low ball offers. Same day payment and notary services are available. Call Our Offices today at 717-960-6400 to get started.
4 Auctions, Countless Opportunities.
Where to Next?
All consignments are FREE UNLESS SOLD.
No catch! If your vehicle doesn't sell, the registration fee is on us! Call 717-960-6400 to get involved!
Attend the Show
Maximum exposure. Our Auctions
take place alongside a massive
swap meet and car corral
guaranteeing your consignment
will be noticed
See The Action
Request a position in the auction online
or over the phone. Once accepted, upload
a description and images of your vehicle to be
placed on our website.
Become a Bidder
We offer the opportunity to
become a bidder in just 4
easy steps, with personal
help over the phone if needed
along the way. Don't miss out!
Become a Bidder
Can't get enough auction excitement? Neither can we. And now, you can experience a whole lot more, and save hundreds in the process. Snag a VIP Bidder's Pass for only $250 a year. That's 4 Auctions with UNLIMITED access with perks like express check ins, a parking pass, reserved front-row seating, assistance, and an official Carlisle Auctions hat. Don't miss out on this opportunity, and don't miss out on your dream ride.
Call Us at 717.960.6400 to Sign Up
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Latest Press Release
Carlisle Events Prepares for its Second Post Zephyrhills Event in Florida
At Carlisle Events, we take pride in our long standing tradition of being THE company that promotes so many great automotive events for car guys (and gals) around the world! What started in 1974 by me and my late friend Chip Miller to help elevate the collecting of Post-War cars has boomed into something we could have never imagined. During World War II, cars were not manufactured during the latter part of 1942 until the 1946 models were ready for sale and in the 1970's, an antique car was a model that was at least 35 years old or older. That meant a car show in 1973 included cars 1938 and back, nothing newer. Those "new cars" were just considered used cars. Chip and I were in our 20's at that time and thought cars from 1946 and into the 60's were old cars.
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