Gooding & Company will offer a triple-black roadster with a mere 350 miles from new for a pre-sale estimate of $300k-$350k, which is substantially below the car’s original $500k price tag. Coupes go for even less.
At its Scottsdale auction this month, RM Sotheby’s will offer a 1985 Ferrari 288 GTO originally sold in the U.S. but rarely driven. The car shows less than 2,900 miles after passing through the hands of several collectors. The pre-sale estimate is $3.2m-$3.6m.
Nissan U.S.A. brought the GTR-50 prototype here for Monterey Car Week festivities, and company spokesman Josh Clifton told Premier, “The response was really positive, so it’s possible that at least one GT-R50 will find a home in the U.S.”