RM Auctions has announced the addition of a new sale to its established roster of European events. The new auction will take place during the world-famous Rétromobile show week in Paris, and will become a permanent fixture on RM’s global events calendar. The inaugural sale is scheduled to feature a preview on February 4, 2014, with the auction to be held on the evening of February 5. In keeping with RM’s reputation for spectacular venues, the event will take Read More
Leake Auction Company wrapped up their Tulsa auction with sales soaring to $11.8 million and a sell through rate of 68 percent. The auction was held in the Expo Building on the Tulsa Fairgrounds, June 7-9. The top selling car was a 1937 Packard Closed Touring Retro Rod, selling for $143,000 with the buyer’s premium included.
Five additional cars generated sale prices over $100,000, including: a 1931 Cadillac Series 370-A for $137,500, a 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro at $135,000, a Read More
Concorso Italiano, the world’s largest exotic Italian car show and lifestyle event held annually in Monterey, CA, along with a very select group of restoration specialists, has undertaken an exciting project. They are restoring a 1974 Fiat Spyder to raise funds for JDRF.
The vehicle was purchased from the Shackelford family in Covington, WA. The family’s son Taylor was recently diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, a disease which has touched many people close to Read More
RM Auctions, the official auction house of the Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s, returns to the Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, July 27, for its 19th annual Michigan sale. The well-established auction—formerly known as the Meadow Brook sale—is a featured attraction of the concours weekend and enjoys a strong reputation for outstanding American and European classics.
In 2012, the auction realized more than $6.8 million in sales, with top honors going to Read More
The U.S. distributor of Millenove: Alfa Romeo 1900 has made arrangements with the author H.-J. Döhren and is now offering the book at a discount price. Readers can order the book for $120, which includes shipping inside the U.S. (The book retails for $169.) Supply is very limited. Place your order by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read our review of Millenove from the July issue of SCM below.
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LeMay – America’s Car Museum has chosen Dr. Fred Simeone, founder of the Simeone Automotive Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as the 2013 recipient of the “Nicola Bulgari Award.” This recognition is given to individuals who make outstanding contributions to preserve America’s automotive heritage through education, car restoration or collecting classic cars.
The award, named for jewelry magnate and classic car collector Nicola Bulgari, was presented to Dr. Simeone at a June 1 gala celebrating the one-year anniversary Read More
Leake Auction just announced the consignment of the 2011 Kia Optima that former University of Oklahoma and current LA Clippers basketball star Blake Griffin jumped over during to win the 2011 NBA Sprite Slam Dunk Contest. Later that year Blake put the Optima in a charity auction to aid a cancer cause. Henry Primeaux of Tulsa purchased the car at that time. The car will be sold on Saturday, June 8 during Leake’s 41st annual collector car show & auction Read More
With multiple models from Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Bentley, Cadillac, Jaguar, Lincoln, Mercedes-Benz, Pierce and Rolls-Royce, among others, the selection of European and American cars on offer is the best and most considerable to date.
Leading this exciting assembly is a 1930 Bugatti Type 43 Supercharged 2/4 Read More
Leake Auction Company has early consignments for six automobiles that are recognized and accepted as full classic automobiles during their 41st annual Tulsa auction, June 7, 8 & 9 in the Expo Building at the Tulsa Fairgrounds. The Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) defines a classic car as a distinctive, American or foreign built car that was produced between 1925 and 1948. Since these cars were typically very expensive when they were manufactured, limited quantities were produced, therefore making Read More
Motor cars worth an estimated $6.5m will go under the hammer at the inaugural sale on Saturday 25th May
Some of the world’s fastest production cars of the 1960s and 1970s including seven Ferraris, six Porsche 911s and a Lamborghini Miura will be among the highlights of the inaugural Bonhams auction at the Spa Motor Circuit in Belgium on Saturday 25th May.
Philip Kantor, Head of the Mainland European Motoring department, said: “We are very much looking forward Read More