RM | AUCTIONS
The final countdown is underway to Auctions America's all-new, exclusively online, 'BidAnywhere' collector car sale. Held 21 November at auctionsamerica.com, this exciting, live virtual auction will be held entirely online, providing collectors with a simple and convenient bidding solution to enable them to participate from anywhere in the world.
Typical of all Auctions America sales, the BidAnywhere auction offers something for everyone. The roster of 65 vehicles spans nearly a century of automotive history and a broad range of price points. From a 1928 Ford Model A "AR" Roadster to a 2012 Ford Mustang Custom Convertible, the offering comprises an eclectic mix of pre- and post-war automobiles, including a great selection of '50s and '60s classics, as well as late-model collectibles. For those looking to enter the hobby and are toying with purchasing their first collector car, there's a wonderful selection of entry-level collectibles.
For the pre-war American enthusiast, the sale features an early production and beautifully restored 1928 Ford Model A "AR" Roadster. It joins the previously announced 1937 Cadillac V-16 Custom Imperial Cabriolet, one of just two examples built and reportedly used as the MGM Studios car in period for many stars of the time, including Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh during the filming of Gone with the Wind.
Post-war European examples are highlighted by a striking 1961 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL Roadster, a fantastic driver, ready for the road. Late-model collectibles include a very well-maintained 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS, a highly original 1987 Buick GNX, and a "like-new" 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe, finished in the rare and highly desirable Lagoon Green Metallic. In addition to this trio of 1980s poster cars, which have been enjoying increasing popularity, BidAnywhere will also lift the gavel on another icon of its era, a cosmetically restored 1974 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser.