On Friday, Gooding & Co. will host their annual sale during the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance weekend. Today we take a look at three of our favourite lots in the sale.
First up in this lovely Porsche 934, which was raced with great success in the German DRM series by the Kannacher GT Racing team and Kremer Racing. It was later also campaigned at Le Mans. Never modified to later 934/5 or 935 specification, the beautifully restored machine has had just two owners since 1982.
Offered by its original owner, this Lamborghini Centenario Roadster is still virtually factory fresh. It is finished in a striking two-tone blue and features a lot of exposed carbon-fibre bits both inside and out.
A strong contender to become the most expensive car sold during the weekend is this fabulous Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder. Equipped with covered headlights and offered with a hard-top, this Ferrari Classiche certified example ticks all the right boxes. Chassis 0937GT is estimated to sell for $9-11 million.
Austrian company KTM have revealed the first details of the X-Bow GTX. Fitted with a 600bhp version of Audi's familiar five-cylinder engine, it looks set to be the fastest X-Bow yet. The GTX is also eligible to run in the new GT2 series of mildly modified, high-performance production cars.

Enjoy the links:

1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder (0937GT)

2020 KTM X-Bow GTX

2017 Lamborghini Centenario Roadster (ZHWUZ5ZD3HLA06826)

1976 Porsche 934 (930 670 0151)