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2010 Gooding Pebble Beach Auction - Click above for high-res image gallery

We witnessed several million-dollar cars go up for sale at RM's auction on Saturday night, but across town, the Gooding & Company auction had even more impressive metal crossing the block. Gooding's two night auction resulted in more than $64 million in sales, including six world records. "We went into this year's Pebble Beach Auctions with high expectations because of the sheer number of extraordinary cars we had consigned," said David Gooding, President and founder of Gooding & Company. "Our highest-ever Pebble Beach weekend results at $64.59 Million speak for themselves and I couldn't be happier."

The record-setting cars auctioned off by Gooding:
In addition, several other cars topped the million dollar mark including a 1995 McLaren F1 at $3,575,000, a 1928 Mercedes-Benz S 26/180 Boattail Speedster at $3,740,000 and a 1966 Ford GT40 Mk I at $1,650,000.



[Source: Gooding & Company]


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      • 4 Years Ago
      What recession?
        • 4 Years Ago
        It's only a recession for us regular joes ;)
      • 4 Years Ago
      Well I would be surprised if the byers even is a car man. These cars have become investment objects in the same sense as art.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I pity the poor rich guy who's taxes will go up 3% under Obama's plan.

      He'll only be able to get a Ferrari 250GT SWB instead of a California Spyder? Mm...on second thought...
      • 4 Years Ago
      All the stuff I could buy with wealth....wow.