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TAG HEUER Monaco "White Edition", wall clock

TAG HEUER Monaco "White Edition", wall clock

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 37)

  • POWER CONTROL, dealership/wall clock
  • Tag Heuer Monaco "White Edition" design
  • white painted metal cabinet with glass
  • quartz movement
  • measurements 30 x 30 cm
  • additional indications for decoration only
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Nardi steering wheel

Nardi steering wheel

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 37)

  • original Nardi wooden steering wheel
  • fits Mercedes-Benz models W111 / W113 / W116
  • good condition with slight flaws
  • engraved signature of Enrico Nardi
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1990 Volkswagen Golf I Convertible "Etienne Aigner"

1990 Volkswagen Golf I Convertible "Etienne Aigner"

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 37)

Volkswagen Golf I Convertible "Etienne Aigner"

    Year of manufacture: 1990
    Engine capacity (ccm): 1781
    Power output: 72 kW / 98 hp
    Top speed: 166 km/h
    Transmission: manual transmission
    Odometer (unwarranted): 142500 km
    Production period: 1979 - 1993

    Vehicle Description:
    • young classic 1990 VW Golf I Convertible
    • special edition "Etienne Aigner" in original condition
    • mangrove green metallic (VW colour code LK6P)
    • special fabric seats and matching tarpaulin
    • traces of rust at windscreen frame
    • small dents in front section
    • original 1.8 litre 4-cylinder engine with 72 kW (98 hp) of power and 5-speed manual gearbox
    • trip computer
    • service booklet and original owner's manual available
    • German registration documents, valid technical approval until 10/2019
    • pretty "strawberry basket" in rare and great looking colour scheme

    Model History:
    A strawberry basket? How sweet!

    Having built the Beetle Convertible for over 30 years, the Karmann plant at Osnabruck began producing the open Golf in 1980. At its debut, it was viewed with suspicion, especially the prominent roll-over bar was not up to everybody's taste: "Strawberry Basket" quickly became the nickname for the compact VW convertible. And yet, the car was a huge success, not least due to the rigid body, the tight hood and sound workmanship.

    When the last models rolled off the production line in 1993, the Golf III had already been on the market for almost two years: The Golf I convertible had outlived the entire Golf II series, which was built no less than 6.3 million times, but of which VW never made an open variant.

    What customers appreciated at the time, makes the open Golf a sought-after, stable value collector's item today. Later models are youngtimers on the clear path to becoming real classics.

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    1983 Mercedes-Benz 200 (W123)

    1983 Mercedes-Benz 200 (W123)

    Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 37)

    Mercedes-Benz 200 (W123)

      Year of manufacture: 1983
      Engine capacity (ccm): 1.977
      Power output: 80 kW / 109 hp
      Top speed: 163 km/h
      Transmission: manual transmission
      Odometer (unwarranted): 107.500 km
      Production period: 1976 - 1985

      Vehicle Description:
      • ordinary Joe's dream car in the 1980s: Mercedes-Benz 200
      • white exterior with blue interior, all in surprisingly good condition
      • originally delivered to sunny Italy, just two owners from new, reportedly never in any accident
      • of course still with its original 2.0 litre petrol engine, only 107,500 km on the clock
      • runs smooth and drives well, almost like a modern car
      • 5-speed manual gearbox
      • engine compartment and boot clean and dry
      • power windows in front and steel sunroof - typical 1980s extras
      • German registration documents, valid technical approval until 07/2019 and historic plates
      • Do you know this car only from the rear seat? Here's your chance to do something about it!

      Model History:
      Rock solid elegance from Germany

      The 123 models were arguably the most successful cars Mercedes ever built. In 1980, the W123 even beat rival Volkswagen, having more registrations than the all-time winner VW Golf. The long delivery time of up to three years had an interesting effect: Young used cars cost more than new ones. A total of almost 2.7 million units were built, with engines ranging from 2.0 to 3.0 litres of capacity and 55 to 185 hp. Almost 50 % of the W123 had a diesel engine fitted - which was the engine of choice for taxi companies all over the world. Cars from this series have the reputation of being extremely reliable and perfectly able to cover distances of 800.000 km and more without breaking down. The W123 series was also the first Mercedes which was available as a factory-built station wagon (the very few wagons of the W114/115 had been licence builds).

      Nowadays, these elegant Mercedes have become popular classics. Even the last of their kind can now obtain the historic number plates.

