Most Expensive Cars Sold at Amelia Island Auctions


Most Expensive Cars Sold at Amelia Island Auctions

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Classic cars, vintage cars, collector cars – we love them all. Amelia Island car weekend in Florida is held in high regard among vintage car connoisseurs. Read on to check out a few of the most expensive cars sold during the 2018 auctions!

1931 Marmon Sixteen

$1,050,000

This impressive vehicle reigned in a nice price for such a vintage model. The Sixteen in its name refers to this coupe’s new-for-1931 200-hp aluminum-block 8.0-liter V-16 engine. Sadly, this would be the company’s last model. Although Marmon failed to survive the Great Depression, this vehicle remains a gem.

1952 Ferrari 212 Europa Cabriolet

$1,600,000

This vehicle was designed to be a looker, and it continues to command attention to this day. This vehicle was kept in a garage from 1972 to 2011, then it was treated to a six-year restoration and reunited with its original engine. The long-lost show car then appeared at the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

1966 Ferrari 275 GTB

$2,530,000

This rare Ferrari model represents the peak development of such a model. This vehicle was stashed away in the early 1900s and recently unearthed in an episode of The Barn Find Hunter. Although returned to running condition, it’s a largely untouched original.

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