Anyone going? At work, I am preparing a 1913, 1-38 Packard, a 36, Packard Super 8 Convertible Phaeton and a 35, Le Baron-bodied, Model K Lincoln roadster for the R&M auction.
I wonder how the market is going to be effected by the pending sales of two collections recently seized by the US gov. One in Indiana and one in Salt Lake City, together with the likely pending liquidation of the O'Quinn collection out of Houston and the Bankrupt Dean Kruise collection out of Auburn. Seems like this will depress the market. On the other hand, the economic conditions support an argument that we might see a flight towards hard assets. Note the recent Southeby's art auction results.