Audacious in its design and engineering, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing made sports car history at its 1954 New York International Motor Sports Show debut.
Come along on a virtual road trip around Colorado. This drive includes the towns of Boulder, Nederland, Lyons, and sites such as Carousel of Happiness, Oskar Blues and the Rocky Mountains. Plus, roads Highway 36, Peak To Peak Highway 72 and Colorado State Highway 7. All in a 1969 Jaguar.
At its Amelia Island sale, Bonhams will offer a one-owner, 30,000-mile ’66 E-Type Roadster with no reserve. With spring just weeks away, why just admire this Jag when you could enjoy it on a perfect country road?
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.
Jaguar is showing a willingness to spend considerable sums to possess the ultimate rendition of heritage: a continuation car of the Jaguar D-Type. That is, an actual model from the past, built just as it was when new, with no modern updates.
The C-Type is an ideal example of an automotive icon, hence the inclusion of a 1952 version in RM Sotheby’s “Icons” auction scheduled for December 6 in New York. This particular example, chassis XKC 007, is the seventh of 53 cars in the chassis number sequence. The pre-sale estimate is $5.5-$7m.