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TAG HEUER Monaco, Wanduhr

TAG HEUER Monaco, Wanduhr

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 55)

  • POWER CONTROL, dealership/wall clock
  • black dial
  • brushed metal cabinet with glass
  • quartz movement
  • measurements 30 x 30 cm
  • additional indications for decoration only

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GRANDPRIX ORIGINALS Racing Gulf, Reisetasche

GRANDPRIX ORIGINALS Racing Gulf, Reisetasche

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 55)

  • as new
  • leather gulf blue/orange
  • inside lined with black cotton
  • double zip with perforated pedal design, two inner pockets and shoulder strap
  • measurements: width 45 cm, height 28 cm, depth 15 cm

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Becker TrafficStar, Autoradio

Becker TrafficStar, Autoradio

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 55)

  • blue display
  • Navisys navigation system
  • supports various CD changers
  • dual tuner
  • 16 MB of RAM

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POCHER Lamborghini Aventador, Modellauto

POCHER Lamborghini Aventador, Modellauto

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 55)

  • replica of the Lamborghini Aventador in isis white
  • construction kit with more than 600 pieces
  • scale 1:8
  • weight 7 kg
  • full metal car body, painted
  • moving parts

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1983 Renault R4

1983 Renault R4

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 55)

Renault R4

    Year of manufacture: 1983
    Engine capacity (ccm): 1.100
    Power output: 25 kW / 34 hp
    Top speed: 120 km/h
    Transmission: manual transmission
    Odometer (unwarranted): 37.300 km
    Production period: 1961 - 1992

    Vehicle Description:
    • Renault R4, French cult car with amazingly low mileage
    • used to run in France, imported in 2017
    • GTL specifications, electric fan and radio
    • only 37,300 km on the odometer
    • interior original and unrestored, in unbelievable condition for its age
    • roof has various small dents (may be due to damage by hail)
    • paintjob of mediocre quality
    • comes with the legendary revolver-style gear lever
    • French service booklet and owner's manual available
    • valid technical approval until 08/2019 and historic plates
    • fine specimen of one of the best loved french compact cars

    Model History:
    The unadulterated mix of "laissez-faire" and "savoir-vivre".

    For some it was the "better duck", for many just a workhorse, a loyal companion, a cheap student car, for others it has always been an expression of a living culture: the Renault 4 found friends from all corners of society. In fact the angular 5-door car with front-wheel drive and platform frame, launched in 1961, was an extremely versatile vehicle with plenty of room, which besides could be run cost-effectively. A total of more than 8 million of the small space-saving miracles were produced in 16 countries over a period of 3 decades.

    In order to transfer the 24 to 34 hp - depending on the engine fitted - to the front wheels, the driver uses the quaint revolver gear lever. As of 1968 this lever controlled a four-speed gearbox, previously there had only been three gears.
    All in all, the R4 was and still is a car that teaches serenity in a charming way and yet offers comfort, a car which knows how to turn modesty into liberty.

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    1987 Peugeot 205 CT Convertible

    1987 Peugeot 205 CT Convertible

    Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 55)

    Peugeot 205 CT Convertible

      Year of manufacture: 1987
      Engine capacity (ccm): 1.360
      Power output: 61 kW / 84 hp
      Top speed: 175 km/h
      Transmission: manual transmission
      Odometer (unwarranted): 15.000 km
      Production period: 1983 - 1998

      Vehicle Description:
      • "Petit Lion", 1987 Peugeot 205 CT Convertible with extraordinarily low mileage
      • Austrian car, always kept in garage
      • decomissioned from 1994 to 2011 and displayed in Austrian Peugeot dealership showroom
      • since then only driven in fair weather, all trips recorded in vehicle logbook
      • service booklet, original sales brochure and various reference books available
      • rust-free original condition, free of accident damage
      • original CT alloys, original tonneau cover
      • new exhaust
      • full-fledged spare tyre underneath boot
      • cassette radio
      • unique specimen of Peugeot's popular 205, a classic that feels like new

      Model History:
      Without exaggeration, one can say that the Peugeot 205 marked a turning point in history for the world's 2nd oldest car manufacturer. The hpA group had in 1980 incurred a loss - for the first time ever. Owing to the instant and enduring success of the 205, which was presented in 1983 and produced for a full 15 years with very little visual changes, the company not only recovered, but thrived. The "little lion", as it was lovingly called, was a highly versatile and thoroughly modern compact 3- and 5-door hatchback, which came with an immensely rich engine palette. Forever popular was the GTI, which by name and nature rivalled with its VW Golf counterpart. In 1986, the Pininfarina-styled convertible variant was added, and in the same year, an automatic gearbox became an option.
      A total of over 5.3 million units sold meant a new company record for Peugeot at that time. Over 410,000 copies went to customers in Germany, where in the years 1985 and 1986, the 205 was the best selling imported car. Unforgotten are the successes on the rallye tracks around the globe, where the mid-engined 205 Turbo 16 achieved many victories.

