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Tuesday, 30 July 2019

AN OUTSTANDING SALE FOR SILVERSTONE AUCTIONS AS MERCEDES-BENZ GULLWINGS SOAR



AN OUTSTANDING SALE FOR SILVERSTONE AUCTIONS AS MERCEDES-BENZ GULLWINGS SOAR

The Silverstone Classic sale which took place at the historic race meeting last weekend saw a packed auction room which achieved an excellent sale rate of 74% (excluding competition cars) with £6.4 million worth of sales overall.
The big story of the sale was the 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing and the 2010 SLS AMG, a new home found for the collection of cars owned by the late Barrie Whizzo Williams and all the cars from the Gentlemans’ Collection selling well with some stand out achievements.
The Mercedes-Benz Gullwing which had attracted lots of interest in the lead up to the sale achieved £832,500. The new vendor was so delighted that he also bid on and successfully purchased the 2010 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG for £203,625, therefore having both the earliest and latest of gullwing doored cars.
No place was more appropriate than Silverstone to be selling the collection of cars and kart of the late Barrie Williams. Whizzo who was loved by many in motorsport and would be delighted that his Fastkart, trailer and moped, Lancia Fulvia and Mini Cooper S all found new homes. The Mini sold for £65,250, the Fastakart £3,600 and the Lancia £39,375.
The second collection that was on offer, A Gentlemans’ Collection of No Reserve, attracted lots of interest with all cars selling very well. Several cars achieved more than their estimate, the Ferrari Testarossa stood out achieving £99,000, the 1974 BMW 2002 Turbo sold for £70,874 and the rare Lancia Delta HF Integrale Bianco Perlato selling for £65,563.
Harry Whale auction manager for Silverstone Auctions commented: “We had a fantastic sale this weekend and with such a superb catalogue of lots we are delighted with our achievements.”
“The two collections on offer had some wonderful cars and having a collection, all at No Reserve, really does get the auction room buzzing.”
“Silverstone Auctions were delighted to have been chosen to auction Whizzo’s collection and the new owners of his various cars all have an important part of history from a British motorsport legend.”
The automobilia sale held in the morning attracted lots of interest too, with an array of items for collectors and enthusiasts with something to suit everyone on all budgets. One of the stand-out lots was Lot 120, the McLaren 3- piece luggage set from the McLaren F1 road car chassis No 33 which sold for seven times its estimate at £7,200.
Another of the lots a set of traffic lights in full working order and with remote control sold for £750. This type of item is always very popular and an excellent item for set dressing.
Day two of the auction also proved to be a great day of sales with an early lot, the 1978 VW Beetle, one of the last off the German production line and only 81 miles selling for £39,938. Following not long after, the 1958 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk3 topped out at £164,250 and then for something little more current a 1995 Ford Escort Cosworth Motorsport, one of the very few genuine factory-built cars fetching an incredible £68,063.
One of the highlight lots of Sundays’ sale was the Aston Martin DBS V8 press car offered directly from the actor and comedian Steve Coogan which was presented in beautiful condition and sold for £151,875.
The following lot, No 422 the 1988 Rouse Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Group A, a legendary competition car and one of the most successful in touring car racing sold for £170,000.
A 1991 Porsche 928 GT in manual which is in superb condition sold for £67,500 with the following lot the 2018 Ferrari California T 70th Anniversary Edition attracted lots of interest and bidding, selling for £270,000.
The weekend’s sale saw two Acecas being offered with the 1958 Bristol engined version selling on the Saturday for £101,250 and the 1960 Aceca sold on the Sunday for £135,000.
As with Saturdays automobilia sale, there were plenty of lots available to suit everyone with the 1950s Beckmeter M50 petrol pump which had just recently been restored sold for £3,240. Luggage sets are popular additions for classic car owners and Lot 357 the Testarossa 6-piece Schedoni luggage set sold for £5,400. In total automobilia achieved a total sale rate of 75%.
Harry Whale summed up the weekend: “With an overall sale rate of 67% generating £6.4 million and classic cars alone achieving 74%, we are delighted with the weekend and to set industry-leading results in the current market conditions.”
The next auction is The Porsche Sale and a Sale of Ferraris at the Dallas Burston Polo Club with entries still being invited. If you are interested in consigning your car, talk to one of the teams who will help you through the process of selling your car.
 Please note: All prices quoted include buyer’s premium.
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Lot No. 220 - 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing
Lot No. 248 - 2010 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
Lot No. 204 - 1963 Austin Mini Cooper S 'Whizzo Williams'
Lot No. 236 - 1991 Ferrari Testarossa
Lot No. 224 - 1974 BMW 2002 Turbo
Lot No. 410 - 1978 VW Beetle Last Edition
Lot No. 413 - 1958 Aston Martin DB2-4 MkIII
Lot No. 422 - 1988 Rouse Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Group A
Lot No. 417 - 1995 Ford Escort Cosworth Motorsport
Lot No. 421 - 1970 Aston Martin DBS V8
Lot No. 426 - 1991 Porsche 928 GT Manual
Lot No. 427 - 2018 Ferrari California T '70th Anniversary'
Lot No. 210 - 1958 AC Aceca-Bristol
Lot No. 428 - 1960 AC Aceca

