The auction will take place this coming weekend (April 13-15) and will be handled by luxury car specialist Segal Motorcar Company and event host Collector Car Productions. Continue Reading...
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Nonetheless, the estimate is right in line with current E-Type prices in the UK, proving once again that collector car values are often fickle at best. Continue Reading...
The cost of the entire aluminum body was exorbitant, even by 1950s standards, which helps explain why so few SLs (29) were ordered this way. Continue Reading...
Other highlights included an ex London Metropolitan Police 1962 Daimler SP250, which originally served as a chase car and sold for £39,500 and a 1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom V hearse with coachwork by Mulliner Park Ward, which went under the gavel for £24,600. Continue Reading...
It turned out the the owner of these cars was a long time friend of race driver and famed US Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti, and had asked the broker to take bids on the cars, which he was trying to sell. Continue Reading...
This classic 911, tucked away for three decades after McQueen sold it in 1971, is a genuine Euro spec car and reportedly in stunning original condition, with less than 20,000 km (12,500 miles) on the clock. Continue Reading...
Pre-estimates had this car going for between $2,750,000 to $3.500,000), but when the gavel went down for the final time, the price was listed at a staggering $4,290,000! Continue Reading...
Among the machines likely to attract the most attention are a pair of Corvettes, a pristine, restored 1969 Stingray coupe powered by the infamous L88 427 engine (shown above), plus a 1993 Lingenfelter twin-turbo ZR1. Continue Reading...
Hardcore ‘Vette enthusiasts, will probably recognize the car as the same one driven by Ron Fellows at the ‘Legends of Le Mans’ event at Laguna Seca last year. Continue Reading...
It’s the very 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Naval Ambulance that carried President John Fitzgerald Kennedy from Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, to Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland, following his assassination in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. Continue Reading...