Gallery Aaldering With 36 Cars At Techno Classica

Gallery Aaldering will be present at this year’s Techno Classica in Essen from April 3 to 7! With 36 of their finest automobiles, they are ready to join enthusiasts and collectors alike, at one of Europe’s most prestigious automotive events.


The dedicated team has been hard at work, organizing a showcase for you to explore. Spanning 800 m² space, the exhibit promises to be a great place for automotive aficionados, showcasing the timeless elegance, high quality, and unparalleled craftsmanship of the collection.

From iconic classics to rare gems, each car has been carefully selected to embody the essence of what Gallery Aaldering stands for. Whether you are captivated by the pure lines of a vintage (sports) car, or you enjoy the luxurious experience of a specific (classic) car, you will find it at the stand in Essen.

Join the Techno Classica Essen, as Gallery Aaldering unveil these wonderful automobiles. Gallery Aaldering can’t wait to welcome you to the exhibit and share the stories behind each extraordinary vehicle. Find a selection of cars that Gallery Aaldering brings to Essen.

Stay tuned and keep an eye to the social media for more updates and exclusive sneak peeks, leading up to the Techno Classica. Gallery Aaldering looks forward to see you there!

A sneak preview of the 36 cars at Techno Classica Essen

Iso Grifo GL Series II

1972 – Top quality restoration; matching numbers; documented in Iso Rivolta: The Men the Machines, by Winston Goodfellow; Only 23 made with the Cleveland engine; restoration report included.  


Spyker C8 4.2 Laviolette LM85

2009 – Fully original; matching numbers; the first LM85, 14 examples made; only 7,651 kilometres from new.


Monteverdi High Speed 375 L

1970 – Top quality restoration; a thrilling high speed Swiss Italian American ‘hybrid’; expertly maintained after restoration; extensive restoration files available.


Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster

1957 – Recently fully researched with structural analysis of vehicle components, using radiographic testing/magneto-optical examination and material analysis; full concours restoration; not on the market for the last two decades; a correct and breathtaking early-production 300 SL.


Lancia Aurelia B24S Convertible

1958 – One of just 150 5th series convertibles built; matching numbers; fully restored condition; Lancia certificate of origin included.


Ferrari F40

1992 – Only 10,600 kilometres from new; European delivery; Marcel Massini report; original books and leather pouch included; no expenses spared; recent major service by F40 specialist.

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Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 Pescara

1934 – Documented with an original Alfa Romeo certificate; long term ownership; rare 2500 SS Mille Miglia engine; original Alfa Romeo chassis and mechanics; a very extensive restoration/rebuild with only original and period Alfa Romeo parts.

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Bugatti Veyron

2007 – 17,333 kilometres from new; very sought after colour combination; two owner car; very well documented since new; original books and documents included.

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Maserati Ghibli 4.7

1970 – Only 14,022 miles; stunningly original condition; exceptional Maserati; one of the best examples available.


Aston Martin DB6 LHD

1967 – Factory left-hand drive DB6; matching numbers; build sheet included; very original.


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