2019 Forthcoming Auctions
21st September The Porsche Sale and A Sale of Ferraris - Dallas Burston Polo Club 9th & 10th November NEC Classic Motor Show Sale - NEC Birmingham

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Monday, 29 July 2019

AMERICAN CLASSICS FROM THE MOTOR CITY: RM AUCTIONS TO PRESENT THE ED MEURER COLLECTION AT AUBURN FALL SALE


AMERICAN CLASSICS FROM THE MOTOR CITY:
RM AUCTIONS TO PRESENT THE ED MEURER COLLECTION AT AUBURN FALL SALE
MORE THAN 90 MOTOR CARS AND AN ARRAY OF PARTS AND MEMORABILIA OFFERED ALMOST ENTIRELY WITHOUT RESERVE

  • RM Auctions set to offer The Ed Meurer Collection at Auburn Fall auction, 29 August - 1 September in Indiana
  • Offered almost entirely without reserve, the collection comprises over 90 diverse pre- and post-war classics
  • Auburn Fall set to present more than 700 quality collector cars, wide selection of automobilia, onsite swap meet, car corral, and automotive activities for the entire family
  • Additional event information and updated list of cars available at rmsothebys.com


 RM Auctions is delighted to announce that it will present The Ed Meurer Collection of Detroit, Michigan, almost entirely without reserve, at its annual Auburn Fall sale, held on Thursday, 29 August – Sunday, 1 September during the renowned Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, with the collection crossing the block during the Friday sale session. 

Ed Meurer, Jr. bought his first classic car, a worn and paint-chipped 1936 Ford Cabriolet, in 1958 and meticulously restored it over four years to Concours condition. It was the acquisition and successful restoration of this car that ignited his passion and led him to begin collecting Fords of the 1930s, which he admired in his youth, and later expanded his collection to comprise a range of classics, with marques including Cadillac, Buick, Chrysler, Packard, Nash cars, Studebaker, and Jaguar.


In 2001, Ed built an extension to his publishing company in Metro Detroit large enough to house his entire collection of antique vehicles and memorabilia, inadvertently becoming the fifth largest private collector car museum in Michigan. By 2015 his collection had expanded to more than 90 motor cars, consisting largely of fine American classics spanning the 1930s to 1980s, and 4,000 sq. ft. of memorabilia, including vintage neon signs, gas pumps, and rare automobile parts. Well known and respected in hobby circles, Ed's garage became a must-see destination for dozens of car clubs wishing to marvel at his eclectic car collection.


Offered publicly for the very first time, The Ed Meurer Collection represents over 60 years of passion. Standouts within the collection include two rarities boasting unique histories, the 1938 Chrysler Custom Limousine by LeBaron and the 1958 Imperial Crown Limousine by Ghia. Powered by an inline eight-cylinder engine married to a manual transmission, the Chrysler Limousine was ordered new by Joseph P. Kennedy, father of President John F. Kennedy, and used in London between 1938 and 1940 while he served as U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain. Fitted with a host of exterior and interior options and finished in attractive dark green, the custom limo would shine in any American classics or pre-war motor car collection. One of only 31 built, the 1958 Imperial Crown Limousine by Ghia is believed to have been purchased new by the prominent Eaton family of Toronto, owners of Eaton’s department store chain. Personal friends of the British royal family, the Eatons often hosted Queen Elizabeth II on her visits to North America. It’s understood the family loaned the Queen and her staff two cars during her trip to Canada in 1959. This car is believed to be one of the two, primarily used for the evening and more formal events. Purchased by Ed Meurer in the early 1990s, the car has since been beautifully restored and is one of the finest examples in existence.


