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Април 30, 2011, 17:50:19
Отговор #30

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1961 Fiat-Abarth 1000 Bialbero Competition Coupe Price $337,000
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Април 30, 2011, 17:56:18
Отговор #31

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1930 Mercedes-Benz 38 250 7.1 Liter Supercharged 'SS' Sports Tourer Touring Price $2,537,000
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Април 30, 2011, 18:00:53
Отговор #32

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1972 Porsche 917 Interserie Spyder (1970 Gulf-JWA Le Mans) Price $3,967,000

1972 Porsche 917 Interserie Spyder (1970 Gulf-JWA Le Mans); S/N 917026/917031 (after 1970); Engine # 917031; Yellow, Red/Red cloth; Estimate -; Competition restoration, 2 condition; Hammered Sold at $3,600,000 plus commission of 10.19%; Final Price $3,967,000 -- RHD. Started life as 917026, a Gulf/Wyer LeMans coupe #22, distinguished by its full orange painted roof driven by David Hobbs and Mike Hailwood until it was crashed during Hailwood's first stint on lap 50 in a downpour. Stripped and rebuilt around chassis 917031 but renumbered by Wyer (with Porsche's knowledge) 917026. Eventually the original 917026 chassis (now known as 917031 (confused yet?) was resurrected and raced as an Interserie Spyder by Ernst Kraus with a creditable race history against the turbo 917/10s and 7+ litre McLarens. Eventually acquired by Georg Loos for Gelo Racing and driven by Jurgen Barth in the Interserie. Acquired by Mike Amalfitano from the Chandon family in 1987, restored by Gunnar Racing with 5.4 litre naturally aspirated 917 engine with 630 dyno hp and maintained in Amalfitano's Amalfi Racing shop by Klaus Fischer. Spotless, meticulously maintained and presented and track-ready. Not surprisingly, there is another school of thought on this 917's history that reverses the sequence of the chassis number changes, but doesn't affect the essential quality of the car. Opened at $1 million after an introduction by Alain de Cadenet (the weekend's color man of choice both here and at RM.) Zoomed upwards and closed at this quite astonishing result, a price largely attributable to its breathtaking performance capability, varied (sic) history and outstanding presentation. Bonhams sold a complete 917 coupe body from the Amalfitano Collection earlier for $182,000 against an estimate for $40-60,000 and it won't be a surprise to see the two joined up in the near future. How big is this money? Well the previous record for a 917 was 917022 sold by RM in Monterey in 2000 for $1,320,000. Christie's reached $1,660,281 for 020 at Rétromobile in 2004 but it didn't sell. The price is four times the best ever seen for an Interserie Spyder configured 917. This is more than double the best ever LeMans coupe price, and this is a 917 that never finished LeMans. On the other hand, the new owner does get two histories (i.e., chassis numbers) for the price of one. Sold on Thursday, this transaction set everyone's expectations for Monterey 2010 a lot higher.
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Април 30, 2011, 18:06:06
Отговор #33

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1908 Thomas Flyer Model F 4-60hp Tourer Price $733,000
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Април 30, 2011, 18:10:14
Отговор #34

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1904 White Model E Steam Rear Entrance Touring Car Price $180,800
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Април 30, 2011, 18:12:49
Отговор #35

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1962 Roth Re-creation Mysterion Roadster; S/N None; Lime Gold/Silver metalflake vinyl, Grey Yeti fur; Customized restoration, 1 condition; Hammered Sold at $75,000 plus commission of 6.00%; Final Price $79,500 -- The original Mysterion, its frame rent asunder by the forces of two 406 Fords (or even the two 390s reportedly really installed), long ago was consigned to scrap. This meticulous re-creation was built by Dave Shuten in 2006. Excellent paint, chrome and interior. Show car construction but no longer fresh. Sold by RM at the Petersen Museum sale of Ralph Whitworth's collection last year for $99,000. It was one of the show's stars there, but rather disappeared among the rows of cars in the Hyatt's lawn today and it is a tribute to its appeal and significance that it brought this much on the second pass.
Duesenberg

Април 30, 2011, 18:17:45
Отговор #36

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1967 Ferrari 275 GTB 4 Berlinetta, Body by Pininfarina Price $1,325,000
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Април 30, 2011, 18:18:45
Отговор #37

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1967 Ferrari 275 GTB 4 Berlinetta, Body by Pininfarina Price $1,325,000
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Април 30, 2011, 18:21:51
Отговор #38

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1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Roadster Price $1,325,000 
1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Roadster; S/N 194677S109097; Engine # T0113IT; Black, Blue stinger/Black leatherette; Estimate $1,250,000 - $1,250,000; Older restoration, 2+ condition; Hammered Sold at $1,250,000 plus commission of 6.00%; Final Price $1,325,000 -- 427/600hp, M-22 4-speed, F41 suspension, Positraction, J56 brakes, Protect-o-Plate, side exhausts, alloy wheels, blue line tires, radio and heater delete, hardtop only. Tony DeLorenzo's 1967-68 SCCA race car, second to Dick Smith's Cobra 427 in the 1967 Runoffs. Numbers-matching throughout, Bloomington Gold and NCRS Top Flight after an earlier restoration. Twice restored since 2002, once to as-raced condition for the 2003 Monterey Historics where it was driven by DeLorenzo and again in 2006 to its current as-delivered street configuration. Beyond perfect in all respects, one of 14 '67 L88s believed to survive. Offered by RM in Arizona in 2007 where it no-saled at a reported bid of $1,550,000 and a $1.75-2.0 million estimate. By that standard this is a real value, which it is, for the most desirable of all production Corvettes. Restored like new, its racing history is diminished by its showroom presentation, as is its usability in the historic racing events where it would be a star in its DeLorenzo livery. It's a quandary ... but vinyl numbers and a rollbar are easy fixes.
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Април 30, 2011, 18:29:01
Отговор #39

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1967 Iso Grifo GL Coupe, Body by Bertone Price $137,500 
1967 Iso Grifo GL Coupe, Body by Bertone; S/N GL650078; Silver/Dark Blue leather; Estimate $160,000 - $210,000; Visually maintained, largely original, 3 condition; Hammered Sold at $125,000 plus commission of 10.00%; Final Price $137,500 -- 327/350hp. Good repaint, otherwise original and tired with fair chrome and a sound but aged interior recently updated with new package shelf and dash top. Hurst shifter, aluminum centerlock wheels. Never restored with just three owners from new, an attractive and usable, largely original, example. One of the very best of the Italian-American hybrids of the Sixties with dramatic and attractive coachwork designed by Giugiaro with abundant power from the Corvette engine. The bidders here bought it right and maybe even got a bit of a value for its originality and limited ownership history.
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