Evaluation: Older restoration | Represented as one of 10 known to exist. Blistering paint with chips and cracks on the tail. Blistering and chips on the door edges as well. Good, lightly worn interior. A presentable but old restoration.
Bottom Line: The few people who have even heard of Veritas mostly know it for the expensive and odd-looking but potent BMW-powered sports cars in Germany’s postwar racing scene. The more humble Panhard-based Dyna-Veritas was intended to be a volume production model (to fund the company’s racing habit), but it flopped. Today, RM Sotheby’s claims as few as 10 Dyna-Veritases are left. This one is less than perfect, but it still made its way into the wallets of a few bidders in Paris to land well over its €60,000 high estimate.