Hefty hammer price: Cars sold for over 200 million

this weekend it was in connection with the Formula 1 race in Abu Dhabi big auction with all sorts of more or less exotic cars for sale. RM sotheby's, which org

Hefty hammer price: Cars sold for over 200 million

this weekend it was in connection with the Formula 1 race in Abu Dhabi big auction with all sorts of more or less exotic cars for sale. RM sotheby's, which org

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
04 December 2019 Wednesday 02:00
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Hefty hammer price: Cars sold for over 200 million

this weekend it was in connection with the Formula 1 race in Abu Dhabi big auction with all sorts of more or less exotic cars for sale. RM sotheby's, which organised the auction, has now published hammerslagspriserne on the cars that were sold at the auction.

In all com 40 cars under the hammer, of which 23 were sold. So there is 17 cars, which can be bought if you have plenty of money in savings.

In the image gallery below you can see some of the cars that were for sale at the auction.

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photo Gallery 1 of 11 Among the newest cars this Ferrari F12 TDF. The sports car has 770 hp and has only traveled 130 miles from new. Photo: RM sotheby's 2 of 11, you Will be driving the Lamborghini and not Ferrari, this Lamborghini Countach LP400 S from 1979 also for sale at the auction. Photo: RM Sothebys 3 of the 11 Porsche's beautiful, and lightning fast hybridracer 918 Spyder you can also buy. Here are two electric motors connected to a V8 engine, four-wheel drive and a total of 875 hp. Photo: RM sotheby's 4 of 11 A beautiful Porsche 911 RS 2.7 Touring 1973. The RS was built to homolegere 911 to participate in the races. Photo: RM sotheby's 5 of 11 If you are to believe those who say that size does matter, can this Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 might tempt. Here are six wheels, a height of 2.3 metres, a width of 2.1 metres and a length of 5.9 metres. The car has only driven 225 miles from new. Photo: RM sotheby's 6 of 11 A copy of the legendary Ferrari F40 are also for sale at the auction. Photo: RM sotheby's 7 of 11 If you insist on running something that no one else has, you can buy this Pagani Zonda Aether, for which was only built this one. Photo: RM sotheby's 8 of 11 This Porsche 911 Sport Classic can be yours. There are only 250 copies of the model. Photo: RM sotheby's 9 of 11 77 examples were built by the Aston Martin One-77, and now you can buy this black copy. Photo: RM sotheby's 10 of 11 Ford GT with a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 647 hp is also to find at the auction. Photo: RM sotheby's 11 of 11 and A Lamborghini Diablo GT has also found its way to the auction. The engine is a V12'is on six liters. Photo: RM sotheby's

The 23 cars which, so far, has got new owners, were collectively sold for 210 million dollars.

Among the high jumpers is a Pagani Zonda Aether, which was sold for 6.8 million dollars, equivalent to nearly 46 million.

the Auction's most expensive hammer fell at this Pagani Zonda Aether. Photo: RM sotheby's

A Ferrari FXX K got new owner for 28,9 million Danish crowns, a Koenigsegg Agera R got hammerslagspris 9.1 million Danish kroner, while a classic Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing from the year 1956, sold for 10.7 million Danish kroner.

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Several F1 cars sold
One of the hammer price, that was with to pull the total amount up, fell when an F1 racer was put up. Ferrari F2002-car was driven by none other than Michael Schumacher at the F1-grandprixerne in San Marino, Austria and France in the season 2002, in which the German racing driver won his fifth F1 world championship.

the F1 car was at the auction sold for 6,64 million u.s. dollars, equivalent to 44,8 million Danish kroner.

A part of the amount was donated to the 'Keep Fighting'organization.

the 2002 car was not the only Ferrari-F1, which was sold at the auction. Also a Ferrari 126 C2, which was used in the Formula 1 season in 1982, came under the hammer and sold for a price of approximately 14.5 million Danish kroner.

You can find the remaining cars, which are still for sale at the RM sotheby's website here.

See also: Found the car in a German barn: Sold for staggering amounts

Updated: 04.12.2019 02:00
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