The public portal, called Glenmarch.com, has data from all of the major players in the global classic and collector car auction space, within one, easy-to-navigate, website.
With over 20,000 listings, the website is billed as the most comprehensive directory of its type. Users are able to view the results and current lot listings for each auction house, as well as by car make and model. No less than 35 auction houses have agreed to share their data with the website, resulting in the most comprehensive and easy to use resource of its type.
Website founder Rod Laws said“I had the idea for the website after getting increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t an auction-only equivalent to classic car classifieds. I was looking to buy at auction but spent hours trawling through each auction site.
“I knew then that there was a gap in the market and I believe we have launched the best possible, free-to-access, resource on the internet. Up until now, there hasn’t been a single ‘go to’ website which lists all of the upcoming auction lots from almost every classic car auction house, worldwide. That is the offer that Glenmarch now brings to marketplace.”
Visitors to the website will also be able to keep up-to-date on classic car auction-related news as well as utilising the marque-specific directory. Glenmarch has compiled a list of suppliers, including finance companies, restorers, event companies and everything in between.
The directory also has the ability for users to search for upcoming lots in future auctions, looking back at past sales and tracking a model’s price as well as offering auction-related news and a classic car service companies.