Top 10 most expensive cars sold during Scottsdale 2019
With so many classic collector cars sold during this month's Scottsdale auction week, we take a look at the ten most expensive from 2019
1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Coupe – $7,595,000 (Gooding & Company)
One of 96 'Lusso' Model SWB Berlinettas produced, this 250 GT SWB went beyond the typical qualities that made 250 GT Ferraris so desirable. Epitomising the romantic automotive period in which they were built, the mystique of their Italian heritage, and the skilled Modenese craftsmen who brought them into being, this SWB Berlinetta took the auction floor by storm. Revered for its beauty, performance, and all-around versatility, the final auction price reflects the vehicle's outright desirability with collectors.
1958 Ferrari 250 GT TdF Coupe – $5,890,000 (Gooding & Company)
The 19th of 36 Single-Louver Tour de France Berlinettas. Delivered new to Venezuela and originally finished in white over black. Raced by Julio Pola, Ettore Chimeri, and José Miguel Galia between 1958–60. A proven veteran of several prestigious concours, rallies, and vintage races. Ferrari Classiche Certified.
1953 Ferrari 250 MM Spider – $5,395,000 (Gooding & Company)
Historically important, even-serial-number competition Ferrari. One of 12 Vignale Spiders built on the legendary 250 MM chassis. Sold new to Alfred Momo with extensive US racing history. Retains original chassis, engine, gearbox, and Vignale coachwork.
1985 Ferrari 288 GTO Coupe – $3,360,000 (RM Sotheby's)
Having travelled less than 2900 miles from new, it goes without saying that this 288 GTO boasts excellent condition, clearly having been well cared for throughout its life by the lucky owners. Thanks to a recent service, this 288 GTO was ready to drive. No wonder it went for $3.36 million...
1951 Maserati A6G 2000 Spider - $2,755,000 (Bonhams)
The exclusivity, extraordinary history, sublime condition and rarity of this 1951 Maserati A6G/2000 Frua Spider marked it as an international celebrity. This desirable Italian droptop was accompanied by various documents, including a copy of the original factory invoice dated May 17, 1951, listing all the extras which came with the car – such as the tool kit, six extra spark plugs and five 16x400 wheels with Pirelli tires.
1985 Ferrari 288 GTO Coupe – $2,507,500 (Gooding & Company)
Ferrari’s first limited-edition modern supercar with only 272 examples produced. Competition-oriented specifications and exceptionally maintained, having been sparingly used and exceedingly well-preserved. Came with Ferrari Classiche Red Book and Marcel Massini history report. 400bhp from a 2855 CC DOHC Twin-Turbocharged Alloy V8 Engine.
2019 Ford GT Heritage Coupe – $2,500,000 (Barrett-Jackson)
Boasting a Gulf racing theme to honour the original GT40’s motorsport victories, the very first 2019 Ford GT Heritage Edition built was sold on Saturday to Rick Hendrick, owner of Hendrick Motorsports, for $2.5 million – with funds going to charity.
2020 Toyota Supra Coupe – $2,100,000 (Barrett-Jackson)
Aside from the exclusive color theme, the first production Supra came with an engine cover signed by Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda. The winning bidder also received a full VIP race track experience, which included a fully customized professional racing suit, two VIP passes and hot passes to a NASCAR Cup race at Richmond Raceway - where the winning bidder also has a chance to drive the pace car with Michael Waltrip.
1967 Ferrari 330 GTS Spider – $2,012,500 (RM Sotheby's)
The 71st car out of just 100 examples produced, this rare, powerful, well-preserved 330 GTS boasted its original engine and gearbox. Ferrari Classiche certified and equipped with rare optional factory air conditioning, the odometer claims only 33,750 original km.
1952 Ferrari 212 Europa Coupe – $1,930,000 (Gooding & Company)
Displayed on Ferrari’s Stand at the 1952 Paris Auto Salon and the 1953 Brussels Motor Show before achieving 9th position overall and 3rd in Class at the Inaugural Nürburgring 1000 Km during the same year. Matching-Numbers example per Ferrari Classiche Red Book, restoration completed in spring 2012 by Ferrari’s Classiche Department. An important early Ferrari show car with photo-documented race history. Power? That's from a 2563cc SOHC V12 engine.
Classic Cars for Sale
A genuine SO42 Westfalia Split Screen Camper, the only conversion that could be ordered from the Wolfsburg factory. This model is highly sought after, particularly with it being the rarer walk through model with the turret pop top. It is super clean and thoroughly decked out. The body panels are remarkably straight and very nice and still posses all of the original doors, decklid, hatch, apron and
Spectacular condition Just released from over a decade of long-term ownership Previous Ferrari collector ownership Only 26,679 actual miles! Matching numbers 320hp Colombo V12 engine Documented by noted Ferrari historian Marcel Massini Previously shown at the Concorso Italiano and the Ferrari Club of America Concours d’Elegance Sold new through Luigi Chinetti Motors (the fir
1967 Triumph Spitfire Mk3 - "Bertie" Fully restored by myself in 1989 and has been part of the family ever since. Kept in dry storage since its restoration and never taken out in the rain. The car had a fully reconditioned engine fitted last year and runs with no problems, starts first time, every time. The car is in need of some cosmetic interior/exterior work and would make a perfect, simple,
Jaguar E-type S1 FHC 4.2 1967 One of the greatest sports cars , Jaguars E-type made immediate headlines on its launch in 1961, The sleek and beautiful 150 mph car with a competition pedigree that could be bought for almost half the cost of an Aston Martin or Ferrari, The 4.2-Litre engine was introduced on the series one in October 1964, in addition to a more user friendly all synchromesh gear b