Gooding & Company finished its annual two-day sale on Aug. 16 to round out Monterey Car Week at Pebble Beach with more than $128 million in total sales, making it the company’s largest ever two-day auction. Of 129 lots offered, 115 of them sold – an 89 percent sell-through rate – and the average sale price was an incredible $1,113,896. Three vehicles sold for more than $10 million, two of them for more than $15 million, and a total of 26 cars brought million-plus final prices. That is a sizable jump over last year, when the Gooding Pebble Beach sale (also headlined by a Ferrari California Spider) achieved $106 million in total sales, an 88.4 percent sell-through rate, and a total of 23 cars brought a final price of over a million dollars.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/Articles/2015/08/18/Auction-Recap-Gooding-Pebble-Beach-2015