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Blue-Chip Ferraris Benefit British Lifeboat Charity

A 1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB and a 1967 275 GTB/4 will sell at H&H Classics‘ October sale in Duxford, U.K., with proceeds benefiting the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. The late British V12 Ferrari collector Richard Colton requested that the money raised from the sale of his cars be used […]

Exclusive! Donald Osborne on the New Maserati Mostro

During my extraordinary month of classic car events here in Italy, I had the privilege of previewing Maserati’s stunning new Mostro coupe two days before its public debut at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este. The private reception rook place in Milan at the former Alfa Romeo test track, now a […]

1951 Simca Abarth Supercharged Cabriolet at Dragone Westport

Notable Etceterinis at Dragone’s May 30 sale in Westport, CT include a 1951 Simca Abarth supercharged cabriolet (Dragone estimate: $400k–$500k) and a 1974 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino ($425k–$475k). A 1964 Pontiac Banshee XP-833 concept car is expected to fetch $600k–$650k. View all the consignments here.

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Cal Spyder Leads Villa Erba Offerings

Seventeen Ferraris lead RM Sotheby’s May 23 Villa Erba sale in Cernobbio, Italy. Headliners include a 1961 250 GT SWB California Spyder by Scaglietti (RM Sotheby’s estimate: $12.5m–$14.8m), a 1960 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione by Scaglietti (estimate available on request) and a 1952 212 Export Barchetta ($6.2m–$8m). View all the […]

Denise McCluggage: 1927-2015

Denise McCluggage died on May 6. From the very beginnings of The Alfa Romeo Market Letter, she was friendly and supportive of my publishing endeavors. When I was reviewing cars for the New York Times, our paths crossed many times at events. I remember thinking, “This woman raced Porsches and Ferraris, […]

Help The Petersen Restore This Three-Wheeled 1948 Davis

The Petersen Automotive Museum needs to raise $30,000 to restore this 1948 Davis Divan back to its original glory. The Davis — one of 17 built — is one of only a handful of cars ever built in Los Angeles. To read more about the car, watch videos, make your […]

Keith Martin Receives The Lee Iacocca Award

The Gunnison Car Club has selected Sports Car Market Publisher Keith Martin for The Lee Iacocca Award. The award recognizes outstanding classic car enthusiasts and is given for “dedication to excellence in perpetuating an American automotive tradition.” Previous recipients include Arturo Keller, Sam Posey, Denise McCluggage, Lawrence Auriana, David Gooding, Al Unser […]

Countdown to the Aston Martin Works Sale

Bonhams’ annual all-Aston-Martin sale returns to Newport Pagnell, U.K. this Saturday, May 9. High-dollar headliners include a 1961 DB4 Series II sports saloon (pictured, Bonhams estimate: $980k–$1.1m), a 1967 DB6 Mk I Volante ($1m–$1.1m) and a 1969 DB6 Mk I Vantage sports saloon ($380k–$450k). View all the consignments here.

$54m Total and 100% Sell-through at the Andrews Collection Sale

RM Sotheby’s set a new record for a private automobile collection auction on May 2, generating a remarkable $53,887,585 with 100% of all lots sold at its sale of the Paul and Chris Andrews Collection in Fort Worth, TX. The result of more than 15 years of dedicated and meticulous […]

Share Your Carrozzeria Touring Stories

The 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance will honor Designs by Carrozzeria Touring, and we’d like to hear about your experiences in a car with a Touring body. Please keep your thoughts to 100 words or less. We’ll publish several reader Carrozzeria Touring stories in our 11th Annual Insider’s Guide to […]