Bring-a-trailer is a quickly developing online sales platform for cars. It is now selling very rare and exclusive cars successfully as well. Lately a Bugatti 37A was sold for U$ 415’000. The same car was a non-seller in the Amelia auction of RM Sotheby’s in 2020 at the lower estimate of U$ 350’000-400’000 (highest bid U$ 320’000). Online is getting much attention by the classic auction houses as well and this not for Covid only. Online is cost efficient, works day and night all over the world. It is the future.
4C Classic & Contemporary Car Conference Blog. Fritz Reust is checking the most interesting car websites on articles about classic and contemporary cars, for you, every week. We also publish contributions on our main website 4c-conference.com.
Sale of the Week – a Bugatti on Bring a Trailer? | Hagerty Insider
Bring-a-trailer is a highly successfull online-platform and it is starting to sell rare and expensive models as well, recently a Bugatti 37A.
What does the U.K.’s ban on gas-powered vehicles mean for classics? | Hagerty Insider
Premier Johnson speaks about the 40’000 jobs the combustion free future will bring. No mentioning of jobs lost however…
SECRET BEVERLY HILLS CAR COLLECTION | BRUCE MEYER’S GARAGE – FULL TOUR
Bruce Meyer guides us personally through his impressive collection.
Going, Going, Gone! An oral history of the most monumental classic car sale of all time | Hagerty Insider
A short history how the biggest ever car collection was set up and how it was sold: Harrah.
One year on. Or: How classic car enthusiasts learned to stop worrying and love the quarantine | Hagerty Insider
The US-market is strong, prices went up (this is not the case in our countries…), shows the Hagerty Price Guide.