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      1981 Honda PC01 CX 500 Custom C

      1981 Honda PC01 CX 500 Custom C

      Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 55)

      Honda PC01 CX 500 Custom C

        Year of manufacture: 1981
        Engine capacity (ccm): 493
        Power output: 37 kW / 50 hp
        Top speed: 170 km/h
        Transmission: manual transmission
        Odometer (unwarranted): 32950 km
        Production period: 1978 - 1986

        Vehicle Description:
        • 1981 Honda CX 500 Custom "Bobber"
        • 2015 / 2016 elaborately rebuilt in Cafe Racer style
        • shortened rear, custom-built exhaust header, handlebar, headlamp and speedo fastenings
        • stainless steel battery box, new seat upholstered with punctuated leather
        • original fuel tank indented, tin-coated and hand-painted
        • new fork springs, oil seals, new oil in front fork
        • new wiring harness and plugs
        • K&N air filter and Motogadget ECU fitted
        • carburettor overhauled and polished
        • all attached parts replaced or renewed / repainted
        • brake callipers overhauled and painted, steelflex brake lines fitted
        • German registration documents, valid technical approval until 08/2018

        Model History:
        The "slurry pump" - not a particularly flattering nickname, you would think. Yet it's the name affectionately used by German motorcycle enthusiasts when referring to their Honda CX. The story began in 1978 when Honda put a thoroughly modern bike onto the market: It featured an electric starter, a low-maintenance shaft drive - and a water-cooled longitudinal OHV twin engine. Some traditionally-minded bikers considered these modern gimmicks unnecessary and made fun of them, among them comic strip artist Roetger Feldmann who had his hero "Werner" use a Honda CX to pump liquid manure.
        The Honda CX series was highly successful and remained in production until 1986. It was available with plenty of variants and a range of engines, from 20 kW (27 hp) all the way up to 75 kW (102 hp) in the CX 650 Turbo. Fitted with its "Comstar" wheels, it was also the first production motorcycle to use tubeless tyres. Not least due to their reliability, the Honda CX was popular not only in its standard shape, but also as a basis for customization, and is fast becoming a cult bike, with owners clubs around the world.

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        1987 BMW 316 (E30) Baur-Convertible TC2

        1987 BMW 316 (E30) Baur-Convertible TC2

        Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 55)

        BMW 316 (E30) Baur-Convertible TC2

          Year of manufacture: 1987
          Engine capacity (ccm): 1754
          Power output: 66 kW / 90 hp
          Top speed: 175 km/h
          Transmission: manual transmission
          Odometer (unwarranted): 193600 km
          Production period: 1983 - 1991

          Vehicle Description:
          • rare BMW 316 Baur convertible TC2
          • built in 1987, at a time when the factory convertible was already available
          • only two German owners from new
          • lambda-controlled catalytic converter retrofitted
          • 2015/2016 around € 1,000 invested on repair and maintenance
          • new windshield sealing frame, new noise-absorbing mats, new fan belt
          • oil change, underbody cavity sealing with Fluidoil
          • new set of tyres on the original BMW alloys
          • gray velours interior with more pronounced traces of use on driver's seat
          • valid technical approval until 01/2019 and historic plates
          • Baur Topcabrio, the more extraordinary way of E30 open-top motoring

          Model History:
          BMW's 2nd generation of the 3 series, the E30, replaced its popular predecessor in 1982. With its straight lines, Claus Luthe - who had penned the timeless NSU Ro 80 - created a car that perfectly catered to the taste of its era. The handsome and well-built cars with their wonderfully smooth engines were originally available as 2- and 4-door sedans. As early as 1983, the Baur company at Stuttgart produced a convertible which was distributed through BMW's official retailers - as had been the case with the predecessor E21. With its fixed window frames and the roll bar, it featured typical 1980s styling cues. The official name was "TC2", which meant it was the second edition of Baur's "top cabrio". Demand was satisfactory - until two years later, BMW presented their own convertible, the first in 15 years. In its completely open state, devoid of the aforementioned bars and beams, it was considered more elegant than the Baur version and became an immediate sales success. Baur - who ironically had designed the factory E30 convertible - continued to offer the TC2 until 1991, albeit with limited success. In the end, 10,865 Baur TC2 had been assembled, making up less than 10 % of the 140,000 factory convertibles. It is precisely this infrequence which nowadays makes a well-kept Baur convertible a sought-after alternative.

