Friday, 18 December 2015



·        RM Sotheby’s to continue strong track record in Amelia Island, Florida, March 12, 2016
·        Early sale highlights led by stunning 1927 Avions-Voisin C14 Lumineuse once owned by Gabriel Voisin
·        Single-day auction to feature 100 blue-chip automobiles from across all segments of the market
·        Event information and a frequently updated list of entries available at

BLENHEIM, Ontario (December 17, 2015) – RM Sotheby’s will reprise its role as the official auction house of Florida’s renowned Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, March 12, with the presentation of its 18th annual collector car sale at the Ritz-Carlton. The 2016 event follows RM’s remarkable performance at the venue in 2015, an event that generated an outstanding $60 million in sales—the highest ever total for an auction held during the Amelia Island motoring week—with an unprecedented 100 percent sell-through. The 2016 event is set to build on these results, presenting a handpicked roster of 100 coachbuilt classics, important sports and racing cars, and late model collectibles.

Early highlights for the March sale comprise a group of prewar classics, led by a fascinating 1927 Avions-Voisin C14 Lumineuse, chassis no. 28578, the ultimate incarnation of Voisin innovation. Aerodynamic force and center of gravity were of the utmost importance to French aircraft manufacturer Voisin, who were the first to take these factors into consideration when the company began constructing automobiles following World War I under the name Avions-Voisin. Using aluminum panels over wooden ribs, their bodies were light, sturdy, and functional.

Derived from the company’s first six-cylinder engine model, the C11, the C14 was introduced in 1927 and featured many patented components, including its unique door mechanism, window mechanism, horn controls, and pneumatic relay on its transmission. The C14 also featured unusually large window openings, as well as strategically-placed side baggage compartments to balance the vehicle’s weight.
This stunning design was the car of choice for some of the most famous artists of the era, including Maurice Chevalier, Josephine Baker, and Paul Morand. One of just four known surviving examples, 28578 is certainly the most interesting of the group in terms of provenance and presentation. It was originally owned by none other than Avions-Voisin co-founder Gabriel Voisin, before later making its way into the collection of cutting-edge architect “Le Corbusier”, a pioneer of modern architecture, who often included the car in the photography of buildings he designed. The featured C14 passed through the hands of numerous other respected collectors in the ensuing years, before landing with the current vendor in 1992. In the years since, the car has actively participated in several car rallies, as well as been displayed at numerous exhibitions, including “100 Years of Design” at the Grand Palais in Paris in 1993. More recently, the owner commissioned a meticulous restoration to return to the car to its original configuration, a project that included the masterful recreation of the car’s eye-popping original Paul Poiret Art Deco upholstery (Est. $1,200,000 - $1,500,000).

“With its stunning looks and evocative Art Deco styling, the 1927 Avions-Voisin C14 Lumineuse is a perfect fit for our Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance sale, and one that can be easily pictured on the concours lawn,”  says Augustin Sabatié-Garat, Car Specialist, RM Sotheby’s. “A true work of art, the design itself was very advanced for its time. The unusually large windows, which maximize the amount of light entering the car, were behind its name ‘Lumineuse’ and differentiate it from other vehicles of the era. Add in a magnificent provenance—including original ownership by Gabriel Voisin—and the result is a very special car, worthy of close inspection.”

On offer from the same era, RM’s Amelia Island sale will present the 1932 Ford Model 18 Edsel Ford Speedster, the very first collaboration of young stylist E.T. “Bob” Gregorie and Edsel Ford, just four owners from new (Est. $1,200,000 - $1,400,000); and, a concours-quality 1931 Marmon Sixteen Convertible Sedan, chassis no. 16 145 593, formerly part of the S. Ray Miller Collection (Est. $600,000 - $750,000).

For collectors with a penchant for later styling, early entries also include an as-new 1989 Porsche 930 Turbo, chassis no. 050623, showing just over 1,100 miles (Est. $240,000 - $300,000); and, a2003 Aston Martin DB AR1, chassis no. 800089, with less than 700 miles on the odometer (Est. $225,000 - $275,000).

