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February Collector Car Market Trend Update

Posted on: February 14th, 2022 by

I’ve been eyeballs-deep in collector car values, and I recently reviewed many trends on the podcast episodes (in blue).  Just click the title to listen to the complete episode.  For the Collector Car Fantasy Football Championship episode, I had industry experts track 44 cars to see how they performed over the last year.  Like Fantasy…

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New YouTube: Behind the Scenes – RM Sotheby’s Scottsdale

Posted on: February 3rd, 2022 by

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184: What Cars Changed The World? (1950s – 1960s)

Posted on: January 27th, 2022 by

100 Cars That Changed The World (1950s – 1960s) 1950 Nash Rambler Nash introduced the Rambler in 1950 as its lowest-priced model at $1,800, which wasn’t cheap by any means. But buyers got a car that was loaded with standard equipment, including a radio, heater, courtesy lights, an electric clock, custom upholstery, wheel discs, and…

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183: What Cool Cars are available during Arizona Auction Week?

Posted on: January 20th, 2022 by

183: Arizona Car Week Review Welcome back to The Collector Car Podcast! It is time to review some incredible automobiles coming to the Arizona Car Week in Scottsdale.  Join Greg Stanley as he reviews the star cars from RM Sotheby’s, Barrett Jackson, Gooding & Co and Bonhams. RM Sotheby’s Arizona Modern: Tenenbaum Collection Spotlights Cutting…

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182: Future Update: Greg Stanley’s 2022 Bull Market List

Posted on: January 13th, 2022 by

Welcome back to The Collector Car Podcast! For this episode, I will review thirty cars that are moving in the marketplace.  I will review 10 cars I picked last year, 10 cars for 2022 and I will review Hagerty’s Bull Market List.  They have access to some incredible data so be sure to stay tuned…

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180: What Cars Changed The World? (1930s-1940s)

Posted on: December 30th, 2021 by

180: 100 Cars That Changed The World (1930s-1940s) This is the second of a four part series reviewing the 100 Cars That Changed The World 1930 Cadillac Sixteen “The eight cylinder engine was the most reliable and popular luxury car engine in America by the mid 1920s, and Cadillac had pioneered it in 1915. Packard…

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179: What are the 25 Worst Cars of All Time?

Posted on: December 23rd, 2021 by

25. 1977 Lincoln Versailles: Responding to the challenge of the Cadillac Seville, Lincoln took the Mercury Monarch, added a Continental bump on the trunk and a Mark IV grille up front, and tried to pass it off as sophisticated. 24. 1976 Dodge Aspen/Plymouth Volare: At Chrysler’s nadir, it built these strictly conventional compact cars that…

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177: What are the Top 25 Collector Car Sales of 2021?

Posted on: December 9th, 2021 by

11) 1965 SHELBY 427 COBRA ROADSTER, CSX3178, Carroll Shelby’s Personal 427 Cobra One of the crown jewels of Carroll Shelby’s personal collection, this 1965 Shelby 427 Cobra, CSX3178, was owned by Carroll Shelby from the day it was assembled in March 1966 until his passing in May 2012. One of just five 427 Cobras finished…

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176: Auction Update: Trending Cars, Available Now – December Open Roads

Posted on: December 2nd, 2021 by

Introduction – Welcome back to The Collector Car Podcast!  It has been a few months since we’ve reviewed one of RM Sotheby’s online auctions and I am very excited about this one which started yesterday!  For today’s episode, Car Specialist Thather Keast and I will review 10 cars that are available now including recent 1…

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175: What 100 Cars That Changed The World (1880s – 1920s)?

Posted on: November 25th, 2021 by

1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen “The first stationary gasoline engine developed by Carl Benz was a one-cylinder two-stroke unit which ran for the first time on New Year’s Eve 1879. Benz had so much commercial success with this engine that he was able to devote more time to his dream of creating a lightweight car powered by…

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