Ultimate man cave items up for grabs at Panorama Auctions

Fancy getting your hands on the ultimate collectables, memorabilia, tools and man cave items?

ON OFFER: Panorama Auctions director Nathan Hughes with a pinball machine  and a 1980s NSW Rugby League players poster, amongst the various items up for auction. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 091317cave1

ON OFFER: Panorama Auctions director Nathan Hughes with a pinball machine and a 1980s NSW Rugby League players poster, amongst the various items up for auction. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 091317cave1

Well head down to 4/10 Littlebourne Street on Sunday for the first auction of new business Panorama Auctions.

With a 1977 Bally’s pinball machine, video games, a Honda CBR600 motorbike and rugby league memorabilia, there is something for everyone. 

Panorama Auctions director Nathan Hughes is hoping there is not a box that is sold for under $5.

“We have over 100 lots of goods and they’ll all be auctioned off on Sunday,” he said.

“It’s taken about 3 weeks to set up and I’ve travelled to Sydney to collect stuff.

“Lots will start at $5 and most items are unreserved. 

“It would be nice to see over 100-odd people here. We’ve got enough room.”

Vinyls, fishing items, snow gear, a sewing machine, skateboards, a 1920s fob watch, a barbecue and typewriters are just some of the goods up for grabs.

Start time is 10.30am.