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The Warranty Alone On This Bugatti Will Cost You $255,000

The RM Auctions offers some of the rarest and finest automobiles for your money. Many of these cars are insanely expensive, like this Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse that has a starting bid of $1.9 million. Wait you are concerned about reliability for your Veyron? Fear not, a warranty is available. … »7/31/14 4:38pm7/31/14 4:38pm

There's $50 Million Worth Of Exceptional Cars In An NYC Skyscraper

While the sheets are being lifted off the latest and greatest in LA and Tokyo, the first New York City auction of ultra-exotic historic automobiles in a decade is on this week. Sotheby's and RM Auctions have spent some six months organizing "The Art Of The Automobile"— a live auction in Manhattan today at which thirty… »11/21/13 2:00pm11/21/13 2:00pm

Rare 1953 Ferrari 375 MM Spider: $8.25 Million at RM Auction

James H. Kimberly , “Gentleman Jim,” as he was often known, was the grandson of one of four founders of the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, which produced Kleenex and a variety of other paper products. No doubt he enjoyed a privileged life, yet he spent time shoveling coal and doing hard labor, as well as serving in the… »8/17/13 11:35am8/17/13 11:35am

RM Auctions To Sell Vintage-Style Pedal Cars Benefitting Antique Auto Club

As part of the Vintage Motor Cars of Hershey event in Pennsylvania, RM Auctions »9/12/08 12:20pm9/12/08 12:20pm and the Antique Automobile Club of America will offer vintage-style pedal cars, custom-built for the event and benefiting the AACA. The cars were designed and fabricated by some of the nation's top restorers and wrenchers, and come in…

1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Sells For $10,976,000 Setting World Record As Most Expensive Car Ever

How much would you pay for the car of your dreams? Well, the official record for the highest price anyone ever paid for any car anywhere was just recently set when a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT short-wheelbase California got hammered down at auction for €7,040,000. Converted to 'merican dollars, that's about $10,976,000. That… »5/19/08 12:40pm5/19/08 12:40pm