RM Sotheby's

RM Auctions ist das international führende Auktionshaus für Sammlerautos. RM bietet neben Auktionen auch andere Dienstleistungen mit Bezug zu Sammlerautos wie Restaurationen, Wertschätzungen, Sammlerberatung, Privatverkäufe und die Versteigerung von Nachlässen an. Auf den von RM abgehaltenen Auktionen können Kunden ihre Sammlungen um die schönsten Autos aus aller Welt ergänzen. RM ist seit 1976 im Geschäft und wird durch seine Leidenschaft für Autos und den Willen, Ergebnisse zu liefern, angetrieben. 

RM Auctions führt Auktionen an vielen verschiedenen Orten weltweit durch. Jede Veranstaltung hat ein spezielles Thema, das vom Ort der Auktion inspiriert ist. RM legt großen Wert darauf, jedes Fahrzeug auf der Auktion anzubieten, zu der dieses bestimmte Objekt am besten passt.

Zum Kundenstamm von RM Auctions zählen Käufer und Verkäufer aus mehr als 60 verschiedenen Ländern in aller Welt.

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Weltrekord! Dieses Auto ist jetzt das teuerste der Auktionsgeschichte
Der Auktionsmarkt vermeldet in rasantem Tempo neue Rekordpreise. Da darf die rasanteste Kategorie von allen natürlich nicht fehlen! RM Sotheby's versteigerte nun den neuen Rekordhalter unter den Classic Cars.
Die 10 teuersten Classic Cars der Auktionsgeschichte
Jedes Jahr nimmt die Zahl an Classic Cars auf dem Auktionsmarkt zu und macht diesen zum perfekten Ort für Kunden auf der ganzen Welt, die auf der Suche nach einem ganz besonderen Fahrzeug sind. Welche Classic Cars die bisher teuersten waren, haben wir für Sie einmal zusammengestellt.
Rod Stewarts Lamborghini im September bei RM Sotheby's
"If you want my 'Lambo' and you think it's sexy, come on, sugar, place a bid!" - So oder so ähnlich würde Rod Stewart möglicherweise für die Versteigerung eines Lamborghini werben, der sich einst in seinem Besitz befunden hat. Das flotte Classic Car ist zudem nicht das einzige der Auktion von RM Sotheby's, das die Garage einer Berühmtheit sein Zuhause nennen durfte.
Vier Reifen für ein Halleluja - Lamborghini des Papstes in Monaco versteigert
Das wohl rasanteste Papamobil aller Zeiten wurde am 12. Mai von RM Sotheby's in Monaco versteigert. Die erzielte Summe im sechsstelligen Bereich, die der unikate Lamborghini Huracán erzielte, kommt vollständig wohltätigen Zwecken zugute.

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Two Ma's Soda Signs
MA’S COLA\nTin; 28"x12".\nImage area contains minor scuffs and scratches throughout but nothing major. Edges also contain minor chipping; mounting holes in good condition. RM Grade: 7\n\nDRINK MA’S ROOT BEER\nEmbossed Tin; 28"x20".\nWonderful graphics and imagery. Embossed features add dimension and character. Original unrestored piece in relatively good shape. Image area has a patina of light scratches. Edges chipped, scratched, and slightly bent. RM Grade: 7\n\nShipping Class:\n5F RM Sotheby's
1973 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
New paint, interior, top, wheels and tires. Just restored 2005.\n\nChassis no. 1532542804 RM Sotheby's
1953 Oldsmobile Fiesta Convertible
165 bhp, 303 cu. in. overhead valve V-8 engine, four-speed Hydra-Matic transmission, coil spring independent front suspension, live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 124"\n\n- Offered from the Estate of Don Kizziar\n- Prestige model introduced at 1953 Motorama\n- One of less than 500 built\n\nGeneral Motors’ 1953 Motorama exhibit was headlined by four dramatic show cars: the Chevrolet Corvette and three futuristic convertibles from Cadillac, Buick and Oldsmobile. The Corvette, of course, was ready for primetime and was ushered into production within months as America’s first fiberglass-bodied sports car. Fifty-eight years and six generations later, it’s still in the catalog. Cadillac’s Eldorado begat a long line of special Cadillac series by that name, while Buick’s Skylark, the only one of the three without a wrap-around windshield, had a short run before the name was co-opted for a succession of entry-level models. Oldsmobile’s Motorama car was called “Fiesta,” and a festival it became.\n\nBased on the 98 series convertible, the Fiesta boasted the wrap-around windshield, which was being consumer-tested for 1954. Unlike the Eldorado and Skylark, the Fiesta had regular body contours, but it was loaded with virtually every factory option, save for air conditioning, which at the time was considered superfluous on a convertible.\n\nThe Fiesta had a number of trim features not seen on other cars. Instead of using conventional vent windows on the doors, Olds gave the car frameless wind wings. The trunk had special trim, and all Fiestas had Hydra-Matic transmission, power steering, brakes, Super Deluxe radio, heater and defroster, Autronic Eye headlight dimmer, backup lights and whitewall tires. There were initially just four color combinations: solid black, solid white, Noel Green with Nile Green, and Surf Blue with Teal Blue. Interiors were either light green, light blue or black buffed leather, trimmed with ivory leather. Although the engine was Olds’ regular 303-cubic inch Rocket V-8, the Fiesta had 8.3:1 compression and a single Rochester 4GC carburetor, developing 170 bhp.\n\nAdditional color combinations were added to the catalog later in the year. At year’s end, 458 Fiestas had been built. Unlike the Eldorado or Skylark, both of which continued into 1954, that was it. There was no corresponding Oldsmobile model for 1954, but the name returned in 1957 on a station wagon.\n\nThis 1953 Oldsmobile Fiesta was the recipient of a body-off restoration in 1990. The engine, transmission and all mechanical systems were rebuilt. It was judged at 985 points for First Place by the Oldsmobile Club of America at an Ohio national meet later that year. It was also selected to drive in the “Ring Around the Capital” event at the Olds Centennial Celebration in Lansing, Michigan in 1997. It achieved 999 points out of 1,000 in judging that was very in-depth, going so far as under-dashboard inspection.\n\nTime has been kind to this Oldsmobile. The paint remains very good with minor cosmetic issues, and the brightwork, both chrome and stainless, are in very good condition as well. The interior shows only minor wear and discoloration, and the top similarly has only slight discoloration from age. The car’s odometer reads 89 miles, likely the distance traveled since restoration. No doubt the hardest to find of the Motorama triumvirate, the Oldsmobile Fiesta remains the most desirable in the eyes of many collectors today.\n\nChassis no. 539M41972 RM Sotheby's
Ritters Gasoline
Porcelain; 100"x60"x8".\nBeautiful and desirable neon featuring Ritters Gasoline logo in classic red and green. A handful of chips on surface and bolt areas; surface shows minor scuffing. RM Grade: 7\n\nCrating Class:\n9N RM Sotheby's
Vintage Microphones
Offered here is a Turner 99, an Electro-Voice 664, and an Astatic D-104, all in highly presentable restored condition. RM Sotheby's

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