H&H Classics - An Auction of Classic and Collector Motorcars

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An Auction of Classic & Collector Motorcars 7th July 2021 | Buxton Pavilion Gardens


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ON THE COVER:

1976 Ferrari 308 GTB ‘Vetroresina’ ESTIMATE:

£90,000-110,000*

REG NO: CHASSIS:

OPC 97R 19907

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More details on pages 78-79

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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Notes for intending purchasers Prospective purchasers are respectfully advised to read the Terms and Conditions of Sale carefully before bidding on any lot, as they form the terms of your contract with us, whether or not you are a successful bidder. ADMISSION

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Purchasers are reminded that a Buyers’ Premium is payable on all lots and is subject to VAT at the prevailing rate. The rates are as follows: Motor Cars 12.5% (minimum of £150) Registrations 15% (minimum of £50) Motorcycles 15% (minimum of £50) Bicycles 15% (minimum of £10) Automobilia 15% (minimum of £5)

BIDDER REGISTRATION All intending buyers are required to complete a Bidder’s Registration Form. This will enable you to bid at the sale by means of a number allocated to you. All prospective bidders must complete the form online giving full identification and bank card details to verify their identity. Lots sold will be invoiced to the registered bidder. REFERENCES We reserve the right to request banker’s references from prospective purchasers and these should be supplied in time to allow them to be taken up prior to the sale. Failure to comply with this could result in the facility to bid being withdrawn.

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BIDDING INCREMENTS In the case of Commission, Telephone and Online Internet bidding, the following increments will apply.

WARRANTY

Under £1,000 At the Auctioneers discretion £1,000 - £2,000 £100 £2,000 - £5,000 £200/300 £5,000 - £10,000 £500 £10,000 - £20,000 £1,000 £20,000 - £50,000 £2,000/3,000 £50,000 - £100,000 £5,000 Over £100,000 At the Auctioneers discretion

H&H is acting as the agent of the Seller in offering his lot for sale by auction. We cannot and do not inspect each lot in detail to verify the Seller’s description - often we only see it shortly before the Sale. Therefore, we cannot and do not take responsibility for the condition of the lot or the accuracy of its description. This is the reason for our very specific terms as to roadworthiness (Condition 19.1) and absence of warranties (Condition 12.1), which intending purchasers should read carefully.

INSURANCE

COMMISSION / TELEPHONE BIDS

Hagerty Classic Car Insurance be pleased to advise buyers in this area. Please be reminded that the insurance is the buyer’s responsibility from the fall of the hammer.

We will make reasonable efforts to execute commission and telephone bids when instructed provided they are received by 5pm the day before the Sale. Lot(s) will be bought as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and reserves. Where more


than one commission bid is submitted at the same winning amount, the commission bid submitted to the Auctioneer first will be the winning bid. We reserve the right to request a refundable deposit of approximately 10% of the intended bid amount. PAYMENT For immediate clearance of Lot(s) full payment must be made to H&H Classics Limited by means of Visa Debit or Credit Card, Maestro, MasterCard, Cash up to the GBP equivalent of €10,000 or Interbank Transfer by 12.00 noon the day following the sale. In any event purchasers are reminded that clearance of Lot(s) may only be effected once we have received cleared funds in our account. For Purchaser’s wishing to pay by bank transfer our bank account details are as follows: Nat West, 23 Sankey Street, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 1XH Account Name: Account No: Sort Code: BIC: IBAN:

H&H Classics Client Account 58868984 01-09-17 NWBKGB2L GB20NWBK01091758868984

EXPORT LICENCE / DATES Export licences may be required for any lot manufactured or produced 50 years or more prior to the date of export from the U.K. It is the responsibility of the buyer to obtain the licence and correct documentation prior to the exportation of the lot.

RACING CARS & DOCUMENTATION Buyers are reminded that the presence of an old HVIF (FIA papers) or other documentation does not constitute a ‘promise’ on behalf of the MSA or other issuing authority that they will be re-issued on demand. A car’s application for a Historic Technical Passport will be subject to the prevailing regulation in Appendix K and can be reviewed, much the same way Veteran Cars can be re-dated, as new information comes to light. The Issuing Authority can refuse to issue new papers. Any prospective purchaser should check the position of the Lot prior to bidding. VETERAN CAR CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN DATING PLATES AND CERTIFICATES When mention is made of the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain Dating Plates and Certificates in this catalogue it should be borne in mind that the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain does from time to time review cars already dated and, in some instances, where fresh evidence becomes available, alter the date. Whilst the Club makes every effort to ensure accuracy, the date shown on the Dating Plate or Dating Certificate cannot be guaranteed as correct and intending purchasers should make their own enquiries as to the date of the car. REMOVAL OF LOTS A representative of our preferred transport provider E.M. Rogers will be present at the sale to assist with any transport requirements. All lots are held at the purchaser’s risk at the fall of the

