Jerry Seinfeld is known for his passion for Porsche cars. But the comedian has a vast interest in all kinds of automobiles, including a rare Lotus he used to own that’s now about to be auctioned.

The 2009 Lotus Exige S260 sports coupe will be among 16 former celebrity owned cars in addition to 175 other vehicles set for the auction of May 27 in the Dan Kruse Classics Midland-Odessa Car Auction in Midland, Texas.

Jerry Seinfeld is going to auction his rare Lotus at a Texas auction.
This rar Lotus, formerly owned by Jerry Seinfeld, will be auctioned in Midlands, Texas, on May 27

The fastest to, from and around the track model, the 2009 Lotus Exige S260 Sports Coupe was among the vast collection that the car enthusiast owns is in special order Kawasaki green.

Highlights of the super sports car include a 1.8 Liter Inline 4-Cylinder Engine with 257 horsepower, Syncromesh Manual 6-speed transmission, accusump system, supercharger, intercooler, lightweight motorsport battery, carbon fiber front split bumper, rear spoiler, engine cover, side air intake ducts, sill covers, top of dash and 12-spoke forged alloy wheels.

Dan Kruse Classics has been a classic car auction house since 1972. The company regards all consignors, bidders, fans and team members as family and takes pride in working with the best in the business. The company was founded by Daniel Kruse, a licensed auctioneer and classic car expert and is run by members of the Kruse family.

For a list of all vehicles to be sold with photos go to www.dankruseclassics.com

To register to watch the live auction, visit: DAN KR– — USE CLASSIC LIVE

To bid online, visit: DAN KR– — USE BIDDING

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. Seinfeld was a previous owner. Not the current seller. Also, this auction is in Midland, Texas. Not in San Antonio. San Antonio is the home base of the Kruse Family and Business. I just wanted to clear that up. Thanks for the write up.

  2. The other 17 celebrity cars are notable as well. They are currently owned by Jeff Allen of “The Car Chasers” & now “Skidmarks” fame. I believe they are all selling at no reserve.

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