Sports Car Market Blogs
Owners who leave the hoods open on their cars for the entire day are my car-show pet peeve.
Two weeks ago, while I was emcee of Keels & Wheels in Texas, I mentioned this to the organizer, Bob Fuller. He said, “It drives me crazy too. I spend all day going around asking people to shut ...Read more
We were traveling at 70 mph in a torrential downpour. Interstate 84, which runs through Oregon’s scenic Columbia River Gorge, was a nightmare of high winds and large pools of standing water.
It was not the weather I would have chosen to take Bradley’s 1960 Bugeye Sprite on its inaugural road trip.
There comes a moment of ...Read more
Russo and Steele auctions usually start with waves of fog, power-chording rock anthems and a light show that can be seen from Earth orbit.
But, at least for some bidders, Russo and Steele’s big show will glow from a tiny screen.
Russo and Steele has partnered with Auction Mobility to offer a real-time online bidding system ...Read more
A 2012 Ferrari 458 GTD race car sold for $462,000 — doubling its pre-sale estimate — and was high sale at Auctions America’s May 11-13 Auburn Spring sale.
All told, Auctions America sold 83 percent of the offered lots — for a total of $10.2 million.
The massive Level 5 Motorsports Collection attracted a lot of attention ...Read more
When you think of a production run of one million cars, you think of a Detroit assembly line and Chevy Impalas or Ford Mustangs.
But Porsche just built the millionth Porsche 911 — a Carrera S in Irish Green. Porsche built the first 911 in 1963.
“54 years ago, I was able to take my first trips ...Read more
Barrett-Jackson announced today the retirement of Gary Bennett, the company’s longstanding Vice President of Consignment.
Bennett has been involved with Barrett-Jackson since the 1970s, starting out first as a regular bidder and consignor, and later assisting with special projects when Craig Jackson took charge of the company in 1995. He joined in an official capacity in ...Read more
Worldwide Auctioneers is joining the Monterey Car Week auction lineup.
Worldwide’s Pacific Grove Auction on the Monterey Peninsula will see about 70 cars cross the block on August 17, 2017 at the Pacific Grove Golf Links.
Monterey Car Week is the most-important event during the collector-car year, as buyers and sellers travel to the Monterey Peninsula ...Read more