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So?
Which one would you bid on?
Which one do you think has the highest estimate?

1961 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet
Ferrari Classiche Certified

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1957 BMW 507 Series I Roadster with Factory Hardtop Chassis no. 70019 Engine no. 30429-40028.

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1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV Cabriolet
One of only 10 left-hand drive examples

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1985 Ferrari 288 GTO
One of an estimated 272 built

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2004 Porsche Carrera GT
• 5.7-litre V10 with 6-speed manual gearbox

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Good choice indeed. You can have it for a bid between €1,200,000 - €1,400,000
I think @Hedgehog was driving that one back in the late 60's ;)

Mine would be the 1961 Ferrari 250 GT. (€1,100,000 - €1,400,000)
But the 2004 Porsche is pretty hot. (€1,250,000 - €1,350,000)
Maybe I should get them both.

The two most expensive are:

1957 BMW 507 Series I Roadster with Factory Hardtop Estimate: €2,000,000 - €2,500,000
and the winner is
1985 Ferrari 288 GTO, one of an estimated 272 built: €3,700,000 - €4,100,000
(as far as looks go I like this one least of all.)

 

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I remembered the "The Saints" car to be a Volvo but wasn't sure which model so I Googled it. I found out it was a Volvo P1800. It does looks a bit like the BMW.
While looking around I found this article from the Daily Mail.
I wonder how much it's worth restored?

"Back on the road, the 1962 Volvo driven by Roger Moore in The Saint which was found rotting away on a farm 22 years ago."

"It was found rotting away 22 years ago with the engine on the back seat. Today it looks as good as when The Saint last stepped out of it.
The iconic original Volvo P1800 coupe driven by Roger Moore as Simon Templar in the 1960s TV series has been fully restored by car enthusiast Kevin Price.
It went on public display at the weekend for the first time since he finished the labour of love.
Mr Price found the car on a farm in North Wales in 1991 and persuaded the owner to sell it to him in 1997. He spent ten years collecting parts and another six on the restoration."

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