Motoring history on show at expo
US car dealer Bund on the Boulevard LLC is bringing five vintage cars to this year's China International Import Expo.
Charles Bronson, its CEO, said the company hopes visitors will learn to appreciate the investment value of vintage cars and that it can attract buyers and promote the development of China's vintage car market.
Vintage cars have great value to collectors. There are several important factors for a vintage car, including brand, design, production volume and craftsmanship.
The vehicles on display during the expo in November will be a 1916 Stutz Bearcat, 1934 Hispano Suiza J12, 1947 Delahaye 135M Figoni & Falaschi Narval Roadster, 1938 Alfa Romeo and a 1957 Maserati 450S.
The 1916 Stutz Bearcat was the ultimate sports car of its time while the 1947 Delahaye 135M Figoni & Falaschi Narval Roadster is the most valuable exhibit of the five.
Bund on the Boulevard LLC is a subsidiary of Boulevard Motorcar Co, which specializes in the sale and acquisition of automobiles and collections. Shanghai New Union Textra Import & Export Co Ltd helped the company's participation in the expo.