Other highlights comprise a 1935 Packard Twelve Convertible with stunning coachwork by Rollston; incredible full classics, including a 1931 Auburn Phaeton, a 1937 Cord 812 Beverly, and a 1930 Cadillac V-16 Seven-Passenger Imperial Sedan; a 1956 Continental Mark II, one of the most expensive cars in its day; a beautiful group of Ford Woodie station wagons; and even Chrysler’s iconic, luxury letter car series.

After visiting The Ed Meurer Collection, Gord Duff, Global Head of Auctions, RM Sotheby’s Group, said: “This collection is an incredible historical work built over more than six decades and featuring some of the finest American pre- and post-war cars. We’re thrilled to bring these important, interesting classics from such a renowned collector to Auburn Fall this year.”

Additional information on RM Auctions’ Auburn Fall sale is available at rmsothebys.com. A selection of cars from The Meurer Collection, including the 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible and the 1935 Packard Twelve Convertible will be available for advanced viewing at the 2019 Concours D'Elegance of America on 26-28 July at The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, Michigan. To speak with an RM specialist or to register to bid at the Auburn Fall sale, please call +1 519 352 4575.

Visit: rmsothebys.com 





ASTON, NASH AND ALFA TAKE TOP HONOURS AT BARONS’ SUMMER CLASSIC SALE





ASTON, NASH AND ALFA TAKE TOP HONOURS AT 
BARONS’ SUMMER CLASSIC SALE
 
A 2005 Aston Martin DB9 Volante in need of some TLC roared past its £13,000-£20,000 guide price to sell for £26,620, the top price of the day achieved at Barons’ Summer Classic sale at Sandown Park racecourse on July 16. 
 
This stylish if a little worn example of a modern British classic was neck and neck in the bidding stakes with a handsome piece of classic American automotive history, the splendid red and white 1930 Nash Ambassador 8 4-door sedan, which went to a new home for £26,400.
 
Third past the post was a really pretty - and potent - ochre-coloured 1973 Alfa Romeo GT Junior 1600, which exceeded top estimate to sell for £22,000. De-bumpered, fitted with an Alfa Romeo 2.0 litre Twin Spark engine, an Alfaholics fast road suspension set-up and road-legal semi-slick tyres it’s just begging to be taken out on a track day.  
 
Sweeping in in fourth and fifth places were an ex-Bentley press car 2003 Continental GT, and a sleek 1962 Bentley S2, in a sophisticated sage green over smoke green livery. They achieved £21,450 and £19,800 respectively. 
 
The immaculate 1970 Rover 3.5-litre P5B exceeded top estimate, selling for £16,940 and, further down the field, a rare 1998 Mercedes C43 AMG estate blew its £2,500-£4,000 estimate out of the water to achieve £6,050. 
 
The Barons team is now looking forward to its annual Jaguar Heritage, Classic and Sports Cars: sale, scheduled for 21 September at Sandown Park.
For more information, or to consign a vehicle to the sale, please visit www.barons-auctions.com.
 