hammer and must be removed not later than 1pm on the day following the sale. Please note, if lot(s) are not removed by then the standard charges as stated in our Terms and Conditions will apply. VEHICLE IDENTITY & COMPETITION HISTORY Any motor vehicle is sold as a collector’s item and not as a means of transport. Buyers are specifically warned that any vehicle sold as such may well have had parts replaced and paint renewed or be made up of parts from other vehicles the condition of which may be difficult to establish. The Auctioneer has to rely on information as to the date, condition and authenticity provided by the Seller and does not provide its own description, and does not and cannot undertake its own inspection of vehicles or other Lot and it is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that the Lot conforms to the description in the catalogue. The Auctioneer cannot check or verify the authenticity of the chassis or VIN number under which a vehicle is offered, but relies on the Seller’s description. Buyers should take particular care to verify in advance the authenticity of a vehicle that is claimed to have important racing, rallying or ‘ex-works’ history as it was common in period for a competition vehicle of a single identity to have more than one chassis, body or other mechanical components. This may have happened several times, both in a vehicle’s ‘works’ career and thereafter in private owner hands. Sometimes ‘works’ vehicles were fitted with different registration plates, so that a vehicle could meet a particular event’s start date deadline. These historical factors may lead to there being in existence multiple and competing claimants to the same vehicle identity.

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Auction Information AUCTION VENUE

The Pavilion Gardens, Buxton St John’s Road, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6BE

SCHEDULE

Tuesday 6th July 2021 Viewing: 12:00pm to 6:00pm

Wednesday 7th July Viewing: 9:00am onwards Motorcar Sale Starts: 1:00pm BIDDING

Bidding will be available live at the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton, online at www.HandH.co.uk, by telephone and via commission.

BUYERS PREMIUM

Motorcars: 12.5% (+VAT @ 20%)

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1965 MG Midget 1100

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Current Ownership Since 1973 ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: UN-REG CHASSIS: GAN2-20876 This Midget was manufactured in 1965, fitted with the 1098cc A-series straight-four engine and with a four-speed manual transmission and supplied new to a Mr. William Leslie Stephens from Horley, Surrey being first registered on the 21st of January 1965. The MG Midget is finished in its original British Racing Green with Black interior upholstery. Having only six owners from new (the first two from the same family), the Midget entered current ownership in April 1973 before being taken off the road and put into storage in 1976. Staying in long-term storage from 1976 until 2011, whereupon the car was mechanically overhauled before entering back into storage. Recommissioned to running and driving condition again between 2013 and 2017, the MG was returned storage immediately after and will now require light recommissioning again. The MG is understood to have covered 65,163 miles from new until receiving a speedometer change in 2017. The replacement speedometer read 32,472 miles upon fitting, with no mileage since fitment. The Midget will need re-registering due to no longer showing on HPI and the length of time off the road without being SORN. However it is offered with the original RF60 logbook.

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*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)


1934 Wolseley 9 Saloon

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ESTIMATE: £5,000 - 7,000* REG NO: CV 9845 CHASSIS: 2684112 Intended to complement the six-cylinder Hornet, the four-cylinder Nine joined the Wolseley range for 1934. Based around a sturdy ladder-frame chassis equipped with all-round semi-elliptic leaf-sprung suspension and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes, the newcomer was powered by a SOHC 1018cc engine allied to four-speed manual transmission. Surprisingly roomy despite its 7ft 9in wheelbase and 3ft 9in track, the `baby’ Wolseley was reputedly capable of 59mph. While, the vast majority of Nines were supplied as four-door saloons, just 7,201 are thought to have been made (though, the spilt between open and closed cars is unknown). Finished in Burgundy with Black wings this charming Nine is believed to be 1 of just 107 examples known to survive and was subject to a speedometer overhauled in 2015 followed by an engine overhaul in 2017. Offered with original spare parts list and instruction manual, collection of invoices and silent features manual the vendor currently considers the engine, transmission, bodywork, paintwork and interior trim all to be in `Good’ order. Amazing value for enjoyable vintage motoring.

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1957 MG Magnette ZB

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Highly credible 51,000 recorded miles ESTIMATE: £11,000 - 13,000* REG NO: MJG 365 CHASSIS: KAT13/20089 Launched at the October 1953 London Motor Show, the Magnette ZA sports saloon was styled by Gerald Palmer. Equipped with independent front suspension, rack-and-pinion steering and hydraulic drum brakes, the newcomer was powered by a 1.5-litre B-Series engine allied to four-speed manual transmission. Arriving in October 1956, the updated ZB version had been tuned to develop 68bhp @ 5,500rpm. The fastest ‘home market’ 1.5 litre saloon available, the more powerful Magnette accounted for 18,524 sales and won its class in the 1958 BRSCC Saloon Car Championship. Believed but not warranted to have covered just 51,000 miles from new on account of its delightfully well-preserved interior and notably smooth-running original engine, ‘MJG 365’ is said to be ‘a superb car that drives exceptionally well’. The vendor further considers it to be ‘a very straight original car which shows no signs of past welding or corrosion’. Resprayed in its initial Island Green livery at some stage, the MG carries stickers for maintenance at 41,862 and 43,391 miles to the inner face of its offside A-post. Worthy of close inspection and coming to market with a fresh MOT certificate, this wonderful Magnette is rated by the seller as being in ‘very good’ (bodywork, paintwork, interior trim) or ‘excellent’ (engine, gearbox, electrical equipment) condition.

