Late-model RV is top sale at McCormick’s Palm Springs auction

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This late-model RV fetched the highest sale price at McCormick's 66th Classic Car Auction in Palm Springs, California. | McCormick's photos
This late-model RV fetched the highest sale price at McCormick's 66th Classic Car Auction in Palm Springs, California. | McCormick's photos

Late-model luxury vehicles were the stars of McCormick’s 66th Classic Car Auction held last weekend in Palm Springs, California. In total, 67.6 percent of the 510 lots were sold for more than $6.3 million, according to the auction company.

A 2018 Airstream Interstate 3500 EXT motorhome with just 2,170 miles on the odometer commanded the highest sale price at the auction. Loaded with upgraded features, it sold for $128,100.

A 2014 Bentley Flying Spur — which happened to be the final car on the block — was the second-most expensive vehicle sold. The winning bidder paid $110,250.

Another late-model Bentley, a 2011 Continental GTC Speed, sold for $92,400, the third-highest price paid for a vehicle at the sale. Boasting just 32,000 actual miles, the car is equipped with multiple packages that add more convenience, better audio and improved looks.

Next up was the priciest classic car, a 1961 Chevrolet Corvette that sold for $91,350, followed by the most expensive import classic, a 1987 Porsche 930 Turbo that went for $89,250.

Top 10 sales, McCormick’s 66th Classic Car Auction:

  1. 2018 Airstream Interstate 3500 Lounge Extended — $128,100
  2. 2014 Bentley Flying Spur — $110,250
  3. 2011 Bentley Continental GTC Speed — $92,400
  4. 1961 Chevrolet Corvette — $91,350
  5. 1987 Porsche 930 Turbo — $89,250
  6. 1963 Chevrolet Corvette split window coupe — $81,900
  7. 1964 Chevrolet Corvette big brake fuelie — $79,800
  8. 1959 Cadillac Series 62 convertible — $77,175
  9. 1966 Mercedes-Benz 250SE cabriolet — $76,650
  10. 1963 Chevrolet Corvette split window coupe — $74,550
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Carter Nacke is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. He began his career at KTAR News 92.3 FM in Phoenix, the largest news radio station in Arizona, where he specialized in breaking news and politics. A burgeoning interest in classic cars took him to the Journal in 2018. He's still on the hunt for his dad's old 1969 Camaro.

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