The 2018 River Cities Auto Auction is in the midst of a massive resurgence, and we’re here to tell you what you need to know about it, the most important news and most intriguing stories.
What we’ve learned: The 2018 RoCAuto Auction is expected to sell for a record $2.3 billion.
It’s the biggest sale of its kind in Irish history.
It was the biggest of its type in the country.
It has the biggest auctioneer in the world, according to the auctioneers.
It is expected in the coming weeks to be the largest in the U.S. and Canada.
The car show has seen a boost in attendance as well, with an average attendance of about 3,000 people per day.
A lot of it has to do with the huge demand for cars and the fact that many buyers are veterans of the show.
This year, the show was in Baltimore and Chicago.
In a couple of years, we hope to have it back in Cincinnati and Detroit.
And the bidding has been huge, with many people bidding on cars that they’ve never even seen before.
There’s no doubt that the buyers here are just as passionate about their cars as those in the States.
And we know that for some, they’re coming for the same reasons.
The cars, the auctioneer told The Irish Sun.
“You can’t really put a price on nostalgia.”
What’s in the auction: The biggest seller at the auction is the Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class GLC 350E.
It sold for $2,619,800 at auction in May.
That’s an average of $3,927,600.
The Mercedes-AMG GLC GLC 250E is worth $2 — about $3 million.
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is worth an average $2 million, with another $1 million in recent days.
That car is the best seller, with a record bid of $2 billion.
The second-best seller, which is not in the top 10, is the Toyota Camry, which sold for about $2-million.
The third-best car is a Porsche 918 Spyder, which fetched $1.4 million at auction last year.
This is the third year that the GLC and GLC E have been the top sellers at the RoC Auto Auction.
The best seller is the Porsche 919 Spyder.
The GLC, which has never been sold at a RoC auction, is a six-door hatchback, but is said to be very well cared for.
There are two models, the S-Class and the S and S Plus.
The S is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a 575-hp and 525-lb-ft of torque, while the S Plus is a 3.0 litre twin-turbocharged six-cyliner engine with 740-hp, 845-lb aft of thrust and 449-lb ft of torque.
The model number is 2LT.
The average price for the GCL is $5,100.
A few years ago, the GLL was sold for more than $2m.
A Mercedes-Borussia-Benz C-Class was also sold for a huge sum at auction, bringing the total at the event to $4.7 billion.
There was a lot of hype surrounding the Mercedes S-class.
It had a top speed of 208 mph and a claimed top speed for a coupe of 217 mph.
It also had a fuel economy rating of 19 mpg.
The C-class was sold with a 3,900-horsepower turbocharged four-door coupe, but that car is now sold for less than $1m.
The Bentley Continental GT will be the top seller.
The top seller is a Mercedes-Daimler C-Granagamo, which was sold in May for $1,995,900.
The GT was a big seller at this year’s RoC.
It went for more that $3.2 million.
It will be a big hit at this years show.
The price for a S-series coupe is $6,750.
The lowest price was for the S550 GT.
The most expensive car at the show is a Bentley Continental GTR, which will go for $3-million at auction.
It only has a fuel capacity of 208 cubic inches.
The cheapest car at auction is a Dodge Dart, which runs $2-$3 million, according the auction’s website.
There were many cars from a wide range of brands that sold for record prices at the annual show, including Porsche, Mercedes, Aston Martin, Bentley, Porsche, Lexus, Cadillac, Lamborghini, Ferrari, BMW, Ferrari Super Trofeo, Nissan, Audi, Porsche Panamera, Toyota, Subaru, Volvo, Subaru WRX, VW, Volkswagen Polo,