Auctioneers are a key part of the game, and as the season comes to a close, there’s always a bidding war to settle.
Here, we take a look at the best selling auction houses, their prices and who is winning.
The best sellers at auction This season’s best sellers have been the Fords.
The Holden has sold out more than 50,000 units, and it’s the only car in the current Holden lineup that hasn’t had a recall, which means it’s been on sale for two months.
It has been the top selling car at auction since its inception.
That’s not a good sign for the company.
Holden, which has struggled financially in recent years, was not able to get a recall done and it has been plagued by engine problems, including one that left the car unable to accelerate at speeds of more than 40km/h (25mph).
However, it’s still been the most profitable car at the auction, with a profit of $2.9m, or around 40% of the total.
The new Fords were also the first to feature a full carbon-fibre front end.
The car has been popular in the US, but the company’s car sales in the UK have been down by around a third compared with last year.
The Ford is also the top seller in the market, with sales up by around 20% to $2bn.
The other car at this year’s auction is the Porsche Cayenne, which had a huge sales boost last year thanks to the popularity of the 911 GT3.
It was the top-selling car at last year’s market.
However, sales in Europe have been slowing down, meaning Porsche will have to rely on the sale of the Cayenne to help boost its profits in the new year.
Holden is the top bidder in the Ford, with profits of $1.2bn, followed by Volkswagen, with $1bn.
Ford has seen a big year, with its new model, the 2018 F-Series, being named the best car of the year.
However the company has been struggling with its fuel economy, with some drivers complaining about the high fuel prices.
Holden’s shares have dropped over the past year, which may be why it is the second-highest-priced car at its auction, after the VW Golf.
Volkswagen has struggled with fuel prices, and the company announced last week it would sell its diesel units in Europe.
It said the move was needed to reduce emissions and meet fuel economy targets.
Volkswagen, which bought its fuel-saving engine business from US company Cummins in 2018, is currently the highest-paid car at $4.5bn.
But Ford’s profits have been increasing over the years, so the company is now the biggest buyer at the market.
The VW has been successful in Europe, with more than 2.5m sales in 2018.
The average price for the Ford is now $35,000.
However a lot of the new cars at auction have been around $40,000, which is a huge price premium over the average price of the previous year.
This year’s top-spending auction The biggest winners this year were the Volkswagen Golf and the Ford F-150.
VW is the biggest seller of the three at $10bn, while the Ford has the highest average price at $37,400.
The Volkswagen and Ford both have a good deal of history behind them, but there are also some big names at auction.
Porsche has been around for 50 years, while Nissan’s brand has been synonymous with the brand since the early 1980s.
The F-X has been a car since the late 1950s, and Porsche sold more than 70,000 of them in 2017.
Ford also has a long history in the sporty market, having introduced the Ford Mustang and the Fusion in the 1980s and 1990s.
It’s not surprising that Ford has had the biggest increase in its profits since the end of the global recession.
The Fiesta is the third-biggest seller, with profit of around $4bn.
Volkswagen also has the biggest profit, with around $2 billion.
Ford’s biggest seller so far is the 2019 Ford Mustang, which sells for about $40k, and has a price tag of more $55k.
Volkswagen and Porsche have also been the biggest sellers of the 2017 Ford Mustang GT.
However Nissan has had a slight increase in profits, with the GT-R selling for $50k, which it bought from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles for $60m in February.
Porsche is also in the top five, with profitability of $4 billion.
This is a sign that the company will have the best profits of the market in the coming years.
The bottom line The biggest losers so far this year have been Holden and Volkswagen.
They are both struggling with fuel consumption, but neither has any major competitors in the brand.