If the coronavirus pandemic is at an end and you are allowed to travel to the USA in June then you may wish to attend the Americana Festival & Auction that is to take place from the 11th to 14th June 2020 at Worldwide Auctioneers, Auburn, Indiana location at which there are a number of classic vehicles to be auctioned. If you have an interest in military vehicles then there is one particular vehicle that may catch your eye.

The vehicle in question is a Dodge WC57 Command Car that was used by none other than the well-known General Patton. Due to the fact that it was used by him may well have a significant impact on its appeal to classic vehicle enthusiasts.

George Smith Patton was a famous American general who was in command of the US Seventh Army in the Second World War in the Mediterranean plus he was also in command of the Third Army in Germany and France. He was renowned for leading the troops from the front.

The Dodge WC57 Command Car used by the general was built between 1942 to 1945 and was purpose built for use in wars. As it had a 4-wheel drivetrain it was capable of being driven off-road. As it was used in the Second World War, it was equipped with a Browning machine gun. The classic military vehicle being offered for sale with no reserve has been subject to modification for the general with armour plating being fitted.

So, if you have an interest in classic military vehicles then, subject to you being allowed to travel, you may wish to attend the above auction. This particular vehicle may well attract a great deal of attention due to it being used by General Patton.

If you end up becoming the proud owner of the above classic vehicle then you will no doubt wish to ensure it is suitably insured. In this respect, why not get in touch with us and we will help arrange a competitive classic vehicle insurance quotation for your perusal without any obligation.