Competition Cars Dominate RM Auctions’ Monaco Sale

Whether you need a car to blast by the casino, corner Loews hairpin or sprint through the tunnel, the assortment of competition cars set for RM Auctions’ Monaco Sale, taking place in just one week, is extraordinary – a fitting complement to the Monaco Historic Grand Prix that also takes place the same weekend.
1953 Ferrari 375 MM Spider by Pinin Farina

1953 Ferrari 375 MM Spider by Pinin Farina

Here are some examples of upcoming Monaco auctions:

1953 Ferrari 375 MM Spider by Pinin Farina
  • Winner of two Argentine championships 1954-55; 18 podium finishes, including 11 wins, 1954-57
  • Estimate: $4.500.000-$5.500.000 
1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider
  • Successful period and vintage-racing history; comes with original, very rare, matching-numbers racing engine; ex-John von Neumann
  • Estimate:  $4.000.000-$5.000.000
1966 Ferrari 206 S Dino Spyder by Carrozzeria Sports Cars
  • Ex-Maranello Concessionaires racing team; raced by Richard Attwood and David Piper
  • Estimate: $2.900.000-$3.700.000
1948 Ferrari 166 Inter Spyder Corsa by Carrozzeria Fontana
  • Winner, 1949 Italian Hill Climb Championship; twice run in the Mille Miglia and three documented entries in the Targa Florio
  • Estimate: $1.400.000-$2.400.000
2007 Peugeot 908 V-12 HDi FAP Le Mans Racing Car
  • 2009 Le Mans Works entry; 1st Overall at Monza, Silverstone and Spa
  • Estimate: $1.900.000-$2.300.000
2006 Ferrari FXX Evoluzione
  • Rare opportunity to join the limited roster of FXX owners
  • Estimate: $1.700.000-$2.200.000
1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport
  • Co-driven at 1951 24 Hours of Le Mans by Juan-Manuel Fangio and Louis Rosier
  • Estimate: $1.500.000-$1.900.000
1968 Alfa Romeo T33/2 Daytona
  • Ex-Nino Vaccarella, Teodoro Zeccoli; winner of 500 Km of Imola
  • Estimate: $1.100.000-$1.400.000
2000 Ferrari F1-2000
  • Raced by Michael Schumacher on his way to the 2000 Driver’s Championship
  • Estimate: $900.000-$1.100.000
1987 Ferrari F40 Prototype/GT
  • Successful racing pedigree, 2nd overall in the Italian GT Championship
  • Estimate: $930.000-$1.100.000
1969 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3 Sports Racer
  • Built and raced by Autodelta
  • Estimate: $965.000-$1.000.000
1978 Rondeau M378 Le Mans GTP Racing Car
  • Most Le Mans starts in history
  • Estimate: $800.000-$1.000.000
1978 Williams FW06 Formula One Racing Car
  • Built for and raced by 1980 F1 world champion Alan Jones
  • Estimate: $635.000-$770.000
1951 Piero Taruffi Italcorsa/Tarf II Speed-Record Car
  • Designed and polioted by Piero Taruffi; seven official speed records, 1951-52
  • Estimate: $210.000-$265.000
2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3 Racing Car
  • 100% of proceeds to Monaco Association against Muscular Dystrophy
  • Estimate: $100.000-$130.000

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