I would note that Bonhams are offering the DB4 GT Zagato 2VEV at Goodwood this weekend with gross dollar estimates from $15 - 25 million whispered about, although 2VEV is arguably more beautiful than DP215, it also isnt original to its earliest form and was instead replaced with an all new car in 1962 after Bianchi's Spa crash and more recently was restored after a road accident in the 1990s. Still the $15 - 25 million price tag would be roughly right for the only car to truly offer competition to the GTO in period and presents value at a roughly 60 - 80% discount over the great Fezza. Will be fascinating to see both offered and interesting to compare prices. As for the Duesy, what a car, up there with the Mercedes SSK or Alfa 2.9 and I would certainly have to price it in the same way. Interesting that every Duesenberg offered in recent times, other than the unique ex. Whittel Murphy Coupe (#2478/J-460L) which fetched a double market $10.94 million, no other example has ever topped $5 million. While some 500 Model J's were made and maybe 30 - 50 of them were supercharged SJs, just 2 SSJs with the supercharger and short wheelbase were made for Gary Cooper and Clark Gable(?). This has to be worth in the same region as the aforementioned SSK or 2.9, so figure $20 - 30 million (or even more). The interesting thing with this offer is that the Collier Collection/Revs Collection (one of the worlds top 5 auto museums) are usually buyers rather than sellers so it will be a watching brief whether any more of their fabulous collection ever gets offered. Otherwise, perhaps the market is changing enough, at peak or the proposed US tariffs or a combination of all three are to be blamed/ thanked but whatever the answer, this is shaping as the biggest year for the classic auto market ever.