€1m Ferrari could rev to success in Monaco
1m Ferrari could rev to success in Monaco
This 1966 model could achieve as much as Bonhams' entire Oxford car auction, when it sells in April
Bonhams will unveil agreat selection of collectors' cars as part of its annual sale of motor cars and automobilia in Monaco, on April 30.
This year, the annual Les Grandes Marques Monaco celebrates its 21st consecutive year and takes place at the Muse des Voitures du Prince.
Leading the charge, a historic 1950 Ferrari 166/195S Cabriolet by Vignale is expected to fetch in the region of 1m.
From the same marque is a very rare and sought after "alloy bodied" 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, estimated at 680,000 -840,000.
The 1950 Ferrari 166/195S, estimated in the region of 1m
An early 1989 Ferrari F40, formerly owned by Michel Neugarten, is also for sale. Raced in the Italian GT championship and the BPR series, it carries an estimate of 230,000-280,000.
A rare 1976 'vetroresina' Ferrari 308 GTB 1976 is also expected to drive lots of interest.
It will sell estimated at 50,000-80,000.
Meanwhile, Bonhams enjoyed great results at its Oxford auction, earlier this month. Theevent boasted classic cars from every decade, and achieved a total of 1,017,317in sales.