Le Mans Classic 2022
  by Artcurial Motorcars
 

Maserati
1954 Maserati A6 GCS/53 Fiandri Spyder #2071
Estimate: €3,250,000 – 3,650,000
© Maurice Louche

 

On the occasion of the 10th edition of Le Mans Classic, Artcurial Motorcars will present some 189 exceptional lots on Saturday 2 July at 11:00 am for Automobilia and Motorbikes, and at 1:30 pm for Collectors’ Cars. A few figures to illustrate the 2022 edition:

• 137 collectors’ motorcars: competition cars, sports cars, Grand Tourers, cabriolets, classics, youngtimers, and curiosities

• 19 exceptional motorbikes from two collections

• 33 automobilia lots, including two helmets: one worn by Alain Prost in 1989; the second, sold for charity, bears the signatures of Tour Auto winners

• Pierre Héron Collection: 24 “barn-find” French cars, under layers of dust for 40 years, discovery of the year!

• The Renault Icons: 8 remarkable lots with exceptional provenance, from an exclusive collaboration between Renault and Artcurial Motorcars

• 87 lots at no reserve

• 31 cabriolets for the start of summer!

 

Porsche
1980 Porsche 935 « Baby » L1
Estimate: €1,300,000 – 1,600,000
© Kevin Van Campenhout

“From the Maserati A6 GCS, delivered new in France, to the Airstream caravan, this edition of Le Mans Classic promises a spectacle as exciting in the auction tent as on the 24 Hour circuit!”
– Matthieu Lamoure, Artcurial Motorcars Director

 

The highlights of the sale include a 1954 Maserati A6 GCS/53 Fiandri Spyder, a 1983 Renault RE40, a 958 Mercedes Benz 300 SL Roadster, a 1986 Toyota Tom’s 86C Group C and a 1937 Frazer Nash BMW 328 Roadster.

 

Renault F1
1983 Renault RE40 Ex-Alain Prost
THE RENAULT ICONS
Estimate: €800,000 – 1,200,000
© Renault Communication

The sale will feature several collections, each more grandiose than the last, including that of Pierre Héron, which is made of Delahaye, Grégoire and Talbot, and that of a Monegasque enthusiast of Mercedes, Bentley, Jaguar, and Porsche. 19 motorbikes will be offered for sale, including the exceptional collection of a motorcycle enthusiast who had gathered very fine machines such as Harley-Davidson, Ducati, Aermacchi, Brough Superior and MV Agusta.

Finally, the exclusive collaboration established a few weeks ago between Renault and Artcurial Motorcars will also be celebrated during this event. The Le Mans Classic sale marks the first stage of this partnership, with eight emblematic vehicles on offer in The Renault Icons section.

 

 

 

Information
Browse the Online Catalogue

 

Public exhibition
30 June, from 2pm to 6pm
1 July, from 10am to 8pm
2 July, 9am to 11am

Artcurial Marquee
Circuit des 24 Heures
72000 Le Mans

 

Auction
Saturday 2 July
11am: Automobilia and motorbikes (lots 1 to 52)
1:30pm: Motor cars(lots 101 to 237)

Artcurial Marquee
Circuit des 24 Heures
72000 Le Mans

 

Contact
Anne-Claire Mandine
Tél +33 1 42 99 20 73