RESULTS BARONS AT SANDOWN PARK, JULY 16 2019
 

YearMakeModelSold @ Inc
2005Aston MartinDB9 Volante£26,620.00
1930NashAmbassador£26,400.00
1973Alfa RomeoGT Junior 1600£22,000.00
2003BentleyContinental GT£21,450.00
1962BentleyS2£19,800.00
1970Rover3.5 Litre P5B£16,940.00
2002TVRTuscan Targa 4.0£16,225.00
1996MercedesW124 Cabriolet£7,500.00
2004BMWM3 Convertible£7,480.00
2004Mercedes350SL Convertible£7,480.00
1980MGBGT£7,150.00
1971MGB Roadster£7,000.00
1986MercedesR107 300SL£6,600.00
1991JaguarXJS£6,050.00
1998MercedesC43 AMG£6,050.00
1985ReliantScimitar GTC£5,280.00
2000MercedesSL320£4,620.00
1980Rolls-RoyceWraith II£4,400.00
2007JaguarS-Type XS Sport Limited Edition£4,290.00
1961MorrisMini Van£3,750.00
1993MazdaMX5£3,410.00
1990Mercedes500SEC£3,300.00
1998DaimlerSuper V8 LWB£3,000.00
2002RoverConnoisseur 2.5 SE£2,970.00
1973VolkswagenBeetle£2,695.00
1967Rolls-RoyceSilver Shadow I£2,640.00
1992SubaruSVX£2,640.00
1985AustinMetro£2,530.00
1999BMWZ3 Convertible£2,530.00
1982Land Rover109£2,200.00
1982HondaGoldwing with Watsonian Sidecar£1,980.00
1983Fiat X1/9£1,980.00
2000VolkswagenGolf Avantgarde GE Convertible£1,980.00
2003MercedesC180 Kompressor Avantgarde SE Estate£1,815.00
2002MazdaEunos£1,650.00
1991Mercedes300SE£1,450.00
1988HondaCB1000F Combination£1,210.00
 Trailer £1,150.00
1989HondaVFR 750F£1,100.00
2003BMW316i SE£950.00
2000Land RoverFreelander XI£275.00
1996RoverSterling 825£250.00

Wednesday, 24 July 2019

CLASSIC CAR AUCTIONS ANNOUNCE THEIR BIGGEST AND BEST CATALOGUE EVER WITH OVER 180 LOTS CONSIGNED




CLASSIC CAR AUCTIONS ANNOUNCE THEIR BIGGEST AND BEST CATALOGUE EVER WITH OVER 180 LOTS CONSIGNED

2007 Aston Martin Vanquish S Coupe

Classic Car Auctions sale on the 3rd August is set to be the biggest sale ever, with 185 cars consigned covering early classics to modern supercars further underlining CCAs moto of Everyman Classics.
The Warwickshire Event Centre will be again hosting the August sale and headlining will be a 2007 Aston Martin Vanquish S estimated at £100,000 to £120,000.
Gary Dunne, Classic Car Auctions auction manager commented: “The whole team has worked so hard to put together this fantastic catalogue and we are over the moon with the quality and quantity of cars we are offering.”
“The total value of consigned is £3.5 million. A huge thank you to all the vendors for entrusting their cars to us and we look forward to sale day.”
The Aston Martin Vanquish S is the highest value lot and also the highest value car ever consigned to a CCA auction, scoring very impressively on the CCA condition report. With just over 15,000 miles this is a stunning car presented in Morning Frost White with Chancellor Red leather and Black Cherry carpeting. One of the best- designed cars by the design master Ian Callum and attractively guided to sell.
Over the years there have been some very high-powered cars produced by Japanese manufacturers and further boosted by the Fast and Furious films inspiring many to further modify these rocketships. CCA have a superb unmodified 1997 Toyota Supra car with just over 64,000 miles, which is possibly one of the best available and estimated at £30,000 to £35,000.
The Volkswagen Beetle was made famous in the Herbie films and was launched as the people’s car. In 2003 production ceased after 65 years as demand dropped and CCA have one of the very last cars produced in Mexico with just 435 miles on the clock. A left-hand-drive model and just two owners this car has formed part of a private collection since 2012. Estimated at £12,500 to £15,000 but being offered at No Reserve, this car is in wonderful condition with its original owner’s manual fresh service and MOT.
Another wonderful car, again being offered at No Reserve but estimated at £20,000 to £25,000 is this 1974 Mercedes-Benz 450 SLC. Coming from a private collection since 2011 and just three owners from new, this is a superb example of a classic coupe. Coming with a full history, book pack and a smidge over 27,000 miles this car is in stunning condition.
Among the lots are two notable classics, a 1954 Citroen Traction Avant, a car that was ahead of its time setting the standard for modern-day motoring. Built in Paris, this left-hand-drive car has had a full independent inspection by a Citroen specialist, comes with a good history file, MOT and estimated at £12,000 to £15,000.
The second of our notable classics and one with a wonderful story is this 1938 Austin Heavy 12/4 Pick Up estimated at £20,000 to £25,000. Originally created as one of just six and all almost unique as they were built using spare parts and made by the apprentices at Longbridge. This pick up has been restored by its former keeper over a number of years and is now a real piece of automotive history making it a rare opportunity to acquire a vehicle that would be seen on film sets such as Downton Abbey.
Viewing takes place on Friday 2nd August from 10am to 6pm with the auction getting underway on Saturday the 3rd from 10.30am.
Classic Car Auctions can be contacted on 01926 640888 or email enquiries@classiccarauctions.co.uk and would be happy to talk with you about any of the cars consigned, alternatively, have a chat with them on the day.
2019 Forthcoming Auctions
3rd August - CCA August Classic Car Sale, Warwickshire Event Centre
5th October - CCA October Classic Car Sale, Warwickshire Event Centre
7th December - CCA December Classic Car Sale, Warwickshire Event Centre


