1952 Jaguar C-Type Sports Racing,1952 Jaguar C-Type Sports Racing

BONHAMS MAGAZINE MOTORING Spring Edition

COMING DOWN THE TRACK FOR SPRING 2016
• Kicking off the year in style, the Scottsdale auction achieved an impressive $18 million, led by a 2015 McLaren P1 that sold for $2,090,0000. In Europe, Ferraris led the Grand Palais sale, with the marque accounting for half of the top ten lots sold.

• In spring, there are a duo of single-marque sales at Bonhams. The Mercedes-Benz Sale in Stuttgart this year focuses on motor cars of the 1930s, with a 1936 Mercedes- Benz 500K Sports Roadster, estimated
at €3,500,000-4,500,000, and a 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Roadster, estimated at €2,700,000-3,500,000. Elsewhere, the Aston Martin Sale has two exceptional DB5 models, with a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible estimated at £750,000-850,000, and, in current ownership since 1973, a 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage Sports Saloon, estimated at £450,000-550,000.

• In this issue, world-renowned motoring historian, Doug Nye, delves deep into the racing past of the legendary Jaguar C-Type now offered at Monaco; Richard Williams takes a look at what makes the Bugatti
Type 57SC so special; and Ruth Fletcher investigates the tale of the long-lost Broughs of Bodmin Moor.

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From the estate of the late Frank Vague, The ex-Hubert Chantrey,1932 Brough Superior 800cc Model BS4 Frame no. 4004 Engine no. M131039

BONHAMS MAGAZINE MOTORING Spring Edition

COMING DOWN THE TRACK FOR SPRING 2016
• Kicking off the year in style, the Scottsdale auction achieved an impressive $18 million, led by a 2015 McLaren P1 that sold for $2,090,0000. In Europe, Ferraris led the Grand Palais sale, with the marque accounting for half of the top ten lots sold.

• In spring, there are a duo of single-marque sales at Bonhams. The Mercedes-Benz Sale in Stuttgart this year focuses on motor cars of the 1930s, with a 1936 Mercedes- Benz 500K Sports Roadster, estimated
at €3,500,000-4,500,000, and a 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Roadster, estimated at €2,700,000-3,500,000. Elsewhere, the Aston Martin Sale has two exceptional DB5 models, with a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible estimated at £750,000-850,000, and, in current ownership since 1973, a 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage Sports Saloon, estimated at £450,000-550,000.

• In this issue, world-renowned motoring historian, Doug Nye, delves deep into the racing past of the legendary Jaguar C-Type now offered at Monaco; Richard Williams takes a look at what makes the Bugatti
Type 57SC so special; and Ruth Fletcher investigates the tale of the long-lost Broughs of Bodmin Moor.

Read more
1985 Ferrari  288 GTO

BONHAMS MAGAZINE MOTORING Spring Edition

COMING DOWN THE TRACK FOR SPRING 2016
• Kicking off the year in style, the Scottsdale auction achieved an impressive $18 million, led by a 2015 McLaren P1 that sold for $2,090,0000. In Europe, Ferraris led the Grand Palais sale, with the marque accounting for half of the top ten lots sold.

• In spring, there are a duo of single-marque sales at Bonhams. The Mercedes-Benz Sale in Stuttgart this year focuses on motor cars of the 1930s, with a 1936 Mercedes- Benz 500K Sports Roadster, estimated
at €3,500,000-4,500,000, and a 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Roadster, estimated at €2,700,000-3,500,000. Elsewhere, the Aston Martin Sale has two exceptional DB5 models, with a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible estimated at £750,000-850,000, and, in current ownership since 1973, a 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage Sports Saloon, estimated at £450,000-550,000.

• In this issue, world-renowned motoring historian, Doug Nye, delves deep into the racing past of the legendary Jaguar C-Type now offered at Monaco; Richard Williams takes a look at what makes the Bugatti
Type 57SC so special; and Ruth Fletcher investigates the tale of the long-lost Broughs of Bodmin Moor.

Read more
Appointed by the Receivers of Midair Squadron Limited,1959 English Electric Canberra PR9 XH134 (G-OMHD)

BONHAMS MAGAZINE MOTORING Spring Edition

COMING DOWN THE TRACK FOR SPRING 2016
• Kicking off the year in style, the Scottsdale auction achieved an impressive $18 million, led by a 2015 McLaren P1 that sold for $2,090,0000. In Europe, Ferraris led the Grand Palais sale, with the marque accounting for half of the top ten lots sold.

• In spring, there are a duo of single-marque sales at Bonhams. The Mercedes-Benz Sale in Stuttgart this year focuses on motor cars of the 1930s, with a 1936 Mercedes- Benz 500K Sports Roadster, estimated
at €3,500,000-4,500,000, and a 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Roadster, estimated at €2,700,000-3,500,000. Elsewhere, the Aston Martin Sale has two exceptional DB5 models, with a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible estimated at £750,000-850,000, and, in current ownership since 1973, a 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage Sports Saloon, estimated at £450,000-550,000.

• In this issue, world-renowned motoring historian, Doug Nye, delves deep into the racing past of the legendary Jaguar C-Type now offered at Monaco; Richard Williams takes a look at what makes the Bugatti
Type 57SC so special; and Ruth Fletcher investigates the tale of the long-lost Broughs of Bodmin Moor.

Read more
  1. 1985 Ferrari  288 GTO
  2. Appointed by the Receivers of Midair Squadron Limited,1959 English Electric Canberra PR9 XH134 (G-OMHD)
  3. A rare supercharged,1926 MERCEDES-BENZ  24/100/140 PS MODEL K La Baule Transformable  Chassis no. 35426 Engine no. 60616
  4. 1952 Jaguar C-Type Sports Racing,1952 Jaguar C-Type Sports Racing
  5. From the estate of the late Frank Vague, The ex-Hubert Chantrey,1932 Brough Superior 800cc Model BS4 Frame no. 4004 Engine no. M131039

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