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Bugatti Chiron models on an airport runway

The Bugatti Chiron you own, or are waiting for, or wish you had ordered one, will be the last of its kind. The last cars will be delivered in early 2022.

"Java" the 1956 356A Porsche

Premier was honored to be a sponsor of this year’s Colorado Grand, one of the nation’s oldest and most respected charity tour events. Here are highlights of the rally, from the perspective of our Vice President of Sales, Doug Ewing and longtime Premier client Tony Connor, who spent 5 days and 1,000 miles together as co-drivers of Tony’s modified 1956 356A Porsche.

Lisa James

In this Premier Family Album, we pay tribute to Lisa James, our Director of Risk Management. Lisa James’ versatility and skills have been applied to nearly every critical “back office” function at Premier.

Rm Ferrari 599 GTB

The 599 GTB Fiorano design by Jason Castriotta at Pininfarina channeled 50 years of Ferrari spirit. There probably is not a better bang-for-the-buck V-12 model in the Ferrari catalog than the 599 GTB.

New Lamborghini Countach

The newly revived Lamborghini Countach takes design inspiration from the original 1971 LP-500 prototype. Just 112 will be made.

Vintage Corner Ac 428 Side View

Upon hearing that a fastback coupe powered by a Ford big-block V8 sold for $173,600 at the Bonhams Quail Lodge auction in Monterey, you might think, “Must be a Shelby.” The car was, however, something completely different, yet distantly related: a 1971 AC 428 coupe.

Monterey Wrap Up 2021 Mecum Image

The exciting effect of being surrounded by amazing cars and competitive bidders might have lead to Monterey sales taking in $343 Million.

Goodingpebble2021 F1

Numerous multi-million-dollar sales were recorded at Monterey this year, highlighted by a record-breaking sale at Gooding & Company’s auction of an extremely rare 1995 McLaren F1 for $20.465 million.

Red Ferrari 308 GTB front view. Finance a Ferrari

Don’t knock the ’70s. One of the most compelling traits of any classic performance car, be it European, American or Japanese, is that it has nothing to prove today. If you’re looking for the quickest, fastest and best handling, you want a new car, period. In that spirit, we offer a preview of a 1977 […]

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