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Pebble Beach Preview – records set to fall as the rare car market heats up

Pebble Beach Preview – records set to fall as the rare car market heats up
Four of the hyper-rare cars likely to force their way into the top 10 most expensive cars ever sold at auction in the next few days. In combination, these cars will ensure the Pebble Beach auctions will be watched globally by enthusiasts, with all the emotional involvement of a sporting event. Detailed descriptions below.
Four of the hyper-rare cars likely to force their way into the top 10 most expensive cars ever sold at auction in the next few days. In combination, these cars will ensure the Pebble Beach auctions will be watched globally by enthusiasts, with all the emotional involvement of a sporting event. Detailed descriptions below.
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
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This 1965 Ford GT40 Roadster is the first of six GT40 prototype roadsters built, the eighth of only twelve GT40 prototypes and the only roadster to remain in as-built condition. It was driven by Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby, Jim Clark, and other legends. Estimated to sell for US$8,000,000 - $10,000,000. Photo: Pawel Litwinski Official auction description and images
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
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From the auctioneer's description, "the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles." Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,600,000 Photo: Patrick Ernzen
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
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1967 Toyota 2000GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: $700,000 - $900,000. A car destined for the collector market from the moment it was shown at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, demonstrating that the staid and conservative Japanese Auto industry could produce beautiful, limited edition drivers cars too. Only 351 2000GTs were released to the public - 233 MF10s, 109 MF10Ls, and nine MF12Ls - all apparently sold at zero profit, such was the cost of manufacture. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Official Auction Description and Images
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporates lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, estimated to sell for US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
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1931 Bentley 8-Litre Sports Coupe Cabriolet by Barker. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,750,000 - US$4,750,000. This car is powerful, beautiful, and absolutely unique - it is the only original two-passenger roadster built on an 8-Litre chassis. A one-off, bespoke “boattail” design by Barker, with authenticity verified by vintage Bentley authority Clare Hay. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
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1980 BMW M1 AHG Studie. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. The M1 was the most exotic BMW street car ever built. It was a limited-production, virtually hand-built car that was essentially a homologation special, and it featured a tube frame and utilized state-of-the-art technology underneath the radical Giugiaro-designed body. Just 456 examples were built. This car is one of only 10 examples created by AHG, has been uprated to 350 horsepower, and comes with M1 Procar-style bodywork and BMW Motorsport tri-color livery. It's original and unrestored, with less than 7,000 km on the odomoter. Official Auction Description and Images
2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
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2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
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2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
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2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
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2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
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2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
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2000 Ferrari F1-2000 Formula One Car. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,500,000. This is the car in which Michael Schumacher (with 91 wins, the world's winningest F1 driver in history) won the 2000 Brazilian F1 Grand Prix on the way to winning the first of his five consecutive drivers championships with Ferrari, as well as winning Ferrari's first drivers title for 21 years. This is a car used by one of the world's greatest ever drivers to create a new dynasty of success for Ferrari, the maker of the world's most collectable cars and the world's winningest F1 constructor. Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
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1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S by Bertone. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Prior to the arrival of the Miura in 1967, many sports cars certainly offered high levels of performance and handling. The Miura, however, was the first to be built around the criteria that defined our modern concept of the supercar: tremendous speed and jaw-dropping design coupled with technical innovation, resulting in a wallet-wilting price tag to which only the wealthiest could aspire.A desirable early P400 S in wonderful colors, restored by marque specialists.Official Auction Description and Images
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
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We've already written up the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale to be auctioned by RM Auctions. The hand-built 275 GTB/C incorporated lightweight aluminum bodywork and a Tipo 563 chassis. Official Auction Description and Images for the Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
The world’s fastest production convertible - 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse 'Le Ciel Californien'. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - $2,500,000. Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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The world’s fastest production convertible - 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse 'Le Ciel Californien'. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - $2,500,000. Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
