The massive and diverse Elkhart Collection may have been dominated by “bread-and-butter classics,” but the cream rose to the top at RM Sotheby’s recent liquidation of the Indiana collection, which included 240 cars and 567 total lots. Eight cars sold for at least $1.1 million apiece and together accounted for $14.29 million—nearly one-third of the auction’s $44 million total.
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Simple and Beautiful collection!
On the same lines .... a 1954 Maserati A6GCS is used for my PC's background. My dream car 🙂
I'm happy to see that the Hobby has not lost any of its steam, at least in specific price ranges. I have always admired the Hobby as an asset class even though I don't own cars for that reason. I own what I like and luck into as a matter of time and circumstance.
Thank you for this.
I remember when I was working for Palm Springs BMW in the parts department I had a beautiful Mercedes 300 SL going in the show room with the matching luggage for sale for $75,000 and then there was a fire
it was completely melted