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Iconic Classic Cars That Belonged to Rush Drummer Neil Peart to be Auctioned off

The legendary drummer sure had taste in cars

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Rush drummer Neil Peart is often considered to be one of the greatest drummers of all time, he also was a big car enthusiast. This summer seven of his classic sports cars will be auctioned off at Pebble Beach in California by Gooding & Co during Monterey Car Week. Tragically Neil Peart died due to cancer in January 2020.

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The collection of cars is called "Silver Surfers", and all but one are in silver (the Shelby Cobra 289 above).

1970 Lamborghini Miura P400 S

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The Miura is arguably the first modern supercar, and also arguably one of the most beautiful cars ever made. This example, a 1970 P400 S, features air conditioning and cast-alloy wheels. This is likely going to be the most expensive car in the collection and is estimated to sell from $1.2-$1.5 million. This Miura is chassis number 4042.

1963 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

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The C2 Corvette Stingray is an American icon, this one is a 1963 model. It features the iconic split-window design. This beautiful example has a red interior and is fitted with the 327 ci V8 that produces 340 hp. This is chassis 30837S109652 and is expected to go for $120,000-$180,000.

1964 Shelby Cobra 289

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Image: Gooding & Co.

The Shelby Cobra is another iconic car that Neil Peart owned. This is a 1964 Cobra 289 and is the only car in the collection that isn't silver. This example is chassis CXS224, and it is expected to go for $900,000-$1 million.

1964 Aston Martin DB5

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Image: Gooding & Co.

Perhaps the most well-known car on this list, the DB5 gained fame from being a Bond car. This example of the beautiful DB5 features a navy blue leather interior and a 5-speed manual transmission. It is expected to sell for $650,000-$725,000. This example is chassis DB5/1690/R.

1965 Maserati Mistral Spider

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Image: Gooding & Co.

Only 953 Maserati Mistrals were built, and only 125 of those were Spiders. This one is expected to fetch $575,000-$650,000 and is chassis AM109/S*049*.

1964 Jaguar E-Type Coupe

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Image: Gooding & Co.

The Jaguar E-Type is often considered to be the most beautiful car ever built, and that's no surprise, just look at it. This one is a 1964 series 1 coupe and is chassis 890630. This beautiful car has some modern parts including a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission, Wilwood disc brakes, upgraded suspension components, and a lightweight flywheel. It features a red leather interior and is expected to sell for $140,000-$160,000.

1973 Maserati Ghibli SS

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Image: Gooding & Co.

This Maserati Ghibli is a 1973 SS model. 425 SS models were made and this one is expected to go for $250,000-$300,000. This car features a tan leather interior. It is chassis AM 115 49 2428.

All of these cars are amazing, and I want every single one. Unfortunately, there is no Red Barchetta. These will be auctioned off on August 13-14 at the Gooding & Co auction.

All information and pictures came from the Gooding & Company Website.

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Comments (17)

  • Both the Maseratis😍

      2 months ago
  • No red Barchetta? I'm disappointed. Wait, no I'm not; this is an amazing group of cars.

      2 months ago
    • Well played. Maybe it’s at his white haired uncles farm, covered in debris, probably has a willing engine!

        2 months ago
  • Sheesh that Mistral giving me fizz

      2 months ago
  • I love all of them! The Ghibli and C2 are my favorites

      2 months ago
  • I love the Ghibli

      2 months ago
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