A rare Jaguar D-Type ( the seventh ever made) is under the hammer in Paris this month.
The car has a rich history and a connection to Australasia having raced and won Bathurst in 1956.
Undeniably one of the most beautiful Jaguars ever designed with its hand-built British Racing green chassis and iconic long nose this model has an impeccably maintained interior with green leather seats and an original wooden steering wheel, vintage dash and dials.
The 1955 Jaguar D-Type is set to be auctioned at RM Sotheby’s in Paris on February 5 and is expected to sell for between €5,900,000 and €6,400,000.
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Webb’s is running an extensive online auction of photographs of the Royal Family in New Zealand. The photographs are sourced from the Fairfax Media archives, an Aladdin's cave of imagery. Conveniently launched over Queen’s Birthday weekend, the auction is seeing frantic bidding wars erupt over these iconic photographs. There are over 700 photographs presented in more...
We realise that parking in the central city has its challenges so we are thrilled to announce that we can now offer a personalised parking solution on a by-appointment basis.