Last week, we already had a first look at the unique Ferrari 250 GT SWB Bertone Berlinetta due to cross the block at Gooding this weekend. For us the one-off show car was one of the cars we looked forward to most and yesterday we had an opportunity to examine the Bertone Berlinetta more closely. The result is this expanded 23-shot gallery of the Ferrari inside the Gooding marquee.
Another star lot on offer at Gooding is this Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Sport Sedan. One of only three known survivors, it is the production version of the headline-grabbing Packard show car displayed at the Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago. Built to order, these cars were finished by Dietrich under the 'Individual Custom' program, which represented the range-topping Packard models. The featured Twelve boasts the typical V-shape windshield, a chrome radiator and a polished belt moulding. Considered as one of the most elegant closed Packards, this car was owned by legendary collectors like J.B. Nethercutt, William H. Harrah and Lee Herrington. The Sport Sedan is estimated to change hands for $2-3 million.

Enjoy the links:

1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Bertone Berlinetta - Images, Specifications and Information

1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Sport Sedan - Images, Specifications and Information