Preview & Main Attractions Mecum Monterey

Mecum Monterey 2024 is set to feature about 600 vehicles and 100 motorcycles. Scheduled from August 15 – 17 at Hyatt Regency Hotel and Spa in Monterey, California, this celebratory event is anticipated to surpass previous car counts, offering a diverse array of offerings.

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Mecum Monterey 2024: The Main Attractions (Lot R334)

1959 Porsche 718 RSK Center Seat


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  • Chassis No. 718-028, Engine No. 90220
  • Only 34 Porsche 718 RSKs were built and reportedly six were built in center seat configuration
  • Only four 718 RSKs were factory-built with the ability to convert between center and offset steering
  • Built in April 1959 and delivered new with center-seat adaptation to Christian Goethals of Belgium, who raced the car for one season
  • Won 1st Overall at the 1959 Leopoldville Grand Prix in the Belgian Congo
  • Placed 6th Overall and 3rd in Class at the 1960 Buenos Aires 1000km Grand Prix
  • Original Wendler bodywork, Type 547/3 engine and transaxle
  • 1587cc DOHC Flat 4-cylinder engine
  • Dual Weber 46 IDM1 carburetors
  • 5-speed manual transaxle
  • Sold on a Bill of Sale

1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S (Lot R333)


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  • Previously owned by Indianapolis 500 driver Salt Walther
  • Three-year concours-level restoration by Bobileff Motorcar Company of San Diego completed in 2008
  • The Miura was the world’s first mid-engined two-seater car
  • Designed by Marcello Gandini
  • Built in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy on January 29, 1969
  • Chassis no. 3919
  • Engine no. 2772
  • Production no. 3223
  • 3.9L transverse-mounted V-12 engine
  • All four carburetors were rebuilt in 2020
  • 5-speed manual transmission
  • Verde Miura exterior repainted in 2017
  • Blue interior
  • Gated shifter
  • Bucket seats
  • Power windows
  • Locking glovebox
  • Chrome trim around windows
  • Rear window louvers
  • Electrical system overhaul in 2018
  • Starter replaced in 2018
  • 100 amp alternator upgrade installed in 2018
  • Battery replaced in 2018
  • Battery cables replaced in 2018
  • Voltage regulator replaced in 2018
  • Crown gear between starter and flywheel replaced in 2021 with factory gear
  • Clutch wheel cylinder replaced in 2023
  • Muffler replaced in 2023
  • Extensive service records included

1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 (Lot R326)


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  • Purchased from the previous owner of who had the car since 1969
  • In current owner’s care since 2016
  • California car since 1969
  • The car was produced new with special Rosso Chiaro Dark Red paint
  • Comprehensive mechanical, chassis and suspension restoration completed in 2017 by Exclusive Motorcars in Los Angeles, California
  • Transaxle was rebuilt by GTO Engineering
  • Paint completed by Brian Hoyt of Perfect Reflections
  • Rare factory power window option
  • Best of Show and FCA Platinum award (with a score of 99.5 points) at the Concorso Ferrari in Pasadena in 2017
  • FCA Platinum award winner at the 2021 San Marino Motor Classic
  • Certified as matching numbers by Ferrari Classiche, Red book included
  • Original books and tools
  • Ownership history and mechanicals documented with dozens of receipts sorted by the decade

1967 Ferrari 330 GTS (Lot R325)


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  • 1 of only 99 produced
  • Part of a group of 30 Ferraris sold through Luigi Chinetti Motors to Bill Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada
  • Previously owned from 1974-1981 by John Alexander, a top-10 world-ranked Australian tennis player whose career spanned from the late 1960s through the mid 1980s
  • Cosmetically refreshed in 2015 by Rod Stryker of Quality Automotive in Columbus, Ohio including Nero paint and a comprehensive undercarriage detailing
  • Comprehensive mechanical, chassis and suspension restoration completed in 2016 by Exclusive Motorcars in Los Angeles, California
  • FCA Platinum award winner at the Pasadena Concoroso in both 2016 and 2018
  • FCA Platinum award and best of class at the 2022 San Marino Motor Classic where it scored 100 points
  • Marcel Massini history report
  • Certified matching numbers by Ferrari Classiche, Red book included

