29 July 2015

Concours of America: Photos and auction results

The 37th Concours d’Elegance of America, held July 26 in Plymouth, Mich., had something for everyone who loves cars and history. More than 110 years of automobiles were represented at The Inn at St. Johns, including American and European staples like Ford, GM, Chrysler, Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, Bentley and Mercedes, as well old favorites like Duesenberg, Cord, Auburn, Packard and Tucker. Luxury cars, muscle cars, exotic cars, race cars, Japanese sports cars – even hearses and motorcycles – found their way onto the lawn. We hope you enjoy some of our favorite photos from the weekend.

In addition, RM Sotheby’s concluded its 21st annual Motor City auction in Plymouth, Mich., on July 25 with a sales total of $7,402,450 and an average sale price of $119,394. Of the 78 cars offered, 62 sold, for a sell-through rate of 79%. These numbers are roughly the same as last year, when RM achieved $7,421,150 in total sales, an average sale price of $123,686 and a sell-through rate of 77% (60 sold out of 78 offered). Click here for top sales.

3 Reader Comments

  • 1
    Mike Giordano Comerce MI July 29, 2015 at 15:09
    My first Concours, almost too much to take in in one day, more like a trip to a museum than a car show. Amazing cars.
  • 2
    Peter R. B.C., Canada July 29, 2015 at 15:39
    I believe that Steyr in that cover photo for this article was on display last year, up here in Surrey, B.C., Canada for the 2014 Crescent Beach Concours D'Elegance. If it is the same car (quite possibly, not many of those around), I can say it was absolutely stunning...
  • 3
    Gary L. Rock Clarkston, MI July 29, 2015 at 22:44
    Dear Hagerty Friends, I would like to express to the entire world of Automobile collectors the great satisfaction I had with the Staff of Hagerty at this past Sundays Concours d"Elegance of America. They supplied coffee, doughnuts and much needed water to participants throughout the day and went above and beyond by delivering these refreshments to the displayed vehicles. Your Staff were everywhere. This small thing means a lot and I will continue to have Hagerty insure my collector vehicles. Thank You All, well done!

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