RT @duPontREGISTRY: 2005 Porsche Carrera GT, finished in stunning paint-to-sample Metallic Orange - To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERV…

RT @TravelLeisure: RM Sotheby's is auctioning James Bond’s 1965 Aston Martin https://t.co/WGWZlkbrPV https://t.co/B3gqCWlDAG

RT @uncrate: This 12 Hours of Sebring-winning 1975 BMW 3.5 CSL will cross the auction block this August in Monterey. @rmsothebys https://t.…

We're bringing all three generations of the Ford GT to #RMMonterey: the forefather of “the pace car for an entire company”, a rare 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster Prototype; a pair of low-mileage 2005 Ford GTs; & a modern, unencumbered 2017 Ford GT. See more at https://t.co/9kfLsl1Lji https://t.co/3kEq1qtalz

#NEWS: We're bringing all three generations of the Ford GT to #RMMonterey, 15-17 August! Leading the lineup is the forefather of “the pace car for an entire company”, a 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster Prototype. The first of just 5 GT40 roadsters built and the 8th of only 12 prototypes, this is one of the finest, most original, and rarest examples of Ford’s racing icon. Built for Shelby American as a test and development car, this very car was driven by such legendary drivers as Carroll Shelby, Ken Miles, and Jim Clark and would crown any collection as an historic component of the GT40 legend. Joining the GT40 in #Monterey: - A pair of low-mileage, four-option 2005 Ford GTs, in Centennial White and rare Midnight Blue - A modern, unencumbered 2017 Ford GT finished in one-off Beryllium Orange and featuring a host of custom options See more and register to bid on the complete lineup at RMSothebys.com/MO19.

Four Exemplary BMWs Offered from the BMW Motorsport Collection of Henry Schmitt

RT @Silodrome: 1957 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk II – The Aston That Can’t Be Killed Link: https://t.co/EI9BJoyQJ7 @rmsothebys @astonmartin #ast…

Start your week off right this #MercedesMonday with the 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster set for #RMMonterey, 15-17 August! Attractively finished in Medium Red over a tan interior, this early-production U.S. example spent its early life on the West Coast. Extensively serviced by Canepa Design and Virtuoso Performance and a participant of the 2015 and 2016 California Mille, today this 300 SL drives as well as it looks. A two-piece set of fitted luggage is included with the car, as well as a tool roll and several binders of extensive documentation. Shining as a first-year example of the venerated 300 SL roadster, this car is ready for some top-down motoring adventures with its next owner. See more and register to bid at RMSothebys.com/MO19!

#MercedesMonday: This shining 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster is set for #RMMonterey! Finished in Medium Red over tan interior, this early U.S. example was extensive serviced and participated in the 2015 & 2016 California Mille. See more at https://t.co/9kfLsl1Lji! https://t.co/22A4iHiOeJ

#WATCH: We’ve released a new film on the Porsche Type 64. In this clip, @pLmotorsport & Jeff Zwart weigh in on the car's significance to the #Porsche community as well as its influence on the brand that it would birth. See the full film here: https://t.co/32yXNkQAV5 #RMMonterey https://t.co/drMv2gdpp4

#WATCH: New Film | Porsche Type 64 | An Origin Story in Motion. A clip of our new #Porsche Type 64 film, produced by Porch House Pictures and starring Jeff Zwart, & @pLmotorsport, who spend a day with the oldest car to wear the Porsche name. Stay tuned for more. #Luftgekuhlt https://t.co/ptxHzPWAdh

#WATCH: New Film | Porsche Type 64 | An Origin Story in Motion We’ve release a new film on the Porsche Type 64, the antecedent of Porsche’s historical evolution. The film, produced by Porch House Pictures, stars award-winning filmmaker, multiple Pikes Peak Hill Climb Champion, and lifelong Porsche enthusiast, Jeff Zwart, and Porsche Factory Team Driver and Luftgekühlt Co-Founder, Patrick Long, who spend a day with the oldest car to wear the Porsche name, weighing in on its significance to the Porsche community as well as its influence on the brand that it would birth. The #Porsche Type 64, chassis no. 38/41 is the antecedent of Porsche’s historical evolution. This is the first car to ever wear Porsche’s iconic wide-font script name and is without a doubt the most historically important Porsche ever offered for public sale.