1965 Shelby Cobra CSX4000 Series Roadster (Lot R312)


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  • CSX4207
  • The car’s sole owner, Scott Johnson, arranged the car’s order with Carroll Shelby at meeting at the Bel Air Country Club
  • It is believed that this example is the first aluminum-bodied CSX4000 Series to be left unpainted
  • Classic Cobra striping etched into the body, 1 of only 4 cars produced in this style
  • Prior to completion, the car’s aluminum body was displayed suspended from the ceiling at a prominent Shelby Showcase in Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Odometer reads 97 miles, most of which were accrued in testing
  • FE 427 CI V-8 engine with Vortech supercharger
  • Aluminum block and heads
  • Toploader wide ratio 4-speed manual transmission
  • 3.54 high performance rear end
  • Pin-drive knock-off wheels
  • Dash and supercharger cover autographed by Carroll Shelby
  • History listed in the Shelby Registry
  • Set of DVDs detailing the build of the car
  • Featured in the August 2007 issue of Muscle Car Power magazine

1936 Delahaye Type 135 Competition Court Teardrop Coupe (Lot R303)

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  • Coachwork by Figoni et Falaschi
  • Right-hand drive Lightweight “Goutte D’Eau” style coupe with sunroof
  • The only 1936 Delahaye Type 135 with headlamps integrated in between the front fenders
  • One of an estimated 30 Competition Court models built from 1935-37
  • The last of six short-wheelbase coupes built by Figoni et Falaschi in 1936 and one of three surviving examples today
  • The Competition Court was the ultimate Type 135 and only available as a homologation special to a very select group of loyal Delahaye customers. The Competition Court chassis option did not appear in any Delahaye literature and was sold as a bare chassis to be sent to a coachbuilder for a custom-built lightweight body
  • Chassis No. 47242 was fitted with special competition components including a 4-speed manual transmission, outside-mounted rear springs, a low-mounted engine, oil cooler mounted below the radiator and racing-style fuel tank with dual fillers
  • Delivered new to the Delahaye factory and retained as a demonstrator
  • Body No. 609 is unique from the other five examples with a slightly different bonnet and a single row of hood louvers
  • Steel body with aluminum bonnet, boot, fenders, doors and bumpers
  • Class Award at the 2001 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
  • Best of Show at the 2003 Celebration of Automobiles at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Best of Show at the 2003 Concours d’Elegance of Texas
  • Best of Show and People’s Choice at the 2014 Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance in Ontario
  • Displayed in the “Art in Automobiles” exhibit at the 2015 Canadian International Auto show in Toronto

1992 Schuppan-Porsche 962CR (Lot R267)


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  • Chassis no. AS 962CR 05/50, the second and final production 962CR
  • Developed by Australian racing legend Vern Schuppan
  • Schuppan won the 1983 24 Hours of Le Mans driving a factory Rothmans 956
  • Developed from the ground-up with the backing of the Japanese Art Sports Corporation (ASC)
  • Designed by Michael Simcoe
  • A limited run of 50 examples were intended to be produced, but due to the Japanese economic collapse in 1992, only seven units were built including a 962LM prototype, two 962LM production cars, two 962CR prototypes and two production 962CRs
  • Upon completion, the plan was to deliver the car to ASC against a contract that stipulated payment in full once the car was delivered
  • ASC refused delivery and the car was sent back to the U.K. where further court proceedings ruled that Schuppan was permitted to sell it to another client
  • Schuppan sold the car to his neighbor who kept the vehicle in his collection for almost 30 years
  • In order to be registered for public roads in the U.K., Group C Ltd. carried out work in 2006 to obtain an SVA certificate
  • Original Vern Schuppan Limited brochure
  • Kidston presentation
  • Certificate of authenticity
  • Declaration of provenance and production history from Vern Schuppan
  • Original U.K. registration document
  • Porsche Club of Great Britain statement letter
  • Original VOSA road legal approval form
  • MOT certificates
  • Miscellaneous invoices
  • Cover car for the May 2024 issue of Octane Magazine
  • Titled as a 1993 model

