3 Jun 2018, starting at 10:00 EDT with lot 1.
100 Arch Street
Greenwich CT 06830
The Greenwich concours has traditionally been held since 1995 in Greenwich Connecticut, just 33 miles outside New York. Greenwich is the wealthiest city in the wealthiest state and the concours has unparalleled access to the best collections in the North East. 2018s concours features special displays of Cunningham cars, Jaguars, MGs and SSs along with a special group of John Fitch cars, supercars and motorcycles. Christies was the auction partner for the concours pre 2006 when Bonhams first hosted a sale in conjunction with the concours and they have returned every year since 2008 with fair success. Within the Bonhams stable this sale has always competed with Goodwood and Quail Lodge so this is somewhere between a regional sale and a true international sale although it always offers interesting cars with charm. Highlights in recent years included the 1938 Bugatti in 2015 and the 1965 Ferrari 275GTB/6C in 2012 and while sell through rates have been respectable over the years, the total gross has been set firmly between $5 and 8 million.
Year – Sold/ offered (%) – Total Gross (US$) – Top sale (US$)
8/6/08 25/49 (51%) $2,441,815 $364,500 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I
7/6/09 43/89 (48%) $4,349,640 $419,500 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio
6/6/10 53/79 (67%) $2,821,530 $265,500 1969 Aston Martin DB6
5/6/11 54/81 (67%) $3,311,772 $249,000 1956 Aston Martin DB2/4
3/6/12 62/90 (69%) $5,265,577 $1,244,500 1965 Ferrari 275GTB/6C
2/6/13 74/100 (74%) $5,340,745 $825,000 1967 Aston Martin DB6
1/6/14 97/104 (93%) $7,863,310 $335,500 1961 Jaguar E-Type
31/5/15 81/93 (87%) $6,713,800 $1,595,000 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Stelvio
5/6/16 81/104 (78%) $5,457,475 $265,000 2005 Ford GT & 1961 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud
4/6/17 80/90 (89%) $7,181,420 $880,000 1990 Ferrari F40
3/6/18 111/123 (90%) $10,351,640 $1,450,000 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible
Proving what I said above incorrect, Bonhams do have a true marquee lot in 2018, one of the finest Aston DB5 Convertibles in existence. 1 of just 39 examples in LHD, this car has had just two owners including the vendor who has owned it since 1971 and while it has a replacement engine, it was fitted by Aston Martin New York in 1971. A very well kept original rather than a restored car it presents like an old shoe and just like a top flight Aston should. Estimated at $2 – 2.6 million, it is worth every cent of the low estimate although the engine replacement should limit its ability to fetch the higher amount. A truly fantastic example of the type.
Otherwise the marketing for the sale was centered around offering Carroll Shelbys private collection of automobiles. This is a truly eclectic selection of cars with many from the latter days of his Ford partnership and many more from his partnership with Chrysler. Some of the highlights from ole Carrolls collection are:
- 1935 Chrysler Airflow. Est. $30 – 40k. A nice pre war car, believed to be ex Steve McQueen and restored. Authenticated and worth it whatever the McQueen connection.
- 1955 Desoto Firedome. Est. $30 – 40k. A good looking, powerful post war car. Authenticated and not too expensive with the Shelby connection.
- 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible. Est. $25 – 30k. A big car in every sense. In great original shape and not too expensive.
- 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350. Est. $80 – 100k. What everyone thinks of when they think Shelby, in immaculate condition and almost guaranteed to sell for much more than this.
- 1969 Ford Mustang GT500. Est. $80 – 100k. An original big power Shelby Mustang from Shelby’s own collection. Worth more than this and could go huge.
- 1983 De Tomaso Pantera GTS. Est. $80 – 100k. Just 7,350 miles from new. A little expensive for a De Tomaso but cheap for a Shelby collectible.
Being a concours there is a major pre war focus both on the show field and sale room. Highlights include:
- 1910 National Series S 50HP Semi Racing type. Est. $125 – 150k. Likely non authentic BUT lots of fun and a rare entry to most events. Worth it.
- 1910 Panhard-Levassor Type X7 Rothschild Laundalette. Est. $75 – 95k. A giant Edwardian era vintage car. Ideal entry for Pebble or Amelia and good value.
- 1914 Lozier Model 77 5 Pass Touring car. Est. $300 – 400k. 1 of just 30 surviving Loziers A grand car from an important marque. Priced right.
- 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Regent Convertible Coupe. Est. $140 – 175k. Lovely Brewster coachwork. Ideal tour car. A lot of car for the money but priced right.
- 1934 Alvis Speed 20SB Sports Tourer. Est. $180 – 220k. A lovely example of a good British brand with classic coachwork. A little expensive.
Mid century cars abound and some are truly fascinating. Highlights include:
- 1954 Cunningham C3 Vignale Coupe. Est. $300 – 400k. A fascinating car, originally built as #5232 but renumbered #5440 before sale. Survived in part restored condition for decades. Supposedly all there and well worth restoration. Cunninghams are around the million mark so this could be done with plenty of potential for profit. Cunningham is one of the feature marques at the concours so this could be huge.
- 1959 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster. Est. $1.1 – 1.3 mil. A complete original Roadster, said to be beautifully presented, perhaps 100 – 200k too much.
- 1963 Fiat-Abarth Monomille GT Coupe. Est. $150 – 180k. A gorgeous little car begging for closer inspection. Perhaps a touch expensive but a fun toy nonetheless.
- 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mark I Custom. Est. $90 – 120k. Restomodded with a 400bhp Tillack built V8 and custom coachwork. A lot of fast fun for most any tour. No real investment value but a lot of car for the money.
Modern exotics are an eclectic bunch, highlights include:
- 1986 Lamborghini Countach 5000 QV. Est. $280 – 340k. Classic Lambo, ostentatious and then some. Very cool all the same. Market correct.
- 1998 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster. Est. $200 – 250k. A Rosso Red Lambo Diablo. Will be expensive to run but plenty of fun. Market correct for the miles.
- 1999 Shelby Series I. Est. $100 – 125k. Authentically ex Carroll Shelby, the first one built and unique spec. Worth it.
- 2008 Rolls-Royce Phantom DHC. Est. $130 – 160k. Former crash history but a saving of six figure proportions over a new one. Good buying.
- 2009 Dodge Viper ACR Coupe. Est. $50 – 60k. Exceptional example of the hottest Viper. Lots of fun for the money.
Affordable classics abound. Highlights include:
- 1959 Fiat-Abarth 750 Record Monza. Est. $30 – 40k. The best and most expensive of three Abarth barnfinds. A great example of the quixotic marque. Requires a total restoration but its largely Fiat based so parts are plentiful. Worth it.
- 1987 Dodge Shelby Lancer. Est. $5 – 10k. A genuine piece of Shelby folklore, if it can be bought for anywhere near this level, its worth it.
- 1991 Lotus Espirit Turbo SE. Est. $25 – 35k. 1 of 22 examples. A fun alternative to a Ferrari. Perhaps a touch expensive.
- 1995 Range Rover Classic 4×4. Est. $40 – 50k. A very cool classic Range Rover. Fully restored and improved. Cost more than this to build.
- 1997 Shelby Aurora V8 Can AM. Est. $20 – 25k. A unique prototype for a never run Can Am car. Well worth a go for a fun track toy.
Greenwich is a huge leap forward for Bonhams in 2018 and I am confident they will have enormous success. Bravo.
Bonhams returned to Greenwich for the 11th time and saw a partial return to the good times with a 90% sell through rate and a record total gross that was 44% up (from 2017) at $10.351 million. This result was achieved off the back of a 37% increase in lots from 90 to 123 and 23 cars from Carroll Shelby’s personal collection, offered without reserve. The star car of the sale was the Aston Martin DB5 Convertible, an example that had been treasured by just one family since 1971 although it had received an OEM engine transplant at around the same time. Said to remain in highly original condition, properly serviced and one of less than 39 with both LHD and 5 speed ZF manual, this DB5 Convertible should have received at least a B- grade price. Comparisons don’t really help with a car like this since most others are either less or more original and few of the recent offers have been anywhere near this well maintained and few of those offered recently have been properly restored ($500k+ plus to restore a DB5). All of that said this car was estimated at $2-2.6 million but fetched just $1.45 million and rather than being sold cheaply, it was more likely an example of a new market reality.
All unique collection sales appeal to audiences where even stellar lots don’t, the confluence of a great story, rare opportunity to buy and frenzied bidding always brings prices that are often bordering on the irrational. This has psychological behaviour has been seen at the Elton John collection selloff, Duemilla Ruote and multiple other sales, with repeat offerings of the exact same car never reaching the heady prices seen despite still being ex whatever made them such hot property. This market theory quirk was evident with the Shelby collection, certainly the De Tomaso Pantera GTS-5 that was offered without a drivetrain sold for $226k or 546% more than its $25 – 35k estimate, the unique Aurora V8 Can Am went for $100,800 or 303% more than its $20 – 25k estimate. The De Tomaso will be a cool car with a story but figure another $50k for a 289 and trans plus fitting and it still wont be matching numbers while the Aurora was super cool but still just a toy fit for track days. Other Shelby cars to sell well were the Mustang GT350 Continuation series built in 1980 which sold for 152% more than its bullish estimate at $202k, the Prototype Series I at $313k (150% over estimate) and three of the Chrysler colabs, the Dakota Prototype, RAM Prototype and the Charger GLS, all at least doubling their estimates.
