Moving west of Florida and into North Carolina, Greensboro Auto Auctions GAA held its sale in the first weekend of March. It was a big event, with 530 cars offered and over 380 reported sold to generate a total sales volume of $10,200,0 Although heavy on American iron, it featured awide garage door remote reset ofVolkswagen Beetles from the late 1950s through to 1976; top seller was a 1963 example at $31,2 And since almost no big auctions in North America Amelia excepted can be held without a DeLorean, GAAlisted a 1981 example.
It sold forthe same $31,270 that garage door remote reset the 1963 Beetle. Top seller here was a 1970 Plymouth Hemi ’Cuda, in orange with a black interior and 61,000 miles recorded, that found a new owner at $151,5 American muscle is continuing its comeback. Thiere are signs of this in Australia, too, going by the Shannons sale in Sydney. American muscle cars are always crowd-pleasers Down Under; standouts were a pair of 1969 Fords, one a Torino Talladega 428 Coupe and the other a Mustang 428 Super Cobra Jet Mach 1 Fastback, selling for A$112,000 ?59,840 apiece.
Thie star seller, of the 22 lots that sold out of 26 entries, was a 1957 Porsche 356 Speedster in right-hand drive that made. Back in the mother country, Bonhams’ sale at the Goodwood Members’ Meeting showed that the right cars from the 1920s can still sell well even if they are overshadowed by younger, better-known machinery. Thie day’s top seller was a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing, a single-owner car from the Curtis collection, which reached ?841,5 Total sales revenue for the Members’ Meeting auction amounted to nearly ?5,900,000, with 79 of 99 cars sold. garage door remote reset Donington Park sale in late February offered 99 lots, of which 75 sold, netting a total of ?426, Thie sale included several ‘modern’ classics, but a 1959 Triumph TR3A hit the top spot at ?22,4