A 1962 Citroën ID19 Le Dandy Coupe has just been listed to be auctioned at the Gooding & Company Pebble Beach Auction. We don’t have details yet on the Le
Le Dandy, effectively a hard-top version of the Henri Chapron built convertible called Le Caddy, was available with an optional hardtop like this one has. Like Le Caddy, Le Dandy with its low roofline was only a two-seater. Over its eight-year run, a total of just fifty were made.
The Tatra 77 may be very familiar to many Citroën enthusiasts. It is owned by John Long who owned Escargot Motors in Toronto with his brother Greg and sold 2CVs. John subsequently moved to California and is now building Bowlus Road Chief camping trailers that cater to a well-heeled Pebble Beach crowd. John found the Tatra in the Soviet Union in very sad shape and had is painstakingly restored in Czechoslovakia by Tatra specialists. John showed it at Meadowbrook in 2006.
Auction dates for these cars are August 16 & 17, 2019
We’ll tell you more as we get further details. Or you can go the full Pebble Beach Auction listing for Gooding & Company here: https://www.goodingco.com/category/pebble-beach-2019/
Update – August 18, 2019:
The 1962 Citroën ID19 Le Dandy Coupe sold for $368,000 US (Chassis #: 3242901, Engine #: 98060134 ) while the 1938 Tatra T77A Limousine sold for $412,000 US (Chassis #: 35719, Engine #: 201.658).