Leake Scottsdale Auction to Feature Vehicles from John Staluppi Collection

Leake has just announced a select group of vehicles from internationally recognized collector John Staluppi. Nearly 120 of his vehicles will sell without reserve during Leake’s auction in Arizona, January 15-19, 2020.

John Staluppi’s passion for cars began as a teenager when he bought his first car, a 1962 Corvette, at the age of 16. It was black on black, with a 340 HP engine and 4-speed transmission. Some years later, he was able to track down and purchase back that same car. It is the focal point of his collection today. He is currently one of the most prominent car dealers and collectors in the United States.

John’s collection also includes very significant charity vehicles. Most recently he purchased the 2020 Toyota Supra #1 for $2.1 million, with the proceeds benefiting the American Heart Association and Bob Woodruff’s Foundation supporting veterans and service members. John and his wife Jeanette’s generosity is well-known throughout the industry. They have donated millions of dollars, benefiting many charities across the country.

“This collection of vehicles and his museum are simply breathtaking,” said Gary Bennett, General Manager, New Ventures & Sectors (Collector Cars) for Ritchie Bros. “John has a very discerning eye for detail and a magical understanding of the collector car market. We are honored to offer his vehicles without reserve during our inaugural auction in Scottsdale.”

A few of the highlights from John Staluppi’s Cars of Dreams Collection include:

1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 T-top Coupe
1959 Chrysler 300E Convertible
1959 Buick Electra Convertible
1959 DeSoto Firesweep Convertible
1954 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
2019 Chevrolet Corvette Yenko Convertible
1958 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
1958 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible

For more information about Leake Auction Company or to request information about their Scottsdale auction, visit LeakeCar.com or call +1.602.442.3380.

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