EVALUATION : Competition restoration | Neat racing history, once as a works-backed entry at Sebring 1962 and with Luigi Chinetti’s North American Racing Team (NART) at Sebring the following year, where it finished fourth in class. Currently presented in its NART colors. Good older repaint with no huge chips or scrapes from its time on the track. Tidy and lightly run underneath. Slightly uneven door fit. Needs nothing, but not so shiny that you wouldn’t want to take it racing.
BOTTOM LINE : Though it didn’t have any major wins, this is a significant Alpine racing car with elegant Harrington fiberglass roof and instantly recognizable NART livery. Much of its value is tied to those Sebring appearances. RM Sotheby’s sold it in London in 2016 for £109,200 (about $145,700 at the time), and it surpassed expectations here, selling for well over its $160,000 high estimate.