For further information on RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island auction, to view a frequently updated list of entries, or to learn more about limited consignment opportunities, please or call +1 519 352 4575.

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·         RM Sotheby’s rounds out record 2015 auction season with more than $73.5 million in sales at its exclusive ‘Driven by Disruption’ event in New York City
·         Top-seller: 1956 Ferrari 290 MM realizes $28.05 million to claim top automotive auction sale of 2015
·         Janis Joplin Porsche shatters pre-sale estimate, selling for an incredible $1.76 million
·         Stunning Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato garners $14.3 million to enter history books as the most valuable British car ever sold at auction
·         Complete results from RM Sotheby’s ‘Driven by Disruption’ available online at

NEW YORK, New York (11 December, 2015) – RM Sotheby’s rounded out a banner 2015 season in New York City last night (December 10), realizing more than $73.5 million in auction sales with 81 percent of all lots sold during its exclusive ‘Driven by Disruption’ event.

Held at Sotheby’s global headquarters in Manhattan, the two hour 45 minute ‘Driven by Disruption’ auction presented 31 pioneering automobiles and select memorabilia before a packed house. Illustrating the extensive combined global reach of both RM and Sotheby’s, bidders hailed from 18 countries, including Hong Kong, Brazil and Russia, with 22 percent representing new clientele to RM Sotheby’s.

As a prelude to the sale, RM hosted a six-day exhibition on Sotheby’s 10th floor galleries, which attracted thousands of enthusiasts to the property. Carefully curated, the exhibition provided a magnificent showcase of not only automotive history, but the company’s creative and inventive presentation.

“We are thrilled that last night in New York, the historic 1956 Ferrari 290 MM sold for $28 million to set a series of records: for a car sold at auction in 2015, for a car sold in New York City, and for a car sold by RM. The Driven by Disruption sale caps off a record year for RM Sotheby’s with 31 of the world’s finest motor cars redefining a series of auction benchmarks,” said Ian Kelleher, Managing Director, RM Sotheby’s West Coast Division. “With the eyes of both the world and New York City on the event, it was fantastic to see an average of over 1,000 people per day viewing and enjoying the 10th floor exhibition within Sotheby’s global headquarters. We were proud to provide a glimpse into the exciting world of collector cars for many new clients, and thrilled by the public’s response.”

The star of last night’s sale was the historic ex-Fangio, ex-Works 1956 Ferrari 290 MM, chassis no. 0626, which powered to a final $28.05 million to claim the highest automotive auction sale of 2015. Combining rarity, powerful mechanical specification, important racing history, and purposeful good looks, 0626 was built by the factory for Juan Manuel Fangio for the 1956 Mille Miglia and raced by the ‘Who’s Who’ of Motorsport in period. Attracting many admirers during the exhibition, the historic Ferrari was contested by multiple bidders in the room and on the phone; its impressive sales price confirms its status as one of the greatest, most original and most valuable cars ever sold at public auction.

Also commanding the attention of the world’s most discerning collectors was the stunning 1962 Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato, chassis no DB4GT/0186/ROne of just 19 built, the car sparkled under the exhibition lights before selling for an incredible $14.3 million to set a new record for a British automobile sold at auction.

One of the other most exciting auction moments of the evening came when the Janis Joplin 1964 Porsche 356 C 1600 SC Cabriolet went under the gavel. Purchased by the Queen of Rock andRoll from a used car lot in 1968, Joplin engaged Dave Richards, a friend and roadie with her band, Big Brother and the Holding Company, to customize it with a psychedelic ‘History of the Universe’ mural. Truly one of the most famous and important Porsches of all time, the car was offered by Janis’ siblings, Michael and Laura Joplin, fresh from 20 years on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland. It spurred a lively bidding contest at last night’s sale with no less than seven interested parties competing for the car before it sold for a final $1.76 million. The outstanding sales price represents a new benchmark for any Porsche 356 model sold at public auction.

