Lamborghini Miura P400 SV, one of the few that found no buyer.
The event of RM Sothebys in Scottsdale yielded great results. No great record to look at, but with a list of lots very exclusive and elitist, full of models and rare classics, it was expected the million-dollar bids for a large part of the lots.
In total, managed to exceed the million dollars, 16 batches, the vast majority of them from european brands. Only a few failed to reach their reserve prices and were left without a buyer. Among these we can highlight a Lamborghini Miura P400 SV, with a value above 2 million, and a Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing of 1955, whose estimates suggesting between 1.5 and 1.50 million.
to The contrary, that the auction of Barrett-Jackson, as always, the more media, in RM Sothebys was not reached, a huge sum total. But it is logical if we consider that RM only got less than 160 units compared to the close to 1,700 copies, providing one of the Barrett-Jackson for much of the week. Where, in addition, only a couple of models managed to find a buyer with bids above the million.
Splendid Lamborghini Countach of 1979.
Within the listing of RM, we can highlight the presence of several units of the Lamborghini Countach, a model that is opening the gap little by little in these exclusive events homes most important. If only we could find us a copy of the first series or of the series 25th Anniversary, in Scottsdale we were able to find 4 even copies of various years. A 25th Anniversary 1989 along with two LP400, a Series I, 1979, and a Series II of 1989, in addition to a 5000 Quattrovalvole, 1987.
The sport of european companies are not left to shine in the local models, which only managed to put a model among the top ten, a splendid and rare Tucker Torpedo 48 of 1948. This achieved a bid of 1.34 million.
Other american models featured were a Shelby Cobra 427, 1966 (1.10 million), a Chrysler CL Imperial Dual-Windshield Phaeton (1.3 million) and a Cadillac V-16 Roadster by Fleetwood, also sold by 1.10 million us dollars. After these, the next american model who managed buyer was a Shelby GT500 in 1967, with the famous blue colors on white this achieved a price of 286.000 $ .
The Ferrari Enzo Tommy Hilfiger.
The firm that he triumphed in this event was not another Ferrari, dominating a large part of the area at the top of results. In addition to having a success rate very high, because of the 21 specimens submitted only 3 pieces of the Italian brand failed to purchaser. These were in addition to important pieces, such as the F40 1990, a 365 GTB/4 Daytona coupe of 1970 and a Dino 246 GT, also of 1970.
The other units of the firm from Maranello achieved good figures, from the 137.500 $ rare Model color gold metallic to 3.13 million of a beautiful F50 black. Not to forget the Ferrari Enzo designer Tommy Hilfiger, who managed to 2.69 million.
As we can see in the bottom list, found up to 6 copies
of the firm of Maranello. Overcome only by a Mercedes-Benz 540 K
Special Roadster, 1939, a version one-off requested by a customer
Berlin has a transmission of five velocidades.
|Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster||1969||6.600.000|
|Ferrari 365 GTS||1969||3.602.500|
|Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB Coupe||1961||3.080.000|
|Enzo Ferrari (ex-Tommy Hilfiger)||2003||2.695.000|
|Ferrari 330 GTS||1967||2.475.000|
|Ferrari 275 GTB/6C||1966||2.117.500|
|Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport||2013||2.090.000|
|Tucker 48 Torpedo||1948||1.347.500|