- Genuine Fairlady ZG, first registered in September 1972 in the Shinagawa District of Tokyo
- Bought in Japan in 2013; imported and titled by one of the USA’s leading Japanese Domestic Market car collectors
- Matching numbers
- Original colors
- Running condition
- Includes service history, books, manuals and toolkit
SCM’s editors have put together a list of the 50 cars we think are the most influential ever built. These are the cars that changed the world in one way or another, either through what they accomplished or what they represented.
This week we’ve listed out our first 25; next week, we’ll present our final 25.
Now, since we only allowed 50 spaces on this list, we’ve almost certainly left things out. Think we’ve overlooked something important? Let us know Read More
Auctions America predicts a one-owner 1981 BMW M1 (pictured) will bring $500k to $600k when it comes to market at their April 1–3 Fort Lauderdale sale. Other headliners include a 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona coupe ($675k to $725k) and a 1930 Bentley “Blue Train” re-creation ($600k to $650k). View all the featured consignments here.
Publisher Keith Martin heads to South Carolina in April for the Kiawah Island Motoring Festival. The three-day event includes a motoring tour on Friday, April 15, a free show for club cars on Saturday, April 16, the concours on Sunday, April 17, and more. Publisher Martin returns as emcee of the concours.
Rick Cole Auctions has announced that baseball Hall-of-Famer Reggie Jackson has acquired an ownership interest in the company. Mr. Jackson, a decades-long car enthusiast and avid collector, joins company founder Rick Cole and President Terry Price as a full partner in the firm. The three have known each other for more than 30 years. Said Price, “Our business relationship will simply be a natural progression of our long friendship and mutual love of cars. Most of all it will be a lot of fun.”
The La Jolla Concours d’Elegance takes place Sunday, April 10. Publisher Keith Martin returns for his sixth year as emcee. Stop by the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center booth and pick up a complimentary copy of Sports Car Market.
Dragone predicts this year’s Greenwich Weekend sale will be their biggest auction to date. The sale takes place June 4 in Westport, CT.
Notable early consignments include a 1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS supercharged cabriolet by Castagna (pictured), a 1939 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Sport and a 1991 Ferrari 348 by Zagato. A 20-car estate collection offered without reserve features a 1968 Jaguar XKE Series I convertible with 29,000 original miles and a 1939 Packard Twelve with Read More