Classic Ferrari worth millions stolen on test drive
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Monterey Car Week 2019 is over, with sales totaling $246 million — down from 2018’s $375 million total. These auction houses have released preliminary totals.
Has your vehicle been damaged in an accident? Total Loss, or repaired now with Diminished Value?
Whether you are buying a collector car from a dealer or private seller, and have the possibility of bringing in an appraiser to look at the car, it really behooves you to do so.
A 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta will cross the block at no reserve during RM Sotheby’s August 15-17 Monterey Auction.
An opportunistic car "collector" used a test drive to make off with a Ferrari worth $2.2million.
Find out what your car was worth prior to the accident. If you have been in an accident and it has been determined that your car is a total loss, your insurance company will need to pay to replace your car.