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Siata ...  Peter Singhof

Siata ... Peter Singhof

Delahaye 135MS sn 800954 ...  Peter Singhof

Delahaye 135MS sn 800954 ... Peter Singhof

Bugatti T57sn 57548 ... Wolfgang Singhof

Bugatti T57sn 57548 ... Wolfgang Singhof

Cisitalia Nuvolari Spyder sn 017  ...  Peter Singhof

Cisitalia Nuvolari Spyder sn 017 ... Peter Singhof

 

It is the nature of the Classic Car business, supply is very limited and can not be increased. Most historic Ferraris are "discovered" and restored and have found their long term homes. Now some other makes are discovered by the collectors, but many of this cars are in need of work or major restorations, which really does not help to increase the availability of cars. We have seen the prices of most cars going up in the last years, especially the Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing or Roadster seam to be the most sold cars, okay there many, but as soon as the come on the market they are sold. Since a long time we have not seen BMW 507 and Lancia B24 S America Spyders and Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Cabriolets for sale.



Hall & Hall displayed a lovely Ferrari 250 Monza and Klaus Werner displayed a Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta carrying the Drogo Breadvan body, there was a Ferrari 400 Superamerica aerodinamico freshly restored and a Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Comp completed the Ferraris street car offering. 

The anamera teams favorite was the yellow Siata.    

The 1939 Auto Union D was withdrawn from the auction for further race history investigation.

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