Route de Bonmont 31, 1275 Chéserex, Switzerland
29 Sep 2019, starting at 14:00 CEST
Bonhams have chosen to reboot their Swiss classic car auction almost a decade after their Christmas eve sale of Ferrari’s in Gstaad ended. Headed by a collection of supercars owned by a African dictator that are being sold by the Swiss government to raise funds that will be donated to charity and otherwise offering a curated collection of recent desirable cars this is a fascinating sale.
The first 25 cars (of just 70 on offer) come with Equatorial Guinea registration and were seized from their owners Parisienne home after NGOs were successful in winning a case of embezzling funds against their owner and even the briefest of google searches will reveal the remaining details. While the relatively benign deputy President of a small African nation is not necessarily notorious enough to effect values in any way it does beg the question of whether notoriety does or should effect a choice to buy or the value of whatever one might seek to buy. In the same way a house that has had a gruesome murder happen within it will always be worth less. Transfer those feelings to a car that was owned by someone notorious, say Donald Trump, Maggie Thatcher, Lady Diana Spencer, Idi Amin, Saddam Hussein or even Adolf Hitler. Some of their cars would sell for a very large premium regardless of their backgrounds but surely someone such as Hitler would revolt as many buyers as enthrall and the market would shrink in size dramatically.
Mr. Obiangos collection includes the marquee lot, a 2014 Lamborghini Veneno Roadster, one of nine produced in 2014. Based on the Aventador, these Veneno’s featured very advanced open topped bodywork but otherwise didn’t revolutionise anything and yet nine were sold at 3 million EURO a pop. Obiango’s car is #7 and was ordered in Off-white over Beige and has covered just 325km from new. Bonhams are asking CHF5.2 – 6.2 mil. ($5.25 – 6.26 mil.) which seems very, very high even for a car that is rare as rare can be, its basically double its original cost but so what its at no reserve so will sell whatever the bid, I would guess somewhere around the $3 million mark would be market correct.
Other highlights from the collection are:
- 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari – Est. CHF2.6 – 2.8 mil ($2.6 – 2.8 mil.), a lovely LaFerrari in Yellow with just 894km from new. Market correct.
- 2003 Ferrari Enzo – Est. CHF1.8 – 2 mil. ($1.8 – 2 mil.), Another lovely yellow Ferrari, just 21km from new. Wonderful car. Estimate seems a touch light.
- 2015 Koenigsegg One:1 – Est. CHF1.8 – 2.3 mil. ($1.8 – 2.3 mil.), A rare Koenigsegg in as new condition, with just 597km from new. Seems expensive. Perhaps $1.5 would do it.
- 2014 McLaren P1 – Est. CHF1.5 – 1.8 mil. ($1.5 – 1.8 mil.), another like new car, just 973km from new. Market correct at the low estimate.
- 2011 Aston Martin One-77 – Est. CHF1.4 – 1.8 mil., ($1.4 – 1.8 mil.), 35th of 77 examples, unusual colours and again like new. Market correct at the low estimate.
- 2015 Porsche 918 – Est. CHF950k – 1.2 mil. ($960k – 1.2 mil.), unusual in Yellow over Black, just 582km from new. Market correct.
- 2015 Ferrari F12 TDf – Est. CHF750 – 950k ($760 – 960k), another Yellow over Black car, 693km from new. Slightly below market.
- 2010 Bugatti Veyron – Est. CHF700 – 900k ($710 – 910k), US delivered Veyron, 3,142 miles from new. Market correct.
Non Obiango highlights are mainle the 2010 Lamborghini Reventon Roadster estimated at CHF1.65 – 2 mil. ($1.666 – 2.02 mil.), the forerunner to the Veneno but built on the Murcielago chassis. Offered with just 2,400km from new and beautiful colours. Market correct at the low estimate.
Mid century highlights are:
- 1949 Alfa Romeo 6C2500SS Pininfarina Cabriolet – Est. CHF380 – 430k ($384 – 434k), the gorgeous Pininfarina Cabriolet, restored thru 2010. Market correct at the low estimate.
- 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing – Est. CHF1.1 – 1.4 mil. ($1.11 – 1.41 mil.), Canadian Gullwing in fantastic colours, restored at some point and never used. Value depends on the actual condition of the car, both estimates could be valid but inspection would be necessary to know.
- 1959 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster – Est. CHF770k – 1.1 mil. ($780k – 1.11 mil.), patinated example in “beautiful” condition. Market correct at the low estimate.
Modern highlights are:
- 1993 Porsche 911/964 Turbo S Lightweight – Est. CHF1.1 – 1.3 mil. ($1.11 – 1.31 mil.), a special lightweight Turbo S, one of just 86 built. Never restored, just 14,600 kilometres. Excellent car and very well priced compared to others.
- 1995 Porsche 911/993 Carrera RS Clubsport – Est. CHF300 – 400k ($303 – 404k), 1 of 100 homologation specials. Totally original, relatively high 40,650 kilometers from new. Below market pricing.
- 1996 Porsche 911/993 GT2 Evo – Est. CHF750 – 950k ($760 – 960k), desirable GT2, previous accident damage, restored by Porsche Stuttgart, upgraded to Evo spec. Market correct.
- 2003 Ferrari 360 Challenge – Est. CHF85 – 125k ($86 – 126k), 1 of 180 built, lots of fun as a trackday toy. Possible to reconvert this F360 Challenge to road use. Market correct.
- 2011 Ferrari 599SA Aperta – Est. CHF1 – 1.3 mil. ($1.01 – 1.31 mil.), like new and very rare but still crazy expensive. Market correct or even a touch cheap.
- 2016 Aston Martin Lagonda Tarif – Est. CHF850k – 1.05 mil. ($860 – 1.06 mil.), 1 of 120 examples, the first to come to auction. Hard to value but nearly $800k new. Like new. At least $200k more than market correct.
- 2018 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Laundalette – Est. CHF850k – 1.05 mil. ($860k – 1.06 mil.), a brutish and rare G650 Maybach. Another incredibly rare but crazy expensive car. Probably still market correct.
Affordable classic highlights include:
- 1956 Lagonda 3 Litre Saloon – Est. CHF55 – 75k ($56 – 76k), a rare Lagonda 3 Litre with Saloon coachwork. Great celebrity connection. Not too exciting but market correct for what it is.
- 1998 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limousine – Est. CHF25 – 45k ($25 – 45k), A proper luxo-barge, good colours. Great prop for a family game of despots and dictators. Cheap enough yet market correct.
- 2001 Bentley Arnage Red Label Saloon – Est. CHF35 – 40k ($35 – 40k), great colours, big power and low mileage. Market correct though.
- 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti – Est. CHF35 – 45k ($35 – 45k), low mileage fast V12, great colours. Cheapest modern V12 Fezza.
