As one of the very few personal pursuits that maintained social distancing and broke the monotony of self-quarantine, interest in driving increased in 2020.
At its expansive and eclectic Elkhart Collection auction in late October, RM Sotheby’s sold a special example of the rare 1937 Cord 812 Sportsman convertible for $257,600. Less than 3,000 of this model car were ever made.
The Ferrari Testarossa burst onto the scene for 1985, starring in Miami Vice alongside Don Johnson. It competed against Magnum P.I. starring Tom Selleck, his famous mustache and Ferrari 308 GTS. The Testarossa is an iconic 1980s wild child that belongs in every Ferrari collection.
At the Mecum auction in Kissimmee, FL this month, one of the two Highland Green 1968 Mustang GT fastbacks featured in the Steve McQueen movie “Bullitt” sold for a breathtaking $3.75M (including buyer’s premium).
“Ford v Ferrari” is a must-see movie; not just for serious car lovers. That’s the conclusion of Premier Financial Services’ staff, after watching the movie together on its opening day. Read our 5-star review. Then go see this thriller on the big screen, for the full effect.
The Porsche 914 spent decades in the shadow of the 911, with many enthusiasts giving it the cold shoulder for its mixed Porsche and Volkswagen parentage.
According to Hagerty’s tally, the sales total of $247.8 million in Scottsdale was down 5 percent from 2017. The highest sale of the week was $8,085,000 for a one-of-a-kind 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB built by Pininfarina. Premier previewed five of the Scottsdale 2018 auction cars in depth before the auctions. Here’s a look at the results.