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It will go for auction with no reserve at Gooding's Scottsdale auction.
The most expensive cars this year were mainly Ferraris and Aston Martins. The most expensive car overall cost over $20 million.
This one was on camera and behind it.
Gooding & Company will auction the cars.
A rare 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider was the top lot at Gooding & Company's Amelia Island auction this year, selling for a record-$17 million.
Some of Jerry Seinfeld's Porsches sold at Amelia Island last weekend for well below their estimated value, but his Volkswagen Beetle set a new record.
Gooding & Company has an amazing collection of vehicles to auction at Amelia Island, including Jerry Seinfeld's Porsches, a Ferrari 250 GT California Spider, a Ford GT MK1 road car, and a beautiful Duesenberg.
If you grew up as we did on Ferris Bueller's Day Off and have since made your fortune, you may be interested in this 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider that's going up for auction next month.
Jerry Seinfeld is paring down his famous collection of classic Porsches. Your opportunity to own one comes next month at Amelia Island Auction from Gooding & Company.
Gooding & Co has a collection of Ferraris up for auction in Scottsdale, including an Enzo, F50, F40, 250 Lusso, 250 cabrio, Dino, 512 BBi and 328 GTS.
Gooding's auction in Monterey cleared over $128 million in classic cars sales, including three that topped $10 million. A 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider led the pack by selling for $16.83 million.
At Pebble Beach this month, Gooding & Company will be auctioning off a new 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang to benefit the George W. Bush Institute's Military Service Initiative.
This one-of-a-kind Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta was designed by Giugiaro and built by Bertone. Now it's going up for auction at Pebble Beach, where it's tipped to fetch around $15 million.
A highly-coveted California Spider is set to join pair of classic Ferraris with royal provenance at Gooding & Company's upcoming auction at Pebble Beach.
Gooding & Company will auction off a rare Rothmans-liveried 1982 Porsche 956 Group C prototype, winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in '83, that could break records when it hits the block at Pebble Beach this August.
During the weekend's automotive smorgasbord in Pebble Beach, Ferrari has played a huge roll. Twenty examples of the ultra-rare 250 TR, better known as the Testa Rossa, were prominently on display at the Concours d'Elegance, and the Prancing Horses have been top sellers at many of the auctions. You can chalk up one more on that list with a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider with a scarce, optional hardtop included going for $15.18 million at Gooding & Company's sale on Saturday night.
Decades ago, a dominant Formula One team made a few dozen examples of a sports car that was as devastating on the track as it was on the road, and as such, it has become highly sought-after by collectors willing to pay millions – even tens of millions – for the privilege of ownership. We have to be talking about the Ferrari 250 GTO, right? We very well could be, but in this case, no: we're talking about the McLaren F1 – a legendary supercar whose values seem to be skyrocketing
With a week of lavish automotive events coming up centered around the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in August, some of the highest profile auto auctions in the world are about to take place. Hearing about Ferrari Testa Rossas and 250 GTOs going for tens of millions of dollars during these events is commonplace, but Gooding & Company is bringing a unique Prancing Horse to sell in California that could be a record-breaker for the company.
Steve McQueen may have been the headline actor of the motorsport cult classic film Le Mans, but we all know who the real star was. Or rather, what: the Porsche 917. More specifically, it was the Gulf-liveried #22 – not McQueen's #21 – that won the race, making it one of the most iconic cars ever to drive across the silver screen. And now it's going up for auction.