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Bonhams Quail 18th August 2017

http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/23977/?department=MOT-CAR

Bonhams returns to the Quail, one of their partner events where they have had such success. Something of a conundrum, Bonhams Quail can often be a competitor to the big two, Gooding and RM/ Sothebys and yet other years they seem dispirited and a glance at the results provides ample evidence. The best years include the Jaguar E2A, Porsche 917 and of course the sale of the Violatti collection in ’14.

Year/ Sold/ Offered/ (%)/ Gross sale/ Top Sale/ Details

2007 65/95 (68%) $7,657,305 $403,000 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom I
2008 44/75 (59%) $21,547,450 $4,957,000 1960 Jaguar E2A
2009 54/99 (55%) $13,150,920 $1,437,000 1933 Duesenberg Model J Rollston Torpedo
2010 78/102 (76%) $17,837,530 $3,967,000 1970 Porsche 917
2011 58/113 (51%) $9,636,635 $1,002,500 1957 BMW 507
2012 55/96 (57%) $11,663,070 $2,205,000 1966 Ford GT40
2013 77/89 (87%) $31,085,150 $4,467,500 1931 Bentley Blower
2014 103/115 (90%) $107,745,900 $38,115,000 1962 Ferrari 250GTO
2015 94/111 (85%) $44,208,488 $8,525,000 1959 Ferrari 250GT Interim
2016 101/115 (88%) $34,642,800 $4,000,000 1931 Bugatti Type 51

2017 81/109 (74%) $43,866,900 $15,620,000 1995 McLaren F1

Bonhams had a pretty poor year in 2016 but they certainly returned to form at Scottsdale where despite some no sales they had their best ever result. The Quail lot list is certainly the best since 2014 when they offered the Violatti collection and they began by announcing the best Jaguar E-Type lightweight. Further star cars include the Ferrari 312T5 Grand Prix car, Maserati A6G/54, all the popular Ferraris (365GTS/4, 275GTBs and Enzo). Finally they announced they would offer the first McLaren F1 in several years and this certainly electrified the market although personally I love the other late list, Maserati 300s that was also announced.

These cars are joined by all of the usual frequent flyers, Lancia Aurelia Spider, Shelby Cobras, 300SL and F40.  Elsewhere a fascinating Lotus Indycar is an excellent example of the rear engined revolution that overtook Indy while those looking for a future collectable could consider the selection of Group B rally cars from the ’80s. 2017 see’s Bonhams back on form and they are likely to either run 2nd or 3rd as the highest grossing auction on the Peninsular. Definitely one to watch.

Results

Bonhams pulled out all the stops for their Quail auction in 2017 with two cars that could have potentially sold in the 10 millions and many more than were going to sell in the millions. The two big stories from the event were the $15.6 million sale of the McLaren (which helped the event) and the no sale of several big dollar Ferraris, Maseratis and Jaguars (which left $20 million or more on the table). At $15.6 million, the McLaren was the highest ever public sale for the marque, matching prices that they supposedly sell for privately and does support the $15 – 20 million value for the very best although this car was itself one of the best being the first of a handful of US federalised cars that can be registered anywhere but California. Elsewhere the Jaguar E-Type lightweight that was a highlight was bid up to a reported high bid of $8 million and either sold post block or failed to sell while the Maserati 300S failed at $5.1 million. Both of these were a little light although the Maserati should have been easy to do a negotiation on considering its lack of original engine and bodywork while the Jaguar was likely $1 – 2 million light when compared to the much weaker car that sold for $7.4 million earlier in the year and you couldn’t fault the vendor for rejecting the bid.

Ferrari’s were rather disparate with some selling well and others failing to fire while yet more should have sold and their failure poses many questions. The biggest of these no sellers were the 250GT Tour de France which failed at $3.4 million although considering its provenance and history you have to think it will struggle to get much more. The 400SA stalled at $3 million, Daytona Spider at $2.1 million and 288GTO at $1.7 million, all prices that should have been close enough to do something with and perhaps a sign of vendors who weren’t motivated to sell. Positive sales were the 275GTB at $3.08 million and 275GTB/4 at $2.519 million, both showing a return of the model as a investment per se while the F40 went 12% over the top estimate at $1.457 million. Other interesting results for Ferrari were the no sale of the 312T5 Grand Prix car at a reported high bid of $2.4 million, much higher than any equivalent has sold for and leading to questions regarding the vendors sanity. As for the best Ferrari buy, that would have to go to the 1 of 2 in Nero/ Black Enzos that sold for $2.04 million which was pretty low for the modelor the $511k Daytona.

Other cars were equally disparate with a 1904 Premier, ideal for the London to Brighton, selling for a 36% over estimate $341k and the AC Ace at a 29% over estimate $451k. A car that sold rather cheaply was the Delage D8S that went for $649k and the Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet that fetched just $368k, 30% below the low estimate. Plenty of talk from Monterey ’17 revolved around whether there was chandelier bidding or not although watching the live feed from Bonhams it was clear that the bids were very real as they flicked between online, phone and in the room. Chandelier bidding was the process by which they accept bids that don’t exist up to the reserve. This means that the bids were very real and offers little support for why some low bids were expected while other very high bids weren’t. What this does support however is the potential growing disconnect between vendors expectations and those of bargain hunters and rational buyers.

Overall, Bonhams can be justly pleased with the results of their Quail sale in ’17, the $43 million gross was their third best ever sale at the venue while the McLaren world record was also the 2nd highest sale across all six sales, both excellent results indeed. At the same time they must be contemplating their processes for accepting lots, especially the process where they negotiate reserves since they could easily have sold many more cars with the 74% sell through figure the worst in 5 years. Bonhams wont have long to rest on their laurels with sales at Beaulieu, Goodwood and Chantilly in coming weeks.

Key

Lot #/ Year/ Make/ Model/ Chassis #/ low estimate US$/ high estimate US$/ (N/R = no reserve where appropriate)/ US$ Gross/ EURO Gross/ % above or below estimate

#1 – 1941 Mercury Model 19A Station Wagon #99A-380723 – $90,000.00 – $115,000.00 N/R/ $81,400 €69,336 -10%

Lochaven Green and Wood over Wood and brown leather. 95bhp 239cui V8. 3 speed Auto. Unknown car, vendor since ’99. Restored in original livery. Original.

 


#2 – 1959 Autobianchi Bianchina Transformable Series I #012492 – $30,000.00 – $40,000.00 N/R/ $49,500 €42,164 24%

Red and White over Red leather. 27bhp 479cc I2. 4 speed manual. Unknown car. c13,000 miles from new. Well maintained, recent cosmetic restoration. Good condition.

