Perhaps the most enthusiact bidding, was for the metallic blue Hummer H1 originally owned by Mark Philippoussis, which sold for $69,000. Bidding for the off-road vehicle began at $25,000 and soon soared through its pre-auction estimate of $40-$50,000 before selling to a local Hummer enthusiast in the room. While the Hummer was the standout sale of the auction, most of the interest was in affordable entry level classics in the $10-$25,000 range, with British and European sporting cars all being 'on the money'.
A three-owner 1966 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Coupe that had covered just 91,508 miles from new sold for $23,000; a 1959 MGA 1600 Mk I Roadster in good condition sold for a strong $21,500; a 1985 Porsche 928S Coupe and a 1966 Jaguar MkII 3.4 manual saloon each made $14,000 and a 1987 (red) Maserati Bi-Turbo Spyder brought $11,500. Amongst other good results, a beautiful 1928 Chevrolet National Tourer that had covered less than 1,200 miles since a complete restoration in 1996 bringing $18,000 and a 1960 Harley-Davidson FL Duo-Glide motorcycle in great condition sold for $17,000.