The dust from this year’s Arizona auctions is settling, and between cars sold at Barrett-Jackson, Russo and Steele, Worldwide Auctioneers, RM Sotheby’s, Bonhams, Gooding & Co, and Silver Auctions, the total has shaped up to be just a bit bigger than what we saw in 2016: $259.4m, compared to last year’s $251.8m.
These are just preliminary totals, and as post-block deals are still coming together, I expect we’ll be seeing some slight adjustments on all the numbers in the days to come.
Here are the numbers as they stand right now:
Barrett-Jackson: $101.1m, 99% sold.
RM Sotheby’s: $53.8m, 89% sold.
Gooding & Co: $33.4m, 84% sold.
Bonhams: $36.3m, 82% sold.
Russo and Steele: $20.7m, 74% sold.
Worldwide Auctioneers: $10.8m, 74% sold.
Silver Auctions: $3.3m.
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