Additional highlights included:

·         the 1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow, chassis no. 2575029, recognized as the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair show car, sold for an above-estimate $3,740,000;
·         the ex-Floyd Mayweather 2003 Ferrari Enzo, chassis no. 135440, brought $3,300,000;
·         the 1963 Pontiac Bonneville ‘Roy Rogers’ Nudie Mobile, chassis no. 863S02964, the ultimate statement of Nashville haute couture, garnered $308,000; and,
·         the 1954 Siata 208S Spider, chassis no. BS 535, the last built of approximately 35 Motto-bodied Spiders, achieved $1,650,000.

RM Sotheby’s Driven by Disruption Top 10 sales:
1.       Lot 221 -1956 Ferrari 290 MM (Chassis 0626), $28,050,000
2.       Lot 215 - 1962 Aston Martin DB4GT (Chassis DB4GT/0186/R), $14,300,000
3.       Lot 211 - 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series I (Chassis 0791GT), $5,720,000
4.       Lot 214 - 1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow (Chassis 2575029), $3,740,000
5.       Lot 216 - 1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe (Chassis 0313 EU), $3,300,000
6.       Lot 219 - 2003 Ferrari Enzo (Chassis 135440), $3,300,000
7.       Lot 202 - 1972 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV (Chassis 5014), $2,420,000
8.       Lot 206 - 1964 Porsche 356 C 1600 SC Cabriolet (Chassis 160371), $1,760,000
9.       Lot 227 - 1954 Siata 208S Spider (Chassis BS 535), $1,650,000
10.    Lot 228 - 1934 Delage D8 S Cabriolet (Chassis 38229), $1,430,000

Full results from ‘Driven by Disruption’ are available online at, with complete results from RM’s 2015 season to be released next week. The company kicks off its 2016 calendar at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, January 28-29, closely followed by its annual Paris sale, February 3 during the world-famous Retromobile week.

*Results are listed in USD and inclusive of 10 percent buyer’s premium for automobiles and 15 percent for memorabilia. Sale total includes post-sale transactions.

Friday, 11 December 2015



·        Pure adrenaline: 1965 Shelby 427 Competition Cobra1963 Shelby 289 Cobra ‘Dragonsnake’, and 1964 Shelby 289 Cobra lead recent entries for RM Sotheby’s Arizona Biltmore sale, January 28-29
·        Auction features more than 125 motor cars and offers incredible diversity; desirable American Classics, 1960s European touring cars, and supercars of today
·        Complete sale information and a frequently updated list of entries available at

BLENHEIM, Ontario (December 9, 2015) – American racing legends are set to roar across the podium at RM Sotheby’s Arizona sale, January 28-29 in Phoenix. Leading an incredibly diverse list of recent entries for the company’s 17th annual Arizona Biltmore auction is a 1965 Shelby 427 Competition Cobra, chassis no. CSX 3010.

One of just 23 examples produced, CSX 3010 was delivered new to Don Russell Jr. of South Carolina, equipped with a less aggressive exhaust for street use, a shoulder harness, and road lights. Russell soon determined the 620bhp Cobra was too wild for the road, and sold the car. Remaining in the Northeast, CSX 3010 landed with Peter Consiglio of Massachusetts, who raced the Cobra in regional SCCA events in 1967 with mild success, before stepping up to SCCA National competition in 1968. Prepared for the track with black paint and gold leaf stripes, Consiglio proved a worthy competitor behind the wheel, landing on the podium for all but three of the 11 SCCA races that season to ultimately claim the 1968 A Production championship.

Following his highly successful rookie season, Consiglio sold the 427 Cobra to John Risley of Nova Scotia, who enjoyed similar success, racing the car in the Canadian Endurance Championship Series with co-driver David Fram. The duo finished first overall in the Eastern Canadian Endurance Championship in 1971, making CSX 3010 the only 427 Cobra to win championships in two countries.

The Cobra found a home with its current custodian in 1978 and, with a return to the track in mind, he commissioned a full restoration, showing the car at the 1982 Palo Alto Concours d’Elegance upon completion. After extensive vintage racing participation, he eventually parted with the car in 1986, only to be reunited with CSX 3010 in 2007. A true dual-purpose car, CSX 3010 has completed no less than seven long-distance tours in recent years, as well as competed at the Monterey Historics on multiple occasions. Ready for continued enjoyment on the road or track, it is offered in Arizona with its original front clip, street and race equipment, and extensive documentation (Est. $2,500,000 - $3,300,000).

