Blogs

Jim’s Blog: Share Your Project With ACC

Big projects are great, but sometimes it’s the small stuff that makes the biggest difference. Most of us can appreciate a complete restoration job on a car that really needed it — but sometimes just finding a fixing a squeak or rattle on you weekend classic is all it takes […]

16: Steve Ahlgrim

Steve Ahlgrim has been buying and selling collectible automobiles for nearly 40 years. Along the way, he put his experience to good use judging several Concours a year. While his expertise is the Ferrari marque, his assignments have ranged from brass era Buicks to the most modern exotics. Steve is […]

From the Auction Desk: Barrett-Jackson Online Results

Online auctions are really cooking now. Barrett-Jackson wrapped up its first exclusively online sale on May 17. Preliminary results show that this wasn’t a typical Barrett-Jackson auction, but we knew that going into it. By my count, only four lots had the no-reserve status that we normally associate with a […]

From the Auction Desk: Resetting the Auction Calendar Again

States are implementing phases for opening businesses back up, and that has some auction companies back in the office getting to work. According to Jason McCormick of McCormick’s Classic Car Auctions in California, “We have been classed as an ‘essential business’ by the City of Palm Springs and Riverside County, […]

15: Gordon McCall

 Gordon McCall is the President and CEO of McCall Events and Director of Motorsports at Quail Lodge and Golf Club in Carmel Valley, California. He is the co-founder of The Quail- A Motorsports Gathering and Quail Motorcycle Gathering. His company produces exclusive VIP events, one of the best-known being […]

From the Auction Desk: Mecum’s New (Again) Indianapolis Date

Individual people, companies and governments are constantly adjusting during the Coronavirus pandemic. Plenty of auctions have canceled outright or postponed events until large, public gatherings are allowed once again. We’ve tracked these changes closely in the SCM Newsletter. We’ve got another change, as Mecum has once again rescheduled their Spring […]