Coys hosts its first sale of the year at Maastricht’s InterClassics show, with a 77-car catalogue crossing the block on 17-18 January. A 1970 Ferrari Dino 246 GT presented in its original scheme of Giallo over black heads the roster with a guide of €250,000 – 350,000. The left-hand drive M-Series example, first registered in Milan, was restored in the 1990s and has been consigned from a Belgian collection.
Highlights among the Mercedes on offer include a 1954 220, one of just 19 coupes produced (estimate €180,000 – 210,000); a restored 1966 220 SE Cabriolet from a collection in Monaco (estimate €90,000 – 110,000); and a one-owner 1990 560 SEL with 44,700km from new (estimate €28,000 – 32,000).
A 1963 Lancia Flaminia GT in triple-carburettor spec carries a pre-sale estimate of €70,000 – 90,000. Supplied new to Italy, where it remained with two owners until the current vendor’s purchase in 2006, it’s listed as an unrestored example complete with its original interior.
A brace of Ferraris are set to go under the hammer at Osenat’s Fontainebleau sale on 25 January. A 1988 Testarossa that had a belt-change in 2014 at 29,466km and now shows some 31,600km is estimated at €60,000 – 80,000; while a two-owner 38,600-km 1982 308 GTBi that has been with the seller since 1984, and recently received a €13,000 refresh, is €50,000 – 60,000.
Classic car auction price estimates for: Ferrari | Mercedes-Benz | Lancia
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