EXCELLENT PROSPECTS FOR UK CLASSIC CAR SALES IN EUROPE



EXCELLENT PROSPECTS FOR UK CLASSIC CAR SALES IN EUROPE

2011 Porsche 997 GT3 RS 4.0 sold to Spain for £312.700

The current position of sterling against the Euro is bearing significant fruit for the UK sellers of classic cars which are being purchased by enthusiasts from across the European Union, says International auction house COYS.
Chris Routledge from COYS said: “ Our recent results at Blenheim Palace, with the pound at €1.11, proved to be the tipping point for the European buyer with a noticeably higher than average sale rate of cars being shipped to European countries.
He added: “ This was noticeable as well with the number of absentee bidders from the Continent, both via the telephone and the internet, so the possibilities for selling Sterling cars on the ground in Europe has become very attractive indeed.
“ As a result of this opportunity, we have made special arrangements for discounted transport so that UK sellers can sell their classics at our next International auction at Schloss Dyck in Germany on August 3rd.”
Chris said: “ This event is the jewel in the crown of German motoring events and UK sellers should take advantage of the strength of the Euro and the discounted transporter arrangements which will allow them copper-bottom their chances of selling their classic or specialist car.”
Routledge said that the current position of Sterling against the Euro was bearing significant fruit for UK sellers of classic cars, which are increasingly being purchased by European buyers.
He added: “ Our recent Blenheim auction saw a significant upsurge in European interest, but what was particularly noticeable was the number of multiple purchases being made by single European purchases.
“ One gentleman from France came to the auction form Marseilles and bought four cars, and was looking to buy more if he could. His purchases included a Jaguar E-Type, a Mercedes 230SL, a Fiat 500 and a Ferrari 308. A German buyer, brand new to the classic car market, arrived and registered on the morning of the sale and purchased a Lamborghini Jalpa and a Maserati Merak. A De Tomaso Pantera was sold to Germany in an auction room bidding war between two Germans that left any English buyers in the dust.”
 Chris said: “ The strength of the Euro against Sterling has undoubtedly created a very advantageous buying climate for European classic car collectors, with not only sensibly priced cars but with the current exchange rate being perceived as being at least 25% discount against European asking prices. “
 He added: “This is a unique set of circumstances – an alignment of the planets if you like. The quality of the stock in the UK is of the highest international standard, European buyers know It and are very keen to get their hands on it, as with current exchange rates, the prices could not be more attractive.
“ For UK sellers of classic cars and other collectables who wish to sell in Sterling to European collectors, the outlook is very strong while these exchange rates continue, and they should consider grabbing hold of this opportunity while they can. We live in very interesting times.”

NEW FILM: 1939 PORSCHE TYPE 64 JEFF ZWART AND PATRICK LONG WEIGH IN ON THE OLDEST CAR TO WEAR THE PORSCHE NAME



JEFF ZWART AND PATRICK LONG WEIGH IN ON
THE OLDEST CAR TO WEAR THE PORSCHE NAME



NEW CAR: RM SOTHEBY’S ADDS
PORSCHE 718 RS 60 TO MONTEREY AUCTION

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The Porsche Type 64, chassis no. 38/41 is the antecedent of Porsche’s historical evolution. The first and sole remaining example of a believed three completed cars, this was the personal car of the Porsche family, driven by both Prof. h.c. Ferdinand Porsche and his son, Ferry. Owned and raced for 46 years by successful private racing driver Otto Mathé, the Type 64 carries a 70-year documented chain of a mere three private owners since the Porsche family.

