Coys InterClassics Auction proved extremely popular

Coys Interclassics Auction proved extremely popular with the visitors to the exhibition. Coys offered for sale 52 superb collector motor cars and 7 motor cycles at their event. With a selling value of just over 1.8 Million Euros, and a sale rate of 67%. Coys are delighted with the results of their sale at Interclassics.

Highlights of the sale include the magnificent Lot 428 The 1952 Mercedes 220A Cabriolet selling for €144,271. Also selling the extremely elegant Lot 431 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom 1 selling for €137,545. For the more modern collectors, Coys sold Lot 443 1983 Ferrari 400i originally owned by King Hussein of Jordan for a selling price of €72,527. To mention just 3 of the many lots sold.

Coys Auctioneer Douglas Jamieson said that "We are delighted to return once again to Interclassics and have seen a great degree of interest at the sale with competitive bidding throughout." We think the show has developed into a great event to start the year and look forward to returning to Interclassics in 2017. Coys next major International sale in Europe will be at Techno Classica, Essen Germany April 9th 2016.