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Gooding Amelia Island – March 9th, 2018

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11am, March 9th, 2018

Racquet Park, Omni Amelia Island Plantation
6800 First Coast Hwy
Amelia Island, FL 32034

Dave Gooding left RM and founded his eponymous firm to take over as the official Pebble Beach auction partner and after trial sales at Palm Beach and the Chandler Collection broadened their offerings with a Scottsdale sale in 2009 and finally to three with their first Amelia sale in 2010. From the very beginning the sale was centered around both great pre-war and the best 1950s and 60s Ferrari’s and Porsche’s. The most successful examples of Goodings Amelia sale are always built on offering private collections, 2012s Drendel collection of Porsche Turbo’s boosting results to $36 million with multiple records and the Jerry Seinfeld collection sell off in 2016 combining with a California to hit nearly $59 million.  The 2017 sale was highlighted by offering a Jaguar XKSS although the revelation that it had a replacement engine meant it failed to meet even its lowered estimate and the total dropped to $30.5 million.

Date – sold/offered/% – Gross sale total (US$) – High sale (US$)

12/03/2010 57/71 (80%) $16,112,050 $2,750,000 1931 Voisin C-25
11/03/2011 67/84 (80%) $17,879,550 $1,870,000 1951 Ferrari 212 Export
9/03/2012 70/77 (91%) $36,057,800 $4,400,000 1973 Porsche 917/30
8/03/2013 69/71 (97%) $28,163,500 $2,750,000 1928 Bentley 4.5 Litre
7/03/2014 78/88 (89%) $30,953,450 $3,630,000 1968 Porsche 907
13/03/2015 76/87 (87%) $26,967,150 $3,300,000 1967 Ferrari 275GTB/4
11/03/2016 68/79 (86%) $58,807,150 $17,160,000 1961 Ferrari 250GT California SWB
10/03/2017 69/88 (78%) $30,568,700 $5,665,000 1998 Porsche 911GT1

9/03/2018 83/88 (94%) $35,937,000.00 $2,530,000.00 1966 Ferrari 275GTB

 

2018s sale may not have a major collection sell off but they are offering easily the best selection on  offer at Amelia this year AND some spectacular cars. The first of the major announcements was the offering of a Ford GT40 Mark IV, a very special race car that was designed and developed by Kar Kraft in the USA, with the 7 litre V8 from the Mark II, to be stronger and lighter than the original. By the time these cars hit the race track in 1967 they had little to do with the original GT40 other than the name and twelve chassis were built. Each of the first eight cars were raced once before the CSI banned them from racing while two further bare chassis were built up by Charlie Agapiou as Group 7 Can Am cars. Goodings car turned out to be one of the two final chassis frames that ended up with Rod Leach and took two decades for them to finally become actual cars. While the creation of these Mark IV was apparently completed with official parts from the FAV and Kar Kraft parts bin it must be said they have no contemporary history at all. As such this is a rather divisive lot although Gooding have rather smartly considered that an original must be $15 million while a replica might be just $200 – 300k and their estimate of $2 – 2.5 million seems reasonable. It must be said that any damage won’t rob the world of a priceless original example so its actually highly usable and eligible for anything so for the right collector its well worth a look.

 

 

 

The next announcement was the offering of an excellent collection of Porsche with some spectacular cars. The best of these is one of the four 911 Carrera RSR Turbo’s built in 1974, this example (R13) was the car that finished 2nd at Le Mans and would have won but for Porsche fixing the gearbox in the Matra that ran out the winner. As the most original of  the four and in the year that Martini has its own class, this car might seem expensive at $6 – 8 million, over double what the Drendel example sold for back in 2012 but it wouldn’t surprise if it exceeded even the $8 million high estimate. A 1976 934 that was raced between 1976 and 1986 before a Jim Torres restoration is on offer at $1.2 – 1.6 million and offers plenty of usability and is well worth the estimate. Finally a 962 that was raced by Brun in the 1990 WSR and presents as an excellent, original example that offers a user friendly opportunity to go and scare yourself silly at any track day, worth a look at the slightly bullish $1.5 – 2 million estimate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Perfect Porsche

Two Ferrari were the final marque lots that were marketed and they were a unique 212 Europa and a 410 Superamerica. The 410 Superamerica is one of a very limited run that was supplied to the USA and has had just three owners from new. After a restoration in original livery and offering the ability to enter any concours or driving event any future owner may wish this Ferrari is well worth the $5 – 6 million estimate and would be a highlight of any collection. The 212 Europa was fitted with unique Ghia Cabriolet coachwork when new and displayed at both the Geneva and Torino auto shows in 1952 before disappearing into obscurity in the 1970s. Rescued by Ferrari guru Tom Shaughnessy, this car had a very expensive and impressive restoration by Beckman Metal Works and others before a debut appearance at Pebble in ’17. While the 212 Europa is not the sportiest 1950s Ferrari and the design may not be to everyone’s taste it still offers a wonderful package although the $1.8 – 2.2 million estimate seems 20% too high.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fabulous Ferrari

Elsewhere there is only one great pre war car, a 1936 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio at $450 – 600k, good value for a totally original example but perhaps symbolic of the current shift away from these cars. Mid century collectibles are strong and include several barn finds, Porsches, Shelbys and more. Highlights include:

  • 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300Sb Coupe – $475,000 – 550,000.  An elegant full classic from the fabulous 50s. While related to the 300SL, more a concours star than driver. Still worth it
  • 1957 Porsche 356A Carrera 1500GS Coupe – $600,000 – 750,000. A rare matching numbers example of one of the greatest of 356s. May require a restoration so while market priced, the math question of how much it will cost to get from this condition to concours must be answered. Worth it for an adventure
  • 1957 Porsche 356A Speedster. $550,000 – 675,000. Well worth it for a car in this condition and livery. Already won concours so no risk.
  • 1958 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster. $1,000,000 – 1,250,000. An attractive example, priced right.
  • 1960 Porsche 356B Carrera GS/GT. $1,200,000 – 1,500,000. One of the ultimate 356s. Yes its expensive but find another. Its matching numbers and freshly restored so likely fine.
  • 1964 Shelby Cobra 289. $1,000,000 – 1,250,000. Looks gorgeous in silver over red. Well restored original and highly usable. Possibly value.
  • 1965 Lamborghini 350GT. $600,000 – 700,000. A highly original example in great colours. Market priced.
  • 1966 Shelby Cobra 427. $1,100,000 – 1,400,000. A restored example although not totally original. Good buying at the price, especially compared to the 427 sold at RM Scottsdale in January, needs to be checked out.
  • 1966 Porsche 911. $275,000 – 350,000. A gorgeous, concours quality example. Good value.
  • 1966 Ferrari 275GTB Alloy Longnose. $2,500,000 – 3,500,000. Totally original and ideal spec. A brilliant barn find, te market will likely go gaga over this. Requires restoration.
  • 1967 Shelby Cobra 427. $1,000,000 – 1,300,000. Lovely example, barn find from the same collection as the 275GTB. Should cause the market to have palpitations. Might sell for much, much more.
  • 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS. $750,000 – 900,000. A nice example with an older restoration. Seems a little expensive.
  • 1976 Ferrari 308GTB Vetroresina. $275,000 – 325,000. Not your ordinary 308. Freshly restored and worth it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Latter day collectibles 