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*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)


1998 Rover Mini 1.3i Cooper

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ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: R336 WOM CHASSIS: SAXXNNAZEWD155137 This 1998 example is finished in Nightfire Red metallic with beige / black interior and has covered just 48,750 miles. In the previous ownership for some twelve years, when owned by a mother and then her son, it was acquired by the vendor in 2018 with some 46,000 miles recorded. During the current ownership, maintenance and repair has included replacement of the tyres, dash, exhaust, and catalytic converter. Retaining the original radio cassette, R336 WOM is offered with Swansea V5, current MoT to 28 April 2022, its original book pack, two keys and a fitted cover. Offered at no reserve it is described as being in “excellent” condition as regards it bodywork, paintwork, interior, engine, and transmission. The Mini’s association with the Cooper Car Company of F1 fame was formed in 1961, and for the following decade or so all performance versions of the little car bore the Cooper badge until the relationship was shelved in the early 1970s. However, the Cooper name was to reappear under Rover’s control almost twenty years later. With the demise of the ‘old’ Mini model survivors have become increasingly sought after and the best low mileage cars especially so.

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1935 Hudson Terraplane De Luxe Saloon

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ESTIMATE: £6,000 - 8,000* REG NO: DPD 361 CHASSIS: 52-3049 Built to right-hand specification and first registered in Surrey on November 22nd 1935 (or so its ‘DPD 461’ number plate would imply), chassis 523049 had migrated to Buckinghamshire by the early 1950s. Pressed into service as a Hackney Carriage by Derrick McCarthy of Langley Motors, a role its commodious six-light saloon body was well suited to, the Hudson was sold to John Carter of Berkshire in 1967 who had its taxation class altered to ‘Private’ and colour changed to ‘Red/Black’. Known to have belonged to Timothy Kermode of Maidenhead and Philip Kendall of Manchester thereafter, the five-seater has been in the current family ownership since 1991. Driven some thirty miles to our offices in June 2021 and starting readily for our photography session, ‘DPD 461’ appears to be basically sound. The paintwork is microblistered and the front seat needs locating properly but the car has a certain ‘oily rag’ charm to it. One half of the bonnet has been replaced as has the carburettor. Taken by the vendor and his late father to numerous shows over the past thirty years, the Hudson has been kept in running order throughout and has not long benefited from a minor brake overhaul.

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*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)


1965 MG B Roadster

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Desirable ‘Pull-Handle’ Example ESTIMATE: £8,000 - 10,000* REG NO: PTU 139C CHASSIS: GHN3L40685 The first incarnation of the MGB built from 1962 to April 1965 featured distinctive pull-type door handles and a 95bhp/1798cc engine with three-main-bearing crankshaft and while overdrive was an optional extra, the model’s top speed was more than 100mph. This ‘pull-handle’ roadster was manufactured in 1965 as a left-hand drive export model. Fitted with the 1798cc straightfour B-series engine with manual transmission, the MG B is finished in red with grey leather with red piping interior upholstery. From the history file, the MG has spent time in both the Queensland area of Australia and a period across the 1980’s and 1990’s in Oklahoma, United States before being repatriated and UK registered in 1997. Converted to right-hand drive from the original left at some stage in its life, the MGB has been in current ownership since 2009 with two former keepers since repatriation in 1997. Accompanied by a history file that comprises a large quantity of paperwork relating to the repatriation; several past MOT certificates; a large collection of invoices; a few past tax discs and a current V5C.

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1992 Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet

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c.38,000 Miles & One Private Owner From New ESTIMATE: £18,000 - 22,000* REG NO: T.B.A CHASSIS: WP0ZZZ94ZMN430834 Manufactured in 1992, this 944 Cabriolet was registered new in the UK on the 13th of February 1992 being supplied new by JCT600 Limited of Hull. Fitted with the 2990cc straightfour engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission. The 944 is finished in Blue metallic paintwork with Blue leather interior upholstery and a Blue hood. This example has only covered 37,845 miles from new (at time of consignment) and has had only one owner from new, with the one previous registered keeper being a business associated with the vendor. Specified from new with optional extras of headlamp washers; headlight aim control and leather seats, the S2 Cabriolet is accompanied by the original book pack; a large number of past MOT certificates and several old invoices. The book pack contains the stamped service book containing eight service stamps (all but one from JCT600, with the other being from Porsche Centre Leeds) and three brake fluid change stamps, also provided by JCT600. Last serviced at 34,778 miles, the Porsche is further supplied with a current V5C and an MOT until October 2021.

