London, 27th January, 2023
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A top result for supercars this week, was the ultimate track day car from the 21st century, a 2006 Maserati
MC12 Corse, developed from the GT1 racing car.One of only a dozen Corses produced,this box fresh
example, which had only covered 123 miles from new, raced away for $4.1 million.
Other highlights include:
Also commanding attention before the sale and at the rostrum was the late John White’s prestigious
Ramshead Collection, which registered white glove results, selling collectively for $3 million. Highlights
from the collection was a transatlantic trio of mid-century Chrysler Ghia show cars, which had all
enjoyed later success at Pebble Beach. Leading the way was the futuristic one-off concept 1957 Chrysler
Ghia Super Dart 400, which achieved $819,000. Its stablemate 1954 Chrysler Ghia GS-1 Coupé, one of
only five survivors of nine produced made $802,000, while a 1962 Chrysler Ghia L6.4 sold for $577,000.
Looking ahead, the Bonhams Collector Cars team is currently preparing for a major 2023 global season. Next
up is Les Grandes Marques du Monde à Paris in February, followed by the Amelia Island Auction in
March,highlighted by a 1937 Bugatti Type 57SC Sports Tourer, a No Reserve 1966 Ferrari 500 Superfast
Series 2, and acollection of rediscovered Jaguars, including one of three works built lightweight XK120
racers, campaigned by US Formula 1 World Champion Phil Hill.