GAA CLASSIC CARS AUCTION JULY 28, 2018

Wallace Wyss

Volume 43 Issue 17

Aug 18, 2018

The Ferrari Market Letter brings auction results from major auction companies throughout the year so you the subscriber can keep up with the market.

    The Ferrari Market Letter brings auction results from major auction companies throughout the year so you the subscriber can keep up with the market.

    Most of the auctions focus upon collector quality cars and are often associated with an event like Monterey, Amelia Island, Goodwood or Monaco.

    Often there are smaller auctions, not smaller in total quantity of cars, but smaller Ferrari offerings.

    Places like Hershey, Indianapolis, Fort Lauderdale, and yes, even Greensboro, North Carolina, offer Ferraris.

    Maybe not 97-point Cavallino winning Ferraris but Ferraris that could be used and enjoyed without fear of losing value if 1,000 or more miles were added to the odometer. After all, Ferraris are meant to be driven!

    While owning a trailer queen may appeal to some, I think most would rather have a not quite so perfect example to enjoy without fear of picking up one more rock chip or badge of honor, depending how you look at it.

    With that, we bring you the Greensboro Auto Auction company.

    GAA Classic Cars is not a traveling car auction, we are located in a facility we own that is dedicated to the sale of classic, antique and unique vehicles.  What does this mean for you?  Permanent facilities, permanent seating, not those folding white chairs or hard plastic seats. The Automobile Palace offers a unique experience in the classic car arena.

    With seating for over 500 they are the most comfortable in the business. GAA Classic Cars offers our VIPs and special guests a unique viewing option with our skybox seating.

    With three sales a year typically in March, July and November, GAA Classic Cars strives to provide the best line up of vehicles and the best environment to buy, sell or spectate.

    512 BBi, VIN ZFFJA09B000044993 (1983). White with cream interior. No reserve. Red Zegna cloth inserts. All books and tools. Original radio and equalizer. 33,254 km. Lot ST 0097. Sold for $175,000.

    512 BBi, VIN  ZFFJA09B000046641 (1983). Black with black leather. No reserve. Red seat inserts, original radio and equalizer.  Full engine-out service completed in the last six months. 6,871 km. Lot TH 0122. Sold for $103,000.

    400i AUTOMATIC, VIN ZFFEB06B000054123 (1984). Black with tan leather. No reserve. Black carpets, A/C, new leather. 12,553 miles. Lot ST 0117. Sold for $35,500.

    456 GT, VIN ZFFSP44A5S0101912 (1995). Green with tan leather. No reserve. Service records included. Clean Carfax. Tool kit and manual. Lot ST 0163. Sold for $52,000.

    308 GTB, S/N 20191 (1976). Giallo Modena with black leather. No reserve. 62,169 miles. Lot ST 0136. Sold for $42,000.

    308 GTB, S/N 21287 (1977). Blu Acapulco with cream leather. No reserve. Blue carpets. Fully serviced including belts, water pump and clutch. Originally destined for the Swiss market, dry-sump European example. All four carburetors have been rebuilt. Correct 14” wheels with fresh tires. Original tool roll. Service records. Same ownership from 1985 to 2015. 51,643 km. Lot ST 0110. Sold for $80,000.

    308 GTS, S/N 27895 (1979). Red with black leather. No reserve. Fully documented two-year restoration including bare metal paint to body, new leather interior and full engine-out service including suspension. Over $50,000 in receipts. 28,517 miles. Lot ST 0104. Sold for $68,000.

    348 TS, VIN ZFF4G36A8M0088985 (1991). Red with beige leather. No reserve. Service history back to 2000, including clutch at 22K miles and major at 26K miles. Clean Carfax and Autocheck. 31,344 miles. Lot ST 0095. Sold for $48,000.

    355 F1 BERLINETTA, VIN ZFFXR41A1W0110956 (1998). Red with tan leather. No reserve. Last belt service at 26,842 miles. Clutch replaced at 20K miles. Lot ST 0080. Sold for $58,000.

    CHALLENGE STRADALE, VIN ZFFDU57A740136103 (2004). Blu Tour de France with red leather seats. No reserve. Italian stripe, red brake calipers, Scuderia shields, fire extinguisher. 12,865 miles. Lot ST 0123. Sold for $175,000.

 

 

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