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Auction Preview: Classic & Sports Cars at Wannenes - Art Contact SARL, Monaco, Jul 14

1962 – Porsche 356 Coupe’ Carrera 2 2000 GS: Chassis N. 119953. Italian Papers. Full bodywork & mechanic restoration by the German specialized company “Tanner”. The Porsche 356 GS Carrera 2 was the last true performing 356 before the coming of the legendary 911. Being the final development of the breed of race-ready GT's from Zuffenausen, it featured a potent 2 liter engine and was capable of blistering accelerations. Estimate: € 650,000 - € 850,000 ($ 763,000 - $ 997,769)
(Courtesy: Wannenes - Art Contact SARL)

What: Classic & Sports Cars

Where: Wannenes - Art Contact SARL, 6 Avenue Saint Michel Monaco, Monaco, France, MC

When: Jul 14, 2018; 03.00 pm CET

Top lots of the sale:

- 1962 – Porsche 356 Coupe’ Carrera 2 2000 GS: Chassis N. 119953. Italian Papers. Full bodywork & mechanic restoration by the German specialized company “Tanner”. The Porsche 356 GS Carrera 2 was the last true performing 356 before the coming of the legendary 911. Being the final development of the breed of race-ready GT's from Zuffenausen, it featured a potent 2 liter engine and was capable of blistering accelerations. Estimate: € 650,000 - € 850,000 ($ 763,000 - $ 997,769)

- 1942 - Fiat 1500 Touring: Chassis N. 033688. Totally restored. In excellent conditions. The Fiat 1500 A by Carrozzeria Touring was born out of a deal signed shortly after the model was unveiled by Fiat in september 1935 and finalized at the Turin Auto Show on November 9th of the same year. Estimate: € 400,000 - € 450,000 ($ 469,538 - $ 528,231)

- 2007 Mercedes Benz Slr Cabrio: Chassis N. 001418. Only 23.500 Km. Conditions like new. Monaco Papers. The rare Roadster variant of the famous McLaren Mercedes SLR is perhaps one of the most elegant and powerful looking convertibles ever produced in the history of Mercedes. Estimate: € 390,000 - € 450,000 ($ 457,800- $ 528,231)

- 2005 - Montecarlo Automobile Centenaire. Good Conditions Last creation of Ing. Carlo Chiti Unique piece in the world First car in the world built 100% in carbon Car registrable in Monaco Chassis 003 The first car in the world made 100% carbon with bodywork and monocoque (Frame) central, was the Centenaire, produced by the Montecarlo Automobile SAM, between 1990 and 91 in 5 exemplary Made in Monaco. Estimate: € 250,000 - € 330,000 ($ 293,461 -$ 387,369)

- 2016 - Ferrari 488 GTB: Chassis N. 218354. Km 5.000. Car conditions like new. Registred in Monaco. Introduced at the 2015 Geneva Auto Show, the 488 GTB is the newest and most thrilling chapter in the history of Ferrari's V8 mid-engined supercars. A replacement for the venerable 458 Italia, considered by many to be the best and the ultimate of all Ferraris of this kind, the 488 GTB delivers thrills that only can be found in a true Prancing Horse. Estimate: € 205,000 - €230,000 ($ 240,638 - $ 269,984)

- 1939 – Fiat 2800 Torpedo Farina: Only 6 Cars built, but the only known currently. The representative cars in use by the Royal Family. Just 6 built in 6 places “Torpedo” version for Casa Reale’s garage at Palazzo del Quirinale. One of this cars used by King Vittorio Emanuele III du- ring the escape from Roma to Pescara. Estimate: € 200,000 - € 230,000 ($ 234,769 - $ 269,984)

- 1971 - Porsche 911 S 2.2 Coupe: Chassis N. 300792. Fully restored. Perfect conditions. Italian papers. Perhaps the most iconic sportscars ever produced, the Porsche 911 has given many motoring enthusiasts the satisfaction of owning and enjoying a true driver's car. Estimate: € 190,000 - € 220,000 ($ 223,030 - $ 258,246)

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