Pebble Beach, CA — Gooding & Company achieved total sales of $107,045,410 at its Aug. 13-14 Pebble Beach auction, selling 115 of 132 lots for an 87% sales rate.
Four of those lots were among the top 10 sales across all of Monterey Car Week, with the first and second most valuable cars sold by Gooding.
The company kicked off the weekend with a record-setting series of sales Friday evening. Among them was a 1992 Ferrari F40 from the collection of Donald L. Weber that sold for $2,892,500 to set a new world record price at auction for an F40, and a 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 that fetched $1,902,500 and set a new world record for a Miura P400 at auction.
The star of the show, and all of Car Week, was the 1995 McLaren F1, that set a world record auction price for the model at $20.465 million. It also earned distinction as the most valuable car sold at auction this year.
Saturday’s auction kept up the momentum with yet another host of incredible sales, including the 1930 Duesenberg Model J Disappearing-Top Convertible Coupe that brought $3.965 million, and the 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Series I Cabriolet, which achieved $4.405 million.
Another Saturday sale highlight was the historic racing vetern 1929 Bugatti Type 35B Grand Prix that sold for a world record auction price of $5.615 million. It was also awarded the Chairman’s Trophy at Sunday’s Pebble Beach Concours.
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