Ist ja keine grosse Neuigkeit mehr, Bruce Weiner versteigert seine Sammlung. Die Einschätzungen, ob neue Rekordpreise erziehlt werden oder sich die Preise der allgemeinen Wirtschaftslage anpassen, gehen in alle Richtungen. Ich wage keine Prognose.
Schauen wir uns mal die Resultate aus dem Jahr 2010 an.
Folgende Fahrzeuge wurden von RM Auctions aus der Bruce Weiner Sammlung versteigert:
1961 BMW Isetta 300 Export Cabriolet- Lot was Sold at a price of $41,250
As part of the Bruce Weiner Collection, this Isetta 300 is nicely presented in red and remains in outstanding overall condition. Its most unusual and extraordinarily rare feature is the “bubble window” cabriolet body. It is believed that only about 50 of these were built by BMW, the vast majority of which were exported out of Germany and sold in the U.S. or South American markets. With only about 50 ever built, the number of survivors is tremendously low. For the microcar collector, this is an opportunity not to be missed. All Isettas had sunroofs. Only a limited few had convertible tops!
1963 Goggomobil TL-400 Transporter Van – Lot was Sold at a price of $88,000
Offered from the Bruce Weiner Collection and outfitted in the livery of Krispy Kreme, the popular American doughnuts, this Goggomobil Transporter has been completely restored. Painted red with a white top, gray seating and interior panels, it is immaculate and nicely set off with ten-inch whitewall tires. Of 3,665 Kleintransporters built between 1957 and 1965, fully 2,000 were taken by Deutsche Bundesposte. This Krispy Kreme version represents a chance to acquire something truly unusual – a unique microcar perfectly suited for advertising or museum use or simply as a cute complement to any eclectic collection. Very few examples survive today as all were used as work vehicles and discarded once they were worn out. The opportunity to acquire such a Goggomobil Transporter will not come again soon.
1963 Messerschmitt KR-200 Kabinenroller – Lot was Sold at a price of $55,000
Offered from the Bruce Weiner Collection, this incredibly well restored Messerschmitt KR-200 is painted in turquoise. Its engine and chassis have been completely restored, and the car runs and drives well. It has a white interior with snakeskin upholstery – real, not imitation as in the original. An excellent example of the archetypal Kabinenroller, it is ready to join a new collection in the wider microcar community.
Hier gehts zur Übersicht der Resultate: http://www.rmauctions.com/AuctionResults.cfm?SaleCode=MO10&SortBy=RO&View=Normal&Category=Cars&Currency=USD&tempstartrow=126¤tpage=6&Collection=#