Aston Martins don't fetch as much at auction as classic Ferraris, but this unmodified DB5 convertible set a new world record, bringing in $2.14 million when Bonhams dropped the hammer in Paris recently.
A rare 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider was just one of the items found in Roger Baillon's barn, but despite its condition, it brought in a record $18.5 million at the Artcurial auction during the Salon Retromobile in Paris.
Bonhams is auctioning a DAP kart driven by late Formula One legend Ayrton Senna in 1981 at the World Championship in Parma, Italy. It's the last kart race Senna entered before switching full-time to Formula Ford 1600.
The new Hagerty Market Rating tool measures the overall strength of the classic car market, providing a wide view that counterbalances the headlines from frenzied auction sales. Using 15 data points from eight categories, including sales between private owners, it generates a single number from 0 to 100 to gauge the state of the market.
Synthesizing a mid-mounted, muscular American V8 and a svelte European body, the 1970 AMC AMX/3 could have been something very special. Famed Italian designer Giotto Bizzarrini even crafted the body. However, things didn't work out, and only a handful were completed. Now, there's a chance to own one in need of a full restoration on eBay Motors.
The beautifully curvaceous Buick Blackhawk concept was made in the early 2000s, and the one-off was largely constructed from vintage components from the brand. Once part of the General Motors Heritage Fleet, the Blackhawk was sold off in 2009. Now, the car is crossing the auction block again with no reserve as part of RM Auctions sale of the Andrews Collection on May 2, 2015.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has put two cars from his personal collection up for sale on eBay. The first is a 1955 Chevy Bel Air that Junior had reworked by Funk Master Flex in 2004, the second is a 1999 Callaway Corvette C12 that was worth $200,000 when new.
Between Barrett-Jackson, RM Auctions, Gooding & Company and Bonhams, this weekend saw over $292 million in classic cars and trucks change hands in Scottsdale, Arizona. These are the top ten most valuable lots, a list dominated by Ferraris – starting with the $9.6-million 250 LM.
You're going to need some deep pockets to own this vintage piece of Corvette racing history with an estimated sale price of $6.885 million. The SR-2 was the brainchild of Harley Earl in part to get his son to stop racing a Ferrari. Just three were made, and this was reportedly the first.
The first examples of the new Ford Shelby GT350R, Chevy Corvette Z06 Convertible and Cadillac CTS-V donated by their manufacturers have brought in millions for charity at Barrett-Jackson's 2015 Scottsdale auction.
Gooding & Company sells $51.5 million worth of metal at the 2015 Scottsdale auction, including a 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series I Coupe Aerodinamico, a 1966 Porsche 906 Carrera 6 and Jay Leno's 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8.
Automotive remarketer Alteso is pitching a new way to conduct wholesale car auctions, which currently aren't open to the public. Their idea would give everyday customers a way to visit a dealer's site to see what's being offered at auction, then they could request the dealer buy the car on their behalf and take delivery the next day.
The massive Roger Baillon Collection of barn finds from France goes to auction on February 6, and auction house Artcurial has photos and descriptions of them all. Come check out our gallery to see each of them and what the company thinks they might sell for. There are a few somewhat more modern surprises in the group.
This rare Miura SV, one of only five converted at the factory to Jota specification, promises to be the most expensive Lamborghini ever sold at auction... if it meets its pre-sale estimate of $2-2.6 million.