There may be no better way to exhibit your favorite color than to have it splashed on the outside of your car. For one man, he had Aston Martin’s 2010 road-going production range special-ordered in the same bespoke tangerine orange coat. Now, all eight of these vehicles will be offered at the upcoming Zoute Sale auction next month via Bonhams.
Two DBS models — the Coupe and the open-topped Volante — lead the pack, estimated to earn up to $130,000 each. At the time of listing, these cars have clocked just 113 and 114 miles, respectively. In descending order of estimated price (anywhere from $42,000 to $96,000), the other models offered are the DB9 Volante, DB9 Coupe, V12 Vantage Coupe, V8 Vantage Volante, V8 Vantage Coupe, and Aston Martin Rapide Sports-Saloon. While the highest mileage of any of the eight rides is still only a measly 250, the lowest mileage comes from the DB9 Volante, with just 70 miles on the odometer at the time of its listing. All of the Aston Martins feature the tangerine orange on the outside and interior, were built to Swiss specifications, and have had a single owner since they came off the production line.
Each of the eight vehicles will be crossing the auction block in a different lot, with Bonhams stating that they’re more than prepared for the unexpected to occur come auction day on October 8, whether there will be collectors striving to purchase the entire set or aiming for one particular model. The auction house recalls the similarities between the Orange Collection to the Hunter Green Collection of Aston Martins that sold a decade and a half ago, featuring late-’80s V8 models in the same color.
To have your chance of owning one of these remarkable Aston Martins, head over to Bonhams to register to bid. Offered with no reserve, the Orange Collection cars will cross the auction block on October 8.