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Hot August Nights

New Company Behind the Auction Block for Hot August Nights

A new company will be spearheading the auction and exhibition portions of Hot August Nights (HAN), launching in 2016 for the popular classic car event’s 30th anniversary. Reno-based Motorsport Auction Group (MAG) will not only take hold of the auction gavel for the first time between August 4 and 6, 2016, but it will...

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2015 Carlisle Events season for the record books

The 2015 season for Carlisle Events was one for the record books and one of changes, too. A handful of shows were the all-time biggest of their type or close to it and Carlisle Events as a company reorganized a bit, condensing its schedule from 13 events to 11. Ultimately, the event that started...

2002 Camaro B4C police car

Auction of Rare Camaro Police Car

Auction of rare Camaro police car to benefit Gliniewicz family VOLO — “The Volo Auto Museum will auction off a rare, 2002 Camaro B4C police car, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the children of slain Fox Lake Police Lt. Joseph Gliniewicz,” the museum director said. Fifty-two-year-old Gliniewicz was shot and killed while on...

Top-seller: The Moir Family’s 1930 Cadillac V-16 Roadster headlined the two-day sale, bringing an incredible $1,100,000.

$1.1 million V-16 Roadster leads RM Hershey sale

  HERSHEY, Pa. – RM Auctions celebrated the annual AACA Eastern Division Fall Meet Oct. 9-10 with its best Hershey performance to date: $14,074,250 in total sales with a very strong 93 percent of all lots sold. Generated by the sale of 157 vehicles and select memorabilia before a packed auction room, results from...

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Big John’s Ford collection reflects work ethic, business savvy

When you hear the song “Big John,” you’d think that this song was written about John Saathaff, owner of Big John’s Ford in Minden, Nebraska. This tall Nebraskan is the picture of perseverance, dedication and business savvy. For John, lessons in business and survival were learned at an early age. John’s determination was not...