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      1986 Porsche 944

      1986 Porsche 944

      Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 37)

      Porsche 944

        Year of manufacture: 1986
        Engine capacity (ccm): 2449
        Power output: 110 kW / 150 hp
        Top speed: 210 km/h
        Transmission: manual transmission
        Odometer (unwarranted): 117.800 mls
        Production period: 1981 - 1991

        Vehicle Description:
        • well-kept Porsche 944 with stone grey metallic paint and black leather interior
        • original US delivery, re-imported in 2016, used to run in California
        • clean Carfax
        • equipped with cruise control, air conditioning, lifting roof and power windows
        • paint largely still original
        • 2.5 litre 4 cylinder engine runs smooth, making the 944 fun to drive
        • timing belt renewed in 2013, only 5,000 mls travelled since then
        • valid technical approval until 05/2019 and historic plates, ready for instant registration
        • one of Porsches increasingly popular transaxle sports cars in appealing overall condition

        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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        1985 Mercedes-Benz 500 SEL

        1985 Mercedes-Benz 500 SEL

        Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 37)

        Mercedes-Benz 500 SEL

          Year of manufacture: 1985
          Engine capacity (ccm): 4939
          Power output: 170 kW / 231 hp
          Top speed: 225 km/h
          Transmission: automatic
          Odometer (unwarranted): 57200 mls
          Production period: 1979 - 1991

          Vehicle Description:
          • low-mileage Mercedes-Benz 500 SEL from the W126 series
          • pinnacle of German automotive engineering in the mid-1980s
          • not black or dark blue as most state carriages, but white exterior
          • tan leather interior and original "500 SEL" floor mats
          • re-imported vehicle, used to run in California
          • clean Carfax report with only two owners from new
          • this vehicle featured in the 01/2017 issue of Autobild Klassik and was rated a condition 1- car
          • highly original, untinkered car
          • Becker Mexico radio, "baroque rims", climate control, sunroof, cruise control, power windows
          • valid technical approval until 09/2018 and historic plates
          • beautiful long wheel base version of one of the best cars you could buy in the 1980s

          Model History:
          Every Mercedes-Benz S-class series has a few superlatives to its name, but if there is one that outrivals all others in terms of popularity, it is likely the W126. No other S-class was sold in greater numbers, or over a longer timespan. The timelessly elegant sedan was designed by Bruno Sacco and made its debut at the 1979 Frankfurt Motor Show. A better drag coefficient and a weight reduction helped improve fuel efficiency by roundabout 10 % compared to its predecessor. In 1981, the coupe version was added to the lineup. The choice of engines consisted of 6- and 8-cylinder models with a displacement of up to 5.6 litres and a power output of up to 220 kW (300 hp). 5- or 6-cylinder Diesel engines were only available in sedans for the North American market.
          The W126 received a facelift in 1985 and remained in high esteem with politicians and celebreties around the world for many more years. German production ceased in 1991, but continued in South Africa until 1994. A total of 818,063 sedans and 74,060 coupes were built. The W126 has a reputation for excellent build quality and longevity: German chancellor Helmut Kohl's official car was only taken out of service when it had accumulated over 500,000 km.

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          1987 Renault Alpine GTA2 Fleischmann

          1987 Renault Alpine GTA2 Fleischmann

          Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 37)

          Renault Alpine GTA2 Fleischmann

            Year of manufacture: 1987
            Engine capacity (ccm): 2458
            Power output: 147 kW / 200 hp
            Top speed: 250 km/h
            Transmission: manual transmission
            Odometer (unwarranted): 25800 km
            Production period: 1984 - 1995

            Vehicle Description:
            • low mileage Renault Alpine GTA2 Fleischmann
            • only 25,800 km on the clock
            • with the same owner from 1990 until 2017
            • converted to Fleischmann GTA2 with front and rear valance, flared wheel arches
            • 3-part BBS wheels (9 inches front axle, 13 inches rear axle)
            • Fleischmann suspension
            • leather seats re-upholstered
            • recently received major service, all filters and engine fluids exchanged, new brake shoes fitted
            • market value € 35,000 (condition 2+; 2017) according to recent classic-analytics expertise
            • valid technical approval until 08/2019 and historic plates
            • a veritable gem for the French sports car connoisseur