The world’s fastest production convertible - 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse 'Le Ciel Californien'. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - $2,500,000. Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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The world’s fastest production convertible - 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse 'Le Ciel Californien'. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - $2,500,000. Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
Estimated to sell for between US$1,750,000 and US$2,500,000, this 1986 March 86C won the 1986 Indianapolis 500 and the 1986 CART IndyCar Championship in the hands of Bobby Rahal. Back then, Rahal was a young driver with a lot of promise, and the car had been designed by a young race engineer with a lot of promise – Adrian Newey. Newey has since gone on to become the most successful racing car designer in history - this was his first championship winning design. Official Auction Description and Images Photo: Jamey Price
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Estimated to sell for between US$1,750,000 and US$2,500,000, this 1986 March 86C won the 1986 Indianapolis 500 and the 1986 CART IndyCar Championship in the hands of Bobby Rahal. Back then, Rahal was a young driver with a lot of promise, and the car had been designed by a young race engineer with a lot of promise – Adrian Newey. Newey has since gone on to become the most successful racing car designer in history - this was his first championship winning design. Official Auction Description and Images Photo: Jamey Price
1986 March 86C Indianapolis Photo Credit: Jamey PriceEstimated to sell for between US$1,750,000 and US$2,500,000, this 1986 March 86C won the 1986 Indianapolis 500 and the 1986 CART IndyCar Championship in the hands of Bobby Rahal. Back then, Rahal was a young driver with a lot of promise, and the car had been designed by a young race engineer with a lot of promise – Adrian Newey. Newey has since gone on to become the most successful racing car designer in history - this was his first championship winning design. Official Auction Description and Images Photo: Jamey Price
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1986 March 86C Indianapolis Photo Credit: Jamey PriceEstimated to sell for between US$1,750,000 and US$2,500,000, this 1986 March 86C won the 1986 Indianapolis 500 and the 1986 CART IndyCar Championship in the hands of Bobby Rahal. Back then, Rahal was a young driver with a lot of promise, and the car had been designed by a young race engineer with a lot of promise – Adrian Newey. Newey has since gone on to become the most successful racing car designer in history - this was his first championship winning design. Official Auction Description and Images Photo: Jamey Price
1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$600,000 - US$800,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta by Scaglietti. Pic: Jeff Creech. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$700,000 - $900,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta by Scaglietti. Pic: Jeff Creech. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$700,000 - $900,000. Official Auction Description and Images
The very first Nissan GT-R. The birth of a legend. Too cheap. 1972 Nissan Skyline H/T 2000GT-R 'Hakosuka'. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$125,000 - US$175,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Masuda Kazuhisa
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The very first Nissan GT-R. The birth of a legend. Too cheap. 1972 Nissan Skyline H/T 2000GT-R 'Hakosuka'. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$125,000 - US$175,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Masuda Kazuhisa
1971 Lamborghini Miura SVAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,800,000 - US$2,400,000 Official Auction Description and Images
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1971 Lamborghini Miura SVAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,800,000 - US$2,400,000 Official Auction Description and Images
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
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This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 by Scaglietti was delivered new to the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen on the set of the movie Bullitt and owned by McQueen for more than four years. It was recently restored by Ferrari Classiche to McQueen’s original specification. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$8,000,000 - $12,000,000Official Auction Description and Images Image: Darin Schnabel
1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Volkswagen 21-Window Deluxe Micro Bus. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$90,000 - US$120,000 Image: Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Shelby 427 CobraAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Image: Patrick Ernzen. Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Shelby 427 CobraAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Image: Patrick Ernzen. Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Shelby 427 CobraAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Image: Patrick Ernzen. Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Shelby 427 CobraAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Image: Patrick Ernzen. Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Shelby 427 CobraAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Image: Patrick Ernzen. Official Auction Description and Images
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1966 Shelby 427 CobraAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Image: Patrick Ernzen. Official Auction Description and Images
1966 Shelby 427 Cobra. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Pic: Patrick Ernzen
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1966 Shelby 427 Cobra. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Pic: Patrick Ernzen
1966 Shelby 427 Cobra. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Pic: Patrick Ernzen
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1966 Shelby 427 Cobra. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - US$1,800,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Pic: Patrick Ernzen
1965 Lamborghini 350 GT by Touring. This is the ninth car built of the first Lamborghini model. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$750,000 - US$1,000,000 Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Lamborghini 350 GT by Touring. This is the ninth car built of the first Lamborghini model. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$750,000 - US$1,000,000 Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Pic: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
