One of New Zealand's largest auctions of collector cars goes under hammer on Sunday

One of New Zealand's largest auctions of collector vehicles goes under the hammer on Sunday.

With cars from the 1920s to the 2000s, candy-cane convertibles, muscle cars, and even a ute, it's gaining a lot of traction from car enthusiasts.

"There's really something for everyone," Webb's head of collectors' cars Caolan McAleer says.

"The price points range from $8000 right up to $180,000."

The vehicles, altogether worth over $3.5 million, are on display at Auckland's ASB Showgrounds.

And you don't have to be a petrolhead to appreciate these classics, you can swing into a Lotus Esprit in all her original glory. 

And if the '80s isn't quite your era, maybe a trip in a 1964 Mercedes convertible is more your speed. Dreams are free but these cars will set you back a few grand.

"We don't typically get first car buyers, that would be pretty gangster to buy your first car at an auction home. Get a Mercedes rather than a Swift," McAleer jokes. 

It's not just cars - there's a boat to live out your Monte Carlo fantasies and even a few motorbikes.

The collection also includes a 1920s Indian Scout. It's the same model as the one raced by New Zealander Burt Munro when he set the world record for speed. Minus a few modifications of course. 

View the full listing here.