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          1992 BMW 320i (E30) Convertible

          1992 BMW 320i (E30) Convertible

          Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 55)

          BMW 320i (E30) Convertible

            Year of manufacture: 1992
            Engine capacity (ccm): 1.991
            Power output: 95 kW / 129 hp
            Top speed: 195 km/h
            Transmission: manual transmission
            Odometer (unwarranted): 207.400 km
            Production period: 1985 - 1993

            Vehicle Description:
            • BMW 320i convertible from the E30 series
            • original German delivery, only one owner from new
            • reportedly accident-free
            • windblocker, heated BMW sports seats, headlight wipers
            • power windows front and rear, original BMW cassette radio
            • M-Technic sports suspension, ABS, power steering
            • black leather interior
            • black soft top
            • at 25 years of age, a definite classic already

            Model History:
            BMW's 2nd generation of the 3 series, the E30, replaced its popular predecessor in 1982. With its straight lines, Claus Luthe - who had penned the timeless NSU Ro 80 - created a car that perfectly catered to the taste of its era. The handsome and well-built cars with their wonderfully smooth engines were originally available as 2- and 4-door sedans. As early as 1983, the Baur company at Stuttgart produced a convertible which was distributed through BMW's official retailers. With its fixed window frames and the roll bar, it featured typical 1980s styling cues. Two years later, BMW presented their own convertible - the first in 15 years. And how different it looked in its completely open state, devoid of the aforementioned bars and beams.
            It became an immediate success. Over 140,000 units were built until production ceased in 1993, three years after the launch of the E36 sedan.
            30 years after its presentation, the E30 convertible has already become a sought-after classic. It is getting exceedingly difficult to find a well-preserved, original specimen - simply because many have suffered dearly at the hands of a financially inflexible clientele of 3rd and 4th hand owners attraced by the racing qualities of the E30 3 series.

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            1990 Porsche 944 S2 Convertible

            1990 Porsche 944 S2 Convertible

            Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 55)

            Porsche 944 S2 Convertible

              Year of manufacture: 1990
              Engine capacity (ccm): 2.990
              Power output: 155 kW / 211 hp
              Top speed: 240 km/h
              Transmission: manual transmission
              Odometer (unwarranted): 134.400 mls
              Production period: 1981 - 1991

              Vehicle Description:
              • Porsche 944 S2 Convertible from penultimate year of production run
              • sought-after 3.0 litre engine
              • originally delivered to the US, re-imported in 2016
              • unwarranted 134,000 on the odometer
              • according to Carfax, only one owner from new until 2016
              • nice colour combination of blue paint, blue softtop and beige leather interior
              • dashboard cracked due to exposure to intense sunlight
              • driver's seat with visible traces of use
              • heated seats, electrically adjustable; cruise control; air conditioning; dual airbags
              • runs on "manhole cover" rims
              • original sales invoice available
              • fast-appreciating Porsche which needs a few things done

              Model History:
              The Porsche 944 was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1981. It was based technically and optically on the 924 which had come out 5 years earlier. The Audi sourced engine of the 924, which had come under criticism by Porsche purists, was replaced by a genuinly Porsche 2.5 litre straight-4, which was effectively half of the 928's 5.0 litre V8.
              A turbo version was introduced in 1985, further power increases came with the 944 S in 1987 and the 944 S2 in 1989. The strongest engine available in a 944 was a 3.0 litre with 184 kW (250 hp) and a top speed of 260 km/h - impressive performance for a 4-cylinder car!
              A convertible was only available in 1990 and 1991. Owing to its transaxle layout, handling of the 944 was superb, which is why it won the "Best Handling Production Car in America" award in 1984. In 1991, the 944 was replaced by the 968 which retained the characteristic styling cues of the 924/ 944.

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              1995 Porsche 968 Convertible

              1995 Porsche 968 Convertible

              Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 11 of 55)

              Porsche 968 Convertible

                Year of manufacture: 1995
                Engine capacity (ccm): 2990
                Power output: 176 kW / 239 hp
                Top speed: 247 km/h
                Transmission: automatic
                Odometer (unwarranted): 113.300 mls
                Production period: 1992 - 1995

                Vehicle Description:
                • guards red Porsche 968 convertible from last year of production run
                • built in 1994 as a 1995 model
                • re-imported vehicle, used to run in Texas, USA
                • clean Carfax report
                • matching numbers' vehicle, Certificate of Authenticity available
                • headlights converted to EU specifications
                • electrically actuated soft top, cruise control, air conditioning, power windows
                • no visible traces of rust or accident damage
                • paint peelings, paintwork faded, visible re-painting
                • somewhat more pronounced traces of use in interior, some missing or damaged parts
                • seats in good condition
                • valid technical approval until 03/2019, ready for instant registration
                • Porsche's 4-cylinder transaxle sports car at its highest level of development