1965 Aston Martin DB5. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Aston Martin DB5. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1964 Ferrari 250 GT/L 'Lusso' Berlinetta by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,500,000. Photo: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1964 Ferrari 250 GT/L 'Lusso' Berlinetta by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,500,000. Photo: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Maserati 5000 GT by Frua. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - $2,900,000. Photo Credit: Tim ScottOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1963 Maserati 5000 GT by Frua. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - $2,900,000. Photo Credit: Tim ScottOfficial Auction Description and Images
1963 Lola Mk 6 GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,500,000 - $2,000,000 Photo Credit: Robin Adams Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Lola Mk 6 GT. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,500,000 - $2,000,000 Photo Credit: Robin Adams Official Auction Description and Images
1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Ferrari 400 SA LWB Coupe Aerodinamico. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,000,000 Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Official Auction Description and Images
1963 Aston Martin DB4 Convertible. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$800,000 - US$1,100,000 Photo Credit: Pawel Litwinski Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Aston Martin DB4 Convertible. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$800,000 - US$1,100,000 Photo Credit: Pawel Litwinski Official Auction Description and Images
1962 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder by Vignale. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$750,000 - US$1,000,000. Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1962 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder by Vignale. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$750,000 - US$1,000,000. Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1961 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,300,000 - US$1,600,000. Photo: Pawel LitwinskOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1961 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,300,000 - US$1,600,000. Photo: Pawel LitwinskOfficial Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT N.A.R.T. Spider by FantuzziAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,200,000 - US$1,600,000Photo Credit: Ryan Merill Official Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1960 Aston Martin DB4GTAuctioneer's Estimate: US$2,200,000 - US$2,600,000Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1959 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Prototype by VignaleAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - $1,500,000Photo Credit: Tim Scott Official Auction Description and Images
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1959 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Prototype by VignaleAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - $1,500,000Photo Credit: Tim Scott Official Auction Description and Images
1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,300,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,300,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Mercedes-Benz 300 S Cabriolet AAuctioneer's Estimate: US$750,000 - $1,000,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Mercedes-Benz 300 S Cabriolet AAuctioneer's Estimate: US$750,000 - $1,000,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Lancia Aurelia PF200 C Spider by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,500,000Photo Credit: Darin SchnabelOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Lancia Aurelia PF200 C Spider by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,500,000Photo Credit: Darin SchnabelOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe by Pinin FarinaAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,400,000 Photo Credit: Dirk de JagerOfficial Auction Description and Images
1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
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1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
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1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
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1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
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1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
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1953 Bentley R-Type Continental Sports Saloon by H.J. Mulliner. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$900,000 - US$1,300,000. Photo Credit: Aaron Summerfield Official Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3½-Litre RoadsterAuctioneer's Estimate: US$850,000 - $1,100,000Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1938 Bugatti Type 57C Stelvio by GangloffAuctioneer's Estimate: US$800,000 - $1,000,000 Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1938 Bugatti Type 57C Stelvio by GangloffAuctioneer's Estimate: US$800,000 - $1,000,000 Photo Credit: Pawel LitwinskiOfficial Auction Description and Images
1937 Bentley 4¼-Litre Open Two-Seater by CarltonAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1937 Bentley 4¼-Litre Open Two-Seater by CarltonAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1937 Bentley 4¼-Litre Open Two-Seater by CarltonAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1937 Bentley 4¼-Litre Open Two-Seater by CarltonAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1937 Bentley 4¼-Litre Open Two-Seater by CarltonAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1937 Bentley 4¼-Litre Open Two-Seater by CarltonAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1937 Bentley 4¼-Litre Open Two-Seater by CarltonAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
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1937 Bentley 4¼-Litre Open Two-Seater by CarltonAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,600,000 Photo Credit: Robin AdamsOfficial Auction Description and Images
1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Cabriolet by SindelfingenAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000 Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Cabriolet by SindelfingenAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000 Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Cabriolet by SindelfingenAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000 Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Cabriolet by SindelfingenAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000 Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Cabriolet by SindelfingenAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000 Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Cabriolet by SindelfingenAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000 Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Cabriolet by SindelfingenAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000 Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
