Gooding’s results were in line with the rest of the Arizona sales we monitored , reinforcing the general trend: high sell through rates, many cars not reaching the estimates and some notable cars unsold.
|Sold over estimate||16||12.70%|
|Sold under estimate||66||52.38%|
|Sold in lower half of estimate||19||15.08%|
|Sold in upper half of estimate||10||7.94%|
|Sold in lower half of estimate or below||85||67.46%|
|Sold in upper half of estimate or above||26||20.63%|
|Sold at median estimate||3||2.38%|
|Sold within estimate – ACCURACY||32||25.40%|
Ferrari 250 California Spider – selling for £5 million including premium it fell short of the estimated £6.6 million ex premium. “Well bought” is the term being used about the car – it certainly seems that way.
Ferrari 250 GT Lusso – sold for what appeared to be a sensible £1.27 million including premium and a good deal less than the £1.65 million achieved on the hammer at Salon Prive in 2014.
Maserati A6G 2000 – These lovely Maserati’s are rather like buses. You wait ages for one and then two barn finds turn up at auction at once. A Frua bodied version from the much hyper Baillon collection will go through Artcurial’s Retromobile auction in February. This car made £470,000 with premium.
Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RSH – unsold. The extra “H” failed to find this car a buyer at what was expected to be around £1 million with premium.
Toyota 2000 GT – unsold
Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale – there was a lot of chatter about the price this car achieved (£189,000 inc premium) but the reality is that they are selling through UK dealers for that price.
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