As with every major auction, modern cars are all important and like Bonhams and RM/ Sotheby’s, Gooding are offering a 993 series GT2, although this one is not claimed to be ex Japan, otherwise there are the usual Porsche, Ferrari and more. Highlights include;

  • 1987 Porsche 959 Komfort. $900,000 – 1,200,000. A Japanese Porsche (like so many at Amelia ’18). Looks smashing in Guards Red. Federalized and priced right.
  • 1993 Porsche 911/964 Turbo S Lightweight. $1,600,000 – 2,000,000. 1 of just 86 examples and well maintained. So long as the actual registration ability and use match this would be good buying. Not sure it is worth this much, seems 20% too expensive.
  • 1994 Porsche 911/964 Turbo 3.6. $225,000 – 275,000. Gorgeous in Midnight Blue and good buying compared to other 911 of this era.
  • 1996 Porsche 911/993 Carrera RS 3.8. $600,000 – 700,000. Looks good in Blue. Expensive but then all 993 series 911 are.
  • 1996 Porsche 911/993 GT2. $1,500,000 – 1,800,000. What a surprise, another 993 series GT2. Expensive compared to the others on offer at Amelia.
  • 1997 Porsche 911/993 Turbo S. $325,000 – 375,000. An actual Florida delivered 993 series car. A known car, worth a look.
  • 2003 Ferrari Enzo 133495. $2,400,000 – 2,700,000. A nice, very well maintained example. Market correct.
  • 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. $800,000 – 1,000,000. Just 109 miles from new but then a lot of Carrera GT are low mileage and this is expensive.
  • 2007 Ferrari 599GTB Fiorano. $375,000 – 475,000. Yes it is a 6 speed manual BUT its expensive, however they were going for $200k more back in 2015.
  • 2011 Porsche 911/997 GT2 RS. $500,000 – 600,000. Very rare and expensive but its a great example and market correct.
  • 2015 Porsche 918. $1,400,000 – 1,700,000. A good example and ideal condition. Market correct.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modern collectibles, not just Porsche, well kinda.

Unusually for a Gooding auction there are actually plenty of interesting cars on offer at less than $200k. Highlights of these affordable classics include:

  • 1953 Porsche 356 1500 Super Coupe. $70,000 – 90,000. A highly original example with a VW engine fitted but so much cheaper than a Speedster and just as much fun.
  • 1954 Kurtis K500S KK500S024. $125,000 – 175,000. Said to be original and ex Kurtis family. Lots of fun for very little money.
  • 1958 Mercedes-Benz 300D Adenaur. It might be a staid saloon but its not so different to a 300SL. Great condition and relatively cheap.
  • 1959 Porsche 356A Cabriolet. $175,000 – 225,000. Freshly restored in gorgeous colours. Cheap compared to a Speedster.
  • 1963 Alpine A110. $120,000 – 140,000. Actual race history and ready for anything. Rare in the USA and worth it for something unique.
  • 1968 Mercedes-Benz 600SWB. $120,000  – 150,000. Rare big saloon, still more impressive than most moderns barges. Average value.
  • 1969 Porsche 911S 2.0. $150,000 – 200,000. A gorgeous restored SWB 911. Priced right.
  • 1982 Porsche 928. $25,000 – 35,000. A lovely 928, these must be collectible. Sooner or later.
  • 1983 March 83G Chevrolet. $200,000 – 300,000. A proper race car, IMSA champion ’83 and ’84. Well worth it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Affordable classics, an eclectic bunch

Gooding & Co. will be the most exciting of the three auctions and recommended watching for anyone interested. Bravo.

Results

Goodings Amelia Island sale was expected to be a blockbuster with a selection of classics that was second to none. Unfortunately despite fully 83 of the 88 lots on offer finding new homes, three of those unsold were the Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Turbo (bid to 5.4 million), Ferrari 410 Superamerica (3.9 million) and Porsche 356B Carrera, leaving a minimum $12 million on the table. While nearly $50 million may have been expected, the resulting $35.7 million gross was acceptable and still the third best result for the sale. Not just a topic of media speculation, the barnfind 275GTB was the top seller and fetched $2.53 million which was a mid estimate amount. Despite its spectacularly original condition, it pains me to note that the car was going to require $300 – 500k in work to be usable yet it outside the much nice example at RM Sothebys, such is the markets love for original cars.

Only a few cars sold above their estimates, the Nash Airflyte for $88k against a $35 – 45k estimate, Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Targa at $132k against a $75 – 100k estimate and the super original Shelby Cobra 427 which was given a suspiciously low estimate which sold for $1.457 million against a $1.1 – 1.4 million estimate. Plenty more cars sold for mid estimate sums and they were lead a selection of Porsche, namely the 911/ 964 Turbo S Lightweight which made $1.76 million, the 962 at $1.595 million, 918 at $1.54 million, 934 at $1.32 million and 959 at $1.1 million. Other cars to sell well were the Meredes-Benz 300SL Roadster at $1.0725 million, the second Shelby Cobra 427 at $1.045 million and the Shelby Cobra 289 at $1.045 million.