 


#3 – 2001 BMW Z8 Roadster #WBAEJ13451AH60489 – $180,000.00 – $250,000.00/ $198,000 €168,654 Mid

Topaz Blue Metallic over Black. 400bhp 4941cc V8. 6 speed manual. Unknown, USA (1), unknown. Original and beautiful condition. 15,300 miles. Docs.

 


#4 – 1955 Ford Thundebird #P5FH230958 – $50,000.00 – $70,000.00 N/R/ $60,500 €51,533 Mid

Red over red and white. 193bhp 292cui V8. Ford-o-matic. Unknown car, later totally restored by Hill’s Automotive/Classic Cars, well stored since. Ideal for show or go.

 


#5 – 1988 Ferrari 328GTS #75109 – $80,000.00 – $120,000.00 N/R/ $99,000 €84,327 Mid

Rosso Corsa over Tan leather. Unknown, US car. Californian vendor, 16,000 miles from new. Beautiful inside and out.

 

 


#6 – 1923 Pierce-Arrow Model 33 7 pass Sedan #337585 – $50,000.00 – $70,000.00 N/R/ $107,800 €91,823 54%

Black and grey over Black leather and beige broadcloth. 70HP 415cui 6 cylinder. 3 speed manual. Unknown car, beautifully restored.

 

 


#7 – 1966 Lotus Cortina Mark I #BA74FM59709 – $70,000.00 – $110,000.00 N/R/ $57,200 €48,722 -18%

Red over Black vinyl. 120bhp 1558cc I4. 4 speed manual. Unknown US car. Discovered in California, USA. Restored by Racing Industry Specialists.

 


#8 – 1904 Premier Model F 16HP Rear Entrance Tonneau ?? – $175,000.00 – $250,000.00/ $341,000 €290,460 36%

Brewster Green over Black. 16HP 4 cylinder, L-Head air cooled. 2 speed manual. 1 of 2 survivors. Vendor since ’80s. Restored through ’99, VSCC dated. Ready for the London to Brighton.

 


#9 – 1974 Maserati Bora #AM117/49*US762 – $130,000.00 – $170,000.00/ $140,250 €119,463 Mid

Oro Kelso over Tan leather. Unkown US car. Vendor since ’16. Beautiful overall cosmetic condition, excellent mechanical components.

 

 


#10 – 1958 Dual-Ghia Convertible #197 – $300,000.00 – $375,000.00/ $401,500 €341,993 7%

Dark Blue over Tan and Black. 260BHP 315cui V8. Powerflite auto. Connections of the Washington Post, USA (1), unknown, various, Joe Morgan ’04, restored by Jimmy Lowrey, Petter Davidsen and New England Engine and Machine, Michael and Bebe Schudroff. Very well maintained.


#11 – 1930 Horch 930V Phaeton #931591 – $150,000.00 – $200,000.00 N/R/ $102,300 €87,138 -32%

Two tone blue over Burgundy leather. 92BHP 3823cc V8. 4 speed manual with overdrive. 1 of 795 930Vs in ’39, handfull of Phaetons survice. Unknown pre US import mid-1970s, restoration refreshed by Bob Espenson ’81, exhibited in the Auto Collections. 42,945km from new. Very elegant.


#12 – 1969 Austin Mini Cooper S #C-A2SB-L/1238234A – $30,000.00 – $45,000.00 N/R/ $52,250 €44,506 16%

Red over black race. 79BHP 1275cc I4. 4 speed manual. Delivered to Canada in Island Blue over Snowberry White, restored at the cost of $30,000. Upgraded to Rally spec. Matching numbers. Beautifully presented. 56,100 miles from new.

 


#13 – 2006 Ford GT #1FAFP90S76Y400150 – $275,000.00 – $350,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Tungsten Grey Metallic over Black leather. 550BHP supercharged 5408cc V8. 6 speed manual. via Carthage Ford-Mercury to vendor (1), unknown. 4300 miles from new.

 


#14 – 1939 Cadillac Series 75 Convertible Sedan #29836 – $70,000.00 – $90,000.00 N/R/ $63,800 €54,344 -9%

Carolina Green over Fawn leather. 140BHP 346 cui V8. 3 speed manual. Last of 37. Harrison A. Williams, USA (1), unknown ’59 (2), 3 further owners, vendor from ’11. Comprehensive refurbishment by Tim Krehbiel and others in original colours. Great driver and concours winner.

 


#15 – 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark I BN7 Roadster #HBN7/743 – $90,000.00 – $120,000.00/ $47,300 €40,290 -47%

Old English White over Red leather. 132BHP 2912cc I6. 4 speed manual with overdrive. Unknown US car, stored from ’73 to ’13, Kurt Tanner, restored by Tanner, vendor from ’14. Wonderful.

 


#16 – 1965 Ferrari 275GTB Alloy Longnose #275GTB*07927 – $2,700,000.00 – $3,500,000.00/ $3,080,000 €2,623,510 Mid


Celeste blue paint over blue leather. 280BHP 3286cc V12. 5 speed manual. 1 of 60 with Alloy bodywork. Prepared for the ’66 Monte Carlo Rally?. Engine removed and fitted to #06003, refitted post rally, Romeo Pedina, Italy (1), unknown, exported to USA c’70, N. Randall Thomas ’73, redone in Rosso Corsa over Black, unknown, later to Tom Lafortune ’78, David Amar, Switzerland ’92, engine overhauled by Giuseppe Garuti and cosmetically restored by Bachelli & Villa, further work by DK Engineering, Edward Nigro, USA ’05, concours award winner, cosmetic resoration by Forza Motors in original colours, vendor ’14, concours award winner, recent engine overhaul by Forza and Ferrari Classiche. Classiche certified. Beautiful car.


#17 – 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce 750F #1495.06373 – $125,000.00 – $150,000.00 N/R/ $78,100 €66,525 -38%

White over Red leather. 105BHP 1490cc I4. 5 speed manual. Unknown US car, later to vendor sans drivetrain, restored by Oliveria Engineering, Bill Gillham and Nick’s Rods & Rides, 150 miles since. Docs. Exquisite.

 


#18 – 1986 Ford RS200 Evolution #SFACXXBJ2CGL00084 – $500,000.00 – $600,000.00 N/R/ $550,000 €468,484 Mid

White race over Red race. 550+BHP Turbo 2137cc I4. 5 speed manual and four wheel drive. 1 of 24 examples. Unknown, Bob Sutherland, USA from ’89, later displayed in the Auto Collections. Requires refurbishment. Highly original. Not registered.

