7 February 2018
Place Vauban, Paris, France
HELD DURING THE RENOWNED RÉTROMOBILE WEEK
RM | SOTHEBY'S
RM Sotheby's kicks off its 2018 European calendar in spectacular fashion with a return to Paris, 7 February, for its fifth annual sale during the world-famous Rétromobile show week. Held at the historic Place Vauban in the city's centre, the stunning grounds offer the perfect setting to present the finest sports, racing, and touring cars from both pre- and post-war periods.
The car-collecting world showed up in force in Paris in 2017, and the company achieved a gross sales total of €27,576,400 ($29,451,595 USD)*—the best-ever result for the Rétromobile week auction. The star lot of the night was the beautiful 1934 Alfa Romeo Tipo B P3, and it fully deserved its achieved €3,920,000. The second biggest seller of the night was the 1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Spider, which attracted huge attention and generated a €2,156,000 top bid.
With over 35 years' experience, RM Sotheby's is the market leader in the collector car hobby. Our international team of expert Car Specialists, coupled with our in-house Research, Creative, Marketing, PR, and Client Relations teams, provide an unsurpassed level of service to the global collector car market.
Consignments close late November. If you're interested in consigning a vehicle to the Paris sale, please contact one of our knowledgeable Car Specialists, e-mail us, or call +44 (0) 20 7851 7070.
The auction is approaching fast, and consignment space is limited. Follow the instructions to the right to consign your car today. The event will attract the top collectors and enthusiasts from around the globe into one room while your car is sold. As market leaders in the collector car industry, you can rest assured that RM Sotheby’s will exhaustively research, market, and present your vehicle to the people it needs to reach.Consign Today
Access the knowledge
History is important to us, and we work hard to make sure all lots we offer are fully researched and historically accurate. With this in mind, we make sure to include all corresponding information and accessories, from certificates to tool kits, with the lots we sell. All of this is held at our history library on site, under the Access the Knowledge banner, so please visit us if you require further information on a lot being sold in our auction.
6:00 PMPUBLIC PREVIEW (FREE OF CHARGE)
12:00 PMPUBLIC PREVIEW
6:00 PMPREVIEW BY CATALOGUE – €70
Admission is open to the general public during public preview hours only. Admission to the auction on Wednesday, 7 February, is for registered bidders, consignors, and qualified media only.
BIDDER REGISTRATION – €100
Bidder registration includes an official auction catalogue and admission for one bidder and one guest to the auction.
PUBLIC PREVIEW – FREE OF CHARGE
PREVIEW BY CATALOGUE – €70