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Were there any other big value sellers in the Goodwood Auction?
An incredible piece of automotive history, here's to another happy 100 years for The Corgi Rolls-Royce.
Even at £4.7 million The Corgi was actually only the second most expensive item in the Goodwood sale, after the Birkin Bentley, which went for £5 million; other notable lots include an Alfa Romeo 8C-3200 that sold for £2.7 million, and a 1908 Italia Grand Prix Car, known as Floretta, which went for £1.7 million.
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