Each issue contains more than 150 market reports on cars that have appeared at auction. Each report includes published prices and on-site evaluations covering condition, originality and options. We don’t just tell you what a car sold for, we help you understand why.
It’s easy to imagine a car person sitting wistfully by the window, watching rain or snow falling from the sky and dreaming of sunny two-lane roads. But we all know that’s not exactly how it goes. No, car people in the colder parts of the U.S. use winter to…Read More
You're Doing it Right When the Burnout Catches Fire +
Posted by Speed Society on Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Winter is coming soon, and while most collector cars are getting put away, others are getting put to work. For my 1972 Chevy truck, when the leaves start falling, it's firewood time. Executive Editor Chester Allen's lovely wife Heather owns a fruit orchard in Sundale, Washington. For a couple…Read More
Meet Keith Martin at Keno Brothers' "Rolling Sculpture" +
ACC and SCM Publisher Keith Martin is in New York for the Keno Brothers' "Rolling Sculpture" sale, taking place Thursday, November 19. Martin is also attending the preview and symposium on Wednesday, November 18. The symposium is titled "At the Crossroads of Art, Engineering and Technology, the Many Facets of…Read More
1970 Plymouth Superbird Selling This Weekend at Leake Dallas +
A 1970 Plymouth Superbird races across the block this Saturday at Leake's Dallas auction. On Sunday, Leake will sell 100 cars without reserve. The sale runs November 20–22. View all the consignments here. Read More
American Iron at Motostalgia Austin This Weekend +
Motostalgia's Austin Grand Prix Auction takes place this Friday and Saturday, November 6 and 7. American classics on offer include a Super Stock 1968 Plymouth Barracuda (Motostalgia estimate: $175k–$225k), a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 ($275k–$325k) and a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Fuelie convertible ($120k–$155k). View all the consignments here.…Read More
Sales Total $5.5m at AA Hilton Head Island +
Sales totaled $5.5m at Auctions America's debut Hilton Head Island sale on October 31. The most-expensive American car was a 1953 Chevrolet Corvette that sold for $379,500, well above its $225k–$275k pre-sale estimate. Seventy-eight cars sold out of 116, for a 67% sales rate.
View the full results here. Read More
Jimmie Johnson NASCAR Race Winner at AA Hilton Head Island +
Auctions America expects this Hendrick Motorsports 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo NASCAR racer to fetch $150k–$175k when it comes to auction on October 31. The takes place on Hilton Head Island. Six-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson raced this car (Hendrick Motorsports Chassis #48-267) five times during the 2003–2006 seasons. In these…Read More
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