Other than the Shelby collection, just 12 cars broke their estimate barrier, rare highlights included the 2009 Dodge Viper ACR Coupe at $70k, two of Wayne Carini’s barn find Fiat-Abarths at $22k, a Chevrolet Corvette Z06 GT1 Special Edition at $67k, a 1952 Mercedes-Benz 170SB at $27k and a grand Packard 1101 Convertible Sedan at $162k. The vast majority of lots sold at mid estimate and included the 1910 National Series S 50HP at $148k, 2006 Ford GT Heritage at $412k, 2000 BMW Z8 at $196k, 1986 Ferrari Testarossa at $123k, 1958 Jaguar XK150 3.4 Roadster at $102k, 1963 Fiat-Abarth Monomille GT Coupe at $151k and 1954 Cunningham C3 Vignale Coupe at $313k. The last known would be worth double or even triple the amount when restored but that might be $400 – 500k away so it was a brave purchase indeed.
The largest quotient of lots (48) were those sold below estimate and they included the 1907 Thomas-Detroit at $62k (51% below estimate), 1970 Triumph Spitfire Mark III at $10k (-50%), Citroen 2CV at $9k (-41%), Lincoln Continental Mark III at $8k (-35%) and Lotus Esprit Turbo SE at $17k (-33%). Other than the star Aston Martin a few of the higher priced autos sold cheaply including the 1959 Mercedes-Benz 300sl Roadster at $895k (-19%), 1980 Ferrari 512BB at $213k (-5%), 1963 Maserati Sebring at $211k (-6%) and Rolls-Royce Phantom DHC at $112k (-14%). That said Bonhams worked very hard to ensure a minimum of no sales with a large quantity of lots at no reserve and plenty of negotiating between vendors and bidders. Only three of the no sales stood out, two Lamborghini’s, a Diablo Roadster and Countach Coupe at $150k and 220k respectively and a Lozier at $210k. Bonhams will be extremely happy with the results from Greenwich going from strength to strength.
Lot # – Year – Make – Model – Chassis #/VIN – Est. $ – Est. € – N/R = No reserve
101 1937 Ford Model 78 Deluxe Phaeton 18-3807321 $25,000 $35,000 N/R/$24,640 €21,116 -1%
Gull Grey and Vermillion over Brown and Beige. Very rare example, 1 of 3723 examples. Vendor since ’16, shows well, older restoration.
102 1972 Fiat 124 Sport Coupe 0191930 $18,000 $24,000/$19,040 €16,317 Mid
Red over Black. via Imported Cars of Royal Oak to Charles Davis, USA (1), vendor from mid 00s. 3 owners from new. Upgraded with Abarth bits. 50,000 miles from new. Beautifully detailed. Docs.
103 2004 Ferrari 360 Spider 138968 $100,000 $125,000 N/R/$86,240 €73,905 -13%
Grigio Argento over Nero leather. 6 speed manual. NJ, USA delivery (1), various. Good condition. 9,000 miles from new.
104 1939 Sunbeam-Talbot 2 litre Sports Tourer 129200 $20,000 $30,000 N/R/$26,880 €23,035 Mid
Red and Black over Black leather. RHD. ex. Briggs Cunningham. In addition to its lovely chrome radiator grille it has dual horns, a central driving light, steel wheels, wide whitewall tires, hubcaps, and a folding windshield. Rarely seen in the U.S, the car sports good paint, solid chrome, and sound upholstery and interior trim.
105 1967 Jaguar Mark II 3.8 Saloon 235374BW $30,000 $40,000 N/R/$43,680 €37,432 9%
Blue over Grey leather. Manual. Original auto car, restored in UK by Robin Burdon/ Mk 2 Centre Ltd with manual transmission. Air con and headrests fitted. Offered by the Petsche Collection.
106 1965 Fiat 600D 2042968 $15,000 $25,000 N/R/ $13,440 €11,518 -10%
Bianco over Beige leather. Italian car, restored, elegant. Beautiful.
107 1962 MG MGA 1600 Mark II GHNL2/107065 $30,000 $40,000 N/R/$35,840 €30,714 Mid
Black over Red leather. Mr. Fredrick Kunel, USA (1), retained until ’17, vendor. Restored ’00s. Original.
108 1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible D7FH356150 $40,000 $50,000 N/R/$43,680 €37,432 Mid
Red over Red leather. via Hollywood Motors Inc. of Hollywood to unnamed, ex. Rodney Grant, MO, Ronald Fuenfhausen ’92, via Bonhams Greennwich ’14 $52k to vendor. A large file of receipts from restoration and service work performed while in Mr. Fuenfhausen’s ownership accompanies the sale of this car, as do copies of the car’s build sheets. This lovely example is ready to enjoy at local car shows and events, or on a weekend drive.
109 1949 Cadillac Series 61 Club Coupe 0120862008 $45,000 $55,000/$53,760 €46,071 Mid
Triumph Blue Metallic over Grey fabric. Very good condition, fully restored ’09.
110 2008 Rolls-Royce Phantom DHC SCA2D68528UX16166 $130,000 $160,000 N/R/$112,000 €95,981 -14%
Double Black. FL, USA (1), later to CA. 3 owners and 38,000 miles from new. Understood to have been well kept, it is noted that a service was performed by Classic Motor of Van Nuys, California in October of 2016 at a cost of nearly $9,000. Showing nicely today, it should be noted that there is a report of an accident having occurred in January 2012 on the otherwise clean CARFAX.
111 1984 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit SCAZS42A8ECX08878 $18,000 $24,000 N/R/$15,680 €13,437 -13%
Two tone Blue over Blue leather. via Rolls-Royce of Beverly Hills to Sir Michael Caine, USA (1), unknown. 4 owners and 23,000 miles from new. A plethora of invoices and receipts document the persistent maintenance given to the vehicle. Further documentation includes the order forms, certificate or origin, and the original manuals.
112 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Coupe 111026.12.003702 $90,000 $120,000 N/R/$76,160 €65,267 -15%
Dark Blue over Parchment leather. The brightwork accents are acceptable, though it does show some signs of age. The parchment leather interior is in similar condition and largely original, with signs of age and good patina. The 280SE 3.5 Coupe is equipped with a sun roof – a desirable option on a closed car naturally – a stylish Becker Grand Prix radio and Behr air-conditioning. Further luxurious amenities include power windows for all 4 passengers, and a beautifully wood trimmed cockpit. This Mercedes-Benz is offered with books and manuals, tools, and a history file which includes service history.
113 1990 Ferrari Testarossa 83954 $95,000 $125,000 N/R/$95,200 €81,584 Mid
Rossa Corsa over Nero leather. Unknown car, later to CA. 34,000 miles from new. A nicely presented, honest Ferrari, it appears in good shape both inside and out with no serious blemishes to be found. Showing just over 1,200 miles a year since leaving the showroom and offered with its tool roll in the front trunk, this Testarossa would make an excellent addition to any collection.
114 1998 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster ZA9RU31B5WLA12884 $200,000 $250,000/Not sold N/A
Rosso over Crema leather. CA, USA delivery, later to NJ and FL, later still to the midwest, FL vendor. Since arriving in Florida, the car has received an additional $8,000 in service encompassing repairs to the vacuum system and hoses for the top release, cleaning and resealing the evaporator drain tube, airconditioning system service including vacuum and recharge of the system, suspension work, replacement of the horn button in the steering wheel, new headlight switch assembly along with a new right headlight motor, a pair of two new oxygen sensors, a reset to the ECU and air bag computer, and a major mechanical service—among other things. Showing fewer than 18,000 original kilometers (11,200 miles) from new, this all-wheel drive monster of the 1990s is complete with its tool rolls and owner handbook.
115 2009 Dodge Viper ACR Coupe 1B3JZ69Z79V500334 $50,000 $60,000 N/R/$70,560 €60,468 18%
Viper Bright Orange over Orange and Black. IO, USA delivery (1), IL vendor ’13. 2 owners and 800 miles from new. Exceptional.
116 1954 Dodge Royal 500 Pace Car 38526401 $25,000 $35,000 N/R/$38,080 €32,633 9%
Yellow over Black and Yellow. 1 of 700 replicas. Vendor since ’90s, recommissioned by Briarcliff Classic & Imported Car Service, where it was recommissioned for the road. When tested by a Bonhams specialist the Dodge was found to be on the button and driving well. Aesthetically the car has the appearance of a particularly original example and may well sport its original finish in places. The vehicle remains in the favored color scheme for the model and there are signs of age on its extremities and edges most likely to receive wear through age, but generally it presents tidily. Its top seems to have been replaced in more recent years.
