► Bonhams pitches up at the one-off Goodwood Speedweek sale in October 2020
► The first sale takes place - live - at the Oulton Park Gold Cup in August 2020
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The lot list is still building, but heading the early cars for sale is the 1959 Aston Martin DB4 Series I (above), which will be offered for sale at no reserve. It has an estimate of £250,000-£350,000, and comes with a long history that contains many invoices mostly covering servicing and parts supply..
The sale will be live-streamed to a worldwide audience of bidders, and auctioneers will take bids from around the world via telephone, online and by commission bids, supplemented by online bidding aggregators. Video content will be streamed live, giving bidders a detailed look at the motor cars during the auction.
The sale will be held on Saturday 17 October, with viewing by appointment from Wednesday to Saturday at Goodwood’s Earls Court Motor Show building. For those who cannot attend in person, virtual, real-time condition reports will be available via Bonhams Preview. All lots will be fully catalogued in print and online.
Bonhams Group Motoring Chairman James Knight said: ‘While enthusiasts everywhere were disappointed by the unavoidable cancellation of this year’s events at Goodwood, we are delighted to be back at the circuit. On behalf of the motoring fraternity, we would like to express our gratitude for the tireless effort by the Duke of Richmond and his Goodwood team to create Speedweek which will be a weekend to remember.’
Stay tuned for a full lot list once it’s published
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