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It would depend on the contract that you have signed (if you have one signed). In normal transactions, you can definitely sue for specific performance and you would be entitled to attorney's fees if you prevailed.
However, in this situation, the rules of the auction would be the controlling standard. I would need to see the auction terms prior to giving you an answer because without seeing them, I would only be speculating.