 


#19 – 1964 Mercedes-Benz 230SL #113042.10.03626 – $75,000.00 – $100,000.00 N/R/ $53,900 €45,911 -28%


Red over Tan leather. 160BHP 2778cc I6. 4 speed manual. Delivered in Black over Natural leather. Recently estored in medium red with a 2.8 litre engine. Recent mechanically sorting by Mercedes-Benz of Canada. Docs.


#20 – 1986 Ferrari Testarossa #65813 – $180,000.00 – $220,000.00 N/R/ $117,700 €100,256 -35%

 

Rosso Corsa over Tan leather. 380BHP 4942cc V12. 5 speed manual. via Algar Ferrari to unknown, USA (1), unnamed ’11 (2), fully serviced by Algar. Classiche certified. 19,000 miles from new. Docs. Concours award winner.


#21 – 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster #198.042.7500299 – $1,000,000.00 – $1,200,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

 

Silver over Red leather. 225BHP 2996cc I6. 4 speed manual. Unknown US car, later returned to Germany and restored, alloy engine fitted at some point, engine rebuilt ’91, via Brooks Nurburgring ’99 to unknown, UK, well maintained by Chris Shenton since. Engine rebuilt by Kienle ’11, limited miles since.


#22 – 1951 Hudson Hornet Convertible #7A109578 – $140,000.00 – $180,000.00 N/R/ $165,000 €140,545 Mid

Black over Burgundy leather. Unknown California car from new. Al Saffrahn of Maricopa late 1990’s, Mark Whalen, vendor ’12, restored by Russell Maas, wonderful condition. Excellent.


#23 – 1985 Audi Quattro Sport #WAUZZZ85ZEA905131 – $450,000.00 – $550,000.00 N/R/ $484,000 €412,266 Mid


White over Grey velour. 302BHP 2133cc Turbo I5. 5 speed manual. 1 of 200 built for homologation. Unknown, 1 owner car fitted with electric windows and other equipment. Largely original, 18,400km from new. Requires recommisioning. Docs.


#24 – 1964 Shelby Cobra 289 #CSX2328 – $1,050,000.00 – $1,250,000.00/ $1,089,000 €927,598 Mid

 

Red over Black. 306BHP 289cui V8. 4 speed manual. via Cherner Motor Company to Dodge Olmstead, USA (1), via Archway Motors to Robert Whittacker, repainted metallic green, Mr. Ray Angus (2?), repainted silver, Mr. Bill Kemper ’74 (3), repainted red, various, Seymour Levin ’86, refreshed ’10, vendor ’10, restored to original specs. Beautiful throughout. Docs.


#25 – 1930 Packard 745 Maurice Proux Convertible Victoria #179019/ 179021 – $400,000.00 – $600,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Siena and Indian Yellow over Beige leather. 106BHP 385cui V8. 4 speed manual. Supplied Chassis only, possibly to the French ambassador to Argentina, discovered there in the 1980’s, imported for Frank Miller, USA, restored by Hill & Vaughn Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance award winner, T.J. Day ’90s, later restored in current livery.


#26 -1967 Ferrari 275GTB/4 #10507 – $2,500,000.00 – $3,000,000.00/ $2,519,000 €2,145,656 Mid

Rosso Corboda over Beige leather. via Modern Classic Cars in Metallic Maroon to unnamed, USA (1), David C. Anderson ’85 (2), engine rebuilt, Theodore J. Day ’91 (3), 42,360 miles from new. Well maintained.


 

#27 – 1938 Cadillac 38-90 V16 Imperial Sedan #5270245 – $80,000.00 – $130,000.00 N/R/ $82,500 €70,273 Mid

Dark Blue over Blue Grey broadcloth. 185HP 431 cui V16. 3 speed manual. 1 of 95 built ’38. Highly specced. Unknown car, restored ’80s. T.J. Day from ’92 collection.

 


#28 – 1987 Ferrari Testarossa #70225  – $125,000.00 – $175,000.00 N/R/ $123,200 €104,940 -1%

Rosso Corsa over Tan leather. via Hollywood Sport Cars to unknown, USA. 1 owner and 4,000 miles from new. Well stored and maintained. All parts and docs.

 


#29 – 1941 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet B #408429 – $900,000.00 – $1,300,000.00/ $929,500 €791,738 Mid

Red over Grey leather. 180bhp 5401cc I8. 4 speed manual. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Germany (1), unknown, via Kurt Nitschky to Viktor Reuter, Severn Loyd, disappeared, discovered with Thomas Brothers ’58, later to William A. O’Brien III ’77, T.J. Day ’85, restored ’88.

 


#30 – 1971 Ferrari 365GTB/4 #14207 – $750,000.00 – $1,000,000.00/ $660,000 €562,181 -12%

Rosso Chiaro over Nero leather. 352BHP 4390cc V12. 5 speed manual. via William Harrah to T.J. Day, USA (1), never sold. 29,090 miles from new. Docs.

 


#31 – 1931 Packard 840 Deluxe Eight Dual Cowl Phaeton #190397 – $225,000.00 – $325,000.00/ $264,000 €224,872 Mid

Beige, Grey and orange over Orange leather. 120HP 385cui I8. 4 speed manual. Unknown car, restored 70s, T.J. Day ’84, exceptional condition.

 


#32 – 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II Coupe #C5613262 – $100,000.00 – $150,000.00 N/R/ Withdrawn Withdrawn N/A

White over light Blue leather. 300BHP 368cui V8. 3 speed auto. Willametta Keck Day, USA (1), retained by the Day family. Totally original, 19,964 miles from new. Air con. Well maintained.

 


#33 – 1965 Porsche 356SC 1600 Coupe #131727 – $130,000.00 – $160,000.00 N/R/ $79,200 €67,462 -39%

Irish Green over Saddle. 95BHP 1582cc Flat 4. 4 speed manual. Unknown, US car. California vendor, part restored and well maintained. Retrimmed in Saddle, replacing original Black leatherette. Great tour car. Porsche COA and docs.

 


#34 – 1998 Ferrari F355 Coupe #111485 – $90,000.00 – $120,000.00 N/R/ $66,000 €56,218 -27%

Grigio over Cuoio leather. 375BHP 3496cc V8. 6 speed manual. Unknown US car, well maintained. Largely original, 26,300 miles from new.

 

 


#35 – 1957 Porsche 356A 1600 Super Speedster #83366 – $475,000.00 – $550,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

White over Red. 75BHP 1582cc Flat 4. 4 speed manual. Unknown Swiss car, later to USA and later still to Jerry Manna, Bob McDowell, via Road Scholars ’09 to vendor, restored by Clark and Carter. 30,000km from new. Matching numbers. Docs.

 


#36 – 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible #59E004429 – $125,000.00 – $150,000.00/ $126,500 €107,751 Mid

Red over White leather. 345BHP 396cui V8. 4 speed Auto. Unknown US car, delivery in triple black, vendor for decades, restored in Red over White.