                Model History:
                Originally intended to be yet another facelift for the Porsche 944, the 968 only became a model in its own right after the Porsche management had realised that about 80 % of the mechanical components had been either modified or replaced altogether. The resulting car still looked very much like a 944 when seen from the side, or indeed from the inside, which was unchanged from the 944 S2. The front and rear sections of the car had been restyled, though, giving them a stronger family resemblance with the 928, and anticipating styling cues from the 993.
                Production of the 968 - available as coupe or convertible - was no longer at Audi's Neckarsulm plant where the 924 and 944 had been assembled, but at Porsche's own Zuffenhausen factory. The 968 featured an updated version of the 3.0 litre inline 4-cylinder powerplant of its predecessor, which produced 177 kW (240 hp) and was mated to a 6-speed manual gearshift.
                As of 1993, a Clubsport version of the 968 targeted customers who preferred a more lightweight, and therefore faster car to the rather luxuriously equipped, and more expensive, standard 968.
                A very limited series of 968 Turbo S and 968 Turbo RS needs to be mentioned. With the 968, the era of 4-cylinder Porsche cars also came to an end... until almost two decades later, in 2016, the 718 Boxster revived this tradtition.

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                1968 Mercedes-Benz 250 SEb Coupe

                1968 Mercedes-Benz 250 SEb Coupe

                Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 12 of 55)

                Mercedes-Benz 250 SEb Coupe

                  Year of manufacture: 1968
                  Engine capacity (ccm): 2.470
                  Power output: 110 kW / 150 hp
                  Top speed: 185 km/h
                  Transmission: automatic
                  Odometer (unwarranted): 43.500 mls
                  Production period: 1961 - 1971

                  Vehicle Description:
                  • 1968 Mercedes-Benz 250 SE Coupe Automatic
                  • delivered to the US when new and re-imported to Germany in 2014
                  • white exterior paint nicely contrasted by the car's dark blue interior
                  • 2.5 litre six-cylinder engine with 110 kW (150 hp) of power
                  • engine runs smooth with plunger type pump working as it should
                  • automatic transmission with steering wheel gear selector
                  • interior in good condition except for a damage to the passenger seat
                  • clean headliner without the usual stains
                  • burl wood dashboard reconditioned in the past
                  • chrome trim complete and largely without damage
                  • underbody has been welded, photo documentation available
                  • requires revision of electric components, braking system and chassis
                  • Classic Data appraisal values the car at € 36,000 (condition: 2-; 2014)
                  • not a perfect vehicle, but an investment in the future

                  Model History:
                  Maybe the most elegant Mercedes-Benz coupe of all times?

                  As of February 1961, the coupe and convertible variants of the W111 became available, initially using the same drivetrain as the sedan model 220 SE. They were referred to as 220 SEb/C. After that, engine sizes - and prices, too - of the coupes just kept going up. The 250 SE, 280 SE and 300 SE followed, and just before the end of the production run, the 350 SE.

                  In contrast to its predecessor, coupe and convertible are based on the unshortened carrier of the associated sedan and were thus a full four-seater. Coupe and sedan have also stylistically many similarities, but not one of the components of the four-door car could be used for the coupe or convertible. More than four times as many parts as for the sedan were made by hand for the coupes and convertibles.

                  These C-models were the last largely handmade Mercedes, which is why coupe and convertible prices were almost twice as high as that of the sedan.

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                  1975 Porsche 911 S Targa

                  1975 Porsche 911 S Targa

                  Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 13 of 55)

                  Porsche 911 S Targa

                    Year of manufacture: 1975
                    Engine capacity (ccm): 2687
                    Power output: 121 kW / 165 hp
                    Top speed: 210 km/h
                    Transmission: manual transmission
                    Odometer (unwarranted): 115200 mls
                    Production period: 1973 - 1989

                    Vehicle Description:
                    • early, honest 1975 Porsche 911 S Targa
                    • rare chrome model, 2.7 litre S engine with 121 kW (165 hp) of power
                    • matching numbers vehicle, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity available
                    • originally delivered to Wilmington, Massachusetts (USA)
                    • imported to Germany in 2012
                    • body and interior restored in Germany 2013-2014, fully documented, all invoices available
                    • now looking like it did when new
                    • red leatherette interior ex works, now colour matching leather interior
                    • Blaupunkt radio on board
                    • German registration documents, valid technical approval until 10/2019 and historic plates
                    • very attractive Porsche 911, fun to drive while providing true collector's value

                    Model History:
                    A legend goes into the next generation - and loses no bit of temperament and class!

