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

Pebble Beach Preview – records...
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