Key – Year/Make/Model/Chassis # – Estimate Low – High – (CHF) – (US$) – N/R = No reserve
2 1998 Ferrari 550 Maranello 114315 CHF50,000 CHF70,000 N/R $50,500 $70,700 A United States model delivered to California, this example is finished in Rosso Corsa with cream interior and has covered only 2,406 miles from new. A detailed specification listing is supplied by Equatorial Guinea Registration Papers and Customs Document. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
3 1996 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster ZA9RE31A0XLA12064 CHF140,000 CHF200,000 N/R $141,400 $202,000 An open roadster had been shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 1992 but another three years would pass before the customers could buy the production version. Historically significant as Lamborghini’s first open-top production with a V12 engine, the Diablo Roadster was yet another example of the popular ‘Targa Top’ concept that comes with removable roof panels to provide fresh-air motoring. In the Diablo’s box the single panel is stored when not in place. Despite the absence of a fixed roof, Lamborghini claimed that the Roadster was cut off. The dashboard has been removed from the Diablo VT Roadster, which is offered with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
4 1998 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limousine SCAZW19C4WCX80253 * CHF25,000 CHF45,000 N/R $25,250 $45,450 Finished in gray with beige interior, this Silver Spur Armor Touring Limousine is offered in dismantled condition and will require extensive work to get it running. The car is offered with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
5 2007 Bentley Azure Convertible SCBDC47L87CX12428 CHF85,000 CHF110,000 N/R $85,850 $111,100 Built for the United States market, this beautiful Bentley Azure was built to special order as evidenced by the legend “Specially Commissioned for TNO” on the door sill plate. Finished in St James’ s Red with Beige / Burgundy leather interior, it has all the features of the world. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
6 2015 Ferrari F12 TDf 214650 * CHF750,000 CHF950,000 N/R $757,500 $959,500 This particular F12tdf was sold new in Ancona in 2016 and first owned by Mr Calasso Antonio in Forli. Finished in yellow with black interior, the Ferrari has covered only 693km and is presented in excellent ‘as new’ condition apart from a change of colour to the wheels in 2016 (see Modena Cars invoice on file). Representing a wonderful opportunity to own one of Ferrari’s all-time great, front-engined supercars, this stunning F12tdf comes complete with its Ferrari charger, car cover, and instruction manual, and is currently registered on a temporary Swiss plate. A detailed specification listing supplied by Ferrari is on file and the car also comes with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and technical inspection. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this Lot if the car remains in Switzerland.
7 2014 McLaren P1 SBM12ABB5EW000056 * CHF1,500,000 CHF1,800,000 N/R $1,515,000 $1,818,000 Chassis number ‘056’ has covered a mere 973 kilometers since it left the factory and is presented in effectively ‘as new’ condition. Strikingly finished in yellow with yellow-piped black interior, the P1 comes complete with its McLaren and Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
8 2001 Bentley Arnage Red Label Saloon SCBLC31E61CX06442 * CHF35,000 CHF40,000 N/R $35,350 $40,400 Finished in black with beige leather interior, this example has only 3,034 miles from excellent condition. There are two umbrellas in the boot, and also with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
9 1995 Bentley Turbo R SCBZP15C9VCX59928 CHF5,500 CHF9,000 N/R $5,555 $9,090 Apparently repainted with the dashboard removed, this Turbo R is in poor condition and does not start. It was first serviced by Franco British Automobiles, Levallois on 11th September 1997 at 4,552km (Current odometer reading 21,522km). Offered for the purpose of restoration and the supply of goods and services. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
10 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta 124413 CHF280,000 CHF400,000 N/R $282,800 $404,000 United States July 2007, including changing the timing belts. In November 2016, at 596 miles, Modena Cars in Geneva, and their invoice for CHF 6,966 is on file. Finished in red with Burgundy and beige interior, the guide is supplied with a full copy of the standard, and the equatorial Guinea registration and the electronic version of the document. This most exclusive modern Ferrari would be a private collection. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
11 2011 Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4SV ZHWBE81HXALA03981 CHF280,000 CHF400,000 N/R $282,800 $404,000 Finished in matt black with matching interior, this pristine Murciélago SV has covered only 985km and is presented in ‘as new’ condition. Representing a wonderful opportunity to acquire a fine example of this ultra-rare modern supercar, it is offered with an owner’s manual, the Roadside Assistance Europe book and Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document.
12 2015 Porsche 918 WP0ZZZ91ZFS800215 * CHF950,000 CHF1,200,000 N/R $959,500 $1,212,000 Finished in yellow with black interior, the 251 ‘of the 918 made. It has covered a mother 582 kilometers from new and remains in excellent, effectively ‘as new’ condition. The 918 is sold with its cover and charger but there are no books available. The factory recall vis-à-vis the rear shock absorbers will be expected, but the success will be to the Porsche for its mandatory general servicing. Offered with Swiss Gray Card.
14 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S650 Brabus WDD2229761A180599 CHF240,000 CHF340,000 N/R $242,400 $343,400 Finished in black with brown interior, this spectacular Brabus 900 has covered a mere 620km since it leaves the factory and is presented in effectively ‘as new’ condition throughout. Noteworthy features include twin sunroof and Platinum Edition 21 “forged wheels, iPad mini, Microsoft Surface, optional touch-screen operation, Apple TV, wireless connectivity, and a LAN router. and a Brabus owner’s manual, it needs only for the battery to be charged and will be ready to go. The car is offert with Equatorial Guinea Registration Document and technical inspection.
15 2007 Rolls-Royce Phantom DHC SCA2D68578UX16051 CHF200,000 CHF270,000 N/R $202,000 $272,700 A United States model finished in black with beige interior, this example featured chrome wheels and is presented in ‘as new’ condition. The car with original Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document, and its original Rolls-Royce First Aid kit. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
16 2011 Aston Martin One-77 SCFGFXXX6BGS17735 * CHF1,400,000 CHF1,800,000 N/R $1,414,000 $1,818,000 Number ’35’ of the 77 built, this EU model has a legend engraved on the door sill stating that it was ‘Hand built in England for Theodore N’Guema Obiang Mangue’. Finished in red with red-piped cream interior, the car has covered a mere 1,226km from new and is presented in ‘as new’ condition. The car is offered with Equatorial Guinea registration papers. Including Aston Martin’s development team, a handful of journalists, the original owners and – perhaps – their family and close friends, probably fewer 200 people have ever experienced what it is like to drive a One-77. Chassis number ’35’ represents a possibly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join this most select group of individuals. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this Lot if the car remains in Switzerland.
17 1996 Ferrari F512M 105516 CHF170,000 CHF280,000 N/R $171,700 $282,800 This last-of-the-line example of the legendary Italian supercar was built for the United States market and currently displays a total of 1,235 miles on the odometer. Finished in red with black interior, the car is presented in the good condition, the dashboard is in need of refurbishment. The car comes complete with it’s full tool kit and pouch. A specification listing is supplied by Ferrari and is available with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document.
18 2003 Ferrari Enzo 134594 * CHF1,800,000 CHF2,000,000 N/R $1,818,000 $2,020,000 Built for the Canadian market and completed on 10th October 2003, the car offered here is the penultimate Enzo of the 400 cars produced. Finished in yellow with black interior, it has covered a mere 21km from new and in May 2016 was extensively serviced by Modena Cars, Geneva, whose detailed invoice for CHF 79,317 is on file. A detailed specification listing supplied by Ferrari is on file and the car also comes with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and technical inspection. This wonderful Enzo is presented in very good condition throughout; indeed, it is one of the nicest of its kind we have seen. As is so often the case with limited edition ‘instant classics’, Ferraris in particular, values have continued to rise since the Enzo’s introduction and show no signs of slowing down. An opportunity not to be missed. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this Lot if the car remains in Switzerland.
19 2010 Bugatti Veyron VF9SA25C18M795208 * CHF700,000 CHF900,000 N/R $707,000 $909,000 Chassis number ‘208’, the car offered here, was intended for sale in the USA. Finished in Atlantic Blue with beige interior, it has covered 3,142 miles and appears in good condition, with ‘as new’ bodywork and paint, excellent wheels and tyres, and a clean engine that starts instantly. The car is offered with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and technical inspection. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this Lot if the car remains in Switzerland.
