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Almost a cool $32 million changed hands during RM's Monterey auction, a touch under the auction company's projections, but with a 91% sales rate, it can hardly be called a bust, either. The bigwigs broke out the billfolds for some hot bidder-on-bidder action, running up values for Talbot-Lagos ($3,685,000), GT40 prototypes ($2,502,500) and 1970 Ferrari 512 S's ($1,947,000). For a tad over $860k you could've walked off with a non-track-worth Porsche 1917 Can-Am racer. Okay. We're stopping now. All of this writing about numbers with too many zeroes is seriously depressing us.

RM at Monterey 19/20th August 2005 - Review [Classic Driver]

Hey, Hey LBJ! They're Selling Your Car in Monterey! [Internal]