Sure, April is a busy month with 29 auctions worldwide. But May is doing just as well with 28 live auctions. Auctions next month are not only in the UK and the USA but also in Spain, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands.
All the high-wheeled cars of today, like the Renault Captur, Volkswagen T-Cross, Ford Kuga and all, they have an ancestor in this stylish Simca from the late 1970s. We found this fine looking example in Greece.
Again an auto museum has to close and sell its collection. The Tupelo Automobile Museum was founded in 2002 and had a collection of around 170 vehicles. It is to be sold by Bonhams on April 26 and 27. A Tucker and a Duesenberg Model J are expected to make top dollar.
During the sale at the Goodwood Members Meeting, there will be 24 cars on sale from the collection of the Key auto museum in Turkey. That's only part of the museum's collection, the sale has to do with a change in the direction of the museum, Bonhams says.
This sleek convertible was built in 1950 on a pre-war chassis. But what make is it? Is it German or could it be American? The curved wings even look a bit eastern-European. And it is a pretty big car too, quite long. Alright then, we will tell you what it is after the break.
Australian classic car dealer Gosford Classic Cars have to close its doors after a conflict with the tax office. The entire collection of 150 cars from all parts of the world is to be sold in a no-reserve auction on Sunday, April 7.
Auction house Stanislas Machoïr will be having a sale of an entire Spanishmotor museum on May 16. The museum is the Retro Auto Moto Museum (RAMM) in Barcelona. And the collection consists of a wide variety of Western European and Eastern European vehicles.
The Retro Auto Moto Museo is located in the centre of
The Ford Corsair was Ford middle-class model in the1960s in the UK. It was basically a stretched Cortina, equipped with a 1.500 cc straight-four. It was the successor of the Ford Consul 315, which itself looked like a crossbreed of a Ford Anglia 105E and a 1960 Lincoln Continental.
A Grand Tourer indeed, the 220/250/280SE Coupé served as a coupé not for one, but for two generations of Mercedes S-class. If you want to buy a classic Mercedes-Benz 280 SE, keep in mind that values can go from 30,000 to 450,000 US-dollar.
If you ask yourself why would you buy a classic Mercedes-Benz 280