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Bonhams Paris – February 6th, 2020

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11am, February 6th, 2020

The Grand Palais, Paris, France

56 years in the ownership of Geoffrey St John and his Estate The 1932 ex-Le Comte Guy Bouriat/Louis Chiron Le Mans 24-Hours ,1931 Bugatti Type 55 Two-Seat Supersport  Chassis no. 55221 Engine no. 26 (ex-car 55223)

Bonhams took over the Retromobile mantle from Christies and the first two years hosted the official Retromobile sale. These two years coincided with a renewed impetus in the Motoring department and they offered the Saoutchik bodied Mercedes that may be a frequent flier but is one of the most beautiful cars ever built and then the barn find Earl Howe Bugatti Type 57S Atalante and did spectacularly well for the period. A poor 2010 sale was followed by Artcurial becoming the official Retromobile sale hosts and Bonhams has since struggled to sustain any momentum, the sale becoming more of a boutique sale. Normally a place to buy quirky French exotica not seen anywhere else, 2020 sees Bonhams lift this sale into one that’s comparable with the best anywhere. It truly will be one to watch.

Key – Year – sold/ offered/ % – Gross total US$ – Top sale US$

2008 49/68 (72%) $14,315,859 $3,363,388 1928 Mercedes-Benz S-Type
2009 56/81 (69%) $14,547,464 $4,373,033 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Atalante
2010 56/97 (58%) $7,771,601 $671,412 1935 Hispano-Suiza T56
2011 53/87 (61%) $11,548,623 $1,285,403 1933 Bugatti Type 51
2012 78/132 (59%) $9,291,074 $1,325,113 1961 Aston Martin DB4GT
2013 88/123 (72%) $14,912,258 $1,090,453 1961 Aston Martin DB4
2014 105/149 (70%) $21,595,521 $2,993,640 1968 Ferrari 275GTB/4
2015 111/143 (78%) $24,719,499 $2,139,431 1965 Aston Martin DB5
2016 79/131 (60%) $12,273,450 $683,005 1961 Aston Martin DB4
2017 96/130 (74%) $15,992,500 $2,151,765 1935 Aston Martin Ulster
2018 103/135 (76%) $18,545,789 $875,065 1904 Fiat 24/32HP

2019 99/140 (71%) $13,509,449 $1,801,876 1939 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A

Bugatti had enormous success with the Type 35 Grand Prix and Type 43 sportscar but decided to develop an all new fast road car and with a new much stronger Type 47/54 chassis and the advanced supercharged 2.3 litre Straight 8 from the Type 51 had the basis of this new car. The Type 55 was the state of the art road car and more than a match for the Alfa Romeo 8C and Bentley Blower but perhaps lacked the road manners of the others. Bonhams Bugatti Type 55 has a unique story beginning with it being built as a standard 2.3 Litre Supersports for Bugatti team driver Guy Bouriat to enter for the 1932 Le Mans 24 Hours. Bouriat and Chiron were entered and were highly competitive. Unfortunately the Type 55 ran fifth for the first three hours before running out of fuel thanks to a holed fuel tank and being disqualified for refuelling before the minimum 30 laps. The second owner, Jacquees Dupuy, decided to have it rebodied by Figoni and noted it was capable of 125mph.

Dupuy soon entered the Type 55 in the Paris-Nice rally where he won before it passed through various French ownerships. The Type 55 was finally consigned to Gaston Docime in 1955 with its engine removed and remained there until 1962 when a British collector bought it to add to the other two Type 55s he already owned. AA Morse soon sold the Figoni bodied car and by the mid 1963 it was bought by Geoffrey St John for £750. St John restored the car using engine 26 from #55-223 and retained it until his passing and his estate is offering it at this auction. So that’s the good news, unfortunately the bad is that in mid 1994 Mr St. John was driving through France and was struck by a drunk driver which caused untold amounts of damage. St. John restored the Type 55 again and it is said to retain 90% of its original chassis and most of its original parts. Bugattis that survived the 1950s and 1960s were almost always subject to parting out and rebuilding without regard to originality and most Type 55s are also rebodied, re-engined or otherwise lacking. This Type 55 is no different and while the very best are $10 million propositions, I feel Bonhams €4 – 7 mil. ($4.4 – 7.7 mil.) estimate is bang on. Its understandable that someone might consider this Type 55 originality issues less important and bid the higher amount, if not the lower amount is nothing to sniff at.