20 2014 Lamborghini Veneno Roadster ZHWEB3ZD4FLA03007 * CHF5,200,000 CHF6,200,000 N/R $5,252,000 $6,262,000 Number ‘7’ of the nine produced, this stunning Lamborghini Veneno Roadster has covered only 325km and is presented in ‘as new’ condition throughout, with the exception of a slight scratch on the right rear wheel. We are advised that the engine starts instantly but the battery needs to be changed, while the tyres are new (dated 2015). Finished in off-white with beige interior, this car features the owner’s initials on the front and on the doors. Representing a possible ounce-in-a-lifetime opportunity, it comes complete with the owner’s handbook, and covers all the books and tools, and Equatorial Guinea registration papers and technical inspection. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
21 2003 Bentley Arnage T SCBLF34F64CX09860 CHF28,000 CHF35,000 N/R $28,280 $35,350 A US model, this Arnage T has covered only some 2,800 miles and is presented in excellent condition. Finished in white with camel interior, the title is offered with its owner ‘s manual, all books, and Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
22 2002 Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph Park Ward SCALD62E02CX19111 CHF30,000 CHF50,000 N/R $30,300 $50,500 This Silver Seraph LWB Park Ward has been produced on 23rd July 2002 from the Jacques Savoye in Paris and has covered 2,955km from the left. has lost paintwork and is missing some chrome trim. It comes with all books and Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document.
23 2009 Ferrari 599GTB 170353 CHF135,000 CHF180,000 N/R $136,350 $181,800 The fabulous and exclusive Ferrari supercar offered here has the F1-type gearbox and is finished in black with beige interior. Pozzi in Levallois, while the first (and very extensive) service was carried out by Modena Cars, Geneva in August 2016 at 2,428km (current odometer reading 2,492km). Modena Cars’ invoice for CHF 44,996 is on file and all books are available. The car also comes with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and technical inspection, and a detailed specification listing supplied by Ferrari. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
24 2015 Koenigsegg One:1 YT9LK1A38EA007111 * CHF1,800,000 CHF2,300,000 N/R $1,818,000 $2,323,000 Finished in blue / black carbon with beige leather interior, this example has covered a mother 597km and is presented in excellent ‘as new’ condition throughout. Offered with its owner ‘s manual, because it covers, and Equatorial Guinea registration papers and technical inspection, it represents a wonderful to acquire a pristine example of this ultimate supercar at a substantial saving over its cost new. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
25 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari 203343 * CHF2,600,000 CHF2,800,000 N/R $2,626,000 $2,828,000 Representing a possibly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of these fabulous Ferrari hypercars, the LaFerrari offered here was delivered new to Germany and is currently registered on a temporary Swiss plate. The car has covered only 894km from new and is presented in generally excellent condition, reflecting its sparing use. Finished in yellow with black interior, this spectacular LaFerrari comes complete with charger, tool kit, and Equatorial Guinea registration document and technical inspection. A new battery will be fitted for the sale. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this Lot if the car remains in Switzerland.
26 2007 Bentley Azure Convertible SCBDC47L37CX12482 CHF80,000 CHF100,000 N/R $80,800 $101,000 Built for the United States market, this beautiful Bentley Azure was built to special order as evidenced by the legend “Specially Commissioned for TNO” on the door sill plate. Finished in white with white / blue interior and blue soft-top, it offers chrome wheels and has covered only 843 miles from new. The car is offered with Equatorial Guinea registration papers and customs document. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
28 1973 Porsche 911E 2.4 Targa 911 321 0907 CHF70,000 CHF100,000 N/R $70,700 $101,000 According to the vendor, this delightful Porsche 911E Targa had been comprehensively restored by Harald Brandner of BMC Classics in Florida, USA in 2011/2012. Tobias Nussbaumer of Flat Six Cars in Basel. Since then it has been seen only sporadic in good weather only. Finished in gray with gray / black interior, this extensively restored 2.4-liter 911 is offered with Swiss Gray Card; MFK document; and related invoices, correspondence, and photographs relating to its restoration.
29 1998 BMW Z3M WBSCM91050LB55710 CHF40,000 CHF60,000 N/R $40,400 $60,600 Finished in black with matching interior, this manual transmission is only available when it shows a total of 78,000 kilometers on the odometer. Since it has been used only sparingly, so the odometer currently only 81,700 kilometers. This Z3M is described by the owner as excellent in every respect, the only exception being a small scratch on the left rear side. All documents are present, and also a Swiss Carte Gray, MFK document, and a copy of the Auto Illustrierte magazine (October 2013 edition) featured in a comprehensive article.
30 1976 Ferrari 308GT Vetroresina 19647 CHF150,000 CHF200,000 $151,500 $202,000 One of only 712 vetroresina 308 GTB coupes produced, this example is finished with a total of 71,000 kilometers on the odometer. A European version, the Ferrari has had two previous owners in Switzerland and since 2015 has formed part of the vendor’s small private collection. Unfortunately, the 70,000 kilometer view of the current service is no longer accurate. Fitted with an after-market sports exhaust, the engine is said to run perfectly, while the seller is in the market. Swiss Military Insurance, MFK document, Swiss Veteranenzulassung, and assorted previous-own paperwork: copies of old registration document and bill of sale, etc. A wonderful opportunity to acquire an original example of this most desirable version of the iconic Ferrari 308 GTB.
31 1984 Ferrari Mondial QV Cabriolet 57639 CHF35,000 CHF55,000 N/R $35,350 $55,550 The Mondial Qv cabriolet offers here the quattro-valvole (oven valves per cylinder) engine introduced in 1982. According to the vendor, the Ferrari was delivered in Switzerland and has had two previous owners. After the second owner passed away, it was extensively re-commissioned, including a new top, in 2015 when it was purchased by the current owner. The relatively low odometer of some 44,000 kilometers can be verified by reference to the original documents, including the manual and service book instruction, which comes with the car. Finished in red with Cognac leather interior, and described by the vendor as well, this most practical of modern Ferraris also comes with a FIVA Identity Card, (2016), sundry invoices, MFK document, Swiss Gray Card, and assorted previous-ownership paperwork: copies of old registration document and bill of sale, etc.
32 1956 Lagonda 3 Litre Saloon LB/290/1/184 * CHF55,000 CHF75,000 N/R $55,550 $75,750 This Lagonda 3.0-Liter was purchased new in 1956 by Mr. Whitaker, a British citizen living in Montreux – Switzerland, and was supplied by Limmat Garage AG, Jos Stierli & Co. of Zurich. Claude Nobs, founder and organizer of the Montreux Jazz Festival, who was thought to have acquired it in 1962. Mr. Nobs began his career at the Festival of Performers at Geneva Airport. He collected the Rolling Stones in 1964 for their show in Montreux, as well as Petula Clark, Erroll Garner (in 1966, for ‘The Rose of Gold’) and Aretha Franklin in 1968. Other names such as Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Nina Simone, David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, etc. A TV Suisse Romande Ella Fitzgerald video shows alighting from the Lagonda. Finished in two-tone silver gray / raspberry with gray leather interior, this uniquely historic Lagonda 3.0-Liter is offered with its instruction book, sundry service invoices, a certificate of authenticity established by the Claude Nobs Foundation and Swiss Gray Card.
33 1963 Ferrari 250GTE 2+2 4473GT CHF300,000 CHF350,000 $303,000 $353,500 Bodied by Carrozzeria Pininfarina, ‘4473’ has the desirable overdrive gearbox and is the 118th of the 300 Series III cars completed out of a total run run of 954 units. Its original color scheme was blue with beige Connolly leather interior. Completed on 3rd April 1963, ‘4473’ was delivered to the official Ferrari dealer Automobile Monteverdi AG in Binningen, Switzerland and later that same year was sold to its first owner, Angelo Casoni, in Basel where it was registered as ‘BS 40590’. On 27th October 1964 (at 35.318 kilometers), the car was serviced at Ferrari’s Clienti facility in Modena. From 1985 to 1995 the Ferrari belonged to Anselm Filliger of Stans, Switzerland and from 1995 to 2000 was owned by HR Willner of Lupfig, also in Switzerland. The current vendor bought in July 2000, since when it has been serviced and maintained by Garage Lavino in Basel. In 2014 the Ferrari was restored and refined in its present livery of Grigio Argento with black trim. The taillights, from a Series I, were fitted at this time. This beautiful and practical Ferrari 2 + 2 is offered with restoration and service invoices, technical inspection, Swiss Fahrzeugausweis, and an original instruction manual in Italian.