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1986 BMW 525i

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Company registered and then one private keeper from new ESTIMATE: £7,000 - 9,000* REG NO: D439 XRB CHASSIS: WBADA320807933307 Built on 23rd October 1986, chassis 7933307 was finished in Alpine White with Pacific Blue cloth upholstery. Fitted with a 2.5 litre (M30) straight-six engine allied to five-speed manual transmission, its impressive specification included a limited slip differential, electric sunroof, light alloy wheels, electric windows and front sports seats. First registered to Rosgill Holdings Ltd of Burton-on-Trent on 11th November 1986, the BMW is thought to have served its only private keeper – Bryan Downer – as a company car before being transferred into his name on 20th August 1991. Taken off the road two years later, the 525i was then dry stored for almost three decades. Recently recommissioned via the installation of a new fuel tank, replacement exhaust, fresh battery and general servicing, ‘D439 XRB’ passed its first MOT since the early 1990s with ‘no advisories’ on 26th February 2021. The sports saloon appears to retain the vast majority of its factory applied paintwork. The interior is a true timewarp. The How Many Left website indicates that less than a dozen E28 525i manual cars are currently known to the DVLA. Said to be ‘great fun to drive’, ‘D439 XRB’ is worthy of close inspection. A rare, practical and fun classic.

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1979 MG B Roadster

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46,000 miles ESTIMATE: £6,000 - 7,000* REG NO: CHASSIS:

DPL 516V GHN5 482377G

Introduced in 1962, the MGB Roadster enjoyed an eighteenyear production run. With nicely balanced handling and a good turn of speed, it merited the old MG marketing slogan ‘Safety Fast’. Based around a monocoque chassis featuring independent coil-sprung front suspension and a leaf-sprung ‘live’ rear axle, its 1798cc ‘B’ series four-cylinder engine was allied to four-speed manual transmission. Capable of over 100mph (especially if specified with overdrive), the provision of disc/drum brakes and rack and pinion steering greatly aided control. Today, it enjoys a very strong following and with its GT sister has spawned a dedicated support industry. Finished in Blue with Black upholstery, ‘DPL 516V’ is described by the vendor as being in ‘good’ (bodywork, paintwork, interior trim) or ‘very good’ (engine, four-speed manual plus overdrive gearbox, electrical equipment) condition. An older restoration, the 46,000 miles shown to its odometer is reportedly supported by ‘a file full of old MOTs and invoices’. Understood to have covered less than 4,000 miles since 2006, the Roadster is said to be ‘a very good driver’. Riding on correct-type Rostyle wheels and sporting a rollover bar for added safety, this tempting MG is offered for sale with V5C Registration Document, history file, fresh MOT certificate and spare keys.

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1992 Carbodies Fairway Taxi

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ESTIMATE: £7,000 - 9,000* REG NO: K133 EYV CHASSIS: SCRF3B3MXNC078029 The London Taxi Company was a taxi design and manufacturing company based in Coventry, England. It formerly traded as London Taxis International and Carbodies. Over 130,000 London black cabs have been produced at the London Taxi Company’s Coventry site over the past 60 years. Annual production averaged between 2,000 and 2,500 units per year. Around two-thirds of production goes into London via a dealership in Islington. This particular example of this iconic British stalwart of motoring, which is synonymous with London was arguably the best version of the iconic FX4 ever made. Fitted with a Nissan 2.7 litre diesel engine mated to an automatic gearbox ‘K133EYV’ has had just four former keepers and has been in current ownership since 2011. Offered with a collection of invoices, old MOT certificates and displays a credible but unwarranted 303,608 miles the vendor informs us the Taxi has been subject to general maintenance and two new rear doors under his ownership and currently considers the engine, transmission, interior to be in `Very Good’ order with the bodywork and paintwork all to be `Good’. Offered with an MOT certificate into August 2021. Great fun, practical and a real headturner.

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1935 Morris Oxford Sixteen Saloon

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ESTIMATE: £7,000 - 9,000* REG NO: APO 863 CHASSIS: 3508374 Bicycle manufacturer William Morris introduced his first car, the ‘Bullnose’ Oxford, in 1913 starting a tradition of Morris Oxfords that was to continue right up until 1971. Although smaller models- such as the ‘Minor’ and the ‘Ten’- were the mainstays of the range, Morris also maintained an interest in larger cars. A completely new car was announced for 1934 with a longer and stronger chassis and flexible mountings for the 2002cc engine whilst the gearbox gained synchromesh. Initially it kept the ‘Six’ name (reflecting the number of cylinders in the engine) but this changed to ‘Sixteen’ or ‘Twenty’ which came from the car’s tax horsepower category. Manufactured in 1935, this ‘Sixteen’ is fitted with the 2.0-litre straight-six engine mated to the four-speed manual gearbox. Attractively finished in Green and Black with Green leather interior upholstery, the Morris entered current ownership in 2011 as a restoration project. Restored across an eight-year timeframe by the vendor, the remedial works comprised a replacement ash frame from the A-pillars forward; new clutch; bodywork restoration and repaint; new brake and wheel cylinders; new radiator; interior refresh; new exhaust system and an engine service. Offered with the buff continuation logbook, handbook, a collection of MOTs and invoices and current V5C.