56 years in the ownership of Geoffrey St John and his Estate The 1932 ex-Le Comte Guy Bouriat/Louis Chiron Le Mans 24-Hours ,1931 Bugatti Type 55 Two-Seat Supersport  Chassis no. 55221 Engine no. 26 (ex-car 55223)

Ferrari had dominated the sportscar racing world although Porsche were capable of the odd upset and Ford, Matra and others were planning their 1965/6 campaigns. Porsche were totally dominant in the sub 2 litre category and especially the newly popular hillclimb championships while Ferrari already had a new 65 degree V6 on the drawing board based on the engine developed for the Dino SP of the late 1950s. Ferrari announced their 1965 race programme including a new 168SP race car that was based on this engine and a scaled down tubular chassis based on the contemporary P2 series. The new 166SP as it was launched with the 1.6 litre v6 in 190bhp form and with incredibly light weight they were successful straight away. An improved 2 litre engine was fitted to create the 206SP mid year and with Scarfiotti at the wheel it took out the European Mountain Championship. Such was the success of the type that Ferrari announced a program to build 50 production cars to enable it to take part in the Group 4 championship. Ultimately Italian unions and internal machinations saw just 18 built and they were relegated to running in Group 6 with much more powerful cars and Ferrari put little effort into racing them after 1965 and their success became limited.

Bonhams are offering the 11th of the 18 cars on offer and was sold to wealthy Italian amateur Clemente Ravetto who entered it in Italian hillclimbs and the Monza 1000km where it was run by Ravetto/ di Giardinelli and retired with engine failure. Pietro Lo Piccolo purchased the car in 1968 and had it rebuilt into Spider form before entering it in the 1970 Targa Florio and further local races. Jess Pourret and Pierre Bardinon later owned the car before passing to Jack Setton in 1984 and has remained in totally original condition and basically unused since acquisition. Recent sales are few and far between but prices for the better examples had been in the $2.5 – 4 million range since 2007 and the market hasn’t moved that much. While this is a totally original example, it lacks the competition record of some and is in the less pretty Montagna form while it will require a big expense to get it ready to drive. As such I can’t imagine more than about the $3 million mark for this lovely 206SP.

The ex-Clemente Ravetto, Pietro lo Piccolo, Bardinon Collection,Ferrari  Dino 206S/SP Racing Sports Prototype  Chassis no. 022 Engine no. 022,Ferrari  Dino 206S/SP Racing Sports Prototype  Chassis no. 022 Engine no. 022

Mercedes developed the 500k as their ultimate sportingly luxurious road car in the mid 1930s and made it available with multiple different coachwork styles. Arguably the finest was the Cabriolet A and Bonhams are offering an example of the 500K Cabriolet A that was originally sold to noted French actor Henri Garat. Recently restored to magnificent quality and with just three owners from new this is one of the best examples of the breed. The €1.5 – 2 mil. ($1.65 – 2.2 mil.) estimate is market correct for the quality.

