The auto auction data from Gooding & Company is being added to the classic car app provided by the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
Chubb’s mobile app users will now have access to data for upcoming Gooding & Company auctions, for the pricing of the vehicles. This is the result of a recent sponsorship renewal between Chubb and Gooding. App users will also be able to see the results of past auction sales.
This Classic Car Guide app will provide mobile device users with the ability to view real-time information about the values of collector vehicles, which can be beneficial to both sellers and buyers in making educated purchasing and selling choices.
Chubb Personal Insurance United States marketing Manager, Jim Fiske, said that “By extending our sponsorship with Gooding, Chubb can provide car enthusiasts with auction data and insightful information they can use to pursue their passion”.
The Gooding & Company president, David Gooding, stated that they are extremely pleased that Chubb has renewed its exclusive auction insurance sponsorship. He added that the insurer’s team adds notable value to the Gooding auctions as a result of their unequalled service and their specialty and experience with the car hobby.
Gooding & Company is recognized around the world for its auto auctions at a world-class level. It is known for its unsurpassed collector car service, providing a broad spectrum of related services such as estate and private sales, as well as collection management and appraisals.
Recently, it held the car auction sale that was this year’s largest in the world, when a Ferrari Testa Rossa Prototype closed at $16.39 million.
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