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1994 Mercedes-Benz SL 280

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ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: L888 MLB CHASSIS: WDB1290582F100546 Unveiled at the March 1989 Geneva Salon, Mercedes-Benz’s R129-series SL range was beautifully engineered. The choice of numerous contemporary F1 drivers and movie stars, it could be had with a choice of six, eight and twelve-cylinder engines. Powered by a 2799cc DOHC straight-six developing 190bhp/199lbft, the SL280 was reputedly capable of 0-60 mph in 9.5 seconds and 140 mph. Built in February 1994 for the UK market, chassis WDB1290582F100546 was specified with Imperial Red paintwork, Beige leather upholstery, five-speed automatic transmission, cruise control, Black fabric soft-top, airconditioning, rear seats and 8-hole alloy wheels. Acquired by its current (fourth) registered keeper in 1999, the Mercedes-Benz has since been treated to over £15,000 worth of maintenance and improvement work. No fewer than seventeen service stamps (the last one carried out circa 100 miles ago in September 2020) confirm that the SL280 has covered some 122,000 miles from new. Starting readily upon inspection and running well during our recent photography session, the past 6,000 miles have seen the 2+2-seater treated to a replacement steering box, uprated headlamp HID kit, new discs / pads all round and mid / rear stainless steel exhaust sections. A great summer cruiser, this tempting R129-series is offered for sale with book pack, history file and fresh MOT certificate.

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1935 Ford Model 48 Five Window Coupe

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ESTIMATE: £10,000 - 12,000* REG NO: UN-REG CHASSIS: 181797544 Introduced for 1935, the Model 48 featured a relocated 3622cc V8 sidevalve engine and transverse-leaf springs that sat outside its wheelbase. The result was `The Ford Centerpoise Ride - Smooth as a Swing’ and lower-slung bodywork the combination of price, practicality, and looks vaulted the company ahead of rival Chevrolet for the sales crown that year, with 820,000 units sold. A major advance was a true integrated boot on the saloons. A standard model and Deluxe option were available with extras being offered including an oil pressure gauge, two windscreen wipers instead of just one for the driver and a radio. Long sought after by the hot-rodding community the sale car is one such example. Imported into the UK in 2017 from Tennessee the Ford is offered with US Title and Nova import number. Fitted with a Chevrolet 327ci V8 engine, 4-barrel manifold plus 3-speed automatic transmission the vendor informs us the Ford will require a degree of recommissioning before returning to the road and currently grades the engine, transmission, interior, electrical equipment, bodywork and paintwork as ‘Average’. An unusual but rewarding project.

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1974 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster

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Matching Numbers, Home Market, Manual Car ESTIMATE: £40,000 - 50,000* REG NO: SAO 497N CHASSIS: 1S2577 According to HPi, this desirable, home market, Series III V12 Roadster has had just two former keepers and been in the current family ownership since February 4th 1983. Entered from a deceased estate, the two-seater has self-evidently been the subject of past restoration work. Equipped with the preferred four-speed manual gearbox, the Jaguar pleasingly retains its original 5.3 litre engine. Looked after for many years by a former Jaguar apprentice, Stephen Smith, the E-Type was MOT tested annually from 2006-2018 (covering a mere 3,000 miles in the process) and possesses a current MOT certificate valid until January 5th 2022. Treated to a new water pump and thermoswitch plus lubrication of all grease points in May 2019 and some minor recommissioning ahead of its most recent MOT pass earlier this year, the Roadster was repainted Primrose Yellow a few years ago and is thought to be free of any major structural corrosion. The careworn Black leather upholstery could well be original but the Black hood and matching hood cover look to have been renewed. The wooden boot floorboards are missing and the engine bay is scruffy. However, overall the car has an honest feel to it in keeping with its long-term ownership.

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1947 MG TC

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ESTIMATE: £12,000 - 14,000* REG NO: FSG 852 CHASSIS: TC3643 The TC was announced within five weeks of the end of WWII. The newcomer featured the familiar dual-cowl dashboard, fold-flat windscreen, cutaway doors, swept wings and rear mounted spare wheel of its predecessor. The major change was the welcome 4in increase in the width of the cockpit. Other refinements included: improved sidescreens, the replacement of the twin six volt batteries with a bulkheadmounted 12 volt one. Power came from MG’s proven 1250cc OHV XPAG unit, a slight rise in compression ratio lifting output to 54.4bhp and raising the top speed to almost 80mph. Though only available in RHD, it was exported worldwide, with exactly 10,000 examples produced before the model was replaced by the TD in 1950. Finished in the classic MG combination of Red matched to a Cream interior ‘FSG852’ has been in current family ownership since 2014 and is believed to have covered 127,000 miles. Subject to an engine overhaul in 2013 costing £2,606 and also receiving new axle shafts and splined hubs the MG is offered with Green logbook, collection of invoices, old MOT certificates back to 1988, weather equipment and V5c document. The vendor currently classes the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim and electrics as ‘Average’ with the engine and gearbox as ‘Good’. A great example to use and improve.