First owned by Henry Garat, 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Cabriolet A Chassis no.  123779

Bugatti rationalised their model range into one, the Type 57, and offered it in a wealth of different forms to compensate but in doing so created one of the greatest 1930s cars yet made. Bonhams are offering two of the finest examples, an Atalante and Stelvio, the Atalante is a former French car that ended up in Scotland where it was stored for 32 years from ’55. After being purchased by an American in 1987 this Atalante was restored to 100 point perfection before recently joining a UK collection. The second car was one of the beautiful DHC built by Gangloff and was displayed at the Paris Salon in 1939 before passing through three owners and is offered in highly original condition with just 47,000 km from new. The Atalante is estimated at €1.5 – 1.8 mil ($1.65 – 1.98 mil.), the Stelvio at €1.35 – 1.65 mil. ($1.485 – 1.815 mil.) and while the Atalante is market correct, the Stelvio is likely 100 – 200k too expensive. Stunning cars and more than worthy of the ask.

1938 Bugatti Type 57 Atalante Coupé  Chassis no. 57633
One of the very last pre-war Bugattis produced before the outbreak of WWII, only 45 708 kilometers from new,,1939 Bugatti Type 57C Stelvio Cabriolet  Chassis no. 57836 Engine no. 93C

Invicta had been making quality cars for many years when the new Meadows 4.5 litre engine became available and they launched the S-Type Low chassis in 1930. Just 75 of these cars were built and all were tagged as being capable of 100mph which was plenty for a fast road car in the early 1930s. Bonhams example is S75, nicknamed Scout and offered with known history since 1938 and in very well loved original condition. That said only one Invicta has ever really exceeded $1 million and that was a car with Brooklands racing history. Bonhams has offered an estimate of €1.2 – 1.5 mil. ($1.32 – 1.65 mil.) but I would be surprised if this car gets to that number, perhaps $1.2 million would be more appropriate.

1931 Invicta 4½-Litre S-Type Low Chassis Sports 'Scout'  Chassis no. S75  Engine no. LG6/451/S4

Mercedes Benz began their post war renaissance with the 300SL Gullwing and its replacement the 300SL Roadster continued to add to Mercedes reputation. The ultimate 300SL Roadsters are those with aluminium engine blocks and disc brakes, just 200 of which would be built between 1961 and 63. Bonhams have offered a €1.3 – 1.5 mil. ($1.43 – 1.65 mil.) estimate and but for the twenty year old restoration its totally worth the ask.

1963 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster with Factory Hardtop  Chassis no. 198042-10-003245

Bugatti had immense success with the 2 litre Type 35 but the new Voiturette regulations required a 1.5 engine and Bugatti developed a short stroke straight 8 to compete in the category. #4607 was run at the Grand Prix de Tourisme at Montlhery where Foresti used it to finish third. Bugatti entered five of these in the Voiturette class at the Italian GP at Monza where Foresti again drove it, to finish 7th. Two of these Type 39s were then sold via Colonel Sorel in the UK to Australia where they were raced with success through 1933 before suffering the indignity of a Ford V8 transplant. The old Bug would be raced through 1954 before being sold to Bob King who began a multi year rebuild to its original Monza spec. Two owners later this Type 39 represents a good example of a very rare Bugatti Grand Prix car and would be a cornerstone to any collection. While it isn’t 100% original it must be noted that its still more original than many Bugatti and is well worth Bonhams €1.05 – 1.4 mil. ($1.15 – 1.54 mil.) estimate.

The Ex-works/Giulio Foresti, Ex-Carl Junker 1931 Australian GP-winning,1925 Bugatti Type 39 Grand prix Racing Two-Seater  Chassis no. 4607 Engine no. 7

Delage developed the D8 in the very late 1920s and a few years later debuted the replacement D8S with its 4 litre straight 8 and advanced chassis. The various D8s would go on to gain a reputation as one of the best 1930s classics bar none. Bonhams D8S was delivered to the UK after Chapron had bodied it and was eventually discovered in the USA where it remained before returning to Europe in 1994 and being restored to perfection. A rather elegant but not exciting Delage, this car is likely worth the low end of Bonhams €800k – 1.2 mil. ($880 – 1.32 mil.) estimate.

