Scottsdale Rocks the Auto Auction Scene
With a total of six auto auction in one week, it’s safe to say that January 12-19 in Scottsdale is a auto collectors heaven. From the first ever sold 2015 Ford Mustang, to classics like a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing, car lovers of all types will be amazed with the 2014 set of events. Get the full run down on all the auctions with our Auto Week Guide to make sure you don’t miss a thing!
Russo and Steele Collector Automobile Auction
January 15-19 ,2014
Scottsdale Rd. and Mayo Blvd. (just south of the Loop 101. Look for the big white tents)
Be sure to check out this boutique-style auction featuring American muscle cars, European sports cars, hot rods and customs. Russo and Steele in Scottsdale is an auction event enthusiasts from around the globe eagerly anticipate every year. They’re known for wild, action-filled, auction block excitement and the highest quality of customer service
January 16-17, 2014
Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa
RM Auctions has sold hundreds of million-dollar automobiles with an average of 95 percent sell-through rate. A major player in private and estate collections sales, RM Auctions markets and catalogues for diverse clients like Formula Racing CEO Bernie Ecclestone and former Ford Motor Company Director Michael Dingman, among others.
January 17-18, 2014
Silver has skillfully established a solid reputation for auctioning affordable collector cars in this January-in-Arizona extravaganza. Silver’s auction continues to grow each year because it is filling a much-needed auction alternative. Thousands of buyers and sellers want an auction where they can buy and sell in an arena that they are personally comfortable in. Silver provides that alternative. Silver’s Fort McDowell auction offers real buyers and sellers, real cars and real deals.