Bertone Concepts Up For Auction by RM

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Ever wanted the opportunity to own a rare, one-of-a-kind Italian concept car (and have some cash to spare)? Now's your chance because RM Auctions will be presenting six concepts from the official collection of Carrozzeria Bertone that will be up for sale this May 21 at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este on Lake Cuomo in Italy. RM Auctions is the world's largest car auction house and state that each of these cars "represent a highly significant slice of Bertone's creative history."

These cars include the 1967 Lamborghini Marzal, 1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero, 1963 Chevrolet Testudo, 1974 Lamborghini Bravo, 1980 Lamborghini Athon, and the 1978 Lancia Sibilo. Each car is expected to reign in six or even seven figures. The auction house specifically pointed out the Marzal, since it was driven by Prince Ranier and Princess Grace at the start of the 1967 Monaco Grand Prix. It's expected to fetch in an estimated €1 million to €1.8 million.

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