Are you looking for gifts for your motorhead friend? Looking for Father’s Day gifts? Or wanting to simply reward yourself? Gooding & Company has your back with the Geared Online Spring Automobilia auction sale which is scheduled to run until April 8, 2022, 9am PDT.

The Geared Online auction has some exciting selection on offer and a lot of them are offered without reserve. It is a great selection of automotive history for different kinds of collectors.

Located at the company’s Southern California facility, it is a great chance for interested bidders to go on an on-site visit to check out the items. Specialists are also welcome to check out the lost on behalf of their clients.

This sale has apparel which includes leather motorcycle jackets and vintage team jackets. They also have motoring books and literature, as well as tools and children’s toys.

Some of the featured items are as follows:


Lewis Leathers Motorcycle Jacket

pparel/Accessories:

• Ascot Park Jacket (Lot 256, Estimate: $50 – $75): Satin jacket with the embroidered logo of the famous Ascot Park Speedway in Gardena, California.
Club Team Lotus Jacket (Lot 124, Estimate: $50 – $75): A nylon jacket carrying Club Team Lotus and Camel sponsorship embroidery.
Four Pieces of Ferrari Testarossa Luggage by Schedoni with Hang Tags, c. late 1980s (Lot 58, Estimate: $3,000 – $4,000): Luggage appears unused, retaining cardboard shipping inserts. Accompanied by cotton slip covers and keys in matching Schedoni case.
Lewis Leathers Motorcycle Jacket (Lot 212, Estimate: $800 – $1,200): Dark blue leather with red quilted lining. Made in England.
Belmo Design Leather Motorcycle Jacket (Lot 115, Estimate: $500 – $1,000): Red and white leather, size 50 Europe. Made in Germany.
Chapal X Phoenix Project Elvis Presley Million Dollar Quartet Bomber Jacket by J.B. Zaugg, No. 26 of 30 (Lot 301, Estimate: $1,500 – $2,500): Bomber jacket by J.B. Zaugg, no. 26 of 30, dated 2014, gray suede with dark red satin lining, size XS. Made in France.
Kushitani Motorcycle Leather Equipment Bag (Lot 117, Estimate: $400 – $800): Features Lucky Strike livery and “MB” monogram.
Lewis Leathers Motorcycle Jacket #2 (Lot 215, Estimate: $750 – $1,250): Dark blue leather. Made in England.


Books on Maserati

Books/Literature:

• One Formula: Fifty Years of Car Design by Gordon Murray, No. 7 of 25 (Lot 122, Estimate: $2,000 – $4,000): A two-volume collaboration between Gordon Murray and Philip Porter. These remarkable books cover every design Murray created during his 50-year career – from Formula 1 to the McLaren F1 to more recent groundbreaking motor vehicles of all types. These unique books are specially hand-bound in SenZo material, beautifully presented in a Suedel-lined solander box with recycled carbon fibre panel inset in the lid. Each set contains a hand-bound large portfolio and an exclusive original signed sketch by Gordon Murray.

Included within are two Gordon Murray blueprints and an explanatory page in the special capped slipcase. Also included are reproductions of passes and lanyards from his F1 career, a scale model of Gordon’s first design – the T1 – two signed photographic prints, a DVD of the BBC documentary on Gordon Murray, a collection of period stickers, and several extra pages written by Gordon with an explanation of each of these items. The unique editions are also signed by both Gordon Murray and Philip Porter. This edition is limited to just 25 copies. No. 7 of 25.
Daytona Cobra Coupes: Carroll Shelby’s 1965 World Champions by Peter Brock, No. 115 of 400 (Lot 272, Estimate: $500 – $1,000): Limited signature edition signed by Peter Brock, Dave Friedman, as well as drivers including Dan Gurney, Bob Bondurant, and crew.
Holman Moody: The Legendary Race Team by Tom Cotter and Al Pearce, No. 114 of 250 (Lot 252, Estimate: $200 – $400): Rare collector’s edition, No.

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By: Reggie
Title: Geared Online Spring Automobilia Auction Ongoing
Sourced From: sportscardigest.com/geared-online-spring-automobilia-auction-ongoing/
Published Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2022 17:20:38 +0000

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