The January auctions in Arizona ended with sales figures of $224-million and counting. To read details on all the auctions results: Gooding $52.5-million; Barrett-Jackson $109-million; RM Auctions $36.4-million; Bonhams $13.4-million; Silver Auctions $2.8-million and Russo and Steele $16-million–click here. .
The RM group of companies, incorporating RM Auctions and Auctions America, continued its successful sales run in 2012, generating more than $360-million (all prices quoted in U.S. dollars and inclusive of buyers’ premium) in total sales to cement its position as the world’s largest collector car auction company. Eclipsing its record-setting performance of 2011, theRead Full Story
This superb 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder led a host of million-dollar-plus Ferraris at the 2012 RM sale in Monterey (credit: Stephen Goodal © 2012 courtesy RM Auctions) RM Auctions, the world’s largest collector car auction house for investment-quality automobiles, continued its strong track record on the August Monterey, California week of carRead Full Story
RM Auctions kicked off its 2012 calendar on a positive note in Arizona in January, posting more than $25.5 million in sales (all figures are reported in U.S. dollars and include 10 per cent buyer’s premium). RM saw a strong 89 per cent sell-through of its auction vehicles at this annual sale in Phoenix. TheRead Full Story
Building on its mantra of “Something for Everyone,” Barrett-Jackson Auction Company will unveil a new, elite breed of horsepower — Barrett-Jackson Salon Offering Collection— cars that are among the world’s most rare, valuable, collectible and coveted. 1947 Bentley Franay Mark VI Cabriolet, one of only two commissioned in 1947. Nine one-of-a-kind vehicles are currently consignedRead Full Story