Bonhams Goodwood Speedweek Sale - Oct. 17, 2020
Volume 45 Issue 23
Nov 8, 2020
Review of selected cars from Bonhams Goodwood Speedweek Sale - Oct. 17, 2020
330 GTS, S/N 10113 (1967). Red with beige leather. Estimate $1.5 million to $1.9 million. Originally finished in Blu Chiaro with Rosso leather interior and matching top, instruments in kilometers and Borrani wheels. Completed in July 1967 and delivered to Crepaldi in Milan, Italy. Exported to the USA in the mid-1970s and in 1980 was sold to Laird L. Cleaver in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1998 it passed to Gary Hornbarrier of North Carolina, who kept the car for three years before selling it in 2001. Owned until January 2004 when it was sold Paul Wignall in the UK. Next owner Andrew Fletcher acquired it in November 2004. The current vendor acquired it on 7th December 2005. History file of bills and other paperwork. Lot 291. Sold for $1.64 million.
365 GTC, S/N 12747 (1969). Dark gray with black interior. Estimate $640,000 to $770,000. One of 26 right-hand-drive examples built. Wire wheels. 69,491 km. In 1971 it was sold to Montreal, Canada, and in 1986 was sold to David C. Nelson of Akron, Ohio. Two years later, in 1988, the car was sold to the UK and restored circa 1990/1991. Meticulously maintained thereafter, it has been re-trimmed again, in black, and fitted with period-correct air conditioning. The current vendor purchased at the end of 2018. Accompanying documentation consists of restoration invoices, and a Massini report. Lot 299. Sold for $687,228.
456 GT, VIN ZFFSP44C000100729 (1995). Green metallic with cream interior. Manual transmission model sold by Maranello Concessionaires on 6th January 1995 to Singaporean billionaire hotelier Kwek Leng Beng and registered to his Millennium & Copthorne Hotel Group’s South Kensington address. Subsequently owned between 2000 and 2011 by Sir Bruce MacPhail, Managing Director of P&O. No fewer than 18 services recorded with recognized specialists. Most recently June 2018 at 64,440 miles. Currently reading 64,839 miles. Recent work includes refreshment of the paintwork and sills. Various electrical and mechanical works in October 2019. Complete with leather service folder, owner’s manual, leather case and tools and history file. Lot 251. Sold for $48,746.
246 GTS, S/N 07362 (1973). RHD. White with black interior. Estimate $390,000 to $450,000. Purchased in December 2000 from the estate of BRDC member the late Mike Cornwell (its owner since 1975). Cornwell had the Dino converted to flares soon after he bought the car in the 1970s, so in the interests of keeping true to its history it was decided to retain those during restoration as they had been on the car for the best part of its life. The owner’s restoration took three years and 5,000 man-hours to complete and was carried out between 2017 and 2020. The leather interior trim was supplied by Lupi. The engine is fully rebuilt and balanced with Cosworth high-compression pistons and has only been run and tuned on the testbed. Being an in-house restoration, there are no bills available, but comes with an album containing hundreds of photographs recording the process in full. 17,651 miles. Lot 288. Sold for $388,045.
488 SPIDER, VIN ZFF80AMC000234246 (2018). Metallic tan brown with black and tan interior and tartan interior panels. Estimate $250,000 to $300,000. 70th Anniversary livery 46 of the 70 designs produced and was inspired by the Ferrari 365 GTC/4 of 1971. Supplied new in the UK and is one owner. Highlights include 20” forged alloy wheels painted matte silver; fully electric seats; sports sill cover; front and rear parking cameras; front and rear parking sensors; two-tone leather interior; Scuderia shields; and a Navtrak anti-theft system. 2,600 miles. Serviced by Ferrari prior to the sale. With complete original book pack. Lot 237. Not sold.