Grab your favourite number plates

Grab your favourite number plates

Mazad, in association with Arabian Auction, has announced holding its third auction of new private vehicle number plates on 24 October 2018. Twenty-five unique number plates from the new 630000 category will be offered for sale during the auction held at 6 pm at the Bahrain Ballroom in the Four Seasons Hotel. Pre-registration will take place at the auction site from 1:00 to 5.00 pm. Registered participants from all nationalities will have the opportunity to participate. Participants will also be allowed to purchase any number of number plates.

An official certificate of ownership will be awarded to successful bidders upon completing the payment within ten days of the auction closing date. Those who wish to participate in the auction must place a deposit upon registration. If the participant’s bid is unsuccessful, the cheque will be returned to the owner immediately after the auction.

Those who wish to participate in the auction on behalf of another individual are required to present a power of attorney to register and submit offers on behalf of a client. The numbers due to be auctioned can be found on Mazad and Arabian Auction’s social media accounts (@MazadBahrain) (@arabianauction) or at http://www.arabian.auction/en-gb/




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