Gooding & Co. Geared Online - Oct. 30, 2020

Jim Weed

Volume 45 Issue 23

Nov 8, 2020

Review of selected cars from Gooding & Co. Geared Online Auction - Oct. 30, 2020

    250 GT/L, S/N 5931 GT (1964). Amaranto with beige interior. Estimate $1.4 million to $1.8 million. Completed in July 1964. Originally finished in Azzurro with Nuvola (Cloud Gray) Connolly leather upholstery. Delivered new to Luigi Chinetti Motors in New York. It spent most of its early years in the Eastern US. First owned by a Mr. Sapperstein, it was later repainted white then, in 1970, sold to Arthur Stickney of Boston. After about eight years in his ownership, it was sold to Washington, D.C., where it remained for several decades. It finally reappeared in 2011 and, after trading hands a few times, came to reside in Southern California. The new owner commissioned a complete restoration. Documented by detailed photos, including stripping the bodywork to bare metal, disassembling and rebuilding the electrical and mechanical components, and refinishing in Amaranto paint with beige leather upholstery. Engine and rear axle original matching-numbers corresponding to the factory records. Lot 41. Sold for $1.3 million.

 

 

    365 GT 2+2, S/N 13269 (1970). Grigio Mahmoud with beige interior. Estimate $160,000 to $200,000. First sold via the Ferrari dealer in Torino in April 1970. In the ensuing decades, the Ferrari was enjoyed by several subsequent owners, all within Italy, until its purchase by P. Paul Pappalardo. Mr. Pappalardo bought the Ferrari in about 2005 and initially kept it in Italy, entrusting it to SportAuto Modena for significant restorative work. The engine and gearbox were rebuilt as well as having work done on the suspension. Brought to America in 2017 and has been regularly exercised. 82,363 km. Lot 60. Sold for $145,000.

 

 

    365 GTC/4, S/N 15609 (1972). Silver with tan interior. Estimate $200,000 to $240,000.  Delivered new to Ferrari of Vancouver. Cromodora alloy wheels. Documentation confirms the original colors as silver, with tan leather seats. Air conditioning, power windows, and a Becker Mexico AM/FM/cassette stereo. This four-owner car has covered approximately 20,000 miles. Books, tools, and service invoices. Work performed in late 2014 included new self-leveling shocks, spark plugs and rebuild of the carburetors. In August 2017 it received a new clutch and starter ring gear, along with exhaust resonators and other ancillary items. Joining the consignor’s collection in 2018 it has received extensive service. Lot 53. Sold for $185,000.

 

 

    575M MARANELLO, VIN ZFFBV55A250141041 (2005). Grigio Titanio with beige interior. Estimate $275,000 to $350,000. Delivered new to Boardwalk Ferrari in Plano, Texas. Fiorano Handling Package, Daytona-style seats, Scuderia shields, and 19” modular wheels, other options include interior carbon trim, hi-fi stereo with Becker Silverstone CD changer, and leather upholstered luggage shelf. Originally purchased by Marshall Fisco of Dallas, Texas, it was sold in July 2007 to its second owner in Sarasota, Florida. Exhibited at Cavallino Classic in January 2008. In 2010, a New Jersey-based collector acquired the Ferrari and retained it until earlier this year, when it was sold to the consignor. 9,100 miles. Records on file for service work by three prior owners. Some wear on wheels and bumpers, and the interior possesses some “sticky” finishes. With original books, tools, and accessories, as well as a copy of the window sticker and Carfax Vehicle History Report. Lot 33. Sold for $250,000.

 

 

    246 GT, S/N 03392 (1972). Rosso Chiaro with beige interior. Estimate $275,000 to $325,000. Completed on February 17, 1972, finished in Marrone (metallic brown) with beige interior. Originally retailed through Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada. The first owner was John Matesich who kept the Dino for a short time before selling it to Bruce Kramer of Rockford, Illinois. In 1980, Kramer sold it with 21,000 miles to another Illinois-based collector who retained it until 1994. By 2000 it was purchased by a collector in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, showing 34,825 miles. During the remaining 20 years it has been owned by three additional stewards, all using the car sparingly, as demonstrated by its current mileage of 39,025. While painted at some point in Rosso Chiaro, it is a fundamentally unrestored example and has always been a model of careful preservation. The original interior appears intact and presentable. With books, tool kit, and jack. Five new and proper Michelin XWX tires. Lot 22. Sold for $250,000.

 

 

    308 GTS QV, VIN ZFF7A13A6F0053675 (1985). Black with black leather and red piping. Estimate $55,000 to $75,000. 10,200 miles. The consignor traded his 1984 308 GTS for this car in 1989, as he wanted the final year and final version of the 308. Records indicate service work it has received, including a timing belt service in July 2019. Accompanying the sale are a second translucent roof panel, manual, tools, spare tire, and a Carfax Vehicle History Report. It should be noted that the driver’s side window and power antenna are not currently operational. Lot 30. Sold for $59,000.

 

 

    328 GTS, VIN ZFFXA20A7K0082233 (1989). Red with beige interior. Estimate $175,000 to $225,000. Purchased new by the consignor. Driven less than 900 miles, only for short drives on nice days, generally once a month during the warmer seasons. Highly original and well-kept condition. It received a major engine service, including timing belts, as well as a major interior and exterior detail in 2006. At the time, the car had 240 miles on the odometer. It has received additional service from 2012–2020, with low mileage documented on the receipts. The engine cover was recently repainted to correct a few imperfections and a small, airbrushed touch-up was made just above the front bumper to correct a scratch. Manual, tools, and spare tire. Lot 28. Sold for $145,000.

 

 

    488 SPIDER, VIN ZFF80AMA1K0240271 (2019). Blue metallic with beige interior. Estimate $425,000 to $525,000. Specially designed by Ferrari’s Tailor-Made program.  Part of a four-car “Force of Nature” series, celebrating the four elements: earth, wind, water, and fire. “Water has always been seen as the primal source of life and the element of emotion. The blue and white metallic exterior brings to life the cool and singularly focused power of water.” Finished in blue metallic with white accents and Peccary Beige and Blue Sterling leather interior. Exterior carbon fiber accents, including steering wheel, in Blue Lucido. 20” forged wheels, sport exhaust system and parking camera, many other special trim features. Sold through Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale by the consignor it has 61 miles. Offered with window sticker, factory books, tool kit, and accessories. Lot 45. Not sold.