Gooding & Company Pebble Beach 2010 Auction Report

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Gooding #038; Company Beach 2010 – Auction

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Lot # 032 1943 Mercedes-Benz 770 K Limousine Pullman, Body by S/N 1500060030; Engine # 1500050030; leather, Blue-Grey cloth; $1,500,000 — $2,000,000; restoration, 2- condition; Not sold at a bid of $1,100,000 — Dual sidemounts, fender skirts, wheels, blackwall tires, head and fog lights. Lavishly and trimmed with opulent cloth and wood. The last built, first delivered to the embassy in Ankara, Turkey as a to the President of Turkey. Eventually by the Turkish government in 1967, to Manfredo Lippman and the Imperial Cosmetically restored some ago and no longer fresh with wear to thresholds, and a few blemishes in the and brightwork. Still, an impressive Mercedes and one of few with an unblemished Largely unmolested and with a history of caring, informed this is a highly desirable of what Mercedes-Benz could even in the middle of World War II and is free of nasty Nazi The reported high bid is a reasonable one for its and condition, but apparently not sufficient to pry it the hands of its present owner in

Lot # 033 1969 Lola T70 Mk IIIb S/N SL7655; Red, Blue Estimate $650,000 — Competition restoration, 3+ condition; Sold at $450,000 plus of 10.00%; Final Price — RHD. Webers, BBS center 2-piece wheels. of California area historic tech stickers since Not fresh but very presentable and be race-ready with reasonable Bought new from Lola in by Ted Gildred, the last of five T70 Mk IIIbs built, and used for historic racing. 650hp Spare transaxle, gears and parts go with it. Having no racing history makes the of this T70 absolutely clear, it does nothing for its historic The Pebble Beach bidders an informed and rational choice history and condition and the new owner got an vintage race car for an intelligent

Lot # 036 1958 Ferrari 250 GT TdF Berlinetta, by Scaglietti; S/N 0903GT; Engine # Red, Dark Blue Red leather, Blue piping; $2,600,000 — $3,200,000; restoration, 3+ condition; Not sold at a bid of $2,400,000 — Painted wire wheels, fog light and light in grille, hood single sail vent, filler, no bumpers. One significant Rheims 12 hours in 1958, but a dnf by Sture Nottrop. Later a number of Swedish owners being stripped for restoration 1970, completed in 2007. paint and interior. Weak Good fits. Chassis was like new and now shows some Bill Harrah’s 0925GT was $2.8 million in Monaco two ago and if there was money at this there it should have enough to turn the bid into a This is more than enough for a TdF with a history the worked hard to pump up. tried to sell it at Gstaad in with an optimistic low estimate of million. The estimate here is more realistic, as is the reported bid.

Lot # 037 1936 Packard Twelve Dual Cowl Body by Dietrich; S/N 921204; # 904489; Yellow/Dark brown; $600,000 — $700,000; restoration, 2- condition; Hammered at $540,000 plus commission of Final Price $594,000 Chrome wire wheels, dual windshields, wind dual outside mirrors. ordered without sidemounts or wheel horn button and rack emblems. An older restoration by two different owners. excellent, paint chipped in and other minor blemishes. The of sidemounts signal a coming that would see them soon after the war and complement the Dietrich design of this, the year for Packard’s Dual Phaeton. The price is reasonable for car’s attractive design and while also recognizing the in its older restoration.

Lot # 039 1955 Maserati A6G/54 Body by Zagato; S/N 2105; # 2105; Black, White and roof stripe/Black vinyl; $1,400,000 — $1,800,000; restoration, 2 condition; Hammered at $1,450,000 plus commission of Final Price $1,595,000 Chrome spoke Borranis, radio, Marchal headlights. Turin Motor Show car. Freshly restored in in its original livery with the rebuilt by Pail Grist. paint, chrome and interior. like new and impeccable. Sold by in London in 2001 for $392,627 as an restoration, then completed Adolfo Orsi’s supervision. It was expensive in 2001 and today is than three times the that RM got for another A6G 2000 s/n 2189, here in 2003. It is a automobile and a high quality but it is nothing if not expensive.

Lot # 041 1957 Clipper Country Sedan Wagon; S/N 57L3011; Ivory, vinyl, Black, White Estimate $60,000 — Concours restoration, 1 condition; Sold at $52,500 plus of 10.00%; Final Price — Automatic, WonderBar wheel covers, whitewalls, rack, dual rear Excellent paint, chrome and Show quality restoration from the door fits could be more even. in 2002, formerly in 57 Heaven in MO and still visually stunning. No This is, without a doubt, a for this model’s value, a and exceptionally attractive example needs nothing to be a star it appears. There are many cars that could be for similar money in similar but few that will attract Packard’s (Studebaker’s) attention and It is a sound value at this

Lot # 042 1931 Bentley 8 Litre Coupe, Body by after Nutting; S/N VA4090 (YM5043); # YM5043; Maroon, red pinstripe/Maroon Estimate $700,000 — Concours restoration, 1- condition; Not at a Hammer bid of $650,000 — Dual side-mounted spares, clock, body color discs, blackwall tires, light. A gorgeous re-creation of the 1930 Olympia Motor car based on 4-litre frame from VA4090), three alternator, D-type 4 1/2 Litre Speed Six rear axle, steering. Various chassis stamped with the original 8-Litre chassis number. done and magnificently detailed. a bitsa, in the finest tradition of famous but lost Bentleys. The 8-Litre Sportsman’s Coupe, if it would be worth a fortune and its design is more than enough to warrant re-creation. The of workmanship is impeccable. The reported bid not have been more a nudge (or a negotiation) away being successful.