“We’re excited to present the 427 Competition Cobra within one of the most diverse lineups we’ve had the pleasure of offering in Arizona,” says Gord Duff, car specialist, RM Sotheby’s. “With period competition success, long-term ownership, and extensive vintage event participation, it’s these true enthusiast examples that keep the hobby alive, and breed interest for the next generation of collectors.”

The 427 is offered alongside 1963 Shelby 289 Cobra 'Dragonsnake', chassis no. CSX 2093. Converted to ‘Dragonsnake’ specifications in 1965, CSX 2093 found massive success throughout its drag-racing career, setting numerous records, and securing national titles in four separate classes. The Cobra is presented exactly as it competed, including a Weber-carbureted 289 Ford V8 with Bellanger side mount header, four-speed transmission, Cobra Sunburst rear wheels with slicks, wire front wheels, removable hard top and eye-grabbing magenta metal-flake paint (Est. $1,400,000 - $1,650,000).

Rounding out a trio of iconic Shelbys set for the Phoenix sale is a 1964 Shelby 289 Cobra, chassis no. CSX 2561. Offered in January with a beautifully maintained restoration, under current ownership the Cobra has been freshly resprayed in its original White and has seen recent mechanical servicing to ensure exciting, carefree touringincluding the installation of a correct, four-speed manual transmission. A turn-key Cobra ready for more trouble-free rallying or a Sunday drive, CSX 2561 is certainly worthy of consideration by discerning aficionados of post-war American performance (Est. $950,000 - $1,100,000).

Additional highlights for RM’s Arizona sale include a varied selection of some of the most sought-after automobiles from numerous eras and genres:

·        Leading desirable American Classics is a beautifully restored 1933 Packard Twelve Convertible Victoria, chassis no. 901624, offered publicly for the first time. Believed to be one of just four authentic survivors, the Packard is complete with its original chassis, engine, body and firewall plate (Est. $500,000 - $600,000);

·        A stunning example of Briggs Cunningham’s Le Mans dream car, a 1952 Cunningham C-3 Coupe, chassis no. 5208. One of 19 coupes built, and the only Vignale-bodied example actively raced in period, 5208 boasts numerous one-off features and an exquisite concours restoration by RM Auto Restoration (Est. $900,000 - $1,100,000);

·        Representing iconic touring Ferraris of the 1960s, a freshly restored 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II, chassis no. 2153 GT, stunning in its original color combination of Bleu Sera over Pelle Naturale (Est. $1,800,000 - $2,100,000), along with a luxurious 1965 Ferrari 275 GTS, chassis no. 07935, boasting a beautifully preserved restoration, and factory-equipped with extended frame rails for the driver’s seat, providing increased comfort for long distance driving (Est. $1,600,000 - $2,000,000);

·        A pair of modern supercars equipped with six-speed manual transmissions—a very desirable specification in today’s market, including a highly appointed 2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica, chassis no. 144839, the modern, open-top V-12 Ferrari at its best (Est. $650,000 - $750,000); and quite possibly the lowest mileage six-speed 2007 Lamborghini Murciélago LP640-4, chassis no. 2595, finished in the seldom-seen Oro Adonis (Est. $275,000 - $325,000).

These exciting highlights join more than 125 blue-chip collector cars handpicked by RM Sotheby’s specialists for the January 28-29 Arizona sale. Leading up to the auction, the Biltmore will host the Arizona Concours d’Elegance, January 24, of which RM Sotheby’s is a proud sponsor, creating an ideal destination for enthusiasts looking to enjoy a week of classic car camaraderie.

For further information or to register to bid for the Arizona sale, please visit or contact an RM Sotheby’s car specialist at +1 519 352 4575.