34 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 Litre MFI 911 460 0780 CHF150,000 CHF190,000 $151,500 $191,900 One of 1,036 European-specification Porsche 911 Carrera coupes produced for the 1974 model year, it has been offered to the Porsche dealer in Geneva. Finished in the classic color combination of white with black interior, the car has covered 76,669 kilometers from Porsche Rossier of Orbe, Switzerland in 2015. The car It is offered with its original pouch and manuals (including service manual) and canceled Swiss Carte Gray, and also comes with copies of Speedster and RS magazines in which it features.
35 1995 Porsche 911/993 Carrera RS Clubsport WP0ZZZ99ZSS390078 * CHF300,000 CHF400,000 $303,000 $404,000 There was also a more hardcore, though still road-legal, Carrera RS Clubsport version, 100 which was built to meet the FIA GT2 homologation requirements, and the Carrera Cup RSR-only track. Emphasizing its competition credentials, the Clubsport came up with a welded-in roll cage as standard, it was increasing its rigidity, while other noteworthy features were included in the bucket seats, the six-point safety harnesses, the battery isolator switch, the fire extinguisher, and a huge fixed rear Carrera RS. Never restored (but with not 100% original paintwork), this example was used by the previous owner for club racing, just as its maker intended. Finished in white with black interior, the car has 40.650 kilometers from new and is described by the private vendor as in good condition throughout. Featured on the cover page of Speedster magazine, the car is offered with its pouch, manuals, and canceled Swiss Carte Grise. Total 911 magazine got it right when they described the thrilling Carrera RS Clubsport as one of the most extreme road-going Porsches ever made, and few would like it to be one of the most striking to look at. This is a rare car of unquestionable historical significance.
36 1993 Porsche 911/964 Turbo S Lightweight WP0ZZZ96ZPS479056 * CHF1,100,000 CHF1,300,000 $1,111,000 $1,313,000 The ‘Leichtbau’ requirement was achieved by deleting the under-body protection, soundproofing, air conditioning, power steering and rear seats, while further savings came from thinner glass, aluminium doors, a carbon-fibre luggage compartment and thinner carpets, the result being a reduction of 180kg over the standard Turbo. Production of the Turbo S Leichtbau began in July 1992 for the 1993 model year. Some sources state that Porsche ended up building six more cars than the 80 planned, though actual production data is sketchy. Never restored, this pristine example of one of the rarest and most collectible members of the Porsche 911 family was delivered new to Switzerland and has covered only some 14,600 kilometres. Currently in the hands of only its second owner, who acquired it for his private Porsche collection in 2017 and has not driven it since then, the car is described by him as in ‘like new’ condition in every respect. Finished in Speed Yellow with contrasting black interior, it comes with its original sales contract, Type Approval paperwork, original pouch and manuals (including service manual), and cancelled Swiss Carte Grise (2019).
37 2012 Porsche 911/997 Turbo S Convertible WP0CD2A90CS773263 CHF200,000 CHF300,000 $202,000 $303,000 We are advised that the Turbo S Edition 918 Spyder Cabriolet offered here is one of only 43 of these soft-top models produced. A United States model delivered to Hawaii, the car has covered only 4,850 miles (approximately 7,800 kilometers) and is presented in effectively ‘as new’ condition throughout. One of the fastest open cars ever produced, this stunning Turbo S Edition 918 Spyder Convertible is offered US title, window sticker, pouch and manuals. Swiss registration has been applied for.
38 1996 Porsche 911/993 GT2 Evo WP0ZZZ99ZTS392185 * CHF750,000 CHF950,000 $757,500 $959,500 This particular GT2 was first owned by Dr. Walter Aus Der Au. The car’s second owner was a lawyer from Lausanne, Switzerland, while the current vendor is its fourth custodian. Having suffered accident damage, the Porsche factory in Stuttgart (only the last page of the invoice is available for the moment). Porsche’s restoration included a full repaint, and the bodywork remains in superb condition today. While at Stuttgart the GT2 also received the ‘Evo’ engine upgrade to 450PS (444bhp), while the roll-bar installation was carried out by Porsche Bern at the first owner’s request. More recently (in 2018) both turbochargers were replaced by excessive smoke emission. Finished in Polar Silver with black interior, this beautiful GT2 has covered only 21,890 kilometers and is in excellent condition throughout. Accompanying documentation consists of correspondence with the first owner; insurance paperwork; partial factory invoice; cover page of the Speedster magazine; and canceled Swiss Carte Grise. The car also comes with its pouch and manuals (including service manual).
39 1989 Porsche 930 Turbo Targa WPOZZZ93ZKS010076 CHF210,000 CHF250,000 $212,100 $252,500 One of only three European-specification examples delivered to the Gulf States, chassis number ‘10076’ was completed on 8th December 1988 and is an early Turbo Targa example for model year 1989, a very rare model equipped with the desirable five-speed G50 gearbox, newly introduced on the Type 930 for 1989. This is a new item for the Middle East – a Turbo with the Targa body – and high price (the equivalent of € 65,000, so very expensive at the time). The Porsche was delivered in May 1989 to its first owner by Porsche Ali & sounds Motor in Abudabi, a little under 6 months after its completion date, and was originally finished in black with a ‘weinrot’ (wine red) leather interior, a restrained yet stylish choice. Several options have been specified, including a heavy-duty battery; Auto Lock differential (an option much sought after by Porsche purists); short shift; and a Blaupunkt Toronto radio. The car has been serviced regularly at Porsche Ali & sounds from new until 1997 and at Behbehani Center until 2008, by which time it had covered some 107,000 kilometers. In 2008 the originated moved to. More recently this desirable 930 Turbocharged Turbo has gotten from cosmetic and mechanical works (invoices on file). Since 2017 even more money was spent, including work to ignition, cold start controller, fuel pump, electricity, … totalling over € 25.000 (invoices on file). Accompanying documentation consists of a French Gray Card; stamped service booklet; a lot of invoices for work carried out; Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirming factory specifications, options and matching colors / numbers; and books / manuals in their original pouch. Displaying a little over 111,000 kilometers on the odometer, this ultra-rare 930 Turbo Targa 5-speed G50 is an exciting opportunity to be missed by any serious Porsche collector or enthusiast. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
40 2010 Porsche 911/997 GT3 RS 3.8 WP0ZZZ99ZBS780295 CHF160,000 CHF200,000 $161,600 $202,000 Representing a rare opportunity to acquire an example of what is already revered as one of Porsche’s greatest-ever road cars, this 2nd Generation – ‘MK2’ GT3 was delivered new to the United Arab Emirates and incorporates numerous desirable options. These include Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes (PCCB); a red-painted roll cage and matching seat belts; lightweight carbon fibre-backed bucket seats trimmed in Alcantara; interior carbon fibre pack; PCM with navigation; and the Sport-Chrono package. Finished in grey with contrasting red accents and black interior, this stunning Porsche would be a guaranteed head-turner at any gathering. Imported from Kuwait in 2017, the car currently displays a total of just under 9,300 kilometres on the odometer and is presented in excellent condition throughout. Already a modern-day collectible, not least because it is the last GT3 RS with a manual gearbox, this beautiful and desirable ‘Mk2’ example is worthy of the closest inspection. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this Lot if the car remains in Switzerland.
