There’s No Recession, Ferrari Sold for 3 Million

Auctioneers in various collectibles markets — art, wine, vintage cars — insist there’s no recession.

The yellow Ferrari was the star, It sold last week for 3 Million at the Barrett-Jackson auto auction, held in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Barrett-Jackson is the largest auto auction of its kind, and serves as the annual mood meter for rich car collectors.
This year, the company says, about 280,000 people attended the auction, and more than 1,100 cars were sold.


How about the painting of an ugly car?
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