Coys of Kensington celebrated its return to motorcycle auctions by breaking two world records Friday in the United Kingdom, one for a brawny American classic and the other for a petite Italian road racer.
The 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS LS6 454 is a true holy grail of the muscle-car era, a one-year-only confluence of ingredients that produced the mightiest Chevelle ever.
Although it has yet to make a formal announcement, Bonhams has confirmed that it will stage a classic car auction next year as part of the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance weekend.
Among the many beautiful and wildly valuable vintage Ferraris that will be up for auction next month on the Monterey Peninsula is Mecum Auctions’ terrific headliner.
Artcurial’s third Le Mans Classic auction resulted in an 82-percent sell-through and total sales of $18,031,885, some $2 million more than pre-auction expectations.
Coys is adding more than 90 sports and racing motorcycles, including rare antiques and classic performance bikes, to its annual collector-car auction at Blenheim Palace.
The first car raced by Jackie Stewart will be offered at Silverstone Auctions’ sale July 26-27 at the Silverstone racing circuit in England.
You can call it the Bonhams Blockbuster: The British classic car and art auction house has announced that a Ferrari 250 GTO, will be offered for sale at The Quail Lodge on the Monterey Peninsula in August.
Goodwood has its Festival of Speed. Bonhams has its Festival of Bidding. And the bidding was intense Friday as bidders escalated the numbers until the “Fearsome Four-Nine,” sold for a very significant $18.2 million.
The stars are aligned. One of the world’s most-desirable vintage race cars is heading to auction at Pebble Beach with near-mythical provenance.