$7 Million Ferrari & More in Scottsdale Sale
On Saturday, Gooding & Company is staging an impressive auction of classic and collectible cars in Scottsdale, Arizona, headlined by an extremely rare and original covered headlight 1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider that could fetch up to $7 million. The car comes from the recently uncovered Van Kregten Collection (above) of more than 20 highly-prized vehicles. Ron Van Kregten, a gas station attendant who founded a very successful automotive trade school for mechanics, started collecting the cars in the early '70s. His 250 GT California Spider is one of only 54 short wheelbase examples ever built and is in pristine original condition. It's one of several Ferraris in the sale, including a 1963 250GT Lusso, est. at $700,000 - $850,000, and a 1966 275 GTS, est. at $400,000 - $500,000.
Gallery: Gooding & Co. Scottsdale Jan.