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The matching numbers, expertly restored 1972 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider sold for $2,640,000, while
the 1991 Ferrari F40 Coupe made $1,512,500. Other top lots include the exquisite 1957 Mercedes-Benz
300SL Roadster – the first imported into the US, that achieved $1,512,500, and the commanding 1930
Bentley Speed Six Le Mans Replica Tourer that sold to a southern California enthusiast for more than 50% its
high estimate at $1,457,500.
Two of Carroll Shelby’s personal cars, the 1966 Ford Shelby GT 350H Fastback and 2006 Ford GT, which
were the subject of intense global interest before and during the auction, exceeded all estimates and sold for
$253,000 and $489,500, respectively.
The incredibly cool 1982 Lancia Rally 037 Stradale, another car that received tremendous attention, exceeded
its estimate and went for $451,000.
“We saw strong international bidding at Thursday’s auction, and the results speak for themselves,” said Jakob
Greisen, US Head of Motoring. “There were many fierce bidding battles where the winning bidders ended up
with some fantastic cars for their collections.”
“Our sale really demonstrated the strength of the collector car market across all eras of motoring,” said
Rupert Banner, Group Motoring Director, who, along with Jamie Knight, Group Motoring Chairman, was the
auctioneer. “We had lots of global interest and many new, first time buyers, which is a very positive indication
of the growth and future of the hobby.”
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