Techno Classica, Essen

Auction Details


Norbertstraße 2,
45131 Essen,

Date 08 Apr 2017
Time 1PM

Wednesday 5th April from 2.00pm to 8.00pm
Thursday 6th April from 9.00am to 6.00pm
Friday 7th April from 9.00am to 7.00pm
Saturday 8th April from 09.00am

Location Essen, Germany
Admission Admission by Catalogue (Admits Two)
Collection Terms Terms & Conditions of Business


Techno Classica, Essen 2017 RESULTS

1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider


The Spider first broke cover at the 1961 Turin Motorshow, though production did not commence until 1966. The pretty two-seater Roadster, then known as the ‘Duetto’, is said to have been the last project with which ‘Pinin’ Farina was...

1965 Porsche 911

€165,000 restoration recently completed


The 911 traces its roots to sketches drawn by Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche in 1959. The Porsche 911 was developed as a more powerful, larger, more comfortable re- placement for the Porsche 356, the company’s first model. The new car...

1957 Mercedes 190SL

Recently Restored To Original Specification


Alongside its hyper-expensive race-bred sports car – the 300SL – Mercedes-Benz offered the less exotic but no less refined 190 SL. Announced in 1954 and based on the 180 saloon whose all-independently-suspended running gear it used, the 190...

1972 Citroen SM

One Owner From New - Offered With No Reserve


‘Project S’ emerged from Citroën’s requirement to develop a sports variant of the revolutionary DS. As was customary for the quirky French firm, many running concept vehicles were developed with increasingly complex and upmarket features to differentiate the...

1999 Ferrari 355 Spider

Two Owners From New


Despite its prodigious performance the F355 was no mere ‘racer on the road’, but a thoroughly modern automobile employing state-of-the-art technology, in the form of computer-controlled variable damping, to reconcile the differing require- ments of ultimate roadholding and acceptable...

1923 Delahaye Typ 87 Torpedo


One of the world’s first automotive manufacturers, Delahaye Automobile was founded in Tours in 1894 by Emile Delahaye, and was initially involved in production of belt-driven cars with either single or two cylinder engines mounted to the rear.

1955 AC Aceca  


The Ace Ferrari-style open two-seater was followed in 1954 by the Aceca coupe which we see today - a beautifully proportioned early example of a G.T. type body. Later models are fitted with Bristol and Ford engines, and...