Monday, November 29, 2021

Top results at Amelia Island II

1971 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider. $2,452,500. The 36th of only 121 examples built. 1972 New York International Automobile Show car. Ferrari Classiche Certified and Platinum Winner at the Cavallino Classic. Retains its matching-numbers chassis, engine, and gearbox. Finished in original colors of Giallo Fly over Pelle Nera. Fewer than 13,500 original miles and known history from new.
1913 Mercer Type 35K Runabout. $2,425,000 This sale is a record for a Mercer. The car sold for $412,000 in 2004.
1992 Ferrari F40. $2,040,000. The F40 is powered by a mid-mounted, 2.9-liter, twin-turbo V-8. This car eclipsed the Haggerty #1 (Concours) condition value by nearly 25%. With just 3300 miles on its odometer, this is one of the last F40s produced for North America and might be best.
2020 Ford GT Mk II. $1,870,000. Decked in historic Le Mans livery, the car has just 15 miles on the odometer. GTs produce a paltry 647 hp compared to the 700 horses on tap from the Ford GT Mk II.
1969 Ford Big Oly Bronco. $1,870,000. Behold the most expensive truck ever sold at auction. A one-of-a-kind racer built for, raced by, and sold by Parnelli. It remains one of the most recognizable Broncos ever built.