Benz 8/20 PS Jagdwagen – 1914

Benz 8/20 PS Jagdwagen - 1914

Coachwork by Schebera

The world automobile industry grew a lot between the end of 19th century and the First World War. Each important firm depended on the races to introduce their name and products; each one had in production sports cars and touring or formal cars.

The Benz firm was …

Panhard et Levassor 16 HP Rear Entrance Tonneau – 1900

Panhard et Levassor 16 HP Rear Entrance Tonneau - 1900

RM Sotheby’s
Place Vauban
Parijs – Paris
Frankrijk – France
February 2019

Estimated : € 275.000 – 325.000
Sold for € 207.000

René Panhard and Émile Levassor built their first cars, a series of four identical models, in Paris during 1891. Other models followed in rapid succession, giving Panhard et …

Darracq Phaeton – 1898

Darracq Phaeton - 1898

Alexander Darracq was born in Bordeaux in 1855 and he was one of the fathers of the French automobile industry, one of the first entrepreneurs who believed on its potentials. After selling the English brand and production of “Gladiator” bicycle, Darracq founded the Usines Perfecta for the construction of bicycle …

Maybach SW 38 Spezial-Cabriolet – 1939

Maybach SW 38 Spezial-Cabriolet - 1939

THE MAYBACH SW-38

Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach can be considered two grandfathers of mechanical transportation, and both the Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft and the Maybach Motorenbau had great impact on the early history of the automobile. Wilhlem Maybach worked closely with Gottlieb Daimler during the development of the very first …

De Tomaso Mangusta – 1972

De Tomaso Mangusta - 1972

Estimated : € 190.000 – 240.000
Sold for € 286.250

RM Sotheby’s
Place Vauban
Parijs – Paris
Frankrijk – France
February 2018

Looking to create sports cars that rivalled Ferrari and Lamborghini, Argentinian racing driver Alejandro de Tomaso began with the Vallelunga before launching the Mangusta in 1967. Bold styling …