1935 Delage D8S Cabriolet Special Chassis no.  39332

Wilfredo Ricart was hired by ENASA, a bus and truck maker, to create a new spanish sportscar in the early 1950s and as he had done at Alfa Romeo developed an incredibly complex vehicle that was light years ahead of anything Ferrari were then making. The Pegaso (Spanish for Pegasus) was never a big seller but remains a fascinating 1950s exotica. Bonhams example has rather unusual Enasa Cabriolet coachwork that is elegant if not particularly sporty but would be welcome at any driving or concours event. Based on other Pegaso sales Bonhams €800k – 1.2 mil. ($880k – 1.32 mil.) estimate is a touch steep but perhaps value at the low estimate.

1952 Pegaso Z-102 2.8-Liter Cabriolet Chassis no.  0102-153-0171

Other pre-war highlights include:

  • 1915 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost London – Edinburgh Limousine – Est. €250- 350k ($275 – 385k)
  • 1922 Bugatti Type 23 Torpedo Sports – Est. €500 – 600k ($550 – 660k)
  • 1926 Hispano-Suiza H6B Derham Convertible Phaeton – Est. €325 – 450k ($357 – 495k)
  • 1934 Talbot 105 Tourer – Est. €800k – 1.1 mil. ($880k – 1.21 mil.)
  • 1935 Delahaye 135 Coupe des Alpes Labourdette Coupe – Est. €180 – 220k ($198 – 242k)
  • 1935 Talbot Lago T120 Sport Cabriolet – Est. €120 – 160k ($132 – 176k)
  • 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet B – Est. €650 – 750k ($715 – 825k)
  • 1938 Delahaye 135M Chapron Cabriolet – Est. €200 – 300k ($220 – 330k)
1926  Hispano-Suiza  H6B Convertible Phaeton  Chassis no. 11392 Engine no. 301424

Mid century highlights include:

  • 1952 Delahaye 235 Antem Cabriolet – Est. €210 – 260k ($231 – 286k)
  • 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900C SZ Coupe – Est. €750 – 1 mil. ($825k – 1.1 mil.)
  • 1955 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark II DHC – Est. €370 – 420k ($407 – 462k)
  • 1955 Elva Mark IB Sports Racer – Est. €90 – 120k ($99 – 132k)
  • 1956 Facel Vega FV2 – Est. €140 – 180k ($154 – 198k)
  • 1959 Maserati 3500GT Coupe – Est. €150- 200k ($165 – 220k)
  • 1961 Jaguar Mark 2 – Est. €180 – 240k ($198 – 264k)
  • 1973 Maserati Bora – Est. €150 – 220k ($165 – 242k)
  • 1976 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale – Est. €400 – 500k ($440 – 550k)
1956  Facel Vega FV2 Coupé  Chassis no. FV2 56056

Modern collectible highlights are:

  • 1987 Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evoluzione Group A – Est. €120 – 180k ($132 – 198k)
  • 1988 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale – Est. €550 – 650k ($605 – 715k)
  • 1988 Lancia Delta HF Group A – Est. €280 – 320k ($308 – 352k)
  • 2008 Ferrari 430 Scuderia – Est. €175 – 250k ($192 – 275k)
  • 2016 Zagato Mostro Coupe – Est. €600 – 900k ($660 – 990k)
  • 2019 MAT Stratos Coupe – Est. €700 – 900k ($770 – 990k)
Ex-Bob van der Sluis, 1987 Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evoluzione A1 / IMSA Specification Chassis no.  33275601 / AR 026

Affordable highlights include:

  • 1969 Porsche 911E 2.0 Targa – Est. €75 – 95k ($82 – 104k)
  • 1959 Citroen DS19 Prestige – Est. €60 – 90k ($66 – 99k)
  • 1985 BMW 635CSi – Est. €30 – 40k ($33 – 44k)
  • 1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Convertible – Est. €30 – 40k ($33 – 44k)
1959 Citroen DS19 Prestige Saloon Chassis no.  61964

