Gooding & Company's online platform hosted a 14-car sale in June, with viewings taking place in the UK. A 1969 Ford GT40 sailed past its £1.8-2.2 million estimate, making £2,508,000; while an ex-Brun Racing 1990 Porsche 962C fetched £759,000 (est. £800k-1.2 million) and a 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 S with a replacement engine rounded off the top three when it achieved £737,000 (est. £800k-1 million).

Ferrari Dino 246 GTS – © Silverstone Auctions

All four Ferrari Dinos changed hands at Silverstone Auctions' sale which was held during the hugely successful National Ferrari Owners' Day at Sywell Aerodrome, with 837 Ferraris in attendance and 1800 people. The headline result was posted by a 43,650-mile 1974 246 GTS, finished in its original shade of Nocciola Metallizzato, that drew £388,125 (est. £375-425k). The right-hand drive example with factory-flares and Ferrari Classiche certification was supplied new to the Sultan of Pahang in Malaysia, with just two owners since, and was restored by John Pogson at Italia Autosport between 2016 and 2018.

Ferrari 275 GTB – Remi Dargegen ©2021 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's

A recently-restored 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, originally owned by Roger Vadim and Jane Fonda, was the star attraction at RM Sotheby's Milan sale, bringing a mid-estimate €2,255,000. Other highlights included a 2000 Ferrari 550 GT1 that competed in the 2001 FIA GT Championship which made €1,805,000 (est. €1.8-2.2 million), and a 1988 Lamborghini LM002 that blitzed its €225-275k guide, setting a new auction record for the model at €393,125.

Bentley S1 Continental Drophead Coupe – Dirk de Jager ©2021 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's

RM's were back in action four days later with their 'Passion for Elegance' sale in Liechtenstein which netted a perfect 100% sell-through rate. The 26-lot single-owner collection of Rolls-Royces and Bentleys turned in some impressive results, notably the ex-Princess Margaret 1954 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV Limousine at a staggering CHF2,255,000, against a guide of CHF400-600K, and a 1958 Bentley S1 Continental Drophead Coupe at CHF1,220,000 (est. CHF900-1.2m).

Ford GT – © Bonhams

Bonhams returned to the Bonmont Golf & Country Club, where a 1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso led the results, selling post-auction for CHF1,340,348 (est. CHF1.35-1.95m), hypercars filling the next two slots; a Swiss-delivered 8,900km 2014 McLaren P1 at CHF1,207,500 (est. CHF1.2-1.5m) and a 2020 Ford GT with 1,545km went for CHF966,000 (est. CHF880k-1m).

McLaren P1 – © Barrett-Jackson

The principle auction activity in the US in June centred on Barrett-Jackson's three-day Las Vegas sale which saw more than 700 cars successfully hammered away for $46 million. A 3,177-mile 2015 McLaren P1 that was first owned by the Canadian DJ and music producer Deadmau5 featured among the big-ticket entries, selling for $1,567,500 while a 1994 Toyota Supra from the Fast & Furious film took $550,000.


Glenmarch Q2 - Top 10 auction sales Price Auction House Location Date
Duesenberg Model J $5,725,000/£4.11M RM Sotheby's USA May
Mercedes-Benz 500K/540K $4,900,000/£3.52M Bonhams USA May
Ferrari F50 $3,772,500/£2.71M RM Sotheby's USA May
Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Alloy $3,586,000/£2.57M Gooding & Co Online May
Ford GT40 £2,508,000 Gooding & Co Online June
Duesenberg Model SJ $2,970,000/£2.13M Mecum USA May
Ferrari 275 GTB/4 $2,810,000/£2.02M RM Sotheby's USA May
Ferrari 275 GTB €2,255,000/£1.92M RM Sotheby's Italy June
Ferrari 365 GTS/4 $2,452,500/£1.76M RM Sotheby's USA May
Mercer Type 35 K Runabout $2,425,000/£1.74M Bonhams UK May


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