One of only two existing Gordini Barchettas in the world sells for $770,000 at auction at Chateau de Chantilly.
With a total sale of €19.8 million ($22.2 million), a 1954 Ferrari 500 Mondial Spider and a 1957 Porsche 550A Spyder were the two highlights of RM Sotheby’s auction in conjunction with Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.
Movie star, rumored gift from Hitler, World War II survivor, wood transporter, theft victim, Concours d’Elegance Winner…quite a history for a car. But this is not any car, this is a 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K with a one-of-a-kind body by Sindelfingen.
Visiting the 2010 Saratoga Spring Invitational car show, I was struck with the incredible finish of this 1937 BMW 328S. After talking to the owner, and hearing the car’s amazing story, I became even more interested in the car and was inspired to create my publication Patina Magazine.
A timeless classic popularized by the James Bond films, here is the legend behind the Aston Martin.
Six Ferraris, a Mercedes Benz, an Alfa Romeo, an Aston Martin and a Jaguar. The number of classic cars sold at auction every year keeps on rising, so if you are looking for something classic, auction houses are a good place to start.
Catawiki has made a pit stop and is now “overhauling” its exclusive auctions with classic cars and continuing to improve. For the buyers of the rare and sought-after vehicles, this means more transparency, service and lots of great features all around motorsport.
The auction room will be filled with great expectations when bidders have the chance to lay their hands on the British rock icon Rod Stewart’s Lamborghini. If Stewart isn’t enough for you, how about cars owned by Jim Clark or Peter Sellers?
The names Mustang, El Camino, Trans-AM and Firebird once ruled the roads and highways of America.