41 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing 198.040.5500295 * CHF1,100,000 CHF1,400,000 $1,111,000 $1,414,000 The accompanying copy of this Gullwing’s factory data sheet, issued 7th June 1955, shows that it was sold new to Mr Alfred Rogers of Montreal, Canada. This document also records that the car was originally finished in black with red leather interior, the same colour scheme it has today, and that it was ordered with, among other options, special high-gloss paintwork, sealed-beam headlights, instruments in English, and special upholstery. The Mercedes stayed in Canada until at least 1989 when it was owned by Mr Fred Wegner of Woodbridge, Ontario. Previously owned by Mr Jochen Hackbarth of Hamburg, Germany, the Mercedes was purchased by the current vendor from Axel Schuette in August 1993. Also on file is a professional condition and valuation report, compiled in December 2016 after the Gullwing had been restored, which confirms that the numbers on the chassis, body, and engine match those on the aforementioned data sheet. The odometer reading when the car was inspected was 1 kilometre, the same as it is today. This report is highly complimentary, remarking on the quality of the body, paintwork, brightwork, glass (replaced in its entirety), interior (fully re-trimmed), and chassis frame (plastic coated). It also states that the engine and differential had been overhauled, and it is worth noting that the body repairs and paintwork were entrusted to master craftsman Karl Lindermüller, one of the best specialists in the business. Offered with German Fahrzeugbrief, this outstanding example of, arguably, the most charismatic of all post-war sports cars is presented in excellent condition and is worthy of the closest inspection. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this Lot if the car remains in Switzerland.
42 1959 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster 198.042.10.002388 * CHF770,000 CHF1,100,000 $777,700 $1,111,000 The current seller sold 300 SL Roadster in 1988 at the Classic Mobil Fair, held at the Olympiahalle, Munich. Since then the car has required no work other than the removal of a tooth in the right front wing. Its engine running smoothly, this example has a delightful overall patina of age and, unusually, still retains its original paintwork. Finished in beige with red leather interior, the car is offered with German Fahrzeugbrief and a copy of its factory data card. A beautiful example of the iconic 300 SL in Roadster form, this is a highly desirable motor car that would make an exhilarating yet extremely practical touring companion. Indeed, there can be a better way of traveling to a classic event, taking part and driving home. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
43 1933 Aston Martin 1.5 Litre Mark II Sports Tourer L3/328/L CHF350,000 CHF400,000 $353,500 $404,000 This 2nd Series long-chassis Le Mans belonged to many years to the family of Mr Alexander Andreadis, a Greek ship owner, who was married, briefly married, to heiress Christina Onassis in the mid-1970s. Known to specialists Bertelli Stable, this Le Mans has participated in Greece and was registered in the UK as ‘AXU 181’. In 2013 the Aston was extensively restored by a Swiss Aston Martin specialist. All the mechanicals, electrics and upholstery have been renewed or restored, while the original condition is. The alternator and starter motor are modern replacements (the original items are included in the sale together with an ‘MPH’ speedometer). Offered with FIVA Identity Card and Swiss Circulation Card, this delightful Aston Martin would be an ideal means of participation in the Le Mans Classic, Mille Miglia retrospective and other prestigious historic events.
44 1969 Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 415 CHF300,000 CHF400,000 $303,000 $404,000 Thanks are due to Lamborghini historian Marcel Wallenburg for his research into this interesting history. It has long been believed that this is a Middle Eastern buyer, an unusual occurrence at a time when Lamborghini was virtually unknown outside Europe and the USA. It carries chassis number ‘0415’, but an earlier (two-seater) 400GT with the same number is known to be in a US collection. Mr Wallenburg speculated that at some stage the owner might use the other car ‘s papers to import it into his home country. Sure enough, a check in Mr Wallenburg’s files revealed that the Touring body number of the car offered – ‘18998’ – matched to chassis ‘0634’, which had been bought new in 1966 by the same Iraqi gentleman who already owned ‘0415’. It was common practice at that time for Lamborghini – and others – to accommodate buyers. It is not known if ‘0634’ was renumbered by the factory before delivery or by the first owner. However, it is known that it was already identified as ‘0415’ when it was imported into France in 1969 and owned by Mr Perez Sotto, an Argentinean gentleman living in Paris. At the time the leather is finished in light metallic blue with mustard leather upholstery. The next owner was Mr Bothorel, who was followed on 19th August 1981 by Mr Dumas, who registered the Lamborghini as ‘3967 KO 92’ and had it repainted in a dark metallic gray, while a mechanical restoration was entrusted to veteran Lamborghini Guru (and former to import) Edmond Ciclet. Dr. Philippe Poitout, who reregistered it as ‘3763 XG 77’ and had Mr Ciclet carried out further works between 1985 and 1988. This included a replacement alternator (80-Amp version); radiator overhaul; adding relays to the ignition and lighting circuits; replacement rear suspension arms (improved Miura S type); seatbelts; refreshing the upholstery; and fitting a battery cut-out. Dr. Poitout drove the car until 1997 when his roadworthiness test recorded an odometer reading of 84,834 kilometers. In 2000, after Dr. Poitout’s passing, his son was fitted with a steel exhaust and carried out further work. In August 2000 Mr Jacques Raynal was acquired the car (now registered ‘400 TF 03’) and on 26th July 2007 (at 87,300km) it was a specialist dealer in Cannes, who commissioned an overhaul to include the steering, valves, carburetors, gearbox, and electric windows. On the 1st of November, the Swiss collector, and Edmond Ciclet was again entrusted to perform a thorough check-over. On this occasion the engine and gearbox were removed; the clutch and head gaskets replaced; the electrical system, starter motor and overhauled alternator: the chassis re-jigged and reinforced; and various other tasks attended to. Next to all taxes being paid to the body of the body is painted to the body of the body. The Lamborghini has been used in the past, but it has been used in the past by a team of full-time mechanics to ensure that it is kept ready for use. The epitome of stylish 1960s motoring, this handsome Lamborghini 400GT is offered with Swiss Gray Card. VAT will be payable on the Hammer Price and Buyers Premium at the standard rate in Switzerland.
45 1949 Alfa Romeo 6C2500SS Pininfarina Cabriolet 915*756 * CHF380,000 CHF430,000 $383,800 $434,300 Chassis number ‘915.756’ left the factory on 16th March 1949 and was dispatched on 10th October as a completed car (with body) to Società per il Commercio Prodotti Alfa Romeo in Lugano, Switzerland where it was first registered in 1950. Its origins are confirmed by Angelo Anselmi’s book Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 and Morlacchi and Salvetti’s Alfa Romeo 6C 2300-2500. Completely restored between 1990 and 2010, the car is presented in beautiful condition – the engine, gearbox, brakes, and suspension all working as they should. Offered with Swiss Gray Card, this Farina-bodied Pinin 6C 2500 Convertible represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire a classic Alfa Romeo eligible for all the most important historic rallies, Concours d’Elegance events and other prestigious gatherings. VAT will be payable on the Hammer Price and Buyers Premium at the standard rate in Switzerland.
46 1958 Porsche 356A Speedster 84294 CHF250,000 CHF350,000 $252,500 $353,500 A matching-numbers 1958 model completed on the 16th of December 1957, this pristine example was delivered to the new Hoffman in New York. The vendor purchased the Speedster two years ago from the previous owner, who had imported it from the USA. Since then the car has been comprehensively restored, including a full engine rebuild, by Porsche Zentrum Bern, whose detailed invoices totaling CHF 41,738 are on file. Presented in quite beautiful condition, this most desirable of Porsche 356 models is offered with Certificate of Authenticity, Swiss Carte Gray and the aforementioned invoices. VAT will be payable on the Hammer Price and Buyers Premium at the standard rate in Switzerland.
