The most expensive annual US auction

March 30, 2015 at 21:38

The organizer of the selling cars’ event is the Company Gooding & Company, which often receives record amounts for auctioned model.
Just last year there were established 43 new records. This year, the auction held on March 13. Let’s see what the cool cars there, you could buy.

Shelby GT350H picture

Shelby GT350H pics

1. Shelby GT350H, model year 1966. The expected price is 137 853 – 177 900 dollars.

Porsche 356 B Super pics

Porsche 356 B Super picture

2. Porsche 356 B Super, model year 1963 Poured. The expected Price is 88 956 – 118 600 dollars.

Aston Martin DB6 picture

Aston Martin DB6 pics

3. Aston Martin DB6, model year 1967, the car of James Bond. The expected Price 418,036 – 468,438 dollars.

Maserati Ghibli picture

Maserati Ghibli pics

4. Maserati Ghibli, model year 1970. The expected price is 246,111 – 320,220 dollars.

Lamborghini Espada Series III pics

Lamborghini Espada Series III picture

5. Lamborghini Espada Series III, model year 1973. The expected price is 118 600 – 157 123 220 dollars.

Porsche 911 Carerra 2.7 RS Lightweight picture

Porsche 911 Carerra 2.7 RS Lightweight pics

6. Porsche 911 Carerra 2.7 RS Lightweight, model year 1973. The expected Price is 1,082,225 – 1,378,632 dollars.

Alpine A110 1300 picture

Alpine A110 1300 pics

7. Alpine A110 1300 model year 1976. The expected price is 97,798 – 137,807 dollars.

Ford Bronco pics

Ford Bronco picture

8. Ford Bronco, model year 1976. The expected price is 34,083 – 44,466 dollars.

Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser picture

Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser pics

9. Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser, the year of issue 1977. The expected price is 68,917 – 131,832 dollars.

Maserati Bora 4.9 pics

Maserati Bora 4.9 picture

10. Maserati Bora 4.9, model year 1974. Expected price is 220 862 – 271 260 USD.

Ferrari F40 pics

Ferrari F40 picture

11. Finally, the pearl of the auction – Ferrari F40, the year of issue 1991. The expected price is 1,571,026 – 1,778,400 dollars.

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