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10 reasons not to miss Aguttes’ Vente de Printemps auction

With a wide-spanning mix sure to delight collectors and enthusiasts alike, Aguttes’ Vente de Printemps sale this Saturday truly has something for everyone…


From the two-owner, Classiche-certified 1989 Ferrari F40 (est. 850,000–1.05m euros), which was seductively undressed in this fantastic film, to the World Rally Championship, Carlos Sainz-driven 1992 Toyota Celica GT-Four ST 185 rally hero (est. 180,000–240,000 euros), the offerings from Aguttes are a lesson in quality not quantity. While the selection of hometown pocket-rockets, including the sought-after 1995 Renault Clio Williams Mark 2 (est. 15,000–20,000 euros) and the rarely seen 1982 Renault 5 Alpine Turbo (est. 17,000–23,000 euros), caught our eye, the star of the show for us has to be the 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint 1600 GTA (est. 250,000–350,000 euros). Having had just three owners from new and still in unprecedented original condition, this lightweight legend is perfect for such events as the Tour Auto or simply being enjoyed in its present preserved condition. You can browse the entire catalogue in the Classic Driver Market, and find our 10 top picks below.

Our 10 favourites from Aguttes' Vente de Printemps sale