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1951 Bentley MKVI

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ESTIMATE: £24,000 - 26,000* REG NO: NTU 175 CHASSIS: B125LH First registered as ‘NTU 175’ to Rolls-Royce on 5th June 1951, this 4.25-litre MkVI was despatched to VickersArmstrong a week later, the two companies enjoying a close relationship borne out of WW2. Vickers retained the Bentley for three years. It then passed through the hands of three further keepers and has been registered to members of the same family since 1978. The MKVI is thus able to boast a known ownership chain from new. Accompanying paperwork includes the original Owners Handbook with handwritten notes relating to service works carried out in the 1960s, a total of 30 old MoTs dating back to 1965, various invoices, and the original buff logbook. The interior of the car is particularly impressive and still retains that distinctive and rather special ‘Bentley aura.’ Notably, the under dash toolkit is present and importantly, complete. The original under bonnet tools and jack etc are also all present, small details perhaps but all pointers to a long period of caring ownership. ‘NTU 175’ is described by the vendor as having ‘very good’ body, paintwork, interior and transmission with ‘good’ engine. He further informs us that the Bentley ‘has been recently serviced, is in good running order and pleasingly driving as a good MKVI should’.

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1966 NSU Spider

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Current ownership for fifty-four years ESTIMATE: £8,000 - 10,000* REG NO: CPX 782G CHASSIS: 5602132 First registered to NSU in Heilbronn, Germany in May 1966 this Spider was used by the company for approximately three months before being sold to its first owner. The engine was replaced under guarantee at 15,130 km and the car was purchased by the vendor in Dusseldorf during August 1967. Used in Germany until May 1969, the car was then imported to the UK. At 52,200 km the electronic ignition system was replaced by a coil and at 56,000 km the vendor undertook an engine overhaul with new apex and side seals being fitted. The vendor subsequently went on to fit improved ceramic seals designed by specialists RoTech of Frankfurt. This Spider is offered with boxes of spares including some chromework. Some areas of paintwork could benefit from attention. The interior includes lap straps and rubber mats, and the hardtop is present, as is the hood. The vendor has included detailed notes in the history file which explain some of the modifications made. This NSU is accompanied by a detailed history file which includes a V5C, notebook detailing mileage and work carried out in the late 1960s, a sales brochure, spare key, handbooks, photocopy repair manual, green logbook, purchase information and assorted invoices.

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1996 Jaguar XJS 4.0 Celebration Convertible

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ESTIMATE: £16,000 - 20,000* REG NO: N213 WUP CHASSIS: SAJJNAFD3EJ223970 Manufactured in 1996 the Celebration was supplied new by, and first registered to Frosts Jaguar, Portslade, Sussex. Fitted with the 3980cc ‘AJ16’ straight-six, coupled with the four-speed ZF automatic transmission, the Jaguar is presented in Sapphire Blue with the much favoured Oatmeal leather interior. With only four owners from new, three private following the first registering to Frosts Jaguar, the Celebration entered current ownership in 2020 and has covered 90,555 miles from new (at time of consignment), with only 2,000 miles in the last five years. Offered with a history file comprising a large selection of past MOTs and invoices, the Jaguar is accompanied by two keys and an indoor fitted car cover. Subject to much restoration work in 2020 and 2021 under current ownership costing c.£11,300, include wood veneer refurbishments, bodywork renovation and repainting, new back exhaust section and cat pipe repairs and new HiFi speakers. Benefitting from a transmission oil and filter service in July 2020 and an engine service in May 2021 including new spark plugs, alternator belt, and air-conditioning belt. The XJS also benefits from receiving new front brake calipers and steering bushes in June 2021. Further accompanied by the original book pack including service book displays eight service stamps, mostly from Drabble and Allen Jaguar.

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1981 Austin Morris Mini 95 Van

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ESTIMATE: £8,000 - 10,000* REG NO: DCA 489X CHASSIS: XLV10010770301 Introduced in January 1961, the Mini Panel Van was based around the same stretched platform as its Pick-Up sibling. Similarly exempt from sales tax as a commercial vehicle, it sported a pressed steel grille, sliding windows and external door hinges throughout its twenty-one year production life. Initially powered by an 848cc four-cylinder, it could be specified with the more powerful 998cc engine from 1967 onwards (both A-series units being mated to the same fourspeed manual transmission). Updated in late 1978 as the ‘Mini 95’ - its gross weight was 0.94 tons - the Panel Van was dropped from the range just four years later. Benefiting from a four-inch longer wheelbase, taller rear suspension turrets and under floor fuel tanks, the Pick-Up / Panel Van derivatives were arguably even more fun to drive than their saloon equivalents. Finished in Green with Black upholstery, ‘DCA 489X’ is described by the vendor as being in ‘poor’ (paintwork), ‘average’ (interior trim, bodywork) or ‘very good’ (engine, gearbox, electrical equipment) condition. Running and driving, this rare surviving Panel Van is summed-up as ‘a good, basically solid van’ and ‘a very worthwhile project’. The odometer shows an unwarranted 72,800 miles and the last MOT expired on 30th January 2019.