                    The second generation of the Porsche 911 (G model) came on the market in 1973 as a successor to the Porsche 911 (original model). It was a 2+2-seater sports car and available as coupe, convertible (as of 1983), Targa and Speedster.
                    The 911 was equipped with the following engines: 2.7 to 3.0 litre petrol engine (150-188 hp) and, for the Carrera version, 2.7 to 3.2 litre petrol engine (200-231 hp). The last Porsche 911 G-model rolled off the assembly line in 1989.
                    For the 1981 model year, Porsche had introduced a 7-year warranty against rust, they were the first manufacturer in the world to do so. The entire chassis was made of double-sided galvanized steel. From these corrosion protection measures, the Porsche 911 benefits until today. As of 1986, the warranty was extended to 10 years. Another 1986 upgrade are the reinforced stabilizers.

                    This car is almost a must in any good garage!

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                    1971 Porsche 911 T Coupe

                    1971 Porsche 911 T Coupe

                    Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 14 of 55)

                    Porsche 911 T Coupe

                      Year of manufacture: 1971
                      Engine capacity (ccm): 2.195
                      Power output: 92 kW / 125 hp
                      Top speed: 205 km/h
                      Transmission: manual transmission
                      Odometer (unwarranted): 69.800 mls
                      Production period: 1963 - 1973

                      Vehicle Description:
                      • Porsche 911 T, F-model built in 1971
                      • delivered to the US when new, re-imported into Germany 45 years later
                      • air-cooled 2.2 litre flat-six engine in the rear, 92 kW (125 hp) of power
                      • engine rebuilt in the US, looks clean and runs reportedly very smooth
                      • daily driver
                      • interior in RS style
                      • bicolour (red/black) decor and period Recaro sports seats, still in good condition
                      • four-spoke sports steering wheel
                      • runs on bicolour black and silver Fuchs rims
                      • a sports car from the pre-digital age, which is no less fun to drive today

                      Model History:
                      In the late 1950s, Porsche began to develop a successor to the 356, as it had been produced virtually unchanged since 1950 and was technically no longer up-to-date. The new model should be superior to its predecessor in all areas, without sacrificing the typical Porsche design. It made its debut in 1963 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, labelled Porsche 901. Due to naming rights claims by Peugeot, the "0" in the centre was replaced by a "1", so that in 1964, the car entered the market as Porsche 911, with a 2-litre six-cylinder boxer engine. In 1966, Porsche expanded its model range to three models.
                      The models T, L (later replaced by the designation E) and S differed mainly in terms of engine performance and the features' list. The 911 T was the entry-level. the 911 S the top model. In 1969 the engine capacity was expanded from 1,991 cc to 2,195 cc. Two years later, there was a further increase in displacement to 2,341 cc. The power output of the engines went up accordingly, so that the top model, the 911 S, took to the streets with 140 kW (190 hp). It should also be mentioned that the wheelbase grew by 5.7 cm as of 1968.

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                      CHOPARD MILLE MIGLIA Gran Turismo XL, Wanduhr

                      CHOPARD MILLE MIGLIA Gran Turismo XL, Wanduhr

                      Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 15 of 55)

                      • POWER CONTROL, dealership/wall clock
                      • chrome stainless steel cabinet with genuine glass
                      • black dial
                      • quartz movement
                      • diameter of 31 cm
                      • luminescent hands
                      • additional indication for decoration only

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                      Porsche 911 Carrera (993), Artwork

                      Porsche 911 Carrera (993), Artwork

                      Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 16 of 55)

                      • 2017
                      • material: Alu-Dibond Fineart
                      • format: 105 x 70 cm

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                      Porsche 993 alloys

                      Porsche 993 alloys

                      Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 17 of 55)

                      • original Porsche rims for models 993/996
                      • near new condition
                      • 2x 8x18, front axle
                      • 2x 10x18, rear axle

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                      Casio Edifice, Chronograph

                      Casio Edifice, Chronograph

                      Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 18 of 55)

                      • Red Bull Limited Edition
                      • autumn/winter collection 2010
                      • stainless steel cabinet, approx. 46 mm
                      • Quartz movement
                      • mineral glass
                      • black dial with date indication
                      • folding closure with safety
                      • slight traces of use

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                      1963 MG Midget Mk. I

                      1963 MG Midget Mk. I

                      Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 19 of 55)

                      MG Midget Mk. I

                        Year of manufacture: 1963
                        Engine capacity (ccm): 948
                        Power output: 31 kW / 42 hp
                        Top speed: 145 km/h
                        Transmission: manual transmission
                        Odometer (unwarranted): 7800 mls
                        Production period: 1961 - 1979

