Pic of 964 Turbo S Leichtbau - copyright RM Sothebys.
Highlights from Battersea RM Sotheby's Auctions Concours Sale
So £1.85m for the 993 GT2 is huge - but if it was hypothetically bought by an overseas Billionaire Porsche nut who wanted an LHD Maritme Blue - it was not going to make any noticeable dent in his finances - so the price reflects what those who can afford to play in this market - value a car at. 3 bidders were hot for this car - but imagine it has gone to the collection of a certain tech giant who has a serious Porsche collection and has wanted one of these for a while...
The Porsche 964 Turbo S Liechtbau hammered at £870,000 against estimate of £210k - £250k was big news - but that car WAS on the radar of an overseas Porsche nut to add to his collection
Did the re-shelled M471 LWT 2.7 RS with unstamped engine cases actually sell at hammer of £200k? Does this mean that a bitsa with Porsche identity - which will doubtless provide an identical driving experience to a matching original M471 - is valued at a mere 20/25% of an original "investment" car destined for storage? At that price you would be hard pushed to make a really good clone...Assume it was a no-sale?
Aggregated information from RM's Twitter feed - as results not yet published:
Aston Martin DB4 GT makes £2,408,000Ferrari 575 M Maranello sells for £134,400
Desirable LHD Series II Aston Martin DB4 Series II finished in original colours reaches £515,200Porsche 356 Pre-A 1600 Speedster by Reutter sold for £229,600.
One of 20 built - Ford RS200 S makes £173,600
Mercedes Benz Twin-turbo SL 65 AMG Black Series offered from a private Mercedes-Benz collection makes £240,800
1967 Maserati Mistral makes £739,200
1960 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II by Pinin Farina sells for £1,288,000
Porsche 993 RS Clubsport reaches £403,200
Porsche 964 Turbo S Lightweight sold for £974,400
Porsche 964 RS 3.8 goes for £716,800Porsche 911 '930' Turbo sold for £106,400 Porsche 911 Turbo reaches £140,000Lancia Stratos HF Stradale by Bertone makes £308,0001986 Audi Sport Quattro makes an amazing £403,200
1951 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Series I Speciale by Pinin Farina for £173,600 - over double its lower estimate.
Iso Grifo sells for £128,800 - 88k over mid estimate...
Morgan Plus 4 Plus fetches £128,800
Ferrero Le Mans Children's Car from 1992 sells for £17,550