Pebble Beach 2019: An Unmatched Tradition of Automotive Excellence

Pebble Beach 2019: An Unmatched Tradition of Automotive Excellence

Auctions: Friday, 16 August at 5:00p, and Saturday, 17 August at 11:00a

Location: Parc du Concours, Corner of Stevenson Drive and Portola Road

Viewings: Begin on Wednesday, 14 August at 10:00a and continue daily through the Auctions

Admission: Cost is $40 for admission for 1 person to all Gooding auction events; $100 for catalog and admission for 2 people; $200 for bidder registration, which includes catalog and admission for 2 people, with reserved seating based on availability

For event details, a complete catalog, or to register to bid click here.

Tune into Gooding & Company live auction broadcast at goodingco.com/watch and online bidding at bid.goodingco.com

The following cars top the list of featured Lots to watch at the upcoming

Pebble Beach Auctions presented by Gooding & Company.

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1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider

  • An Elegant Early Production LWB California Spider
  • Desirable Covered-Headlight Example with Period SCCA Racing History
  • Provenance Includes Noted Ferrari Collectors Gerald Roush and Tony Wang
  • No-Expense-Spared, Platinum Award-Winning Restoration by Motion Products Inc.
  • Matching Numbers, Ferrari Classiche Certified, and Documented by Marcel Massini
  • Offered with Books, Tool Roll, Restoration Records, and More
  • 2,953 CC tipo 128D SOHC Alloy V-12 Engine with 3 Weber 36 DCL/3 Carburetors generating 240 BHP at 7,000 RPM
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1930 Duesenberg Model J Sport Berline

  • Among the Most Beautiful and Historically Significant Duesenbergs
  • Elegant, Technically Advanced, One-Off Coachwork by Murphy
  • Built to Order for Captain George Whittell Jr. and Known as “The Mistress Car”
  • Genuine Example Retaining Original Chassis, Engine, and Coachwork
  • Provenance Includes Distinguished Collectors JB Nethercutt and Bill Harrah among others
  • Award-Winning Restoration by Marque Specialist Chris Charlton

1953 Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM Superflow IV

  • One of the Most Significant Postwar Alfa Romeos Extant
  • Exotic Competition Chassis Clothed in Spectacular Pinin Farina Coachwork
  • An Important Show Car Displayed at the Paris, Torino, and Geneva Motor Shows from Y’s 1956 to 1960
  • Featured in Numerous Books on the Marque and Model
  • Well-Documented Provenance; Owned by Noted Collectors for the Past 40 Years
  • First in Class at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance® and Best of Show at Salon Privé
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1958 Ferrari 250 GT Series I Cabriolet

  • A Masterpiece of Italian Design – Among the Most Beautiful Sports Cars of the 1950’s
  • One of 40 Series I Cabriolets Built; Just 5 with Factory Side Vents
  • Originally Delivered to Rome for 1st Owner Prince Alessandro Ruspoli
  • Well-Documented Provenance; Just 2 Owners in the Past 3 Decades
  • Beautifully Restored in Elegant Colors; Multiple First in Class and Best of Show Awards
  • Matching-Numbers Throughout; Documented by Marcel Massini 2,953

1975 Ferrari 312T

  • Ferrari’s 1975 Formula 1 Championship Winner Driven by Niki Lauda
  • One of 5 Examples Built and 1 of Just 2 Main Chassis Used by Lauda for 1975
  • Winner of the BRDC International Trophy and French Grand Prix
  • Impeccably and Accurately Restored by Marque Specialists
  • Class Award Winner at 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
  • Among the Most Significant Formula 1 Cars Ever to Come to Public Sale

1961 Aston Martin DB4 GT

  • One of 75 Examples Originally Built; Just 30 in Left-Hand Drive
  • Aston Martin’s Famed GT-Class Racing Contender
  • Period Competition History Includes Bonneville Speed Record when New
  • Class Award Winner; 2007 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
  • Beautiful Photo-Documented Restoration by Sports Leicht Restorations
  • Retains Matching-Numbers Engine per Factory Records

1911 Rolls-Royce 40/50 HP Silver Ghost Limousine

  • Desirable Parallel-Bonnet Silver Ghost with Extraordinary Original Coachwork
  • The Exact Car Pictured in the January 1914 Rolls-Royce Sales Catalogue
  • Notable Features Include One of the First Sliding Roof Mechanism
  • Exceptionally Extensive Records and Documentation Detailing History from New
  • Displayed at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance® in Y’s 2004 and 2016
  • A Superb Example of the Edwardian Rolls-Royce, Ideal For Show Or Tour

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