A sign of these times was the sheer number of cars selling for below, some significantly, estimate sales. The Ferrari Enzo at $2.365 million and the Porsche 911/ 993 GT2 at $1.485 million were just 1% below estimate, the Ford GT40 Mark IV at $1.925 million (4% below estimate) and the Ferrari 212 Inter at $1.6 million (11% below estimate). Plenty of the less exotic cars on offer were also fetching sub par estimates with the Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio at $198k (56% below estimate), Autobianchi at $32k (42% below), Mercedes 380SL at $26k (41% below) and Porsche 911 2.4 Targa at $126k (37% below). As for the no sales, the 410SA may be be perhaps $2 million light but the Carrera RSR Turbo could have sold at the high bid and once more the conversation must turn to setting estimates.

Gooding Amelia Island showed the same dynamics that were previously seen at Scottsdale and the absence of any consistency in the results, Gooding must be sweeping every barn and thinking very hard about what to consign at Pebble Beach.


Key -Lot # – Year – Make – Model – Vin/Serial # – Est. (US$) -Result (US$) – (EUR) – % above or below estimate

#001 – 1962 Ferrari 250GTE engine and gearbox #3437GT – Est. $100,000 $125,000 N/R/ $143,000 €116,345 13%

Tipo 128F engine and tipo 508E gearbox ex #3437GT, supplied to Italy and redone as a SWB Replica, later owned by Greg Garrison, largely unrestored.


#002 – 1957 Triumph TR3 Roadster TS20880L – Est. $55,000 $70,000 N/R/$57,200 €46,538 Mid

British Racing Green over Stone vinyl. Restored by Classic & Antique Restoration, 100 miles since. Beautiful example. Concours award winner. Docs.


#003 – 1953 Porsche 356 1500 Super Coupe 50161 – Est. $70,000 $90,000 N/R/$88,000 €71,597 Mid

Radium Green and British Racing Green over unknown. Alan Kemp, WI, USA (1), highly original condition, stored from ’76, 1300cc Volkswagen engine fitted, OEM engine accompanies car, preservation class example.


#004 – 1967 Datsun 1600 Roadster SPL3113997 – Est. $45,000 $55,000 N/R/$40,700 €33,114 -10%

Silver Grey Metallic over Burgundy leather. Vendor since ’13, restored. Concours award winner, $10k in receipts. 2,300 miles from new.


#005 – 1972 Mercedes-Benz 280SL 113.044.10.020675 – Est. $90,000 $110,000 N/R/$66,000 €53,698 -27%

Dark Red (DB 542) over Cognac MB-Tex and Tan top. 4 speed manual. Perfect condition. 55,840 miles from new. Handsome.


#006 – 1949 Nash Airflyte 600 Sedan K280520 – Est. $35,000 $45,000 N/R/$88,000 €71,597 151%

Black over Grey wool. Lawrence Henderson, WV (1), retained by family until ’05. 3 owners and 5,600 miles from new. Beautiful.


#007 – 1986 Porsche 944 WP0AA0949GN460777 – Est. $35,000 $45,000 N/R/ $41,800 €34,009 Mid

Guards Red over Black. Dwayne Brown, NE, USA (1), retained by family, later displayed in the Merrick Auto Museum, vendor ’17. 5,000 miles from new. Pristine. Docs.


#008 – 1997 Porsche 911/993 Turbo S WP0AC2994VS375930 – Est. $300,000 $375,000/$319,000 €259,539 Mid

Ocean Blue Metallic over Classic Grey leather. via Carlsen Porsche to Leo Hindery, CA, USA (1), modified by Andial, 1 of 176 in the USA. 22,000 miles from new. Recent cosmetic restoration. Docs.


#009 – 1982 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Cabriolet WDBBA45A4CB016904 Est. $45,000 $55,000 N/R/ $26,400 €21,479 -41%

Orient Red over Palomino leather. US car, 22,000 miles from new. Concours.


#010 – 2014 Porsche 911/991 50th Anniversary WP0AB2A98ES121684 – Est. $175,000 $200,000 N/R/$148,500 €120,820 -15%

Black over Black leather. 704th of 1,963 examples. 1 owner and 200 miles from new. Docs.


#011 – 1976 Ferrari 308GTB Vetroresina 19377 – Est. $275,000 $325,000/$250,000 €203,401 10%

Azzurro Metallizzato over Tan and Nero leather. Unknown Euro car, later to USA in ’80s with Aldo Stanisavljevic, Claes Flodin, Michael Call, vendor, restored ’14 – 17, $200k in receipts. 46,000km from new. Docs.


#012 – 1962 Fiat-Abarth 1000TC Berlina Corsa 128038 – Est. $80,000 $100,000 N/R/$55,000 €44,748 -31%

Blanco and Rosso over Nero. Genuine Abarth with AH engine block, unnamed, Italy (1), Paul Schouwenburg ’12 (2), US vendor ’13, largely original. Competitive in vintage racing and rallies.


#013 – 2011 Porsche 911/997 GT2 RS WP0AE2A99BS778187 – Est. $500,000 $600,000/$539,000 €438,532 Mid

Black over Black leather and Red Alcantara. 1 of 142 US examples. via Champion Porsche to unnamed, USA (1), vendor ’17 (2). 800 miles from new.


#014 – 1952 Jaguar XK120 Roadster 671928 – Est. $120,000 $150,000 N/R/$93,500 €76,072 -22%
Black over Tan leather. US car, owned by Kirk F. White no less than 3 times, original, well maintained. Lovely patina.


#015 – 1966 Ferrari 275GTB Alloy Longnose 8125 – Est. $2,500,000 $3,500,000/ $2,530,000 €2,058,416 Mid

Argento Metallizzato over Blu leather. via MG Crepaldi to Giorgio Pivetti, Italy (1), unknown, later to USA for John Champney ’70s, via Marc Tauber ’81 to Dan Rischenole, NY, vendor, NC ’80s, stored from ’91, partially recommissioned, totally original.


#016 – 1967 Shelby Cobra 427 CSX3278 – Est. $1,000,000 $1,300,000/$1,045,000 €850,215 Mid

Rangoon Red over Black. via Tasca Ford to Herb Pell, cancelled order, Ron’s Ford Sales, TN (1?), unknown, G&W Sales and Service, VA ’80, Mr. Walker, NC, vendor ’80, stored from ’91, original. Recommissioning required. 18,000 miles from new.


#017 – 1999 Lamborghini Diablo VT ZA9DU01B3XLA12246 – Est. $200,000 $250,000 N/R/ $214,500 €174,518 Mid

Rosso Diablo over Tan leather. Well maintained car, vendor since ’03, 7,900 miles from new.


