Private Collection of Early Ford V-8s to be Auctioned

A remarkable and diverse collection of historic Fords is soon to be auctioned without reserve by Bonhams & Butterfields this month.

The Jack Hogan Ford Collection of Oregon is regarded as one of the best in the world. Not only does it comprise some of the best restorations in the world – confirmed by numerous awards and trophies – but also some of the best preserved originals anywhere.

This renowned compilation of early Ford V-8s includes pre-WWII Roadsters, Phaetons, Fordors, Tudors, Coupes, even trucks and a tractor. And among the group are multiple winners of the highly competitive and highly prestigious Dearborn Award.

Highlights of the upcoming sale include:
1932 Model 18 Deluxe Roadster
1934 Model BB 1½-ton Stake Bed Truck
1935 Model 48 Deluxe “woody” Station Wagon
1936 Model 68 Deluxe Convertible Sedan
1940 Model 01A Deluxe 5-Window Coupe
In addition to the assembly of museum-quality automobiles, offered will be related automobilia consisting of original spare parts, engines, advertising signs and more.

Reflecting a lifetime of passion, perfection and stewardship, the collection of Jack Hogan will be auctioned on Saturday June 30th in Aurora, Oregon, just 17 miles south of Portland. (Oregon is a sales tax-free state.) Previews are available on June 29th and auction day. The public is invited to attend both the preview and auction.

Buyers interested in registering to bid, either in person or remotely, may call 415-861-7500. Illustrated catalogs may be viewed and purchased at