Charity Auction - Friday, Oct. 11, starting at 7 pm
Vintage Flying Museum Hangar, 505 NW 38th St, Fort Worth
Many unique, one-of-a-kind items. A collection of WWII aircraft-inspired art, artifacts and collectibles; vintage aircraft parts, and more!!!
Auction Items Will Include:
- Cyclone Radial Engine-1942 factory overhaul, was prepared for installation in PanAm's China Clipper
- Thousands of vintage aircraft parts (C47, B25, T6, Corsair, etc.)
- Original Nose Art and Aviation-Insprired Art
- And so much more!!!
Bidder pre-registration is encouraged, but not required. To pre-register email email@example.com with buyer name, address and cell phone number. You will be emailed back with your bidder number and you can pick up your bid card at the check in table upon arrival.
Auction Items Preview:
Friday, Oct. 11 from noon to 6 pm
Auction items are being listed on our Facebook event page daily. To view a complete photo gallery of items being auctioned off, please visit http://www.auctionzip.com/cgi-bin/photopanel.cgi?listingid=1888661&categ...
Can't be in Fort Worth
on Oct. 11 for our
You can still bid!!!
Just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, cell phone, address, along
with the items you're interested in and your max bid and we'll assign someone to bid for you by
OR, you can bid by phone, just email us the items you're interested in and provide a cell phone
number and we'll call you just before the first item goes on the block and an auction
rep will have you on the phone and bid at your direction. If you win, via email or phone,
payment will be required over the phone that same day with a credit card.
You can also make arrangements to pick up your items at that time.
Buyers are expected to either take items same day or arrange for pick up same day.
Buyers have up to 2 weeks to arrange for their items to be picked up.
that you need a progressive taxi to the Vintage Flying Museum ramp and you can park right in
front of the hangar :)
You can email us that you're flying in and we can save a spot for you, but it's not absolutely