#018 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet 111.027.12.004301 Est. $300,000 $350,000/$330,000 €268,489 Mid

Metallic Green over Cognac leather. Europeam delivery to Charles Guyon Inc., NY, unknown, Frank Spain, MI ’00, vendor ’06, refurbished by Ed Mackey ’12, concours award winner, $25,000 in receipts. Docs and parts.


#019 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 327/350 Coupe 194377S104318 Est. $75,000 $95,000 N/R/$68,750 €55,935 -8%

Ermine White over Red. L79 engine, 4 speed manual, restored ’00s, Rick Smith ’13, mechanically restored with air con, via Gooding Scottsdale ’12 $55k to vendor (?)


#020 1960 Bentley S2 Continental DHC BC108LAR Est. $250,000 $280,000/ $214,500 €174,518 -17%

Burgundy over Beige leather and top. via Jack Barclay to Sidney L. Brody, CA USA (1), unknown, Arthur Schifrin, NY, vendor ’79, part restored by Kanter Auto Restoration, concours award winner.


#021 2002 Ferrari 575M 129484 Est. $175,000 $225,000 N/R/ $132,000 €107,396 -25%
Nero over Crema leather. via Ferrari of Long Island to unnamed, CO, USA (1), unnamed, NM (2), vendor (3), well maintained, 12,000 miles from new. Docs.


#022 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.1 9114609102 (R13) Est. $6,000,000 $8,000,000/ Not sold N/A

Porsche AG/ Martini Racing, 24 Hours of Le Mans ’74 #22 Muller/ van Lennep 2nd, 6 Hours of Watkins Glen #9 ’74 Müller/ van Lennep 2nd, 1000 Km of Le Castellet ’74 #14 Müller/ van Lennep 7th, 1000 Km of Brands Hatch ’74 #5 Müller/ van Lennep 5th, Vasek Polak, USA (2), 24 Hours of Daytona ’77 #00 Ongais/ Follmer/ Field DNF, 3 Hours of Mid-Ohio ’77 #16 Follmer/ Holmes 26th, Jeff Lewis ’98 (3), Gregory Galdi, NY ’02 (4), John Kotts, TX ’07 (5), vendor ’10 (6), totally original, ready for use.


#023 1954 Kurtis K500S KK500S024 Est. $125,000 $175,000 N/R /$112,750 €91,734 -10%

Red over Black. 1 of 26 examples. Unknown example sold to Frank and Arlen Kurtis ’80s, rebuilt with new running gear and parts, displayed at various events, Bill Hair ’03, Roger Morrison ’05, via Gooding Scottsdale ’11 $165k to Doug Weitman, via Gooding Pebble Beach ’14 $170k to vendor


#024 1965 Lamborghini 350GT 0343 Est. $600,000 $700,000/ $627,000 €510,129 Mid

Grigio St. Vincent over Tobacco pigskin. 62nd of 120 examples. Unnamed, Spain (1), Isao Noritake, Japan ’09 (2), repainted Pino Verde, unnamed, US vendor ’15 (3), cleaned and redone in original livery. Sympathetically preserved. 3 owners and 97,237km from new. Docs.


#025 1963 Alpine A110 A1081554 Est. $120,000 $140,000 N/R/ $82,500 €67,122 -31%

Yellow over Black. Sebring 12 Hours, Bahamas Speed Week, Lime Rock Park, Marlboro, restored ’80s, very good condition. Docs.


#026 1958 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster 198.042.8500154 Est. $1,000,000 $1,250,000/ $1,072,500 €872,589 Mid

Anthracite over Grey leather. via Mercedes-Benz London in Light Blue (DB 334) over Red leather to unknown, US from ’81, later with John Wenaas, AZ and Jim Rogers, restored by Richardson Restorations and Rudi & Co. in current livery, Larry Pappo, via RM Scottsdale ’16 $1.265 mi. to vendor. Attractive.


#027 1969 Porsche 911S 2.0 119301008 Est. $150,000 $200,000/ $154,000 €125,295 Mid

Tangerine over Black. Restored by Eagle Racing, beautiful, 1,100 miles since, Porsche COA and docs.


#028 1967 Ford GT40 Mark IV J12 Est. $2,000,000 $2,500,000/ $1,925,000 €1,566,186 -4%

Spare frame never built u-p, Harry T. Heinl, FL, USA (1), Brian Angliss ’77 (2), Rod Leach ’77 (3), built up with Ford 427cui V8, T-44 transaxle, completed ’87, vendor ’94 (4), well maintained.


#029 1954 Austin-Healey 100/4 BN1 Le Mans BN1L/155867 Est. $100,000 $130,000 N/R/ $115,500 €93,971 Mid

Iridium Silver over Red leather. Restored, exceptional, docs.


#030 1960 Porsche 356B Carrera GS/GT 110858 Est. $1,200,000 $1,500,000/ Not sold N/A

Ruby Red over Black and Beige. Manu Sanandaji, Switzerland (1), unknown, Manfred Knebel, Germany ’86, classic raced, unknown, US vendor ’15, matching numbers, restored by Ida Automotive and others, engine converted to 692/3A spec., $250k in receipts. Highly desirable.


#031 1956 Chrysler 300B 3N561716 Est. $150,000 $200,000 N/R/ $132,000 €107,396 -12%

Black over Beige. via Dewey Carr Motors to unknown. 4 owners from new. Recent restoration. Amelia Island ’17 award winner. Rare.


#032 1966 Porsche 911 304427 Est. $275,000 $350,000/ $258,500 €210,316 -6%

Slate Grey (601) over Red leather. via Porsche Car Pacific to William C. Fitch, CA, USA (1), Claude Ray Runnion ’73 (2), vendor ’09, restored by Dave DiMaria’s Vintage Car Works, concours award winner, excellent.


#033 1957 Porsche 356A Speedster 82846 Est. $550,000 $675,000/ $572,000 €465,381 Mid

Aquamarine Blue (code 607) over Black interior and top. via John Bull Motors to Clarence Fogal, TX, USA (1), vendor ’11 (2), restored by AAOC in original condition, $169k in receipts, concours award winner.


