Check Pricing On Collector Cars is reporting the action here from the GAA Classic Winter Auction at The Automobile Palace in Greensboro, North Carolina. It is Prime Time Saturday at the auction, last day of the sale, and all the top cars will cross the auction block today. This is where they hold the GAA Classic Auction three times a year. These are the “bread and butter” classics, and when they sell you note the prices. That’s how you measure the health of the collector car market. This is where we expect to see how pricing on collector cars will fair in 2024. 

A 2006 Ford GT Heritage was sold here for $700,000 at the hammer. It was anticipated that this special Ford GT would be the star car of the auction, and it did not disappoint. The top cars here sold for very high prices. It was a confirmation that the collector car market is in great shape going into the upcoming spring market.

Here are some of the auction vehicles and the prices they sold for. 

And you can join us on the Facebook page to listen in on the conversation or add your comments. We’ll be talking classic cars and muscle cars all afternoon. Here is the link to our Facebook page:

The winter edition sale began on Thursday, February 22 and will run through Saturday, February 24. Our readers love to review the results of this auction because so many true “blue collar classic cars” are sold here. 

Here are some of the results from the Thursday and Friday sales:’s Car Show team will be on hand here in Greensboro to bring you all the action as over 650 cars are scheduled to cross the auction block.  GAA’s special auction facility, which they call The Automobile Palace, was expanded to over five acres of display area all indoors. The sea of cars here is endless. So much to see. Watch this page all weekend, and we’ll keep you updated with the cars and prices they sell for.

Classic car dealers from throughout the Southeast are on hand to buy special cars for their inventories here at the GAA Classic Winter Auction. All of the top collector car shops are represented here. But you can join in the bidding as a private party buyer as well. 

Our photo-journalist, Bob Boberg of, thought you might like to get a taste of what it is like to be here at The Automobile Palace and experience the auction atmosphere. He will be taking photos and video all weekend. Click the video window below for a quick look at the sea of cars.

You can view the action on our Facebook page. View the Facebook page on Saturday as we hold our traditional “Auction Watching Party” there with plenty of chances for you to chime in and comment on the auction prices. 

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