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Laurent Auxiètre Establishes an Exciting Versailles-based Classic Car Brokerage Business


 

Regarded as one of the well-known names in the classic car market, Laurent Auxiètre has recently established a new business venture which will see him continue expand his reputation on a higher level than ever. 

Born and raised in the Paris area, Laurent grew up immersed in the motorsport world and has always had a long-held passion for classic cars to the point of selling his first Ferrari while still studying for his Higher National Diploma.

The new eponymous business will operate from Versailles (France), right beside the world-famous Palace.

“After all these pleasant years working alongside my father and brother with whom I have gained an unquestionable wealth of experience, the time has now come for me to put my knowledge and energy into a new business that I can develop in a very personal way.

My company offers a significant selection of services including appraisals, private sales, collection management, consignments and other advisory service.

I benefit from a global network of clients and contacts and this is a very exciting venture aiming to create a business environment which offers some of the finest motorcars on the market, and in which quality and attention to detail will always prevail.”

Speaking three languages fluently and boasting an enviable network of collectors within the classic car world, Laurent Auxiètre’s recent company launch has already generated sales of significant automobiles and consignments of exceptional quality. His expertise in marques such as Ferrari, Maserati, Aston Martin and Porsche is a real asset for those thinking of consigning or adding to their collection.

Besides this new venture, Laurent is also shaping up a collaboration with his long-term friend Christophe Schmidt from Germany. Both will be exhibiting under the same company name a handpicked selection of exceptional collector’s cars at Rétromobile 2018 in Paris.