What’s a pig in a poke, you ask? Hagerty Price Guide editor Dave Kinney has an explanation (sort of), and it has to do with a fascinating artifact from the Peterson Museum collection. This Packard project car was built by Bill Miller, a Los Angeles nightclub tycoon in the 1950s with a passion for coach-built sports cars he would have custom-made to drive up and down the 405 freeway.
Dave and Larry Webster, of Hagerty Media, also discuss an FZJ80 Land Cruiser that sold for $127K, and a number of recent great deals, from a 1978 Citroen Pallas and a 1990 Toyota Sera to a 2009 Mercedes McLaren SLR 722. Watch below for more of this week’s market insights, or listen on Spotify or iTunes.