47 1959 Ferrari 250GT Pininfarina Coupe 1583GT CHF600,000 CHF700,000 $606,000 $707,000 According to the accompanying Massini Report, chassis number ‘1583’ is the 228th of the 353 units built and as a ‘Series II’ car has the added advantage of disc brakes all round. The chassis entered Carrozzeria Pinin Farina’s plant in Turin on 25th November 1959 was finally completed back at the Ferrari factory in March 1960. That same month the car was sold to its first owner, Filature A Brambilla di Verres SA, a textile manufacturer founded in 1940 and located in Milan, Italy. The original colour combination was the rather fetching combination of Grigio Fumo with a turquoise interior. When purchased by the current owner in 1992 from Ferrari importers IFS in Nyon, Switzerland, the Ferrari had already been refinished in its present colour combination of red with a tan leather interior. The odometer reading at that time was recorded as circa 51,000 kilometres. The custodian embarked upon a comprehensive restoration, which commenced in 1993 when the interior was re-upholstered with tan Connolly leather and the headlining renewed. This was done by Ferrari restorers Sportgarage Leirer of Stein, Switzerland at a cost of CHF 17,470 (invoice on file). The next step in the car’s restoration was the replacement of the windscreen and rear window rubber seals, which was done at IFS in October 1993 for CHF 2,360 (invoice on file). A comprehensive engine overhaul followed in December 1996, this time undertaken by Ferrari and Rolls-Royce main agents Garage Beau Rivage of Lausanne, which cost no less than CHF 78,650 (detailed invoice on file). To finish the restoration, the car was treated to a bare-metal re-spray in Rosso Corsa at Ferrari bodywork specialists Carrosserie S. Di Dio in Crissier, Switzerland costing CHF 29,000. The odometer at the time of cataloguing was 59,138 kilometres, showing that the car has only covered some 8,000 kilometres since its acquisition in 1992 and subsequent restoration. Not surprisingly, the vendor describes the car as in very good cosmetic condition. However, when driving the car and after a Ferrari dealership inspection, we noticed that the clutch will need to be replaced quote on file. This beautiful matching-numbers Ferrari 250 GT comes with Swiss registration documents and a FIVA Identity Card issued in July 2019.
48 2010 Lamborghini Reventon Roadster ZHWBE91N9ALA03997 * CHF1,650,000 CHF2,000,000 $1,666,500 $2,020,000 Finished in gray with black interior, this ultra-rare piece of supercar exotica has only covered 2,400 kilometers from new and used. The car was sold by Lamborghini Porrentruy and has had only one owner. It will be offered for sale by Lamborghini Porrentruy, and comes with Swiss Carte Grise and all of its original books. VAT will be payable on the Hammer Price and Buyers Premium at the standard rate in Switzerland.
49 2010 Ferrari California 271303 CHF300,000 CHF400,000 N/R $303,000 $404,000 The California offered here is one of only five built-in six-speed manual gearboxes. Delivered new in Switzerland, this car has only one owner and has covered only some 31,000 kilometers from new. Specification highlights include the following: Presented in the excellent condition, this fabulous and exclusive Ferrari supercar is offered with Swiss Gray Card.
50 2011 Ferrari 599SA Aperta 182510 * CHF1,000,000 CHF1,300,000 $1,010,000 $1,313,000 Currently in the hands of its second owner, this car has covered only 2,634 kilometres since it left the factory and is presented in effectively ‘as new’ condition and accident free. It has been serviced on four occasions: by supplying dealer Ferrari Autoropa in 2013 and 2014, and by Ferrari Basel (Niki Hasler) in 2015 and 2018. Only some 30 or so kilometres have been covered since the last service. Accompanying documentation includes a factory Certificate of Authenticity, Ferrari Classiche ‘Red Book’, original manual and user guide (in German), original warranty booklet, and a Swiss Carte Grise.
51 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Cabriolet WP0ZZZ91ZKS152612 CHF130,000 CHF180,000 $131,300 $181,800 This gorgeous Turbo Look Speedster has been supplied with catalyst. Finished in Indian Red with black interior, this manual transmission model has only 89,100 kilometers of new weather conditions. This Speedster is absolutely accident-free and in every respect. The service book, Swiss Fahrzeugausweis, technical inspection, and a functional inspection checklist dated 21st August 2019, which is completely satisfactory.
52 1949 Jaguar XK120 Roadster 670462 CHF100,000 CHF140,000 $101,000 $141,400 This Jaguar XK120 roadster was commissioned in 1950 by the Vice-Consul of Germany Mannel Brisens. He moved the XK to his new station in the United States and kept the car until 1961. Three successive owners are documented. In 2014, the Jaguar was brought back to Switzerland by the current owner. It underwent a complete technical restoration at the specialized engineer Paul L. Suter of Ponte Capriasca, Switzerland. The instruments have been restored by specialist Peter Schreurs in Holland. The car retains its original engine – W1639-8 – with the corresponding “no-ears” cylinder head cover. She received her FIVA papers in 2016. To make it more enjoyable to drive on the mountain roads of Switzerland, the car has been greatly improved, but all interventions are reversible. There are Coopercraft disc brakes on the front, a 123-ignition electronic ignition, a Tremec T5 five-speed gearbox, a high-performance Serck Motorsport aluminum radiator, an electric fan (manually operated), a stainless steel vase. clear expansion for coolant and a complete stainless steel exhaust system with side exit (as originally to chassis LHD 672143, RHD 660093). In addition, the electrical system has been converted to negative ground and upgraded, with a 65A WOSP alternator (which looks like the original Lucas dynamo), two 12 Volt batteries in parallel, a Lucas style breaker, lights also used as turn signals and front turn signals integrated in the original parking lights. Other interesting features are the rear shock absorbers with reinforced arms and the barrel cover in black era canvas. The documentation provided includes various invoices, a full status report, a Heritage certificate, the New York Historic Registration, the Swiss Registration Document, and the FIVA Passport.
53 1991 Porsche 911/964 Carrera 2 WP0ZZZ96ZMS407838 CHF90,000 CHF150,000 $90,900 $151,500 This manual transmission Porsche 911 Type 964 Carrera 2 Coupe was first registered to Porsche AG on 24th July 1991. The original Fahrzeugbrief is on file, recording the owner as Dr. Eng HCF Porsche AG and the registration as’ S-LA 6706 ‘, and the Porsche also confirms that the country of delivery / dealer was’ Germany, Porsche Werkswagen . This Carrera 2 was retained by the factory as a ‘Farbmusterwagen’ (color sample car) for marketing purposes. In addition to its striking and unique color scheme of light blue metallic (39P – S2060-24 BASF), this product incorporates several other-considered features such as the steering wheel and the seam around the airbag. Its specification includes a Blaupunkt Bremen radio, electrically adjustable seats, green-tinted windscreen, air conditioning, electric sunroof, steering wheel airbag with leather trim, and 7 “x17” and 8 “x17” wheels. It is also worthwhile noting that it should be a Phase 1 model, but it should be a pre-production Phase 2. Currently displaying a total of 149,000 kilometers on the odometer, the car is described as having an accident, without rust, and in very good condition. Accompanying documentation consists of the service booklet, Austrian registration papers, TüV valid until July 2020, and the complete approval history. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
56 1989 Mercedes-Benz 500SL Convertible WDB12906617003377 CHF35,000 CHF45,000 N/R $35,350 $45,450 This outstanding example of Mercedes-Benz’s luxury flagship was sold to Gunter Sachs, the famous German photographer, documentary film-maker, author, industrialist and third husband of Brigitte Bardot, Swedish trainer model, Mirja Larsson. The Mercedes was next owned by the seller in the year 2018, and it was sold in 2018. Finished in the desirable color scheme. It is offered with Swiss registration papers and its stamped service booklet. Top of the range, the highest-performance model in 1989 and European-delivered, this is the one to have.
