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Auctions America to sell Littlefield Collection of historic military vehicles

Auctions America to sell Littlefield Collection of historic military vehicles

In what figures to be the largest sale of historic military vehicles since 2012, Auctions America will sell at no reserve more than 100 World War I through Afghanistan-era vehicles from the Littlefield Collection. Also to be offered at the auction July 11-12 will be various parts and accessories collected by the late Jacques Littlefield. […]

By March 11, 2014 Read More →
Horch, Scarab are best in show at Amelia Island

Horch, Scarab are best in show at Amelia Island

A 1937 Horch 853 cabriolet and a 1958 Scarab have been chosen as best in show at the 19th annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in Florida. Here are photos of the winners. We’ll be back soon with a complete report and photo gallery.

By March 10, 2014 Read More →
Pray Collection + cars with Hollywood history = record $35.9 million for RM’s Amelia Island auction

Pray Collection + cars with Hollywood history = record $35.9 million for RM’s Amelia Island auction

RM Amelia Island 2014 at a glance Total sales $35.9 million Catalog 91 automobiles Sell-through 97 percent High sale $6.6 million 1937 Delahaye 135 Competition Court Torpedo Roadster Next 9 price range $840,000 to $2.42 million Next auction May 10 at Monaco RM Auctions has compiled the official results for its 16th annual Amelia Island […]

By March 9, 2014 Read More →
Preliminary report: Pray Delahaye boosts RM’s Amelia Auction to $35.1 million

Preliminary report: Pray Delahaye boosts RM’s Amelia Auction to $35.1 million

A preliminary report provided to ClassicCars.com by Hagerty Insurance has RM Auctions sale Saturday at Amelia Island doing $35.1 million in business with a 97 percent sell-through rate. The overwhelming high-dollar individual sale was $6.6 million for a 1937 Delahaye 135 Competition Torpedo Roadster from the estate of Malcolm Pray, who owned the Figoni et […]

By March 8, 2014 Read More →
Porsches set pace as Gooding’s Amelia Island posts $30.9 million in sales

Porsches set pace as Gooding’s Amelia Island posts $30.9 million in sales

Gooding & Co. Amelia Island 2014 at a glance Total sales $30.9 million Catalog 88 automobiles Sell-through rate 89 percent High sale $3.63 million 1968 Porsche 907 ‘longtail’ Next 9 price range $990,000 to $3.3 million Next auction Aug. 16 at Pebble Beach, Calif. Gooding & Company has posted its official results for its Amelia […]

Preliminary results: Porsches set pace at Gooding’s Amelia Island auction

Preliminary results: Porsches set pace at Gooding’s Amelia Island auction

Preliminary results supplied to ClassicCars.com by Hagerty Insurance indicate  Gooding & Company’s Amelia Island auction generated $31.3 million in sales Friday. That total does not include any possible “after sale” of the cars that did not meet their reserve prices while on the block. Hagerty’s preliminary figures show a 90-percent sell-through rate with 79 of […]

By March 7, 2014 Read More →
Goodguys cruise Phoenix-area specialty shops

Goodguys cruise Phoenix-area specialty shops

On the eve of their season-opening, three-day car show at the WestWorld complex in Scottsdale, Ariz., some 300 members of the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association — early arrivals and area (at least wintertime) residents — gave their rods and customs and other classics a little exercise on a tour Thursday of Phoenix-area automotive specialty […]

By March 7, 2014 Read More →
Atlanta art museum to showcase ‘dream car’ design

Atlanta art museum to showcase ‘dream car’ design

Watch out Petersen and LeMay.  An art museum in Georgia in preparing an exhibit that rivals your efforts to showcase one major aspect of the story of the automobile. “Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas,” which runs May 21 through Sept. 7 at the High Museum of Art, focuses on automotive design and concept cars […]

By March 7, 2014 Read More →
Badly damaged Corvette pace car pulled from sinkhole

Badly damaged Corvette pace car pulled from sinkhole

Turns out that crew that did the unexpected extraction Wednesday of a fourth car from the sinkhole beneath the Skydome at the National Corvette Musuem wasn’t quite finished with its workday. After pulling out the “Millionth” Corvette, it went back into the hole to salvage the PPG Pace Car, a 1984 Corvette. “Well, the unexpected […]

Surprise! Fourth Corvette emerges from sinkhole

Surprise! Fourth Corvette emerges from sinkhole

After sharing word yesterday that it could be awhile before a fourth car emerges from the Skydome sinkhole, the National Corvette Museum just announced that the “Millionth Corvette” is back above ground. Initially there was no intention to bring the Millionth out (now)” Danny Daniel of Scott, Murphy and Daniel Construction said. However, he added, […]