These 4 rare 993s are for sale in Germany.
It sold today for 20,465,000$... absolutely mental.Another beautiful F1 coming up for auction soon in August. Chassis #029, finished in Creighton Brown, comes out of hiding from a collection in Japan showing just under 400km on the odo.
https://www.goodingco.com/lot/1995-mclaren-f1-1/?filtersInput[auctionType]=Live Auction&filtersInput[auctionYear]=2021&filtersInput[liveAuctionVenue]=Pebble Beach&sortBy=ENDING_SOONEST&pageNumber=0
No official est. I'm assuming $17-19M though based on like new status & the fact it's still properly maintained.
Sounds about right. Folks elsewhere assumed the car would go for $25M and up b/c it had no miles didn't understand the market for these cars is typically set by previous sales. A high-mileage example can sell for what lower-mileage examples sold for, and that works the other way; miles on these sorts of cars really doesn't mean anything.It sold today for 20,465,000$... absolutely mental.
No sale; high bid of $7m.
No sale; high bid of $15m.
Sold for $38,500.
Nah mate. I've done my time with vinyl roofs back when I owned a few 1970's Valiants/Chryslers . I didn't like them then, and I still don't like them now.
Seems to indicate that it sold.Looks like the auction on this ended, but I'm going to add it since it's technically available for inquire. But, a very rare, 1 of 30 270R to live out Gran Turismo fantasies.
Edit* I have a feeling whoever was selling this pulled it at the last minute, probably not liking what the bid was sitting at. This was supposed to be ending today under no reserve, otherwise.
Must have been something go on behind the scenes. I caught wind of it on Instagram, but when I went to their site, it wasn't listed. I found the direct link and at the time of posting, it was listed as "A$--" and the auction had ended.Seems to indicate that it sold.
My understanding is that Contempo commissioned this build, likely after getting in an eligible example into their stock. They documented the process starting back sometime in March. Build time looks like it takes around 6-8 months before a shakedown, and then delivery.Will never understand people like this. Giving your car 2 years or more away to Omori Factory for restauration and rebuild and then selling it directly with 25 km /15.5 miles on the clock (which will probably be only from loading onto tow trucks/boats and the little test drive from Omori after finishing the build).
Curious about this one, accident damage and missing a lot of 22B specific bits + roll cage holes is a shame!
Only thing I can say is, it’s a real one. Tainted, but real. If I could afford to purchase and rectify those bits, I’d be fine. Certainly, it doesn’t really work like that for some serious investors, but man, would be a cool piece of automotive history to acquire.Curious about this one, accident damage and missing a lot of 22B specific bits + roll cage holes is a shame!