57 2003 Aston Martin DB7 Zagato Coupe SCFAE22353K700096 CHF380,000 CHF500,000 $383,800 $505,000 Number ’96’ of the 99 cars produced, this very late example was built in June 2003 and first registered in December of that year. A desirable manual transmission model, the Zagato was delivered new in February 2004 by Kroymans Aston Martin in Holland to Mr Mak Van Waay (see pre-order correspondence on file). In 2006 the Aston moved to Germany where it was registered by a Mr Berthold, and in 2012 found its way to Switzerland. The current owner bought the car to add to his distinguished Aston Martin collection. Used sparingly, this beautiful Zagato is untouched and remains highly original. Presented in excellent condition, this exclusive and exotic Aston Martin is offered with a Certificate of Conformity, Swiss registration papers, Abgas-Dokument, and its personalised DB7 Zagato book with badge (‘DB7 Zagato, car 096 of 099’).
58 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Clone 7F02C123942 CHF90,000 CHF120,000 $90,900 $121,200 One of the most famous of all Mustangs is that known as ‘Eleanor’, the Shelby GT500 that starred in the 1974 B-movie Gone in Sixty Seconds, which was remade in 2000 with Nicholas Cage starring as the central car-thief character. Indeed, such is the continuing level of interest in the production of the GT500 later in the US with Carroll Shelby’s blessing, using the original Mustang bodyshells. Restored in 2014 as an ‘Eleanor’ look-alike, this manual transmission GT500 currently displays a total of 3,775 kilometers on the odometer and is described by the private seller in excellent condition. Finished in gray with black leather interior,
59 1938 Horch 853A Sport Cabriolet 854126 CHF250,000 CHF350,000 N/R $252,500 $353,500 The 853A proposed here was acquired in Ukraine in 2012 and has undergone a four-year restoration at Horch Classic, during which all mechanical components have been redone, including the engine and axles. The engine received new pistons and bearings, the camshaft and crankshaft drive were overhauled, the crankshaft and flywheel were accurately balanced and the engine bench tested for 20 hours, before to be reassembled. A fully synchronized five-speed Getrag gearbox was preferred for its reliability and ease of use (later, the eight-cylinder Horch used five-speed gearboxes). An original Horch ZF box, found by the seller, is included in the sale. The chassis has been restored with new metal when needed and a specially constructed harness with a varnished cotton cladding completes the authentic look. The body has been restored preserving as much as possible the original panels and the original wooden frame has been rebuilt to ensure the solidity of the car for many years. After its restoration, the bodywork was painted black and the interior was covered with beige leather embroidered with the Horch logo, while the wool carpets were piped with the same leather as the seats. Unexpectedly, the car has been restored without the usual two-sided spare wheels, giving it a smoother, sharper line than most other models, adding a touch of lightness and grace. For’ Sold with an original catalog of the 853A, here is a beautiful copy of one of the great European classics of his time. Entirely restored and offered for a fraction of its purchase price and catering, this powerful and refined Horch 853A – is offered in its most attractive version, the fabulous Gläser cabriolet.
60 2008 Ferrari 430 Scuderia 163729 CHF200,000 CHF250,000 N/R $202,000 $252,500 The 430 Scuderia offered here was originally delivered in its native Italy in January 2009, then passed to a large Italian collection from which the current owner acquired it in 2016. It is finished in Argento Nürburgring, while the interior features Nero Alcantara upholstery, furnishing point racing harnesses, and plentiful carbon fiber. Rosso, the latter a very eye-catching touch. Yellow Scuderia shields are fitted to the front wings, while the dashboard boasts a yellow-faced tachometer. Following the current owner’s acquisition, the car was serviced in February 2017 by Motor Service Srl of Modena, which includes changing the oil and brake fluid and fitting new tires. The car’s condition is described as exceptional overall, with less than 2,000 kilometers covered since 2008, and it would undoubtedly be a real thrill for future track days or as a complement to the road-going F430 in one’s collection. VAT will be payable on the Hammer Price and Buyers Premium at the standard rate in Switzerland.
61 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti 145751 * CHF35,000 CHF45,000 N/R $35,350 $45,450 The 612 Scaglietti proposed here was acquired a few years ago from a large Italian collection. The car underwent a 30,000 km overhaul in early 2017 and has been very well cared for ever since. It sports a spectacular Nero livery, inside and out, with the optional Scuderia crest and F1 transmission. Accompanied by its original booklets and manuals, this 612 Scaglietti with its elegant color and attractive equipment, as well as its evocation of iconic models of the brand, will make an ideal complement to any private Ferrari collection. Needless to say, it will also be just wonderful to drive, for which its creator designed it.
62 1941 Mercedes-Benz 230 Limousine A 129874 CHF75,000 CHF85,000 N/R $75,750 $85,850 The 230 Limousine A offered here is well presented and has the schiebedach, or sliding fabric sunroof, which opens up the entire interior so that both driver and passengers can enjoy fresh air and sunshine. The body has been restored to its original factory standard, with generally good brightwork and paint. Noteworthy features include a mirror spotlight, trafficators, and dual side-mounted spares, the latter adding a touch of elegance. The interior is upholstered in black leather in good condition, with matching carpeting, beige fabric headliner, and nicely varnished original woodwork surrounding restored instruments. A charming and well-presented ‘small’ Mercedes-Benz of its era, this car would make a fine counterpoint to the 500 K or 540 K in one’s collection. It has its own distinctive charm and fine style, and would provide a wonderful driving experience for its new owner.
63 2013 Mercedes-Benz G500 Final Edition WDB 463 202 1X21 5820 CHF280,000 CHF330,000 $282,800 $333,300 This Mercedes-Benz G500 Convertible Final Edition has a unique appearance and is presented in ‘as new’ condition. The card is offered with Swiss Carte Gray and technical inspection. VAT will be payable on the Hammer Price and Buyers Premium at the standard rate in Switzerland.
64 2018 Mercedes-Benz G65 Final Edition WDCYC7EF9JX292072 CHF280,000 CHF390,000 $282,800 $393,900 With a high ground clearance and long-travel suspension, the Mercedes-AMG G 65 offered a crossing capability, beyond what most of its customers would never use, with stylish handling. and a limited road congestion. Outstanding features included bronze-colored 21-inch alloy wheels, silver brake calipers, AMG Sport sidewall stickers and many bronze accents. As agreed, this special model was also equipped with a high quality interior, equipped with the Designo Exclusive pack in black nappa leather with carbon fiber side cushions and light brown stitching. Comfort was assured thanks to the heated / refrigerated multi-contour seats for the front passengers. Like all models in the series, Probably the occasion of a lifetime to become the owner of this rare, very exclusive and luxurious 4×4, this G 65 AMG Final Edition has never been used and looks “like new”. Delivered new in Kuwait, the car is sold with his Kuwaiti registration card. VAT, vehicle tax and customs duties at current rates will be payable on this lot if the vehicle remains in Switzerland.