            Model History:
            Originally an independent tuning company, eventually incorporated by an established manufacturer... the story of the Alpine company and Renault follows the familiar pattern in a similar vein as was the case with Abarth and Fiat or AMG and Mercedes. Jean Redele founded his company in Dieppe, France, in 1955 and had great success in the 1960s / 70s with his Alpine A110, which was victorious in rallying. The A310 was the successor model. It was presented in 1971 and originally came with a rear-mounted four-cylinder engine which produced 93 kW (127 hp) from 1.6 litres of capacity. As of 1977, this was replaced by a V6 which was known as the "PRV engine", a cooperation between Peugeot, Renault and Volvo, which was also used in the De Lorean DMC-12. The A310 was re-styled and sold under the name Renault Alpine GTA as of 1984. The PRV engine was now available in a turbo-charged version with up to 154 kW (210 hp) of power from 2.5 litres of capacity. In combination with the light-weight fibreglass body, this resulted in very sporty performance figures. In 1991, another last major facelift brought the Alpine A610, which remained on the market, albeit with limited success, until 1995.

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            1987 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Convertible

            1987 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Convertible

            Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 37)

            Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Convertible

              Year of manufacture: 1987
              Engine capacity (ccm): 3.125
              Power output: 160 kW / 217 hp
              Top speed: 245 km/h
              Transmission: manual transmission
              Odometer (unwarranted): 152.000 km
              Production period: 1973 - 1989

              Vehicle Description:
              • drop-dead beautiful 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 convertible
              • grand prix white exterior (Porsche colour code 908) with black convertible top
              • white Fuchs wheels, white bumpers with black stripes
              • burgundy full-leather interior for a contrast
              • delivered to the US when new, re-imported in 2015
              • well-maintained state inside and out, traces of use appropriate for a 30 year-old car
              • clean Carfax report, no visible traces of accident damage
              • some repainting, minor stone-chip damage
              • G50 manual gearbox
              • Classic Data appraisal values the Porsche in condition 2+ at € 80,000 (2016)
              • German registration documents, valid technical approval until 02/2018
              • one of the most popular sports cars of all times in irresistible colour combination

              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 production line in 1989.

              For the 1986 model year, Porsche had extended the warranty against rust from 7 to 10 years. These 911 models benefit from the improved corrosion protection until today. Another 1986 upgrade are the reinforced stabilizers.

              This car is almost a must in any good garage!

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              Porsche 911 oil flap, artwork

              Porsche 911 oil flap, artwork

              Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 37)

              • 2016
              • Material: Pop Art Canvas on stretcher frame
              • high quality sealing
              • size: 80 x 120 cm
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              convertible driver cap / aviator cap

              convertible driver cap / aviator cap

              Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 37)

              • convertible driver cap
              • short version
              • dark brown leather
              • inside checked linen
              • year 1950
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              CHOPARD MILLE MIGLIA Gran Turismo XL, wall clock

              CHOPARD MILLE MIGLIA Gran Turismo XL, wall clock

              Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 11 of 37)

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

              Blaupunkt Frankfurt, car radio

              Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 12 of 37)

              • very pretty Blaupunkt Frankfurt radio in good state of preservation
              • in working order
              • chrome cover plate
              • 12 V with FM, MW, LW, SW
              • for use in a classic car or as a collector's item
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              1986 BMW 635 CSi

              1986 BMW 635 CSi

              Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 13 of 37)

              BMW 635 CSi

                Year of manufacture: 1986
                Engine capacity (ccm): 3.406
                Power output: 136 kW / 185 hp
                Top speed: 213 km/h
                Transmission: automatic
                Odometer (unwarranted): 146.000 mls
                Production period: 1978 - 1989

                Vehicle Description:
                • 1986 BMW 635 CSi in classic black / beige colour combination
                • US-specifications vehicle, re-imported in 2014
                • beige leather interior in good condition
                • black dashboard and two-tone door panels
                • sunroof, trip computer, air conditioning and electrically adjustable seats with memory function
                • paintwork has aged
                • traces of wear and tear, cracks above glove box and remains of centre console add-ons
                • runs on BMW E38 alloys
                • German registration documents
                • BMW 6 series classic which still requires some attention

                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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                1965 Land Rover Land-Rover 88 (Serie IIa)

                1965 Land Rover Land-Rover 88 (Serie IIa)

                Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 14 of 37)

                Land Rover Land-Rover 88 (Serie IIa)

                  Year of manufacture: 1965
                  Engine capacity (ccm): 2.286
                  Power output: 46 kW / 63 hp
                  Top speed: 95 km/h
                  Transmission: manual transmission
                  Odometer (unwarranted): 23.000 km
                  Production period: 1948 - 2016