2005 Porsche Carrera GT (Lot R231)


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  • Odometer reads 2,756 miles
  • 5.7L/605 HP V-10 engine
  • 6-speed manual transmission
  • Seal Gray exterior
  • Carbon fiber removal roof panels
  • Ascot Brown leather seats
  • Developed by Porsche’s motorsports division
  • Much of the design is based on the Le Mans-winning Porsche GT1 racer
  • Racing-style reinforced cockpit safety design
  • Galvanized magnesium center console
  • Bucket XT seats
  • Porsche 917-style birch/ash wood shift lever knob
  • Air conditioning
  • Porsche Online Pro AM/FM/CD radio
  • Pushrod actuated inboard suspension
  • Carbon fiber and aluminum monocoque and subframe
  • Carbon reinforced plastic engine and transmission mounts
  • Porsche ceramic composite clutch
  • Carrera GT fitted luggage set

1963 Shelby 289 Cobra Roadster (Lot R224)


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  • CSX2161
  • This 289 Cobra was cared for and driven by legendary actor Steve McQueen in the mid-to-late 1960s
  • Retains its original body and engine
  • Billed to Shelby American on July 16,1963
  • Shipped to Los Angeles on July 22, 1963 aboard the SS Pacific Fortune
  • Originally invoiced to Wolper Productions in Los Angeles and registered to noted film producer David L. Wolper
  • Wolper is credited with producing such films and documentaries as “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”, “The Thorn Birds”, “Roots” and “L.A. Confidential”
  • Conductor/composer acquired the Cobra from Wolper in 1965 and lent the car to Steve McQueen for slightly more than a year
  • When the car was purchased in late 1967 by Richard A. Mathis, permission was given to McQueen to retain the car for several more months before Mathis took ownership
  • Mathis sold the car two years later to Wayman McCoo, brother of singer Marilyn McCoo and road manager for her group “Fifth Dimension”
  • The car was imported to Switzerland in 2003
  • Around this time, the car was repainted in Black and a driver’s roll bar, 15×6.5 inch FIA Halibrand wheels, a hood scoop and chrome rear quick jacks were installed
  • The car resided in the United Kingdom from 2006-2024
  • MOT test certificates
  • FIVA identity card
  • Copy of U.K. registration certificate
  • U.K homologation paperwork
  • Copies of previous registrations
  • CD of restoration images
  • AC Club owner’s card
  • History listed in the Shelby Registry

1965 Ferrari 275 GTS (Lot R222)

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  • Chassis no. 06809
  • The sixth of 200 produced over a two year span
  • Early production example of Pininfarina’s elegant touring spider
  • Mechanically sorted and restored to its factory color combination in 2022
  • Finished in very rare factory color of Bianco exterior over Nero interior as it was delivered new in 1965
  • Matching numbers engine and gearbox
  • 3.3L Colombo V-12 engine
  • Rated at 260 HP and 217 lb-ft of torque
  • 5-speed manual gearbox
  • Wood-rimmed steering wheel and wood dash insert
  • Factory books and tool roll

1959 BMW 507 Roadster (Lot R221)


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  • Chassis No. 70242
  • Engine No. 40266
  • No. 242 of 252 built
  • Late-production Series II car
  • Aluminum body designed by Count Albrecht Graf von Goertz
  • 3168cc/150 HP all-aluminum OHV V-8 engine
  • Formerly owned by well-known BMW collector, Goetz Pfafflin
  • Pfafflin was a longtime BMW Car Club of America member and the founder of the BMW Vintage and Classic Car Club of America
  • In 1997, BMW Specialist, Brummer of Munich, Germany rebuilt the engine, suspension and brakes
  • Professional restoration including bodywork, paint, upholstery, top and chrome completed by Bruce Kelly’s Lake Country Classics in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2001
  • Phafflin completed the 3,500 mile BMW Vintage Marathon of Europe in 2001
  • Prior to the Rally, Brummer repaired the wiring system
  • Displayed at the 2021 Concours d’Elegance of America
  • Receipts
  • Owner’s manual
  • Historic bill of sale
  • Copy of old title
  • 2021 concours display plate and two additional license plates
  • Three-piece luggage set
  • Tool kit under the hood

