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Monterey Auto Week records: 16 cars, Ferrari to Jaguar, auctioned for at least $1 million, $67M in total sales

Monterey Auto Week records: 16 cars, Ferrari to Jaguar, auctioned for at least $1 million, $67M in total sales 27RM Auctions, among the several anticipated classic auctions held during the yearly Monterey Auto Week, achieved two coveted goals. The Canadian company posted the highest auction total with $67 million sales. It also claimed an unprecedented fourth ‘Best of Show’ in 10 years at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

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Concours on the Avenue in Carmel canceled for 2010


Concours on the Avenue in Carmel canceled for 2010 28Concours on the Avenue, the free, hip and arguably most enjoyable component of Monterey Auto Week, has been canceled this year due to what owners call an “insurmountable financial gap.”

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