Consigned to the upcoming RM Sotheby's Monterey sale are a pair of interesting former works cars. Due to cross the block is this AC Shelby Cobra, which is one of three examples built to the so-called Sebring specifications, which included the 289 V8 and rack-and-pinion steering. It was raced by Bob Bondurant and Ken Miles with considerable success for Shelby American. Since 1968, the ex-works Cobra has had just two owners. It is now estimated to sell for $3.75 - $4.25 million.
Also consigned is this Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza, which is offered from the estate of historic racer Peter Giddings. It is based on the car that won the 1932 Mille Miglia and was later crashed. The car was not rebuilt until the late 1980s and chassis 2111037 has since been regularly shown and raced by its successive owners.
Following the highly acclaimed Coupe, McLaren have now revealed the 765LT Spider. The latest addition to the 'Long Tail' line-up, it is lighter, more powerful and aerodynamically more advanced than the 720S that it has been based on. The 765LT Spider is limited to just 765 examples and the allotment for 2021 has already been sold out.

Enjoy the links:

1963 AC Shelby Cobra Works Sebring (CSX2129)

1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza (2111037)

2021 McLaren 765LT Spider