                        Vehicle Description:
                        • tartan red 1963 MG Midget Mk. I
                        • according to BMIHT certificate, produced 13-14 February 1963, despatched 19 February 1963
                        • specifications for "home market", RHD car, imported to Germany in 1994
                        • factory fitted equipment includes heater, toughened glass windscreen, red tonneau cover
                        • original 1,098 cc engine was at one point replaced with 948 cc engine ex Austin A 40 MK2
                        • full ownership history since 1987
                        • restored 2007 / 2008, photo documentation available
                        • 13" painted wire wheels and wood-rim steering wheel
                        • stainless steel exhaust system
                        • vehicle comes with FIVA identity card and British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate
                        • successful participation in numerous classic car rallyes, amongst others Paul-Pietsch-Klassik, Hamburg-Berlin-Klassik etc.
                        • valid technical approval until 05/2018 and historic plates

                        Model History:
                        "Midget" was a popular name for MG's small sports cars; it had been employed since 1929 and had also been used for the long-running T series production of which ended in 1955. The "new Midget" of 1961, however, was not strictly speaking an MG at all, instead it was a badge-engineered version of the Austin-Healey Sprite Mk. II - a fact which MG enthusiasts didn't like much at first. However, the lightweight open two seater became a great success and ended up out-selling its Austin-Healey counterpart. During its 18-year production run, the Midget was facelifted several times: The Mk II (1964) brought wind-up windows and swivelling quarter lights. The Mk III (1966) featured a permanently attached hood which was much easier to use. In 1974, the Midget 1500 came with large plastic bumpers and an increased ride height to meet US regulations. Of course, engine size and power output also increased over time, from 948 cc / 34 kW (46 hp) originally to 1,493 cc / 48 kW (66 hp). An interesting detail is that the shape of the rear-wheel arches went from a somewhat square shape to round, and back again. Across all versions, just short of 225,000 MG Midgets were built.

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                        1976 MG B GT

                        1976 MG B GT

                        Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 20 of 55)

                        MG B GT

                          Year of manufacture: 1976
                          Engine capacity (ccm): 1767
                          Power output: 70 kW / 95 hp
                          Top speed: 170 km/h
                          Transmission: manual transmission
                          Odometer (unwarranted): 39800 km
                          Production period: 1962 - 1980

                          Vehicle Description:
                          • MG B GT in classical colour combination: dark green with beige leather interior
                          • frame-on restoration over the course of over three years, 2003-2007
                          • around 1,250 hours of work, € 18,000 invested
                          • visual appearance altered to resemble the pre-1974 chrome model
                          • comprehensive document and invoice file available
                          • meticulously maintained since the restoration, only 3,000 km travelled
                          • four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive
                          • beautiful wooden steering wheel and gear lever knob
                          • Becker Europa radio on board
                          • German registration documents, valid technical approval until 02/2018 and historic plates
                          • certainly one of the nicest MG B GTs currently on the market

                          Model History:
                          After seven years and over 100,000 units sold, the MGA was ripe for replacement in 1962. The successor, named MGB, featured a modern unibody layout with crumple zones. The engine was taken over from the MGA, but displacement grew to 1.8 litres, which enabled a power output of 70 kW (95 hp). At first, the roadster was the only available body style, this changed with the introduction of the MGB GT in 1965, a fixed-roof hatchback coupe designed by Pininfarina, which shared most components with the roadster, including the rigid floor pan.
                          A six-cylinder variant was sold as MGC from 1967-1969, and the MGB GT V8 from 1973-1976 featured a 3.5 litre Rover V8 engine. During the 18-year long production run, the standard MGB was subject to only minor modifications. A total of 523,836 cars had left the factory when production ceased in 1980.
                          Interestingly, 12 years after its discontinuation, the MGB was relaunched and from 1993 to 1995, another 2,000 units were built with new body panels, a 3.9 litre Rover V8 engine but otherwise comparatively few changes, and sold as MG RV8.

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                          1985 BMW 635 CSi

                          1985 BMW 635 CSi

                          Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 21 of 55)

                          BMW 635 CSi

                            Year of manufacture: 1985
                            Engine capacity (ccm): 3.430
                            Power output: 136 kW / 185 hp
                            Top speed: 213 km/h
                            Transmission: manual transmission
                            Odometer (unwarranted): 260.900 mls
                            Production period: 1978 - 1989

                            Vehicle Description:
                            • eye-catching 1985 BMW 635 CSi
                            • originally delivered to the US, re-imported to Germany in 2015
                            • already 260,900 mls on the odometer
                            • driver's seat has pronounced traces of wear and tear
                            • apart from that, brown leather interior in decent condition for its age
                            • dashboard in good condition without the frequently encountered cracks
                            • paintwork presentable with minor flaking
                            • electrically adjustable seats, power windows, electric steel sunroof
                            • air conditioning and cruise control
                            • proven and reliable inline-6 cylinder engine with 5-speed manual transmission
                            • for over 30 years, a daily driver BMW coupe that sticks out

                            Model History:
                            A high-revving straight six engine, standard drive, and all packaged in an equally expressive as well as timeless coupe shape: Hardly surprising the BMW 6 Series (E24) met with enthusiastic buyers for over 13 years, longer than any other BMW.