117 1934 Alvis Speed 20SB Sports Tourer 11337 $180,000 $220,000/$174,720 €149,730 -3%
Green over Fawn leather. RHD. via Mann Egerton & Co. Ltd. to Mr. Martin Hodson (1), Mr. G.B. Pearce, Esq. ’59 (2), Al Chambers, OH, USA (3), Roy Tausch (4), stored from ’82 til ’06, John Graham ’06 (5), restored by Rod Tempero in NZ, correct and driveable. Finest example.
118 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Regent Convertible Coupe S460MR $140,000 $175,000/$112,000 €95,981 -20%
White and Red over Black leather. Brewster coachwork fitted from new. Mr. John Brichetto, CA (1), unknown, Rafe Selfridge, UK ’40s, John Maxfield, CA, USA ’50s, Carter Farrar, CO ’73, Elliot Grossman, NY ’98, vendor ’12. Today the car is in good order, used regularly on cruises up and down the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia. The owner has been insistent on keeping it on the button. Its most recent service has been a complete rebuild of the ignition system. The car was recently inspected by a Bonhams specialist and the chassis is in remarkably original condition, even retaining its original pattern spring gators. It presents very well and with a great deal of patina and charm. Great tour car.
119 1910 National Series S 50HP Semi Racing type 3204 $125,000 $150,000/$147,840 €126,695 Mid
Red over Black. RHD. Unknown early history, ex. William Ullom Collection, OH, later to OK in ’90s, restored as a factory semi racer, recently displayed at the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum its home, occasionally making appearances on the back roads during veteran automobile events. Exciting car.
120 1925 Ford Model T Roadster 9696694 $18,000 $22,000/$13,440 €11,518 -25%
Double Black. CA car, ex. Arnold E. Petsche, TX, restored by Mr. Richard Braund ’10s. Beautifully presented inside and out.
121 1929 Ford Model A Phaeton A2343707 $22,000 $28,000 N/R/$19,040 €16,317 -13%
Cream, Sage Green and Black over Sage Green leather. Beautifully restored. Possibly shown at Pebble at some point.
122 1932 Chrysler CP8 Convertible Coupe 7526446 $110,000 $150,000/Withdrawn N/A
Two tone Blue and Black over Black leather. ex. Pennie Parnes, PA, Marvin Jelnek, NB, restored, Robert Hibbard ’90, stored until 2017. Excellent condition, just 200 miles since the restoration.
123 1934 Ford Model 40 Station Wagon 86013170 $50,000 $60,000 N/R/Not sold N/A
Wood and Black over Maroon leather. Authentic. Well stored original.
124 1952 Jaguar XK120 FHC 679265 $30,000 $40,000 N/R/$43,680 €37,432 9%
White over Black leather. via Hornburg in Pastel Blue with Blue leather to unnamed, USA (1), unknown, vendor since ’80s, redone in White over Black leather, stored since ’92. Complete and well preserved. Needs recommissioning. Offered with its Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate.
125 1995 Range Rover Classic 4×4 SALHC1341SA652856 $40,000 $50,000 N/R/$36,960 €31,674 -1%
BASG Diamont British Racing Metallic over Tan leather. TX, USA delivery, vendor since ’15. 6 owners from new. Overall good condition. Restored by British Car Specialist John Robison, at J.E. Robison Service with a 300TDI offered superior power and fuel economy to the gas powered V8, so the first step was to replace the original motor with an available TDI unit paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. These options were never available to US Land Rover clients. This engine has recently had the top end overhauled and was also fitted with a Alisport turbo with updated intercooler. The chassis was extensively cleaned and coated with Waxoyl. Both axles, suspension, steering and brakes were overhauled. A new custom exhaust was fabricated. Coil springs with longer travel were fitted. The chassis stands on near-new Michelin XZL expedition tires. Stunning condition.
126 1970 Porsche 911T 2.2 Targa 9110111751 $70,000 $90,000/$60,480 €51,830 -14%
Silver Metallic over Black partial leather. European delivery with Comfort package, alloy wheels (5) and tinted glass, US import ’77, well maintained., recent service works included a new set of tires (including the spare), fresh brake fluid, oil and filter change, new spark plugs and distributor points, valve adjustment, new brake flex lines, and four new shocks. Incremental improvements have been fitted over the years to bolster the performance, comfort, and reliability of the car. These additions include a set of the all-important hydraulic Carrera timing chain tensioners, Turbo tie rods, H4 headlights, and a modern AM/FM stereo, in addition to a new set of stainless steel heater boxes. Repainted silver some years ago, restored Targa top. Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, numerous receipts and files documenting its history, COA, owner’s manual, tool kit, jack, and the four repair/service manuals.
127 1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II 4.2 Coupe 1R25890 $65,000 $75,000/$68,320 €58,548 Mid
British Racing Green over Cinnamon leather. US delivery. Matching numbers car, restored ’13. JDHT cert. Very well presented. Equipped with a period radio and chrome wire wheels wrapped with appropriate thin white-wall tires; the Jaguar looks just right.
128 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL 113.044-12-00518950 $60,000 $80,000/$59,360 €50,870 -1%
Moss Green (834G) over Green MB-Tex interior and Black top Today, the car retains its original Becker Europa radio in addition to a rarer, period air-condition upgrade. Reported by the seller, the lovely Benz is a fine driving machine and one that will no doubt provide many happy miles of top down motoring into the future.
129 2000 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante SCFAB4233YK400505 $35,000 $40,000/Not sold N/A
Goodwood Green over Rich Tan leather. FL delivery. 34,700 miles from new. Regularly serviced by Vantage Motors in Stamford.
130 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster 20867S101783 $70,000 $100,000 N/R/$48,160 €41,272 -31%
Fawn Beige over Fawn Beige. 4 speed manual. Matching hardtop. Beautiful example. The car received a restoration addressing both mechanical and cosmetic aspects some time ago but is said to have been used minimally since. The car is offered with an owner’s manual, history file, and a Rochester Fuel Injection unit.
131 1996 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport 1G1YY2251T5600042 $25,000 $40,000 N/R/$29,120 €24,955 Mid
Blue and White over Black and Red leather. 1 of 86 examples. 2,100 miles from new. Optional Z51 handling package.
132 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435HP Roadster 194677S121763 $90,000 $110,000 N/R/$72,800 €62,387 -19%
Marina Blue over Black. Beautifully restored. No air-conditioning and a Muncie M21 4-speed manual transmission, a decision made by GM to guarantee reliability of this potent powertrain. Additionally, this Roadster is equipped with the must-have side exit exhausts covered by their distinctive vented shrouds, giving the car that thundering big-block tune going down the road. Overall, this Corvette is in lovely condition, with vibrant paint, good brightwork, and a new white convertible top. The Marina Blue paint suits the car beautifully, and is neatly accented by the black hood bulge, or ‘Stinger’ as they are referred to. The interior is in good condition, with signs of light wear, but overall complete and attractive. This potent 427/435HP-optioned Corvette is offered with an owner’s manual and should provide the new owner a healthy dose of driving pleasure.
133 1973 Volvo P1800S Sports Estate 6078.6108 $20,000 $30,000 N/R/$24,640 €21,116 Mid
Sea Foam color over Cognac. Unknown car, 4 owners from new. Restored, some of the renovations included rebuilding the transmission, and installing new injectors, brakes, wiring harness, and pumps. Documentation of the process containing further details was published once the work was complete.
134 1959 Fiat-Abarth 750 Record Monza 676193 $30,000 $40,000 N/R/$33,600 €28,794 Mid
Rosso over unknown. Barn find by Wayne Carrini. Requires either a restoration or careful recommissioning before regular use. The car is highly complete and appears quite sound.
135 1957 Fiat-Abarth 750 Zagato 658862 $10,000 $20,000 N/R/$22,400 €19,196 12%
N/A over unknown. Barn discovery by Chasing Classic Cars star Wayne Carini. The discovery of this remarkable triple Abarth collection is featured in a current season episode. Clearly needing a full restoration, it is still a sound and solid basis for a rewarding project. This Fiat-Abarth is offered as a restoration candidate. Its engine is removed but included with the car along with other components. A careful inspection of the car and its parts is recommended to ensure completeness.
136 1957 Fiat-Abarth 750 Zagato ?? $10,000 $20,000 N/R/$22,400 €19,196 12%
N/A over N/A. This highly original and complete Fiat-Abarth Zagato sports car is a recent barn discovery by Chasing Classic Cars star Wayne Carini. The discovery of this remarkable triple Abarth collection is featured in a current season episode. The car is in need of a restoration, but it is quite complete and sound. A notable feature of this car is the enlarged fuel tank, perhaps alluding to some past competition use. The car is accompanied by extra spares and components, so a careful inspection of the car regarding its completeness is recommended.
