Eddisons has been asked to sell a collection of exclusive personalised car registration plates by online auction, including a plate linked to the £1m LaFerrari sports car.
The valuable plates, which we are selling on behalf of the joint fixed charge receivers, include the registration LF1 which has a £225,000 guide price. This plate is linked to the 200mph LaFerrari, which has become the supercar of choice for wealthy celebrities worldwide.
Malcolm Good, director of machinery and business assets at Eddisons, said: “We sell a really wide range of assets by auction but these cherished plates are some of the more unusual items we’ve dealt with.
“Some of these plates are linked to a particular exclusive vehicle, such as LF1, which would be perfect for an owner of the limited edition LaFerrari, only 499 of which were ever made. I believe
Gordon Ramsay owns one so perhaps he’d like to put in a bid.”
Other exclusive plates included in Eddisons’ sale are THE 918S, which is linked to the Porsche 918 Spyder, as well as 22 MK, C111 Ron and THE 4888S.
Mr Good added: “These plates would be ideal for someone who owns the relevant top-of-the-range vehicle but they would be also be a great find for someone with the right initials and, as is always the way with auctions and private treaty sales, all sensible offers will be considered.”
The registration plates will be sold by online auction (with the exception of LF 1) – the bidding is now live and closes from 4pm Tuesday 18th July. To register a bid or for further information on the items please click here.
Malcolm joined Eddisons in 2012 as a Director in the Nottingham office as part of the acquisition of a small specialist machinery and business assets valuation company. With 36 years’ valuation experience specialising in all aspects of the insolvency sector, Malcolm is also one of the founder members of The National Association of Valuers & Auctioneers, becoming a fellow in October 1987 holding the title FNAVA.
Malcolm has been a keen supporter of Nottingham Forest and season ticket holder for the last 40-odd years and most of his spare time is devoted as a doting grandfather.