Artcurial Motorcars will close out its year in style on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris on Sunday October 30 with the 10th sale in the Automobiles sur les Champs series. To mark this anniversary, the Artcurial team has assembled a diverse selection of cars in hopes of attracting a wide range of enthusiasts. The sale will be headlined by a selection of supercars, rare competition models, barn finds and veterans, in addition to some tempting Youngtimers. The sale will also offer a number of models known for a variety of cinematic roles.
One offering of particular interest will be a 1964 Alpine M64 Berlinette (above, photo courtesy Artcurial Motorcars) that finished 17th overall while winning the Prototype 3.0 class at that year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans driven by France’s Roger Delageneste and Irishman Henry Monogh. For complete information about this and other offerings, please visit, www.artcurial.com