 


#37 – 1909 Thomas-Flyer Model K 6-70 Flyabout #K179 – $750,000.00 – $1,100,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Red over Black leather. 70HP 748cui I6. 4 speed manual. Very rare. Unknown car, ex Harrah collection as a rolling chassis, ex Wolfgang Gawor 6-70 engine, newly built bodywork by Stan Francis and other period components, restored completed ’93, shown at Amelia in ’08, AACA award winner.


#38 – 1956 Maserati 300S #3069 – $6,000,000.00 – $7,000,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Red over Race. 245BHP 2992cc I6. 4 speed manual. Possible works car ’56, Armando Zampiero, Italy ’57 (1), upgraded to ’57 spec, via Maserat to Marciello Giambertone (2), Portuguese GP ’57 Fangio 1st, exported to South America, Sao Paolo Fangio 1st, Interlagos Fangio 1st, engine switched with #3062, Severino Gomez-Silva, Brazil (3), Henrique Casini (4), Barra da Tijuca ’58 1st, Fernando Barreto (5), Buenos Aires 1000km, raced through early 70s, rebodied, unknown, discovered by Colin Crabbe, UK ’78, restored by ’83, various, Michel Seydoux, France, Lord Laidlaw, UK, unnamed vendor ’90s, restored by DL George and Paul Lanzante, engine #3058/31 fitted.


#39 – 1990 Ferrari 348TB 82673 – $100,000.00 – $120,000.00 N/R/ $57,200 €48,722 -42%

Blu Medio over Grigio leather. 300BHP 3404cc V8. 5 speed manual. via Ferrari of Monterey, well maintained, engine out service by Forza Motors ’14, vendor ’14. 2 owners and 11,200 miles from new. Excellent. Docs.

 


#40 – 1992 Nissan Skyline R32 GTR #BNR32-221085 – $75,000.00 – $85,000.00 N/R/ $86,900 €74,020 2%

Silver over Grey. 276BHP 2586cc twin turbo I6. 5 speed manual. RHD. Unknown Japanese car, very well maintained, totally original. NISMO front air duct. 6,700km from new. Not registered. Docs.

 


#41 – 1931 Studebaker President Four Seasons Roadster #7034735 – $170,000.00 – $220,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Two tone grey over Red leather. 122BHP 337cui I8. 3 speed manual. Unknown car, beautifully restored ’05. 1 of 54. Eligible for any CCCA event.

 


#42 – 2003 Ferrari Enzo #133118 – $2,000,000.00 – $2,500,000.00/ $2,040,500 €1,738,075 Mid

Nero over Cuoio. 651BHP 5998cc V12. 6 speed F1 semi manual. 1 of 2 in colour scheme. Steve Wynn, USA (1), via Ferrari of Orange County to vendor (2), 16,595 miles from new. 15,000 mile service completed ’17 by Ferrari of Denver. Classiche certification applied for.

 


#43 – 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Fuel Injected Coupe #30837S118180 – $340,000.00 – $380,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A 

Sebring Silver over Black. 360BHP 327cui V8. 4 speed manual. via MF Jones Chevrolet to unknown, restored by Naber Motors ’15, 25 miles since. concours award winner. Very rare.

 


#44 – 1985 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 #VF3741R76E5100127 – $225,000.00 – $275,000.00 N/R/ $198,000 €168,654 -12%

Grey over Grey. 197BHP Turbo 1775cc I4. 5 speed manual and four wheel drive. 1 of 200 built for homologation. German delivery to unknown, via Uwe Ohlsen Automobile to vendor. 1,113 km from new. May require recommissioning. Totally original.

 


#45 – 1980 Ferrari 312T5 312-046 – On request/  Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Red race over race. 515BP 2992cc V12. 5 speed manual. Grand Prix car for Scheckter ’80, South African Grand Prix DNF, US GP West 5th, Belgian GP 8th, Monaco GP DNF, French GP 12th, British GP 10th, German GP 13th, Dutch GP 9th, Italian GP DNS, Luigi Chinetti Jr. (2), vendor (3), prepared and well maintained by Phil Denney, large spares package.


#46 – 1985 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale #ZLA038AR000000005 – $350,000.00 – $450,000.00 N/R/ $440,000 €374,787 Mid

Nero over Red Alcantara and leather. 247BHP Turbo and supercharged I4. 5 speed manual and four wheel drive. 1 of 200 built for homologation. Vendor from new, delivered in Italy on Tourist plates, 8,900km from new. May require recommissioning.

 


#47 – 1972 Chevrolet Corvette 454 Roadster #1Z67W2S507664 – $85,000.00 – $105,000.00 N/R/ $44,000 €37,479 -48%

Elkhart green metallic over saddle. 270BHP 454 cui V8. 3 speed auto. Unknown US car, original car, vendor ’00s, restored. Docs.

 

 


#48 – 1964 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark III #BJ8 HBJ8L 27207 – $75,000.00 – $100,000.00 N/R/ $77,000 €65,588 Mid

Sage Green over Biscuit. 150BHP 2912cc I6. 4 speed manual. via Kjell Qvale to unknown, USA in Colorado Red over Black, later to Kurt Tanner, restored in current livery. Beautiful. Docs.

 


#49 – 1938 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet #191150 – $525,000.00 – $650,000.00/ $368,500 €313,884 -30%

Dark Blue over Grey leather. 78BHP 3208 I6. 4 speed manual. Unknown German car, confiscated during WW2, exported to USA ’60s, later returned to Europe, restored by Almar Restoration in ’07, new Cabriolet A style bodywork fitted, wonderful car.


#50 – 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/390 Roadster #194677S102584 – $100,000.00 – $125,000.00 N/R/ $90,200 €76,831 -10%

Goodwood Green over Black. 390BHP 427cui V8. M21 4 speed manual. Unknown car, restored, Gold Certification at the 2017 Bloomington Gold Corvette event. Matching numbers.

 


#51 – 1955 Ford Crown Victoria Sunliner #U5GF165121 – $60,000.00 – $80,000.00 N/R/ $74,800 €63,714 Mid

Snowshow White and Tropical Rose over matching vinyl. 162BHP 272cui V8. Auto. Unknown California car. Restored. Rare and impressive.

