Hundreds of cars for auction at Galway Racecourse

Odds are high for racing away with a new car at the Galway Racecourse auction.

Odds are high for racing away with a new car at the Galway Racecourse auction.

Following the success of the 2016 Galway Racecourse auction, Wilsons Auctions is returning to Ballybrit for another car and van auction.

The public auction takes place at 11am on Saturday March 4 under the new Killanin stand at Ballybrit.

The auction company will offer 250 local main dealer trade vehicles for auction to the public, with most vehicles being sold with no reserve.

Not just cars are going under the hammer. The auction will also feature a selection of low cost vans on the day, suitable for any tradesmen who may need a new large or small van.

At last year’s Galway Racecourse auction some buyers drove away in cars for as little as €100, and Wilson Auctions says the same can happen again this year as Wilsons Auctions endeavour to sell all vehicles on offer on the day.

Auction details

Onsite viewing will be held on the Thursday March 2 from 10am to 5pm, and Friday March 3 from 10am to 4pm. Visitors can enter via the Killanalin entrance at the back of the racecourse. Alternatively all vehicles can be viewed online at www.wilsonsauctions.com Online bidding is also available for this auction by contacting Wilsons Auctions' Dublin branch 01-4642800 to register, or email Jason Delaney, [email protected], or Ricky Wilson, [email protected], for more information.

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