Thursday, May 17, 2018

RM Sotheby's - Monaco

The one-off, Pope Francis-signed Lamborghini Huracan sold for €809,375 (est. €250k – €350k). That's a tad more than the $200,000-plus for a standard Huracan.
Headlining the auction was a 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Competizione 'Tour de France' by Scaglietti. It failed to find a buyer. A 1992 F1 car raced by Michael Schumacher was expected to shift for a bargain basement £660,000. It made €815,000
Built to honour the death of the great Sergio Pininfarina, just six of the special edition Sergio's were ever built, each based on the Ferrari 458. The car failed to find a new home.
Top result at RM’s 2018 Monaco auction went to the euro-spec 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB that sold for €2,142,500. The 275 GTB is one of 88 long-nose, steel body, triple-carburetor examples.
See ----->https://superautoworld.blogspot.ca/2018/04/1957-ferrari-250-gt-berlinetta.html