Scottsdale 2020: All the numbers

Scottsdale 2020: All the numbers 18th January 2020

The results are in. As usual, we’ve crunched the numbers to give you the figures by auction house, the Top 10 and comparisons with 2019.

You can download a list of results for all three days, sorted by make and model.

Combined figures, Bonhams, Gooding and RM 2020 (2019)

Gross: $74,121,930 ($101,291,210)
Number of cars not sold: 52 (55)
Number of cars withdrawn: 6 (6)
Total number of cars: 394 (399)
Percentage cars sold by number: 87% (86%)
Percentage by value average low/high estimate: 51% (51%)
Percentage of cars met or sold below low estimate: 74% (73%)
Percentage of cars sold below avge of estimates: 86% (87%)
Percentage of cars sold met/exceeded top estimate: 8% (6%)
Average value of cars sold: $216,731 ($294,451)
Average year of cars offered: 1968 (1968)
Percentage of cars offered at No Reserve: 70% (63%)

Bonhams 16 January 2020 (2019)

Gross: $8,349,720 ($16,015,560)
Number of cars not sold: 21 (13)
Number of cars withdrawn: 2 (0)
Total number of cars: 110 (120)
Number sold: 89 (107)
Percentage cars sold by number: 81% (89%)
Percentage by value average low/high estimate: 24% (46%)
Percentage of cars met or sold below low estimate: 76% (76%)
Percentage of cars sold below avge of estimates: 88% (88%)
Percentage of cars sold met/exceeded top estimate: 4% (5%)
Average value of cars sold: $75,907 ($133,463)
Average year of cars offered: 1963 (1968)
Percentage of cars offered at No Reserve: 68% (80%)

RM Sotheby’s 16-17 January 2020 (2019)

Gross: $30,098,130 ($37,137,570)
Number of cars not sold: 15 (23)
Number of cars withdrawn: 2 (5)
Total number of cars: 143 (155)
Number sold: 128 (132)
Percentage cars sold by number: 90% (85%)
Percentage by value average low/high estimate: 56% (43%)
Percentage of cars met or sold below low estimate: 77% (66%)
Percentage of cars sold below avge of estimates: 91% (81%)
Percentage of cars sold met/exceeded top estimate: 7% (11%)
Average value of cars sold: $235,142 ($281,345)
Average year of cars offered: 1968 (1967)
Percentage of cars offered at No Reserve: 73% (60%)

Gooding & Co 17-18 January 2020 (2019)

Gross: $35,482,000 ($48,138,080)
Number of cars not sold: 16 (19)
Number of cars withdrawn: 2 (1)
Total number of cars: 138 (124)
Number sold: 122 (105)
Percentage cars sold by number: 88% (85%)
Percentage by value average low/high estimate: 64% (62%)
Percentage of cars met or sold below low estimate: 70% (79%)
Percentage of cars sold below avge of estimates: 82% (93%)
Percentage of cars sold met/exceeded top estimate: 11% (1%)
Average value of cars sold: $290,836 ($458,458)
Average year of cars offered: 1972 (1969)
Percentage of cars offered at No Reserve: 69% (52%)

Top 10 cars at Scottsdale 2020 by value

1. Gooding 1995 Ferrari F50 $3,222,500
2. Gooding 1932 Hispano-Suiza J12 Dual Cowl Phaeton $2,425,000
3. RM 2018 Pagani Huayra Roadster $2,370,000
4. Gooding 1948 Tucker 48 $2,040,000
5. Gooding 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS $1,985,000
6. Bonhams 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Cabriolet by Vignale $1,930,000
7. Gooding 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 ‘Daytona’ Spider $1,930,000
8. RM 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS $1,710,000
9. Gooding 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet $1,462,500
10. RM 1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV $1,391,000

With special thanks to Harley IV and Hardy of Hammer Price

Photos by K500