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Thread: Porsche RSR turbo 2.1 at Gooding Amelia Island sale

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    Porsche RSR turbo 2.1 at Gooding Amelia Island sale

    Seems that the Martini livery RSR Turbo failed to sale?

    Wonder what happened? Too expensive or issues with the carís pedigree?

    Just saw that it made the cover of Octane magazine, and could not find it in the saleís results.

    Milou / Registry #884

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    I was there and it bid to $5,400,000.00 USD, and yes, a 'no sale'. I believe the pre-auction estimate range was $6-8M

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    Thanks mac73s,

    The article in Octane showed what looked like a superb and rare RSR (except for photos of blinker stalks (?)on the steering column that seemed more recent?).

    If the car is what it seems to be, it's a shame the vendor pushed the estimate to the point of discouraging potential bidders. It's a very important racing car and deserved to do better that return to its owner.....

    Wonder why this car hasn't been discussed here....

    Milou / Registry #884

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