2018 Ford GT, €700,000 – 1,000,000
The second-generation of the 21st century homage to the legendary 1960s GT40 which stormed to a
resounding 1-2-3 victory at the 1966 Le Mans 24 hours, beating the Ferrari team’s 330 P3 race cars.
The highly desirable third generation GT Coupé is powered by a V6 engine, but is technologically worlds
apart, with its carbon-fibre monocoque chassis and carbon-fibre body panels. The 3.5-litre turbocharged
Ecoboost unit, mated with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, delivers 647 Bhp, with acceleration of
0-100km/h in under three seconds and a top speed of 347km/h.
This rare EU-delivered example, which has covered just 1,800km from new, is offered with a bespoke Ford
indoor car cover, believed to be produced by Hermès.
1957 AC Bristol Roadster, estimate €400,000 - 500,000
After participating in several rallies, the car on offer was an actual challenger in the 1960 Le Mans 24 Hours,
the AC sporting number 57 for the Rambaux-Boutin team, but had to abandon the race after 14 hours with
Having been restored, the car now performs perfectly and has been treated with care over the past 20 years
by its current custodian. However, it still retains its original chassis, coachwork to Le Mans specification
and accessories including a bespoke windscreen, steering-wheel and period photos.
1976 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 MFI Targa ‘Belgian Gendarmerie’, €170,000 - 250,000
One of only twenty 911s ordered new by the Belgian government and delivered by D’leteren in Brussels,
these were the fastest-ever police cars until 1983. This car was one of the very last examples of the 1976
enhanced performance mechanical fuel injection ‘Sondermodell’ range, of which only 113 cars were
It was discovered in ‘dry barnfind’ condition after 30 years of dry storage, and it is offered mainly unrestored
but in good mechanical order, with its 210hp Carrera engine freshly rebuilt and all period police accessories
in working order.
The Zoute Sale
The Zoute sale will be a traditional live auction, held in accordance with local government COVID guidelines
at the time, with bids accepted from the sale room, in addition to online telephone and absentee bids.
Entry to the sale is by catalogue only and potential bidders are requested to register in advance to ensure
their place. The auction will also be streamed live and will offer enhanced video content of the lots.
Viewings in person will be available by appointment only on Thursday 8, Friday 9 and Saturday 10 October,
from 08.00 – 18.00, and on the Sunday sale day from 08.00 until 14.00 when the auction starts.