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The Greenwich Concours: A Triumph of the Next Generation

I’ve attended the Greenwich Concours for over fifteen years and by all accounts this year represented the high water mark. For 2018, the show had all the attributes of a successful Concours d’Elegance: interesting people, breathtaking cars, decent weather and a beautiful venue on Long Island Sound. Festivities began on Friday morning with a vintage […]

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The Turtle Invitational: Classic Cars, Camaraderie, and Fun

Last weekend the inaugural Turtle Invitational Concours d’ Elegance was held at the Turtle Garage in Bedford New York. The festivities were a smash success and we look forward to hosting the event again in 2019. We had an incredible roster of cars, but moreover, a great group of passionate car enthusiasts. The weekend began […]

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The Dog That Didn’t Bark

“The dog that didn’t bark” is an expression from a famous Sherlock Holmes mystery called Silver Blaze. The non-barking dog was a crucial clue that led to solving the case. It seems that the murderer-thief entered and exited the estate grounds without the guard dog barking. From this overlooked non-event, Holmes surmised that the dog […]

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Sports Car Market: Double Feature

Turtle Garage has two stories featured in the June issue of Sports Car Market. The first is a summary analysis of the recent six-figure sale of a low-mileage 1995 BMW M3 Lightweight. The other is a summary of the four-day Revs Institute symposium at the Collier Collection. This is the first time we have had […]

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The Revenge of the 80’s!

“If you’re a 40-year-old guy who’s getting into cars, you’re probably more interested in the 1988 BMW M3 than a 1933 Packard.”   -David Swig, RM Sotheby’s Ten years ago the market didn’t pay much attention to cars from the 1980’s. Suddenly, last summer at Monterey a low-mile 1987 BMW M6 sold for six-figures. Last week I […]

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