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28 February, 10:59

A collection worth millions: in the USA, a collection of cars from 1920-1974 is sold

A collection worth millions: in the USA, a collection of cars from 1920-1974 is sold
At the Broad Arrow auction taking place in the United States, they plan to sell off a collection of vintage cars, which was collected by a resident of South Carolina, Gregory Neck. The collection consists of 16 models manufactured between 1920 and 1974, with a total value exceeding $7 million.
Among this collection of vintage cars, some very valuable exhibits stand out. In particular, the most valuable in the collection is the 1938 Delahaye 135 MS with an elegant body by the Figoni et Falaschi atelier. This masterpiece is estimated between $1.3 million and $1.6 million.

Another noteworthy exhibit is the 1938 Mercedes 540K convertible, custom-built for Swedish Olympic champion Max Gumpel. Its estimated cost is from $1.25 million to $1.45 million.
There are also several cars among the collection, the cost of which also does not leave anyone indifferent. For example, a luxurious 1929 Bugatti Type 46 convertible and a rare 1927 Isotta-Fraschini Tipo 8A phaeton with a 7.3-liter 145-horsepower eight are valued at more than a million dollars each.

In addition, the collection includes a pair of luxurious Rolls-Royce Phantom convertibles, vintage Chrysler, Lincoln and Stutz. Even a couple of budget Ford T's from the 1920s. The most recent acquisition of the owner of this collection is a 1974 Volkswagen Type 181 SUV.
These vintage cars reflect the long history of the automotive industry. For collectors, this is an opportunity not only to enjoy the beauty of these pieces of technology, but also to become their happy owner.

Source: broadarrowauctions.com

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