Gooding & Company held its third annual sale at Amelia Island, Florida, March 9, 2012, and "Porsche” was the name on everyone’s mind. Courtesy of $17.7m in sales of the Porsche-centric Drendel Family Collection, Gooding posted $36m in total sales, with 70 of 77 automotive lots selling. Additionally, the sale had 10 million-dollar cars (6 of which came from the aforementioned collection) and set 11 world records. This year’s total was its best Amelia effort to date, as the company’s 2011 sale earned $17.9m (just above what the 17 Drendel lots tallied), and its initial Amelia auction garnered $19m in sales.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/Articles/2012/03/23/Gooding-Amelia-Island-results