You may recognize Leigh and Leslie Keno from their appearances on PBS’s Antiques Roadshow, so you may be surprised to learn that their love and appreciation of cars goes back decades. In fact, they’re among expert judges at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and Amelia Island Concours.
Turning their attention from art and antiques, the Keno Brothers are hosting their first automobile auction. Given the selection of cars on offer, the event is appropriately named Rolling Sculpture.
There isn’t just one highlight of this auction, however. Tendencies will be to report on the car sold at the highest price and that title will go to a very historic 1971 N.A.R.T. Ferrari 365 GTB/4. This is a machine that started life as a road car, then converted for competition, as was possible back in the golden age of sports car racing, which went on to compete at Le Mans, Daytona, Sebring, and the Glen. It’s estimated to sell for between US $4,900,000 and $5,900,000.
Among a long list of noteworthy automobiles for sale at the auction are a 1966 Aston Martin DB6, a 1983 March-Porsche that took the overall win at Daytona in 1984, a 1968 Toyota 2000GT, a 1967 Bizzarrini Strada 5300, and a 1973 Porsche 911 RS.
Arguably, the most stunning lot is the 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S. There’s nothing we can say about the Muira that hasn’t been said, so we’ll let the Keno Brothers’ video do the talking for us.
The Keno Brothers Rolling Sculpture live auction will be held November 18 and 19, 2015 in New York City.
Images courtesy of Keno Brothers.