April 21, 2024

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Linkage #016 — Garage

The 16th issue of Linkage — Garage — is now at the press and will be on its way to subscribers soon. Here’s some of what you can expect to find inside:

Donald Osborne reflects on the benefits of a good, local garage space — especially when it’s connected to your living space.

Simon Kidston takes us inside the many stories of the new most expensive Ferrari ever sold at auction — and tells us why it may have been a bargain at over $51m.

Jay Leno explains how he ended up with 140,000 square feet of garage space — and why it’s just right.

Zak Brown looks back at 2023, and ahead to McLaren’s 2024 Formula One season.

Rich Taylor brings us along as White Lightning blasts from coast to coast at 90 mph.

Greta Gooding takes us into the alchemy that made Peter Mullin’s garage an inspiration.

Noted architect Steven Harris shares his thoughts on what makes a perfect garage space, alongside Barrett-Jackson’s Craig Jackson, concours judge and museum curator Ken Gross and award-winning auto author Elana Scherr — and Linkage shares some of our favorite garage items for 2024.

Automobila Monterey’s Tony Singer explains how to get started in collecting vintage auto posters — the perfect addition to any garage space.

David Moyer highlights three different garage spaces — and the thought processes that led to their creation.

In our market section, Jim Pickering looks at how location and presentation play into value at auction, while Chad Taylor presents special lots from Bonhams’ On The Grid auction in Abu Dhabi and B. Mitchell Carlson covers Vicari’s longstanding Cruisin’ the Coast auction in Biloxi. Finally, Bob Sorokanich looks at an early AMG-tuned Mercedes-Benz that brought a healthy garage-tuned price at RM Sotheby’s in Munich. 

Linkage #016 has all this and a lot more, and subscribers will see it in their mailboxes soon. Not yet a subscriber? Learn more here.

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