Are you a Mopar or no car guy? If you are, here’s a terrific opportunity to put your wallet where your mouth is and collect prime examples of early Mopar history. The flagship of the Adair Collection is an assortment of 1932 Plymouths present in several different body styles, including an RHD (right-hand drive) version.
One of our favorite auction houses is VanDerBrink Auctions because Yvette VanDerBrink and her crew have established a solid reputation for unearthing some of the most intriguing private car collections to be found and then run across the block.
The location for the Adair Auction held on November 14, 2020 is at 8191 Pratt Road, in Atchison, Kansas, near a 37,000 square-foot building. It’s interesting to note this location was once the home of the Lockwood Company founded in 1903 and housed a 1956 Heidelberg printing press imported from Germany.