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Artcurial Sells €16.7m Alfa Romeo in €42m Classic Car Sale
An American collector paid $18.9m for a 1939 Alfa Roméo 8C 2900 B Touring Berlinetta which was the top lot in Artcurial’s Paris classic car sale. The €42m event posted a total 31% higher than the previous year. Another American buyer took the second most valuable lot in the sale, a 1966 Serenissima Spyder that sold for €4.2m, a record price for the model.
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