The Kyoto Concorso d’Eleganza 2018 featured entrants from four continents, and a very high standard of exhibits. It confirmed the success of last year’s “maiden” event and thus went some considerable way towards establishing this show as one of the most interesting, and charming, in the world.
Techno Classica Essen (Germany) is 30 years old this year, and the event celebrated this milestone by adding a new hall to the already vast show area and introducing a new layout of the numerous halls, so as to better welcome the 1250 exhibitors coming from 30 different countries.
Even after their hands have warmed up again and their bones have stopped hurting, participants will remember the Goodwood Members’ Meeting 2018 for decades to come.
The Bonhams 2018 Amelia Island sale, held on Thursday March 8th, was the fourth auction organized to coincide with the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance weekend.
The 23rd Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance apparently wanted to establish a new tradition: holding the show on a Saturday! It is funny that this choice, never made in over two decades, has now been made twice in a row.
As a rule, the cars offered at Gooding & Co. sales tend to have higher average estimates than those offered by the firm’s direct competitors, and this year’s Amelia Island auctions confirm this “tradition”. Gooding & Co.’s Amelia Island
The official Amelia Island Concours sale, the last of the auctions taking place in the coming days in Florida, is the one organised by RM Sotheby’s.
As Spring approaches, the classic car world traditionally moves to the “sunshine state” of Florida, where Bill Warner’s Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, one of the most beautiful classic car shows in the world, provides all the most renowned international auction houses
Retromobile is considered among the world’s top classic car shows. It’s impressive both in size and quality of the cars shown. Rétromobile 2018 review:
The Artcurial Rétromobile auction 2018 set 13 new world records with car models that were making their first (or almost first) appearance at auction.
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