Recent Blog Posts
I’ve spent the past few weeks looking for a good 1965 or 1966 Mustang. After driving all over the Portland area and looking at several less-than-great examples, I finally found our car. $17,000 later, ACC is the proud third owner of a Wimbledon White 1966 model.
The car’s ...Read more
Everybody’s got a story about a car they shouldn’t have let go. I’d bet most of us have several.
For those of you that read my ACC columns and blogs regularly, you’ll probably guess that I’d pick my old 1972 Chevrolet K10 pickup as my biggest sale regret. I bought it as a project, restored it, ...Read more
Our Art Director, David Tomaro, has created three possible cover concepts, and we’d like to know which one is your favorite. It should all take less than a minute, and your answers help determine the content of our magazine. Voting ends Friday, February 9, at Midnight PST. If you have any additional thoughts about ACC, regarding ...Read more
Collector Car News
Leake Auction Company, a Ritchie Bros. solution, recently completed its latest Oklahoma City auction, achieving $6.8 million in sales with 77 percent of the vehicles sold. The auction was held at the Bennett Event Center on February 23 and 24. Close to 400 lots crossed the block during the two-day auction, with the top seller ...Read more
Worldwide Auctioneers has confirmed that its 17th annual Texas auction will include an exciting No Reserve collection of motorcars, expertly assembled over many years by well-known Texas collector and franchised dealer, Eugene Knies. The Collection of Pamela and Eugene Knies comprises 78 cars, featuring high line exotics and a myriad of low mileage motorcars, spanning ...Read more
The Petersen Automotive Museum will commemorate the 85th anniversary of the 1932 Ford “Deuce” with a day-long car show cruise-in and celebration on Saturday, July 15th.
The ’32 Ford, nicknamed “Deuce” for the second digit of its model year, was one of the first affordable production cars with a V8 engine and became a favorite of ...Read more
The atmosphere was electric as Barrett-Jackson’s extended Northeast Auction attracted thousands of registered bidders – including an increase of younger bidders – and surpassed the $94-million mark in total funds raised for charity to date.
The Barrett-Jackson 2nd Annual Northeast Auction sold 630 vehicles, with sales totaling approximately $23.5 million at a 95.74-percent sell-through rate. ...Read more
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