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Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by Timmmmmmmmmmy, Jul 16, 2013.
Think the Daytona was $530k at hammer. Don't know others.
Any idea what the 500 Mondial traded hands for?
Isetta with a 30-40k estimate.
Interesting.... Chasing Classic Cars just aired the episode when Wayne auctioned his 1959 Jolly at an R&M auction a year or two ago. Sold for $62,500 back then.
How did the 330 America do at Russo and Steele last night?
Do you know where a listing of the sales is posted (if it actually is listed)? I am negotiating on a 72 Daytona right now and would really like to see how they sold this weekend as there were a few goods ones going off between the different auctions.........
IMHO I felt, with some exceptions (275 NART, 14 Louvre TDF, i.e.- exceptional cars) that prices seemed to trend to just above low reserve. This market is due for a softening and I believe it is happening. There were far more "no-sales" than a strong market, on the rise, should BEAR (pun intended). Post-Enzo cars did poorly. If buyers today are investors, as many have said, they are buying on the wrong end of the market. As Mr. Glickenhaus has said- "Those who refuse to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it."
Domo Arigato Mr Roboto
Insert obligatory comment about how much people spend to get their jollies.
250 GT Lusso @ Goodings - live now
The Pebble Beach Auctions | Gooding & Company
$1.1 for the Lusso
VW 21 window bus - $115k - Sold
Alfa 6C2500 Competizione (based on a 8C 2.9 chassis) up now $3 mil and climbing. Sold $4.4 mil.
Absolutely gorgeous 1948 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Competizione hammered sold at $4.4m.
Is there a Porsche 904 being auctioned tonight at Gooding, or anywhere else?
yesterday @ Gooding US$1.6 mil.
Gooding is the only Sunday auction
Does the $1.6 mil. include BP? A friend had asked me today to look out for the Porsche 904 tonight. So it went yesterday. Thank you.
NART 365 GTB/4 Spyder didn't sell during bidding. High bid $650k.
Edit: Sold after the auction.
Could be wrong but imo 1.65 including BP
To paraphrase Dale (TexasForever), that's the difference between curves and slants. Curves sell for a gazillion dollars, slants don't sell.
Yes, huge difference. The car has now sold after the auction. They didn't give the selling price.
But slants are the shape of things to come!
Triumph TR7 Ad: The Shape of Things to Come 2 $4995 - YouTube
F40 Le Mans - 1.9 + BP
Bugatti Type 57SC - 8.745 mil. (BP ??)
Inc BP for the Bugatti.