- With 50 absolute top notch cars such as a Ferrari Daytona Spider from 1972, a Ferrari 275GTB from 1965, a Maserati Ghibli Spyder from 1969, a unique collection of Citroën SM and a Rolls-Royce Wraith chassis WRB9 from 1939 once owned by Alliston Trevor, writer of the movie "The Flight of the Phoenix"- Exceptionally well documented with original pieces- An exclusive look behind the scenes of the collection of passionate classic car aficionado and author Thierry DehaeckThierry Dehaeck is a widely respected classic car collector with a top collection. He owns unique cars from different brands such as a Citroën SM Espace that was displayed at the Paris "Salon de l'Auto" in 1971, a Mercedes 300SL Gullwing from 1955, or a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III DHC once owned by Nicolas Cage.Dehaeck also has a nice collection of L'Autopède carousel carts. Thierry Dehaeck is an author and manager of real estate company Dedelco and an avid car collector for many years. He is also the head of Cady Cars, which maintains, restores and sells classic cars. I never buy a car without a story. - Thierry Dehaeck
About the Author David Hawtin is a former journalist and works as a consultant and writer for Bonhams, the largest auction house to hold auction sales of classic motor cars, motorcycles and related memorabilia.