 

 


#52 – 1962 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight #S850664 – On request/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

White and Blue over Race. 293BHP 3781cc I6. 5 speed ZF manual. 7th of 11 examples built. Registered “5114WK” before delivery to Briggs Cunningham (1), originally fitted with a Jaguar 4 speed manual, Le Mans ’63 Hansgen/ Pabst (#14) DNF, returned to works for a replacement bonnet and 5 speed ZF gearbox, delivered to USA, Road America ’63 Hansgen/ Richards 11th, Bridgehampton ’63 Richards 4th, placed on museum display, Robert Lane ’70s (2), Anthony Bamford, UK ’73 (3), Paul Vestey (4), Adrian Hamilton (5), unknown, Mike Fisher, restored by Richard Freshman ’80s with a replacement engine fitted although original remains with car, Campbell McLaren (owned twice), prepared and maintained by Lynx Engineering, David Vine ’95, Andre Bloom ’98, via Blackhawk Collection to unnamed, Hong Kong ’03, original matching numbers example. Docs.


#53 – 1986 Ford RS200 #SFACXXBJ2CGL00133 – $200,000.00 – $300,000.00/ $181,500 €154,600 -9%

White over red. 250BHP 1803cc Turbo I4. 5 speed manual and four wheel drive. 1 of 200 buit for homologation. Unknown, later to US, vendor from ’89, not regisered. 8,300 miles from new. Recommissioning may be required.

 


#54 – 1955 Lancia Aurelia B24S Spider America #B24S 1110 – $1,200,000.00 – $1,500,000.00/ $1,265,000 €1,077,513 Mid

Grigio Chiaro over Rosso Scuro leather. 118BHP 2451cc V6. 4 speed manual. Maurizio Pini, Italy (1?), later exported to USA, discovered in Brooklyn by Francesco de Piero, Canada, paid $1500, returned to Italy for restoration that never happened, sold to Giancarlo Cappa, restored by Fara and others in original colours ’12. Rare and excellent car. via RM Monaco ’14 for $1.08 million.


#55 – 1953 Chrysler Special Coupe by Ghia #7231533 – $550,000.00 – $750,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Two tone blue over Blue. 180BHP 331cui V8. 4 speed semi auto. 1 of 18. via Société France Motors to industrialist Leon Coulibeuf, France (1), unkown, discoved by Jacques Pelve ’90s, restored in current livery, concours award winner.

 


#56 – 1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL #113044-10-002826 – $100,000.00 – $120,000.00 N/R/ Withdrawn Withdrawn N/A

Signal Red over Cognac leather. 180BHP 2778cc I6. 4 speed manual. US car, unknown, repainted and new interior fitted. Matching numbers, excellent car. Well maintained.

 


#57 1961 Porsche Junior L108 Tractor L2360 $45,000.00 $60,000.00 N/R/ $77,000 €65,588 28%

Red tractor. 15HP 822cc Single. 6 speed manual. Restored to impressive condition.

 


#58 – 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 – CSX3359 – $1,600,000.00 – $2,000,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Monza Red over Black leather. Sold RM Monterey ’14 for $1.705 million. 2nd to last built. Pletcher Ford (1), Frank W. Hultslander (2), Hexagon Motors UK ’71 (3), stored until ’76, Richard Buxbaum, USA (4), only 512 miles from new, various owners including Jerome A. Shinkay, James S. Ward, Ferrari of Los Gatos, Timothy Lewy, John Mozart, Lawrence Bowman, restored by Mike McCluskey. 1,880 miles from new. Authentic and original.


#59 1962 Lotus Elite Series 2 Super 95 Coupe 1334 $90,000.00 $125,000.00 N/R/ $79,200 €67,462 -12%

Cream over Brown. 95BHP 1126cc I4. 4 speed manual. Unknown US car, Don Galameau ’80s as a basket case, restored, via John Mullen to Vendor, Walter Nelson ’04, repurchased ’08. Remarkable. Meticulously maintained.

 


#60 1972 BMW 3.0 CSL 2212314 $290,000.00 $330,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Colorado Orange over Black leather. 185BHP 2985cc I6. 4 speed manual. Euro car delivered via BMW Italia to unknown, later with Lorenzo Matteucci ’08, exported to USA in 13 for Peter Gleeson, Victor Preisler ’14. 75,000km from new. Original and matching numbers. Docs.

 


#61 – 1956 Maserati A6G/54 Gran Sport Frua Spider #2180 – $3,200,000.00 – $4,000,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Rosso and Avorio over Beige leather. 1st of 9 Carrozzeria Frua Spiders. via Simone & Thepenier to Cavet, Venezuela (1), unknown, Thomas Dailey, USA ’70s, Louis Rader, Ford 289 cui V8 fitted, redone in Dark Blue over Black. Restoration begun in Rosso, sold to Dana Beall and Mike Brackett, refurbed from ’99, vendor ’99, restored by Carrozzeria Autosport and Modena Motori with engine #2146 along with a OEM transmission. FIVA certified, Villa d’Este class winner ’08, displayed in the Museo Enzo Ferrari ’14, returned to Autosport where chassis was braced. Stunning example. Docs.


#62 1953 Buick Skylark 17057172 $125,000.00 $150,000.00 N/R/ $115,500 €98,382 -8%

Mandarin red over red and white. 188BHP 322cui V8. Auto. Unknown, US car, restored to perfection ’04. Concours award winner.

 

 


#63 – 1963 Ferrari 400SA Aerodynamico Coupe #5029SA – On request/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Grigio Argento over Rosso leather. 340BHP 3967cc V12. 4 speed manual. 15th of 18 built. Autoservizi Maggiore Srl. (1) in Grigio Argento over Rosso leather, Vittorio Giovanni Maggiore (2), exported to USA, Caskey USA (3?), repainted dark blue metallic. Mark Smith ’97 (4), reconditioned, Massimo Rossi, Switzerland (5), Fully restored by Carrozzeria Zanasi, Tappezzeria Luppi and Ferrari Suisse SA in original colours, Lee Herrington, USA ’05 (6), Andrews Collection (7), restored by Bob Smith Coachworks, Platinum award winner, via RM Andrews ’15 for $2.86 million to unnamed vendor (8). Concours award winner and Classiche certified.


#64 1956 Porsche 356A 1600 Speedster D 81216 $275,000.00 $325,000.00 N/R/ $297,000 €252,981 Mid

Red over Black leatherette. 60BHP 1582cc Flat 4. 4 speed manual. Unknown car, William Benz, California, USA ’78, 1600cc engine fitted at some point. Stored from ’99 until ’15, vendor since. Totally original. Excellent example, ready for events.

 


#65 – 1972 Ferrari 365GTS/4 #16573 – $2,700,000.00 – $3,000,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Marrone Colorado over Beige leather. 352BHP 4390cc V12. 5 speed manual. via Chinetti-Garthwaite and Orange Motors with air conditioning, displayed at the Miami Motor Show to Robert Gittleman, USA (1), unknown, Tom Turnas ’77 (2?), Jake Weaver (3), Terry Jones (4), repainted, via Joe Marchetti to Tom Murphy (5), Steve Levy ’00 (6), restored by Motion Products in original livery. 17,674 miles from new. Concours award winner. Docs.


