VCCM at Dartmouth 9 october 2017 at the tuck school of business

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"How do you get the expertise? Who are your advisors? Are they on your side of the table or on the other side of the table?"

October 9-10 at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

Speakers Include:

  • Don WIlliams, Blackhawk Collection
  • Professor Punam Keller: Charles Henry Jones Third Century Professor of Management on the topic of the "Decision Traps"
  • Harley Cluxton IV: CEO and founder of Hammer Price
  • David Brynan, Gooding and Co.
  • Charlie Nearburg: Landspeed record holder and racer
  • David de Muzio, Executive DIrector, Audrain Automobile Museum
  • Tony Schulp: Jaguar Classic and formerly Prodrive
  • Dietrich Hatlapa: Historic Automobile Group International
  • Matthew Lotterhand: Historic Automobile Group International

Topics Include:

  • Supercars and strategies of manufacturers to create instant collectibles
  • How "decision traps" can influence the way that we buy classics
  • Transition and generational change
  • Dealing the best cars in the world
  • Does condition grading work? Or even matter?

Previous Speakers Include:

  • Michael Bock: Former Head of Mercedes-Benz Classic
  • McKeel Hagerty: President and CEO of Hagerty Insurance
  • Enrico Maffeo: Head of Classic Department Lamborghini
  • Matthew Slaughter: The Paul Danos Dean of the Tuck School
  • Sal Galatioto: Galatioto Sports Partners
  • Brad Katcher: Emigrant Bank Classic Car Finance
  • Harley Cluxton III: GTC Mirage

Previous Topics Include

  • Manufacturer Classic Department Activities
  • The Psychology of Collecting
  • Racing History and Value: "If we knew we were making history, we would have been more careful."
  • Supercars, instantly collectible?
  • Classic Car Market Overview
  • Classic Car Financing
  • Market History and Museum Building
How do the ideas of set completion and endowment biases impact collectors?
Driving tour on Sunday October, 8th
What is the difference between a portfolio and a collection?

Please join us at

VCCM4 - October 9-10th 2017 at the Tuck School of Business

To register please email conference@historicautogroup.com or call 603-682-9673

photo credits Laura DeCapua and Matthew Lotterhand


Laura DeCapua

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