                  Vehicle Description:
                  • iconic Land Rover Series IIa from 1965
                  • over half a century old, but because it's a Land Rover, many wouldn't have a clue
                  • licence-built by Santana, Spain
                  • in regular use until 2013, then decomissioned and imported into Germany in 2016
                  • major traces of use, as these vehicles were proper work horses, not meant to look pretty
                  • 2.3 litre Diesel engine starts up, rendering the Land Rover conditionally driveable
                  • not roadworthy, many components will have to be addressed
                  • being offered as restoration project

                  Model History:
                  After 68 years, Land Rover production finally came to a close, with the last "Defenders" rolling off the production line in Solihull, West Midlands, on 29 January 2016. By this time, just over 2 million of these trusty, iconic vehicles had been built. Their story had commenced in 1947, when Maurice Wilks, chief designer at Rover, harboured the idea of a simple, rugged vehicle that could be field-serviced, a farmer's car, a rover for the land. The name had stuck.
                  In the early post-war economy, steel was in short supply, so the body was made from an aluminum alloy. The basic construction with its ladder frame chassis meant that the Land Rover was very versatile, and indeed it was adapted for countless uses, military and civilian likewise.
                  Even though ownership of the brand changed rather frequently - from Rover to British Leyland to BMW to Ford to Tata Motors - the shape and basic principle of the Land Rover remained pretty much unaltered, continued technical improvements notwithstanding. As much a classless as a timeless car, the "Landy" has always been popular with her Majesty, the Queen, who is said to have owned Land Rovers since 1952.

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                  1995 Mercedes-Benz E 320

                  1995 Mercedes-Benz E 320

                  Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 15 of 37)

                  Mercedes-Benz E 320

                    Year of manufacture: 1995
                    Engine capacity (ccm): 3199
                    Power output: 165 kW / 220 hp
                    Top speed: 230 km/h
                    Transmission: automatic
                    Odometer (unwarranted): 136600 mls
                    Production period: 1992 - 1997

                    Vehicle Description:
                    • all-black Mercedes-Benz E 320 convertible
                    • imported vehicle, used to run in New Jersey, USA
                    • clean Carfax report with 47 service records
                    • no accident reported
                    • amenities include air conditioning, cruise control, driver's seat with memory function
                    • windblocker
                    • runs on its original alloys
                    • new headlamp levelling
                    • traces of use inside and out, paintwork somewhat tarnished
                    • soft-top torn on driver's side over approx. 5 cm
                    • valid technical approval until 09/2019, ready for instant registration
                    • Mercedes-Benz E-class convertible, a definite young classic

                    Model History:
                    Not open for everyone, but if open, then for four

                    Mercedes-Benz convertible lovers had to wait for it for a full two decades: A convertible, which offered no jump seats, but comfortable seats in the rear. There had been no such car since the end of production of the W108 series. In 1992 it was time again! The convertible based on the E-Class (W124) coupe, presented in 1987 - at a time when the corresponding sedan had been out for sale for eight years straight. Early customers weren't to be deterred by the high purchase price of 100,000 marks, and what they got, was a technically sophisticated vehicle with the proven 3 litre four-valve engine.

                    In subsequent years, the engine range was extended downwards, yet even the basic version with four-cylinder engine still set you back some 80,000 DM. From October 1996 to July 1997 there was the special "Final Edition" with an elegant, black-brown burl wood.
                    Since many A124 endet up as tuning victims, un-tinkered original models are now fast advancing to valuable classics.

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                    1990 Porsche 944 S2

                    1990 Porsche 944 S2

                    Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 16 of 37)

                    Porsche 944 S2

                      Year of manufacture: 1990
                      Engine capacity (ccm): 2.969
                      Power output: 155 kW / 211 hp
                      Top speed: 240 km/h
                      Transmission: manual transmission
                      Odometer (unwarranted): 91800 km
                      Production period: 1981 - 1991

                      Vehicle Description:
                      • well-kept Porsche 944 S2, originally delivered to Japan
                      • imported to Germany in 2012
                      • part-leather interior in above-average condition
                      • original Porsche "man hole cover" alloys
                      • wheel bearing renewed
                      • power windows, air conditioning
                      • original manual and service booklet, in Japanese
                      • German service booklet as of 2012 / 60,760 km
                      • timing belt and water pump renewed in 2012
                      • undercarriage overhauled, suspension renewed, wheel alignment in 2013
                      • engine compartment clean and dry
                      • German registration documents and valid technical approval until 07/2019