65 2018 Mercedes-Maybach G650 Laundalette WDCYCE7F4JX292142 * CHF850,000 CHF1,050,000 $858,500 $1,060,500 There have been countless updates to the Type 463 since then and one of the most recent variants released, one of the most recent being the Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet, announced in 2017. Mercedes had revived the moribund Maybach brand back in 1997 The Landaulet was the first SUV released under the Mercedes-Maybach sub-brand. It is based on a lengthened G500 platform, featuring a folding fabric at the back of the model. The G 650 retains the G 500’s running gear with suspension redesigned for extra comfort, while the bonnet reveals the same AMG-tuned twin-turbocharged V12 engine found in the G 65 AMG, though with more power (630bhp) in its new home. The Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet is a unique and rare luxury vehicle that can be seen in the market. Delivered to Kuwait, the car is offered with a Kuwait Registration Card. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
66 2016 Aston Martin Lagonda Tarif SCFTMDCS5GGS50049 * CHF850,000 CHF1,050,000 $858,500 $1,060,500 Production began in 2015, with Aston Martin claiming that only 100 cars would be built. When Andy Palmer became president of the company, he decided to market Taraf worldwide. The number of cars considered was increased to 200 but only 120 were delivered when production ceased towards the end of December 2016. In a completely appropriate way, given the original rationale of the model, this Lagonda Taraf was delivered new in Kuwait. Presented in a “like-new” state, and having covered only 83 kilometers since leaving the Gaydon factory, this ultra-rare and seductive work of automotive exoticism is sold with its Kuwaiti registration card. VAT, vehicle tax and customs duties at current rates will be payable on this lot if the vehicle remains in Switzerland. As Bonhams remains the guarantor of customs duties and taxes, this car can not be recovered by the buyer or its carrier immediately after the sale.
67 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta 211268 CHF530,000 CHF750,000 $535,300 $757,500 Delivered new to Kuwait, this 458 Speciale Aperta has covered a mere 145 kilometers since it left the factory and is presented in effectively ‘as new’ condition. Representing a wonderful opportunity to own one of the most exciting, this beautiful 458 Speciale Aperta is offered with a Kuwaiti Registration Card. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
68 2005 Ford GT 1FAFP90SX54400856 CHF300,000 CHF400,000 $303,000 $404,000 One of only 101 produced for the European market, this beautiful example was first registered in Frauenfeld, Switzerland on 5th of October 2005 and has had only two owners from new. The current owner has been sparingly, covering only some 1,500 kilometers. This Ford GT has been maintained with great care since its acquisition (see service invoice on file dated 2016 at 5,819km). The car is offered with its service manual; a canceled Swiss registration document; Ford GT cover; and a document confirming that the airbags were replaced in 2017 by an official Ford dealer as part of the open recall issued by Ford. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this lot if the remains in Switzerland.
69 2015 Jaguar E-Type Series III Roadster Beacham UC1S73059BW CHF170,000 CHF220,000 $171,700 $222,200 Based on a US-market Series 3 V12 2+2 Coupé, the example offered here was completed in 2015 and first registered in the UK on 21st July of that year, since when it has had two owners. Finished in dark blue metallic with tan leather interior, this E-Type has automatic transmission and features power steering, air conditioning, electric folding roof, ABS, electrically operated seats and boot lid, removable hard top, electric windows, trip computer, CD player, and an alarm. Only 1,144 kilometres have been covered from new and the car is presented in commensurately good condition. VAT, Car Tax and Customs Duty at the standard rates will be payable on this Lot if the car remains in Switzerland.
70 1991 Ferrari Testarossa 91342 CHF70,000 CHF100,000 N/R $70,700 $101,000 Delivered new to Switzerland, this beautiful example of the legendary is a total of 47,830 kilometers on the odometer. The most recent service was carried out at 43,500 kilometers when the cam belts and tensioners were changed. The current sale of the Ferrari in June 2015, since when it has been serviced in-house. Offered for sale by Swiss / Italian collector, this stunning Testarossa comes with KFZ Classic Data Certificate; Swiss Carte Gray: MFK (roadworthiness certificate) issued 23rd September 2019; books and service booklet in their original leather wallet.
71 1955 MG TF 1500 Roadster HDB46/8220 CHF30,000 CHF40,000 N/R $30,300 $40,400 Sold by a Swiss / Italian collector, this TF 1500 has its FIVA passport, its Swiss historic vehicle registration papers and its MFK (Road Traffic Certificate) document dated 23/24 September 2019. The MG has been restored, but the date and details of the work done are not known.
72 2009 Ferrari 599GTB 166667 CHF135,000 CHF180,000 N/R $136,350 $181,800 Offered for sale by a Swiss / Italian collector, the fabulous and exclusive Ferrari supercar offered by Ferrari dealer Garage Foitek in Zurich, Switzerland. Between February 2017 and February 2018, marking the 70th anniversary of Ferrari, this car was displayed at the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena where it was photographed with Enzo’s his Piero and John Elkann, Chairman of Ferrari, whose grandfather was Gianni Agnelli, CEO of FIAT (photograph on file). This is the only 599 displayed at the Museo Ferrari for the brand’s 70th anniversary and comes with its Attestation of Esposizione certificate (it should be noted that the final digit is missing from the chassis). We are advised that Toni (Enzo Ferrari’s private mechanic) in March 2018 at 22.435 kilometers. 599 GTB is offered with Swiss Carte Grise; its original service booklet; and sundry invoices issued by Garage Foitek.
73 1972 Jaguar E-Type Series III Coupe UC1S73335 CHF40,000 CHF60,000 N/R $40,400 $60,600 Originally built for the North American market, indicated by the U prefix in the chassis number, this Type E 3 Series left-hand drive is equipped with air conditioning and the attractive and rare manual gearbox. We are advised that the bodywork has been completely restored a few years ago, while the interior has remained largely original outside the new seat pads made in 2011. Completely revised in 2007 with new racing cylinder heads and an ignition electric, the V12 develops 300 PS (295 hp). Offered by a Swiss / Italian collector, this Type E is sold with its KFZ certificate of collection vehicle, its Swiss registration certificate, and its MFK (Road Traffic Certificate) dated September 23, 2019.
74 2003 Ferrari 360 Challenge 127416 * CHF85,000 CHF125,000 N/R $85,850 $126,250 This F360 Challenge, one of 180 built, previously belonged to the Ferrari specialist, Kessel Racing in Switzerland. Sold by an international collector from Modena, the car was last overhauled (9,800 km) by the Rolf Plüss garage in Teufenthal, Switzerland – receiving new camshaft belts, as well as a clutch and gearbox. new – and is described as being in very good condition. Taxes were paid in Switzerland and the car is sold with its Fahrzeug Datenblatt (vehicle data sheet) and an expert report. It will be possible to reconvert this F360 Challenge to a road use if the next owner wishes it.
75 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider 99186 CHF55,000 CHF75,000 N/R $55,550 $75,750 Red with black leather interior, this 348 Spider has been delivered new in Switzerland and is sold by a Swiss / Italian collector. Never hilly, the car currently has a total of only 27,510 kilometers on the clock and has been revised to approximately 23,000 kilometers, since which time it has been maintained at home. This car is equipped with a five-speed manual transmission with the traditional Ferrari H grille, and it also has 18-inch wheels, leather luggage and an original leather tool kit. Tried in May 2015, the car is described by the seller as being in very good condition and is sold with its manual and maintenance booklet, its KFZ certificate of collection vehicle, its Swiss registration certificate,
76 1995 Ferrari 456GT 101039 CHF40,000 CHF60,000 N/R $40,400 $60,600 Newly delivered in Switzerland, this elegant 456 GT is dark blue with gray leather interior and covered 74,798 kilometers of origin. We are told that four new tires were fitted in July 2015, when the car only traveled 200 kilometers. Sold by a Swiss / Italian collector, this beautiful and modern Ferrari is accompanied by various invoices, its original instruction manual and its maintenance booklet, its KFZ certificate of vintage car, its Swiss certificate of registration, his document MFK (Road Traffic Certificate) dated 24 September 2019.
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