Sotheby's and Pebble Beach, the auction of the us $ 120 million

Each year the great collectors of the world have marked in their calendars a date: the Contest of Elegance of Pebble Beach. An event held since 1950 in the coastal town of Monterey, California, united States. One more year the auction house Sotheby’s will meet with a collection whose sale value is expected to exceed 140 million dollars.

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A rarisimo Jaguar D-Type comes to auction. It is expected that its price will exceed 20 million

Or at least that is what is expected, as it is already known that then things do not always go as one expects. However will not be for the cast of cars auctioned. There you will meet some of the cars more rare and exceptional in the history. Classics all of them every time they come out to the light waiting for new owners.

however a large black cloud hovering over the auction. Not long ago, in the past month of may in Monaco, Sotheby’s already had serious problems at the time of awarding any of the pieces auctioned. In fact, many of them were left without bidders, so that many voices affirm the order of the bubble of the auctions of classic.

, But going back to the festival, which will take place next 19 and 20 of August in the town of california, we find that none of the cars at auction low of million of dollars, and some may have an estimated price of around 25 million. Even two of them have no price, since they do not know even the value they can achieve.

Model estimated Value (M us $ )
Jaguar D-Type (1955) 20.000.000 – 25.000.000
Shelby 260 Cobra “CSX 2000” (1962) Without price
Shelby 427 Cobra “CSX 3178” (1965) 1.500.000 – 2.000.000
Bugatti Veyron 16.5 Grand Sport (2002) 1.700.000 – 2.000.000
Bentley 8 Litre Tourer by Vanden Plas (1932) 2.500.000 – 3.000.000
Ford GT40 “P/1057” (1966) 3.250.0000 – 3.750.000
Ferrari 750 Monza Spier by Scaglietti (1955) 4.000.000 – 5.500.000
Ferrari 212 Europa Coupe by Pinin Farina (1952) 1.300.000 – 1.600.000
Sheby 289 Cobra “CSX 2326” (1964) 1.000.000 – 1.400.000
Shelby 289 Cobra “CSX 2473” (1964) 2.200.000 – 2.600.000
Ford GT40 “P/1061” (1966) 3.750.000 – 4.250.000
Ferrari 275 GTS (1965) 1.500.000 – 1.750.000
Bentley R-Type Continental Fastback Sports Saloon (1954) 1.300.000 – 1.700.000
Maybach SW38 Roadster by Spohn 1.250.000 – 1.600.000
Maserati MC12 (2005) 1.300.000 – 1.600.000
Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider by Scaglietti (1958) 12.000.000 – 14.000.000
Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta Lusso by Scaglietti (1963) 2.000.000 – 2.500.000
BMW 507 Roadster Series I (1957) 2.400.000 – 2.700.000
Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider by Scaglietti (1973) 2.150.000 – 2.600.000
American Underslung 50-HP Roadster (1908) 1.400.000 – 1.750.000
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta “Tour de France” (1956) 7.000.000 – 9.000.000
Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Lungo Spider (1939) 20.000.000 – 25.000.000
Lamborghini Miura P400 SV by Bertone (1972) 1.900.000 – 2.200.000
Ferrari 268 SP by Fantuzzi (1962) Without the price
Mercedes-Benz 500 K Cabriolet A (1934) 2.000.000 – 2.500.000
Ferrari 500 Superfast Series I by Pininfarina (1964) 2.800.000 – 3.400.000