                            Upon its presentation, the design anticipated the styling of the future 7 Series (E23). Inside, there is the driver-related cockpit - a 70s novelty at BMW - with the center console turned slightly towards the driver. Otherwise, the upper-class coupe boasts lush luxury, since the 6 Series was designed for a comfortable ride. And that is not at all contrary to a sporting performance, least of all with the more powerful engines of the 635 CSI.

                            The 6 Series has the reputation of easy maintenance, and its engines are said to be virtually indestructible. For this reason, our BMW is well placed for a second spring as a classic that is fit for everyday use.

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                            1980 Mercedes-Benz 350 SL

                            1980 Mercedes-Benz 350 SL

                            Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 22 of 55)

                            Mercedes-Benz 350 SL

                              Year of manufacture: 1980
                              Engine capacity (ccm): 3459
                              Power output: 143 kW / 194 hp
                              Top speed: 205 km/h
                              Transmission: automatic
                              Odometer (unwarranted): 122.900 mls
                              Production period: 1971 - 1989

                              Vehicle Description:
                              • 1980 Mercedes-Benz 350 SL from the R107 series
                              • elegant appearance with light blue metallic paint and blue leather interior
                              • 3.5 litre V8, one of the rarer engines in the R107
                              • 3-speed automatic gearbox
                              • cruise control and air conditioning
                              • body-coloured hardtop comes with the car
                              • runs on the so-called "baroque rims"
                              • stone chip damage, some scratches and onset of rust
                              • leather seats with pronounced traces of wear and tear
                              • valid technical approval until 05/2018, ready for instant registration
                              • Mercedes-Benz classic in need of care and attention

                              Model History:
                              The Mercedes-Benz roadsters of the R107 series replaced the W113 "pagoda" in 1971. While the outgoing model only featured 6-cylinder engines, Mercedes had planned the new car with enough room for larger power plants under the bonnet, obviously with the North-American market as their main target - and indeed, that is where the SL proved most successful. Over a production run of a full 18 years, a total of 237,287 convertibles were built at the factory's Sindelfingen plant, most of them equipped with V8 engines of varying capacity as 350, 380, 420, 450, 500 and 560 SL. 6-cylinder models were also offered, originally as 280 SL from 1974-1985 and later as 300 SL from 1985-1989.
                              The 560 SL was produced exclusively for the Japanese, American and Australian markets. Even faster, however, was the 500 SL with its European specifications, which was not sold in the US due to emission restraints.
                              Through continuous innovation over the many model years, the R107 set plenty of standards. When it was finally replaced by the R129 in 1989, it was already becoming one of the perennial automobile classics.

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                              1972 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron

                              1972 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron

                              Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 23 of 55)

                              Chrysler Imperial LeBaron

                                Year of manufacture: 1972
                                Engine capacity (ccm): 7.157
                                Power output: 165 kW / 225 hp
                                Top speed: 190 km/h
                                Transmission: automatic
                                Odometer (unwarranted): 95900 mls
                                Production period: 1956 - 1975

                                Vehicle Description:
                                • very rare and highly original 1972 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron, one of only 2,322 built
                                • 5.83 m long 2-door coupe, featuring the largest rear section of any production car worldwide
                                • 440 cui V8 engine, this means nearly 7.2 litres of capacity
                                • bought in 1999 by current owner from 1st owner in the US, so only two owners from new
                                • reportedly unwelded and rust-free, still bearing its original paintwork
                                • vinyl roof renewed 10 years ago by professional German saddler, using original material
                                • power steering, cruise control, electrically adjustable seats, radio with electric aerial
                                • all switches and all electric features work, except for air-conditioning
                                • German registration documents, valid technical approval until 03/2018 and historic plates
                                • all invoices from the last 20 years available
                                • successfully participated in Classic Car rallyes such as Silvretta Klassik
                                • untinkered and original condition, as it will be extremely hard to find nowadays

                                Model History:
                                In the 1950s, the Chrysler management felt the need to establish its premium models more strongly among its main competitors, so they set up a new brand named Imperial, which was to become what Lincoln was for Ford or Cadillac for GM. While this goal was ultimately not achieved, it meant that for nearly two decades, from 1956 to 1975, Imperial was an independent brand name for Chrysler's top range of full-size luxury cars. Within the Imperial lineup, three trim levels were available: Custom, Crown and LeBaron. Earlier models up until 1963 followed the "Forward Look" design by Virgil Exner, later models the three-box styling by Elwood Engel. Pundits differentiate a total of six generations of Imperial models. Until 1967, Imperial cars had their own platform. This was given up for cost reasons, as was the unique bodyshell in 1969. With not so much to distinguish the Imperial from the much cheaper Chrysler cars, sales dropped and Chrysler was forced to discontinue the Imperial brand. In the early 1980s, Chrysler briefly returned to marketing luxury cars under the Imperial name.

