The Vanden Plas Princess 1966 owned by Charles Aznavour was found parked in the Castle of Bourdonné, in the Yvelines, the property of the sister of the singer. The famous artist Franco-Armenian who has sold over 180 million albums and recorded more than 1,200 songs, bought this car new in 1966. The small English figure among a good sampling of cars from before the war, and GT of the sixties dispersed by Bonhams auction house at its sale paris the Grand Palace, the 7th February next.
Some of the details will not be negligible for fans of the singer. The vehicle is still flown by its registration of the original and is sold with its first grey card in the name of “Charles Aznavourian”, birth name of the artist. The seller has, in addition, never driving. Therefore, it is very likely that Charles Aznavour himself, who was the last to take the wheel.
The Vanden Plas Princess is offered in a state “out of the barn”, and will be sold in its own juice. It would have to be completely revised if a future purchaser wishes to take the road. However, it is good to know that the engine starts and runs without concern. One last good news is that this car, although it had belonged to Mr. Aznavour is offered without reserve price.
This Vanden Plas Princess 1966 will be sold under the hammer of Bonhams auction house on February 7, 2019 at the Grand Palais in Paris, during the auction ” The Major Brands in the World at the Grand Palais “.
The Vanden Plas Princess is offered in a state “out of the barn”, and will be sold in its own juice. Bonhams