Combined sales from the four Amelia Island auctions in mid-March totaled $115m among just 353 cars, for an average sold price of $353k.
Totals for RM Sotheby’s came to $60.4m — a record for Amelia Island Auction Week. The most expensive American lot was a 1967 Shelby Cobra 427 SC roadster (pictured), sold at $2.1m. Ninety-nine consignments sold out of 101 (98%). View all the sold prices here.
At Bonhams’ first Amelia Island sale, totals came to $13.8m. Sixty-four cars sold out of 82 (78%). Top lot was a 1930 Cord Model L-29 Town Car with coachwork by Murphy, changing hands at $1.8m. View all the sold prices here.
Sales totaled $27m at Gooding & Company. Of 87 consignments, 76 sold (87%), and top American honors went to a 1932 Lincoln Model KB custom stationary coupe, sold at $836k. View all the sold prices here.
Hollywood Wheels made $14m at their first Amelia Island auction, selling 114 out of 138 cars (83%). The American high sale was a 1970 Plymouth Hemi Superbird, sold at $358k. For more information, visit www.hollywoodwheels.com.