Major interest in clearance auction

There is expected to be strong interest in the sale of over 600 lots going under the hammer in a public auction in Creeslough next weekend.

There is expected to be strong interest in the sale of over 600 lots going under the hammer in a public auction in Creeslough next weekend.

Listed items include a diverse range of objects ranging from art, furniture, plant machinery, antiques, classic cars and house hold items.

The sale is billed as a “Household and Yard Clearance Auction”

On Thursday and Friday the lots will be open for viewing between 2pm to 8pm and the auction will be held on Saturday staring at 11am with car parts and plant machinery being sold at 5pm.

Auctioneers Charlie Robinson Ltd, stated that the sale includes car parts, plant machinery, furniture, collectables, antiques, paintings, prints, household items, old farm machinery. builders equipment; plant and materials, vehicles; classic Cars and have added that some items have asking prices.

A full list of all items for sale can be seen on the website of Wicklow company ‘Bray Auctions’.

They details some of the vehicles for sale as a 1995 Jaguar XJS Sports, Auto Convertible. A 1940 Ford Anglia Tombstone PM0, that has been garaged for last 30 years. A an 1967 Classic MGM GT, Chrome Bumper Wire Wheel.

A 1985 Mercedes V8 123 Series Estate Low Rider, totally customised built hydraulics.

1988 Mercedes V8 Petrol, low rider, totally customised built hydraulics.

An 1982 Toyota Hilux “Moster Truck” A rare 1970 Fire Engine Landrover Forward Control and an 2008 Peugot 307.

The lot also includes what is described at “A Scooby Doo Limo” which is a 1993 Toyota Hiace “Limousine / Camper Novelty Vehicle 3 Ltr Diesel Automatic, totally customised in Japan”.

The commercial machinery is includes a Thwaites 4x4 Swivel Hydraulic five tonne dumper and a Case 888 - 18 Tonne track digger with bucket, two new digging buckets and a twin axel car transporter trailer.

The location of the viewing and sale is on the N56 just outside Creeslough on the Kilmacrennan road.