1977 Stanley-BRM 3-liter P207 Formula One: This notable F1 car represents the final effort from the legendary British Championship-winning constructor BRM. With its 12 cylinders providing a fantastic soundtrack and immense power just behind the driver’s seat, it has the potential to be a front-running car in worldwide Historic F1 events today. Estimate $250,000-$350,000.
1962 Cooper Monaco MK IV: Raced by multiple Formula One World Championship driver and Indy 500 winner Graham Hill, this car appeared on the cover of Moto Racing magazine in February 1963 as a result of its win at Riverside by driver William Sturgis. It has recently been restored and is ready for historic competition. Estimate $225,000-$275,000.
Mario Andretti’s former 1987 March 87C Turbocharged Kraco Indy Racer: This blisteringly fast car was campaigned to great success in the PPG Indy Car World Series by none other than Mario Andretti. After narrowly missing first place by just a few points, Andretti finished second in the series of 15 races by way of two pole positions, qualifying in the top five 13 times, and winning four races outright. Estimate $40,000-$50,000.
- 1966 Lotus 47 GT Group 4 Competition Coupe, formerly campaigned by Nick Moore Racing, estimate $120,000-$160,000
- 1956 Lotus Eleven Series 1 Sports Racing 2-Seater, award winner at the 1983 Monaco Historic Grand Prix, estimate $125,000-$140,000
- 1963 Porsche-DKW TM Special, estimate $75,000-$95,000
- 2005 Lola B351 Formula Nippon, estimate $80,000-$90,000