Monterey, California (August 8, 2011) – 1957 to 1959 was considered the “Golden Era” for American made automobiles. The Dodge, DeSoto and Chrysler models dominated the market with their powerful designs with soaring fins, advanced engineering and V8 engines. These automobiles were longer, lower, and wider than previous models gaining rapid popularity that has endured decades.
The true source of these automobiles popularity came from the futuristic design that characterized the optimistic, Eisenhower future that Americans were moving toward. It Read More
PREPARATIONS UNDERWAY FOR RM’S HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED BATTERSEA SALE
RM Auctions’ annual Battersea sale returns to Central London, 26th October, 2011
Single-day sale regarded as the UK’s most consistently successful and highest grossing collector car auction
2011 event to feature 80 of the world’s finest automobiles, including a magnificent host of blue-chip automotive marques
LONDON (8 August, 2011) – The focus of the collector car world returns to Central London, 26th October as RM Auctions lifts the gavel on a magnificent Read More
Mecum Auctions will sell nearly 200 motorcycles on the auction block during their upcoming event in Monterey, Aug. 18-20, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa on the Del Monte Golf Course.
The Mecum Monterey Auction will feature virtually every brand of motorcycle ever produced with iconic names like Vincent, BSA, Triumph, Ariel, Matchless, Indian and Harley-Davidson, all joining more than 600 collector cars and vintage wooden boats live on national television.
This will be the Read More
RM Auctions lifts gavel on two unique Ford Motor Company concept cars at its highly-anticipated Monterey sale, August 19 – 20 in California
Proceeds from the sale of the two concepts to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Blenheim, Ontario (August 4, 2011) – Continuing its relationship with the Ford Motor Company, RM Auctions, the world’s largest collector car auction house, will lift the gavel on two unique Ford concept cars when its highly-anticipated Monterey sale gets underway, August Read More
Fred Phillips, of Calgary, Alberta, sent in an email about his Sunbeam Tiger prototype:
I first saw a Tiger when I was only interested in muscle cars. My thoughts were “What an odd-looking, short car.” The car stopped at a traffic light and I pulled up beside it, this was not a stock Tiger, as it clearly had headers and an aftermarket camshaft. The rumble left an indelible impression.