The sale is just as much about concours beauties as it is about basket cases and bargains. All price points are covered between the €500 of that Fiat 500 and €2.5 million and beyond, with top estimate going to a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/6C at €2.4-2.8m. Other big-ticket highlights include a 1965 Alfa Giulia Sprint GTA (€200-230,000), 2005 Ford GT (€220-250,000), Bugatti EB110 (€275-325,000), Porsche 959 Komfort (€600-700,000), and a Maserati MC12 with a guide of €1.1-1.3m. And all of them without reserve.
The middle ground is made up of a huge selection of Porsches, Jaguars, Alfas, Lancias, Fiats and Ferraris, with a sprinkling of Rolls, Astons and Lamborghinis. There are some racing cars too, like a 1968 Chevron B10 F2 car (guide price €20-30,000) and a 1991 F1 March (€15-20,000).
And have we told you about the hydroplanes from Alfa Romeo and Lamborghini (from €1000), the speedboats (like the pretty Abbate Villa d'Este Runabout (€500-1000), and motor cycles like the Jawa Speedway with a guide of €500-1,000…
Hang on, we’re just going back to the site for another look….