Phenomenal original paint in eye-grabbing and very 70s Kelly Green.
Hilarious that they call a 35,000 45,000 estimate a starter classic.
Sizable dent in the tail.1570/108hp, dual Webers, 5-speed, hub caps, Vredestein tires, black cloth boot cover.Dented, dull, deteriorated, dilapidated, rusty.Lot # Kurtis Kraft Midget Race Car; S/N 024848; Engine # 351; Black/Burgundy leather; Estimate 50,000 75,000; Competition restoration, 1 condition; No Reserve; Hammered Sold at 32,000 plus commission.00; Final Price 35,200.
Lot # Deutsch-Bonnet HBR5 Coupe; S/N 852; Blue/Red leather; Estimate 100,000 130,000; Unrestored original, 3 condition; No Reserve; Hammered Sold at 43,000 plus commission.00; Final Price 47,300.
It is a bargain at this price for that, and for its potential to light up a dirt track with its performance.
RM offered this car in Monterey in 2002 where it was in similar condition and bid to 590,000 but not sold.Fairly nasty despite the shiny paint and good upholstery.Sold new in Belgium.The interior is inviting and nearly unused.Showing 31,252 miles, but there are no issues with the paint or underbody, and the seats look like theyve only been sat in a few times.One small chip in front of the left rear tire, another on the passengers door participer a un concours de boisson skyrim and one just behind the right front wheel.Lot # 55 1956 Jaguar D-Type Sports Racer; S/N XKD518; Engine # E20289; Red/Dark Red vinyl; Estimate 10,000,000 12,000,000; Competition restoration, 3 condition; With Reserve; Not sold at Hammer bid of 8,850,000.Some discoloration around the front of the dash top.Michelin TRX tires, Momo suede-wrapped steering wheel, power windows, air conditioning, Pioneer cassette stereo.