June 15, 2024

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Broad Arrow Group Launches Collectors Garage

Collectors Garage is a newly introduced Broad Arrow Company dedicated to private sales, offering post-war sports, grand touring (GT), and rally cars available for immediate purchase and showcased on the company’s website at www.collectorsgarage.com

The new company is led by a car specialist team with more than six decades of combined experience. This team has extensive automotive expertise, industry knowledge and established global client relationships. The Collectors Garage leadership team includes senior car specialists Barney Ruprecht, Alexander Weaver, and Donnie Gould. Together, the three will be responsible for overseeing the private sales business, growth and strategy.

This ’73 Carrera RS Lightweight is currently for sale at Collectors Garage, listed at $1,750,000

“The launch of Collectors Garage marks an important first step for Broad Arrow Group following the announcement of our formation last week,” said Kenneth Ahn, Chief Executive Officer of Broad Arrow Group, Inc., the parent company of Collectors Garage. “The estimated $25 billion collector car market is primarily driven by private sales transactions today, both in terms of value and volume. In a highly fragmented and competitive private sales market, we aim to be one of the most trusted advisors for car collectors and enthusiasts to buy and sell cars privately. Our team is dedicated to providing a highly curated portfolio of collector cars for immediate purchase, and we look forward to providing the best possible advice and service to our clients.”

The ’94 Integrale Evo II is the last of the Intagrales — and the most desirable. This one is listed at $195,000

Cars currently listed for sale include a 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400, a 1973 Porsche Carrera 2.7 RS Lightweight, a 1983 Lancia 037 Rally Evo 2 Group B, a 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione 16 Valve Martini 5, a 1994 Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione II 16V “Blu Lord,” and a 1990 BMW M3 Sport Evolution.

Learn more about the new company here,