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Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale Auction, the cornerstone of January’s Arizona Auction Week, has been rescheduled for March. The auction company announced today that it would move its January 2021 sale to the week of March 22, 2021. “While every indication showed that our bidders, consignors and sponsors were behind our efforts to […]
Profiles in this issue
- 2001 Ferrari 550 GT1 Prodrive
- 1994 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II
- 1955 Porsche 356 Speedster
- 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose
- 1966 DeTomaso Vallelunga
- 1962 Bentley S3 Continental Drophead Coupe
- 1929 Duesenberg Model SJ Convertible Sedan by Murphy
Among the many contributors to Sports Car Market over the years, few have amassed the devoted and loyal following that John Draneas has with his monthly column, Legal Files. Thanks to a sharp mind that can reduce the most complex legal issues to their most salient points, Draneas never fails to educate and entertain with his thoughtful prose. With his unique insights and perspectives on the hobby, The Best of Legal Files is an indispensable resource for collectors and enthusiasts to learn from the mistakes made by others.
Since the earliest issues of the Alfa Market Letter and on through to its subsequent transformation into Sports Car Market, Publisher Keith Martin has been the voice of reason throughout the ebbs and flows of the collector car hobby. In Shifting Gears, Volume 1, Keith shares his insights and musings into an era when auctions were first shown on television and tired old racing cars became seven-figure collectibles. A master class in automotive history, Keith’s columns provide an educational and entertaining look at where we once were and still provide valuable lessons about where we are headed tomorrow.
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While there is no Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival this year – the first time in its 64-year history that this foundational vintage car event has not been held – there will be auctions. RM Auctions and Worldwide Auctioneers will still be holding their Labor Day Weekend sales, in-person onsite in […]