137 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mark I Custom B9470080LRXFE $90,000 $120,000/$87,360 €74,865 -3%
PPG Metallic Tungsten and Black over Red leather. 80th of just 3,763 examples. CA, USA delivery (1), recently customised/ restored with a chopped windscreen. But the real action is underneath the mirror finish. Under the hood is a punched out 302 V8 built by Tillack & Co. Ltd. Only the best components were used including AFR 185 Aluminum heads covering Comp camshafts with hydraulic roller lifters. SRP aluminum pistons ride on Carrillo rods attached to a Scat crankshaft. A Melin high performance oil pump connected to an Aviaid competition oiling system with custom oil cooler keep things lubricated while a Fluidyne high performance aluminum radiator keeps things cool. The nearly 400 horsepower are routed through a G-Force T-5 tranny, controlled by a custom aluminum pedal assembly, back to a Corvette rear end with 3.36 gearing. Custom engineered adjustable independent rear suspension—supported by a reinforced unibody—replace the old live rear axle, while adjustable coil overs with custom A-arms top and bottom keep the front planted. 17″ Vintage Wheel Works aluminum wheels shod in Bridgestone Potenza rubber and hung from adjustable Carrera racing shocks put down the power with massive Wilwood disc brakes to slow things down, vendor ’13, less than 1000 miles since conversion. Since acquiring the car, several changes have been made to improve the car’s ride and drivability including the instillation of four Weber carburetors in place of the fuel injection system that was on the car when it was purchased, a Holley electric fuel pump, a new set of tires and wheels, a new exhaust system, and a new soft top. It is now ready to burn rubber with a new owner at a mere fraction of its original build costs.
138 1959 AC Aceca AEX674 $160,000 $200,000/$145,600 €124,775 -9%
Vibrant Blue and White over Red leather. Restored for historic rally use. Roll cage, harnesses, and a bespoke dash with additional gauges to ensure safe operation during rallies. Under the hood, the legendary, long-stroke AC overhead cam engine has been fitted with a trio of larger SU carburetors and other enhancements including a custom exhaust system that gives this car a great timbre. In keeping with its rally pursuits, this car has a fire suppression system and exterior electrical shutoffs for safety. The sporting AC Aceca participated on the 2015 Copperstate 1000 Rally and has been shown at prestigious events such as the Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s.
139 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible DB5C/1520/L $2,000,000 $2,600,000/$1,450,000 €1,242,608 -28%
Goodwood Green over Beige leather. ZF 5 speed manual. 1 of 39 in LHD. Michael Goth, NY, USA (1), complete with Normalair air-conditioning, a Bosch Blue Spot radio with power operated aerial, a pair of detachable headrests for both front seats, chrome wheels shod in whitewall tires, a tonneau cover with center zip-in, and a detachable hardtop painted to match the car, engine #400/1788 from new, #400/1783 fitted by Aston New York in ’71, via Rollston Motors to vendor ’71 (2). Several inches of receipts document the ownership and service history of the DB5 since the current owner’s acquisition. Starting with the original Connecticut certificate of title from 1971—filled in by hand by the DMV clerk—meticulous care is recorded in each of the numerous receipts. Service records from the mid-1970s to today document the usual engine, brake, suspension, and transmission work one would expect to be performed. Having been a daily driver for some time, rust repairs were also carried out, all of which are documented both in receipts and photos of the work completed. Shows well, repainted ’90s, otherwise original.
140 1963 Maserati Sebring 3500GT Series I AM101*01841 $225,000 $275,000/$210,560 €180,444 -6%
Rosso over Nero leather. 5 speed ZF gearbox. 70,000km from new. Recently repainted original livery. Amazing. Bonhams Scottsdale ’18 NS$225k.
141 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible 7Y86G837905 $25,000 $30,000 N/R/$52,640 €45,111 75%
Powder Blue and Blue over Blue leather. Complete with a limited slip differential, air-conditioning, and 8-track stereo with AM/FM radio. Code 84 denotes that the car was a home office reserve DSO (District Sales Office). Offered from Carroll Shelby’s personal collection. 61,000 miles from new, the vehicle appears to be in great, original shape. In addition to a Marti report, the car is accompanied by a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate.
142 1983 Dodge Shelby RAM Prototype 1B7FD14T9DS492434 $10,000 $15,000 N/R/$33,040 €28,314 120%
Blue over White. Unique Shelby Ram Prototype. 11,000 miles from new. Offered from Carol Shelby’s private collection. Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby.
143 1935 Chrysler Airflow 7014765 $30,000 $40,000 N/R/$50,400 €43,191 26%
Purple over Beige leather. Believed to be ex Steve McQueen, restored, offered from the Carroll Shelby collection. 59,000 miles from new. The car is offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby.
144 1969 Ford Mustang GT500 SFM480266 $80,000 $100,000 N/R/$92,960 €79,664 Mid
Deep Maroon over White and Black interior. via Pletcher Ford, Inc. to R.S. Ward, PA (1), Ralph Augustine III ’97 (2), via Don Breon Ford to Stephen Becker, LLC, GA (3), Carroll Shelby (4). Unrestored, original survivor. Presents beautifully. 65,000 miles from new. Offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that it was owned by Carroll Shelby, this best of breed muscle car is surely one of the most desirable examples in existence.
145 1982 Dodge Shelby Charger Prototype 1B3BZ44B4CD278674 $10,000 $15,000 N/R/$23,520 €20,156 57%
Blue and White inside and out. Prototype built in ’82, 13,500 miles from new. Offered from the personal ownership of Carroll Shelby as documented by the Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate and represents an important milestone in the amazing story of the man’s life.
146 1989 Dodge CSX VNT 1B3BP94A5XN645021 $10,000 $15,000 N/R/$22,400 €19,196 49%
Red over Grey. 1st example built. Built for Shelby himself. Final direct collaboration between Carroll Shelby and Dodge. Offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby, this limited production model is sure to continue to attract the attention of collectors for decades to come.
147 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 8T02J116102-00321 $80,000 $100,000 N/R/$115,360 €98,860 15%
Raven Black over Black. via Theodore Robins Ford to Carl Trautman, CA (1), unknown. Offered by Carroll Shelby himself, as documented by the Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate. Immaculate example.
148 1931 Ford Model A Sport Coupe A2468315 $20,000 $25,000 N/R/$30,240 €25,915 21%
Jet Black and Tan over Saddle. Honest example of how Ford continued its dominance after phasing out the Model T in 1927. Offered by Carroll Shelby. The car is sold with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby.
149 1955 Desoto Firedome 55251035 $30,000 $40,000 N/R/$24,640 €21,116 -18%
Two tone Blue over Light Blue. The powerful DeSoto is offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that it was owned by Carroll Shelby, in addition to a trunk full of spare parts.
150 1999 Shelby Series I 5CXSA1814XL000001 $100,000 $125,000 N/R/$313,000 €268,232 150%
Silver and Blue over Grey Sparco seats. 1st of 249 examples. Prototype Sparco seats with a 4-point belt system ensures the occupants are strapped in for a wild ride. The car is also fitted with a unique roll bar giving its pilot a bit of added security. Supercharger and 4-piston 4-wheel disc brake. 10,085 miles from new. Offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby.
151 1987 Dodge Shelby Charger GLH-S 1B3BZ64E3HD588876 $10,000 $15,000 N/R/$31,360 €26,875 109%
Black over Grey. 1st example. Offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby, Charger GLH-S 001 is above and beyond the finest of its kind.
152 2008 Ford Shelby GT500KR 1ZVHT88S285167213 $50,000 $75,000 N/R/$91,840 €78,704 22%
Ebony Black and Satin Ebony over Grey leather. Given to Carroll Shelby at his 85th birthday bash, Over the last 10 years, the car has traveled fewer than 150 miles, leaving it in phenomenal condition. The KR is accompanied by a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby, in addition to a photograph of Carroll with the car at his birthday bash.
153 1988 Dodge Shelby Dakota Prototype 1B7GN14X0JS662339 $10,000 $15,000 N/R/$33,600 €28,794 124%
White over Grey. Prototype version of the future production vehicle. Rides on Elite 5 spoke aluminum wheels wrapped in massive Goodyear Eagle ST rubber. Under the hood, performance parts are everywhere, including the Direct Connection intake setup and Eldebrock performance valve covers. With less than 15,000 on the clock, the truck’s one and only owner, Carroll Shelby, has kept it in excellent condition. The prototype is offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby.
154 1987 Dodge CSX 1B3B544F2HN513458 $10,000 $15,000 N/R/$16,800 €14,397 12%
Two-tone Black and Silver over White. 1 of 750. First example built as noted on its numbered dash plaque and has been under the care of Carroll Shelby since it was built. The car is offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby.
155 1983 De Tomaso Pantera GTS THPNBT09281 $80,000 $100,000 N/R/$182,560 €156,449 83%
Rosso and Nero over Crema leather. 7,350 miles from new. The car is accompanied by its tools, jack, and a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby. With such a famed owner, this Pantera is a must have for any De Tomaso or Shelby collector.
156 1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Continuation Series Convertible 6S2382 $60,000 $80,000 N/R/$201,600 €172,765 152%
Blue with Le Mans stripe over Cream leather. 1st example of only 12 continuation series produced by Shelby from 1980 to 1982. Displayed at the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, later displayed at SAI, As documented by the Shelby Registry and the Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate, the GT350 convertible has been under Carroll’s care from new.
157 1987 De Tomaso Pantera GTS-5 1A9PN8746JD111030 $25,000 $35,000 N/R/$226,240 €193,881 546%
Bianco over Bianco leeather. No powertrain fitted. Iit does come with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that it was owned by Carroll Shelby, something that no other GT5-S can claim.