Key – Lot # – Year – Make – Model – Chassis/ VIN – Est EURO – Low/High – N.R = No Reserve – Est. US$ – Low/High

201 1943 BMW R75 Military Motorcycle Combination 765988 €18,000 €24,000 N/R $19,800 $26,400
202 1964 Lamborghini 2R Tractor 15610 €22,000 €27,000 N/R $24,200 $29,700
203 1960 Austin-Healey Sprite Mark I Roadster AHSL44421 €25,000 €35,000 N/R $27,500 $38,500
204 1985 Mercedes-Benz 280GE WDB46023217063144 €30,000 €45,000 N/R $33,000 $49,500
205 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Convertible WDB1070411A063870 €20,000 €30,000 N/R $22,000 $33,000
206 1960 Jaguar Mark 2 3.8 Saloon 213489BW €30,000 €40,000 N/R $33,000 $44,000
207 1969 Porsche 911E 2.0 Targa 119 210 415 * €75,000 €95,000 N/R $82,500 $104,500
208 1973 Ferrari 365GT4 2+2 17217 €70,000 €80,000 $77,000 $88,000
209 1959 Maserati 3500GT Coupe AM101*362 * €150,000 €200,000 $165,000 $220,000
210 1963 Lancia Flaminia 2.8 Litre 3C Coupe 82413-3741 €250,000 €300,000 $275,000 $330,000
211 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS AR101.20 00551 €70,000 €100,000 $77,000 $110,000
212 1959 Citroen DS19 Prestige 61964 * €60,000 €90,000 $66,000 $99,000
214 1977 Ferrari 308GTB Vetroresina 20795 €140,000 €170,000 $154,000 $187,000
215 1960 Porsche 356B 1600 Roadster 87845 €170,000 €210,000 $187,000 $231,000
216 2001 BMW Z8 Roadster WBAEJ11041AF79478 €140,000 €170,000 $154,000 $187,000
217 1979 Ferrari 308GTS 27889 €60,000 €80,000 N/R $66,000 $88,000
218 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce AR1495*10183 €50,000 €70,000 N/R $55,000 $77,000
219 1961 Jaguar Mark 2 217687 * €180,000 €240,000 $198,000 $264,000
220 1967 BMW Glas 3000 V-1471 €250,000 €350,000 $275,000 $385,000
221 1955 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark II DHC AM300/1101 * €370,000 €420,000 $407,000 $462,000
222 1958 Devin D Porsche Spider DRF 55519 €80,000 €120,000 $88,000 $132,000
223 1956 Facel Vega FV2 FV2 56056 * €140,000 €180,000 $154,000 $198,000
224 1958 Porsche 356A Speedster 84294 €230,000 €300,000 $253,000 $330,000
226 1913 Brasier 16HP Guilloux Saloon 212 €60,000 €90,000 $66,000 $99,000
227 1913 Bugatti Type 13 506R €190,000 €240,000 $209,000 $264,000
228 1915 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost London – Edinburgh Limousine 9AD * €250,000 €350,000 N/R $275,000 $385,000
229 1928 Lancia Lambda Torpedo 21286 €90,000 €140,000 $99,000 $154,000
230 1935 Talbot Lago T120 Sport Cabriolet 85216 * €120,000 €160,000 $132,000 $176,000
231 1926 Hispano-Suiza H6B Derham Convertible Phaeton 11392 * €325,000 €450,000 $357,500 $495,000
232 1931 Invicta S-Type Low Chassis Tourer S75 * €1,200,000 €1,500,000 $1,320,000 $1,650,000
233 1935 Delahaye 135 Coupe des Alpes Labourdette Coupe 46081 * €180,000 €220,000 $198,000 $242,000
234 1934 Talbot 105 Tourer 35499 * €800,000 €1,100,000 $880,000 $1,210,000
235 1936 Lagonda LG45 Le Mans Replica 12069 €150,000 €200,000 $165,000 $220,000
236 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Touring 911 360 0214 €550,000 €650,000 $605,000 $715,000
