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Automobile Inventory

Ordered by Make & Model

Coachwork by Gangloff
1938 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante Coupe
• A rare Bugatti with early Atalante coachwork featuring a “roll-top” sliding roof
• Extensively documented by renowned Bugatti historian, David Sewell
• Resided in significant French collections, Henri Novo as well as Michel Seydoux, of Schlumberger fame
• Recipient of a painstakingly correct, frame-up restoration
The Ex-Carroll Shelby
1965 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe CSX 2469
• Previously owned and driven by Carroll Shelby
• Current owner purchased this car directly from Carroll Shelby
• Well-documented including a title in Shelby’s name
• Vintage race history includes wins at Laguna Seca and Goodwood
• Driven by Phil Hill, Derek Hill, Derek Bell, John Morton Danny Sullivan and Brian Redman
• McCluskey Daytona Coupe body commissioned by Carroll Shelby under his ownership
• An impressive piece of racing history
• Listed in the Shelby Registry
1937 Miller-Gulf Race Car
• One of two Miller racing cars commissioned by Indianapolis champion, Ira Vail
• Recognized as the most original survivor by Miller enthusiasts and experts
• Exceptionally original example of Harry Miller’s creative genius
• A tour de force of Harry Miller’s advanced engineering and construction
• One of the last major racing-car projects completed by Harry Miller
Custom Coachwork by Dietrich
1934 Packard Twelve Individual Custom Convertible Sedan
Offered Without Reserve
• A well-known Dietrich Individual Custom with unquestioned provenance and history
• Accolades include CCCA Premier First Place and AACA Senior First Place
• Award winner at The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s
• Documented and featured in J.M. Fenster’s Packard: The Pride
• Used as the example for the Franklin Mint model
• Resided in only two private collections for nearly 50 years
• Ready for touring and exhibition at prestigious events everywhere
1956 Austin-Healey 100 M ‘Le Mans’
• 1 of only 640 high-performance 100 Ms documented from the factory in 1956
• Accompanied by copies of the British Motoring Industry Heritage Trust Certificate and 100 M 'Le Mans' Registry
• An authentic restoration, well-sorted for use
• Numbers matching original engine
• A very rare final-year Healey, with fewer than 250 known to exist today
1984 Ferrari 512 BBi
• Just 5,000 miles from new
• Ferrari 12-cylinder power
• Owned by Bill DeCarr, of George Barris’ circle, for nearly 30 years
• Impeccably preserved with care and servicing
• Accompanied by original spare and extensive documentation
1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Roadster
• Previous Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance award winner
• Short chassis example with 8AS spec engine, eligible for events such as the Mille Miglia
• Sporty aluminum coachwork with raked V-windshield
• Provenance includes noted collector Sergio Franchi