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Bonhams returns to Paris for the annual Grand Palais Sale on 4 February 2016, led by the magnificent 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, estimated at €2,500,000-3,500,000 and offered without reserve.
Developed by marque founder, Enzo Ferrari, the 275 GTB is considered a masterpiece of motor car design. Boasting a V12, 300 bhp engine, it was the successor to the 250 series, spearheaded by the legendary 250 GTO (currently the most valuable motor car sold at auction, following Bonhams $38,115,000 sale of a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO), leading it to be met with great applause when it was introduced at the 1964 Paris Autosalon.
Sleek, muscular, and expertly proportioned, the front-engined, two-door Berlinetta is from the second series of the model’s production, which introduced the longer nosed variant, making it rarer, more aerodynamic, and considerably prettier. Chassis 8973 is one of the ultra desirable ‘torque tube’ models, featuring Pininfarina designed Scaglietti coachwork, complete with matching numbers and continuous history.
Further highlights from the Ferrari stable include a 1990 Ferrari F40 Berlinetta, estimated at €950,000-1,100,000. The F40 was the last model ever approved by founding father, Enzo Ferrari, and when it was launched, it was the most powerful model ever built by the marque – the perfect finale to Enzo Ferrari’s legacy.
Philip Kantor, Bonhams European Head of Motoring, said: “Bonhams Grand Palais Sale returns with more than 150 rare and exciting lots of collectors’ motor cars, motorcycles and automobilia. With several rare and special cars already consigned, we expect another incredible sale at the magnificent Grand Palais.”
1990 Ferrari F40 Berlinetta
Elsewhere, a spectacular 2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Coupé is offered, estimated at €1,800,000-2,000,000. When Mercedes-Benz first unveiled its CLK GTR in 1998, it sold for an astonishing $1.5 million, making it the most expensive production car ever, a figure only recently exceeded by the Ferrari FXX. Supplied new to Switzerland, chassis number ‘23’ has covered a mere 3,285km, making one of the rarest and most desirable Mercedes-Benz models of modern times in effectively ‘as new’ condition.
2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Coupé
Further early consignments to the Grand Palais Sale include a Porsche Carrera GT, estimated at €800,000-1,000,000, a highly original 1975 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale, estimated at €350,000-450,000, a 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Speedster with less than 950km from new, estimated at €250,000-350,000, and an ultra rare original left hand drive 1964 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III Drophead Coupé, estimated at €380,000-540,000.
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  • Highly prized, rare collections brought bidders to Bonhams, as both the Gordon Willey Collection of rare collectors’ motor cars, and the Arthur Carter Collection of Austin Healeys went under the hammer
  • Formerly the property of Johnnie Walker heir Rob Walker, the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 sold for £516,700, and the personal motor car of Donald Healey, the 1953 Austin-Healey 100/’100S’ Coupé, sold for £639,900
  • A 1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8-Litre Drophead Coupé set a new world record for the model, soaring to more than double top estimate, achieving £427,100; a rare, manual 2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica Convertible rose far above estimate to achieve £611,900, and a 1937 Lagonda 4½-Litre LG45 Rapide Tourer sold for £785,500
Rare automotive classics filled Bonhams Bond Street salerooms on Sunday, as more than 25 motor cars, including two highly prized collections, sold to achieve more than £8.8 million.
The Lancashire-based Gordon Willey Collection saw 100% sold, including a stunning 1964 Aston Martin DB5. Originally owned by Johnnie Walker heir and celebrated motor-racing figure, Rob Walker, the DB5 achieved £516,700. Further collection highlights include the 1929 Bentley 4½-Litre Tourer, bought by a British bidder in the room for £667,900, and the ex-Billy Cotton 1938 Frazer Nash-BMW 328 Roadster, sold for £617,500. The second half of the Gordon Willey Collection will be sold at Bonhams December sale, taking place 10 December at the RAF Hendon Museum.
Featuring some of the worlds best examples of great British marque, Austin-Healey, the Arthur Carter Collection saw buoyant bidding in the saleroom. Arthur Carter assembled the greatest collection of Austin-Healeys, including a 1953 Austin-Healey 100/’100S’ Coupé, the much loved everyday car of marque founder, Donald Healey. After intense bidding, the coupé sold to a bidder in the room for £639,900.
“We’ve seen some excellent figures achieved at the annual Bond Street Sale, with over £8.8 million sold, and a new world record set for the 1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8-Litre Drophead Coupé, which soared to an incredible £427,100,” said James Knight, Bonhams Group Motoring Director.
Further sale highlights include a 1937 Lagonda 4½-Litre LG45 Rapide Tourer, sold for £785,500, a 2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica Convertible, sold for £611,900, and the personal Rolex wristwatch of Austin Healey founder, Donald Healey, sold for more than double estimate to achieve £25,300.
Bonhams record breaking motoring department now look forward to the final sale of the year, the December Sale, taking place 10 December at the RAF Hendon Museum.
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Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Driven by Disruption

