A pair of Holy Grail muscle cars will roar over the auction block next month during Mecum’s inaugural classic car auction in Seattle.
Nearly 30 years ago, Rick Cole had “a crazy idea.” His idea was to stage a classic car auction in conjunction with the Monterey Historics vintage races and the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
Probably the most famous American race car ever, the Ford GT40 is famed both for beating Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and for its soaring value.
(Editor's note: We have a separate story on the Dana Mecum's Original Spring Auction at Indianapolis, but this is our Eye Candy photo gallery...
An exceptional group of rare muscle cars led the bidding at Dana Mecum’s Original Spring Classic auction, which achieved a total of more than $40 million.
The British sporting brand Aston Martin is forever linked with James Bond, thanks to author Ian Fleming and the spy-gadget laden DB5 that his fictional spy first drove in the novel and in the 1964 film Goldfinger.
Sixty is the magic number for Silverstone Auctions’ first sale of the year, with 60 classic and exotic cars and motorcycles spanning more than 60 years ready to cross the auction block.
Three indisputably iconic sports cars, will be offered for sale for the first time in decades at Gooding and Company’s classic car auction during the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance weekend.
Bonhams’ 15th annual auction at the Aston Martin Works in England sold a record 50 cars, plus more than 100 lots of automobilia, for $14.6 million.
With an 87-percent overall sell-through rate Auctions America’s Auburn Spring event in Indiana generated $19.1 million through the sale of 629 cars, 10 motorcycles and 246 articles of nostalgia.