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Market Analysis: August 2015

By <Unknown User> on 07/09/2015

The 18th hole at Pebble Beach is tricky at the best of the times - at least that’s what golfers tell me - but on Sunday 17 August it was damn near unplayable, what with 219 extra hazards created by some of the world’s most beautiful and exotic cars competing for the coveted laurels of the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the world’s premier show ‘n’ shine contest.

The term cynics use for the Pebble Beach Concours, and other top-tier velvet...

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The insider’s guide to collecting, investing, value and trends is a new service dedicated to classic car investors and enthusiasts looking to buy a classic car...

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What were August's highest, and lowest, classic car auction prices?

By Claire Evans on 03/09/2015

More than 700 classic cars were sold at major auctions in the UK and USA last month, achieving a total of well over Â£200 million. And August was truly a game of two halves when it came to classic car auction prices: Californian sales claimed all the highest prices, while British auction house Anglia hammered away the most affordable cars.

The highest price of the month was made by a 1961 Ferrari 250GT SWB California spider. The covered-headlight car has been well used, also well cared...

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