The catalogue for the sale comprises 100 lots, of which just 14 are classic cars. Of those 14, we think that the delightful 1959 Fiat 600 Transformabile and the elegant 1970 Jaguar E-type SII Roadster would make for the ideal two-car fleet, particularly on the Côte d’Azur. They’re estimated to fetch 23,000-33,000 euros and 80,000-120,000 euros, respectively.
Other staples of the classic driver’s inventory include a timeless stainless steel Patek Philippe 5170G chronograph (est. 55,000-65,000 euros), a vintage Louis Vuitton travel wardrobe (16,000-28,000 euros) and, if you’re feeling bold enough, a pair of gold Cartier Ferrari cufflinks (5,500-8,500 euros). Not taken with our selection? You can find the full catalogue listed in the Classic Driver Market.