70 cars line up for auction at the Frankfurt motor show this weekend.
Coys have amassed a line up of 70 classic and sports cars for their inaugural auction at the Frankfurt International Motor Show on Saturday 26th September.
Cars within the consignment include a 1967 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series II (estimated at €350,000 to €380,000), a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Touring (€500,000 - €700,000), and a 1925 Bugatti T30 Tourer (€400,000 - €500,000).
Coys were revealed as Frankfurt’s official auction partner earlier this year, with this weekend’s auction the first to be held at the show.
The 1967 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series II on offer is one of just 455 series two cars ever to be made, and was the car from the 250 series that struck gold with suits and ties alike, with its balanced compromise between comfort and lofty performance. This example arrives at auction in excellent condition following a 2014 restoration, original manuals and German road registration papers. The Fezza has had three previous owners.
The Carrera RS is regarded by many as the all-time classic 911, which is why the immaculate example heading to Frankfurt this weekend could fetch up to €700,000. The most distinctive addition to all ‘Touring’ Carreras’s was the ‘ducktail’ rear spoiler, which was designed in Porsche’s wind-tunnel to keep the rear-end planted at high speed. Fully restored in 2012, the 911 has done just 7,500km in the hands of two previous owners, and is almost entirely original.
From the pre-war days comes the 1925 Bugatti T30 Tourer, which favourably has been under same German ownership since 1985. After a comprehensive restoration was completed before the turn of the century, the T30 Tourer remains in immaculate condition and complete with its original body, engine, gearbox and rear axle.
Other standout cars set to cross the auction block include a beautiful 1965 TVR Griffith built to FIA-spec (€80,000 - €110,000), a 1958 Jaguar XK150SE Drophead Coupe (€120,000 - €140,000), and a last-of-the-line 1996 Ferrari 512M (€250,000 - €285,000), with just 31,942km on the clock.
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