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1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Cabriolet by SindelfingenAuctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000 Darin Schnabel Official Auction Description and Images
1936 Auburn Eight Supercharged Speedster. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$550,000 - $650,000 Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Simon Clay
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1936 Auburn Eight Supercharged Speedster. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$550,000 - $650,000 Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Simon Clay
1934 Mercedes-Benz 500 K Tourer by Mayfair. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$700,000 - $900,000 Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1934 Mercedes-Benz 500 K Tourer by Mayfair. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$700,000 - $900,000 Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
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1911 Mercer Type 35R Raceabout. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,500,000 - $3,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Photo: Darin Schnabel
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Short Nose. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,250,000 - $2,750,000 Official Auction Description and Images
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Short Nose. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,250,000 - $2,750,000 Official Auction Description and Images
1961 Ferrari 250 Series II Cabriolet. Auctioneer's Estimate: Available Upon Request Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Ferrari 250 Series II Cabriolet. Auctioneer's Estimate: Available Upon Request Official Auction Description and Images
1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,250,000 Official Auction Description and Images
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1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,750,000 - US$2,250,000 Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,700,000 - $2,000,000 Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,700,000 - $2,000,000 Official Auction Description and Images
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,700,000 - $2,000,000 Official Auction Description and Images
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1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,700,000 - $2,000,000 Official Auction Description and Images
1930 Duesenberg Model J Torpedo Berline Convertible. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,700,000 Official Auction Description and Images
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1930 Duesenberg Model J Torpedo Berline Convertible. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,400,000 - $1,700,000 Official Auction Description and Images
This 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 began life as a European-spec road car but became much more as it was prepared for competition use and campaigned by the North American Racing Team (NART) in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1971 where it achieved 5th Overall and won the Index of Thermal Efficiency. Presented in its original 1971 NART Le Mans livery, this 365 GTB/4 Daytona Competizione is an indisputable piece of Ferrari racing history. Estimate: US$5,500,000-7,000,000. Image: Mathieu Heurtault. Official Auction Description and Images
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This 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 began life as a European-spec road car but became much more as it was prepared for competition use and campaigned by the North American Racing Team (NART) in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1971 where it achieved 5th Overall and won the Index of Thermal Efficiency. Presented in its original 1971 NART Le Mans livery, this 365 GTB/4 Daytona Competizione is an indisputable piece of Ferrari racing history. Estimate: US$5,500,000-7,000,000. Image: Mathieu Heurtault. Official Auction Description and Images
Known as Tre Posti due to its front three-seat layout, this exceptional prototype Ferrari represents the intersection of three great names working at the height of their careers: Enzo Ferrari, Sergio Pininfarina, and Luigi Chinetti. Presented in wonderfully original condition and boasting just 7,900 km, the automotive masterpiece has never before been offered at public sale. Auctioneer's Estimate: Available upon request. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Brian Henniker
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Known as Tre Posti due to its front three-seat layout, this exceptional prototype Ferrari represents the intersection of three great names working at the height of their careers: Enzo Ferrari, Sergio Pininfarina, and Luigi Chinetti. Presented in wonderfully original condition and boasting just 7,900 km, the automotive masterpiece has never before been offered at public sale. Auctioneer's Estimate: Available upon request. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Brian Henniker
Recently discovered in a New york garage after decades in static storage, this 1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso is a well-preserved and largely original example. As a result of its extended storage, this Lusso has seen very little use in its 51 years; and today, the odometer displays just over 20,350 miles. Though its black paintwork shows its age, and its lacquer is checked and cracking in areas, the Lusso’s interior is very well preserved with beautifully patinated red leather upholstery and matching carpets. With a carefully executed, sympathetic mechanical recommissioning, this magnificent Lusso could almost certainly be driven and enjoyed in its present condition, making it all the more enticing. Auctioneer's Estimate: Available upon request. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Mathieu Heurtault
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Recently discovered in a New york garage after decades in static storage, this 1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso is a well-preserved and largely original example. As a result of its extended storage, this Lusso has seen very little use in its 51 years; and today, the odometer displays just over 20,350 miles. Though its black paintwork shows its age, and its lacquer is checked and cracking in areas, the Lusso’s interior is very well preserved with beautifully patinated red leather upholstery and matching carpets. With a carefully executed, sympathetic mechanical recommissioning, this magnificent Lusso could almost certainly be driven and enjoyed in its present condition, making it all the more enticing. Auctioneer's Estimate: Available upon request. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Mathieu Heurtault
