The classic car auctions taking place on the Monterey Peninsula enjoyed another eight-figure sale Friday with more than another two dozen seven-figure transactions.
Bonhams sale of 10 Ferraris from the Maranello Rosso museum collection for $66 million certainly was the big auction news generated Thursday on the Monterey Peninsula.
A 1962 Ferrari GTO Berlinetta became the highest-priced car ever sold at public auction Thursday as its price was bid to $34.65 million at Bonhams in Carmel, California.
Yes, it’s Monterey week, and while everyone’s attention may be focused on the northern California peninsula, the classic car calendar continues beyond this week.
One of the most-significant and earliest Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwings goes to auction this week as Gooding & Company offers the first road-going 300 SL provided to a customer.
Henry Pearman has collected quite the reputation within the classic car community by not only specializing in Jaguar E-types, but by updating several dozen of them.
Blue-chip collector cars led the bidding at Auction America’s second-annual Los Angeles sale, an event that generated $17.5 million in sales for its wide-ranging selection of cars and automobilia.
The sleekest custom pickup truck in the known universe was declared the Ultimate Best in Show Winner of the Barrett-Jackson Cup competition, taking home more than $43,000 in cash and prizes.
Barrett-Jackson’s second high-energy auction as part of the Hot August Nights hot rod and custom-car extravaganza, reached an unofficial total of more than $11 million in sales.
John Hotchkis Jr. has done a lot of things with cars. He studied at the Art Center College of Design, worked for legendary Corvette racer and tuner Dick Gulstrand.