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Next Big Thing: An Auction Preview

Shaun Tolson

THE SALE

This 1954 Ferrari 375 Plus will headline Bonhams’ Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale on June 27 at the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex, England. While it’s impossible to predict the future, it seems safe to say that the car will be the auction’s top lot. What’s more, the car will be sold with no reserve, which guarantees that it will change ownership come the beginning of the summer.

“Don’t try to buy it after the sale, because it won’t be available—that’s the message that’s getting across to the world,” says Kantor. “This is probably not going to come up for sale again for many, many years, which means the bidding could be pretty fierce and competitive. It could sell for anywhere between $15 million and $20 million.”

For more information, visit Bonhams’ website (www.bonhams.com) or call +44.20.7468.5801.   

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