#66 – 1966 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2 Roadster #1E13757 – $225,000.00 – $275,000.00 N/R/ $242,000 €206,133 Mid

Black over Black leather. 265BHP 4235cc I6. 4 speed manual. via JDNA to Bobby Darin, USA (1), Barry Serlis ’75 (2), unnamed vendor ’14 (3?), restored by Images Auto Body in original livery. Docs. Beautifully finished.

 


#67 – 1968 Maserati Mistral 4000 Spider #AM109/SA1*691 – $750,000.00 – $900,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Rosso over Rosso leather. 265BHP 4014cc I6. 5 speed ZF manual. Argento Auteuil Metalizzato over Marrone leather. Signor Rol, Italy (1), later exported to the USA, Joseph Phillips, Ken Swarzwalder, Will Stevenson, vendor from ’05, redone in Root Beer Brown over Tan. Restored in original colours, repainted Rosso during restoration, 7,000 miles since. Concours award winner.


#68 1904 Humber 8.5HP Two Seater 2411 $135,000.00 $160,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Blue and White over Grey leather. 8.5HP 1.3 litre I2. 3 speed manual. Unknown UK car, registered “DL 39”, unnamed ’50, restored, used on the London-to-Brighton Run, stored from ’91, via Brooks ’00 to US vendor. Restored by Taylor Engine. Stored, recommissioned.

 


#69 – 1975 Lancia Stratos HF #829AR0 0000008 – $400,000.00 – $550,000.00 N/R/ $363,000 €309,199 -9%

Turquoise Blue over Black. 192BHP 2418cc V6. 5 speed manual. Unfinished car, Autosport Jolly Club (1), unknown, Switzerland (2), unknown, Amoruso Euegen Damiano ’88, via Ed Waterman to unnamed, Central American vendor ’89, 12,700km from new. Wonderful patina, totally original. Docs.


#70 1959 AC Ace Bristol BEX1003 $300,000.00 $350,000.00/ $451,000 €384,157 29%

Old English White over Red leather. 130BHP 1971cc Bristol I6. 4 speed manual. via Motorsport Corp. to vendor ’59, raced in SCCA events ’59 and ’60, stored from ’62 until ’99, restored from ’99, 1,000 miles since.

 


#71 – 1976 Maserati Khamsin #AM120*210 – $175,000.00 – $225,000.00 N/R/ $148,500 €126,491 -15%

Luci del Bosco over Marron leather. 320BHP 4930cc V8. 5 speed ZF manual. Vendor (1) from ’76, 28,000km from new. Totally original and beautifully preserved. Docs.

 


#72 – 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H Coupe #SFM6S1183 – $150,000.00 – $180,000.00 N/R/ $115,500 €98,382 -23%

Sapphire Blue and Hertz trim over Black. 306BHP 289cui V8. 4 speed manual. via Schwister Ford and Tomlinson Motor Company to Mr. Roger Underwood, USA (1), unknown, Tim Nolan, Jerry Howard, OEM manual transmission fitted although auto remains with the catr, unknown, Californian vendor. Restored by Vintage Iron.


#73 1995 McLaren F1 F1-044 – On request/ $15,620,000 €13,304,944 N/A

Base Silver over Red and Black/ grey leather. 627BHP 6064cc BMW V12. 6 speed manual. 1st of 7 US cars federalised by Ameritech after sale to vendor (1), well maintained by BMW North America and McLaren. 1 owner and low mileage.

 


#74 – 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL #WDBBA48D8KA100623 – $45,000.00 – $65,000.00 N/R/ $66,000 €56,218 2%

Dark Grey metallic over Black leather. 225BHP 5549cc V8. 4 speed auto. Well optioned US car, California vendor from ’07, 27,000 miles from new. Excellent. California emissions compliant.

 


#75 1979 Toyota BJ40 Convertible BJ40-042089 $65,000.00 $85,000.00/ $101,200 €86,201 19%

N/R Desert Storm tan over Brown. 80BHP 2977cc I4. 4 speed manual and four wheel drive. Recent restoration by marque specialists. Very rare model.

 


#76 – 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8 Cabriolet #876540 – $175,000.00 – $225,000.00 N/R/ $148,500 €126,491 -15%

Old English White over Red leather. 265BHP 3781cc I6. 4 speed manual. Jeff Carlisi, USA (1), restored by John Sherman ’83, well maintained, vendor ’16 (2), .38 Special original guitar included. Docs.

 


#77 – 1956 Ferrari 250GT Boano #0543GT – $1,100,000.00 – $1,400,000.00/ $1,133,000 €965,077 Mid

Black over Burgundy leather. 240BHP 2953cc V12. 4 speed manual. via Autoval SA to unknown, France, unknown, Chuck Sweeney & Bill Woodward, USA, Palm Springs ’58, Santa Barbara ’58, Dillingham Field ’58, Mr. Bentley, Canada, various, J B Durham, USA ’06, offered at Gooding Pebble Beach ’06, restored in current livery, via RM Monterey ’10 for $440k to Europe, offered at Bonhams Monaco ’11, later to Belgium (?), restored again by Bachelli & Villa ‘Autosport’, Tappezzeria Luppi and ‘L’Officina’. Classiche certified, FIVA ID and Belgian Carte Grise.


#78 – 1983 Lancia 037 Stradale #ZLA151AR000000159 – $300,000.00 – $400,000.00 N/R/ $264,000 €224,872 -12%

Red over Grey velour. 205BHP 1995cc Supercharged I4. 5 speed manual. via Mr. Edoardo A. Magnone to vendor. 9,342km from new. Recommissioning may be needed. Docs.

 


#79 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Brewster Regent Convertible Coupe S82PM $275,000.00 $325,000.00/ $253,000 €215,503 -8%

Black over Burgundy leather. 100BHP 7668cc I6. 3 speed manual. Harley Douglas Hutchins, USA (1), fitted with St. Stephens 7 pass Town car bodywork, updated with Regent bodywork by Brewster, unknown, later to a NE US collection, great condition. Handsome and desirable.

 


#80 – 1980 Maserati Shamal #ZAM339B00MA300060 – $125,000.00 – $175,000.00 N/R/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Nero over Pella Nera. 326BHP 3217cc Twin Turbo V8. 6 speed Getrag manual. 1 of 369. Swiss car, vendor ’94. 6,200km from new. Beautiful car. Docs.

