The third sale Bonhams held in June was the liquidation of the Den Hartogh Ford museum in the Netherlands. Kind of a weird spot for one of the largest collections of Ford vehicles anywhere in the world, but everyone’s got their thing. In chronological order, the early Fords we featured sold for:
- 1903 Model A – $167,440
- 1904 Model C – $104,482
- 1905 Model B – $488,924 (over seven times its initial estimate and the overall top sale)
- 1906 Model F – $109,840
- 1906 Model K – $401,856
There were a bunch of interesting cars here, especially commercial vehicles. We’ll give Most Interesting to 1931 Ford Model AA Camper that brought $26,790.
Speaking of commercial vehicles, here are the results for the five we featured:
- 1918 Model TT Tanker – $21,432
- 1929 Model AA Bus – $37,506
- 1930 Model AA Truck – $40,185
- 1934 Model BB Truck – $13,395
- 1937 950 Autobus – $66,976
The rest of the results can be found here.
RM Sotheby’s liquidated the rest of the Dingman Collection and another Ford was the top seller. It’s an awesome Roush Racing 1995 Ford Mustang Cobra SCCA Trans Am that sold for $720,000.
On to July where Historics at Brooklands held a sale at the Brooklands Motor Museum. We featured a Renault Alpine and it sold for $44,738. The top sale was this 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia for $168,515. Click here for more results.
And finally, Brightwells Classic & Vintage sale. The Mini Marcos failed to sell but the Mini-Comtesse did, bringing $1,089. The top sale was this 1961 Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8 Roadster for $178,661. The Bristol 400 brought $75,385 Click here for all results.