Top Eight Porsche sales at Scottsdale and what they mean - Hagerty Media22 February 2022 at 7:00pm ET
Once again, Scottsdale has kicked off the collector car season, and as always the auctions hold plenty of surprises at both the top of the market and the bottom.
We invite you to join Porsche Classic’s Ray Shaffer who will moderate a panel discussion about how Porsches fared in the Barrett-Jackson, Bonhams, Gooding, Russo and Steele, RM Sotheby’s, and Worldwide Auctioneers, Scottsdale auctions.
The panelists include Porsche Panorama editor Rob Sass, Porsche collector, historian and dealer, Nathan Merz, and the Hagerty valuation expert, Brian Rabold.
The discussion will be fast-moving, authoritative and, fun.
Be sure to mark your calendar for 7:00 pm EST on February 22 so you can be sure to hear what these authorities on Porsche valuation have to say.
A 20-year veteran of working with and for Porsche, Ray Shaffer is the manager for Porsche Classic Business Development and curates the company’s Porsche Classic Heritage Gallery at the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta. In 2015, he left Brumos Porsche after 16 years, finishing as General Manager, and joined Porsche as the Classic and Delivery Center Manager. At the Classic Delivery Center, Shaffer also established the Porsche Classic Factory Restoration program. A frequent panelist, podcast guest and speaker on Porsche and auto racing, with which he’s been involved for many years, Ray has raced in a variety of cars and classes.
Nathan Merz is a native of Kirkland, Washington, and a member of the Pacific Northwest and Inland Northwest PCA regions. An avid Porsche enthusiast, his favorite is his 1971 911 E coupe. To combine his passion and his livelihood, the sales and marketing professional switched careers 11 years ago and founded Columbia Valley Luxury Cars, which focuses primarily on Porsches. Nathan is a frequent contributor to Panorama and is a well-known speaker at Porsche events.
For more than 20 years, valuation expert Brian Rabold has studied and reported on the classic and collector car market, first for Sports Car Market and then for Hagerty. He has also played an integral role in developing online shopping tools for some of the world’s largest automotive brands, and in the creation of Hagerty’s Valuation Tool. The vice president of Hagerty’s Automotive Intelligence department, he was also the long-serving editor of the Hagerty Price Guide.
Rob Sass has covered the classic car market for The New York Times, Sports Car Market, Classic and Sports Car magazine, and Autoweek. While Hagerty’s Vice President of Content, he served as the publisher of Hagerty magazine, and is the former Editor-in-Chief of Chevrolet’s New Roads magazine. He continues to contribute to the Hagerty Price Guide and is the Editor-in-Chief of Panorama. Rob has owned approximately 50 collector cars, including a selection of air and water-cooled Porsches, as well as everything from a Buick Riviera to a Daimler SP 250.