The modern Ferrari California isn’t just one of the ugliest cars Ferrari has ever made; it’s one of the ugliest cars ever put on sale. It is grossly ill-proportioned and strange. And there’s one reason why this one sold for $438,478.
Lamborghini upgraded the original Countach to LP400 S specification officially after two prototypes were built for customers who demanded Pirelli’s new P7 tires on their supercars. Front lift, what front lift?
With all that NBC and Sony money coming in, we wonder: Does Jerry Seinfeld need space the for something even more special in his garage? Either way, if you’re in the market for a Porsche 550 Spyder, a 356 A 1500 GS/GT Carrera Speedster or a 911 Carrera 3.0 IROC RSR, prepare your bank account for a diet.
The two-millionth Land Rover “Defender” built at the illustrious Solihull plant was just sold at auction for $600,000 to a bidder from Qatar. The truck is a publicity product which Bear Grylls and actress Virginia McKenna “helped assemble.” The money collected for it will go to charity.
While she was singing about Mercedeses, Janis Joplin’s Porsche was her coolest car. This thing might just be the greatest art car this side of Andy Warhol’s BMW M1 Le Mans racer, and it’s going for auction in two days, estimated to fetch between $400,000 - $600,000. Have a look at what you’re getting for your money.
Nearly all 1,311 Ferrari F40s built between 1987 and 1992 went to their lucky owners from the factory with a stripped out interior and a Rosso Corsa paint job—except for a select few which did not.
Chassis 073 is not one of the five+one original F1 LMs, but that didn’t stop its new owner from forking out $12.5 million plus the buyer’s fee for it.
This Porsche 911 has the seat in the middle like a McLaren F1. This is.... this is amazing and absurd and beautiful and I need it.
CJ Wilson Automotive (yes, that CJ Wilson) is auctioning longtime pro wrestler and fighter dude CM Punk’s first car for charity right this very moment. Yes, the car is a Chevy Monte Carlo. Yes, there are vomit stains in it.
Ladies and gentlemen, the “Pinnacle Portfolio” is the largest and most valuable single-owner collection to ever be presented at auction. No kidding!
In a few weeks you can bid on James May’s 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 at the Bonhams Auction in Goodwood. While you might not have been tempted by Richard’s E36 M3, that has seen better days, purchasing a well cared for, classic 911 from Cpt. Slow could be a wise move.
Every year you can find some of the most drool-worthy vintage and modern sports cars at the RM Sotheby’s Classic Car Auction in Monterey, California. But this year will have some of the most expensive and exclusive cars ever built, and they were all sourced from a single collector.
There are barn finds, and then there are hidden caches of treasure so precious as to attract the descendants of Spanish conquistadors. This is the latter, and it contains gold like a prototype Cadillac V12 convertible. Estimated sale price? Up to $350,000, and that’s just the one car. There are four others, including…
Remember the Andrews Collection? Well, it just got significantly smaller after RM Auctions managed to sell 78 vehicles and select memorabilia from it. The result is $53,887,585 in the bank.
That's what you do if your dad owns the Ritz Hotel in Paris and used to own the world’s best department store in London, too.
This cute workhorse has 302 miles on the clock and the seat protectors and rubber floor mats left right where the British Motor Corporation put them back in 1968. Also, Dunlop cross-ply tires!
If you've got a love for American iron on two wheels and about $15-$20 million burning a hole in your pocket, Mecum has an auction coming soon that you need to attend. The auction house is presenting what may be the best and most complete collection of rare vintage American bikes ever assembled anywhere.