At the 2020 Scottsdale Auction, RM Sotheby’s is offering a 2017 Ferrari F12berlinetta that happens be one of the 70 offered with a 70th-Anniversary livery. It is just 109 miles from new. The pre-sale estimate is $400k-$450k.
While hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of collector cars once again changed hands at the world-renowned 2019 Monterey Car Week auctions, preliminary sale totals were reported by Hagerty Insurance and Larry Edsall of ClassicCars.com on Saturday, August 18th at $245.5 million.
As the official auction house of the world-renowned Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Gooding and Company has had the honor of being the official auction house of this storied event – the cornerstone of Monterey’s celebrated Classic Car Week.
America’s concours elegance season began in earnest with the Amelia Island Concours d’ Elegance this past weekend. There are some surprising results, including the Top 10 auction sales at the Concours.
Porsche made just 345 of its 1995-1997 Turbo S models, and if you were not one of the 176 American customers to get one, Gooding & Company is offering a stunning ’97 with 11,400 miles at its Amelia Island sale. The pre-sale estimate is $425k-$475k.
The news from Monterey is one of records shattered. At RM Sotheby’s, a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO set the world record for highest price ever paid for a car at auction: $48.4m. It all added up to over $367m for the week, a jump over last year’s $330m.
Learn firsthand the ins and outs of proper car auction etiquette from Premier Financial’s Southeast Regional Manager, Chris Warren, in his interview with The Weekly Driver.