#034 1967 Porsche 911S 2.0 Rally 306793S Est. $250,000 $300,000/ $220,000 €178,993 -14%

Mack Yellow over Black race. First Owner, FL, USA (1), Phil Bagley ’92 (2), unknown, Adam Gordon, NY ’06, vendor ’08, converted to vintage rally spec by Windrush Evolutions (WEVO), full FIA compliance, known as “Mexicar”


#035 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale AR381257 Est. $125,000 $150,000 N/R/ $132,000 €107,396 Mid

Dark Blue over Red leather. AZ, USA car, freshened ’80s, beautiful car.


#036 1956 Ferrari 410 Superamerica Coupe 0491SA Est. $5,000,000 $6,000,000/ Not sold N/A

Rosso Marrone over Tan leather. via Luigi Chinetti to H. Richard Dietrich, PA, USA (1), Greg Garrison ’84 (2), concours award winner, vendor ’99 (3), restored by Rare Drive Inc. concours award winner, matching numbers.


#037 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz 576095559 Est. $150,000 $200,000 N/R/ $159,500 €129,770 Mid

Elysian Green over Light Green metallic interior. Delivery to Nebraska in Olympic White over Black and White leather and Ivory top, later to William “Tom” Gerrard, FL ’98, restored by Harbor Auto Restoration in current livery. Concours award winner. Beautiful.


#038 1990 Porsche 962 Group C 962-160 Est. $1,500,000 $2,000,000/ $1,595,000 €1,297,697 Mid

Dr. Robert Bishop, ID, USA (1), leased to Brun Motorsport, 24 Hours of Le Mans ’90 Larrauri/ Brun/ Pareja DNF, FIA WSPC Dijon ’90 Larrauri/ Huysman 12th, FIA WSPC Nürburgring ’90 Larrauri/ Huysman 8th, FIA WSPC Donington ’90 Larrauri/ Huysman DNF, FIA WSPC Montreal ’90 Larrauri/ Huysman DNF, FIA WSPC Mexico ’90 Larrauri/ Huysman DNF, FIA WSPC Suzuka ’91 Larrauri DNQ, FIA WSPC Monza ’91 Larrauri/ Sigala 6th, FIA WSPC Silverstone ’91 Larrauri/ Sigala 10th, 24 Hours of Le Mans ’91 Huysman/ Santal/ Stirling DNF, FIA WSPC Mexico ’91 Sigala/ Pareja 8th, restored, returned to Dr. Robert Bishop, vendor ’97 (2), original and excellent car.


#039 1910 Peugeot V2Y2 3958 Est. $140,000 $180,000 N/R/ $220,000 €178,993 22%

Two tone Green over Black leather. RHD. 1 of 515 examples. M. Clément, Mexico ’11 (1), unknown, Fernando Ariza ’60s, restoration begun, Jan Voboril, CA, USA ’00, unknown ’00, John Lothrop, NH ’02, vendor, concours award winner.


#040 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 9113600029 Est. $750,000 $900,000/ Not sold N/A

Light Yellow over Black leatherette, Unknown car, later owners include Andy Chen ’90, restored by Jim Torres, Larry Bowman, CA, USA ’00, Shane Mattaway, David Mohlman, Richard Moran, David Mohlman, David Lebrun, David Mohlman, Alan Frick, David Mohlman, Garvin Brown III, David Mohlman, William Grimsley, David Mohlman, unnamed, UK, vendor. Porsche COA. Docs.


#041 1974 Porsche 914 2.0 4742904357 Est. $60,000 $80,000 N/R/ $93,500 €76,072 17%

Zambesi Green over Black leatherette. via Camp’s Cars to unnamed (1), Brumos collection (2). Stunning original condition. 2 owners and 5,000 miles from new. Docs.


#042 2002 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Silver Arrow Edition WDBFA68F22F204526 Est. $40,000 $50,000 N/R/ $48,400 €39,378 Mid

Silver over Black and Grey. Unnamed (1), The Brumos Collection ’03 (2), 13,000 miles from new. Excellent example, freshly serviced. Docs.


#043 1968 Mercedes-Benz 600SWB 100012.12.001049 Est. $120,000 $150,000 N/R/ $110,000 €89,496 -8%

Black over Tan leather. 1 of 184 examples built in ’68, unknown, later with Don Ricardo, USA, via Scott Grundfor to The Brumos Collection, 64,000 miles from new. Lovely original condition. Docs.


#044 2015 Porsche 918 WP0CA2A10FS800159 Est. $1,400,000 $1,700,000/ $1,540,000 €1,252,949 Mid

Liquid Metal over Red leather. 1 of 294 US spec cars, via Brumos Porsche to The Brumos Collection, FL, USA (1). 1 owner and 2,500 miles from new. Docs.


#045 1958 Mercedes-Benz 300D Adenaur 189.101.8500261 Est. $75,000 $100,000 N/R/ Not sold N/A

Medium Red (DB516) over Beige leather. 3 speed auto. US delivery. The Brumos Collection from ’90s, cosmetic restoration ’90s, Amelia Island award winner. Docs.


#046 1982 Porsche 928 WP0JA0927CS820655 Est. $25,000 $35,000 N/R/ $27,500 €22,374 Mid

White over Tan leather. via Brumos Porsche to William Hall, US. 62,000 miles from new. Docs.


#047 1952 Ferrari 212 Europa Cabriolet 0233EU Est. $1,800,000 $2,200,000/ $1,600,000 €1,301,765 -11%

Ghia Cabriolet coachwork fitted, displayed at Geneva and Torino auto shows ’52, Gianni Mazzocchi, Italy (1), Paul Arnold, France ’53 (2), Donald Hopson, MI, USA ’67 (3), Corvette V8 engine fitted, Robert Coppersmith ’69 (4), unnamed ’72 (5), Tom Shaughnessy, CA ’11 (6), vendor (7), restored by Beckman Metal Works, Bill Attaway and others,displayed at Pebble Beach ’17. Massini report.


#048 1959 Porsche 356A Cabriolet 151129 Est. $175,000 $225,000 N/R/ $132,000 €107,396 -25%

Meissen Blue over Brown leatherette. Delivered to AL, USA, 4 owners from new, restored ’17, $128k in receipts, 850 miles since. Matching hardtop. Porsche COA.


#049 1961 Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8 Cabriolet 875231 Est. $300,000 $400,000/ $320,000 €260,353 Mid

Triple Black. via JDNY in Opalescent Bronze over Beige leather and Fawn top. John McIntosh, CA, USA (1), Karl Schurz ’61 (2), Jordan Harris ’96 (3), restored by Richard Darnell, $100k in receipts, concours award winner, Bobby Rahal, PA ’02 (4), unnamed ’04 (5), Bobby Rahal ’06 (4), vendor (6). Excellent condition. Docs and JDHT cert.


