This weekend is Bonhams Festival of Speed Auction in Chichester, Goodwood in the UK. While the Premier team will not be in the country for the auction, we are still curious what happens in the exotic, vintage and highline industry, near and far. Below are a few of the cars we’re watching this weekend.
Auto enthusiasts take a look at the best cars at this weekend’s Russo & Steele Newport Beach. Selections include models from marques Ferrari, Porsche, Shelby, Ford, DeTomaso and Volkswagen.
With so many 2016 models preparing to become available soon, we wanted to give our praise to the incredible selection of sports cars in 2015. It’s not an easy process, but we’re confident our picks for this year are the cream of the crop in terms of speed, prestige, handling and overall design. Whether it’s your standard highline sports car or something a little more exotic, here are 7 of our favorites.
The moment Porsche announced the Cayman GT4, you knew the GT3 comparisons would begin. It’s what Porsche people do, fitting each new model into the family tree with its role carefully defined.
Off the coast of Lake Como Italy lies Villa Erba, the location of the exclusive RM Southeby’s auction sale this weekend. This privileged location mirrors the quality of this year’s selective automotive pieces. As usual, Premier’s Sales Team is watching a few cars in particular for their exquisite appearance and anticipated high market value.
This weekend at The Houston Classic Auction the PFS Team is keeping an eye on a few specific autos. They include Classic Ferrari’s, Porsche’s, Lamborghini’s, and even a Checker Marathon.
The 2014 Turbo S is the most advanced production 911 to date. With 560 hp, this all-wheel-drive, all-weather makes the way way ahead of its time 959 look like a 911E. It’s two seconds faster to 60 mph and vanquishes the 959 in every measure. If its $183,695 base price seems cheeky, consider 1987’s $225,000, 444-hp 959 in today’s dollars, which works our to $475,000.
The 911-50 offers a preview of the 2015 Carrera GTS. These cars are mechanically identical with the exception of the GTS’s forged centerlock wheels.
Take a deep dive into all things Vintage Classic in this look at models from Porsche, Ferrari, and Lamborghini. Straight from the eyes of something who grew up admiring these cars, learn all about the cars that helped to shape these brands we are still astonished by today.