MORE THAN $108 MILLION, 92% SOLD, AND MULTIPLE
WORLD AUCTION RECORDS SET AS BONHAMS' TWO-DAY
QUAIL LODGE SALE MAKES HISTORY
Bonhams' highly anticipated Quail Lodge auction saw many world records set for Maserati, Mini, Napier, Rolls-Royce, Speedwell and, most famously, Ferrari.
With 117 cars on offer and a 92% sell-through rate, the two-day auction, which many were dubbing the "sale of the year", brought a total sales figure of $108,000,000 (£64,578,327 or €80,628,104).
After Thursday night's exciting, record-making sale of the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, which made history when it achieved over $38-million, making it the most valuable car to ever be sold at auction, Bonhams went on to set several more records.
For a complete list of sales results, visit bonhams.com/quail.