There’s plenty of action going on at Monterey Car Week with multiple big auctions and some extremely rare cars crossing the block. To help you catch all the latest news as it happens, we’re embedding live streams from the biggest auction houses.
Numerous interesting, rare, and historically-significant cars will be auctioned off this weekend. Some of the lots have been owned by celebrities, used in movies, or have other fascinating backstories. The bidding surely will be fierce, which means some will go for large fortunes as bidders compete to grab the most sought-after examples. Everyone is excited to see the results.
One of the greatest things about Monterey Car Week is the eclectic nature. It actually involves numerous events in and around Monterey, California. They run the range from classic car races to shows, rallies, auctions, and more. You’ll find American domestics, European, and Asia cars mixed in at different events.
Automakers have been using the week to show off some of their latest concept cars. It’s a way to get their concept vehicles in front of large and discerning crowds, boosting brand image and hopefully getting valuable market feedback. Many of these concepts have a vintage flair to them, although some are decidedly modern or even futuristic. Pretty much no matter what your tastes are, there’s something that will appeal to your in Monterey.
Numerous auctions take place during the week. They involve vehicles that are of all stripes, including one-offs from automakers, customized examples from some of the top names in the industry, and rare classics restored to concours level exactness.
The pinnacle of the week, the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance, takes place on the peninsula. Lush lawns, velvet roping around cars, and people dressed in the finest attire surround some of the most impressive vehicles on display for the week.
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