An original-liveried 1989 Porsche 962C Group C Sports Prototype, a true piece of Porsche racing history, will be offered at Bonhams‘ Les Grandes Marques du Monde sale at the Grand Palais in Paris on February 6.
Expected to bring in about $1.3 million, it’s one of just eight racing prototypes built and was campaigned by Brun Motorsport throughout the 1989 season, competing in five rounds of the World Sports Prototype Championship.
More recently, it’s taken part in the RMU Classic, Dix Mille Tours, Can-Am Interserie Challenge and Masters Historic Racing series.
The best part?
The 962 was sponsored by Jägermeister for three key races and bears the German liqueur’s distinctive orange livery.
Should you successfully bid for the car, there is no obligation to actually drink the stuff…
- Posted February 04, 2014
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