Richmond, VA – A Campbell’s auction group has put up $40 million in a Holden auction, bringing its total investment to more than $150 million.
The auction of the luxury car is set to take place on Saturday night at the Mercedes-Benz dealership in downtown Richmond.
Campbell’s was founded in 1876 by William Campbell, who ran it from his home in the village of Tullamore.
Campbell died in 1962.
The company now owns two of the largest car brands in Australia, Holden and Nissan.
The sale includes a brand new Holden C7 sedan, a Holden C3 SUV, two Holden Range Rovers and a new Holden Town & Country.
The other new Holden is a new Range Rover.
The deal for the car, which has the capacity to go from 0-60mph in just 4.2 seconds, is worth more than the value of the entire Holden portfolio of products.