Evaluation: Represented as the matching numbers engine. Very good unblemished paint, interior, and chrome. The underbody has been restored like new and is only a little dusty from storage. An older restoration, it’s aged hardly at all and is exceptional.
Bottom Line: Sold by Bonhams at Greenwich in 2018 for $101,920, then at Auburn Fall in 2019 for $100,100. The odometer has added only 25 miles since 2018. The car is still spectacular but the absence of any significant use implies some maintenance needs before it is driven. That didn’t deter the bidders today, who pursued it from a $95,000 opening bid online, on the phone and live to this result. It is expensive for a 3.4 litre, non-S example.