Will the Ferrari 250 GT Lusso go over $ 2 million again?

Will the Ferrari 250 GT Lusso go over $ 2 million again?

The Ferrari 250 GT Lusso of 1963/1964 has become increasingly popular with collectors. At auction, prices have gone up from around USD 250,000 in 2004 to 2.5 million in 2014. For 2018 there are several Lusso’s on the market. Question is, will prices for this elegant Ferrari continue to increase?

Almost the highest price ever

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This is NOT a convertible

This is NOT a convertible

Back in the late 1970’s, the Cadillac Seville was introduced as a downsized model for America’s most famous luxury brand. This one is a third generation Seville, from 1991.

In the late 1960’s and early ‘70’s, the Fleetwoods and Eldorado’s and the like got bigger and bigger, but when American customers chose to buy European

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There once was an old lady who bought a Chevy…

There once was an old lady who bought a Chevy…

For three decades, the Caprice was Chevrolets high-end version of the big Impala. This one here is one of the very first. It was bought by an elderly lady in 1966.

In the early 1960’s, Chevrolets fullsize model came in three versions: Biscayne, Bel Air and Impala. The Biscayne was the cheap version, Impala was

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Maximum space

Maximum space

The Austin Maxi was an odd car. It had some remarkable technical and design qualities, but at the same time, it looked quite oldfashioned. In a way that sums up the tragedy of the British Leyland-brands of the period.

Initially, the new large five-door saloon that British Motor Company that Alec Issigonis designed, was to

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Hitler’s Mercedes to be sold in Scottsdale

Hitler’s Mercedes to be sold in Scottsdale

Next month, the annual classic car events in sunny Scottsdale have a very special guest. One that might send a shiver down the spine of visitors. It is the 1939 ‘Grosser Mercedes’ that transported Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini during a parade in Berlin in 1940.

It is well known that Adolf Hitler, the so-called

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Britain defines what exactly is a historic vehicle

Britain defines what exactly is a historic vehicle

According to a new ruling in the United Kingdom, a Vehicle of Historic Interest is at least 40 years old and in original condition. The new ruling matches similar legislation in other European countries.

The British government has issued guidance over the new MOT-rules for classic vehicles. Last September, the Department for Transport announced that

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