Classic Car Market Update: September 2020

After a disappointing August, September 2020 makes it seem like we’re back on track. The market was up 9% to $73.0m in USD denominated sales, compared to $67.1m in September 2019. Nice to see growth even when massive events such as Mecum Dallas were delayed until October. 
Classic Car market stats comparing September 2020 to September 2019

Sales were down 26% for the quarter (Q320), largely due to the lack of blockbuster sales at the physical auctions that usually take place in August during Monterrey Car Week. 

Note: Stats quoted in this post are as of September 30, 2020 @ 7pm eastern.


Top Sales

At $1.152m, this 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing took the top of the sales chart – the 2nd Gullwing to sell for over $1m at Bring a Trailer

View top 10 sales

Flips & Flops

Kudos to whoever sold this 1998 Ferrari F355 GTS… it may have taken 4 years, 3 months, and 5 days, but YOU now hold the sales record in the F355 GTS market by a wide margin! 

View top 10 flips & flops

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Market of the Month: Porsche 996

Many traditionalists call it “the end of the true 911” – but for those who are willing to look, there’s value to be found in the Porsche 996 market. We break it down for you in our Market Guide for the Porsche 996.

A sketch of a 1998 Porsche 996 and 2001 Porsche 996

New Markets

Want to track sales of your favorite make/model? Follow the market with a click of a button. Here are some of our favorite markets launched this month:

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* These stats include sales reported in US Dollars only. Sales reported in other currencies are not taken into account… yet.


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