Cars favored by Gen Xers and Millennials are poised for growth, according to Hagerty valuation experts
The recently completed Arizona Auction Week 2020 saw some weaknesses and also some surprising strengths in the collector car market.
I attended the vintage motorcycle auctions last week in Las Vegas and saw that while some things are a bit softer than last year, it had more to do with the quality of the offering
The auctions at Amelia Island were very interesting to watch, with entry-level cars still seemingly on the rise market still pretty hot, though showing some signs that it is leveling a little.
While the various Arizona Auction Week sales enjoyed some $251 million in transactions and an overall sell-through rate of more than 80 percent, there were a number of no-sale cars.
A 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL “Sportabteilung” Gullwing will be auctioned during RM Sotheby’s Driven by Disruption sale December 10 in New York City.
A month or so ago, the Wall Street Journal published what was basically an obituary for the classic car market, saying in a nutshell that classic cars were a dying market.
Analysis: Amelia Island auctions show collector car market is strong when expectations are realistic
I heard from a lot of people about the weak classic car market after the Arizona auctions.
The auction market is a volatile thing.
One of the most unlikely things happened at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance this year.
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