Exceptional Motorcars and Automobilia featuring the


Exceptional Motorcars and Automobilia featuring the
Exceptional Motorcars
and Automobilia featuring
the Sidney H. Craig Collection
and property from the
Reggie Jackson Collection
Friday August 14, 2009
Quail Lodge
Carmel, California
Automobilia, 10am
Motorcars, 1pm
Mark Osborne
+1 415 391 4000
[email protected]
August 12-13
Rupert Banner
+1 212 461 6515
[email protected]
Cover: The ex-Evel Knievel
1973 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 ’Daytona Spyder’
Chassis no.16835
From the Reggie Jackson Collection
© 2009 Bonhams & Butterfields Auctioneers Corp.
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Illustrated Catalog: $80
Exceptional Motorcars and Automobilia
featuring the Sidney H. Craig Collection
and property from the Reggie Jackson Collection
Catalogs now available
The ex-Evel Knievel
1973 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 ’Daytona Spyder’
Chassis no.16835
1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO ZL1 Coupe
Bonhams & Butterfields
presents property
from the Reggie Jackson
Reggie Jackson’s life-long passion for fine
automobiles is expressed in the form of Thirties
American Classics, such as the V16 Cadillac and
Packard Model 733 Roadster right through to the
muscle power era of the Sixties with Corvettes,
Camaros and a Mustang GT500. These are matched
by their European equivalents as Reggie parts
with not only his Ferrari Daytona, but an ultra rare
Spyder version as well.
1965 Pontiac LeMans GTO Hardtop
Ex-Georges Grignard, Ecurie Belgique
1948 Talbot-Lago Type 26C Grand Prix Single Seater
Chassis no. 110006
Offered without reserve
1956 Lotus Eleven Series I Le Mans
“A well-known historic racer, nicely restored from a very original
‘56 example”. Vic Thomas, Eleven registrar 6/26/09
Ex-L&M Carl Haas / Jackie Stewart Team
1971 Lola-Chevrolet T260 CanAm Racing Spider
Chassis no. T260-HU2
Works car No. 1 for Jack Brabham
1961 Cooper-Climax T55 ‘Slimline’ Formula I and Tasman
Racing single-seater
Chassis no. F1-10-61 Photo Credit: The GP Library
Bonhams & Butterfields is delighted to present the
Sidney H. Craig Collection, offered without reserve
Sid and Jenny Craig assembled a small
but select collection of automobiles mostly
associated with celebrities.
These fifteen automobiles combine
provenance, beauty, careful maintenance
and elegant presentation that parallel the
Craigs’ appreciation of thoroughbred horses.
1 Left: The ex-Tom Mix
1937 Cord 812 Supercharged Phaeton
Right: Formerly owned by cinema cowboy
William Boyd, the legendary ‘Hopalong Cassidy’
1933 Duesenberg Model J Torpedo Victoria
by Rollston
2 The ex-Frank Sinatra
1958 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham
3 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing
4 1955 Flajole Forerunner
The ex-works, Hans Stuck, Rudolph Hasse, French and Eifel Rennen Grand Prix
1939 Auto Union D Type V12 3-liter Grand Prix Racing car
Chassis no. 19
The Auto Union ‘19’ returns to Reims, May 2009.
Photo Credit: Charlie Magee
The ex-Peter Gregg/Brumos Racing, Jim Busby
- Beverly Porsche and Audi
1975 Porsche RSR
The penultimate Porsche factory RSR - multiple 1st place finisher
in Busby’s hands. Correct, well documented, sorted and track ready.
1962 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster
A benchmark example of the definitive SL, featuring Dunlop
disc brakes, an alloy engine block and rarely seen hardtop.
One of only 36 built, ex Villa d’Este winner
1955 Alfa Romeo 1900C Super Sprint Competition Berlinetta
by Zagato. Chassis no. AR1900C02056
1949 Jaguar XK120 ‘Alloy’ Open Two Seater
Chassis no. 670054 is presented in well-preserved original
condition, and is quite possibly the last example of these
hand-made examples to remain unrestored.
Ex-Works, Mille Miglia raced by A.Tullini/L.Rossi
1952 SIATA 208 CS Berlinetta
Chassis no. 052
1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series I Coupe Aerodinamico
Chassis no. 3221SA
One of 50 original ‘Blower’ Bentleys
1930 Bentley 4½-Liter Supercharged Tourer
c.1902 Worth 4 Seater Surrey
1 Ex-Brundage Motors Inc. (Brumos Porsche)
1954 12-hours of Sebring
1953 Porsche Typ 540 Sport Roadster By Heuer
Chassis no. 12371
Referred to as the America Roadster, this oneof-a-kind example, Heuer number K9/1, was the
last sport roadster made by the company and
represents a pivotal piece of Porsche history.
2 1973 Porsche 911RS Touring
From the Estate of John H. Sweeney
3 1964 Porsche 356C Convertible
The 1948 London Motor Show,
Earls Court Exhibition
1948 Daimler DE-36 ‘Green Goddess’
Chassis no. 51233
Bodied by Hooper and offered at a cost of over
£7,000 it was the most expensive – and impressive
– car at Earls Court in ‘48. No. 51233 is the original
Green Goddess and remains today, arguably, the
most important post-war Daimler extant. Offered
for restoration, without reserve.
Villa d’Este Concours d’Elegance prize-winning
1937 Bugatti Type 57SC Sports Coupe by Gangloff
Chassis no. 57.532
Photo Credit: David de Jong
1938 Peugeot 402 Darl’mat Roadster
Chassis no. 705516
Breathtaking design by Emile Darl’mat and aero-design genius Georges Paulin.
1952 Ferrari 212 Coupe by Carrozzeria Vignale
Chassis no. 0197EL
1954 Kurtis 500M
Chassis no. MKK46
One of 57 cars produced, only 3 in Taïga green
1975 BMW 3.0CSL ‘Batmobile’ Taïga Coupe
1963 Aston Martin DB4 Series 5 Vantage GT