THIS year’s Amelia car auction will feature iconic pre-war sports cars including a 1968 Porsche 907 K that won the highly-coveted Targa Florio race.
The 2022 Amelia Auction sold a jaw-dropping $125million worth of vehicles.
Here’s your look inside the famous bidding event’s key listings that will be showcased at the classic beachfront Omni Amelia Island Resort in Florida on March 2 and 3.
1924 Vauxhall 30-98
Vauxhall’s 1924 30-98 will be the oldest vehicle featured by Broad Arrow Auctions at Amelia this year.
The car is one of 313 original equipment 30-98 models and contains a 112-horsepower engine.
Vauxhall’s 30-98 was also the first sports car to reach 100mph.
Broad Arrow Auctions has listed the estimated value of Amelia’s 30-98 as between $500,000 and $600,000.
1956 Jaguar XK140 MC Drop Head Coupe
Amelia will feature the rarest Jaguar XK140 variant ever at Amelia in March.
This XK140 is the most sought-after XK140 variant since it contains a C-Type-style cylinder head and larger carburetors delivering a solid 210-horsepower rating.
The C-Type-style engine configuration was marketed in America as an MC model and SE in other markets.
Jaguar’s XK140 hitting Broad Arrow Auctions’ Amelia stage is estimated to be worth between $150,000 and $180,000.
1957 Chevrolet Corvette
A fuel-injected 1957 Chevrolet Corvette will appear at Amelia with an estimated value of between $120,000 and $140,000.
This Corvette has only clocked 29,651 miles and delivers 250 maximum horsepower through a sporty 283 cu-in V8 engine.
1968 Porsche 907 K
Broad Arrow Auctions allows motorists to own a piece of racing history with their 1968 Porsche 907 K listing.
This Porsche won the highly-coveted Targa Florio race in 1968 with Vic Elford at the helm.
The car uses a 2.2-liter air-cooled 270 hp flat-eight engine and carries an estimated worth of between $4.5million and $5.5million.
1970 Austin Mini Cooper police car
Police cars are different worldwide — and Amelia’s Austin Mini Cooper listing shows how Liverpool, England’s, police traveled in 1970.
This auction’s Austin Mini Cooper is one of just eight surviving examples from Liverpool Police cars during 1970.
Broad Arrow Auctions lists the police vehicle’s value at between $40,000 and $50,000.
2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Another rare slice of race history featured at Amelia 2023 is NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon’s Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
The vehicle raced at the famous Daytona International Speedway in Florida and delivers 830 horsepower.
Gordon’s car is valued between $150,000 and $200,000.
2015 McLaren P1
The second to last of just 375 McLaren P1 models produced is heading to Amelia with a value estimated between $1.8million and $2.1million.
The supercar features over $400,000 in carefully curated additions and has been displayed in various Petersen Museum exhibits.