#050 1977 Porsche 930 9307800567 Est. $160,000 $200,000 N/R/ $104,500 €85,022 -11%

Black over Cork leather. Gifted by Porsche to Hurley Haywood, USA (1), Chapman J. Root II ’78 (2). 2 owners and 57,100 miles from new. Recent engine rebuild by David Glenn. Docs.


#051 1964 Shelby Cobra 289 CSX2271 Est. $1,000,000 $1,250,000/ $1,045,000 €850,215 Mid

Silver over Red leather. via Service Motors to E.C. (Carl) Kiekhaefer, WI (1), Mike Gallagher ’66 (2), repainted white, Bruce Larson ’90 (3), Barry Smith, PA ’92 (4), restored by Dave Wagner, Richard Haydinger, NJ ’08 (5), vendor (6), restored by Rare Drive Inc., 55,683 miles from new. Docs.


#052 1983 March 83G Chevrolet 83G-02 Est. $200,000 $300,000 N/R/$258,500 €210,316 Mid

White, Blue and Black livery over Race. Al and Art Leon ’83 (1), IMSA champion ’83, Blue Thunder Racing ’84 (2), IMSA champion ’84, Craig Tremblay (3), vendor ’89 (4), restored by Peter Norris and Jim Webber, runs well. Ideal HSR entrant. Docs.


#053 1993 Porsche 911/964 Turbo S Lightweight WP0ZZZ96ZPS479011 Est. $1,600,000 $2,000,000/$1,760,000 €1,431,941 Mid

Midnight Blue Metallic (code F8) over Flamenco Red leather. 1 of 86 buit in 92. Private Collection, UK ’93 (1), vendor (2). 95km from new. Freshly maintained. Docs and Porsche COA.


#054 1996 Porsche 911/993 Carrera RS 3.8 WP0ZZZ99ZTS390261 Est. $600,000 $700,000/ $715,000 €581,726 -2%

Riviera Blue over Black and Grey leather. Oehmichen & Bürgers GmbH, Germany ’95 (1), George Athanasopoulos, UK ’07 (2), Matthew Cyser, UK ’08 (3), Vlym Yann, France ’08 (4), vendor (5), well maintained. 12,900km from new. Porsche COA.


#055 1996 Porsche 911/993 GT2 WP0ZZZ99ZTS392126 Est. $1,500,000 $1,800,000/$1,485,000 €1,208,200 -1%

Speed Yellow over Black and Yellow leather. unnamed, Germany, unnamed, Huen Sung Cho ’15, Scopus AG ’15, vendor, 9,700km from new. Docs and Porsche COA.


#056 1947 Kurtis Kraft Midget Racer 139 Est. $40,000 $60,000 N/R/ $52,800 €42,958 Mid

White and Burgundy 7X livery over Maroon. George Bignotti, USA (1), raced in the ’48 BCRA series, vendor from ’07, restored by Joe Fiore and Tony Baron with Ford V8-60 engine, concours award winner.


#057 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300Sb Coupe 188.011.5500041 Est. $475,000 $550,000/ $473,000 €384,834 -1%

Dark Grey (DB164) over Light Grey leather. Unknown carm later with a Houston, TX, USA collector, freshened by Paul Russell ’10. Docs.


#058 2003 Ferrari Enzo 133495 Est. $2,400,000 $2,700,000 N/R/ $2,365,000 €1,924,171 -1%

Rosso over Rosso leather. Italian delivery?, Taijiro Nakamura, Japan ’05, US vendor. Federalised by JK Technologies, receipts for $180k. 1,600 miles from new.


#059 1953 Fiat 1100 Coupe 02545 Est. $400,000 $500,000/ $418,000 €340,086 Mid

Velvet Verde and Nero over Pumpkin leather. 1 of 2 bodied by Vignale. Harrison Godwin, CA (1), Pebble Beach award winner ’55, Benz Repair ’67 (2), stored, Mike Malone ’84 (3), vendor ’08 (4), unused for 41 years, concours award winner. Docs.


#060 1988 Porsche 930 WP0JB0937JS050542 Est. $130,000 $160,000 N/R/ $107,250 €87,259 -17%

Garnet Red over Champagne leather. Recently refurbished, 32,000 miles from new. Original example.


#061 1936 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio 57-442 Est. $450,000 $600,000/ $198,000 €161,093 -56%

Black and White over Red leather and Black top. Engine 310 and Labourdette coachwork. via Monestier to Gabriel d’Aubarède, France (1), via Gaaston Docime, unknown, M. Goldberg ’46, new engine fitted ’50s, stamped #442, Gangloff Stelvio coachwork fitted, J.G. Cady, NY, USA ’59, Automotive Surplus Co., MI ’65, vendor ’68, redone in current livery. Almost totally original.


#062 1961 Autobianchi Bianchina Transformable 110B.021926 Est. $55,000 $75,000 N/R/ $31,900 €25,954 -42%

Rosso and Crema over Rosso. US delivery, restored, brilliant.


#063 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 CSX3283 Est. $1,100,000 $1,400,000/ $1,457,500 €1,185,826 4%

Dark Green over Black leather. 428 engine fitted, William Huber, CA, USA (1), Jon Stockholm ’81 (2), Keith Harvie ’83 (3), Miles d’Arcy-Irvine, UK ’89 (4), Keith Harvie, CA, USA ’96 (again), restored with a Ford 427cui ’12, unknown vendor (5), 29,534 miles from new. Docs.


#064 1973 Porsche 911E 2.4 Targa 9113210435 Est. $200,000 $250,000 N/R/ $126,500 €102,921 -37%

Signal Yellow over Black. via Porsche Audi Capitol Inc. to unnamed, PA, USA (1), vendor ’17 (2). 2 owners and 66,526 miles from new. Docs.


#065 1973 Ferrari 365GTC/4 15609 Est. $250,000 $300,000/ $242,000 €196,892 14%

Argento over Tan leather. via Clarke Simpkins Ferrari to unnamed, BC, Canada (1), John Quigley ’89 (2), unknown vendor (3). 3 owners and 18,826 miles from new. Fresh recent service. Original.