The car is extremely original, and its resemblance to the marque’s evolution through the years, right up to today’s 911 model range, is easily discernable. This is the first car to ever wear Porsche’s iconic wide-font script name and is without a doubt the most historically important Porsche ever offered for public sale. The Porsche Type 64 is estimated to bring in excess of $20 million when it crosses the block during the Saturday evening session of RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale this August.

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Joining RM Sotheby’s exceptional Monterey lineup of no less than 20 Porsche models, is a fantastic example of the decades-later development of Ferdinand and Ferry Porsche’s first racing efforts seen in Type 64—a 1960 Porsche 718 RS 60 by Wendler, chassis no. 718-044. The final example of just four Works cars built, the 718 RS 60 was campaigned by the Porsche factory for the 1960 and ’61 seasons. With technical advances over the privateer version of the car, the Works 718 RS 60 was the first Porsche racer capable of threatening larger displacement classes, often competing for outright wins against perennial favourites such as Ferrari.


Chassis no. 718-044 made its factory team debut at the 1960 24 Hours of Le Mans, piloted by Jo Bonnier and future motorsports triple crown holder Graham Hill. It would go on to contest the 1961 12 Hours of Sebring, the Targa Florio, and the Nürburgring 1000 KM at the hands of such renowned names as Hans Hermann, Dan Gurney, Sir Stirling Moss, and Edgar Barth. Following its Works career, the Porsche was dispatched to North America and entered by Porsche Cars at the 1961 Mosport Player’s 200, where Jo Bonnier finished second overall. Under subsequent private ownership, the RS 60 was driven by none other than Bob Holbert to two overall victories and a class win during the Bahamas Speed Week in late 1961.

The Porsche has since been fastidiously maintained under the care of several major private collections, making noteworthy appearances at numerous historic events, including the inaugural Le Mans vintage races, Porsche Parade, Goodwood Revival, and Rennsport Reunion just last year following a three-year restoration by marque specialists. Presented wearing its Sebring livery in race-ready condition, and with the other three Works cars held in long-term private ownership, unlikely to be available anytime soon, this RS 60 presents an exceedingly rare opportunity to acquire the ultimate iteration of Porsche’s factory aluminium spyder race cars (Est. $5,750,000 - $7,750,000).


The Porsche Type 64 and 718 RS 60 highlight RM Sotheby’s 2019 Monterey auction. Held during the world-famous Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance motoring week, RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale has been the pinnacle of collector car auctions for more than 30 years, leading the field and raising the bar with its consistent, record-setting results. This year’s three-day Monterey sale will once again present more than 180 of the world’s most important motor cars in the ultimate collector car destination.

Additional information and an updated list of all cars set for RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale is available at rmsothebys.com.

The Sáragga Collection Digital Catalogue Is Now Live Offered Entirely Without Reserve

The Sáragga Collection Digital Catalogue Is Now Live
Offered Entirely Without Reserve
RM Sotheby’s is delighted to present the digital catalogue for the auction house’s offering of The Sáragga Collection, set for 21 September in Alcácer do Sal, Portugal. Comprising 133 motors cars from discerning Portuguese enthusiast and collector, Mr Sáragga, the eclectic collection covers defining moments in motoring history, ranging from Brass Era beauties through to modern collectable Porsches and quirky microcars.

The collection also celebrates the little-known yet fascinating motoring heritage of Mr Sáragga’s homeland, featuring many cars that have never left Portugal, while others tell the story of the country’s love for motorsport and a thriving era for talented race and rally drivers in the region in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.

Held near the stylish beach region of Comporta, just a short drive from Lisbon and with many local attractions, collectors of all tastes and budgets are invited to join RM Sotheby’s for a truly destination auction event and the chance to acquire sought-after cars from a fellow passionate enthusiast.

Presented below is a selection of stand-out highlights, with all lots available for viewing in the digital catalogue.