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January Timed Auction Breaks Records

January 24, 2019

DVLA’s first Timed Auction of 2019 closed yesterday. 92.4% (2,080) of the lots went under the hammer and £1,731,640 was raised, giving an average hammer price of £833. This is the highest conversion rate at a DVLA Timed Auction and the highest hammer price achieved.

2,250 registrations were on offer over a ten day period with prices starting from £70.

The 3 highest prices were BMT 216B (£14,010), KR16 HAN (£10,000) and GHD 5T (£9,510).

To view the results of the auction, please follow this link:

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/190124-DVLA-Timed-Auction-January-2019-Results.xls

The next DVLA Timed Auction will run from Monday 11th to Wed 20th March 2019.

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