Sports Cars and Exotics at Auctions America Fort Lauderdale

Auctions America predicts a one-owner 1981 BMW M1 (pictured) will bring $500k to $600k when it comes to market at their April 1–3 Fort Lauderdale sale. Other headliners include a 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona coupe ($675k to $725k) and a 1930 Bentley “Blue Train” re-creation ($600k to $650k). View all the featured consignments here.

Publisher Martin will be onsite shooting episodes for “What’s My Car Worth?” The new season begins in May.

Tony Piff

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Tony has long trumpeted the virtues of collecting Japanese cars. His daily driver is a 1970 Toyota Hilux — the one with the turn signals on top of the fenders. His popular “Rising Sun” column keeps a pulse on the J-tin market.

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  1. I agree. It’s just a case of old world traditionalists slowly recognizing engineering and design prowess of the new world.
    I own two 93 Nissan 300 ZX twin turbos and a 93 Mazda RX7

  2. Finally the market has realized some important automotive products came out of Japan post WWII other than Toyota 2000GT. Raced a Datsun 1600 where the other participants were rather surprised at my performance.

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