This is the 19th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
Rolls-Royce mounts a celebration of the longest-running nameplate in automotive history with an exhibition starting at the end of July called The Great Eight Phantoms.
Georges Kellner began making carriages in Paris in 1861. His sons, joined their father’s enterprise in 1890. Thirteen years later, in the Kellners began producing bodies for motorcars.
Three pieces of British royalty with celebrity connections will be up for auction in August during Gooding & Company’s Pebble Beach sale.
H &H may not have the name recognition in North America of a Bonhams, but the company has an international reputation for high-dollar vehicles.
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Rare Elvis-style Cadillac leads nearly 300-car docket
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