Join ACC’s panel of experts at Barrett-Jackson on Wednesday, January 18 at 9 am for a discussion of what’s hot in today’s American car market. The seminar is called “The Top Ten Collector Cars: What to Buy and Why.”
This year’s panel includes ACC Editor at Large Colin Comer, ACC Contributors Carl Bomstead and Sam Stockham, Barrett-Jackson VP Gary Bennett, well-known collector and performance parts guru Ken Lingenfelter, and ACC Editor Jim Pickering. The seminar is free, but Barrett-Jackson admission Read More
Barrett-Jackson is fielding an ambitious, compelling lineup of car-collecting workshops from January 16-20, 2017 at their huge Scottsdale Auction.
ACC Publisher Keith Martin will be a part of the “Getting Started in Car Collecting” panel on January 16. ACC Editor Jim Pickering and a panel of experts will present “The Top Ten Collector Cars: What to Buy and Why” from 9 am to 11 am on January 18.
All the symposiums are located at the “Beyond The Block” Live Stage next to Read More
Corvettes aren’t the only rarities heading to Scottsdale this January — Barrett-Jackson has announced a handful of special Shelbys also crossing the block at WestWorld next month.
Lot 1365 is a 1965 GT350 fastback. It’s presented with no missing or altered components from its build, with all of the rare Shelby unique parts from 1965 intact. Also of great Read More
It’s rare to find a mostly one-owner 1976 50th Anniversary Trans Am for sale — especially one with its matching-numbers WX-code 455 HO engine, a/c, and a 4-speed. But if you’re the top bidder at Mecum’s Kansas City sale this weekend, you could own one. Lot S132.1 is also one of 319 Y82 non T-top cars built that year., and it’s fitted with power windows, an 8-track tape player, and its original interior. Check it out here, and Read More
Arizona in January is just around the corner, and Barrett-Jackson has already announced a handful of rare Corvettes to cross its block.
First up is a real rarity: the 1960 CERV 1 Chevrolet Engineering Research Vehicle. Built between 1959 and 1960, this was Zora Arkus-Duntov’s mid-engine single-seat prototype racer, used for a number of projects including SBC fuel injection development. Read More
Mecum Auctions, the world’s largest collector car auction company, will be back in action for its sixth-year running at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas this Nov. 2-5. The estimated 1,000-car lineup will draw buyers, sellers and spectators from across the United States and will consist of a wide-ranging variety with names like Hemi Cuda, Shelby, Yenko and more all on the docket. Also to cross the Mecum auction block are four stunning private collections, and the auction’s Read More
Mecum Auctions’ first-ever Louisville classic and collector car auction brought $13.4 million in total sales throughout the three-day event, with 440 vehicles hammering sold Sept. 8-10. Top sellers at the auction were a great reflection of what the Mecum brand is best known for with the 10 highest sale prices achieved almost exclusively by American Muscle and Corvettes.
Each morning, the tone of the auction was set with the help of the Kentucky Derby’s official bugler Steve Buttleman playing the Read More
RM Sotheby’s, the world’s largest auction house for investment-quality automobiles, is thrilled to announce a pair of hugely important Duesenbergs, offered from more than 50 years of single-family ownership, as star attractions for its annual Hershey, Pennsylvania auction, October 6-7. The 2016 event represents RM’s 10th anniversary sale alongside the Antique Automobile Club of America’s renowned Eastern Division Fall Meet, again promising a fantastic showcase of automotive history Read More
Dan Kruse Classics will be conducting their 42nd Annual Hill Country Classic Car Auction in Austin on Saturday, September 10, 2016, at the Palmer Events Center, in downtown Austin. Including in the offering, which is open to the public, is a collection of ten Corvettes from a private collector, all being offered without minimum or reserve to the highest bidder.
Preliminary results show that total sales at the big five Monterey Car Week Auctions — RM Sotheby’s, Gooding & Co., Russo and Steele, Bonhams and Mecum — are an estimated $345 million — well short of the $397 million total in 2015.
The highest sale totals during Monterey Car Week were in 2014, Read More