Rainy weather came to Arizona on Friday, and even if attendance was affected, sales activity continued outpacing 2016’s results. Gross sales amounted to $187.1M … More
The Corvette started life with a serious – nearly terminal – disadvantage. Chevrolet’s new-for-1953 sports car was tragically underpowered, hamstrung by the in- … More
When Christies left the North American classic car auction market in 2003, it looked as though RM Sotheby’s (then RM) had gained a monopoly on high-end car auct … More
A V-8, manual transmission, removable tops, voluptuous styling and heritage for a relatively bargain price? At first glance, third-generation Corvettes tick all … More
Here we go! The 2017 collector car auction season launches with Mecum’s colossal Kissimmee sale from Jan. 6-15. This year, nearly 3,000 vehicles will cross the … More
We’re constantly monitoring the market with an eye on which cars (and trucks) are gaining popularity, losing momentum or treading water. Following are three sug … More
It was swallowed whole in a bizarre accident. Then GM’s “signature restoration” on the one-millionth Corvette brought it back to life.
The ground rumbled and t … More
There’s good news and bad news for anybody who bought a 1990-95 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 brand new and still owns it.
The good news is you’re driving one of the … More
Automakers frequently recycle model names, lending the panache of a past success to a newer, and probably less special, car. In the history of the Chevrolet Cor … More
It’s no secret that Porsche 911 values have plateaued. And some model years are now depreciating following their spectacular run-up after the Great Recession. B … More