RM Sotheby’s has announced that nearly three dozen cars coming out of the collections of two prominent classic car enthusiasts will be offered for bidding at the auction house’s annual Hershey sale, scheduled for October 8-9 in conjunction with the AACA Eastern Division Fall Meet.
For more than a decade, British artist Gerry Judah’s amazing automotive sculptures have towered over the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed. But now one of his works has been erected on a permanent basis with “Inspiration 911” unveiled at the entrance to the Porscheplatz in front of the Porsche Museum in Zuffenhausen, a suburb of Stuttgart, Germany.
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum’s 10th annual benefit extravaganza is scheduled for Thursday, September 3, and will feature the auction of three vehicles as part of the fund-raiser for the museum’s education program. The evening will have an aviation theme.
Kei Kars (Japanese micro cars) are the featured attraction September 27 at the annual Autumn Classic & Fringe show at Britain’s Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon, Warwickshire. Continue reading
‘When life hands you lemons” the headline reads on the news release from the National Corvette Museum, which on Thursday morning plans to officially reopen its Skydome as part of the museum’s annual Labor Day weekend anniversary celebration. Continue reading
Yes, it only makes sense to offer a sensational 1929 Duesenberg Model J for sale at an auction held during the annual Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival in Auburn, Indiana. And this one is, indeed, sensational — a Murphy-bodied convertible coupe in a silver finish that makes the car appear to be glowing.
But while it was the photographs that caught my eye as I paged through the Auctions America Auburn Fall sale catalog, it was the words that really got my attention, especially when I read, “It is hard to imagine the effect that chassis no. 2168 must have had on its next owner, William Veeck Junior…” Continue reading
Morphy Auctions offers a collection of gas globes, pumps and petroleum-related signs and memorabilia assembled over a 40-year period by Kyle D. Moore, a cable TV entrepreneur who died in March, 2014.
Phoenix, Arizona (August 2015) – ClassicCars.com is proud to announce that they have earned position #3166 on the 2015 Inc. 5000.
For 34 years, the Inc. 5000 has been an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important Continue reading
Germany’s online auction house, Auctionata, plans a “Ferrari Only” sale with 27 vehicles up for bidding on September 26.
In another twist on Auctionata’s format, the auction will be done with a split-screen — the auctioneer live at Auctionata’s Berlin studios while the cars will be shown live from an aircraft hangar in Munich. Continue reading