                      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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                      1952 MG TD

                      1952 MG TD

                      Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 17 of 37)

                      MG TD

                        Year of manufacture: 1952
                        Engine capacity (ccm): 1.250
                        Power output: 40 kW / 54 hp
                        Top speed: 130 km/h
                        Transmission: manual transmission
                        Odometer (unwarranted): 25.500 mls
                        Production period: 1949 - 1953

                        Vehicle Description:
                        • stunning MG TD, 1952 vintage imported from California in 2015
                        • sought-after colour combination of pale yellow exterior and dark green leather interior
                        • unwarranted 25,500 mls on the odometer
                        • carefully restored at an earlier point in time
                        • paintwork shows minor blemishes
                        • chrome bumpers, hub-caps and rear luggage rack all well-maintained
                        • black vinyl convertible top in presentable condition
                        • renewed and classy burlwood dashboard
                        • leather trim in fine shape
                        • boot-mounted spare wheel and four side screens included
                        • truly charming, classic british roadster

                        Model History:
                        The 4th generation of MG's T Midget series was presented in 1949. The TD became by far the most successful of them all, with 29,664 vehicles built over 4 years, the large majority of which were exported to the US. It marked a great technical advance over the predecessor, using the chassis from the Y type sedan, which had independent suspension with coil springs. On this, the tried-and-tested TC's drivetrain and the recognisable T-type style body were fitted. The result was a car that was both traditional yet up-to-date. It was also slightly larger and the 1250 cc OHV inline-4 cylinder engine now delivered 40 kW (54 hp).
                        Due to the popularity of this car, plenty of replicas were built after production of the original T series ended in 1955.

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                        1990 Lotus  Esprit SE

                        1990 Lotus Esprit SE

                        Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 18 of 37)

                        Lotus Esprit SE

                          Year of manufacture: 1990
                          Engine capacity (ccm): 2.174
                          Power output: 197 kW / 268 hp
                          Top speed: 262 km/h
                          Transmission: manual transmission
                          Odometer (unwarranted): 13.600 mls
                          Production period: 1976 - 2003

                          Vehicle Description:
                          • pure-blood sports car with turbo engine
                          • High Performance Upgrades
                          • 5-speed manual sports gearshift
                          • two owners
                          • unwarranted 13,600 mls on the odometer
                          • air conditioning
                          • targa roof recently renewed
                          • sports suspension, modified brakes, new wheel set, new oil pipe
                          • rare car
                          • valid technical approval until 05/2019 and service, ready for instant registration
                          • veritable British sports car with racing car genes

                          Model History:
                          Cutting Wedge, made in England

                          This highly special mid-engine sports car reached a construction period of no less than 28 years, however, during that long time, a meagre 10.500 vehicles rolled off the assembly line. The exotic state was a built-in! Just eight to nine Esprit per year were newly registered in Germany over the last years of construction.

                          Lotus is known for its extreme lightweight construction, which already goes back to the founder Colin Chapman. Early Esprit models weighed just under a ton, and even later specimens, equipped with V8 engines, tipped the scales at 1.4 tons, thanks to a fibreglass body on a steel backbone chassis. The acceleration is therefore considerable, even with the four-cylinder variants, and the extreme wedge shape with a height of less than 1.12 m makes it a real looker.

                          For its fans, the Esprit has been, and continues to be, an uncompromising driving machine of the purest kind.

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                          Porsche 911 oil flap, artwork

                          Porsche 911 oil flap, artwork

                          Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 19 of 37)

                          • 2016
                          • Material: Pop Art Canvas on stretcher frame
                          • high quality sealing
                          • size: 80 x 120 cm
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                          Becker Monza, car radio

                          Becker Monza, car radio

                          Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 20 of 37)

                          • model type BE7882
                          • white display
                          • in working order
                          • radio with mp3, cd r/w and cd changer connector
                          • RDS, PTY, fader, loudness, 2-rds-dual tuner
                          • with code
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                          convertible driver cap / aviator cap

                          convertible driver cap / aviator cap

                          Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 21 of 37)

                          • convertible driver cap / aviator cap
                          • long version
                          • green leather
                          • inside lambskin
                          • adjustable chin strap with pin buckle
                          • year 1935 / 1940
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                          Omega Seamaster wall clock

                          Omega Seamaster wall clock

                          Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 22 of 37)

