2018 Pebble Beach Concours d 'Elegance started this week in California with antique car enthusiasts and collectors all over the world to bid and see some of the most expensive vehicles on earth.
Since its inception in 1950, Pebble Beach Concours has been the leading ranked car collector competition in the world. It has evolved over time, from the first focus on collective cars in the 1950s to emphasize sports racing and finishing techniques in the 1990s.
The bids present on some of the finest and rare cars around, made by Business Insider's Matthew DeBord as "rolling sculptures" to the tune of millions of dollars.
Apart from car dealers and dealers, the event is primarily of interest to the investor class, who chooses to park their money in vintage cars (along with art, expensive wines, antiques and historical objects).
Gooding & Company, the official auction house in Pebble Beach Concours d 'Elegance, presents a particularly impressive car fleet this year. Friday 24th. August at 1
The public preview of the vehicles started Wednesday and lasts until Saturday, with general admission costs $ 40 and auction directories go for $ 100. Bidder registration is $ 200.
Here is a preview of the cars sold for auction at the weekend of Gooding & Company.