 


#81 – 1966 Ferrari 275GTS #08335 – $1,850,000.00 – $2,200,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Azzuro Metallizzato over Nero leather. 260BHP 3286cc V12. 5 speed manual. via Auto-Becker to Mortimer Rosenbaum, USA (1), unnamed ’86 (2), Walnut Creek Ferrari ’90 (3), Dennis Farrey ’92 (4), Dr. Ervin “Bud” Lyon (5), restored by Paul Russell in ’97, via Stephen Serio to Chris Lynch ’04 (6), Don Gaiter ’11 (7). 34,763 miles from new. Classiche application.


#82 1964 Lotus 34 Indy car 2 $1,800,000.00 $2,500,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

White race over race. 495BHP 4195cc V8. 2 speed ZF manual. Indy ’64 spare car, Milwaukee Mile ’64 Foyt DNF, Trenton 200 Jones 1st, rebuilt by Lujie Lesovsky and George Bignotti, renamed Sheraton-Thompson special for ’65 and raced by A.J. Foyt (1), Jimmy Bryan Memorial 150 DNF, Indy 500 DNF, Rex Mays Classic DNF, Langhorne 150 DNF, Trenton 150 1st, Indy 4th, Langhorne 125 2nd, Atlanta Championship 250 6th, Trenton 200 1st, Bobby Ball Memorial 200 1st, continued to race through ’66, Trenton 200 3rd, stored until ’92, vendor ’92 (2), restored by Race Car Restorations in Indianapolis. Excellent and very authentic.


#83 – 1971 Ferrari 365GTB/4 #14417 – $500,000.00 $700,000.00/ $511,500 €435,690 Mid

Rosso Ferrari over Nero and Rosso leather. 352BHP 4390cc V12. 5 speed manual. via Luigi Chinetti, Algar Ferrari and Kirk F White to Jack May, USA (1), collected at Ferrari before export to USA, unnamed vendor ’10 (2), totally original. Docs.

 


#84 1957 AC Aceca Bristol BE603 $175,000.00 $250,000.00 N/R/ $192,500 €163,969 Mid

Red and White race over Red race. 145BHP 1991cc Bristol I6. 4 speed manual. Jack Fernandez, Venezuela (1), returned to UK in ’58, USA since ’04, Adrian Hall at some point, converted to race spec. Continued to compete in the USA since ’00, well maintained by Virtuoso Performance, Stellar.


#85 – 1958 Ferrari 250GT Tour de France #0899GT – on request/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Rosso Corsa race over Tan leather. 260BHP 2953cc V12. 4 speed manual. Eduardo Lualdi-Gabardi, Italy (1), Coppa della Consuma ’58, Varese-Campo di Fiori Hill Climb ’58, Coppa InterEuropa ’58 3rd, Trofeo Lumezzane ’58 2nd, Coppa Sant’ Ambroeus ’58 1st, Ferdinando Pagliarini (2), raced through ’59, Coppa San Marino Hill Climb 3rd, Castell’ Arquato-Vernasca Hill Climb 1st, Coppa della Concuma Hill Climb 2nd IC, Pontedecimo-Giovi Hill Climb 2nd IC, Paul Mounier (3), raced incl. Rallye Alger-Hassi Messaoud-Alger ’60 4th, Oran Hill Climb, Rouen GP 7th. road crash, Aldo Montagna (4), engine sold, remaining bodywork sold to Carrosserie Rueda, Remains to Jacques O’Hana ’69 (5), François Chevallier (6), sold back to O’Hana, Michel Fery, Monaco ’87 (7), bodywork created and fitted by Carrozzeria AutoSport ’90s, further refurbishment by Ferrari Classiche ’12, Classiche certified with a newly cast Tipo 128C engine, vendor, USA ’10s (8), mechanically rebuilt by Rod Drew, Francorchamps Ferrari Service, Rex Nguyen and Moto Technique, concours award winner. Docs.


#86 – 1938 Cadillac Series 90 Convertible Coupe #5270289 – $275,000.00 – $325,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Italian Cream over Red leather. 185BHP 452cui V8. 3 speed manual. via Scotts Smith Cadillac Company with an Imperial Limousine body to unknown, Mr. James Kiser ’52, restored with a Convertible Coupe body fitted by Russell Jackson, unnamed ’02, concours award winner.

 


#87 – 1987 Ferrari F40 #87030 – $1,000,000.00 – $1,300,000.00/ $1,457,500 €1,241,482 12%

Rosso Corsa over Rosso and Nero leather. 478BHP 2936cc twin turbo V8. 5 speed manual. via Ron Tonking Gran Turismo to unnamed US consigner (1), stored for many years, recently recommissioned. 2,100 miles from new.

 


#88 – 1977 Ferrari 308GTB #22219 – $85,000.00 – $110,000.00 N/R/ $73,700 €62,777 -13%

Verde Pinot over Tan leather. 255BHP 2926cc V8. 5 speed manual. Unknown UK car, recent major engine out service. Largely original. 41,000 miles from new. Docs.

 


#89 – 1963 Chevrolet Corvette 327/300 Coupe #30837S105895 – $100,000.00 – $130,000.00 N/R/ $83,600 €71,210 -16%

Daytona Blue over Black. 300BHP 327 cui L75 V8. 5 speed Tremec manual. Restored at some point, original 4 speed manual replaced with newer Tremec.

 


#90 – 1957 BMW 503 Cabriolet #69090 – $550,000.00 $750,000.00/ $583,000 €496,593 Mid

Charcoal Grey Metallic over Light Brown leather. 140BHP 3168cc V8. 4 speed manual. via Hoffman Motors in Japanrot over Tan leather to Mr. Geoffrey Mavis, USA (1), retained by family until ’13, vendor (2), restored by Scott Grundfor in current livery. Concours award winner. Docs.

 


#91 – 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing #198.040-55-00771 – $900,000.00 – $1,100,000.00/ $919,600 €783,305 Mid

DB 534 red over 953 black leather. Unknown US car, returned to Germany for a new aluminium engine, John Olson, USA ’78, restored, used on tours, Mille Miglia etc., Alex Dearborn ’88, repainted in original colours, unnamed East Coast collection ’90, well maintained and carefully stored, excellent condition. Highly desirable. Docs.


#92 1955 Porsche 356 Pre A Continental Coupe 54215 $190,000.00 $260,000.00/ $288,200 €245,486 11%

Graphite Silver over Red leather. 55BHP 1488cc Flat 4. 4 speed manual. Unknown US car, later restored by Skip McCabe. Docs and parts.

 

 


#93 – 1985 Ferrari 288GTO #53301 – $1,900,000.00 – $2,200,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Rosso Corsa over Nero leather. 394BHP 2855cc Turbo V8. 5 speed manual. via Daytona Imports to Dr. Allen Meril, USA (1), federalised, unnamed ’17 (2), 67,700km from new. Original. Docs.

