Gooding & Company’s annual Amelia Island sale is the premier east coast auction of a premier automobile vendor. Located beachside, Gooding’s docket will be shown and sold within earshot of the crashing waves.
At its Amelia Island auction, Gooding & Company will offer an exemplary rendition of this ultra-rare and prized Ferrari, a 1956 410 Superamerica Series I that’s had only three owners and under 7,500 miles from new. It has been restored twice. The pre-sale estimate is $5m-$6m.
Toyota made just 500 of its Lexus LFA supercar. If you missed your chance to get one new, the Gooding & Company Scottsdale auction is offering #498, with just 60 miles delivery miles.
While half the country’s classics are squirreled away from salty winter roads, the other half heads to Arizona for Gooding’s Scottsdale auction. Our Team of automotive experts will be watching the auction closely to help better lease these cars in the future. Here are some of their favorites.
Over the course of seven days, thousands of vintage automobiles will cross the block in Scottsdale, sending ripples through the media and market. es will cross the block, sending ripples through the media and market. Topping the lists are two Jaguar D-Types, one offered from RM Sotheby’s and the other from Gooding & Company.
Can you see yourself behind the wheel? Gooding lists a pre-sale estimate of $225,000-$275,000. This Facel Vega HK500 features upgrades for easier driving include dual-circuit power brakes and modern in-dash air-conditioning. It recently won awards at several California Concours d’Elegance.
Each year, Gooding & Company follows the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance to Monterey, bringing with them an exceptional docket of consignments. This year is no different, with everything from a Ferrari LaFerrari to a 1939 Bugatti 57C, all waiting to be sold to the highest bidder.