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The top 7 sales from the 2020 Monterey Online auctions

Monterey Car Week didn’t go off this year with its usual fanfare, but virtual events and online auctions kept the Pebble Beach flame alive. Moreover, these digital-only auctions performed better than expected. Ten cars sold for $1.5 million or more through RM Sotheby’s, Bonhams, and Gooding & Co. A Ferrari race car even set an online record.

 

The potential No. 1 seller, a 1934 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Cabriolet Décapotable on offer from Bonhams, entered the weekend with a pre-auction estimate of $6.5M–$7.5M, but it ended up a no-sale with a final bid of $4.6M.

 

Below are the top seven sales by final sale price, ranked from lowest to highest. Fans of Italian metal, strap in. Read all about the results on Hagerty.com:

 

https://www.hagerty.com/media/auctions/the-top-7-sales-from-the-2020-monterey-online-auctions/

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I must not run with the right people.I know a lot of people,but,I don't know anybody that can pay 4.29 milliom for any car. 

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