Don Davis Collection Brings in $21M

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RM's sale of the Don Davis Collection highlighted by five million-dollar classics.

RM Auctions has completed its seminal sale of the Don Davis Collection, achieving some landmark auction results of some beautiful classic automobiles. The highlight of the sale was a rare 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS, which sold for over $1.9 million and set a new record for that particular model. But the 330 wasn’t the only seven-figure lot sold in the auction. A 1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Spider sold for a whopping $1.65 million, and a 1967 Toyota 2000 GT sold for $1.15 million, which also set a record for the classic Japanese sportscar.

Other highlights included a Porsche 959 ($770k), a ’65 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud ($577k) and a ’65 Lamborghini 350 GT ($550k). A ’55 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing sold for $1.2 million and a ’65 Shelby 289 Cobra sold for just over a million as well. All told, five cars broke the million-dollar mark, helping RM bring in a massive $21.2 million in sales. (Photos by Eugene Robertson, Courtesy of RM Auctions.)

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