158 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 Continuation CSX4194 $100,000 $125,000 N/R/$259,840 €222,675 108%
Purple over Black leather. Gifted to Heather Kozar, ’99 Playmate of the Year, Carroll Shelby. Ultimate spec, 428cui V8, 4 speed top loader. 974 miles from new. Complete with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate.
159 1927 Ford Model T Depot Hack 13494208 $10,000 $15,000 N/R/$11,200 €9,598 Mid
Black and wood over wood. Offered from the personal collection of racing legend Carrol Shelby. Today, the engine, chassis, and depot hack body which is sure to provide plenty of utility, presents very well. Fitted with an electric starter which became a standard feature on all models, and not an extra. An additional interesting detail is the Terlingua Racing Team crest adorning the bodywork. Offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby.
160 2012 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Super Snake 1ZVBP8JS3B5158841 $50,000 $75,000 N/R/$147,840 €126,695 97%
Black over Black leather. 1st of 500 examples, documented by its Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate. Excellent condtion.
161 1969 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Coupe 9F02R482870 $80,000 $100,000 N/R/$96,320 €82,543 Mid
Red over Black. 428 Cobra Jet Ram Air and C-6 auto. via Shelby Racing to A. Rothschild, CA (1), Shelby Ford ’69, later to Jackie Cooper, John Wright, OH, later to Carroll Shelby. Verified by the Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate, the car was eventually purchased by Carroll Shelby.
162 1987 Dodge Shelby Lancer 1B3BX68B5HN417265 $5,000 $10,000 N/R/$19,040 €16,317 9%
Red over Black. 1st of just 800 examples. 50,000 miles from new. Complete with Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate.
163 1997 Shelby Aurora V8 Can AM N/A $20,000 $25,000 N/R/$100,800 €86,383 303%
Oldsmobile Centennial Silver over Race. Unique concept for a proposed Can-Am racecar with Shelby made 32 valve DOHC V8. Testing at Willow Springs, it has laid dormant in Carroll’s collection. Offered with a Shelby vehicle authenticity certificate certifying that the car was owned by Carroll Shelby.
164 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition 1FAFP90S66Y400284 $390,000 $420,000/$412,000 €353,072 Mid
Gulf Blue and Orange Heritage Paint Livery over Black leather. via Ford of Las Vegas to unnamed, NV (1), unnamed ’16 (2). 2 owners and 10,000 miles from new. Excellent condition.
165 2000 BMW Z8 Roadster WBAEJ1349YAH60120 $117,000 $225,000 N/R/$196,000 €167,966 Mid
Titanium Silver over Black Nappa Leather. 3,864 miles from new. The car does come with its early service records from the dealer, original ordering documents, owners book, and a clean Carfax. The factory hardtop, cover, and stand will also accompany this profound roadster. Overall condition is excellent due to the life of the car being spent in a well maintained surrounding.
166 1985 Toyota BJ40 Convertible BJ40-062658 $65,000 $85,000 N/R/$87,360 €74,865 3%
Black over Tan leather. Convertible diesel variant that is seldom seen in the United States. The truck has just received a comprehensive, fully documented, body-off restoration by marque specialists. Every aspect of this truck has been thoroughly inspected and either upgraded or restored. Under its beautiful skin lies the fully rebuilt, indestructible 3-liter B-type engine and a four-speed manual transmission. Whether cruising on the highway or navigating the roughest of terrain, the Old Man Emu suspension components, steel wheels, and new BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires ensure that this 4×4 is prepared for anything that you throw at it. Various add on parts include LED lighting and a Bluetooth-enabled Sony sound system. Accompanying the vehicle is extensive photo documentation of the world-class restoration.
167 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 1G1YR26R395801234 $45,000 $65,000 N/R/$63,840 €54,709 Mid
Cyber Gray Metallic over Ebony leather. via Rudolph Chevrolet to unnamed, OK (1), vendor ’16 (2). 2 owners and 300 miles from new. As new.
168 1957 Chevrolet Corvette 283/283 Roadster E57S100398 $90,000 $110,000 N/R/$71,680 €61,428 -20%
Venetian Red and White over Red leather. 3 speed manual. Unnamed (1), unnamed ’96 (2), restored by Harry Marx Chevrolet and displayed by them from ’96 to ’04, unnamed, TX ’04 (3), unnamed ’09 (4). Complete with a matching red hardtop, red interior and white side scallops, this eye-catching Corvette is in lovely condition, and is believed to have covered fewer than 100 miles since the restoration. Complete with a operation manual and an old original black California license plate.
169 1959 Desoto Adventurer Sport Coupe M491100225 $50,000 $70,000 N/R/$47,040 €40,312 -6%
Black over multi coloured. Restored ’80s. 383 cubic inch OHV V8 and push button transmission.
170 1959 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster 198.042.8500297 $1,100,000 $1,300,000/$895,000 €766,989 -19%
DB50G Cream/Ivory White over DB1663 Black leather. via Falvey Autos, Inc to unnamed, CO, USA (1), unknown, later to the vendor ’70. Totally original and very well maintained. 92,500 miles from new. Complete with all of its original books—including owner’s manual, service book, catalog, Becker radio instruction book, sales brochure, and even a map of Germany (should you have wished for European delivery), in addition to the jack, spare, a selection of tools, and loads of receipts, this beautifully presented and unrestored 300SL beckons its first new keeper in nearly half a century.
171 1979 Citroen 2CV GXYL02YL6266 $15,000 $25,000/$8,960 €7,678 -41%
Red and White over Tartan cloth. Unknown car, delightful, restored at some point. Rare example.
172 1912 Oakland Model 30 Tourer 7500 $45,000 $65,00/$44,800 €38,392 -1%
Dark Green over Black leather. RHD. ex Marty Roth, lovingly prepared/ restored for reliable touring. The overdrive unit provided a nice benefit for higher speed cruising with engine noticeably less strained.
173 1910 Panhard-Levassor Type X7 Rothschild Laundalette 26021 $75,000 $95,000/Not sold N/A
Dark Blue over Cloth. RHD. US delivery, later to Walter McCarthy, fitted with both original bodies, a laundalet and a Tourer, Bob Scarsella, NY, Laundalette fitted, Helmut Peitz, Portugal, Abba Kogan, UK, Coburn Benson, ME, vendor, engine rebuilt by Rich Fazio, new interior by Terri Crew. Electric starter fitted, older restoration.
174 1914 Lozier Model 77 5 Pass Touring car 8215 $300,000 $400,000/Not sold N/A
White over Blue leather. Formerly owned by the grandson of Harry Lozier. Restored to current very presentable order. ex Champlain Valley Transportation Museum. 1 of 30 surviving Loziers.
175 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Brewster Town car S203PR $85,000 $115,000/$91,840 €78,704 Mid
Two tone Brown over Leather and cloth. Mrs. Leona Henschel, NY ’33 (1), Albert E. Gurge ’48 (2), Mr. John O’Rouche (3), E.D. Swain, NC ’55 (4), Dominic Coppella ’78 (5), Theodore M. Diller, OH ’92 (6), David Burg (7?), vendor ’12 (8?). Rebuilt by Dick Fawley and Steve Litton. Very good order. Superb.
176 2005 Rolls-Royce Phantom SCA1S68405UX07583 $85,000 $110,000/$78,400 €67,187 -8%
Charcoal Grey Metallic over Black leather. CA delivery (1), vendor (2). 2 owners and 28,000 miles from new.
177 1937 Rolls-Royce 25/30 Park Ward Limousine GRP41 $35,000 $45,000 N/R/$32,480 €27,834 -7%
Blue and Black over Black leather. RHD. Unknown history. Honest example, recipient of a restoration some years back. The panel gaps and door fitment are quite good and speaks to how sound the car is. Inside, the front compartment is upholstered in black leather, contrasting with grey velour in the rear compartment. Rear passengers are separated via a retractable divider window, offering privacy on long trips. While the interior is well presented, the wooden accent pieces do show some fading and peeling.
178 1949 Bentley Mark VI Sports Saloon B16LFV $30,000 $40,000 N/R/$43,680 €37,432 9%
Black and Grey over Black leather. Mr. Guillemo Seiburger, Argentina (1), later to USA, Mr. Arnold E. Petsche, TX ’07. The car is accompanied by a large history file, containing records dating back several decades.
179 1912 Chalmers-Detroit Model 30 Touring 28140 $30,000 $40,000 N/R/$25,760 €22,076 -14%
Black over Black leather. Highly original and beautifully patinated, resided in a museum from the mid-1950s until 2015. Largely original and unrestored condition, with the exception of minor maintenance work and a set of new tires. Largely complete and ran not long ago.
180 1930 Cord L-29 Convertible Sedan FDA3007 $160,000 $200,000/Not sold N/A
Cream, Blue and Tan over Tan leather. Mr. Silvey Speer, GA (1), Austin Abbott ’32 (2), Mr. and Mrs. Verney Bentley (3), Murrell Smith ’80s (4?), restored. Complete with various accessories including dual side-mount spares with spare-mounted mirrors, a trunk to match the tan convertible top, and an Elgin 8-day dash-mounted auto clock.
