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Recent Blog Posts

  • The Viper and the Alfa – Two Different Types of Snakes +

    As I’m still recovering from rotator-cuff surgery, I’ve become a passenger in the cars in the SCM collection. This weekend I rode in two of them: the 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce and the 2000 Dodge Viper GTS ACR. Aside from the snakes they each have in their logos, Read More
  • Like a Tiny Gas-Powered Dogsled +

      // What is it? And where can we get one? This looks like Fun!!! Posted by Speed Society on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 Read More
  • Is the Age of the Original Beater at Hand? +

    Editor’s Note: A buyer paid a record $583,000 for a very neglected 1958 Porsche 356A Speedster at Gooding & Company’s Pebble Beach Auction. Did the sale — the highest-ever auction price for a 356A Speedster — signal a shift in values? Are non-restored cars now more valuable than restored cars? Read More
  • The Best First Sports Car +

    This is a question that comes up all the time. Sometimes I'm asked, "What's the best first Alfa Romeo or Ferrari?" Other times it is just, "I'm thinking of getting into vintage sports cars. Which one would I have the most fun with?" There are many layers to these types Read More
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Collector Car News

  • SCM’s Donald Osborne Featured on “Jay Leno’s Garage” +

      SCM Editor at Large Donald Osborne returns to TV with a regular feature, "Assess and Caress With Donald Osborne" on the new CNBC primetime series, "Jay Leno's Garage." This new series of eight hour-long episodes, produced by Original Productions for the network, follows legendary super-enthusiast Leno as he explores Read More
  • Classic Ferraris and Poster-car Lambos at Auctions America Hilton Head Island +

    More than 100 cars will cross the block on October 31 at Auctions America's debut Hilton Head Island sale. Highlights include a 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC (AA estimate: $650k–$725k), a 1957 Ford Thunderbird F-code ($175k–$225k) and a 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Edition (pictured above; $340k–$380k). View all the consignments here. Read More
  • Keno Brothers Bring 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 N.A.R.T. Daytona Coupe to Market +

    Leigh and Leslie Keno bring a 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona N.A.R.T. competizione coupe to market at Rolling Sculpture — the brothers' first classic car auction, taking place November 18–19 in New York City. View all the current consignments here. Over the past 40 years, Leigh and Leslie Keno have gained worldwide Read More
  • Greenwich Concours Founder Bruce Wennerstrom Has Died +

    Bruce Wennerstrom, Co-founder and Chairman of the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance, died on Wednesday, September 30, 2015. Bruce and his wife Genia, who died in 2011, were the owners and directors of the Madison Avenue Sports Car Driving and Chowder Society, a club of automobile enthusiasts established in 1957 that meets monthly at Read More
  • Join SCM on an Urban Safari +

    Come explore Portland's unpaved streets and alleys with SCM on October 25. The Urban Safari is limited to off-road vehicles of European descent. Team SCM will be driving the Safari Méhari! Sign up here. Read More
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erezBonhams has unveiled an exceptional lineup of sports, competition and touring cars for its 19th annual Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale, taking place 1 July 2011.

Leading the pack is a very rare and handsome 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 Cabriolet previously owned by that legendary British Grand racing character, Innes Ireland. Recently restored to concours condition, this DB2/4 has a pre-sale estimate of $800k–$1.1m. Another major Lot is a well-known, competition-winning 1925 Bugatti Type 35B Grand Prix two-seater, formerly owned by past Bugatti Owners' Club director and editor of Bugantics magazine, Mr Jack Perkins.

Expected to fetch $650k–$800k, it is accompanied by another beautiful Bugatti, a 1926 Type 37 Monoposto, estimated at $190k–$260k. Other highlights include a 1967 Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 once owned by Sir Paul McCartney, expected to realise $160k–$190k; two cars from the Patrick Collection – the 1986 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale and 1990 Alfa Romeo SZ Coupe – which have attracted pre-sale estimates of $130k– $160k and $30k–$40k respectively; and a 1928 Bentley 3-Litre Speed Model (estimate $190k– $225k), owned by the same family since 1945.

A modern highlight is the 2004 7.3-Litre Pagani Zonda C12 Roadster, painted in an 'Elvis Presley Cadillac Pink', which has had only one owner from new, and is estimated to fetch $325k–$300k.

For racing aficionados, a BMC Competition Department Transporter, which is described by Bonhams as 'an eye-catching and stylish addition to any historic race meeting', has attracted a pre-sale estimate of $50k–$65k while boat enthusiasts will covet a 1992 Hacker 28' Runabout, which was commissioned by J Paul Getty as a tender to his 80-metre private yacht, Talitha G, expected to fetch $55k–$75k.

In addition, Bonhams will be offering a fantastic 47-strong single owner collection of Heuer watches at this sale, comprising 19 wristwatches, two pocket watches, assorted racing timers and group lots of sports timers, all from the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Classic Heuer chronographs, such as the ever popular Monaco, as well the Autavia, Carrera , Montreal and Calculator, will go under the hammer, as will entry level collectors' pieces including five different versions of the Jacky Ickx "Easy Rider" model .

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