Classic Cars & Automobilia

« I like cars that carry the traces of the passing time. Their bodies then become the testimony of the passion of those behind the wheel! »
— Gautier Rossignol


With six world records and more than €9 million in 2019 results, the Collector Cars & Automobilia department has achieved steady growth since its creation in 2013 and is positioned as the second largest operator on the French market.

The Aguttes on Wheels team relies on a targeted marketing strategy and powerful international communication. Based on the proximity maintained with its customers, the care given to after-sales service and the transparency of transactions, the team supports collectors in their passion. The department stands out with high quality sales and constantly increasing results. It organizes four major sales per year, including two in Paris at the Espace Champerret (one month after Retromobile and in June), one in Lyon on the fringes of the Epoqu’Auto Show and exclusive sales in collaboration with Aventure Peugeot Citroën DS. Specialists select cars ranging from pre-war models to the most prestigious racing cars, including the great GTs of the 1950s and 1970s to the Youngtimers of the 1990s. In 2019, the department sold an F1 March 711-2 worth 1,971,654,000 euros, setting a new world record.


We are at your disposal to assist you in your buying and selling projects. Our expertise is completely free. We will establish with you the best conditions to enhance the value of your cars and objects. We travel throughout France and Europe and regularly organize appraisal days in our representative Offices in Brussels, Lyon and Aix-en-Provence. Please remember that we can also help you to find the right goods for you.

The first step to entrust us with your classic car is to contact us by phone or by email or by filling out an online expertise request.


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