One of Michael Schumacher’s most successful F1 Ferraris is being offered for sale during Sotheby’s Luxury Week in Geneva on 9 November. Schumacher campaigned the F2003 GA throughout 2003, notching up five victories and securing his sixth World Championship along the way. Estimated to fetch CHF7,500,000 – 9,500,000, chassis 229 comes with Ferrari Classiche Certification and has only covered 148 miles since being overhauled earlier this year at Ferrari’s F1 Clienti department in Maranello.
[ RM Sotheby’s Ex-Schumacher Ferrari F2003-GA Sale – auction catalogue here ]
The year’s Milano AutoClassica will see auctions hosted by Bonhams and Wannenes, with Bonhams first away on 18 November. Home-grown machinery heads their catalogue with an unused 2022 Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Roadster – the final incarnation of its flagship model – listed at €1,100,000 – 1,400,000, and a 160-km 2019 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster LP 770-4, loaded with €168,000 in 'Ad Personam' options (estimate €900,000 – 1,100,000). The rare 1969 Iso Grifo S, one of only 13 factory-built Targas, was discovered by the consignor in barn-find condition some 15 years ago and has seen little use since its exacting restoration (estimate €650,000 – 750,000).
[ Bonhams Milan Sale – auction catalogue here ]
Ferraris lock out Wannenes’ top-three, a 45,000km 2002 575M with a Fiorano Handling Pack and an ultra-desirable manual gearbox is catalogued at €250,000 – 350,000; a 1969 365 GT 2+2 in single-family ownership since new, with 66,000km and presented in its original preserved and unrestored state, is €160,000 – 260,000; while a recently-serviced 45,000-km 1992 512 TR carries a guide of €150,000 – 250,000.
[ Wannenes Milan Sale – auction catalogue here ]
RM Sotheby’s is set to run its inaugural Munich sale at Motorworld on 26 November, among the 67-car roster are 25 BMWs from the single-owner Bavarian Legends Collection – all requiring recommissioning following static display as part of a museum exhibition. Highlights include a matching-numbers 1958 507 Series II (estimate €1,600,000 – 2,000,000); a 1980 M1 first owned by Jochen Neerpasch, the head of BMW Motorsport (estimate €575,000 – 725,000); and a 1975 BMW 3.0 CSL Batmobile, the final example of the 57 second-series cars built (estimate €180,000 – 220,000).
[ RM Sotheby’s Munich Sale – auction catalogue here ]
Classic car auction price estimates for: Ferrari | Lamborghini | Iso | BMW
From leading auction houses: RM Sotheby’s | Bonhams | Wannenes
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