Here are our “Cars to Watch” for the Gooding & Co. auction at Amelia Island, which features a rare 1937 Talbot-Lago T150-C_SS “Teardrop” Coupe, which has a pre-sale estimate of $10 million. This auction promises to be comfortable, casual, fun, and yet classy.
Picture yourself behind the wheel of this classic 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE 3.5 Cabriolet, with your hair slicked back and Wayfarers on. Back then, you would have paid $14,380 for a new one. Today, the pre-sale estimate for this restored beauty at RM Sotheby’s Scottsdale auction is $300k – $350k.
Numerous multi-million-dollar sales were recorded at Monterey this year, highlighted by a record-breaking sale at Gooding & Company’s auction of an extremely rare 1995 McLaren F1 for $20.465 million.
Don’t knock the ’70s. One of the most compelling traits of any classic performance car, be it European, American or Japanese, is that it has nothing to prove today. If you’re looking for the quickest, fastest and best handling, you want a new car, period. In that spirit, we offer a preview of a 1977 […]
Even as Porsche was ramping up production of its rear-engine 356 road car in the early 1950s, the budding carmaker’s engineers were starting a roadmap to the marque’s mid-engine racecar future with the tiny but mighty 1953-1956 550 Spyder.
Headlined by the Boulton Collection, an unparalleled array of prewar cars and motoring antiques, Bonhams leads Amelia Island in automotive diversity. Their docket ranges from a Lamborghini Diablo VT to an assortment of brass era speedometers.
For the next four days the Mazda Leguna Seca racetrack will be awash with elegance, transporting viewers back to a time when auto racing was the epitome of class and drama.
If you’re not in California for Monterey Car Week, or just looking to avoid the traffic at Pebble Beach, Michigan has a world-class concours to break the routine. For over ten years, the Lake Bluff Concours d’Elegance has attracted nearly 100 well-vetted vehicles from the brass era to the late post-war period.