Six Ferraris, a Mercedes Benz, an Alfa Romeo, an Aston Martin and a Jaguar. The number of classic cars sold at auction every year keeps on rising, so if you are looking for something classic, auction houses are a good place to start.
Auction house William George are auctioning off the 2013 Vauxhall Astra 1.6 from the Top Gear show ‘Star In a Reasonably Priced Car’.
Catawiki has made a pit stop and is now “overhauling” its exclusive auctions with classic cars and continuing to improve. For the buyers of the rare and sought-after vehicles, this means more transparency, service and lots of great features all around motorsport.
An icon, nostalgic and fun: these are just some of the ways to coveted the Volkswagen T1, one of the most desired vehicles when it comes to collectable cars. We check out how these reliable and retro vans came to be so popular amongst car collectors.
The auction room will be filled with great expectations when bidders have the chance to lay their hands on the British rock icon Rod Stewart’s Lamborghini. If Stewart isn’t enough for you, how about cars owned by Jim Clark or Peter Sellers?
The names Mustang, El Camino, Trans-AM and Firebird once ruled the roads and highways of America.
This month, the online auction house Catawiki will hold an incredible array of car, motorcycles and boat auctions. What's really caught our eye here at Barnebys is the selection of both sports and classic cars alike.
A Le Mans-winning Jaguar D-Type became the most expensive British automobile to ever be sold at auction, as the model reached a staggering £16.63 million ($21.78 million) at RM Sotheby's on 19th August, 2016.
The KTM X-Bow, which won the Top Gear 2012 Sports Car of the Year will be going under the gavel at Silverstone.