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Luxury American Classic Car Tucker 48 At Auction

Tucker 48 is one of luxury American classics made ​​after World War II, and each of the 51 specimens representing, at that time, the pinnacle of technology and design. Among the owners of this interesting model, were also famous directors Francis Ford Coppola and George Lucas, and a perfectly restored copy in “firearms” bronze color […]

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus Sold For $18.3 Million

We have already announced that this wonderful and rare 1954 Ferrari 375 Plus, could fetch a whopping $12 Million at auction. Not only that car reached that price, but it was sold for much more. At the Bonhams auction held during the recent Festival of Speed ​​at Goodwood the Ferrari 375 Plus from 1954 was […]

Late Rachel Lambert Mellon’s Treasures at Sotheby’s Auction

Exceptional fine art, jewelry, furniture and decoration from the collection of Rachel Lambert Mellon, who died earlier this year at the age of 103 will be offered by Sotheby’s in a series of auctions this fall in New York. The auctions, starting in November, will be among the most highly anticipated sales from a fabled […]

Outstanding 1966 Shelby 427 Cobra at Auctions America’s California Sale

Auctions America will present over 400 collector cars at its California Sale, scheduled for July 31-August 2, 2014. At this highly anticipated event, visitors will have a chance to acquire an outstanding 427 Cobra with excellent documented history, invoices dating back nearly 40 years, and a beautiful restoration to the highest standards. This outstanding 1966 […]

The Grand Manor of Nashville Heading to Absolute Auction

If you ever dreamed of living in exciting Music City, USA – Nashville, Tennessee, you have a golden opportunity to make it a reality. One of Nashville, Tennessee’s finest private homes will be heading to absolute auction on July 22, 2014 with Grand Estates Auction Company. Previously listed at $12,9 million, this The Grand Manor […]

Heiress’s First Edition Copy of Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass” Sold for $305,000

A rare first edition copy of Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass” that belonged to reclusive copper heiress Huguette Clark sold for $305,000 at auction this week along with several other rarities, including two first edition Charles Dickens books. That was more than twice Christie’s estimate of $100,000 to $150,000, and it marked a world auction […]

More Than A Century Old Mercer 35R Racebout Car At Auction

Pages of the American automotive industry are not as densely written as is the case with those in Europe, and across the pond can be proud of the fact that they were making cars for more than a century. One of the oldest car manufacturers in the United States are “Duesenberg”, “Studebaker”, “Plymouth” and “Pontiac”. […]