2003 Ferrari Enzo (Lot R218)


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  • 1 of 111 imported to the U.S.
  • 1 of 400 Enzos produced
  • 16,847 miles, metric odometer reads 27,113 kilometers
  • Ferrari Classiche certified
  • Classiche Red Book
  • Monocoque chassis
  • 6.0L/651 HP DOHC fuel-injected V-12 engine
  • F1 6-speed automatic gearbox
  • Rosso Corsa DS322 exterior with Pella Nera interior

1930 Packard 734 Speedster Boattail Runabout (Lot R217)

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  • 1 of only 19 known 1930 Packard 734 Speedsters in existence
  • In the care of two prestigious collector owners, William Harrah and General Lyon, for over 50 years
  • Retains its original body, engine, steering box, frame and rear axle
  • Prior Classic Car Club of America National First Prize winner
  • Chassis no. 184088
  • Engine no. 184095
  • Body no. 442-26
  • The firewall data plate states a delivery date of July 7, 1930 by Service and Sales, Inc. in Portland, Oregon to a Mrs. Sealey
  • Acquired by William F. Harrah in 1960 and became part of his illustrious car collection for 26 years
  • Harrah commissioned a restoration in Salmon and Brown that was completed in 1964
  • Acquired from Harrah by General William Lyon for inclusion in his renowned Packard collection
  • Remained in Lyon’s care until 2011
  • Current restoration was completed after Lyon sold the car
  • Featured in Harrah’s Automobile Collection gift shop catalog and in Harrah’s Automobile Collection special edition book by Dean Bachelor
  • Displayed at the 2019 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance and 2022 St. Michaels Concours d’Elegance
  • Featured in the March 1963 issue of Car Life Magazine
  • The document file on this car includes period images of the car with its original body before and after the 1964 restoration as well as registrations issued to Harrah

1969 Dodge Hemi Daytona (Lot R199)


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  • 1 of 22 Hemi Daytona 4-speed models produced in 1969
  • The most highly optioned Hemi Daytona known to exist
  • 1 of 70 Hemi Daytonas produced in 1969
  • Extensive restoration on original sheet metal
  • Original 426 CI Hemi V-8 engine
  • Hemispherical cylinder heads
  • Dual Carter AFB 4-barrel carburetors
  • Factory 4-speed and 4.10 Super Track Pak car
  • Original A833 4-speed manual transmission
  • Refinished in correct F8 Dark Green Metallic with a Black rear wing
  • C6G Green vinyl bucket seat interior
  • Factory P31 power windows
  • 6-way adjustable driver’s seat
  • Power steering
  • Power disc brakes
  • Color matched stamped steel wheels with bright hubcaps bearing the Fratzog logo
  • Redline tires
  • 9.75 Sure Grip rear end
  • N51 Max Cooling Package
  • A01 Light Package
  • Locking gas cap
  • Built at the Hamtramck plant
  • Shipped new to Dodge City, Inc. in Phoenix, Arizona
  • Copy of broadcast sheet
  • Chrysler Registry Report
  • Previously shown at MCACN
  • Extra keys

1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing (Lot R198)


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  • Chassis no. 5500263
  • Purchased by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Foundation in January 1973
  • Meticulous body-off restoration by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum in the late 2000s
  • Final fit, finish and service work completed by Scott Grundfor Co. in Arroyo Grande, California in 2022
  • Displayed in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum Collection periodically from 2015-2020
  • Shown as part of the museum’s Basement Collection when not displayed on the main floor
  • 1 of 1,400 produced between 1954 and 1957
  • U.S. market example shipped from the factory on April 30, 1955
  • Delivered to Mercedes-Benz Distributors of New York
  • The only known example delivered in Mittelgrun over Green and Gray leather
  • Original matching numbers rebuilt 3.0L fuel injected inline 6-cylinder engine
  • Engine block thermal cleaned, bored and honed by Schmidt Automotive Machine Shop of Indianapolis, Indiana in 2007
  • Fuel injection pump rebuilt by Pacific Fuel Injection of San Francisco, California in 2008
  • 4-speed manual transmission
  • Mittlgrun (DB229G) exterior
  • Refinished in Beige leather sourced from Landwerlen Leather Co. of Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Seats, dash pad, transmission tunnel and sills trimmed in leather
  • Green painted dashboard
  • Polished brightwork and refinished chrome accents
  • Powder coated frame by Indy Powder Coating of Speedway, Indiana
  • New rubber suspension components
  • Body color steel wheels with body color and chrome hubcaps
  • Michelin tires with period correct Michelin X spare tire
  • Copy of the factory build sheet
  • Restoration photos and documentation
  • Correspondence between previous owners
  • Service receipts from Scott Grundfor Co.