This exceptionally original 250 GT SWB Berlinetta has a rich, well-documented history and provenance and has benefited from exceptional stewardship and its outstanding presentation reflects the care and attention it has continued to receive. With less than 35,000 original miles, this Ferrari was driven sparingly and, with the exception of an appearance at the inaugural Santa Fe Concorso, it has not been seen on the show circuit. Auctioneer's Estimate available upon request. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Brian Henniker
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This exceptionally original 250 GT SWB Berlinetta has a rich, well-documented history and provenance and has benefited from exceptional stewardship and its outstanding presentation reflects the care and attention it has continued to receive. With less than 35,000 original miles, this Ferrari was driven sparingly and, with the exception of an appearance at the inaugural Santa Fe Concorso, it has not been seen on the show circuit. Auctioneer's Estimate available upon request. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Brian Henniker
1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Cal Spider
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Cal Spider
This 250 GT Series I Cabriolet (chassis 1475 GT), is the very last example built. As such, this is a virtually unique example in terms of its coachwork and mechanical specification. Given its late build, this body displays clear evidence of the transition from the ornate designs of the late 1950s to the clean, modern styling that characterised Pinin Farina coachwork in the early 1960s. It is also one of only four examples built with the open headlamp treatment, and one of only two featureing the tall vertical tail lights that were later incorporated into Pinin Farina’s 250 GT Coupe and Series II Cabriolet. Series I Pinin Farina Cabriolets are among the top tier of collector cars. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$4,500,000 - US$6,000,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Brian Henniker
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This 250 GT Series I Cabriolet (chassis 1475 GT), is the very last example built. As such, this is a virtually unique example in terms of its coachwork and mechanical specification. Given its late build, this body displays clear evidence of the transition from the ornate designs of the late 1950s to the clean, modern styling that characterised Pinin Farina coachwork in the early 1960s. It is also one of only four examples built with the open headlamp treatment, and one of only two featureing the tall vertical tail lights that were later incorporated into Pinin Farina’s 250 GT Coupe and Series II Cabriolet. Series I Pinin Farina Cabriolets are among the top tier of collector cars. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$4,500,000 - US$6,000,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Brian Henniker
This 1955 Aston Martin DB3S was one of just 20 customer cars constructed at the Aston Martin factory race shop and was shown to the public for the first time on the Aston Martin stand at the 1955 Earls Court Motor show. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$5,000,000 - US$7,000,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Brian Henniker.
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This 1955 Aston Martin DB3S was one of just 20 customer cars constructed at the Aston Martin factory race shop and was shown to the public for the first time on the Aston Martin stand at the 1955 Earls Court Motor show. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$5,000,000 - US$7,000,000. Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Brian Henniker.
Auctions throw up the most remarkable cars, and this is one of them - one of the first two Gullwing 300 SL Mercedes-Benz cars to leave the factory. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,500,000 - US$4,500,000 Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Matt Howell
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Auctions throw up the most remarkable cars, and this is one of them - one of the first two Gullwing 300 SL Mercedes-Benz cars to leave the factory. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$3,500,000 - US$4,500,000 Official Auction Description and Images. Image: Matt Howell
This incredibly beautiful 1939 Alfa Romeo Tipo 256 Cabriolet Sportivo by Pinin Farina is estimated to sell for US$5,000,000 - US$7,000,000. Though very few were ever built, the Alfa Romeo Tipo 256 is an important model in that it represents the final collaboration between Alfa Romeo and Scuderia Ferrari. Official Auction Description and Images Image: Mathieu Heurtault.
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This incredibly beautiful 1939 Alfa Romeo Tipo 256 Cabriolet Sportivo by Pinin Farina is estimated to sell for US$5,000,000 - US$7,000,000. Though very few were ever built, the Alfa Romeo Tipo 256 is an important model in that it represents the final collaboration between Alfa Romeo and Scuderia Ferrari. Official Auction Description and Images Image: Mathieu Heurtault.
Sir Jack Brabham is the only person to have won the Formula One world championship driving one of his own cars. In 1970, he won the last of 14 F1 races driving this car, BT33-2, which also scored four podium finishes that year. This is a race-winning historic Formula 1 car that is also the sister car of the BT33 that has dominated the Monaco Historic Grand Prix in the hands of its owner-driver Duncan Dayton. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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Sir Jack Brabham is the only person to have won the Formula One world championship driving one of his own cars. In 1970, he won the last of 14 F1 races driving this car, BT33-2, which also scored four podium finishes that year. This is a race-winning historic Formula 1 car that is also the sister car of the BT33 that has dominated the Monaco Historic Grand Prix in the hands of its owner-driver Duncan Dayton. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,400,000. Official Auction Description and Images
Formerly owned by motorsport enthusiast, race team owner and the once–owner of Tag Heuer Watches, Mansour Ojjeh, tho 1973 FERRARI 365GTS/4 DAYTONA SPIDER is arguably the ultimate expression of Ferrari's fabulous line of V12 front-engined sports cars. Estimated to sell for US$ 2.6 million - 3.2 million, full details of the Spider can be found on the Official Auction Description and Images.
