This year’s Mecum auction in Monterey is a veritable car enthusiast’s candy store; their docket has 600 vehicles for sale over three days, from a Ferrari LaFerrari and a Porsche 911 GT2 Evo to a slew of muscle cars and the first road-going Ford GT40 delivered to America.
The third annual Porsche Werks Reunion brings together Porsche Club of America members and marque enthusiasts for a day-long celebration of Stuttgart’s finest. All Porsche owners are invited to register to show their cars, while the true cream-of-the-crop can compete in a Concours d’Elegance by model.
As the official auction house of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the most distinguished automotive event in the world, Gooding & Company has quite a bit to live up to. A docket brimming with over 100 pristine examples of the most collectible cars extant ensures that these expectations will be met.
In my professional capacity, I am often liked and trusted by people I trust and like, to assist them in making wise decisions on what car to buy or sell and when. The process always begins with a series of questions designed to determine what I feel is the most important criteria for buying or selling a car: “How will you use it?”