Headlining the collection is a highly coveted 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy by Scaglietti, offered for sale
with factory-fitted electric windows, original interior, manuals and tool kit. One of just 60 Alloy variants of the
beautiful Ferrari 275 GTB, it is truly one of the most accomplished Ferraris of the 1960s. With its 3.3-litre
V-12 engine and incredible performance, it is also widely accepted to be one of the greatest dual-purpose
Ferrari’s ever made. Delivered new in Rosso Rubino, it is presented for auction with 47,506km on the
odometer and finished in Rosso Corsa paintwork with Nero leather interior. This is a rare opportunity to
secure a significant landmark in Ferrari’s history (Estimate: €1,700,000-€1,900,000).
Also offered alongside the 275 GTB is a 1970 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, delivered new in Grigio Ferro
and now presented in Rosso Corsa with original red and black leather interior. Created as Ferrari’s answer
to the revolutionary Lamborghini Miura, the Daytona’s 1-2-3 finish at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona earned
the beautifully appointed machine a well-deserved place in the marque’s history books. The Daytona is an
established symbol of the cross-continental jet-set lifestyle of its period, with its power, space and comfort
making it the very best GT car on the market (Estimate: €400,000-€500,000). The 1974 Ferrari 365 GT4
BB is one of only 387 examples of the rarest, lightest and purest Berlinetta Boxer Ferrari’s. Famed for being
the first in a long line of flat-12 Ferrari supercars, this entirely original car is finished in Rosso Chiaro with
Beige interior with 30,947Km from new (Estimate: €200,000-€300,000). A beautiful and practical 1965
Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 concludes the four Ferraris in the collection and is verified as having matching numbers
and retains its original interior. (Estimate: €120,000-€150,000).
Leading the collection’s motorsport representation is the Jean Rondeau- built 1976 Inaltera LM GTP,
which was a T-car in the 1976 edition of the 24h of Le Mans, while in the 1977 24h of Daytona the car ran
strongly before a suspension issue forced it to retire. The car went on to take first in GTP class win and
fourth overall in the 1977 edition of the 24h of Le Mans in the hands of legendary French racing drivers Henri
Pescarolo, Jean-Pierre Beltoise and Jean Rondeau himself. Featuring a Ford Cosworth V-8 and a Hewland
transmission, the car offered is chassis 001 and was purchased by the late Edgar Richoz in 1977. It is
offered for sale in its Inaltera livery alongside a large spares package (Estimate: €450,000-€550,000).
Additional entries featured within The Richoz Collection include:
· A stylish Series 1 1964 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 FHC, finished in black and complemented by a
luxurious red interior. A hugely admired automotive icon, this example is offered for sale without reserve
· Presented in a striking yellow colour scheme, the Brabham BT38C period Formula Three car
boasts an aluminium bathtub monocoque and Hewland Mk 8 transmission (Estimate: €25,000-€35,000).
· Offering a taste of pre-war America, a 1931 Ford Model A is offered complete with signature black
bodywork and vibrant red wire wheels. (Estimate: €15,000-€20,000).
“The Richoz Collection is a fantastic example of a passionate enthusiast showcasing his deeply personal
connection to the automotive world through a diverse collection of beautiful cars,” said Augustin
Sabatié-Garat, head of sales at RM Sotheby’s Europe. “After the great success of the Online Only: The
European Sale featuring the Petitjean Collection at the start of June, we’re gearing up for what is expected
to be yet another fantastic auction, with a broad range of exceptional cars, parts and memorabilia offered for
sale. We look forward to welcoming buyers old and new to the RM Sotheby’s website for the sale.”
Early entries into Online Only: Open Roads, The European Summer Auction also include the Porsche
Passion, 1960-2020 collection, showcasing nearly 60 years of Porsche sportscar development, culminating
in the offering of a 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster (Estimate: €300,000-350,0000).
Each car offered in the Online Only auction will be presented with comprehensive photography and in most
cases will be accompanied by condition reports completed by RM Sotheby’s specialists as well as
catalogue descriptions. Where available, additional information on each lot, such as history files, production
certificates, restoration documentation, service invoices, owner’s manuals, and accompanying parts can be