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Iconic machines lined up for Mecum Monterey

Mecum’s annual Monterey Auction will be headlined by a spectacular array of supercars and sports cars from makers such as Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, McLaren, Ford, Bugatti and Aston Martin. Classics from such renowned automotive marques as Duesenberg, Packard and Peugeot will also highlight the sale, while a select array of superbly turned out racing...

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Driven by Disruption generates more than $73.5 million in sales

Driven by Disruption: RM Sotheby’s Creative New York City event generates more than $73.5 million in auction sales.   RM Sotheby’s rounds out record 2015 auction season with more than $73.5 million in sales at its exclusive ‘Driven by Disruption’ event in New York City Top-seller: 1956 Ferrari 290 MM realizes $28.05 million to...

"One More Than 10: Singer and the Porsche 911," available for pre-order www.singervehicledesign.com focusing on the impeccable craftsmanship within Rob Dickinson's "re"imagination of Porsche 911. (PRNewsFoto/Singer Vehicle Design)

Singer Vehicle Design founder to be at Peterson Museum’s re-opening

Porsche fans can meet Rob Dickinson, creator and founder of the global phenomenon, who will be signing his recently launched book “One More than 10: Singer and the Porsche 911” at the Petersen Museum’s re-opening preview day on December 6, in Los Angeles, www.petersentickets.org.  In addition to the book signing, two very special Porsche 911s...

Floor-length evening gowns are a much-rarer sight at the New York show than they were 40 or 50 years ago, but Gail & Rice agency models Caitlin (left) and Mandi (right) rocked ‘em old school as the stately Lincoln Continental Concept had its world debut at the 2015 edition.   The production version launching next year will have a big role to play in Lincoln’s plan to triple global sales to 300,000 units by 2020, especially as wealthy Chinese buyers adore chauffeur-driven cars with long wheelbases and lavish interiors

Big guns in the Big Apple

By Gregg Merksamer New York’s 2015 auto show surveyed Though 20-plus press conferences were scheduled over the two days preceding the April 3rd-12th public run of the 115th anniversary New York International Auto Show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on Manhattan’s west side, several pedigreed vehicles of interest were given early off-site...

This photo is widely believed to be one of the
last taken, within hours of actor James Dean's death while driving the Porsche on Sept. 30, 1955.

Hunt for James Dean Porsche takes new turn

Sixty years after the Sept. 30, 1955, crash that killed James Dean, and 10 years after the Volo Auto Museum made a $1 million offer for the legendary actor’s long-missing Porsche Spyder wreckage, a tip regarding the 550’s whereabouts is turning museum officials’ heads. After Dean’s death, the wrecked Porsche was toured nationally as a highway safety exhibit....

The sale also featured 50 cars, including a 2011 Pebble Beach class-winning 1936 Ford Model 48 Cabriolet which brought $396,000 (below). The unique car features coachwork by Gläser and a 1935 model-year front end. Photo courtesy of RM Auctions

RM sells 50 cars from Dingman Collection

RM Auctions rang up $9.88 million in sales with 100 percent of all lots sold at its Dingman Collection 2012 auction in Hamption, N.H., June 9-10. The Dingman Collection represented many years of careful and meticulous acquisition by prominent businessman, investor and philanthropist, Michael Dingman, a former Ford Motor Co. director. The sale lifted...

Fairfield County Concours showcases a barn find C-3 and more

Three of the limited run of 20 handsome Cunningham C-3 Coupes can be seen at the eighth annual Fairfield County Concours d’Elegance on Sept. 18 in Westport, Conn. Built in the early 1950s by celebrated race car builder and former Westport resident Briggs S. Cunningham, these cars were Mr. C’s ticket to enter the...