Official results from Monterey Car Week are finally in, and the numbers are staggering. Sales for all auction houses totaled a combined $301 million! That’s up from $258m last year. The coming issue of Sports Car Market will feature in-depth coverage of all the Monterey happenings. In the meantime, here is a quick overview of the final figures:
RM sold 105 out of 120 cars, for $125m total. The high sale was a 1967 Ferrari GTB/4 NART Spyder, sold at $27.5m. Details at www.rmauctions.com.
Gooding & Company sold 118 out of 128 cars, for $113m total. The high sale was a 1957 Ferrari 250 GT 14-Louver Berlinetta, sold at $9.46m. Details at www.goodingco.com.
Mecum sold 371 out of 677 cars, for $31.4m total. The high sale was a 1955 Porsche 550/1500 RS Spyder, sold at $4m. Details at www.mecum.com.
Bonhams sold 77 out of 89 cars, for $31.1m total. The high sale was a 1931 Bentley Supercharged Le Mans car, sold at $4.65m. Details at www.bonhams.com.
Russo and Steele sold 89 out of 215 cars, for $7m total. The high sale was a 1949 Ferrari 166 Inter Berlinetta, sold at $1.05m.