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Car Talk on Bloomberg Markets

Last week we were honored to be a guest on an episode of Matt Miller & Paul Sweeney’s Bloomberg Markets. We discussed financial markets, art and collector car auctions, interest rates, the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder, and the upcoming RM Sotheby’s Ferrari GTO auction. You can watch the full […]

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Car Culture According to Dr. Fred Simeone and Philip Richter

At the 2018 Greenwich Concours d’Elegance, Dr. Fred Simeone and Philip Richter were interviewed by Alexander Davidis for These two unusual video interviews articulate the passion of the car hobby and the importance of the automobile as an artistic and cultural object. Cars can be an expression of art and should be carefully preserved […]

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Historic Festival 35 @ Lime Rock (Water) Park

Video by  Lime Rock Historic Festival is always a tremendous automotive and racing extravaganza that showcases close to 2,000 historic, vintage, racing and collector cars over its four days, from race car parades through town and three dozen vintage races to a prestigious Concours on Sam Posey Straight and a huge collector car show. […]

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There’s Something About Serena

Christopher “Topher” Grubb is a friend of mine who lives in Palm Beach. His late father was one of the most talented show jumping riders of all time. His mother is also one of the most successful and respected equestrians of the modern era. I’ve known Topher’s family since before he was born. During the […]

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Exclusive Interview with Max Girardo: Less is More

Above photo courtesy of RM Sotheby’s. “Dealing with less cars means you can deal with more important cars and do a better job of them.” -Max Girardo Turtle Garage recently sat down with Max Girardo for an exclusive interview. Max is a passionate car expert who has achieved iconic status in the collector car universe. Much […]

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Mercedes Enthusiasm!

I am an avid reader of UK-based Mercedes Enthusiast magazine. I don’t subscribe but rather choose to buy it at the newsstand at Grand Central. I pay the cover price because the magazine helps makes the torturous Metro North commute more tolerable. At $12 per copy, I actually look forward to purchasing a new issue […]

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