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Bonhams Car Sale

The 12th annual Bonhams Goodwood Festival of Speed auction was held on 25 June. A stunning selection of sports, competition and collectors' motor cars, automobilia, F1 memorabilia and models were sold and the star of the sale, a remarkably important Bugatti - in one ownership for the past fifty years and renowned throughout the Vintage car world simply by its pet-name, 'Térèse' - was sold for a stunning £430,500.

The Festival Auction.   1963 Lotus 23B.
The Festival Auction, as always, created a lot of interest.   1963 Lotus 23B Sports-Racing Two Seater.
1935 MG NA Magnette.   1937 Adler Trumpf.
1935 MG NA Magnette Supercharged Two Seater sold for £32,200.   Left: A 1937 Adler Trumpf Junior Roadster.
1992 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible.   1935 Bentley 3.5 Sports.   Doug Nye, well known car historian.
1992 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible.   1935 Bentley 3.5 Sports Two-Seater Tourer sold for £80,700. On the left is the 1935 Bugatti, 'Térèse', which sold for £430,500.   Doug Nye, well known car historian, aboard an 1896 MMC (Motor Manufacturimg Co Ltd).
Photos: Ian Burt
Bonhams at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2005 back