The Gooding and Company Scottsdale 2013 Auction will be held January 18-19 at the Scottsdale Fashion Square in Scottsdale, Arizona. The 6th annual Gooding Scottsdale auction will see more than 100 automobiles on offer, headlined by the 1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider, one-off 1957 Maserati 150 GT Spider and 1959 Porsche 718 RSK.
In addition to the headline offerings, other significant consignments include the 1947 Cisitalia 202 SMM Nuvolari Spider, 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante, 1932 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Series V Gran Sport, 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500 K Cabriolet A, 1933 Duesenberg Model J Disappearing-Top Convertible Coupe and 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Coupe Speciale.
“We always look forward to January because Scottsdale automotive auction week is a dynamic and significant marketplace for our business as well as the collector car industry as a whole,” says David Gooding, president and founder of Gooding and Company. “In our business, the stars of the show are the cars and we’re proud to present another A-list level offering over two days at our Scottsdale Auctions in January.”
Gooding and Company Scottsdale – Previous Auction Results
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The Gooding and Company Scottsdale 2013 Auctions will be held on January 18 and 19, starting at 11 a.m. both days, at Arizona’s Scottsdale Fashion Square, located at the corner of E. Camelback Road and N. 68th Street. Guests may preview the cars Wednesday through Friday, January 16–18, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, January 19 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. An auction catalogue for $80 admits two to the viewing and auction. General admission to the viewing and auction can be purchased at the tent for $30 per person.
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Gooding and Company Scottsdale 2013 – Auction Preview
1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider – Estimate $5,500,000 – $7,000,000. Chassis 1073 GT; matching-numbers example is the 13th of 50 built and features coachwork with covered headlights; delivered new to Ferrari Representatives of California and has been cared for by only three owners in the past four decades. Following its restoration by Dennison International in 2012, this car received near-perfect scores at both the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and Ferrari Club of America Meet, where it took home a Platinum trophy; certified by the Ferrari Classiche; finished in metallic midnight blue over tan leather interior. (Photo: Mike Maez)
1957 Maserati 150 GT Spider – Estimate $3,000,000 – $4,000,000. Originally constructed as an A6GCS sports racing car and campaigned with success at venues throughout the 1954 racing season. The A6GCS was later modified, thus becoming the prototype for the 300 S model. Following its two-part career as a Maserati Works racing car, the chassis of the 300 S prototype was once more reworked for the development of a new road car. The result was this one-of-a-kind 150 GT Spider. Once completed, Maserati decided that the competition-based prototype was too expensive to be a feasible production car, and opted to move in a different direction with the mass-produced 3500 GT. Restored and mechanically rebuilt by marque specialist Steve Hart, this one-off prototype retains its original, matching-numbers engine, A6G/2000 gearbox, 250 F Grand Prix-type brakes and its Fantuzzi coachwork. (photo: Mathieu Heurtault)
1959 Porsche RSK – Estimate $2,800,000 – $3,200,000. Chassis 718-023; one of 37 built; delivered new to Roy Schechter, who first raced the car in Cuba at the 4 Hours of Alamar where it finished in fourth place. At the Courtland Sports Car Races, Schechter and his RSK took home an overall win, beating both Jim Hall’s Maserati 450S and E.D. Martin’s Ferrari Monza. Soon after, the RSK participated in the Nassau Speed Week in the Bahamas, racing in the Governor’s Trophy, Porsche Trophy and the Nassau Trophy. Since its retirement in 1960, it has been restored and inspected by Porsche Historian Jurgen Barth. (Photo: Mike Maez)