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                                1982 Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Collectors Edition

                                1982 Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Collectors Edition

                                Lot # 24 (Sale Order: 24 of 55)

                                Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Collectors Edition

                                  Year of manufacture: 1982
                                  Engine capacity (ccm): 5.733
                                  Power output: 149 kW / 203 hp
                                  Top speed: 213 km/h
                                  Transmission: automatic
                                  Odometer (unwarranted): 97.900 mls
                                  Production period: 1968 - 1982

                                  Vehicle Description:
                                  • 1982 Corvette C3 "Collectors Edition", one of only 6,759
                                  • features the popular stingray body style of the third generation
                                  • the opening rear window hatch was an exclusive feature of this limited edition
                                  • famous L-83 "Crossfire" V8 installed, with 350 ci or 5.7 litres of capacity
                                  • 149 kW (203 hp) of power and 4-speed "Turbo Hydramatic" automatic transmission
                                  • imported in 2015 and in well-kept condition
                                  • smooth-running engine with addictive low-pitched rumble
                                  • colour-keyed interior in its special Collectors Edition trim
                                  • power windows, electrically adjustable seats, air-con, cruise control and the original Delco radio
                                  • seats re-upholstered, using original material
                                  • a highly enjoyable car which is likely to appreciate over time

                                  Model History:
                                  The first generation Corvette, as presented in 1953, was Chevrolet's reply to Porsche and Jaguar: A compact roadster which was lightweight - owing to its fibreglass body on a steel frame - and, with the introduction of a V8 in 1956, also sporty. In 1963, the second generation, marketed as Corvette Sting Ray, was released. It had a significantly improved chassis with independent rear wheel suspension and disc brakes. But above all, it featured a strikingly new and exciting design. Retractable headlamps were introduced - and became a Corvette hallmark until the 6th generation made its debut in 2005. With closed "eyes", the Corvette had a sharp-edged front to contrast its elegant, flowing lines: stingray-like, indeed. In 1968, the third generation was introduced, which had a much more muscular appearance while retaining most of the engine and chassis components from the C2. This didn't stop it from becoming the Corvette model with the longest production run, no less than 14 years!
                                  In terms of motorisation, there were basically two groups of engines based on either the "small block" (around 5 litres) or "big block" (up to 7.4 litres, discontinued 1975), with various transmissions and axle ratios.

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                                  1972 Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Convertible

                                  1972 Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Convertible

                                  Lot # 25 (Sale Order: 25 of 55)

                                  Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Convertible

                                    Year of manufacture: 1972
                                    Engine capacity (ccm): 5.733
                                    Power output: 145 kW / 195 hp
                                    Top speed: 199 km/h
                                    Transmission: automatic
                                    Odometer (unwarranted): 02.950 mls
                                    Production period: 1968 - 1982

                                    Vehicle Description:
                                    • 1972 Corvette (C3) Stingray convertible
                                    • in the same family for over 25 years, imported to Germany in 2017
                                    • matching numbers car, reportedly always garaged
                                    • partially restored in the mid-1990s, new dark blue paint, documentation available
                                    • black leather seats and white convertible top renewed, in good shape
                                    • power steering, air conditioning
                                    • original owner's manual available
                                    • Edelbrock suspension installed
                                    • mechanical ignition replaced with electronic system
                                    • picture pretty Stingray in breathtaking colour combination

                                    Model History:
                                    The first generation Corvette, as presented in 1953, was Chevrolet's reply to Porsche and Jaguar: A compact roadster which was lightweight - owing to its fibreglass body on a steel frame - and, with the introduction of a V8 in 1956, also sporty. In 1963, the second generation, marketed as Corvette Sting Ray, was released. It had a significantly improved chassis with independent rear wheel suspension and disc brakes. But above all, it featured a strikingly new and exciting design. Retractable headlamps were introduced - and became a Corvette hallmark until the 6th generation made its debut in 2005. With closed "eyes", the Corvette had a sharp-edged front to contrast its elegant, flowing lines: stingray-like, indeed. In 1968, the third generation was introduced, which had a much more muscular appearance while retaining most of the engine and chassis components from the C2. This didn't stop it from becoming the Corvette model with the longest production run, no less than 14 years!
                                    In terms of motorisation, there were basically two groups of engines based on either the "small block" (around 5 litres) or "big block" (up to 7.4 litres, discontinued 1975), with various transmissions and axle ratios.

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