A 1954 car driven by Stirling Moss is a focal point of RM Sotheby’s Arizona sale.
The only giant-killer to compete in a Grand Prix is expected to fetch $5 million.
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The Italian marque’s first off-road model was a short-lived sensation that will soon have a successor.
A 1921 Alfa Romeo G1 and 1960 Ferrari 250 GT are among the cars competing for attention.
With roughly 149 miles of factory testing to its history, the car was delivered new and never driven.
The elegant example had been on exhibit at the Henry Ford Museum for roughly the last three decades.
Among the auction lots are a 1936 Cadillac V16 Convertible Sedan and a Yellowstone Park Tour Bus.
The Italian design firm and coachbuilder breathes new life into the German marque’s model.
Although the specific example has yet to be built, it sold for $10 million to benefit charity.
The race will place attendees in pole position to enjoy Singapore’s high-octane nightlife.