At the 2021 Scottsdale Auction’s, Bonhams and Gooding & Co are both offering red Porsche 356A Speedster’s from the 1950’s. The spirit of the original 356 Speedster left a glow on this marque that has never dulled. Every Porsche collection should have one
Supercars are all the rage at this year’s Scottsdale auctions. From top marques such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Porsche to rare beauties like Koenigsegg, there is sure to be a dream car for everyone.
This month at it’s Scottsdale Auctions, RM Sotheby’s will offer a 1954 Ferrari 375 America by Vignale, worth between $2.4-$3.4 million. It is one of just 12 models made.
The 2021 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid has 689 horsepower, with a 20-mile all-electric driving range. That applies to your choice of three body styles: sedan, long-wheelbase Executive sedan, and Sport Turismo semi-wagon. Pricning has not been announced, but those numbers will be greater than $190k for the 2020 versions.
Have a holly, Jolly Christmas. The rare 1959 Fiat 600 Jolly has been driven by people such as US President Lyndon B. Johnson and renowned car collector Wayne Carini, though not at the same time of course. Estimates of the car are around $144,000, and this particular one was on the auction block for RM Sotheby’s in November.
If you want to be one of 60 people worldwide to own the Jaguar F-Type Heritage 60 Edition, we suggest calling your Jaguar dealer right now. The car celebrates the 60th anniversary of the E-Type, the marque’s seminal sports car that inspired the F-Type more than a half-century later.
Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche are just a few of the marques that made the list for Premier Top 10 Cars Leased in 2020. See which cars were the most popular cars to have in 2020.
In the face of EVs and autonomous cars, Premier’s CEO, Mitch Katz, has a secret plan to ensure that his grandkids don’t miss out on the pure joy of driving a classic car. Read Mitch’s perspective, featured on ClassicCars.com
Undeniably one of the most beautiful supercars ever made, the Jaguar XJ220 was, for a brief moment in time, the world’s fastest. The XJ220 is rare, with only 280 made. A 1993 model with only 4,239 miles sold for $483,500 at RM Sotheby’s Elkhart Collection last month.