Ford GT no. 48 was sold Saturday at Mecum’s Indianapolis sale for an incredible $1.65 million after a frenzied bidding war that progressed quite rapidly. Crossing the dais in under two minutes, the bidding started rapid fire in Mecum’s traditional livestock auction-style cattle rattle, and nearly as soon as it…
Named for company partners Charles Deutsch and René Bonnet, Deutsch-Bonnet is one of many oddball 1950s French automakers, though perhaps my favorite of the bunch. The company made their stamp on the market by building tiny lightweight runabouts for Le Mans and Mille Miglia competition. By comparison to the racers…
An absolutely pristine and particularly special 1995 silver McLaren F1 just found its second owner at the Bonham’s Pebble Beach auction for an astronomical asking price, which is fitting because us mere Earthlings are not worthy.
Dearly departed Formula One backmarkers Manor have officially ceased to be, therefore, their stuff is up for sale in order to pay off the team’s assorted debts. Everything from a 6:1 wind tunnel model of Manor’s stillborn 2017 car design to enough wheels to shame a hellaflush kid is up for sale. Who needs some F1 kit?
Before Lamborghini made cars with angles sharper than Wendy’s twitter responses, the Italian automaker made cars that were unquestionably timeless works of art. With examples of Lambo’s vintage roots becoming harder to come by, cars like the ones for sale by comedian Adam Carolla should light fires under the asses of…
Ford GTs: new and old—it seems like everybody wants one. So of course this 2004 Ford GT is worthy of your attention, especially because it’s a prototype.
Have we got a car for you! A bona-fide classic! The best in Gallic ingenuity and Space-Age thriftiness! A funky little ride that gets great mileage and packs in all the charm! Yes, this beige 1980 Renault Le Car is a classic, and, some may argue, was always a classic. Never say that even the French, foisting this upon…
I’m experiencing a very odd mix of confusion and desire, a welcome change from my normal state of confusion and incontinence, but still not ideal. It’s because of this astounding 1974 Super Beetle that’s going up for auction. That’s not the amazing part: the amazing part is that it has only 56 miles on the clock. I…
Just before the Volkswagen Group fully asserted its takeover of Lamborghini beginning in 2000, a final pure-bred Lamborghini Diablo rolled off the line. According to the auctioneer, that car goes up for bidding in less than a month.
As for your dreams of owning VIN No. 001 of the 2017 Acura NSX, well... they’re not happening. Better luck next time. That honor will go to NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick, who paid nearly eight times the car’s price tag for rights to make the first custom order.
If you’re lucky enough to own one of Steve McQueen’s personalized Porsches, you’d be crazy to sell it. But that’s exactly what California’s Mike Regalia is doing later this summer.
Despite their success at
promoting their business partners at Crowdcube crowdfunding Caterham's return for the last Formula One race of the season, the administrator over the team has opted to put the team's assets up for auction. They're done.
Now defunct Formula One team Marussia brings you a selection of gifts for the racer who has everything. Ever fancied a Formula One car, a sweet transporter or some of the high-tech tools used in F1 car design? Want the stillborn 2015 design for your wall? Check out the Marussia auction on December 16-17.
I know at some point in the future, probably a number of points, I'm going to get pulled over for speeding. I accept that. If a magic horse offered me the chance to change anything about my future pullings-over, I can only think of one thing: I want to be pulled over by a Dutch Porsche 356 cop car. If you're rich, you…
Back when Russia was still cooperating with NASA, the two organizations developed the Kholod rocket. This beast traveled up to MACH 6.47, using scramjet technology, and it's going up for auction on September 8th.
Spyker Cars' assets are going up for auction to settle outstanding tax debts, so you can finally own the ill-fated D8 SUV, along with a C8 racer, a slew of engines, and even an F1 car.
This past Saturday, as you may have heard, the original Ford Futura showcar that was modified into the first Batmobile sold for a Bruce Wayne-wealth-worthy $4.2 million dollars.
Holy insert clever auto auction pun here, Batman! The original Batmobile from the 1960s TV series was sold tonight at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction for an insane $4.2 million.