Santa Monica, CA — Gooding & Company returns March 6 to Amelia Island after achieving results of more than $22 million and an 88% sell-through rate at its 2019 sale. The auction house also claimed three of the top 10 sales across all auction houses.
Among this year’s star offerings is a 1958 matching-numbers Ferrari 260 GT LWB — the seventh of the 50 long-wheelbase variants produced — and one of our picks below. It features the covered headlights arrangement as well as an extremely rare factory hardtop, along with a number of styling characteristics unique to the earliest examples, including one-piece side vents, Tour de France-style taillights and a distinctive rear-end treatment. The car has shown well at concours events at Pebble Beach and Palm Beach, and has also toured in the California Mille and the Colorado Grand.
Check out the full docket that includes the Ferrari and our other favorites:
1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider
1972 Maserati Ghibli 4.9 SS Spider