Auction News | Aguttes Tour Auto Optic 2OOO – The Anniversay Sale

Aguttes Tour Auto Ferrari 250 GT SWB

Auctions are an important part of the classic car market. Rare and special vehicles in particular are sold for record-breaking sums. In our “Auction News” section, we regularly look at the results
of the most recent auctions. This time the Aguttes Tour Auto Optic 2OOO Auction.

The auction – Aguttes Tour Auto Optic 2OOO

On 30 April 2021, the Aguttes auction house hosted the 30th Tour Auto Optic 2OOO Auction at the Grand Palais Ephémère, Paris. First and foremost, interested parties were offered exquisite wines, spirits and designer furniture, but car fans also got their money’s worth during the auction.


1990 Citroën 2 CV Charleston

Among other things, a rare “Charleston Duck” was offered. The special series, limited to 8,000 vehicles, was presented by Citroën at the Paris Motor Show in October 1980. With its unconventional and trendy two-tone design, houndstooth pattern seats and round headlights, the 2CV 6 Charleston is considered by many fans to be the most unusual version of the 2CV.

The fact that the vehicle on offer has only covered 9 km since new and has not yet been registered adds to the great rarity value of this model.

Sold for: € 141,960

1958 Porsche 356 AT 2 1600 S Convertible D

Another eye-catcher was the Porsche 356 AT 2 1600 S Convertible D. This particular model is one of the very rare 356 A’s that were coachbuilt by Drauz as a convertible and one of the coveted 1600 Super’s with a 75 hp engine.

While most models were shipped to the USA at the request of the importer Max Hoffman, this particular vehicle is a European model which was first owned by a GI stationed in Germany at the time.

Sold for: € 242,260

1962 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta SWB (C)

A popular model from Ferrari was also offered to the visitors of the auction. In the long saga of the Ferrari 250 GT, the SWB has a special place. Designed as both a road car and a racing model, it is unanimously acclaimed for its design, performance and competitiveness in racing.

For the many fans of this model, the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta SWB is best remembered for its design which is considered by many specialists to be one of the most beautiful in the history of the automobile.


Sold for: € 876,360

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Text: Lennart Klein Pictures: Aguttes

Author: Lennart Klein

Lennart Klein ist Redakteur beim Classic Trader Magazin. Seine Begeisterung gilt zwei- und vierrädrigen Klassikern gleichermaßen. Traum-Klassiker: Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior & Mercedes-Benz 600.

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