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Fuzz and Paul Cowland team up for Manor Park Classics

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Manor Park Classics has announced that car TV presenters Fuzz Townshend and Paul Cowland will be teaming up as a duo to present content on the firm’s YouTube and social media channels.

Both presenters have already created extensive footage for Runcorn-based auctioneers Manor Park Classics, but the new channel content will see Car SOS’s Fuzz appear alongside Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars Paul for all manner of engaging, informative and educational videos.

Filming for the new series will start on the 22nd of February at Manor Park Classic’s impressive facility, and the duo has invited their audience to chip in with ideas for content that they’d like to see them both cover. Whether that’s ‘how-to’ tutorials, do’s and don’ts, tip and tricks, or just in-depth looks at the many tempting lots on offer at each sale.

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With six full auctions already in the calendar for 2022, Manor Park Classics is rapidly becoming the ‘go to’ destination for those looking to buy or sell a classic car at the right money. Transparent descriptions, in-depth video tours and even a four post lift in the sale room to allow prospective purchasers to make detailed pre-sale inspections seem to be resonating with buyers, with excellent sales results being show from the company’s 2021 auctions.

Commenting on this latest development, Sales Director Sam Grange-Bailey said, ‘We’re delighted to be able to finally combine Fuzz and Paul’s diaries to create this all-new fixer/dealer duo that we know our viewers will love. They’ve both created content for us individually so it seemed mad not to try and put them on screen together. We’re always looking to bring the world of classic car auctions alive and make them more accessible to a new and wider audience. We’re sure that the lads will create content that really helps people to understand what we do and just how painless a well-run auction format can be. We’re a big fan of classic car magazines, and that will always be a part of how we communicate our message, but the rise of social media, across all demographics, particularly on sites like Instagram and TikTok make this move a no-brainer for us.’

Both presenters have created videos and social content around Manor Park Classic’s latest online auction, which offered bidders the chance to buy many interesting lots across a range of price points – many without reserve. This auction ran until Sunday 6th February.

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