Leigh and Leslie Keno — art and antique experts known for their appraisals on the Emmy-nominated PBS television show “Antiques Roadshow” — have entered the automobile marketplace with Keno Brothers Fine Automobile Auctions.
Their inaugural auction, entitled “Rolling Sculpture,” will launch in the midst of the fevered art auction season with an exclusive event in New York City on Thursday, November 19, in a museum-quality showroom in Manhattan.
Featured early consignments include a 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S, with Read More
Barrett-Jackson announced today that world-renowned auctioneer Joseph Mast will lead a team of state and international championship auctioneers beginning with the 3rd Annual Hot August Nights Auction presented by Barrett-Jackson in Reno, Nevada. The sale takes place August 6–8. Mast, who has worked as an auctioneer for Barrett-Jackson since 2008, will lead a group of world-class auctioneers including many who have worked at past auctions of the company.
“This is an important milestone in our company’s history,” said Read More
Monterey Classic Car Week is just around the corner, and the SCM team will be all over the Peninsula. Keith Martin returns as emcee at Concorso Italiano and Legends of the Autobahn. We will have booths at the following locations:
Stop by, meet the gang, check out special rates Read More
A 1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series II formerly owned by radio and television personality Adam Carolla and featured on “Jay Leno’s Garage” is set to cross the block at Russo and Steele’s 15th anniversary Monterey auction. The sale takes place August 13–15.
This particular Series II 330 GT 2+2 is one of only 455 examples built and is by far one of the most well-known and recognized surviving examples. Fully documented with the Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Registry, Read More
Auctions America racked up more than $15.4m in total sales at its third annual California sale, held July 17–18. The multi-day auction, held for the first time at Santa Monica’s historic Barker Hangar, lifted the gavel on approximately 300 collector vehicles. Vehicles drove onto the auction podium via the tail section of a C130.
Bidders hailed from 11 countries around the world; 43% of bidders represented first-time clientele.
Two very dififerent cars tied for high-sale honors: a 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Read More
Keith Martin returns as emcee for the Concours d’Elegance of America on July 26 in Plymouth, MI. View the three-day schedule of events here. The featured concours classes are as follows:
Motorcycles 1918 – 1929: The Dawn of the Modern Motorcycle
Gas Light: prior to 1914
Jazz Age: 1915 – 1929
Duesenberg Model J
American Popular: 1930 – 1942
American Classic Closed: Pre-war, 1929 – 1942
American Classic Open: Pre-war, 1929 – 1942
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Monterey Car Week is less than a month away. Have you checked out the lastest consignments? Here is a roundup of some very significant star cars:
Gooding & Company has consigned a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder for their Pebble Beach auction (pictured above; Gooding & Company estimate: $16m–$18m). The sale takes place August 15–16. View all the current Gooding & Company consignments here.
RM’s Monterey sale runs three days this year, August 13–15. A 1964 Read More
The Forest Grove Concours d ‘Elegance returns for its 43rd year on Sunday, July 19, on the historic, tree-shaded campus of Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR. Keith Martin and Donald Osborne return as co-emcees. Alex Martin-Banzer will serve as a concours judge. All three will participate in Saturday’s Tour d’Elegance and attend the Saturday night gala dinner. Martin and Osborne will emcee the gala as well. SCM will host a booth at the concours.
The 2015 event Read More
Bonhams has consigned a private collection of original racing, experimental, hot rod and stock automobiles from the prominent American family du Pont — a name synonymous with a chemical empire, a luxury automobile manufacturer, and America’s first motorcycle company.
The property of Alexis “Lex” du Pont, son of motoring magnate E. Paul du Pont, the collection consists of cars from Cooper, Ford and Morgan and are all in original, as-raced or unrestored period condition.
Motoring runs in the blood Read More
A strong selection of pre-war heavy iron hits the market on July 25 at RM Sotheby’s Motor City sale in Plymouth, MI. Leading the notable consignments are a 1935 Duesenberg Model SJ Dual-Cowl Phaeton (RM Sotheby’s estimate: $850k–$1.1m), a 1933 Packard Twelve Individual Custom Sport Phaeton ($400k–$450k) and a 1934 Auburn Twelve Salon Speedster ($375k–$450k).
View all the consignments here. View the digital catalog here.