RM Sotheby’s has announced it will auction off seven desirable Porsche models from a single Swiss owner during its Open Roads auction kicking off on February 19 and being run online.
Bidding on the auction will kick off at 11 a.m. on Friday, February 19 and during the first day of the auction, vehicles available will be located in the UK and Europe, while the second day will be limited to cars based in North America. The third day of the auction will be restricted to the collection of the single Swiss owner.
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The Swiss collection consists of a 2014 918 Spyder, a 2004 Carrera GT, a 2018 911 GT2 RS, a 2010 911 GT2 RS, a 1995 911 Turbo Cabriolet, a 2017 911 R and a 2010 911 Sport Classic.
No pre-auction estimates for the vehicles have been announced by RM Sotheby’s, but it’s reasonable to assume that the 918 Spyder will be the most expensive. It has just one previous owner and has been driven a touch under 5,500 km (3,400 miles). Making it stand out is Porsche’s Liquid Chrome Blue Metallic paintwork that was a $63,000 option. It also has a Mocha Brown leather interior with silver accents, making it one of just three 918 Spyders built in this configuration.
The 2018 911 GT2 RS being auctioned off is also particularly attractive thanks to the Azzuro California Metallic paint. The fixed rear wing has also been removed, making it look a little more subtle. And then, of course, there’s the Carrera GT, one of the last analogue supercars ever made.