We recently covered the Goodwood Festival of Speed event and all some of the world’s most incredible vehicles that participated in the event.
Today we are here to talk about the biggest sellers from the event that weren’t there to charge up the hill!
More than $17 million dollars worth of collector cars made the event and here is a list of the biggest hitters.
- 1974 Ferrari Dino 246GT Spyder – $424,629
This Ferrari red beauty was passed through three owners before reaching the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Its restoration includes a fresh coat of pain, and interior retrim and a set of replacement wheels.
- 1957 Aston Martin DB Mklll Prototype – $565,334
The Aston Martin DB was painted Moonbeam Grey, with Green leather interior, and its easy on the eyes!
- 1911 Mercedes Simplex 28/50hp Roi des Beiges – $602,855
This vehicle has a special story where the previous owners son wrote in a letter that states; “I do not know yet what year my father bought the chassis, but we were always told this particular model was drilled to carry a light gun in the First World War.”
- 1914 Rolls-Royce 40/50hp Silver Ghost Open Tourer – $921,788
In 1913 this Derby-built Silver Ghost was ordered by His Highness the Maharana Sir Fateh Singh Bahadur of Udaipur. This car underwent a nut and bolt replacement that was completed in 2012.
- 1962 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster – $1,503,370
The second most expensive vehicle to go at the Goodwood Festival of Speed was this incredible Mercedes-Benz 300SL. Its one of our favourites! Three generations of an English family enjoyed this wonderful vehicle.
- 1973 Porsche 911RD Lightweight Carrera – $1,390,806
Now this was undeniably the highlight of the sale. This Porsche is a rare bit of machinery, one of 17 in fact. The vehicle was fully restored to its original specification in the 90s and completely rebuilt its engine by marque specialist Porsche Wilmslow in 2007.