With Dollar Volume up almost 60% in April 2022 compared to April 2021, from only 6% more sold listings, the auction market continued to show the high average prices that we’ve been seeing since last year. As we enter into Spring, the market is in full swing. Check out the full stats below.
Flips & Flops
This 2003 Lamborghini Murcielago 40th Anniversary Edition 6-Speed sold for a $250k gain since its previous sale, after only 16 months and 200 miles.
This 2005 Porsche Carrera GT was the top sale this month, selling for $1.68M at Bring a Trailer. Followed closely by this 2020 Ford GT Carbon Series, selling for $1.54M at Barrett-Jackson.
Online vs Live Auction Results in April 2018-2022
We continue to keep our eye on the effect that Online Auctions are having on the classic and exotic auction market since 2020. These charts further explore results for April over the past 5 years, broken down between Online and Live auction results.
Auctions included in the above charts for April 2022:
Header photo credit: 2020 Ford GT Carbon Series at Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach 2022
One thought on “Classic Car Auction Results, April 2022”
I’m a bit confused… In your “Top 10” breakdowns I don’t see Dodge or Chrysler anywhere. Am I to believe that the Dodge classic cars are selling so slowly or cheaply that they don’t even register? I find that hard to believe. Or do you guys just not like Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth?
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