237 1938 Delahaye 135M Chapron Cabriolet 48721 * €200,000 €300,000 $220,000 $330,000
238 1922 Bugatti Type 23 Torpedo Sports 1573 * €500,000 €600,000 $550,000 $660,000
239 1927 Bugatti Type 40 Grand Sport Roadster 40-273 €350,000 €450,000 $385,000 $495,000
240 1949 Bristol 402 Cabriolet 402706 €200,000 €250,000 $220,000 $275,000
241 1935 Delage D8S Chapron DHC 39332 * €800,000 €1,200,000 $880,000 $1,320,000
242 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Cabriolet A 123779 * €1,500,000 €2,000,000 $1,650,000 $2,200,000
243 1993 Volkswagen Golf Mark I Cabriolet WVWZZZ15ZPK011967 €25,000 €35,000 N/R $27,500 $38,500
244 1968 Porsche 911T 11825126 €60,000 €90,000 N/R $66,000 $99,000
245 1956 Lancia Aurelia B24S Cabriolet B24 1231 €250,000 €300,000 $275,000 $330,000
246 1925 Bugatti Type 39 4607 * €1,050,000 €1,400,000 $1,155,000 $1,540,000
247 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900C SZ Coupe AR1900C*02062 * €750,000 €1,000,000 $825,000 $1,100,000
248 2016 Zagato Mostro Coupe YA9VZ3S00F0169036 * €600,000 €900,000 $660,000 $990,000
249 1955 Elva Mark IB Sports Racer 100/B/41 * €90,000 €120,000 $99,000 $132,000
250 1976 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale 829 ARO 001611 * €400,000 €500,000 $440,000 $550,000
251 1988 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale ZLA038ARO00000026 * €550,000 €650,000 $605,000 $715,000
252 1988 Lancia Delta HF Group A ZLA831AB000417884 * €280,000 €320,000 $308,000 $352,000
253 1966 Ferrari 206SP 022 * Not given Not given #VALUE! #VALUE!
254 2007 Ferrari 599GTB 151959 €75,000 €95,000 N/R $82,500 $104,500
255 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti 145751 €50,000 €70,000 N/R $55,000 $77,000
256 2008 Ferrari 430 Scuderia 163729 * €175,000 €250,000 N/R $192,500 $275,000
257 1937 Horch 853 Special Roadster Rep. 853177 €600,000 €700,000 $660,000 $770,000
258 1937 Maybach SW38 Spezial Roadster 1834 €500,000 €650,000 $550,000 $715,000
259 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet B 169367 * €650,000 €750,000 $715,000 $825,000
260 1928 Auburn Model 88 Boattail Speedster 88 1306 €200,000 €300,000 $220,000 $330,000
261 1952 Jaguar XK120 Coupe S680421 €90,000 €110,000 $99,000 $121,000
262 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III Saloon AM300/3/1566 €275,000 €325,000 $302,500 $357,500
263 1952 Delahaye 235 Antem Cabriolet 818022 * €210,000 €260,000 $231,000 $286,000
264 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet 111.027.12.004473 €300,000 €350,000 $330,000 $385,000
265 1966 Porsche 911 2.0 Coupe 303509 €130,000 €160,000 $143,000 $176,000
266 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900C Super Sprint Coupe AR1900C10481 €180,000 €200,000 $198,000 $220,000 267 1973 Maserati Bora AM117556 * €150,000 €220,000 $165,000 $242,000
268 1931 Bugatti Type 55 Figoni DHC 55-221 * €4,000,000 €7,000,000 $4,400,000 $7,700,000
269 1985 BMW 635CSi WBAEC8403F0610664 * €30,000 €40,000 N/R $33,000 $44,000
270 1996 Ferrari F355 Spider 106427 €60,000 €80,000 N/R $66,000 $88,000
271 1954 Miller Shooting Brake GPM/1/1954 €35,000 €40,000 N/R $38,500 $44,000
