Arizona auction week has come to a close, and the numbers are massive. Here is our run-down of totals and high-sales for the week:
Barrett-Jackson sold 1,401 out of 1,405 cars for $110,439 total. High sale was a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88 coupe, sold at $3,850,000 — the most expensive American car of Arizona auction week (pictured above).
Gooding & Company sold 110 cars out of 118 for $49,461,550 total. High American sale was a 1929 Duesenberg Model J dual cowl phaeton, sold at $2,090,000.
RM sold 108 out of 126 cars for $45,563,450 total. High American sale was a 1930 Duesenberg Model J convertible, sold at $2,200,000.
Bonhams sold 87 cars out of 101 cars for $23,380,500 total. High American sale was a 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Boattail Speedster, sold at $467,500.
Russo and Steele sold 484 out of 735 cars for $21,178,532 total. High American sale was a 1963 Pontiac LeMans SD Lightweight, sold at $335,630.
Silver Auctions sold 191 out of 333 cars for $3,312,630 total. High American sale was a 1948 Cadillac Series 62 convertible, sold at $70,200.
That works out to an overall total of $253,336,167 for the week — up 12% from 2013’s $225,438,568. 2,822 cars sold this year, for an average price per car of $106,399. Last year saw 2,688 cars sell, for an average of $99,619. Now watch your mailbox for the next issue of ACC, which will include a massive, in-depth Arizona feature.