1958 Ferrari 250 GT Coupe Speciale – Estimate $1,700,000 – $2,100,000. Chassis 1187 GT; Ex-Greg Garrison collection; debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 1959; unique design details include a large wraparound rear window with rear quarter windows, slim pillars, and body flanks creating lines running from the front to rear wheels; recently restored by Bob Smith Coachworks; won major awards at Pebble Beach and Cavallino Classic; finished in metallic silver over black leather interior. (Photo: Mathieu Heurtault)
1930 Ford Model A Sport Phaeton – Estimate $325,000 – $400,000. In 1929, Edsel Ford, as President of Ford Motor Company, commissioned LeBaron to design a one-of-a-kind body for the new Model A chassis, an experimental project that married the mass-produced Ford car to bespoke style. The car’s specifications include French Stephen Grebel headlamps, a center-mounted Klaxon horn, exposed chrome detailing, and patent leather splash aprons. In the 1950s, this car was sold to antique car collector Vernon Jarvis, who stored it in an Illinois dairy barn where it remained for more than 50 years. The car was discovered in the dilapidated barn in 2007 and has since been restored to Concours standards. (Photo: Mike Maez)
1938 Bugatti 57C Atalante – Estimate $1,400,000 – $1,800,000. Chassis 57766 is a matching-numbers example first sold to Greek playboy and racing driver Nicholas Embericos; later sold to Al Garthwaite who raced it at Bridgehampton and Mount Equinox; after restoration, the 57C Atalante won a class award at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and a Best-of-Show at the 2012 Saratoga Invitational. (photo: Brian Henniker)
1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster – Estimate $1,000,000 – $1,300,000. One of approximately 25 factory-delivered Rudge-wheeled 300 SL Roadsters built; finished in midnight blue over red. (photo: Chip Riegel)
1965 Shelby 289 Cobra – Estimate $850,000 – $1,100,000. CSX2509; unrestored example has approximately 35,000 miles from new and only four owners; built at the Shelby factory with features including two 4-barrel carburetors; originally sold through Hayward Motors in Northern California, CSX2509 has resided in California ever since and still retains its original, black license plates and registration records; won the FIVA award at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. (photo: Brian Henniker)
1947 Cisitalia 202 SMM Spider Nuvolari – Estimate $700,000 – $850,000. Coachwork by Stabilimenti Farina; chassis 011SMM is among the first of approximately 29 built; raced at Lockbourne, MacDill, Sebring, Thompson, and Vero Beach; non-original Cisitalia engine; formerly owned by Samuel Scher, Paul Ceresole, and Stanley Nowak.
1965 Aston Martin DB5 – Estimate $700,000 – $800,000. BMIHT-certified factory record; matching-numbers example; factory LHD and A/C.
1935 Mercedes-Benz 500 K Cabriolet A – Estimate $2,500,000 – $3,000,000. Numbers-matching example; ex-Baron Carl Silfverschiold; presented in original, as-delivered appearance.
1932 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Series V Gran Sport – Estimate $1,500,000 – $2,200,000. Coachwork by Zagato; ex-Oscar Davis, Brian Brunkhorst, and Tom Price; participant in the Mille Miglia Storica and 1000 Millas Sport; twice displayed at Pebble Beach Concours; Best in Class at the 1996 Amelia Island Concours.
1925 White Model 15-45 Yellowstone Park Touring Bus – Estimate $110,000 – $130,000. Offered without reserve; part of the Yellowstone Park Transportation Fleet; single ownership since 1965.
1970 Lamborghini Miura P400 S – Estimate $650,000 – $800,000. Less than 42,000 KM from new; matching-numbers engine.
1933 Duesenberg Model J Disappearing-Top Convertible Coupe – Estimate $2,000,000 – $2,400,000. Coachwork by Walter Murphy Company; ex-Bob Estes; displayed at Pebble Beach Concours five times from 1970 to 1985; original chassis, engine and bodywork; ACD Category 1 certified.
1955 Porsche 356 1500 Continental Cabriolet – Estimate $280,000 – $340,000. One of 278 Pre-A Cabriolets built in 1955; matching-numbers engine; offered with Kardex, tool kit and owner’s manual.
1956 Lancia Aurelia B24S Spider America – Estimate $400,000 – $450,000. One owner for over 56 years; 28,000-mile car not used since 1963; presented with original tools and accessories.
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