181 1934 Packard 1101 Convertible Sedan 375707 $125,000 $150,000/$162,400 €139,172 8%
Tan, Orange and Black over Cognac leather. Lovely condition, restored at some point. Included in the sale are maintenance records and ownership documentation.
182 1913 Ford Model T Touring 236814B $14,000 $17,000 N/R/$16,240 €13,917 Mid
Green and Black over Black. ex . Arnold E. Petsche ’11 A very fine example of the Brass-era Model T Ford, this example sports an older restoration which has grown a lovely patina.
183 1923 Ford Model T Roadster 7392695 $20,000 $25,000 N/R/$13,440 €11,518 -33%
Black over Black leather. ex Mr. Arnold Petsche, TX ’10. Beautifully restored. Complete with Frontenac OHV cylinder head conversion, a wooden pickup bed, tilt wheel, 2-barrel carburetor, aftermarket water pump and pressurized oil filter system. Fitted with a Ruckstell two-speed rear axle, the car reportedly goes extremely well, enhancing its inherent versatility.
184 1935 Ford CZX Sedan AZ257821 $15,000 $20,000 N/R/$15,120 €12,957 Mid
Green and Black over two tone. RHD. 136 cui Flathead Ford V8 and Pinto 4 speed manual fitted. Restored in New Zealand ’04. via RM Monterey ’10 $25k
185 1936 Ford Model 68 Deluxe Phaeton 32050750 $50,000 $75,000/$49,280 €42,232 -1%
Washington Blue and Tacoma Cream over Brown leather. ex Jack Hogan Ford collection, restored twice, concours award winner. Excellent car.
186 1929 Ford Model A Fire Chief Speedster A3843359 $18,000 $24,000 N/R/$23,520 €20,156 Mid
Red over Black. This charming Model A Ford has been configured into a lovely little Speedster-type firetruck. Painted ‘fire engine red’, the hood is adorned with gold leaf-type lettering saying ‘Kitty Hawk – Fire Chief’. Extinguishers are fitted to the running boards, and little bucket seats makes for a thrilling drive. Offered from the renowned early Ford collection of the late Arnold E. Petsche.
187 1935 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Coupe Hotrod 21EAJ1138 $25,000 $40,000 N/R/$32,480 €27,834 Mid
Black over Tan. Handsomely finished custom features a largely unchanged exterior but with all-modern mechanicals. Channeled onto a one-off boxed frame that was powder coated gloss black, this Jet Black, suicide-door custom is powered by a C5 Corvette-sourced LS big-cam engine mated to a trusty L460E overdrive automatic transmission. Power is delivered via polished, custom chrome wheels shod in modern, wide, whitewall tires. All new chrome and glass is fitted along with all-modern lighting. Inside, a Dakota Dash fronts the tan interior.
188 1948 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet 876H761099 $40,000 $60,000/Not sold N/A
Dark Red over Burgundy. Beautiful car, restored ’70s, 54,600 miles from new. Fitted with tall, white-wall tires the Lincoln has a period-correct profile and deserves careful consideration.
189 1941 Cadillac Series 60 Special Sedan 6343880 $35,000 $45,000 N/R/$16,800 €14,397 -52%
Dark Blue over two tone. restored, ex unnamed, MN, Arnold E. Petsche in 2013. This car remains solid and eminently useable. Ideal CCCA entry.
190 1986 Ferrari Testarossa 62945 $110,000 $150,000/$123,200 €105,579 Mid
Rosso Corsa over Tan leather. MA, USA delivery, well maintained. The CARFAX report documents the history and mileage, but notes a collision in November 2001. The accident, in which the car was backed into a pole, is documented by a photo showing the minor damage prior to repair. Complete with all of the original books, tools, jack, proper folding keys, and pouch, the numerous receipts documenting its service history also come with the car in additional to a copy of the window sticker and a complete set of fitted luggage that came with the car from new.
191 1986 Lamborghini Countach 5000 QV ZA9CA05A7GLA12028 $280,000 $340,000/Not sold N/A
Bianco Polo Park over Rosso leather. 1 of 676 examples, complete with the iconic and functional rear wing, correct factory phone dial-style OZ alloy wheels, air conditioning, Alpine AM/FM stereo radio with cassette, tinted glass, remote mirrors, and driving lights. via Meadowland Car Import to unnamed (1). 1 owner and 41,500km from new. An enthusiast owner and fanatical record keeper, virtually every scrap of paper relating to the car has been retained with several thick file folders documenting the regular and meticulous maintenance. Starting with the aforementioned copy of the MSO, as well as a copy of the original invoice and the check use to pay for the car, it continues through the usual service to the engine, brakes, transmission, suspension, etc. While the maintenance has been constant and regular, the overall use has been not, with the car only sparingly used these many years resulting in only 41,500 kilometers (25,800 miles) appearing on the odometer.
192 1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Cabriolet 111.025-12-000619 $130,000 $160,000/$129,920 €111,338 -1%
Anthracite Grey over Black leather. This elegant 280SE cabriolet, which was taken down to the bare metal and resprayed in its original color of Anthracite Grey, shows well inside and out. The exterior paint shows well in the as-factory delivered color. The chrome and bright work appears original, and in equally good shape. Once inside, the rather original interior in beautiful black leather invites, neatly contrasted by elegant burl wood, which has also been detailed to the highest standards. A period-correct Becker Grand Prix radio adorns the dashboard area, and the correct Kuhlmeister air-conditioning system rounds out the opulent interior appointments. Fantastoc car. With an automatic transmission, power windows and air conditioning, the car retains some very desirable options. Offered with original books and a deal brochure.
193 1965 Porsche 356SC Coupe 222001 $100,000 $130,000/Not sold N/A
Champagne Yellow over Brown leatherette. via Porsche San Antonio with Talbot mirror, rear compensating spring, chrome wheels, fog lights and headrests. Dealer installed options include the rear luggage rack and radio to Robert Johnson, GA (1), later to OR with one owner for 37 years, repainted Grey, vendor ’13, restored by Champion Auto Body and others. The interior was furnished by Autos International, the gauges restored by North Hollywood Speedo, and the original, numbers matching engine was rebuilt by Porsche expert Jack Staggs in San Clemente, California. Care was taken in replicating the original factory specification right down the correct German square weave in the carpets. This stunning 356SC Coupe is offered with the Porsche-issued COA, a copy of its Kardex and an owner’s manual, original jack, spare, tool kit, and reams of documentation going back the 1960s.
194 1967 Fiat Dino Spider 135AS0000438 $100,000 $125,000/$98,560 €84,463 -1%
Rosso Corsa over Tan leather. Mr. Sarabia, CA (1), later with J. Burt, vendor ’14. Within the first two years of ownership this work has included rebuilding the engine, transmission, carburetors, and starter, with much of the work carried out by engine specialist Terry Myr and detail work by Concours judge and expert Adam Hammer. The maintenance has been continuous with an extensive refresh of the engine by George Evans of Evans Automotive in Columbus, Ohio being completed more recently. In addition, the electrics have also received additional been gone through. All of this was completed with the aim of putting the car into good usable order. Very good. Offered at Bonhams Scottsdale ’16 NS$140k.
195 1974 Alfa Romeo 2000GT Veloce AR3023824 $35,000 $45,000 N/R/$38,080 €32,633 Mid
Rosso Burgundy over Beige leather. Repainted, presents beautifully, maintained by Alfa Performance Connection.
196 1970 Triumph Spitfire Mark III FDU90993L $20,000 $30,000 N/R/$10,080 €8,638 -50%
British Racing Green over Black. Cosmetic restoration ’08, mechanical restoration ’16. Straight and shows well. 1,000 miles from new.
197 2013 Dodge Viper GTS 1C3ADEBZ0DV300099 $60,000 $75,000 N/R/$77,280 €66,227 3%
Viper Blue and White over Black Laguna leather. 99th of 150. Altogether, the complete package harkens back to the first-generation GTS cars of the 1990s. Originally delivered and sold out of a dealership in Texas, the vehicles one owner registered the car in Illinois and used it sparingly over the next couple of years. As a result, just under 1,000 miles show on the odometer making this a fresh example indeed.
198 2004 Dodge Viper SRT10 1B3JZ65Z24V100549 $35,000 $45,000 N/R/$42,560 €36,473 Mid
Viper red over Black leather. WA delivery, original owner. 3,000 miles from new.
199 1980 Ferrari 512BB 31363 $225,000 $275,000/$212,800 €182,363 -5%
Rosso Corsa and Nero over Nero leather. European delivery, later to the USA for Jim Hunter, MN, Mr. Mike Hains, CT ’88, Mr. David Bothe, CA, Doug Schoch, much cosmetic and mechanical maintenance. Beautiful. Fitted with the attractive period alloy wheels shod on Michelin XWX tires. This wonderful Ferrari is supplied with a comprehensive history file and owner’s manual and will surely present its next owner with a thrilling driving experience.
