RM Sotheby’s Struts Its Stuff in Scottsdale

Arizona Auction Week has plenty going on to keep an automotive enthusiast busy. Whether your tastes run towards Pontiac or Pegaso, you’ll be entertained with the dense richness of what you can witness on four wheels. As we at the ClassicCars.com Journal are an eclectic bunch, we feel an obligation to bring to you, our dear readers, coverage of RM Sotheby’s that ran the gamut, from a Volkswagen transporter to a LaFerrari and everything in-between.

This LaFerrari was bought for over $4 million.

Of course, Sotheby’s is a famous British auction house that primarily deals with art and jewelry, but they do have their place in the automotive world as RM Sotheby’s. Since 2015, Sotheby’s has had a 25% ownership interest in RM Auctions, a Canadian auction house that was founded in the early 1990s after years of restorations and sales. Today, the company known as RM Sotheby’s claim to fame today is that it’s the world’s largest collector car auction house by total sales.

If you wish to see the sale price of each vehicle pictured, be sure to visit RM Sotheby’s website. Trust us: most of these are not vehicles for mere mortals, but considering we’re all ending up six feet under, embrace the egalitarianism end enjoy.

1957 DeSoto Adventurer
1952 Pegaso Z-102 Berlinetta by ENASA
1971 Iso Grifo Series II by Bertone
1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2-litre roadster
2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
2017 Ferrari F12tdf
1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 Targa “Turbo Look”
Duesenberg engine
1969 Plymouth Hemi GTX convertible

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