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Formerly owned by motorsport enthusiast, race team owner and the once–owner of Tag Heuer Watches, Mansour Ojjeh, tho 1973 FERRARI 365GTS/4 DAYTONA SPIDER is arguably the ultimate expression of Ferrari's fabulous line of V12 front-engined sports cars. Estimated to sell for US$ 2.6 million - 3.2 million, full details of the Spider can be found on the Official Auction Description and Images.
Based upon the ultra-lightweight, stubby, utterly spartan Porsche 909 prototype, the 3-liter flat-8 engined Typ908/3 was even shorter than the already abbreviated 908/02, and weighed a mere 500 kg (just 1,100lbs) - an astonishing figure for a long-distance endurance racer. The Porsche works team of 1970-71 used '908/03-002' offered here purely for extensive testing and development proving during that period. It was blasted round their tight little test circuit at Weissach and slithered round and round the skidpan complex there. It was hammered over the rough-road, launched at the inclines, and was even rigged with road registration plates and was tested on public roads to gain experience for the Sicilian Targa Florio. In the hands of its present vendor, '002' as offered here has been campaigned widely and frequently in US vintage racing events over the past 14 years. Its winning record is almost unrivalled. With a capable driver strapped into its cockpit it has been a case of 'it starts – it wins'. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,800,000 - US$2,300,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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Based upon the ultra-lightweight, stubby, utterly spartan Porsche 909 prototype, the 3-liter flat-8 engined Typ908/3 was even shorter than the already abbreviated 908/02, and weighed a mere 500 kg (just 1,100lbs) - an astonishing figure for a long-distance endurance racer. The Porsche works team of 1970-71 used '908/03-002' offered here purely for extensive testing and development proving during that period. It was blasted round their tight little test circuit at Weissach and slithered round and round the skidpan complex there. It was hammered over the rough-road, launched at the inclines, and was even rigged with road registration plates and was tested on public roads to gain experience for the Sicilian Targa Florio. In the hands of its present vendor, '002' as offered here has been campaigned widely and frequently in US vintage racing events over the past 14 years. Its winning record is almost unrivalled. With a capable driver strapped into its cockpit it has been a case of 'it starts – it wins'. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,800,000 - US$2,300,000. Official Auction Description and Images
The fifth from last Ferrari 275GTB, this 1966 model occupies a very interesting position in the 275GTB build sequence, combining a number of desirable production attributes. Additionally documented with original SEFAC paperwork and export sheets, this exhaustively restored example reaches an uncommon bar of Maranello excellence. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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The fifth from last Ferrari 275GTB, this 1966 model occupies a very interesting position in the 275GTB build sequence, combining a number of desirable production attributes. Additionally documented with original SEFAC paperwork and export sheets, this exhaustively restored example reaches an uncommon bar of Maranello excellence. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$2,600,000 - US$3,200,000. Official Auction Description and Images
The AC Cobra is one of the all-time great classic sports cars, and early AC Cobras remain some of the most iconic and collectible cars ever made. This 1963 Shelby Cobra 289 was shipped from AC to Shelby's headquarters in Los Angeles on May 2, 1963, ultimately ending up at Shelby's headquarters. After completion at Shelby American in August 1963, it was consigned to the Sales Promotion Division of Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan. Remarkably, a half century later, the car has just 11,300 miles on the clock and retains the Wonderful factory paint and interior with exceptional patina. This is an exceedingly original and well preserved Cobra, with a a factory hard top and luggage tray, Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,300,000 - US$1,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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The AC Cobra is one of the all-time great classic sports cars, and early AC Cobras remain some of the most iconic and collectible cars ever made. This 1963 Shelby Cobra 289 was shipped from AC to Shelby's headquarters in Los Angeles on May 2, 1963, ultimately ending up at Shelby's headquarters. After completion at Shelby American in August 1963, it was consigned to the Sales Promotion Division of Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan. Remarkably, a half century later, the car has just 11,300 miles on the clock and retains the Wonderful factory paint and interior with exceptional patina. This is an exceedingly original and well preserved Cobra, with a a factory hard top and luggage tray, Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,300,000 - US$1,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images
The Ferrari 250 GT "Omologato" needs little introduction as the most iconic, most habitable, street-useable, race-winning, World Championship-winning – and simply gorgeous – closed two-seat Coupe car from the world-famous Maranello factory
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The Ferrari 250 GT "Omologato" needs little introduction as the most iconic, most habitable, street-useable, race-winning, World Championship-winning – and simply gorgeous – closed two-seat Coupe car from the world-famous Maranello factory