272 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Coupe 111.026.10.000849 €60,000 €90,000 N/R $66,000 $99,000
273 1961 Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8 Roadster 876469 €140,000 €160,000 $154,000 $176,000
274 2019 MAT Stratos Coupe ZFFKZ64B000166472 * €700,000 €900,000 $770,000 $990,000
275 1962 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II DHC LSAE499 €350,000 €450,000 $385,000 $495,000
276 1963 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster 198.042.10.003245 * €1,300,000 €1,500,000 $1,430,000 $1,650,000
277 1954 Jaguar XK120 DHC 677447 €90,000 €110,000 $99,000 $121,000
278 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SEL 3.5 Saloon 108.058.10.006511 €60,000 €90,000 $66,000 $99,000
279 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Stelvio 57-836 * €1,350,000 €1,650,000 $1,485,000 $1,815,000
280 1952 Pegaso Z-102 Enasa Cabriolet 0102-153-0171 * €800,000 €1,200,000 $880,000 $1,320,000
281 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Atalante 57-633 * €1,500,000 €1,800,000 $1,650,000 $1,980,000
282 1965 Alvis TE21 DHC 27321 €95,000 €120,000 $104,500 $132,000
283 1991 Porsche 911/964 Carrera RS WP0ZZZ96ZNS490908 €140,000 €180,000 $154,000 $198,000
284 1995 Porsche 911/993 Carrera RS WP0ZZZ99ZTS390135 €270,000 €300,000 $297,000 $330,000
285 2006 Ferrari 575 Superamerica 146669 €220,000 €300,000 $242,000 $330,000
286 1987 Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evoluzione Group A 33275601/AR026 * €120,000 €180,000 $132,000 $198,000
287 2008 Toyota TF108 TF108-05 €60,000 €80,000 $66,000 $88,000
288 1934 Invicta 12/45 Tourer L239 €60,000 €80,000 $66,000 $88,000
289 1960 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider AR10204*02062 €90,000 €120,000 $99,000 $132,000
290 1972 Jaguar E-Type Series III Roadster UD1S21087 €110,000 €140,000 $121,000 $154,000
291 1987 Porsche 928S4 WP0ZZZ92ZHS862464 €25,000 €30,000 N/R $27,500 $33,000
292 1934 Buick Series 50 Coupe Driver 2757770 €70,000 €100,000 $77,000 $110,000
293 1958 Mercedes-Benz 220S Ponton Cabriolet 180.030.N.8512564 €150,000 €180,000 $165,000 $198,000
294 1982 Porsche 911 Turbo WP0ZZZ93ZDS00023 €90,000 €120,000 $99,000 $132,000
295 1975 Porsche 911S 2.7 Coupe 911 410 276 €80,000 €100,000 $88,000 $110,000
296 1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Convertible 113.044.12.001789 €90,000 €120,000 $99,000 $132,000
297 1993 BMW 850CSi WBSEG91020CC00537 €65,000 €85,000 $71,500 $93,500
298 1960 Steyr-Puch 500D TR II 5116384 €20,000 €24,000 N/R $22,000 $26,400
299 1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Convertible 147474750 * €30,000 €40,000 N/R $33,000 $44,000
300 1972 Autobianchi 500 Giardiniera Estate 120274604 €12,000 €18,000 N/R $13,200 $19,800
301 1983 Alfa Romeo GTV ZAR116360 00063252 €12,000 €18,000 N/R $13,200 $19,800
302 1984 Volkswagen Golf 1600GL Cabriolet WVWZZZ15ZEK009841 €4,000 €6,000 N/R $4,400 $6,600
303 1965 Volvo L3314-HT Laplander 3391 €20,000 €40,000 N/R $22,000 $44,000

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