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On Quality & Quantity

On Quality & Quantity

There is something revealing in the fact that six auction houses in Monterey offered more than 150 Porsches for sale. Elsewhere in this issue, we have suggested that the bubble of investment opportunity has moved past the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, like clouds streaking...
August Mid-Month Guest Commentator

August Mid-Month Guest Commentator

Well folks, it’s over. The Monterey-Peninsula-ultimate-car-guy-week has come to a close. I was most interested in the auction results and they proved very thought provoking. Overall, the auction houses sold some $390 million in cars this year, compared to $410...
What Happened to the Embarrassment of Riches?

What Happened to the Embarrassment of Riches?

Editor’s Note: I hope that by the time you see this March issue, a number of you who came to Los Angeles for the annual literature and swap meet – or Trash & Trinkets as a good friend calls it – you also will recognize the structure shown at the top of the page in...
An Embarrassment of Riches

An Embarrassment of Riches

With total production of Porsche sports car models hovering around a million examples, perhaps it’s not unexpected how much interest the six auction houses are lavishing on this make in mid-August at Monterey. Call it an embarrassment of riches, if you like, but...

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