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Lot # 043 1956 Stanguellini 1100 Sport Roadster, Body by S/N CS01120; Red/Red leather; $250,000 — $325,000; restoration, 2+ condition; Hammered at $200,000 plus commission of Final Price $220,000 Lefthand drive, black rollbar, 1959 OSCA-Fiat engine, grey painted wire wheels, full windscreen. Very cute, covered headlights, front vents and taillights integrated in the fender fins. Raced by Kiekhaefer (Mercury Marine) at in 1958, 4th in class and 21st with subsequent SCCA then vintage raced 1983-1990. Subsequently restored and very original and complete. with a large documentation and believed to be the only one of its type and style to survive. Original engine exists but not with the Good paint, better Restored better than No Reserve. One of a kind, with a racing history including which will add to its desirability at and in the best historic racing The presentation is stellar: clean, and sensitive to reproducing its original It is impossible to argue with the determination of its value, although the Sebring history it wouldn’t nearly this much.

Lot # 044 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II 3-pos. Drophead Coupe, by Gurney Nutting; S/N 117RY; # RV65; Grey/Dark brown Brown cloth top; $450,000 — $550,000; restoration, 3 condition; Hammered at $480,000 plus commission of Final Price $528,000 RHD. Lucas head and lights, center-mounted fog light, horns, polished wheel rear-mounted spare. Close-coupled coachwork with a huge trunk set between the rear and hood side louvers into the cowl. Very older restoration coming Stress cracks in the paint and wearing. Interior and top are still Stately, imposing and deftly a sporting look with the of the 3-position top. Long history and a quality, but now ageing, this is an ideal Rolls-Royce for all of events and tours. The Pebble bidders recognized its quality and with a result that is to both the buyer and the seller.

Lot # 046 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider Body by Pinin Farina; S/N Engine # 1603GT; Silver/Black Estimate -; Older restoration, 2 Hammered Sold at $6,600,000 commission of 10.00%; Final $7,260,000 — Chrome Borranis, central rear filler cap, right number light, no bumpers, body, covered headlights. The disc brake California raced at Nassau and at Sebring finishing 5th overall. Motion restoration in the late 80’s. excellent paint, chrome and Chassis restored like Vinyl graphics. Ferrari certified. This was, as it out, the star of the weekend, the top among nearly three million dollar cars changed hands. It is impossible to the bidders’ enthusiasm for its beauty, weight body and racing but it is a high water mark for LWB Cal by some margin, signifying the high regard for the very cars.

Lot # 049 1966 Ferrari 365 Spider, Body by Pininfarina; S/N Engine # 9631; Light Black sills/Beige leather; cloth lop; Estimate — $1,100,000; Older 3- condition; Hammered Sold at plus commission of 10.00%; Price $880,000 — spoke Borrani wire 215/70VR15 Michelin XWX blackwall AM-FM, A/C, P/S. Motor Show and NY Auto display car in 1967. The story of its accident has changed from years ago when it was acknowledged the roof fell in on it when it was hit in the and pushed into the front of its carport. Today it is only in the rear while parked on the of the road, damaging both the and the front of the car’, an unsupportable of its accident history in an attempt to a more benign but inaccurate Restored for Greg Garrison in with fixed, covered and triple taillights. Now a tired old Dirty underhood and chassis, and loose fitting top, door fits, cracked around nose emblem. A car in need of a good home. for $750,000 hammer, $825,000 commission here three ago from the Greg Garrison The effect of the revisionist explanation of its damage is probably minor; the of its 1970’s Italian restoration is This car needs a good and extensive work to bring it into the presentation its rarity and sleek design deserve. Its today reflects the Ferrari emphasis on the very finest, powerful and rare examples due reservations for an old restoration at best as mediocre.

Lot # 051 1950 Ferrari 166 Inter Body by after Touring; S/N Engine # 0049/S; Ivory/Blue Estimate $750,000 — Concours restoration, 1 condition; Sold at $685,000 plus of 10.00%; Final Price — RHD. Chrome Borrani wire wheels, aeroscreens, Jaeger clock. a Ghia berlinetta, rebodied for and Peters by European Auto in a restoration completed in 2000. paint, chrome and interior. Way perfect. The original body and surviving trim pieces go the car. (Marcel Massini noted that the number also has been applied to car, or parts of it, at some in the past). The 591 km on the odometer probably the distance this gorgeous has covered since its resurrection in coachwork. Its new owner can be justly to drive and display it and its price and appropriately reflects both its history and its magnificent presentation.

Lot # 053 1956 Alfa Romeo Spider, Body by Pinin S/N AR149500724; Engine # 131540670; leather; Black cloth Estimate $70,000 — Recent restoration, 2 condition; Sold at $67,500 plus of 10.00%; Final Price — Good paint, chrome, polisher scratched excellent interior. Done underhood with Solex and 4-speed gearbox. Really except let down by the chrome. No It’s surprising to find a Giulietta Spider so meticulously and restored without getting or at least 5-speeded, a tribute to the of the owner for whom it was done. response to its appeal is evident in the price which it brought, a of the caliber of its presentation and restoration than the inherent value of the Spider.

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