200 1958 Jaguar XK150 3.4 Roadster S830667DN $90,000 $130,000 N/R/$101,920 €87,342 Mid
Old English White over Red leather and Fawn top. via Jaguar Cars of New York to unnamed, USA. Recently restored by Jeff’s Resurrections. The car was restored to match its factory delivered livery, and even today the car presents in excellent form. The body is in fantastic condition, with good panel fitment, while the paint is still shining strong. The engine bay shows very nicely, with engine operation running smooth and the transmission shifts and functions well. Fine condition.
200 1958 Jaguar XK150 3.4 Roadster S830667DN $90,000 $130,000 N/R €78,300 €113,100
Old English White over Red leather and Fawn top. via Jaguar Cars of New York to unnamed, USA. Recently restored by Jeff’s Resurrections. The car was restored to match its factory delivered livery, and even today the car presents in excellent form. The body is in fantastic condition, with good panel fitment, while the paint is still shining strong. The engine bay shows very nicely, with engine operation running smooth and the transmission shifts and functions well. Fine condition.
201 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Coupe 111026.10.000741 $150,000 $180,000/Not sold N/A
Tunis Beige over Tan leather. 4 speed manual transmission. FL, USA delivery. Over the course of 3 years the body was stripped down to bare metal with fenders being changed and refurbished where necessary. The exterior received factory Tunis Beige paint making for an elegant overall appearance. The work under the skin continued with the engine being taken out of the bay to received attention and a new clutch. Also fitted to the engine is a stainless-steel exhaust that will not only resist corrosion but also provide a pleasant V8 rumble as it moves along the esteemed areas the car is destined for. Inside the attention to detailed continued, with the interior being fully reupholstered in period correct grained leather. New carpets were placed throughout and the wood also received proper refurbishment. Fitted with a slew of sought after options, a Behr air-conditioning system provides cool air for summer drives and a sunroof aids in lighting and ventilation. The work done to the car was done with the utmost care and the car presents beautifully.
202 2010 Dodge Viper SRT10 Final Edition 1B3AZ6JZXAV100428 $70,000 $80,000 N/R/$68,320 €58,548 -2%
Graphite Clear and Black over Black leather. 1 of 50 examples. MI, USA (1), TN ’12 (2), unnamed ’16 (3).
203 2009 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 GT1 Championship Special Edition 1G1YG26E395300055 $45,000 $60,000 N/R/$67,200 €57,588 12%
Multi coloured over Black leather. via Marc Heitz Chevrolet to unnamed (1). 1 owner and 31 miles from new. After selling in the Midwest the car was later registered in 2016 to Montana with its most recent owner. Essentially a new car, it is a rare opportunity to acquire a factory fresh, Special Edition Corvette almost a decade after it left the dealership when new.
204 1987 Porsche 930 Turbo WP0JB0934HS050900 $90,000.00 $120,000/$89,600 €76,785 -1%
Silver over Linen leather. Complete with air conditioning, driver and passenger lumbar support, alarm system, cruise control, driving lights, and power windows, locks and sunroof. All of its original stickers, including door jamb label and under-hood trim label are still present along with its original tool roll, air compressor kit, receipts from recent service work, owner’s manual, and warranty and maintenance book – which has been stamped with service work done by the previous owners. Retaining its original Blaupunkt radio — a rarely seen detail as most were swapped out with modern head units, correct Fuchs wheels, and showing 63,300 miles — a figure corroborated as original by its clean CarFax report, this largely original 930 Turbo will no doubt continue to thrill and excite. The experience at the wheel of this beast will provide the closest thing to a time machine, taking you back to an era when electric nannies like stability control were barely wisps in the burnt rubber emanating from this Turbo’s massive rear tires.
205 1968 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2 Roadster 1E17088 $90,000 $130,000/$87,360 €74,865 -3%
Cotswold Blue over Biscuit leather and Black top. This elegant E-Type Roadster is accompanied by a comprehensive history file, owner’s manual, tools and convertible top boot, and is optioned with the rare air conditioning system, a period radio, and back up light.
206 1952 Mercedes-Benz 170SB 191010.00614/52 $18,000 $24,000 N/R/$26,880 €23,035 12%
Black over Red leather. Offered by Arnold E. Petsche. Complete with air-conditioning and an engine swap to the much more powerful SOHC 190SL-type engine. The comprehensive restoration file accompanying the car attests to a full restoration and dates the cars history back to before Mr. Petsche’s ownership.
207 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL 113.044-12-005925 $60,000 $80,000/Not sold N/A
Signal Red (563H) and Black over Black leather. Auto. Becker Grand Prix radio fitted. Cosmetic restoration that attended to the entire exterior of the car. Among the recent work was a new paintjob, freshly redone bumpers and chrome, and a new Hartz top. Still fitted with its original Becker radio, it is complete with its books and manual. Whether with the hardtop fitted or with only the sky above your head (and the soft top at the ready should it be needed), this 280SL is the perfect chariot in which to cruise.
208 1966 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2 Roadster 1E12683 $80,000 $100,000 N/R/$88,480 €75,825 Mid
Blue over Grey. $100k restoration at some point with modern-day technology to alleviate the features most often negatively associated in the E-Type. The body was carefully gone through with any damaged sections replaced with brand new Martin Robey sheet metal and professionally welded to ensure tight fit and factory quality alignment. The finished body was stripped, professionally finished with two dual stage primer coats, four layers of PPG basecoat in brilliant blue, another four layers of PPG clearcoat, and finally wet sanded, polished and buffed. Inside, the interior was professionally finished and installed in grey hides, the steering wheel was replaced with a new Motolita 15″ unit, and the stereo was discretely fitted with an iPod jack. On top of it all, a new Stayfast canvas convertible top in navy with a matching black convertible boot cover was fitted. The engine, from a later Series II car but mechanically very similar to the 4.2 liter six that was originally fitted in the car, was professionally rebuilt and fitted with a new solid state SU fuel pump, distributor with electronic contacts, ceramic coated headers, and an ANSA exhaust system. Ahead of the motor, a modern, aluminum radiator built especially for E-Types was installed. Additionally, the rear differential was completely rebuilt with new bearings and gaskets and the shell powder coated. Between that and the engine, a 5-speed manual transmission from a Toyota Supra was fitted for crisp, fast shifting action and an extra gear for cruising. The drivetrain wasn’t the only thing to receive attention, however. All six shocks were replaced with adjustable gas-filled pipes made just for the E-Type, Wilwood brake calipers gripped new pads and rotors, and new tires shod the freshly chromed rims. 1,975 miles since. Sold on a salvage title. via Bonhams Greenwich ’14 $86k.
209 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark I BT7 HBT7L/11954 $50,000 $65,000 N/R/$57,120 €48,950 Mid
California Sage Metallic over Beige leather and top. ex Donald Gault, ONT, Canada, frame off restoration by Autodreams. Receipts for $100,000. Each dollar spent is accounted for in the many invoices included within an appraisal done once the work was finished. This appraisal goes into full detail regarding the work throughout this extended project. The drivetrain received a fresh engine, and the prereferral components from the intake system all the back to the exhaust received attention. The transmission is an original unit that was refurbished, and suspension received equal attention where needed with new bushings and joints also being installed. When it comes to the mechanicals, one should have little to worry about as just about every component was touched. Cosmetically, the Healey is in equally fantastic condition. The body was fully disassembled and treated where necessary with the proper methods to bring the piece back into shape. From there the body received a ‘show quality’ California Sage Metallic paint job. All the chrome was redone and shine with a great deal of luster. Inside, the interior has been entirely reupholstered and dash has been covered in leather. In the direct view of the driver, the original smiths were completely refurbished.
210 1959 Dodge Royal Lancer Coupe M332110515 $50,000 $70,000 N/R/$24,640 €21,116 -51%
Pink and White over Pink, White and Black. Auto. Well-presented throughout, the paintwork is good, and the expansive body has great lines defined by an abundance of brightwork, which appears to have been upgraded with the Custom Royal trim package. A copy of this car’s original broadcast sheet is included in the sale and adding to the cars pedigree is 5 decades of singular ownership.
211 1954 Kaiser Manhattan Supercharged 5421-2355 $20,000 $30,000 N/R/$20,160 €17,277 Mid
Pink over Green and Cream. Stylish, Kelsey Hayes wire wheels. It is in good overall condition, showing only 46K miles on the odometer. Pleasantly authentic and presenting in a superb and unique color combination.
212 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III 9Y89A863615 $12,000 $16,000 N/R/$7,840 €6,719 -35%
Pale Raspberry and Black vinyl roof over White leather. 38,000 miles from new. Superbly preserved.
213 1966 Plymouth Valiant Signet Coupe VH27B62594626 $20,000 $30,000 N/R/$8,960 €7,678 -55%
White over Blue. Offered today is one such example of the later second generation Valiant presented in a fabulously period, white over blue livery. Having rolled off the Hamtramck assembly floor in 1966, this premium Signet trim level example is fitted with a B code 225ci Slant-six mated to a column-shift 3-speed automatic and is believed to be the original driveline. A recent tuneup including filters, plugs and wires purportedly leave said driveline functioning beautifully. A power operated blue convertible top, power steering and a Plymouth Trans Audio AM radio appoint this trim little saver, while turbine-style hubcaps embellish its 14″ steel wheels.