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1989 Jaguar XJ6 2.9

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One registered keeper and 49,800 miles from new ESTIMATE: £5,000 - 7,000* REG NO: G104 PDB CHASSIS: SAJJFALJ3AA586737 Launched on August 28th 1986 as a replacement for the ageing Series III cars, the all new XJ6 (or XJ40 to use its code name) was well received by the contemporary motoring press. Initially available with a choice of 2.9 litre SOHC (165bhp/176lbft) or 3.6 litre DOHC (221bhp/248lbft) AJ6 straight-six engines allied to either five-speed manual or fourspeed automatic ‘J-gate’ transmissions, the XJ40 allowed potential purchasers to prioritise performance over economy and vice-versa. Though, the smaller powerplant still boasted 0-60mph in 9.9 seconds, 120mph and 29.7mpg. Finished in the fetching combination of Satin Beige Metallic with Chiltern Tweed cloth upholstery, ‘G104 PDB’ was supplied new to its sole registered keeper by Mead Jaguar of Bolton on 18th August 1989. Serviced by Mead twelve times up to 37,273 miles, the XJ6 now shows just 49,783 warranted miles to its odometer. Notably well preserved, the saloon has been kept in dehumidified dry storage for over a decade. Starting readily upon inspection and running well during a recent photography session, we are informed that the Jaguar will possess a fresh MOT certificate by the time of sale. Pleasingly retaining its original book pack, tool kit and even a winter wiper blade (still packaged up), this appealing XJ40 would grace any Jaguar saloon collection.

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2004 Maserati 4200 GT

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ESTIMATE: £13,000 - 15,000* REG NO: MX53TGY CHASSIS: ZAMEC38C000015885 Unveiled at the 2002 Detroit Show, the 177mph Maserati Coupe (a.k.a. 4200 GT) was styled by Giorgetto Giugiaro of Italdesign. Developing 385bhp/332lbft, its 4244cc V8 engine was allied to a six-speed transmission that could be had in conventional manual or ‘Cambiocorsa’ guises (the latter incorporating electrohydraulic assistance and F1-style steering wheel paddles). Supplied new by Stratstone of Wilmslow this handsome righthand drive manual example is finished in Metallic silver, trimmed with a luxurious Red leather interior and Red carpets. Riding on 18 inch sevenspoke alloy wheels other cosmetic highlights include Rosso Red-coloured brake calipers and the comprehensive specification includes Maserati Stability Program (MSP) and electrically-controlled front seats. Displaying 74,950 miles ‘MX03 TGY’ is now offered complete with its original Maserati tool kit, book pack with handbook and service book with 15 entries plus a collection of invoices and old MOT certificates. Freshly serviced and shod with two new Pirelli P Zero tyres the vendor considers the Coupe’s Ferrari-based V8 engine, manual transmission, bodywork, paintwork and interior trim to be in `very good’ order and is offering the Maserati with an MOT certificate into March 2022, surely amazing value in today’s market.

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1936 Vauxhall DX 14/6 Saloon

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ESTIMATE: £12,000 - 14,000* REG NO: FW 7376 CHASSIS: 647020 Despite producing some of the finest designs of the Edwardian period, Vauxhall was far from secure financially in the early 1920s and was acquired by General Motors in 1925. From then onwards the firm concentrated on solid, well-engineered models aimed at the middle classes. The DY/DX was introduced in 1935 with a 1782cc six-cylinder engine and independent front suspension. Both the DY 12hp and DX 14hp Light Six had a revised chassis to fit the Independent Front Suspension. Common body styles were the 4-door saloon and an open tourer. Manufactured in 1936, this Mk.1 DX 14/6 is fitted with the 1.8-litre straight-six engine mated to the manual gearbox. Attractively finished in Black and White with Green leather interior upholstery, the Vauxhall has a recorded mileage of just 67,431 miles from new (at time of consignment). Understood to have been supplied new to a doctor before passing to an RAF pilot based at RAF Scampton, the Vauxhall is thought to be the only example specified from new with polished alloy centres with steel rims. Restored approximately 26 years ago which comprised an engine overhaul, bodywork restoration and repaint, brake overhaul and a complete rewire. Offered with a current V5C and a selection of photographs from the restoration. Entering current ownership in 2016, ‘FW 7376’ has two former keepers showing on HPI.

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1977 Fiat 124 Spider

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ESTIMATE: £10,000 - 12,000* REG NO: VUG162R CHASSIS: 1240510128054 Introduced at the November 1966 Turin Salon, the Fiat 124 Sport Spider boasted a handsome two-door monocoque bodyshell that was not only styled but built by Pininfarina (though, Fiat assumed responsibility for final assembly). Incorporating such thoughtful features as intermittent wipers and a hood that could be raised in under twenty seconds, the Sport Spider proved a great sales success. A staple part of Fiat’s model range until 1982 just under 200,000 are thought to have been made (though, over eighty percent were shipped to North America). The sale car is finished in the contrasting combination of Black bodywork and hood and Beige leather interior. It’s believed to have been imported into the UK in 1998 from Florida, since when it has been converted from left to righthand drive by Europart of Matlock. It was also treated to a new mohair hood in 2015 and a complete engine overhaul in 2017 plus re-cored radiator. Offered with a collection of invoices and old MOT certificates the vendor now classes the 1.8-litre DOHC engine, bodywork, interior trim and five-speed manual transmission all as ‘very good’. This handsome Fiat currently displays a credible but unwarranted 59,400 miles as has been in current ownership since 2013. Great fun for the remaining summer months.

