Bugatti, Delahaye, Delage. These names are almost synonymous with “Best of Show” at prestigious concours all over the world.
The 12th Annual La Jolla Concours d’Elegance was no exception.
Best of show was awarded to Ken and Ann Smith’s 1936 Delahaye Type 135 Competition Disappearing Top Convertible. Its coachwork was, as you might expect, by Figoni & Falaschi.
This was the sixth time I have been the emcee of the La Jolla Concours, and I have watched as it has Read More
This was my fifth year at the Auctions America sale at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center. Each time, I have been shooting episodes for “What’s My Car Worth?” – our new season begins May 12 on Velocity.
The inventory at Auctions America Fort Lauderdale is always an engaging mix of the eclectic and the commonplace — from affordable to extravagant.
Last year, I ended up falling for and purchasing a 1961 Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale. While Read More
Bradley and I just returned from spring break in California. We saw Legoland and Universal Studios, and we even crossed the border for a car show in Tijuana. Now it’s time to hit the road again. Spring car season is here, which means I’ve got places to go and people to see.
I’m on my way to Auctions America Fort Lauderdale to shoot episodes of “What’s My Car Worth?” The new season begins in May. Then I return to California to emcee the La Read More
I can’t think of a better way to spend a nice Sunday morning than chatting with good friends about old cars.
Noted collector Bruce Meyer is a board member at the Los Angeles-based Petersen Automotive Museum, and he hosted a panel discussion there last weekend.
I was the moderator, and with me were Aaron Weiss of the San Marino Motor Classic, collector Brad Du Coing, Gooding & Company Senior Specialist David Brynan, and Bruce.
The Petersen’s Read More
The 21st annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance is all wrapped up.
I’ve been here for 19 of the events to date, and each has been memorable.
In many ways, the Amelia Island weekend is a spring break camp for gearheads. It’s as if each year our parents bundle us off and send us to a familiar place. They know the bunkhouse where we’ll be staying (The Ritz), the various playgrounds (the lobby bar, the RM Sotheby’s, Gooding Read More
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