 


#94 – 1972 Ferrari 246GT #04092 – $330,000.00 – $380,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Rosso over Rosso and Saddle. Unnamed, Italy (1), unknown, later imported into USA, vendor ’85, restored in original livery, 4000 miles since.

 

 


#95 1933 Delage D8S Coupe 38186 $700,000.00 $800,000.00/ $649,000 €552,811 -7%

Chassis only fitted with works built bodywork to Letourner et Marchands design. 118BHP 4050cc I8. 4 speed manual. 1 of 4 built, 1 of 2 survivors. Displayed at Salon de Paris ’34, unknown until discovery by Retornaz in ’50s, stored for some years, CAR Howard, UK ’99, unnamed Spanish dealer, restored from an original example, very elegant.

 


#96 1990 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary ZA9C005A0KLA12923 $300,000.00 $350,000.00/ $286,000 €243,612 -5%

Rosso Siviglia over Black leather. 335BHP 5167cc V12. 5 speed manual. via Emilian Auto Spa to UK (1), Unnamed, Italy ’11 (2), Unnamed, USA ’14. 2,700km from new. Well maintained.

 


#97 1910 Cadillac Model 30 Tourer 45042 $100,000.00 $130,000.00/ $104,500 €89,012 Mid

Dark red over dark red leather. 30BHP 226cui I4. 3 speed sliding gear manual. Unknown car, restored ’11, Concours star.

 

 


#98 – 1966 Maserati Sebring 3700 Series II #AM101S*10403 – $300,000.00 – $400,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Rosso Corboda over Pelle Bianca leather. 245BHP 3694cc I6. 5 speed ZF manual. via Auto Paris to Sig. Claudio Vidal Corbera, Spain (1), retained until ’14, totally original, 34,000km from new. Concours star. Maserati Classiche certified, Docs.

 


#99 1936 Talbot-Lago T120 Sport Cabriolet 85722 $375,000.00 $475,000.00/ $352,000 €299,830 -6%

Green over Tan leather. 90BHP 2996cc I6. 4 speed pre-select manual. 1 of 40 with Figoni coachwork, 1 of 5 survivors, Jacques Puget, France (1), Maurice Martignon ’39 (2), unknown ’61 (3), unnamed, USA ’62 (4), restored by Doug Carr, Geoffrey Mitford-Taylor, Christiansen Plating, Alan Taylor and others ’05. Concours award winner.

 


#100 1964 Porsche 356SC 1600 Cabriolet 159378 $190,000.00 $230,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Signal Red over Black leather. 95BHP 1582cc Flat 4. 4 speed manual. Unknown car, restored ’90s, 8,000 miles since, vendor ’06, concours winner, well maintained. Porsche COA.

 


#101 – 1958 Lancia Aurelia B24S Cabriolet #B24S 1678 – $350,000.00 – $450,000.00/ $341,000 €290,460 -3%

Black over Red leather. 110BHP 2451cc V6. 4 speed manual. US car from new, unknown ’83, vendor since ’17. Largely original, exceptional condition, beautifully preserved. Recent mechanical service. Docs.

 


#102 – 1969 Ferrari 365GT 2+2 #13269 – $250,000.00 – $300,000.00/ $220,000 €187,394 -12%

Grigio Mahmoud over Beige leather. 320BHP 4390cc V12. 5 speed manual. via Italcar S.p.A to Mr. Banololino Mussa, Italy (1), unnamed ’82 (2), unnamed (3), Tommaso Gelmini (4), Paul Pappalardo, USA ’12 (5), unnamed (6). Part restored and very well maintained.

 


#103 – 1978 Maserati Khamsin #AM20*1224 – $140,000.00 – $180,000.00 N/R/ $148,500 €126,491 Mid

Tobacco over Cinghiale leather. 320BHP 4930cc V8. 5 speed manual. via Kjell Qvale to Jim Liston, USA (1), Sam Dibitonto ’89 (2), vendor ’13 (3). Docs.

 


#104 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird RM23U0A164599 $140,000.00 $160,000.00/ $154,000 €131,176 Mid

Tor Red over Black. 375BHP 440cui V8. 3 speed auto. Unknown, USA (1), Dean & Joyce Luke ’72 (2), unknown (3). 6 year restoration to original.

 


#105 1923 Stutz Speedway 4 Roadster 13253 $175,000.00 $225,000.00/ Not Sold Not Sold N/A

Red and Black over Black. 88HP 360cui I4. 3 speed manual. Restored ’60s, later museum stored, disinterred and engine preparation by Paul Freehill, recent maintenance by Mosier.

 


#106 1965 Porsche 356C Cabriolet 162126 $120,000.00 $150,000.00 N/R/ $145,200 €123,680 Mid

Irish Green over black leather. 75BHP 1582cc Flat 4. 4 speed manual. Christopher Lloyd, USA (1), unnamed ’11 (2), well maintained, original. Mechanically excellent. 55,000 miles from new. Docs and Porsche COA.

 


#107 – 1952 Lancia Aurelia B20GT 2nd Series #B20 1580 – $220,000.00 – $260,000.00/ $225,500 €192,078 Mid

Black over Black. 80BHP 1991cc V6. 4 speed manual. Unknown, Italian car, seized by Italian authorities in ’72, later restored by Scuderia Azzurra, vendor, mechanically refurbished by Omicron Engineering. Excellent and rare.

 


#108 1930 Lincoln Model L Le Baron Convertible Roadster 64277 $75,000.00 $100,000.00 N/R/ $66,000 €56,218 -12%

Two tone grey and black over Brown leather. 90BHP 385cui V8. 3 speed manual. 1 of 100. Well restored.

 

 


#109 1936 BMW 319 Cabriolet 57546 $60,000.00 $80,000.00 N/R/ $51,700 €44,037 -14%

Blue and Cream over Red leather. 45BHP 1911cc I6. 4 speed manual. Unknown, later exported to Guatemala ’50s, restored ’91, later still in museum display ’11, ideal for concours.

 


#110 2003 BMW Z8 Alpina WBAEJ13423AH62283 $200,000.00 $250,000.00/ $203,500 €173,339 Mid

Silver Metallic over Black leather. 1 of 450 US cars, via San Francisco BMW to vendor (1), 1,591 miles from new. Recent cosmetic freshening.

 

 


#111 – 1947 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible #7404990 – $90,000.00 – $120,000.00 N/R/ $143,000 €121,806 14%

Yellow Lustre over Brown leather. 135BHP 5302cc I8. 4 speed auto. Unknown car, very well maintained.

 

 

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