Enthusiasts, interested parties and connoisseurs have been looking forward to the date of September 7 for some time. RM Sotheby's is organizing an auction of a carefully assembled collection of classics on this day at Battersea Evolution in London. The parcel list is impressive. In terms of size and composition.
On the other side of the North Sea, prospective buyers are given the opportunity, as usual, to bid on enchanting classics. The number of Porsches is large. The list is dominated by older and younger air-cooled Carreras and Turbos. The catalog also includes a Porsche 911 GT 2 from 1995, a more exotic 911 type from one of the last air-cooled years. That exclusive status gives the 911 GT 2 an estimated return that is between 750.000 and 850.000 pounds. Beautiful Mercedes-Benz classics have also entered the auction catalog. Stuttgart-Untertürkheim is represented with an 300 SEL 3.5, an 300 SL Roadster and an attractive 220 S Coupé.
The Italians are also well represented. Impressive Ferraris - including the F40 and the 250 GT Cabriolet - are the prelude to more. Other connoisseur brands also invite interested parties to make a bid via the parcel list. Maserati is represented by the 3500 GT, a creation of Touring. The prototype of the Mistral 3.5 Coupe and a really beautiful Mistral Spyder 4.0 will also make an attempt to generate a hammer blow. In the meantime, the Fiat Abarth 750 models in Zagato trim also caught our eye in the catalog, including the Record Monza. Alfa Romeo is not left behind, witness the presence of the 6C 2500 Sport Cabriolet and others. This Touring creation comes from 1939 and is said to yield at least one million British Pounds.
Precious stones in RM Sotheby's crown
British classics cannot be missed at an auction in London. The auction list contains some beautiful Jaguars. A special Sunbeam Alpine Harrington NART Coupé also attracts a pleasant red eye. However, it is Aston Martin in particular that keeps British honor high on 7 September. The elegant DB4 Series II from 1961 will look forward to much interest. The same applies to the aristocratic DB 2. But the classic Aston Martin that catches the eye with us the most is the dazzling DB4 Series V Convertible. Only 70 were built from this exotic species. Lot 153 still has its original engine and is in absolute concours condition. As far as we are concerned, it is one of the gems in the RM Sotheby's crown in London. A crown, which this year - as stated - has been used with the aforementioned and more beautiful classical gems. We think he is more than controversial.
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