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Two Dinos going to auction in the UK this month

Discussion in '206/246' started by Bluebottle, Nov 8, 2019.

  1. Bluebottle

    Bluebottle F1 Veteran
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    Oct 15, 2012
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    Here are two UK RHD Dinos going under the hammer this month. One tomorrow, the other on 21st. Both around the 40,000 mile mark. One estimated at £190-215K, the other at £250-350K.

    https://www.silverstoneauctions.com/events/2019-auctions/nec-classic-motor-show-sale-2019/nec-classic-motor-show-sale-saturday-9th-sunday-10th-november-2019/2pm-sunday-10th-november-cars/1973-ferrari-dino-246-gt

    and

    https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25448/lot/242/

    An auctioneer's estimate as wide as this one sounds a bit like "I haven't a ****ing clue - I'm only an auctioneer, how should I know?";)
     
  2. Bluebottle

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    Sold for £236,250 and £195,500 inc. premium.
     
  3. -K1-

    -K1- Formula Junior

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    GBP 195,000 doesn't seem much for what looks like a relatively tidy car
     
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  4. FrankieFourEyes

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    Sep 3, 2019
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    yea, it was a color change but from an excellent Dino blue, did anyone get to see it? seemed like a great deal
     
  5. 4CamGT

    4CamGT Formula 3

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    Looked like a great Dino at a great price, especially for RHD.
     
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  6. nik1973

    nik1973 Rookie

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    the grey dino at bonhams that went for £195,0000 was a forced no reserve sale submitted by an insolvency practitioner, I saw it in Manchester before it went to bonhams, looked like it had some work a while ago but was in need of a good bit doing to it, thought it might go for more though as it photographed well, I expect it will be back at auction very soon, the buyer was a guest at the auction and didn't even have a bidding number, I think it was bought on a whim.
     

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