214 1961 MG MGA Mark II Roadster GHNL2/105962 $15,000 $20,000 N/R/$7,280 €6,239 -51%
Old English White over Red leather and Black top. Complete example, restoration project. Fitted with an optional luggage rack.
215 1963 Fiat-Abarth Monomille GT Coupe 110-0380 $150,000 $180,000/$151,200 €129,574 Mid
Rosso over Nero. Either imported by Al Consentino or William Gard, NY (1?), Charles Berwind ’71 (2?), Peter Fisk ’85 (3?), vendor ’80s (4?), restored to Bialbero spec.
216 1966 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2 Roadster 1E13061 $90,000 $120,000 N/R/Not sold N/A
Red over Black. G. Thornton, USA (1?) in Cream and Black over Black leather, unknown. Unfortunately, the grander history of this beautiful Series 1 is not known. Based on the current condition of the vehicle however, one can infer that it has received a restoration at some point, including a color change and that this has now aged somewhat. The bright Signal Red paint shows in good condition and the body appears straight with good shut lines. In addition, the interior presents well with fresh looking black leather adorning the seats. Most importantly, the original engine has remained with the car from the beginning with only the head being replaced by Jaguar sometime early in the roadster’s life. Lastly, the car will be accompanied by its tire changing kit, tools, and the aforementioned JHTC.
217 1986 BMW M6 WBAEE1403H2560325 $40,000 $50,000 N/R/$38,080 €32,633 -5%
Schwartz over Lotus White Nappa leather. via Griffith BMW to Richard J. Hoover, PA (1), three further owners. Evidence of quality custodians can be found upon inspection. Fresh and proper Michelin TRX tires wrap factory 15in BBS wheels whilst invoices dating back to 1987 totaling in excess of $30,000 can be found within the vehicle’s extensive history file. Most recently, one such receipt for a 22 hour labor-intensive service covers a clutch replacement as well as replacement ignition components, transmission mounts, a valve adjustment, a replacement radiator, replacement fuel lines and an assortment of rubber hoses and bushings. The underside of the trunk lid contains a surprisingly comprehensive set of small hand tools complete with dust cloth, while the original first-aid kit and unused spare tire can be found just below. A converted R134 air-conditioning unit and recently overhauled self-leveling suspension are reported to be fully functioning ensuring comfort as the driver is whisked along. An uncommon occurrence for owners to put forth an effort retaining these items, this car comes with its original service booklet with dealer stamps, manuals, accessory booklets and original BMW radio with power antenna.
218 1991 Lotus Espirit Turbo SE SCCFC20BXMHF60115 $25,000 $35,000 N/R/$16,800 €14,397 -33%
Red over Tan leather. 1 of 22 examples. Today, the car presents very well and has clearly been maintained to a high standard. At the time of cataloging, the odometer reading was 35,725, though the Carfax reports a slight discrepancy in 2011. Upon inspection, the condition of the car is commensurate with a vehicle that has traveled a very short distance and would lead one to believe that the actual mileage is within a few thousand of the current reading. The Carfax also shows that in 2009 at 33,585 miles, the transmission was rebuilt, and the clutch was replaced. The car received another service in 2015, and was most recently treated to an oil and filter change in 2016.
219 1935 MG Midget P-Type PA0215 $55,000 $70,000/$50,400 €43,191 -8%
“Dublin Green and Ulster Green over Apple Green. RHD. Mr. G. Robinson, UK (1), unknown, later to NZ, Frank Carter ’80s, exported to CO, USA ’00s. Restored. Offered with copies of period factory paraphernalia and the model’s instruction manual, as well as copies of the original build sheets and early registration cards, this beautifully presented P-Type must be one of the finest examples available anywhere. Solidifying this claim is a AACA National first prize. ”
220 1917 Stanley Steamer 7 Pass Tourer 17545 $15,000 $25,000 N/R/$19,040 €16,317 Mid
N/A over N/A. Unknown early history, George Moe from ’47 to ’88, John Doerr from ’88, restoration begun, The car was last on the road in 1972 and retains many of its original features, including most of the original interior, and many of its original fittings. John Doerr purchased the car from the Moe family in 1988 and a restoration began. Mr. Doerr only got as far as stripping the suspension and frame, primer painting them, and replacing some of the under-floor wood. The current owner stored the car while acquiring complete steering box renovation parts, new and proper running board skirts, and a spare top to pick extra parts from. For a car that is over 100 years old, it is in remarkably solid condition with its original linoleum, complete aluminum floorboard trim, much sought after generator, battery charging regulator and charge indicator, pumps, automatic controls, etc.
221 1929 Packard 840 Custom Touring 172900 $60,000 $80,000 N/R/$25,760 €22,076 -57%
Maroon over Black leather. via Plemmons Motor Co to Mr. Frank Barnard, USA (1), stored from ’30s until ’17. Excellent restoration project, totally original.
222 1907 Thomas-Detroit Model C Tourer 1746 $125,000 $175,000 N/R/$61,600 €52,789 -51%
Black and Green over Beige leather. RHD. ex J. Herbert Carpenter Jr., Mr. Christopher Thomas and Joanna Steele, ex Arnold Petsche, Restored by Concours Classic Motor Cars. Stunning, beautifully restored condition.
223 1940 Lincoln Zephyr 3 window coupe H72353 $100,000 $140,000 N/R/$44,800 €38,392 -55%
Lincoln Maroon over Maroon cloth. 68,626 miles from new. Great patina. The V12 engine is mechanically sound, and runs smooth. Generally, this Lincoln is a solid driving example with excellent handling dynamics for a car of its age. This beautiful Lincoln comes equipped with its original tools and jack. The trunk area appears to be very original as well, with its spare white wall tire in the correct enclosure. This is an extremely well-preserved example of Lincoln’s streamlined design, and would be an excellent complement for any collection.
224 1954 Cunningham C3 Vignale Coupe 5440 $300,000 $400,00/$313,000 €268,232 Mid
Two tone Blue over Beige. Originally numbered #5232, renumbered by the works as #5440, William C. Rands Jr., MI/FL (1), Howard Girardin (2), repainted, Chrysler 300 engine and Chev transmission fitted, unknown, believed to have gone to RI and CT before discovery with Mr. Frederick, NJ, finally to a junkyard in Queens, New York. Discovered by George Anita. When found, the car was described as being in rather rough shape, with the windshield, engine, and transmission missing. Anita installed another Chrysler V8 in the car along with TorqueFlite transmission before swapping it to Ali Lugo of Connecticut for another C-3, a Convertible s/n 5441, in the early 1970s. It wasn’t a complete swap, however, as Anita kept some items from the car including the left instrument cluster and the brass serial number plaque. Lugo took his new car and transferred the dash and remaining instruments and knobs to Stu Barnette—then owner of C-3 s/n 5229—before advertising the car in The New York Times in July of 1977 for $2500. Larry Tory, also of New York spotted the listing and purchased the car from Lugo. At the time, 5440 was finished in cream over brown trim and the body was said to be badly dented and rusted. Tory stripped and repainted the chassis before listing it in early 1980 Road & Track and then in the March 1980 issue of Hemmings Motor News from which it was sold to Dean Dietrich of Hinsdale, Illinois. Dietrich was intent on restoring the car, sending it to a shop in Iowa not long after purchase. The restoration would be stillborn, however, as the car would sit basically as it had been purchased for a score of years before being discovered and acquired in 2000 by Daniel Rapley of Connecticut. From Rapley the C-3 went to Derrick Durst and in 2001 was purchased by the current owner. Still in rough shape and incomplete, another attempt at restoration began, this time more in earnest. Using information gleaned from fellow Cunningham owners to reconstruct the damaged bodywork, especially at the tail, Obermeyer’s 41 Auto Body in Allenton, Wisconsin began to bring the Cunningham back up to snuff. The entire frame was separated from the car and rotisserie restored. Parts that could not be fabricated were sourced separately, including a new windscreen to replace the broken one on the car and a rebuilt correct-type 331 cubic inch Chrysler Hemi V8 to go in place of the later motor fitted in the car. Further hard-to-find Cunningham pieces were taken from Cunningham chassis number 5236, a late production example that had never been bodied. From s/n 5236 came the Chrysler semi-automatic transmission, the four Zenith carburetors and the unique Cunningham manifold onto which those carburetors were mounted. Beyond the damaged bodywork, some trim pieces had gone missing. Those that could not be located, such as the chrome pieces around the hood and grill as well as the dashboard, were fabricated by International Restoration in Oaklawn, Illinois. Beyond the metalwork and trim, the car also received mechanical work that has made it a running and driving car—although it has rarely been run as the interior is still in rough, incomplete shape. Unsalvageable as it sits, the remains of the interior could provide a good rubric for patterns. Once the bodywork was completed, the car was painted in the two-tone white and navy blue it wears today. Alas, as has often in the car’s past, other projects have kept its restoration sidelined. Recently completed work includes a new set of correct wheels, hub caps and tires, the rebuilding of one of the carburetors, an engine tune-up, and service to the transmission and brakes. With the current owner’s restoration work now stretching over nearly two decades, some receipts are included but not every record can be found, in addition to a selection of photos both before and during the restoration.
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