Gooding & Company only holds three auctions per year (Scottsdale, Amelia Island and Pebble Beach), but they make them count. Of the five auction companies in Amelia and of the over $130 million in total sales in Amelia this year, Gooding was by far the most successful with $60,161,950 in total sales, well over twice the $27 million they achieved last year. With no less than 15 sales over $1 million, the auction had an average sale price of $872,000 and 69 of 79 lots sold for a sell-through rate of 87 percent. To give some historical perspective, it’s worth noting that in 2011 Gooding & Company sold 70 cars in Amelia Island for $17.9 million.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2016/03/16/auction-recap-gooding-amelia-island-2016