1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible (Lot R197)


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  • 1 of 14 Hemi Cuda convertibles produced for the 1970 model year
  • 1 of only 9 produced with an automatic transmission
  • 1 of 3 Hemi Cudas built for Canada per Dave Wise Report, copy of Elite Wise Inspection Report included
  • Documented with two broadcast sheets
  • Displayed at the MCACN Mopar E Body Hemi Convertible Invitational
  • Rotisserie restoration completed by Legendary Motorcar in Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada
  • Body stripped to bare metal, components refinished to OEM style
  • Correct style production markings and tags present throughout engine bay and undercarriage
  • Chrome has been triple plated and stainless has been polished
  • Refinished in correct High Impact FY1 Lemon Twist
  • Black convertible top
  • H6T5 Tan interior
  • Bucket seats and center console with woodgrain applique
  • Documented ownership history
  • Restoration photos and paperwork
  • Owner’s manual

1959 Mercedes-Benz 190SL Roadster (Lot R195)


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  • Commissioned new by FA D.B.N.A. Los Angeles on April 13, 1959, later to be imported new to the United States by Daimler-Benz of North America at Rockefeller Center, New York on April 23, 1959
  • Discovered in 2014 after having been parked in a Southern California Garage since 1978
  • Meticulous nut and bolt restoration to concours standards and as-delivered specs by marque expert Lothar Motschenbacher completed in 2016
  • Less than 450 miles since completion
  • Recent extensive mechanical service
  • All original body panels and floors
  • DB40 Black over 1079 Red leather interior
  • Restored DB180 Silver large window hardtop
  • Detailed undercarriage
  • Optioned new with a rare transverse seat behind the passenger seat
  • Featured in January/February 2016 issue of 190SL Enthusiast Magazine, issue included
  • Copies of factory data cards
  • Original California Black plate
  • Correct tools, bags and jack
  • Restoration photos
  • Engine no. 121921199500978
  • Body no. 9500492

1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Lightweight (Lot R177)


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  • 1 of only 200 produced in M471 Lightweight configuration
  • Odometer reads 15,891 kilometers
  • Reduced weight was achieved by using thinner steel for the body panels, thinner glass for the windows, lighter fiberglass bumpers and racing seats
  • Per the Porsche Registry, the car was delivered new to Italy and spent time in Switzerland before coming to the United States
  • Type 911/83 air-cooled 2,687cc/210 HP flat 6-cylinder engine
  • Engine no. 6630573
  • Bosch mechanical fuel injection
  • Type 915 5-speed manual gearbox
  • Gearbox no. 7830552

1969 Ford GT40 Lightweight (Lot R176)


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  • 1 of 10 factory competition lightweights produced, which includes the famed Gulf Team cars
  • The most sophisticated and winningest MkI specification example with its factory Gurney Weslake engine
  • Original body and chassis
  • Rebuilt original 289/440 HP Gurney Weslake engine
  • Rebuilt original ZF 5-speed manual transaxle
  • Restored to original 1969 factory specification
  • Original date-coded Firestone race tires
  • Authenticated by GT40 expert Ronnie Spain
  • Shown at the Quail Motorsports Gathering in 2023

1966 Shelby 427 Cobra Roadster (Lot R122)


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  • CSX3283
  • 1 of only 260 factory-built coil spring street-trim 427 Cobras
  • Dispatched from England in July 1966, billed to Shelby American and finished in Acrylic Green, 1 of only 56 produced in this color
  • Shelby invoice no. 001175 dated October 17, 1966 was billed to Hi-Performance Motors in El Segundo, California
  • Holman Moody-built 427 CI side oiler V-8 engine installed in 1967
  • Comprehensive restoration
  • A replacement 427 block was installed at the time of restoration while retaining the Holman-Moody components
  • Gearbox, suspension and brakes rebuilt at time of restoration
  • Refinished in its original color combination by Colour Restoration in Loveland, Colorado
  • Original conditional sales contract
  • AC Cars Ltd. Heritage Certificate
  • Holmen Moody receipts and engine manual
  • Ownership history listed in the Shelby Registry
  • Restored original top and side curtains