                          • POWER CONTROL, dealership/wall clock
                          • brushed metal cabinet with glass
                          • black dial with luminiscent hands
                          • quartz movement
                          • diameter of 31 cm
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                          1980 Citroen 2 CV 6

                          1980 Citroen 2 CV 6

                          Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 23 of 37)

                          Citroen 2 CV 6

                            Year of manufacture: 1980
                            Engine capacity (ccm): 602
                            Power output: 21 kW / 28 hp
                            Top speed: 110 km/h
                            Transmission: manual transmission
                            Odometer (unwarranted): 93900 km
                            Production period: 1949 - 1990

                            Vehicle Description:
                            • mint green Citroen 2 CV 6
                            • built in 1980 and delivered to Spain and driven there by German owner
                            • reportedly only one owner from new
                            • accident-free car according to previous owner
                            • original 602 cc engine with 21 kW (28 hp) and the unmistakeable 2 CV sound
                            • paintwork mostly original
                            • onset of rust at some edges
                            • small blemishes, bumpers scratched
                            • Spanish registration documents
                            • classic Citroen "duck" in unusual colour

                            Model History:
                            The French revolution among compact cars

                            Just think of what the "duck" needed to be: Farmer's car, family car, student car ... today it is a cult car par excellence. Simple, almost primitive and yet full of innovation, the unusual vehicle made friends right from the start. Designed before world war II, mass production began only in 1949 and then continued with relatively minor modifications for over 4 decades.

                            The proverbial reliability of the small Citroen based on the principle that what's not there can't break: Tiny air-cooled two-cylinder engines with just 0.4 to 0.6 litres of displacement needed to suffice, and with less than 600 kg, the duck was a lightweight. Minimalism and nonconformity as a principle of life? This went down well with the students of the 1970s!

                            However, the vast majority of the 2 CV was driven into the ground, so that well-maintained vehicles have today become rare, sought-after classics.

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                            1973 Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Stingray

                            1973 Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Stingray

                            Lot # 24 (Sale Order: 24 of 37)

                            Chevrolet Corvette (C3) Stingray

                              Year of manufacture: 1973
                              Engine capacity (ccm): 5.733
                              Power output: 186 kW / 250 hp
                              Top speed: 200 km/h
                              Transmission: automatic
                              Odometer (unwarranted): 32.500 mls
                              Production period: 1968 - 1982

                              Vehicle Description:
                              • classic American driving machine: 1973 Corvette (C3) Stingray
                              • V8 engine with 350 cui (5.7 l) of capacity, starts up easily and runs smooth
                              • Edelbrock motor heads and intake manifold
                              • last model year which still featured chrome rear bumpers
                              • red paint of mediocre quality, typical American respray
                              • brown interior in good condition
                              • boot lid luggage rack
                              • original cassette radio installed
                              • detachable targa roof for a near-convertible driving feel
                              • absolutely eye-catching, blazing red Stingray

                              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 essentially 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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                              1987 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL

                              1987 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL

                              Lot # 25 (Sale Order: 25 of 37)

                              Mercedes-Benz 560 SL

                                Year of manufacture: 1987
                                Engine capacity (ccm): 5.547
                                Power output: 169 kW / 230 hp
                                Top speed: 223 km/h
                                Transmission: automatic
                                Odometer (unwarranted): 125200 mls
                                Production period: 1985 - 1989

                                Vehicle Description:
                                • range-topping Mercedes-Benz 560 SL from the R107 series
                                • US delivery, re-imported in 2016
                                • eligible for historic plates
                                • beautiful colour combination of dark blue paint and beige leather interior
                                • car has been repainted
                                • body-coloured hardtop comes with the car
                                • matching dark blue convertible top
                                • climate control, cruise control, power windows and antenna
                                • clean Carfax




                                Model History:
                                A pearl for the overseas market - now she's coming home!

                                The Mercedes Benz R107 roadster series, unveiled in 1971, became the convertible with the highest production numbers of any SL, with over 237,000 units built over 18 years, which also means the longest production-run of any Mercedes-Benz passenger car series ever.

                                The 560 SL (1985 - 1989) was conceived as an export model for the American, Australian and Japanese market and never officially offered in Europe. The 5.6 litre eight-cylinder engine (M 117) was created by lengthening the stroke of the 5.0 litre V8, it produces 170 kW (231 hp).

                                Only the Best "Made in Germany" for the States - the SL 560 US versions were shipped from the factory "fully loaded". The only additional equipment on the options list was a seat heating.

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