Top star of this year’s Monterey auctions was RM Auctions, whose tighter, more exclusive, two-night event produced an astounding $125 million worth of sales achieved from 120 exclusive lots, with an 87 percent total sell-through rate.
History was made on Saturday night when the ultra-rare and ultra-desirable 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4*S NART Spider rocketed its way into the record books, selling for an incredible $27,500,000 (including buyer’s premium). With all proceeds being donated to charity by the consigning family, the car established a new world record for a road-going car sold at public auction, while also lodging itself in the all-time record books as the second most expensive car ever sold at auction.
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