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This Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet S1 Pinin Farina is a very early example, being only the eighth of some 40 units built overall. Its chassis was delivered to the Pinin Farina plant on September 9, 1957, and upon its completion with this strikingly handsome body it was exhibited at the 39th Salone dell'Automobile in Turin from October 30-November 10 that year. After a well-documented life in South America, the 250 GT was acquired by Italian enthusiast Fabrizio Violati and inducted into his Collezione Maranello Rosso in San Marino. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$ 6,500,000 - US$8,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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This Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet S1 Pinin Farina is a very early example, being only the eighth of some 40 units built overall. Its chassis was delivered to the Pinin Farina plant on September 9, 1957, and upon its completion with this strikingly handsome body it was exhibited at the 39th Salone dell'Automobile in Turin from October 30-November 10 that year. After a well-documented life in South America, the 250 GT was acquired by Italian enthusiast Fabrizio Violati and inducted into his Collezione Maranello Rosso in San Marino. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$ 6,500,000 - US$8,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images
This Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet S1 Pinin Farina is a very early example, being only the eighth of some 40 units built overall. Its chassis was delivered to the Pinin Farina plant on September 9, 1957, and upon its completion with this strikingly handsome body it was exhibited at the 39th Salone dell'Automobile in Turin from October 30-November 10 that year. After a well-documented life in South America, the 250 GT was acquired by Italian enthusiast Fabrizio Violati and inducted into his Collezione Maranello Rosso in San Marino. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$ 6,500,000 - US$8,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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This Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet S1 Pinin Farina is a very early example, being only the eighth of some 40 units built overall. Its chassis was delivered to the Pinin Farina plant on September 9, 1957, and upon its completion with this strikingly handsome body it was exhibited at the 39th Salone dell'Automobile in Turin from October 30-November 10 that year. After a well-documented life in South America, the 250 GT was acquired by Italian enthusiast Fabrizio Violati and inducted into his Collezione Maranello Rosso in San Marino. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$ 6,500,000 - US$8,500,000. Official Auction Description and Images
The Ferrari 250 Mille Miglia was tailor-made to compete in the marquis long-distance races, using the new 3-litre V12 engine, a longer wheelbase chassis and the artistry of Carrozzeria Pinin Farina then created two-seat closed-cabin bodywork. The Ferrari 250 MM on offer is an outstanding example of Ferrari's first 3-litre V12-engined Gran Turismo family – launching the line that over the following decade would spawn the 250 Tour de France, 250 GT SWB and 250 GTO models. It was the 17th of 31 Ferrari 250 MMs to be built overall, and the 11th of the 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinettas. Its first race meeting saw it win the main race of the day driven by a fast-rising young star - Phil Hill. Hill would go on to drive for the factory Ferrari team and take a world title. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$9,000,000 - US$12,000,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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The Ferrari 250 Mille Miglia was tailor-made to compete in the marquis long-distance races, using the new 3-litre V12 engine, a longer wheelbase chassis and the artistry of Carrozzeria Pinin Farina then created two-seat closed-cabin bodywork. The Ferrari 250 MM on offer is an outstanding example of Ferrari's first 3-litre V12-engined Gran Turismo family – launching the line that over the following decade would spawn the 250 Tour de France, 250 GT SWB and 250 GTO models. It was the 17th of 31 Ferrari 250 MMs to be built overall, and the 11th of the 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinettas. Its first race meeting saw it win the main race of the day driven by a fast-rising young star - Phil Hill. Hill would go on to drive for the factory Ferrari team and take a world title. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$9,000,000 - US$12,000,000. Official Auction Description and Images
The Ferrari 250 Mille Miglia was tailor-made to compete in the marquis long-distance races, using the new 3-litre V12 engine, a longer wheelbase chassis and the artistry of Carrozzeria Pinin Farina then created two-seat closed-cabin bodywork. The Ferrari 250 MM on offer is an outstanding example of Ferrari's first 3-litre V12-engined Gran Turismo family – launching the line that over the following decade would spawn the 250 Tour de France, 250 GT SWB and 250 GTO models. It was the 17th of 31 Ferrari 250 MMs to be built overall, and the 11th of the 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinettas. Its first race meeting saw it win the main race of the day driven by a fast-rising young star - Phil Hill. Hill would go on to drive for the factory Ferrari team and take a world title. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$9,000,000 - US$12,000,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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The Ferrari 250 Mille Miglia was tailor-made to compete in the marquis long-distance races, using the new 3-litre V12 engine, a longer wheelbase chassis and the artistry of Carrozzeria Pinin Farina then created two-seat closed-cabin bodywork. The Ferrari 250 MM on offer is an outstanding example of Ferrari's first 3-litre V12-engined Gran Turismo family – launching the line that over the following decade would spawn the 250 Tour de France, 250 GT SWB and 250 GTO models. It was the 17th of 31 Ferrari 250 MMs to be built overall, and the 11th of the 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinettas. Its first race meeting saw it win the main race of the day driven by a fast-rising young star - Phil Hill. Hill would go on to drive for the factory Ferrari team and take a world title. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$9,000,000 - US$12,000,000. Official Auction Description and Images
This 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio is perhaps the archetypal Bugatti road car — a practical sports car incorporating speed, style, and grace, and the best of pre-war French master coachwork by Carrosserie Gangloff. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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This 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio is perhaps the archetypal Bugatti road car — a practical sports car incorporating speed, style, and grace, and the best of pre-war French master coachwork by Carrosserie Gangloff. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,100,000 - US$1,300,000. Official Auction Description and Images
BMW's emergence as a manufacturer of fine sporting motor cars can be traced back to the annual Eifelrennen event held at the Nürburgring on June 14th, 1936, when Ernst Henne beat a field that included 1½-liter monoposto racing cars driving the prototype of what would become one of the most iconic sports cars of all time – the legendary 328. The fact that this overwhelming victory had been achieved only eight years after BMW's establishment as an automobile manufacturer is all the more remarkable. The most advanced sports car of its day, the 328 remained competitive for years after the war, a state of affairs that only served to further enhance its reputation, which was out of all proportion to the limited number produced. Between 1936 and 1939 only 426 BMW 328s were made, of which fewer than 200 are believed to exist today. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,200,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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BMW's emergence as a manufacturer of fine sporting motor cars can be traced back to the annual Eifelrennen event held at the Nürburgring on June 14th, 1936, when Ernst Henne beat a field that included 1½-liter monoposto racing cars driving the prototype of what would become one of the most iconic sports cars of all time – the legendary 328. The fact that this overwhelming victory had been achieved only eight years after BMW's establishment as an automobile manufacturer is all the more remarkable. The most advanced sports car of its day, the 328 remained competitive for years after the war, a state of affairs that only served to further enhance its reputation, which was out of all proportion to the limited number produced. Between 1936 and 1939 only 426 BMW 328s were made, of which fewer than 200 are believed to exist today. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,000,000 - US$1,200,000. Official Auction Description and Images
Times change and so do perceptions of reliability and value. Toyota is now the world's largest auto maker. The value of the limited numbers of Toyota's 1967 2000GT will inevitably reflect those changes at some point, if the appreciation from the 1967 price tag of US$7,200 to more than 100 times that amount today isn't already an indication. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Note the prophetic words on the bottom right hand corner of the 1967 brochure: "The image of tomorrow from Toyota today."
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Times change and so do perceptions of reliability and value. Toyota is now the world's largest auto maker. The value of the limited numbers of Toyota's 1967 2000GT will inevitably reflect those changes at some point, if the appreciation from the 1967 price tag of US$7,200 to more than 100 times that amount today isn't already an indication. In 1967, the 2000GT was US$1,000 more than both the Jaguar E-Type and Porsche 911, and over US$2,500 more than a Corvette. Note the prophetic words on the bottom right hand corner of the 1967 brochure: "The image of tomorrow from Toyota today."
1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8-Litre Roadster. Image: Pawel Litwinski. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$375,000 - $450,000. Official Auction Description and Images
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1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8-Litre Roadster. Image: Pawel Litwinski. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$375,000 - $450,000. Official Auction Description and Images
1963 Ferrari 250 GT/L 'Lusso' Berlinetta by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,500,000. Photo: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
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1963 Ferrari 250 GT/L 'Lusso' Berlinetta by Scaglietti. Auctioneer's Estimate: US$1,900,000 - US$2,500,000. Photo: Darin Schnabel. Official Auction Description and Images
The McLaren F1. Auctioneers Estimate: US$12 million - US$14 million. Official Auction Description and Images for the McLaren F1
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The McLaren F1. Auctioneers Estimate: US$12 million