1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, $2,530,000
Of the Amelia Island auctions this year, Gooding & Company boasted the strongest results, leading the way with $35,937,250 in sales and a 95 percent sell-through rate at its 87-vehicle auction. Some 14 of those cars sold for more than $1 million, including Gooding’s top seller, a barn-find 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB. The 275 was of the long-nose, torque-tube type and had been stored in a garage, untouched since 1991. This car sold for slightly above its low presale estimate, demonstrating that barn-find patina and new-to-market cars still drive strong sales.