Gooding and Company London Sale At 2-4 September

The Concours of Elegance, presented by A. Lange & Söhne, will play host to one of the most amazing automotive auctions of the year, as the Gooding and Company London Sale returns to Hampton Court Palace.

Gooding and Company London Sale At 2-4 September

During the course of the event, more than 40 extraordinary cars from legendary British and European marques will be on display for visitors to admire, before being sold live at Hampton Court Palace on Saturday 3rd September. Some of the highlight lots are below. Find the full list here.

Porsche 550 Spyder

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A true barn-find, this 550 Spyder has been mainly kept out of the public eye and not seen the light of day for nearly 35 years. This example was originally finished in red with white darts, initially sold to Rita Rampinelli, a notable Swiss female race car driver who competed with the Spyder for a brief period.

Ferrari 250 SWB Berlinetta Competizione

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The stunning 250 SWB Berlinetta was available with either a road-going steel body, or a competition-specified alloy body. The competition-proven variant offered here, chassis 2021 GT, is a 1960 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione that features lightweight aluminium coachwork by Scaglietti wearing a vivid and historically significant livery.

Bugatti Type 55 Cabriolet

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The Type 55 made its debut in Paris in October 1931, where it gained appeal due to its high-performance capabilities, including its impressive top speed of over 110 mph. The Type 55 was offered with a variety of bodies. The elegant Cabriolet offered here features coachwork by the well-known French coachbuilder Gangloff.

Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ

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The Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ was one of the most successful competition cars of the 1960s, and with only 112 built in total. The beautiful Tubolare Zagato (TZ) models were introduced in 1963 to succeed the Sprint Zagato (SZ) models, and featured a new tube-frame chassis that allowed for a more lightweight, aerodynamic body.

Bugatti Type 57C Ventoux

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The 1937 Bugatti Type 57C Ventoux presented here, chassis 57506, is a particularly stunning example which still possesses its factory-delivered supercharged engine. Beautiful both in appearance and stature, this sympathetically restored Bugatti is presented in attractive colours, and retains its spectacular, well-preserved original upholstery.

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