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Shelby Cobra超級跑車首次刷新RM Sotheby’s蘇富比美國紀錄
Shelby Cobra CSX 2000 在前幾個週末的RM Sotheby’s蘇富比拍賣會上首次創下一個新歷史。以一億六百多萬元港幣(一千三百七十五萬美元)售出,創新美國汽車新紀錄。

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1971 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE 3.5 Cabriolet
230 hp, 3,499 cc overhead-valve V-8 engine with Bosch electronic fuel injection, four-speed automatic transmission, independent front suspension with unequal length control arms and anti-sway bar, independent rear suspension with a low-pivot swing axle and trailing arms, and four-wheel power hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 108.3 in.\n\nA beautifully presented low-mileage example\nMatching numbers and believed original throughout\nPowered by the most desirable 3.5-liter V-8 engine\n\nIn 1959, Mercedes-Benz broke with tradition by introducing the angular heckflosse, or finback, sedan on the W111/W112 chassis—itself revolutionary, as it had the first-ever crumple zones and roll-over integrity to protect the occupants from injury in the event of collisions—to replace the bulbous “ponton” built on the W128 chassis.\n\nTwo years later, following the end of production for the stately W128 chassis 220 SE coupes and cabriolets, the Mercedes designers introduced two-door coupe and cabriolet models aimed at the prestige buyer. These were built on the same W111 chassis, but the styling was changed, with the rear fenders rounded off more gracefully than was the case with the sedans. The company would continue to build these lovely personal luxury cars for 10 years, with little additional change in styling.\n\nEngines did change over the years. Across the W111 lineup, in both four-door and two-door models, Mercedes-Benz initially used the venerable overhead-cam straight-six in several sizes, all the way up to 2,996 cubic centimeters, and the cars’ nomenclatures were 250 S, 250 SE, and 300 SE, depending on the engine. A 2,778-cubic centimeter M13 engine in 1967 gave rise to 280 S and 280 SE model designations.\n\nBy 1969, although production of the finback sedans was finally ending, having been supplanted by the new W108/109 chassis models several years earlier, the decision was made to continue producing the coupes and cabriolets on the W111 chassis, but with a V-8 engine to keep pace with competitors in the U.S. luxury market. A 3.5-liter powerplant, designated M116, was developed using a cast-iron block for rigidity, economy, and better sound damping, and it featured cross-flow wedge cylinder heads with rocker-operated valves, which were driven by a single overhead camshaft per bank. The cams were chain-driven for a long life. Bosch transistorized the ignition, and electronic fuel injection was utilized. AutoCar, the British magazine, called it “a copybook example of how experience plus careful design can create a simple-to-make high-output engine of considerable refinement.” American buyers just called it fast and fun.\n\nIn Mercedes’ sometimes confusing model nomenclature, which is usually but not always based on engine capacity, the new model was designated 280 SE 3.5, to distinguish it from its six-cylinder counterpart. Production of the model began in August 1969 and continued through to July 1971. In 24 months, total production was 3,270 coupes and 1,232 cabriolets, making these not only one of the fastest and most interesting Mercedes of their era but also one of the rarest and most expensive.\n\nThe example offered here is a beautifully presented and believed-to-be a low mileage, original automobile with only two owners from new prior to being purchased by the consignor. Most notably, the previous owner had enjoyed and maintained the car since 1980. The drivetrain remains as when it left the factory, while the exterior is finished in the original Mercedes-Benz Navy Blue. Only the blue fabric on the cabriolet top has been recently replaced to match the original.\n\nThe odometer, showing just below 57,000 miles, is surrounded by the beautiful leather and wood of the dashboard. Red leather also surrounds the driver and passengers on the seats, door panels, and center console, in striking contrast with the blue exterior. The Becker AM/FM stereo, the Behr factory air conditioning, the electric window controls, and the gated shifter for the four-speed automatic transmission are centered with the dashboard. The premium carpeting surrounding the console is original and shows some fading consummate with its age. No other blemishes are observable in the interior, but the extraordinarily high level of hand craftsmanship is visible everywhere. This exceptionally original Cabriolet is also provided with the tool kit, factory build card, and booklets that were delivered with the car when new.\n\nThe consignor describes this 280 SE 3.5 as being in fine mechanical condition and running like new. It will surely be enjoyed for many more years in the hands of its new owner.\n\nChassis no. 111.027.12.001202 RM Sotheby's
Automotive Lifestyle Accessories
Lot includes two Franklin Mint collector knives, spark plug bar tools, a Cadillac corkscrew and wine toppers in a solid wood box, badges, pins, and an assortment of pewter and brass belt buckles. RM Sotheby's
1899 Pierce Arrow Tandem Bicycle
ID # 61950\nThis handsome tandem bicycle has a maroon frame with nickel trim, caramel-colored leather seats, and cork handlebar grips. The bicycle benefits from a high quality older restoration and is in remarkable condition considering it is more than a century old, and comes with a convenient rear axle stand to assist in its display. RM Sotheby's
1983 Buick Riviera Convertible
Please note this car has original 53,438 miles!!\n\nFinished in white, this Riviera is powered by a 350 cu. in. V8 engine and shows 53,410 actual miles. It was sold new in Florida and remained there until March of this year. All mechanicals have been serviced and refreshed. A new convertible top has been added, along with new tires and a new paint finish. As expected, the Riviera features many options, including A/C, power brakes, power door locks, power seats, power steering, power windows and a power operated top.\n\nPlease note this car has original 53,438 miles!!\n\nChassis no. 1G4AZ67Y4DE417389 RM Sotheby's
Sinclair Can Collectables
OUR GASOLINES LOCALIZED FOR BETTER MILEAGE\nMetal; 42"x24".\nComplete with bracket. Surface is virtually flawless. Image area contains no notable imperfections. Edges and mounting holes pristine. RM Grade: 9\n\nSINCLAIR PETROLIANA\nAn assortment of Sinclair petroliana accessories, including:\n• Grease drum\n• Multi-purpose grease\n• Engine purge\n• Anti-freeze canister\n• Lighter fluid\n• Power lube\n• Upper lubricant\n• Chrome brite\n• Household oil\n• Cup grease\n• Insect spray\n\nShipping Class:\n10 RM Sotheby's

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