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1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider • Chassis 2935 • Ex Alain Delon • Baillon Collection
Estimate : 9 500 000 – 12 000 000 €
1956 Maserati A6G Gran Sport Frua • Chassis 2140 • Baillon Collection
Estimate : 800 0000 – 1 200 000 €

France barn find worth millions

Artcurial Motorcars has discovered 60 collectors’ automobiles, all major marques dating from the early days of the motor car through to the 1970s. Found following 50 years of lying dormant, the multi-million-dollar Baillon will be sold Feb. 6, 2015, in Paris.

Concours ceased at Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens

STAN HYWET HALL & GARDENS WILL NOT CONTINUE CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE IN 2015 Akron, Ohio — Following a comprehensive assessment of the inaugural Concours d’Elegance at Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens held in September, Linda Conrad, President and Executive Director, announced its decision to forgo an encore in 2015. “The 2014 Concours made a wonderful...

2015 Old Cars Weekly Reader Rides calendar.

Plan your 2015 show season with an Old Cars Reader Rides calendar

Enjoy timeless automobiles year-round and plan next year’s show season with the popular 2015 Old Cars Weekly Reader Rides Calendar. This 12-month wall calendar features a variety of fabulous machines that are owned by OCW readers and has become an institution for thousands of old car lovers. The calendar shows all major holidays as...

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Q&A with Kit Foster: December 4, 2014

  Q. The Aug. 7 issue had an article in Club Clips about Chrysler’s Turbine Cars. I have enclosed a couple of pictures of a metal advertising piece that I have had for several years. When I found the first one, I thought it might have been given to one of the people who...

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Q&A with Kit Foster: November 27, 2014

Q. I have had an NOS fender for a few years and neither myself nor others have been able to identify it. I was once told it was Packard and this upset a few old-timers when I had a friend take it to Hershey. They said they thought it was late 1920s Dodge and...