Online auctions have come into their own in the past couple of months as the COVID-19 pandemic closed down auction venues you could attend in person. But auctions have still very much been “live” and none more so than RM Sotheby’s “Driving into Summer” sale which saw the hammer finally fall on 29th May.
Lots of cars didn’t sell but many did including a brace of Ferraris. Top lot and new online record holder was a 2003 Ferrari Enzo which sold for US $2,640,000 – or around £2,116,500 – including the fees. Close behind was a 1985 288 GTO, the 130th of 272 cars produced, which sold for $2,310,000.