New York – Rupert Banner, Head of Christie’s International Motor Cars Department, and Bruce and Genia Wennerstrom, Founders and Co-Chairs of the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance, jointly announce the first-ever auction of motor cars to be held in association with the Greenwich Concours in Connecticut.
“Christie’s long history and experience in auctioning some of the most significant automobiles ever offered for sale, as well as their unmatched reputation and respect among collectors, made them the logical choice for conducting an auction Read More
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Finding the right auto insurance to suit your needs can be an arduous undertaking. With myriad policies to choose from, it is hard to know which one will bring the best value at the lowest price. Although there are no standard guidelines to proper insurance coverage, a thorough understanding of your policy choices and state requirements can help you on your way.
A quality auto insurance policy is the best mode of ensuring that you and Read More
Lately, I’ve noticed the word “recreation” is being used more and more in our hobby/industry. The good thing about this is that at age 50, I realize how I need to spend more time in the gym. Maybe I’ll get back in shape.
All jest aside, they seem to be trying to use the word to say “re-create”. But how do you recreate something? In my opinion, you can create something. Then you can evolve it. You can invent Read More
American Collectors Insurance Debunks Common Collector Vehicle Insurance Myths To Help Consumers Make Informed Decisions on Protecting Their Collections
Cherry Hill, NJ (February 28, 2005) Thinking about insuring that new collector vehicle, but don¹t know the best way to protect your investment?
Is your collector vehicle¹s insurance up for renewal? Have you read and researched information on the best way to insure your precious collection, but wonder what is fact and what is fiction? Well, American Collectors Insurance, an Read More
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (March 18, 2005) –Many people view their cars as the ultimate status symbol, but not all of them can afford the luxury cars they desire. For those people, the editors at Edmunds.com, the premier online resource for automotive information, today announced their selections for “Top 10 Luxury Cars Under $35,000.” The full article can be viewed here.
“Few things communicate prestige and success as easily as a luxury car,” said Karl Brauer, Editor in Chief, Read More
This celebrated racer and Renaissance man is the ideal Grand Marshal for the 2005 Bell Lexus Copperstate 1000.
Many will recognize Alain de Cadenet as the host of “Legends of Motorsports” and “Victory by Design” on Speed Channel. With a lifetime of interest in vintage automobiles – including everything from building and racing anything with wheels to writing and reporting on cars and motorcycles – he is the perfect choice for the 2005 Copperstate 1000’s Grand Marshal.
“Alain is the Read More
SANTA MONICA, CALIF. – March 14, 2005 – Not all new car models first introduced in the 2005 model year are faring as well in others in today’s competitive marketplace, according to the Edmunds Price Index released today by Edmunds.com, the premier online resource for automotive information.
Of the new introductions, Land Rover LR3, Chrysler 300 and Hyundai Tucson sold at the smallest discounts – 0.1%, 2.8% and 3.6% below sticker price, respectively. Pontiac G6, Buick LaCrosse and Chevrolet Cobalt Read More
Attorney Mark Horwitz has announced that his client Walter Medlin has paid all back taxes owed to the Internal Revenue Service, thereby nullifying the IRS’ plan to auction Medlin’s rare 1967 Ferrari P4 to satisfy the tax lien.
For more information, please see the release below.
NEWS FOR RELEASE
PAYMENT OF BACK TAXES PUTS END TO AUCTION OF RARE P4 FERRARI
ORLANDO, Fla. (March 11, 2005) Attorney Mark Horwitz has announced that his client Walter Medlin has paid all Read More
Exceptional Motor Cars and Automobilia
Tuesday, 19 April 2005
London – Christie’s International Motor Cars is pleased to announce the first London sale of 2005, which will take place on 19 April. This sale will include 22 cars from various ages of motoring, and will have examples from Ferrari, Bentley, Bugatti, Rolls-Royce and Jaguar, among others. Highlighting the sale are examples from four different eras of motoring:
1897 Panhard-Levassor 6hp Twin Cylinder Phaeton
The Panhard-Levassor was the first ever luxury Read More
LOS ANGELES (March 8, 2005) – The Petersen Automotive Museum will open its halls to a veritable who’s who of the automotive world during its annual Cars & Stars Gala on Thursday evening, May 12, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. The event will benefit the Petersen Automotive Museum Foundation and its youth and education programs with a sit down dinner and live entertainment. The 2005 Gala will offer Hollywood A-listers, motor sports legends and automotive enthusiasts a tour of the high-octane Read More