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Take a look at the catalog of the Osenat sale in Alsace on January 23

Neither Fontainebleau nor Versailles to start the year. The sale of Osenat in Alsace on January 23 will move abroad and offer a rich and varied catalog. We made our selection.

The sale of Osenat in Alsace on January 23 shortly

Scheduled for the month of December, it has finally been postponed for this end of January. It is in line with the sales previously organized by Maison Bellifontaine in the East with a team of local specialists in addition to those normally in command.

The catalog is dense. 94 lots will be offered during Osenat’s sale in Alsace on January 23. The first 35 refer to motorcycles from various eras. Then we find cars that include an enigmatic lot 94 that is in fact made up of an entire collection of barn cars!

The lots will be exhibited on Friday, January 21 and Saturday, January 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Rue de Boofzheim in Rhinau, south of Strasbourg and the sale will take place in the same place on Sunday 23 of 10 am for motorcycles and 2:30 pm for cars.

The stars of the sale

THE very big star of the Osenat auction in Alsace on 23 January is a magnificent Hispano-Suiza H6B 32cv from 1921. A single-skull body with wood and copper rivets from Duqesne in Tourcoing. She is not unknown to us since we were able to approach her at the Osenat stand in Epoqu’Auto. Always well maintained, this car drove well but kept its original bodywork. Your estimate is not advertised in the catalog, but we can bet it should be over € 500,000 under the hammer!

Another great price and another French one with the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Cabriolet. A car in very good condition after an old restoration, with few takeaways inside. The car runs perfectly. It is estimated between € 150 and € 200,000.

Another star, the 1935 Panhard & Levassor X73 CS Special, the one on the cover of the catalog. Despite its exterior condition, it should be noted that this Faux-Cabriolet is complete and that the engine is not blocked. A restoration has been started on this rare car. It is estimated between € 25 and € 50,000.

The Madeleine and Jean Bohn collection

A pastry chef, but also a mechanic, Jean Bohn started an excellent collection of vintage cars when he retired. First a 5HP … then other beautiful ones, both for him and for his wife. Three of its cars will be offered at the Osenat sale in Alsace on January 23.

We started with a 1952 Panhard Dyna X Cabriolet. Bought in the 90s, the car has seen its restoration begin … and it has to be finished. Sold with many pieces, it is estimated between € 10 and € 15,000.

We then move on to a superb 1935 Traction 7C Cabriolet. Restored in the late 90s, it requires a restart and a little repair to ride with ease. His estimate is between € 40 and € 70,000.

The last car is a Delage Di12, which shares many parts with the one Delahaye 134. Between October 36 and September 37, the brand ordered Citroën Traction helmets (Coupé, Roadster and Berline) for its cars. This is part of this small series, it is about to restart and it is estimated between € 40 and € 70,000.

We also notice

We start with the 1968 Datsun Farilady. If we can cross a Sports 2000, the 1600 that preceded it and complemented it (to go further: From DC-3 to Datsun Sports 2000, Nissan’s first sports steps) are more rare … it would seem that this is the only one in France! In good condition, it is estimated between € 17 and € 20,000.

In addition to the Panhard & Levassor X73, we will also find a X71 Sedan, complete but to restore. It is estimated between € 15 and € 18,000.

Another French of interest: a 1960 DB Le Mans Luxe. A rarity that had a bumpy but perfectly clear fate and is now ready to roll. It is estimated between € 25 and € 35,000.

On the popular side, we will find some beautiful pieces during the Osenat sale in Alsace on January 23. A fully restored Renault 10 has done 500km since then and is estimated at between € 5,000 and € 7,000.
The 1963 Simca P60 ran the same fate, which covered 2,500 km between its restoration and its stop. It will have to be restarted but it is estimated between € 6 and € 8,000.

We continue with a beautiful Peugeot 203 A from 1952. A car that has not changed ownership in 32 years, which requires some work and is estimated between € 5 and € 6,000.
More recently, a Panhard 24CT is proposed. With good service, you’ll be ready to hit the road again. His estimate is between € 6 and € 8,000.

If you prefer Youngtimers, the Osenat sale in Alsace on January 23 will offer you some that you cannot miss. We started with a 1982 Audi Quattro, the first series therefore. Never restored, in good condition, the car is estimated between € 50 and € 70,000!

If you want to ride with your hair in the wind, the BMW Z1 is for you. A beautiful 1989 car with new front fenders and door mechanism … and that’s good news! It is estimated between € 45 and € 50,000!

And then, who says young, says Peugeot 205 GTI. There is one in the catalog of the Osenat sale in Alsace on January 23rd. It is a 1984 car, with 1.6 liters of 105 hp. In good condition, it is estimated between € 11 and € 13,000.

And if you have not found what you are looking for, the entire catalog can be found here.

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