Back in 2015, RM Sotheby’s made history with the sale of the Andrews collection, a massive 78-car lot that went for an amazing $53.9 million in total. Both the largest and the most valuable single-vendor automobile auction ever, it was only made more impressive by the fact that some 16 of those vehicles sold for over $1 million apiece.
As it turns out, the late Paul Andrews had no shortage of gems tucked away in his garage, because RM Sotheby’s has just added another 26 cars from his collection to the upcoming Monterey event. While each vehicle is a legend in its own right, the stars of the show are most definitely the Aston Martins. Headlined by a 1961 DB4GT Zagato — expected to fetch as much as $14 million — the lot also includes a 1954 DB2/4 Drophead coupe, a 1959 DB4GT Lightweight, a 1961 DB4GT Sancion II, a 1964 DB5 coupe, and even a 1965 DB5 convertible. Evidently, Mr. Andrews’ appreciation of classics wasn’t limited to iconic Astons, though, as the sale includes several other notable offerings. Rounded out by a 1955 Jaguar D-Type, a 1963 Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta Lusso, as well as some 1920s Bentleys and Dusenbergs, it’ll head to auction on August 12th. You can check it out at the link below.