Scottsdale, 7th January, 2022
If the 300S represents the ‘before’ subject of an automotive ‘makeover’, a bevy of beauties
concours-standard restorations is led by a 1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 ‘Outside Bonnet Latch’
Roadster, estimate $380,000 – 480,000.
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Joining the E-Type is another Brit restored to Concours standard, a 1958 AC Ace Roadster,estimate
$325,000 – 375,000, offered from a prominent US-based collection of show winners. The Ace has itself won
many trophies at major Concours since its debut at various Concours d'Elegance events.
At the later end of the automotive timeline is a trio of modern classic supercars offered from a prominent
Reno, Nevada-based collection. An emblem of the 1980s is the 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th
Anniversary, estimate $300,000 – 350,000, considered the most desirable variant of the Bertone-designed
model. This well-preserved example, in highly original condition inside and out, has covered fewer than
One of its contemporary rivals was the Ferrari 512 TR, which offered improved dynamics over the preceding
Testarossa - and a faster top speed of 195mph. This 1992 car is the first of two pre-production US market
Prototypes. Highly original and well-preserved, the TR has covered fewer than 20,700 miles from new and
benefits from a recent major service by a Ferrari specialist. It is offered with fitted Schedoni leather luggage
and has an estimate of $275,000 – 325,000.
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The Scottsdale Auction 2022