Californian auctioneer Gooding & Co. announced the first consignments of the upcoming Pebble Beach Auctions. It will be the first in person Gooding auction of the year and judging by the early consignments, it will be a sale to watch.
Among the headliners are a pair of Ferraris from the same Southern California collection. These included this 400 Superamerica S2 Pininfarina Aerodinamico, which was originally shown at the 1963 New York Auto Show. Having had just two owners since 1986, it was fully restored in 2004 and subsequently shown at a select number of events. Rarely seen since the early 2010s, chassis 4251SA has a pre-sale estimate of $2.2 - $2.6 million.
The second Ferrari from the same long-term custodian is this 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet. Finished in a fabulous gold with a beige leather interior, it was originally displayed at the 1958 Earls Court Motor Show. Like the Superamerica, chassis 1075GT was carefully restored by Wayne Obry's Motion Products with class wins at Pebble and Villa d'Este as the result. Gooding estimate that it should sell for $4.5 - $5.5 million.
Another stunning machine available during the two-day sale in August is this Siata 208 CS Balbo Coupe. This rare Fiat 8V engined sports car was originally delivered to Italy but spent most of its life in the United States. The one exception was a spell in the German Rosso Bianco collection. It was completely restored in recent years before being shown at Pebble Beach in 2017.

Enjoy the links:

1963 Ferrari 400 Superamerica S2 Pininfarina Aerodinamico (4251SA)

1958 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet (1075GT)

1953 Siata 208 CS Balbo Coupe (CS072)