The hosts of the popular reality TV show Rust Valley Restorers will be auctioning off more of their collector cars in the Shuswap next month.

The auction will see vehicles from Mike Hall’s collection sold to the highest bidder, Oct. 1, and a part of Avery Shoaf’s collection will be for sale, Oct. 2.

Rust Valley Restorers was a popular History Channel series about car enthusiasts who fixed up vintage vehicles and it was filmed in Tappen.

Hall’s collection includes a 1965 Mercury half ton pickup, a 1967 Ford Galaxy parts car and the shell of a 1938 Plymouth Business Coupe.

“Some of my personal favourites are coming up on the block,” Hall said in a promo video shared by EG Auctions.

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Some of Shoaf’s vehicles heading the auction block include a 1990 Dodge Sweptline, the Base Of A 1981 Chevrolet Corvette and a 1997 Jeep TJ.

Anybody interested in participating can bid in person or online through

The auction takes place at Rust Bros Restorations, 4439 Trans-Canada Highway in Tappen.

A large portion of Hall's collection were auctioned off last year

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