A regular fixture on the auction calendar, The Bonhams Bond Street Sale takes place on Saturday, 7th December. JBR Capital will be there to answer any questions about financing one of the cars under the hammer.
See stats, best cars sold and auction review for RM Sotheby’s Youngtimer Collection. This highly anticipated event saw 140 modern classic cars go under the hammer, across 4 events between February and April 2019.
Cars have always been an important part of our lives. However, for some, they are a social symbol where no expense is spared. The figures paid for the following majestic vehicles are almost unbelievable. See the list of the 75 most expensive cars sold at auction.
It’s that time of year when we look back on the past 12 months and take stock. With that in mind we invited Dr. Vincent van der Vinne, author of ‘Investing in Cars,’ to look back on what has been an exciting year for auction houses around the world.
August is a time of great anticipation in the collectors car world, with much of it centered around the Pebble Beach Concours and the big three auctions staged by Bonhams, Gooding & Co. and RM Sotheby’s during ‘Monterey Week’ in California.
Coinciding with the famous Retromobile show at the Porte de Versailles, three of the leading auction houses recently held their European season-openers in Paris: RM Sotheby’s, followed by Bonhams and then Artcurial.
If collectors’ car auctioneers ever have a chance to sit back and take it easy, it’s certainly not during August and September. As usual, most interest is focussed on the high-end sales held by Bonhams at Quail Lodge, RM Sotheby’s at Monterey & Gooding & Co at Pebble Beach.
Ignore the doom and gloom – the 2020 ‘Geneva Motor Show’ was fantastic OK, so the Geneva Motor Show didn’t happen this year – and there’s a general feeling of pessimism around the cars that were due to be revealed. But we think otherwise. If you look beyond the...
Classifieds of the month - Our pick In the first of a new series of articles, we scan the classifieds to find the cars you could buy for budgets ranging from £500 to £2000 a month. You might be surprised by our findings…. his article was written in...