Treasure Hunt by collectorscarworld no. 1
- January 30, 2019
- Posted by Marc Enger
ccw presents a new format, in which you can accompany us on the hunt for rare classic cars and unique collections. We will create footage and photos from selected and secret garages from all over Europe, to catch a glimpse behind the scenes. This will open up new, refreshing perspectives to our readers. To get collectors and their rare classics in front of the camera, we use our global and widespread network in the classic-car-scene. We would also like to visit you and see which masterpieces of gold hide in your garage.
In episode no. 1, we visited a garage in Western Germany in the region around Düsseldorf. The drone was maneuvered with a lot of tactile skill and trust above the outstanding collection of cars. Shot from various angels were taken of a 1960 Ferrari California Spider, which is limited to 49 pieces and which is one of the first five equipped with 16-inch rims. It has two previous owners.
The drone also scanned a 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB4 from above, which is manufactured out of aluminum and has hereditary ownership. Only 12 pieces were made out of aluminum. And last but not least, a 1962 Mercedes 300SL with disk brakes and an extraordinary color, in which only 6 other pieces are painted is introduced.
Report by Fabian Ebert/ Video by Marc Enger for collectorscarworld.com