#066 1957 Porsche 356A Carrera 1500GS Coupe 100969 Est. $600,000 $750,000/ $506,000 €411,683 19%

Silver Metallic over black leatherette. US delivery, possibly owned by Lt. Col. Lassiter Thompson, WI (1?), Gerald Gedde (2?), Benjamin Hursch (3?), unknown, via Bill Spreen Porsche to Manfred Loewen, GA, Willard Strain ’68, Reginald Mullinux ’70, vendor. Matching numbers. Well preserved but restoration worthy. 52,837 miles from new. Docs.


#067 2007 Ferrari 599GTB Fiorano 150621 Est. $375,000 $475,000/ $506,000 €411,683 -6%

Nero over Nero leather. 6 speed manual. via Porsche of Plano to unknown, USA, later with CJ Wilson, TX, vendor ’13, well maintained. 10,430 miles from new. Docs.


#068 1976 Porsche 934 9306700162 Est. $1,200,000 $1,600,000/ $1,320,000 €1,073,956 Mid

Yellow race over race. Angelo Pallavicini, Switzerland (1), Dijon ’76 Pallavicini 1st, Monza, ’76, Pallavicini DNF, Zeltweg ’76 Pallavicini 8th, Norisring ’76 #10 Pallavicini 9th, Norisring ’76 #10 Pallavicini 5th, Misano ’76 Pallavicini 2nd, Monza ’76 Pallavicini 5th, Imola ’76 Pallavicini 8th, Hemberg ’76 Pallavicini 2nd, Hockenheim ’76 #5 Pallavicini 8th, Hockenheim ’76 #462 Pallavicini 1st, Ampus Bergrennen ’77, Pallavicini 5th, Le Castellet ’77 Pallavicini 2nd, Monza ’77 #58 Pallavicini 1st in Class, DARM Hockenheim ’77 Pallavicini 2nd, Zeltweg ’77 Pallavicini 1st IC, Trento Bondone Hillclimb ’77 Pallavicini 1st IC, Hockenheim ’77 Pallavicini 1st, DRM Hockenheim Grand Prix ’77 #57 Pallavicini 9th, Ayent-Anzère ’77 Pallavicini 2nd, St. Ursanne ’77 Pallavicini 6th, Dijon ’77 Pallavicini 1st, Gurnigel ’77 Pallavicini 4th, 6 Hours of Hockenheim ’77 #10 Pallavicini/Enzo Calderari 10th, 6 Hours of Mugello ’78 #18 Pallavicini/Peter Bernhard DNF, 6 Hours of Dijon ’78 #31 Pallavicini/Calderari/Bernhard 8th, Dijon ’78 Calderari 4th IC, 6 Hours of Silverstone ’78 #24 Pallavicini/Bernhard 8th, Nürburgring 1000 KM ’78 #55 Pallavicini/Vanoli/Bernhard 28th, 6 Hours of Misano ’78 #18 Pallavicini/Vanoli/Kofel 7th, 6 Hours of Watkins Glen ’78 #17 Pallavicini/Calderari 18th, DRM Hockenheim GP ’78 #44 Pallavicini DNF, 6 Hours of Vallelunga ’78 #12 Pallavicini/Vanoli 9th, 24 Hours of Daytona ’79 #03 Pallavicini/Calderari/Vanoli 10th, Werner Frank ’79 (2), Road Atlanta ’79 #03 Frank DNF, Brainerd ’79 #03 Frank 16th, Daytona ’79 #03 Frank 15th, Trans-Am Road America ’79 #98 Frank 12th, Mid-Ohio 500 Miles ’79 #03 Frank/Rudy Bartling 11th, Road America ’79 #03 Frank/Bartling 16th, Road Atlanta ’79 #03 Frank DNF, Daytona ’79 #03 Frank 9th, 24 Hours of Daytona ’80 #03 Frank/Bartling/Pallavicini DNF, 12 Hours of Sebring ’80 #03 Frank/James Brolin 12th, Road Atlanta ’80 #03 Frank 16th, Riverside ’80 #03 Frank/Schramm 12th, Laguna Seca ’80 #03 Frank 12th, Brainerd ’80 #03 Frank 13th, Road America ’81 #30 Frank 23rd, 6 Hours of Watkins Glen ’81 #33 Frank/Bartling DNF, 500 Miles of Road America ’81 #03 Frank/Bartling 38th, Trans-Am Brainerd ’81 #30 Frank 19th, Road America 500 Miles ’81, #03 Frank/Bartling DNF, Mid-Ohio 500 Kilometers ’81 #03 Frank/Bartling 19th, Trans-Am Trois-Rivières ’81 #30 Frank 5th, Trans-Am Mosport ’81 #30 Frank 7th, 12 Hours of Sebring ’82 #22 Frank/ Madren DNS, Road America ’82 #22 Frank/Bartling 24th, Mid-Ohio ’82 #22 Frank/Bartling DNF, Pocono ’82 #22 Frank/Bartling 6th, Daytona ’82 #02 Frank DNF, Rick Borlase, NV, USA ’83 (3), Mid-Ohio ’83 #03 Frank/Borlase 12th, Road America ’83 #56 Frank/Borlase DNF, Trans-Am Riverside ’83 #55 Borlase 20th, Trans-Am Caesars Palace ’83 #58 Borlase 19th, 12 Hours of Sebring ’84 #56 Borlase/ Hammond/ Kravig DNF, Riverside ’84 #56 Borlase/Hammond/Kravig 14th, Laguna Seca ’84 #58 Borlase DNF, Portland ’84 #58 Hammond DNF, 24 Hours of Daytona ’85 #58 Torres/Kravig/Hammond DNF, 12 Hours of Sebring ’85 #58 Torres/Hammond/Borlase DNF, Riverside ’85 #58 Borlase DNF, 12 Hours of Sebring ’86 #58 Borlase/Torres/Hammond 11th, Riverside ’86 #58 Borlase/Torres DNF, Sid Ho, Switzerland ’88 (4), Jim Torres, CA, USA ’90 (5), restored, Carlos Cortez ’97 (6), Stuart Coleman ’99 (7), Michael Schaeffer ’00 (8), Monte Shelton, OR ’08 (9), vendor ’09 (10). Beautifully presented. Docs. Eligible for anything.


#069 1989 BMW 635CSi WBAEC7410K0608660 Est. $70,000 $90,000 N/R/ $51,700 €42,063 -26%

Black over Black leather. US car 3 owners and 7,200 miles from new. Docs.


