Solid 50-percent appreciation for a Bavarian roadster and a Bolognese sport-ute sold at auction in Detroit this past weekend show that multi-million-dollar classics aren't the only cars that can prove a wise financial investment.
This is the car that started a string of victories for Ferrari at the Tour de France in the hands of the Marquis de Portago, securing its handle and place in history. Now it's going up for auction in Monterey.
All of the intellectual property rights to the Saleen S7, S7R, and S5S Raptor are currently up for sale. The collection also includes six remaining S7 chassis and any other remaining inventory and parts for the supercars.
Harry Metcalfe is sharing some of his Porsche knowledge in a new video. He tells what to look for when buying a 911, whether a classic 1972 coupe or a more modern 964-chassis RS Clubsport. They're both wonderful examples to check out.
An Italian car with leather trim can be a thing of beauty, but hardly uncommon. This first example of the freshly updated Fiat 500, though, wears its hides on the outside, and is being auctioned off for charity.
The Apollo Edition Mustang is a customized one-off for charity that takes inspiration from the program that sent a man to the moon. It's Ford's eighth model to benefit the Experimental Aircraft Association's work to get kids flying.
Lamborghini showcased a one-off Gallardo speedster in 2005 called the Concept S. It was sold to a private collector, but now it's going up for auction in Manhattan, where you can bet it'll fetch millions.
Gooding & Company will auction off a rare Rothmans-liveried 1982 Porsche 956 Group C prototype, winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in '83, that could break records when it hits the block at Pebble Beach this August.
Captain Slow is out of work. So after selling off his motorcycles, he's apparently raising some funds by selling off his 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed. And it's priced to sell.