Huge collection of American cars headlines Coys’ Maastrict auction on 10 January
Coys will be auctioning one of the largest European collections of Cadillacs ever offered, at this year’s Les Grandes Marques, Interclassics and Topmobiel show in Maastricht, Holland on 10 January.
The Stasys Brundza collection contains a 35 Cadillacs – some of which are very rare. The remainder of the Eastern European collection, which totals 100 cars, contains a selection of highly eclectic and unusual European and American classics.
The oldest car, a Cadillac B 4S, dates back to 1904. With an estimate of €60,000-€75,000, this two-seater single-cylinder is offered in ‘pleasing’ cosmetic condition, painted in Burgundy with correct artillery wheels and brass headlamps.
One of the most iconic-looking American cars is the 1959 Cadillac Sedan De Ville Flat Top, and a prime example will be offered for sale at €30,000-€40,000. Also of particular interest is the 1959 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75, estimated at €20,000 - €25,000.
There are also a number of particularly interesting Soviet-era relics, including the technologically advanced 1969 Tatra 2-603 (€10,000-€15,000) and massively imposing Zil 115, dating from 1986 (€80,000 - €100,000)
Chris Routledge, Managing Partner of Coys, said: ‘Once again we’re delighted to be chosen to handle another significant classic car collection. In December alone we handled the Muller collection from Switzerland and the Fink family from Bayern Munich’s collection in London, but now to have the Brundza collection is a further achievement.‘