Interesting Classic Cars to Come Under The Hammer

Bonhams is to preside over the sale of a number of interesting classic cars at The Bothwell Collection auction that is to take place on the 11th November 2017 in Los Angeles. Below we mention a number of the classic motors that are to come up for sale but more information can be found on the Bonhams website.

A 1914 Peugeot L45 Grand Prix Two Seater may realize in the region of £2,300,000 to £3,800,000. It has a 112bhp 4,491 cc engine. It has been well maintained. It is painted in a delightful blue and has red leather seating.

A Benz 75/105HP Prinz-Heinrich Racebout manufactured in circa 1908 is hoped to be sold for between £760,000 and £1,100,000. This 7,272cc sports car has been beautifully restored.

How about a 1912 Rolls-Royce 40/50HP Open Drive Landaulette that could end up being sold for between £340,000 to £460,000. This vehicle has a 6 cylinder 7,428cc engine. The bodywork is painted in a gorgeous blue and the vehicle is still used to this day.

If you would like to be the proud owner of the only two-cylinder Packard then how about a 1902 Packard Model G Four-Passenger Surrey. It is estimated that this classic vehicle could fetch between £190,000 to £270,000. Although the car had been damaged in a fire it was carefully restored.

The above classic motors are part of an extensive collection of vehicles that are to be offered for sale at the above auction. Many of the vehicles have more modest estimated prices so why not take a closer look on Bonhams website before deciding if it is worth making the long trip from the UK to the USA to attend the auction. Do bear in mind that if you decide to purchase one that you will also be responsible for the shipping costs. You will no doubt wish to make sure that you have suitable classic car insurance in place.

About Anne Jacobs

I am a full time insurance underwriter with a love for writing. I work in the UK at a classic car insurance company. My other hobbies are going to the gym and aerobics (when I am not looking after my 3 year old daughter Jessie.


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