Coolest Items in Bonhams Goodwood FOS Sale

Experience Incredible Motors at Goodwood

The illustrious Goodwood Festival of Speed has earned its renown thanks to the titanic Hillclimb challenge it holds; yet, this event is packed with all kinds of displays that construct a thrilling weekend. Taking part in this flurry of energy is the Bonhams Goodwood FOS auction, and this year attained resilience-levels of incredible with a superb collection of vehicles on offer.

Jonny Smith and Richard Porter of The Late Brake Show and Sniff Petrol, respectively, are providing us with a guided tour of the auction. First up is the extraordinary AC MA-200 Roadster Prototype – a unique V8-powered sports car estimated to fetch somewhere between 450,000 and 550,000 pounds ($589,095 and $720,004) on the market. Additionally, it is accompanied at the auction by the AC 428, a limited production automobile derived from the prototype.

The uncommon Trident Venturer is alleged to be among the scarcest at the locale. Sponsored by a spread out Triumph TR6 structuring, the Venturer is vivified by a 3.0L V6 Ford engine. Just eighty-four Venturers were made before they ceased production in 1977.

Smith & Sniff hunt bargains at the Bonhams FOS sale

The offering for sale of the timeless Mercedes-Benz 190 E, in black, has emerged at the auction. Despite reaching 130,000 km (80,778 miles) on the clock, the owner put aside £30,000 for an extensive renovation process using official parts from Merc stockists. Moreover, hardly ever driven since and never in wet conditions, this 190 E is estimated to be worth between £100,000 and £150,000 ($130,910 to $196,365).

Several rare Aston Martins have made an appearance at the auction. The Lagonda Taraf, owned by AM, is proudly displayed with a mere 120 km (75 miles) clocked on its odometer. When first debuted, this luxury machine had an exorbitant price tag of one million dollars; however, it is now estimated to fetch between 150,000 and 250,000 pounds ($196,365 and $327,275).

The inaugural iteration of the second-generation Aston Martin Vanquish is now on display and is yet to be used. A classic V8-powered AM Volante is included in This line-up, with an estimated price range ranging from 110,000 to 150,000 ($144,001 to $196,365) pounds.

Enthusiasts of Formula 1 should be overjoyed to hear that Bonhams has procured vehicles from the open-wheel, single-seat racing series. Most particularly, the Tyrrell 014 featuring a turbocharged Renault V6 from 1985 is among them, alongside the Force India VJM02 driven by Italian racer Giancarlo Fisichella onto pole position at the 2009 Belgian Grand Prix.

The 1973 Martini Racing Porsche 911 RSR 3.0 Prototype is racing high up in the ranks. It surely is quite distinctive, and a Porsche aficionado holds this to be the premier 911 across the globe. Bonhams are not currently selling the 911, though it will be listed in the revival sale set for September with an estimated estimation of six to nine million pounds (7.85 million to 11.78 million US dollars).

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