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DARE TO DREAM: RM Sotheby’s Unleashes Spectacular Results Selling Over $69.2M USD ($95M CAD) in Sneakers, Cars, Motorcycles and Memorabilia


With three auctions to cover the entire collection, the Toronto, Canada-based Dare to Dream Collection sells for more than $69.2M ($95M CAD), making it the largest on-site private collection ever sold in company history

  • Showing the strength of the market, the no reserve auctions resulted in 100% of all lots sold, with a total of more than $69.2 million USD ($95 million CAD) across all three sales. Over 1,000 registered bidders from 41 countries across the globe joined the bidding action
  • Of the $69.2M USD ($95M CAD) sale, $65.5 million USD ($89.9 million CAD) was sold in cars and motorcycles and $3.7 million USD ($5.1 million CAD) was sold in sneakers and memorabilia
  • The 1972 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV broke an auction record by more than $600,000 USD (more than $800,000 CAD) selling for a final price of $4,900,000 USD ($6,719,688.50 CAD)
  • The 1972 Nike Waffle Racing “Moon Shoe” sold for $306,000 USD ($419,637.69 CAD) and the Michael Jordan Autographed Player Exclusive Rookie Era Nike Air Jordan 1 Game Sneakers sold for $162,000 USD ($222,161.13 CAD), led the shoe sales
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BLENHEIM, ONTARIO, CANADA – June 6, 2024 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – Making headlines across the globe, the iconic ‘Dare to Dream Collection’ was announced to the market as a breathtaking fusion of automotive royalty, rare sneakers, motorcycles, and memorabilia, meticulously curated by a team of industry specialists and overseen by the visionary Miles Nadal. With an unparalleled level of passion fueling its creation, every lot, from multimillion-dollar cars like the Lamborghini Miura to the rarest sneaker ever made, was offered without reserve, selling for a total of over $69 million USD ($94M CAD) with 1,000 registered bidders from 41 countries competing for the highly coveted lots.

The live auction showcased the top 67 pairs of sneakers, a stunning selection of cars, and an array of memorabilia. Simultaneously, two online auctions kicked off to sell the remainder of the collection: one for additional cars and memorabilia and the other for the remaining 239 lots of sneakers.

Set against the backdrop of a museum-like setting in Toronto, Canada, the sale captivated enthusiasts worldwide through a series of live and online sales. A total of 107 cars, 31 motorcycles, 857 pairs of sneakers, and hundreds of pieces of memorabilia found new owners. Following 20 years of exacting curation, the majority of the Dare to Dream…

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