#070 1984 Lamborghini Countach 5000S ZA9C00500ELA12661 Est. $300,000 $400,000/ $258,500 €210,316 14%

Nero over Nero. unnamed, MD, USA (1), via Canepa Motorsports to Jeff Bradford, TX ’13, restored by Norwood and others, $80k in receipts vendor. 49,800km from new.


#071 1960 Porsche 356B Cabriolet 152862 Est. $150,000 $200,000 N/R/ $134,750 €109,633 -10%

Black over Tan leather and top. Unknown pre The James G. Hascall Collection ’05, engine rebuilt. Porsche COA.


#072 1969 Porsche 911S 2.0 119300728 Est. $160,000 $180,000 N/R/ $132,000 €107,396 -17%

Light Ivory over Black sports seats and Corduroy inserts. The James G. Hascall Collection since ’05, Matching numbers. Restored by German Tech inc.. Porsche COA.


#073 1987 Porsche 959 Komfort WP0ZZZ95ZHS900110 Est. $900,000 $1,200,000 N/R/ $1,100,000 €894,963 Mid

Guards Red over Burgundy and Grey. Yoshiho Matsuda Collection, Japan (1), Symbolic Motor Cars, CA ’00 (2), federalised by Wallace Environment, via Gooding Pebble ’05 to Herb Chambers, CT, USA (3), via Motor Classic & Competition to Steven Goldman, NJ ’09 (4), via RPM Sports Cars to James G. Hascall ’10 (5). Recent major service. Porsche COA and docs.


#074 1994 Porsche 911/964 Turbo 3.6 WP0AC2962RS480154 Est. $225,000 $275,000 N/R/ $206,250 €167,806 -8%

Midnight Blue Metallic over Classic Grey Leather. Unknown car, The James G. Hascall Collection from ’14, well maintained. 28,000 miles from new. Docs.


#075 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera Speedster WP0EB0914KS173605 Est. $250,000 $325,000 N/R/ $269,500 €219,266 Mid

Red over Cream leather. 1 of 823 US spec cars. via Sun West Inc. to Kent Rawson, FL, USA (1), unnamed Europe (2), James G. Hascall, FL, USA ’14 (3). 3 owners and 390 miles from new. Porsche COA and docs.


#076 1997 Porsche 911/993 Turbo S WP0AC2999VS375745 Est. $325,000 $375,000 N/R/ $330,000 €268,489 Mid

Polar Silver Metallic over Black Leather. via Don Rosen Imports to unknown, FL, USA, unknown, The James G. Hascall Collection ’06. 15,000 miles from new. Exemplary. Docs.


#077 1972 Porsche 911S 2.4 Coupe 9112301311 Est. $200,000 $250,000 N/R/ $225,500 €183,467 Mid

Albert Blue over Black leather. Dr. Robert Hazelwood (1), well maintained and redone in original livery although Cork leatherette swapped for Black leather, The James G. Hascall Collection since ’06. Air con from new. Porsche COA and docs.


#078 2016 Porsche 911/991 GT3 RS WP0AF2A95GS192395 Est. $175,000 $250,000 N/R/ $195,250 €158,856 Mid

Lava Orange over Black Leather and Lava Orange Microfiber. Highly specced car. Mr. Hascall collection. 170 miles from new, spectacular condition. Docs.


#079 1993 Porsche 911/964 Carrera 4 Targa WP0BB2969PS440108 Est. $75,000 $100,000 N/R/ $132,000 €107,396 32%

Guards Red over Black and Herringbone. 1 of 173 US examples, via Bert Smith International to Kent Rawson, FL, USA (1), unnnamed (2), The James G. Hascall Collection (3). 3 owners and 3,500 miles from new. Beautiful example. Docs and Porsche COA.


#080 1965 Porsche 356C Cabriolet 162128 Est. $170,000 $200,000 N/R/ $176,000 €143,194 Mid

Champagne Yellow over Red leatherette. via German Motors to Stuart Sherman, FL, USA (1), James G. Hascall ’97 (2), well maintained. Fine condition. Docs and Porsche COA.


#081 2005 Porsche Carrera GT WP0CA29815L001274 Est. $800,000 $1,000,000 N/R/ $918,500 €747,294 Mid

GT Silver Metallic, it is handsomely offset with a rich Terracotta leather. via Bert Smith International to James G. Hascall, FL, USA (1). 1 owner and 109 miles from new. Docs.


#082 1996 Porsche 911/993 Turbo WP0AC2998TS375247 Est. $150,000 $180,000 N/R/ $159,500 €129,770 Mid

Guards Red over a Cashmere Beige leather. US car, Charles Hascall Collection, 22,000 miles from new. Presents very well. Docs.


#083 1963 Chevrolet Corvette 327/340 Split window Coupe 30837S108329 Est. $90,000 $120,000 N/R/ $83,600 €68,017 -7%

Daytona Blue over Blue leather. L76 340hp 327cui. Borg Warner T10 manual. Very well optioned. Well maintained.


#084 1975 BMW 2002 Turbo 4291031 Est. $130,000 $160,000 N/R/ $192,500 €156,619 20%

White over Black. German delivery, later to USA ’80, Mike van Loo ’80s – 10s, well maintained and upgraded, Concours award winner, 36,000km from new. Superbly original. Docs.


#085 1953 Jaguar XK120SE Roadster S673968 Est. $120,000 $140,000 N/R/ $110,000 €89,496 -8%

Battleship Grey over Red leather. Restored by Tom Jaycox, Antech and others in ’15, tastefully upgraded.


#086 1966 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider AR192297 Est. $200,000 $250,000 N/R/ $159,500 €129,770 -20%

Grey over Oxblood red leather. ex Neal Berger, NJ, vendor ’12, restored by Alfa Performance Connection ’17. Very smart.


#087 1971 Toyota FJ40 FJ4087333 Est. $80,000 $100,000 N/R/ $57,500 €46,782 -28%

Nebula Green “TLC” over Black. 1 Costa Rican family owner, via House of Cruisers to unknown, restored in original livery. 26 miles since.


#088 1964 Porsche 356SC 217240 Est. $100,000 $125,000 N/R/ $132,000 €107,396 6%

Blue over Cream. via Brumos Porsche to unknown, USA (1), possibly 3 owners from new. Restored by 356 Works, 500 miles since. Docs.


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