Diana Dors sports car could fetch up to £4m at auction

London: A sports car once owned by the late British actress Diana Dors is set to go under the hammer.

It is expected to fetch up to 4 million pounds.

The 1949 Delahaye Roadster, which some have dubbed as the most beautiful car in the world, is set for a Californian auction, reports the BBC.

It was given to Dors at the age of 17.

RM auctioneers said the car was curvaceous, sexy and flamboyant, just like its former owner.

In its catalogue listing, RM Auctions has said the Roadster - which has a top speed of 70mph - can "easily claim to being the most extravagant and beautiful coachbulit car in existence".

Dors, who was seen as the British Marilyn Monroe, died in 1984 aged 52.


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