Following a confusing series of events, the Porsche Type 64 auction was terminated without the car’s $17 million reserve being met.
The 3.5 CSL IMSA won the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1975.
This F1 is one of only two upgraded to “LM-Specification” after the automaker ceased production of the car in 1998.
The silver grand tourer will be offered by RM/Sotheby’s as part of Monterey Car Week.
Although the final figures were down from recent years, The RM Sotheby’s event presented some quintessential cars on the block.
Spanning more than six decades, these vehicles epitomize the Italian coachbuilder’s art, both old and new.
This James Bond SUV Starred in Hollywood’s Most Expensive Stunt Scene. Now, It’s Been Sold for $130,000
The SVX Concept driven by bad guys in “Spectre” is an aftermarket Defender from Bowler.
In time for summer, a pair of the marque’s open-top tourers go big on the RM Sotheby’s block in Germany.
Due to a change in import laws, previously unavailable models are making their mark at U.S. auctions.