Here’s a glimpse back at the highest home sale plus one rare car. Each sold for more than $13 million here at the Florida-Georgia border.
The economic impact reported here in Nassau County, Florida is according to a study conducted by Research Data Services, Inc.
With Hagerty’s inaugural show as new owner behind them, “The Amelia” was attended by over 22,000 car enthusiasts with $200K pledged to local charities.
A whirlwind of automotive events engulf Amelia Island in early March. It’s a time of car binging bliss for enthusiasts.
Back in 1996, Bill Warner founded the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Twenty-six years later “The Amelia” has become one of the world’s top-tier motoring events.
A new investment vehicle is on the horizon for car enthusiasts. One that doesn’t require buying a collector car or needing garage space.
Renowned for displaying some of the rarest automobiles from around the globe, Amelia’s show was acquired by Hagerty in early summer 2021.
The not-so-serious, lowbrow Concours d’Lemons pokes fun at automotive mistakes of the past.