Last year’s auction alone saw them rake in about $35.9 million with about $6.6 million coming in from the sale of Delahaye Torpedo Roadster.
The Baillon collection grabbed a lot of eye balls at the Retromobile week conducted in Paris. The auction house offered about a 100 stunning cars among which 60 could be restored. A vast majority of these cars remained hidden for several decades before being rescued by Roger Biallon.
Right after the auction of 2016 Ford Shelby GT350R, it was Chrysler at the Barrett-Jackson auction that went ahead and donated the luxurious 1961 Chrysler 300G. The car was sold for $200,000 and the proceeds went to America’s Car Museum which is the largest automotive museum in the United States. The donation will help the … Read moreVintage Chrysler 300G Sells for $200,000 at Barrett-Jackson Auction
There is no doubt that DS is a classic car from Citroen that will be celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. Hence, Citroen has already been working on the celebrations at the London Classic Car Show where the automaker will display two classic DS21s for the viewers. The cars will also take a parade throughout … Read moreCitroen Ready to Display Two Classic DS21 at the London Classic Car Show
Every year new cars are made, but only a few go down in history to become an iconic car. The 1977 Pontiac that was driven by Burt Reynolds’s movie Smokey and The Bandit certainly falls in the latter category.