Join us online, in person or by phone Thursday, 10 December at 7pm EST to bid on our exciting Driven by Disruption sale in New York City.

From travel arrangements to advance bidder registration, RM Sotheby’s Client Service Representatives are happy to assist with all your buying needs. We offer several bidding options including absentee bidding, internet bidding, telephone bidding, and of course joining us to bid in person.

We invite you to take a look at our digital catalogue for the Driven by Disruption sale happening on December 10, 2015 in New York City. This online version features all of the same photos and information from the print version with some additional exciting video features available for many of the cars.


The most famous of all ‘James Bond’ Aston Martins, a 1964 Aston Martin DB5, will be offered at Bonhams Bond Street Sale, taking place on 6 December.
The motor car was originally owned by Johnnie Walker heir and celebrated motor-racing figure, Rob Walker. Walker’s elite status in motor racing history began when he founded the most successful privateer team in Formula 1 history, the Rob Walker Racing Team, whose landmark achievements include the first-ever F1 Grand Prix wins for Cooper and Lotus. A highlight lot from the Gordon Willey Collection, the DB5 is offered at an estimate of £400,000-450,000.     
Further sale highlights include a 1937 Lagonda 4½-Litre LG45 Rapide Tourer. In 1937, The Autocar magazine said of the model: “A short run on one of the first of the 4½-Litre Lagonda models left a vivid impression not only of brilliant acceleration and sheer performance, but of a car delightfully silent and easy running in a way that can be achieved to the fullest extent only by a big-engined machine working well inside its limits.”
The late owner, Barclay Dodd, first encountered the Lagonda Rapide in 1937 while he was working for Aston Martin. So impressed by the factory demonstrator's performance, he recommended the Rapide to his father, who duly replaced his Bentley 4½-Litre with this incredible Lagonda. One of just 25 built, it has remained in the same family ever since, now offered some 70 years later at an estimate of £500,000-700,000.
Tim Schofield, Bonhams UK Motoring Director, said: “The Bond Street Sale features 30 exciting and rare collectors’ motor cars. These range from heroes of the pre-war era, legends of the 1950s and 1960s, to the modern sports cars of today.”
1937 Lagonda 4½-Litre LG45 Rapide Tourer
Further highlights include a 1929 Bentley 4½-Litre, estimated at £400,000-500,000, a 1962 Ferrari 250 GT, estimated at £1,000,000-1,200,000, and a1962 AC Cobra Roadster, estimated at £250,000-350,000.
The sale will also feature the rare inclusion of a number plate. Vehicle registration number ‘R6’, which was originally issued in 1903 and has been held in single-family ownership since the 1950s, will be offered with an estimate of £150,000-180,000.

Porsche Only | Auction on December 12

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Porsche 959,
Orig. 8,294 km,
Like New, Model 1988
Starting price €600,000
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Porsche 911 T,
2nd Owner, Special Finish,
Oil Flap Model, 1972
Starting price €60,000
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Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7,
Unrestored Original
Condition, 1974
Starting price €120,000
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Porsche 911 Speedster,
Orig. 29,958 km,
Model 1989
Starting price €140,000
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Porsche 911 Coupe,
984 from the 911 Series,
Unrestored, 1965
Starting price €140,000
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Porsche 964 RS America,
Grand Prix White,
First Finish,Model 1993
Starting price €60,000
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