From Ferraris and Duesenbergs to Gullwings and BMWs, the Arizona auction beginning today evening will offer enthusiasts the chance to own some of the finest examples from the most collectible marques. Headlined by the only Ferrari 410 Superamerica originally bodied by Scaglietti, the Arizona event will present 10 examples from the storied Italian marque, including an extremely low-mileage Ferrari F40 originally owned by Lee Iacocca. Also on offer is spectacular, ACD-certified Duesenberg Model J Long Wheelbase Dual Cowl Phaeton with coachwork by LeBaron, a 1959 BMW 507 Roadster, restored by the master craftsmen of RM Auto Restoration, and two examples of the legendary 300SL—a coupe and a roadster.
Other highlights include the cars to the right, as well as the following notable examples:
- a low-mileage 1966 Shelby Cobra 427, CSX 3228
- a multiple award-winning 1931 Chrysler CG Imperial Convertible Victoria, just three owners from new including single-family ownership for 70 years
- an elegant 1914 Rolls-Royce 40/50 Silver Ghost Landaulet by Barker and
- a beautifully-restored, well-documented 1953 Chevrolet Corvette, the fifth example off the line in the first year of Corvette production
Taking place at the beautiful Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, over 140 cars will be offered, many without reserve. You can participate in the auction from anywhere in the world by registering to bid for online, telephone or absentee bidding, or you can join us in Arizona to experience the excitement of a live auction! If, however, you are unable to attend, you can still experience the auction action live online, beginning Thursday, January 19 at 7:00pm MST.