Nissan U.S.A. brought the GTR-50 prototype here for Monterey Car Week festivities, and company spokesman Josh Clifton told Premier, “The response was really positive, so it’s possible that at least one GT-R50 will find a home in the U.S.”
A sale of world-renowned sculptures during New York City’s art auction season might seem entirely routine — until you realize the sculptures have wheels. And engines. And projected selling prices of up to $6 million. We’re talking about the inaugural event to launch Keno Brothers Fine Automobile Auctions November 19 at Skylight Clarkson Square in the city’s SoHo neighborhood.