• Partnering up with Oracle Red Bull Racing for the Suzuka Grand Prix

    Partnering up with Oracle Red Bull Racing for the Suzuka Grand Prix

    Press Release

    Find the BINGO logo on the cars of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez at the Suzuka Grand Prix
  • Matsuda Collection F50 x2

    Matsuda Collection F50 x2

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    The Ferrari F50 was a car that was slightly overshadowed by its predecessor, the F40. Built to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th and 50th anniversaries respectively, the F40 was an extreme car with a twin-turbo V8 while the F50 was a sophisticated machine with an F1-derived NA V12. The iconic F40 was and still is loved by […]
  • Lamborghini Miura SVR Jota

    Lamborghini Miura SVR Jota

    Blogpost

    The Miura SVR is the rarest Miura and the closest one to the legendary Jota. The Jota was developed by Lamborghini’s test driver at the time, Bob Wallace, but due to a crash the car was lost and never rebuilt. Many Miura owners wanted their cars to get the Jota treatment for improved performance and […]
  • Ferrari 599 GTO

    Ferrari 599 GTO

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    The Ferrari GTO badge, standing for Gran Turismo Omologata, has only been used 3 times in Ferrari history, on the 250 GTO, 288 GTO and this 599 GTO. It was originally used on cars that were homologated for racing, the 250 GTO is one of the most valuable and collectable cars in the world was […]
  • Our Top 3 Highest Auction Sales

    Our Top 3 Highest Auction Sales

    Blogpost

    BH Auction started its activities in 2017 and has been organizing and running auctions in collaboration with world-renowned circuits and events such as Suzuka Circuit and Tokyo Auto Salon, as well as other unique and attractive original auctions.   We have been working diligently to establish an auction culture in Japan that is comparable to […]
  • What is a “Kyusha” ?

    What is a “Kyusha” ?

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    Kyusha (旧車)   In Europe and the United States, where automobile culture has a long history, distinctions between “old cars” have been established in each country. For example, in the United States, cars manufactured up to 1930 are called antique cars, those manufactured up to 1960 are called classic cars, and those manufactured after that […]

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