1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster (Lot R121)


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  • Chassis no. 7500563
  • No 526 of 618 300SL Roadsters produced for 1957
  • 1957 was the first year for 300SL Roadster production
  • Previously part of the Rodolfo Junco De La Vega Collection from 1973-2023
  • Comprehensive restoration completed in 2010 to factory-correct specs
  • Displayed at the 2012 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance
  • Original body
  • 2996cc inline 6-cylinder engine
  • Matching numbers gearbox and Super-Leicht 3.89 rear end
  • Factory correct color combination of DB608 Ivory with 1079 Red leather interior and 872 Black convertible top
  • Recent mechanical refresh completed by Bob Smith Coachworks in Gainesville, Texas including new clutch, fuel lines, pilot bearing, water pump, distributor cap, spark plugs and wires, generator, valve cover gasket, transmission and engine mounts and resurfaced flywheel
  • Starter, regulator, brake booster, master cylinder, fuel tank and fuel injection unit have been rebuilt or refurbished
  • Radiator and oil cooler have received new cores
  • Books and manuals
  • Copy of build sheet

1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing (Lot R120)


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  • Very late production example, one of the last Gullwings built
  • 1 of only 1,400 300SL Gullwings produced and 1 of only 70 built for 1957
  • Rudge-style wheels
  • Factory belly pans
  • Fitted luggage
  • Previously restored by Scott Grundfor
  • A more recent restoration and mechanical refurbishment was completed by Canepa Design
  • Solid Red leather seat inserts included
  • Engine no. 1989807500042

1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster (Lot R119.1)


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  • 1 of only 618 Roadsters produced for 1957
  • Original matching numbers 2996cc inline 6-cylinder engine
  • Engine no. 1989807500474
  • 4-speed manual gearbox
  • Engine and transmission rebuilt by Scott Grundfor & Company
  • Refurbished in its original color of DB180 Silver Grey
  • Early production horn ring directional light actuator
  • Tool roll and jack
  • Owner’s manual

1960 Scarab Formula 1 (Lot R108)


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  • America’s first Formula 1 car
  • 1 of 3 Scarab Formula 1 cars produced for the 1960 Formula 1 season
  • The founder of Scarab was Lance Reventlow, who was the son of Barbara Hutton, the heir to the FW Woolworth fortune
  • Chuck Daigh finished 10th in this car at the 1960 U.S. Grand Prix in Riverside, California
  • Raced by Lance Reventlow
  • Driven in practice for the Monaco Grand Prix by Stirling Moss
  • Later driven by Richie Ginther
  • Comprehensive multi-year restoration by original Scarab engineer Dick Troutman and driver Chuck Daigh
  • Reventlow Automobiles Inc., the parent company of Scarab, comprised some of the top engineers in Southern California, including Dick Troutman, Tom Barnes, Jim Travers, Frank Coon and Phil Remington as well as pinstripe master Von Dutch.
  • After a Scarab sports car won the 1958 SCCA Championship with Chuck Daigh, Lance Reventlow put together a team to build a car and compete in Formula 1
  • Leo Goosen of Offenhauser fame was employed to develop a purpose-built racing engine, which he laid on its side to reduce the center of gravity
  • The engine utilized Hilborn fuel injection through a twin-cam cylinder head with desmodromic valves
  • Driven by Brian Redman at the 2001 Goodwood Festival of Speed
  • Shown at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance
  • Formerly displayed at the Riverside International Automotive Museum
  • Eligible to run in the Historic Grand Prix of Monaco, which typically takes place two weeks prior to the Monaco Grand Prix
  • 2443cc DOHC Inline 4-cylinder engine
  • Hilborn fuel injection
  • 4-speed manual transmission
  • Sold on a Bill of Sale

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