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  • Extraordinary brass and classic era cars roll into RM's auction
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    Will Davison
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Extraordinary brass and classic era cars roll into RM's auction

RM Auctions is gearing up for its annual Vintage Motor Cars of Hershey classic automobiles auction, set to take place on October 7-8.

Boasting a selection of cars that is second-to-none, highlights will include the Gerald Sichel Collection of rare automobiles featuring many extraordinary brass and classic era cars.

Mr Sichel's collection was amassed over a quarter of a century, during which time the collector lovingly chose, acquired and enjoyed some of the world's the rarest automobiles.


The 1909 Stanley Model E Steamer, Chassis Number 284

The Gerald Sichel Collection comprises classics by Cadillac, Ford and Chevrolet to lesser known marques as Brush, Chase, Jewel and Carter - all of which will be for sale to collectors and investors.

Among them will be the 1909 Stanley Model E Steamer, Chassis Number 284. The Stanley Steamers were among the best known and most popular cars of their era, outselling gasoline-powered cars. It will auction without reserve.

Meanwhile, other highlights at RM's event will include the majestic 1929 Duesenberg Model J Convertible Coupe, boasting coachwork by Murphy.


The 1929 Duesenberg Model J Convertible Coupe

As you can read about in our full report here, Duesenbergs are among the finest investments on the classic cars markets; and this model, Chassis Number J194/2213, is sure to turn heads at RM.

The Vintage Motor Cars of Hershey sale will be held in Pennsylvania, US.

 

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  • Post author
    Will Davison
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