Classic Car Auction Yearbook 2021-22: The Car Collector’s Bible is now on stands
The recent pandemic may have left some global economies struggling, but it has failed to put a dent in the collector car market. Flip a few pages of the Classic Car Auction Yearbook, and you will realize that the mood among blue-chip investors remains upbeat even in 2022.
The biggest highlight of 2022 has to be the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Silver Arrow. This legendary race car sold $142 million, taking the crown of the most expensive car in the world. It’s no surprise, given that it is one of just two Uhlenhaut coupes that exist today.
One car that caught our attention early on was the Bugatti EB110. We’ve seen the value of this car rise over the past couple of years as more and more collectors began to appreciate it. In August, an EB110 SS sold for a record $3.16 million. Soon, another example will hit the auction block, and we can’t wait to see the results.
The Classic Car Auction Yearbook 2021-22 shows the current trends in the collector car market. It’s a great resource for those looking for the perfect investment opportunity in the new year.
The book is now on stands across the world. Here’s how to get a copy.