Classic cars are a study in engineering that stands the test of time and transcends to an art form. The Leland Little Estate & Collector Vehicles Department specializes not only in the classics that have our hearts from years past, like a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible and a DeLorean DMC-12, but also the cars that are destined to be the classics of the future.
Providing a full range of services at a boutique level scale, the dedicated team within the Estate & Collector Vehicles Department personally attends to the details required to present collector vehicles at auction. From precise restoration to navigating paperwork, this department specializes in complicated. And all of this happens onsite within Leland Little’s Auto Pavilion.
From initial consultation to professional vetting to auction day, as a fully licensed dealership, our team is ready to assist with your estate, personal collection, or individual collector vehicle.
Estate & Collector Vehicles Director
Growing up with a father who worked in the auto industry, Mark Terry had an early exposure to cars that, over time, turned into a passion. Drawn to both form and function, Mark is fascinated by the history, design, and engineering of each car he sells. Mark has a long and proven professional history in estate management and customer relations. He is a member of the Carolinas Independent Automobile Dealers Association and the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association.
The Leland Little Estate & Collector Vehicle Department is proud to be affiliated with the Virginia International Raceway, the Triumph Club of the Carolinas, the MG Club, as well as the Hilton Head Island Concours d’Elegance and the Antique Auto Club of America.
Calling all British car collectors! Explore the highly collectible vehicles that will be offered in our upcoming Estate & Collector Vehicles Auction on Wednesday, August 31st beginning at noon.
Though it hasn't been made by Porsche in nearly 25 years, the air-cooled engine will forever be associated with the Porsche 911. But obsolescence has never gotten in the way of a purist, and air-cooled Porsche lovers are purists through and through.
Car collectors are in a category unto themselves. Wine, art, jewelry: these are things you collect and then just let be, enjoying them without effort whenever the mood strikes. But cars. People who collect cars tinker and research and refurbish and document. They live and breathe and, most importantly, drive their collections.
The Leland Little Estate and Collector Vehicles Department has expanded our services to include comprehensive pre-auction vehicle conditioning.
Leland Little is delighted to host the first ever Sporting Art Fair (SAF) on Saturday, February 26th. Although hosted on the grounds and within the galleries of Leland Little, this is a community event brought forth by a group of partners who are personally and professionally invested in the world of sporting art. The Sporting Art Fair is for everyone.
"By victory after victory on the racetracks of the world, Jaguar has gained for itself a position in the very forefront of modern sports cars." - Jaguar Cars Ltd, Coventry England
The Director of Estate & Collector Vehicles, Mark Terry, tells the story of two men with a passion for racing and collecting performance cars.