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Grandes Marques, Maastricht

Auction Details

Address

MECC
Forum 100
6229GV Maastricht
The Netherlands

Date 17 Jan 2020
Time 2:00 PM
Viewing

Thursday 16th January from 12.00pm to 8.00pm
Friday 17th January from 10.00am to start of sale
Saturday 18th January from 9.00am to start of sale
Sunday 19th January : On View During Show Opening Hours

Location Maastricht, The Netherlands
Admission Admission by catalogue only (admits two)
Collection Terms Terms & Conditions of Business

Grandes Marques, Maastricht 2020 LOT LIST

1986 Alpina B10

#16 of only 77 produced

ESTIMATE: €38,000-€45,000

This exceptional B10 Alpina on offer here is described as completely original, matching numbers, all original panels, rust free and never welded. The Alpina B10 #16 was delivered new to Japan on January 30th of 1986 (original Alpina order...

1965 Alfa Romeo Racing GTA

ESTIMATE: €35,000-€45,000

Introduced in 1962, Alfa Romeo’s 106-Series 2600 range was a direct replacement for the preceding 102-Series 2000 cars. The latter’s chassis design and body styles were retained, with minor revisions and improvements, but in place of the old 2.0-litre,...

1974 BMW 2002

ESTIMATE: €12,000-€15,000

The BMW 2002 series is important in the history of BMW for several reasons; not the least of which being that it brought the company out of near bankruptcy in the 1960’s and put BMW on the map in...

1987 Porsche 928 S4

ESTIMATE: €20,000-€25,000

First introduced to the world at the Geneva Salon in 1977, and subsequently voted European Car of the Year in 1978, the 928 was intended as a more refined replacement for the long-running 911. With the 928, Porsche had...

1973 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 4.5

two owners from new

ESTIMATE: €13,000-€16,000

The Mercedes-Benz W108 and W109 were produced from 1965 through to 1972, and a total of 383,361 units were manufactured. Premièred in 1965, the initial model line-up consisted of three W108s: 250S, 250SE, 300SE W109, and the 300SEL. Engines for...

1969 Mini Cooper Mark II

ESTIMATE: €15,000-€18,000

Alec Issigonis’ friend John Cooper, owner of the Cooper Car Company and designer and builder of Formula 1 and Sports Cars, saw the potential of the Mini for competition. Issigonis was initially reluctant to see the Mini as a...