Mecum’s annual Monterey Auction will be headlined by a spectacular array of supercars and sports cars from makers such as Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, McLaren, Ford, Bugatti and Aston Martin. Classics from such renowned automotive marques as Duesenberg, Packard and Peugeot will also highlight the sale, while a select array of superbly turned out racing cars will be sprinkled throughout. Pony cars, muscle cars and Corvettes will also make up some of the 600 cars on offer, while the auction boasts 50 of the finest collectible motorcycles from around the world.
Among the featured lots:
1972 FERRARI DINO 246 GTS
This 1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS is an extensively documented example in beautiful condition with only 13,600 miles on the odometer and winner of the Ferrari Club of America 2016 National Preservation Award. .
2016 FORD SHELBY GT-H
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1966 Shelby GT350H, Hertz and Shelby American have partnered again to offer a modern 2016 Shelby GT-H Mustang, available through the Hertz Adrenaline Collection at select U.S. airports. Of the 140 to be built, only one will be offered to the public as a brand-new vehicle, and it will be sold at the Mecum Auction in Monterey.
1906 PACKARD MODEL S TOURING
This 1906 Packard Model S Touring is the 22nd oldest complete Packard in the world and one of only three 1906 Packards known extant today. This 1906 Packard Model S Touring, chassis number 2425 and engine number 2425, features black leather upholstery, brass wood-rimmed steering wheel with throttle and spark controls and a rare Waltham wind-up clock on the ash dashboard. While its original owner is unknown, its subsequent ownership history is well documented in the Packard Centennial Registry and most famously includes Bill Harrah, who owned the car for 20 years from 1966 to 1986. It’s been part of the Tom and Joann Goodlet Collection for nearly 25 years.
1964 SHELBY 289 COBRA ROADSTER
According to the Shelby Registry, CSX2549 is one of fewer than 20 C4-equipped Cobra 289s, only a few of which are known to remain extant today. The car was bought in 1988 by automotive journalist Jerry Heasley of Plano, Texas. A devoted Cobra enthusiast, Heasley wrote about his Cobra in numerous magazine articles over several years. During his ownership he commissioned Wayne Davis to refinish the car in the original Silver. It has since become part of the Don Davis Collection, this well-documented beauty still retains its original no-hit aluminum body, Red seat covers, 6-inch chrome wire wheels and today remains one of the most original automatic-equipped Cobras in existence.
1967 PORSCHE 911 DELUXE RS
A first-generation RS; an ultra-rare, highly optioned, historically significant and Kardex-documented car with 72,000 original kilometers. The sticker on the windshield reads ”STUTTGART INSPECTED COMMUNITY”— and is original to the car.
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