No matter which generation we belong to, we all appreciate anything vintage – whether a cute dress or an old Frank Sinatra record. We simply adore “oldies” in nearly every capacity, which is why vintage car shows are the greatest events for people that appreciate the good ole’ days, especially car professionals like me that are quite seasoned in the game.
On January 16-17, RM Auctions will be kicking off a two-day classic car sale in Phoenix. According to RM Auctions website, “The Arizona auction week is widely regarded as a barometer for the new collector car season, with last year’s Arizona sale achieving more than a 42% increase in sales, representing an all-time high for RM Auctions.”
Admission is also open to the public, which makes it a perfect getaway to see cars that you don’t typically see speeding down the I-10. Prospective buyers get a great chance to see popular classic models before starting the buying process.
Some recent popular buys through previous RM auctions include the 1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible, the 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Roadster and the 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe. Other makes include the 1991 Ferrari, the 1954 Buick, the 1948 Chrysler and the 1974 BMW. After the auction in Phoenix, the RM Auction will be held in Paris, Amelia Island and Monaco. The auction is worldwide and recognized in numerous states and countries, which makes it a very unique show that any Phoenician would enjoy.
The auction will be held at the Biltmore Resort and Spa and begins on both days at 5 pm. For Bidder Registration and more information about the auction, click here.