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1995 Mercedes-Benz SL 320

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ESTIMATE: £5,000 - 7,000* REG NO: M546GAP CHASSIS: WDB1290632F121475 Faster, harder-edged and more driver-orientated than its R107 predecessor, the Mercedes-Benz R129-series SL was launched at the 1989 Geneva Motor Show. Brimful of cutting-edge technology, its impressively rigid two-door monocoque bodyshell featured an integral rollover bar that deployed in less than a third of a second (if the car ever sensed an impending flip) and a fully automatic convertible roof. Propelled by a variety of six- and eight-cylinder engines all allied to automatic transmission, it was the sportscar of choice for many contemporary F1 drivers. Finished in the attractive combination of Silver with Blue cloth check interior ‘M546GAP’ has covered 105,900 recorded miles and has been in current ownership since 2014. Subject to £6,177 worth of expenditure in 2014 which included a cylinder head overhaul, new radiator, wiring harness and new rear brake lines this well sorted SL is offered with a collection of invoices including the aforementioned work, both hard/ soft tops, old MOT certificates and a collection note from Germany as it is understood the first owner collected ‘M546GAP’ in person from the factory. Considered by the vendor to be `Good’ with regards to the engine, transmission, interior, bodywork and paintwork the SL includes an MOT certificate into March 2022.

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1969 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2+2

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1 of just 1,041 RHD examples made ESTIMATE: £38,000 - 45,000* REG NO: UFJ 532 CHASSIS: 1R35305 According to its accompanying Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate, chassis 1R35305 was built on 28th April 1969 and supplied new via Howells of Cardiff to P.G. Lane Esq. of Tredegar. Initially finished in Signal Red with Black leather upholstery, the same livery was chosen when the Jaguar was restored in the mid/ late 1990s. Stripped to bare metal, the bodyshell reportedly had the following parts either replaced or refurbished: bonnet, doors, rear hatch, windscreen, door handles/locks, chrome body fittings, carburettors, fuel pump, distributor, clutch, brakes, exhaust system/manifolds, starter motor, wiper motor, heater fan, alternator, radio, ignition system, horn, indicator arm, instruments, suspension bushes, shock absorbers, steering rack/mountings, wheel bearings, radiator and forward wiring harness. Resprayed in cellulose, undersealed and given a cavity treatment, the E-Type also benefited from a thoroughly retrimmed interior: seats, door cards, carpets, headlining, dash top, soft trim and Webasto sunroof. Understood to have covered a mere 3,000 or so miles since work was completed, ‘UFJ 532’ is rated by the vendor – its custodian of the last fourteen years – as being ‘very good’ (bodywork, paintwork, electrical equipment) or ‘excellent’ (original engine, four-speed manual gearbox, electrical equipment). Offered for sale with paperwork dating back to 1986, restoration invoices and MOT till May 2022.

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1924 Buick Tourer

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ESTIMATE: £18,000 - 20,000* REG NO: BF9349 CHASSIS: 1075732 Comprehensively restored in the United States before importation into the UK in 2020 this LHD Model 24-35 Tourer is understood to be in outstanding condition. Benefiting from an engine overhaul prior to importation - the relevant paperwork has unfortunately been lost in transit - but the standard of the restoration will be clear from a visual inspection and the sound of the engine running. One of the first manufacturers to successfully experiment with overhead valve gear, Buick was also the keystone on which William C Durant founded his General Motors Empire in 1908. Known for the quality and sophistication of its designs, the Flint-based concern produced some 115,176 cars in 1920. The following year’s adoption of new construction techniques that allowed the tourers to dispense with their hitherto cumbersome secondary bulkheads saw demand boosted still further. Fielding a range of four- and six-cylinder equipped sedans and coupes alongside its more popular open models, Buick placed third behind Chevrolet and Ford in the 1923 sales charts with 201,572 leaving the factory. Finished in Green / Black with Black leather upholstery this lovely example is described as having “excellent” coachwork, paintwork, engine, transmission and interior and is now ready to be enjoyed. Offered with V5C.

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1952 Alvis TA21 Drophead Coupe

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1 of only 303 made ESTIMATE: £24,000 - 28,000* REG NO: MYT 604 CHASSIS: 24726 Launched at the 1950 Geneva Salon, the TA21 could be had in four-door Saloon or two-door Drophead Coupe guises. The first Alvis to feature hydraulic brakes, it was powered by a new 3 Litre OHV straight-six engine allied to fourspeed manual transmission. Notably stylish, the four-seater Drophead Coupe variant was coachbuilt by Tickford and featured a well-engineered three position hood. First registered in London on August 6th 1952 (or so its ‘MYT 604’ number plate would imply), this rare Tickfordbodied Drophead Coupe is understood to have covered a mere 12,000 miles or so since being treated to an extensive mechanical and cosmetic restoration during the 1980s. Accompanying paperwork includes invoices dating back to 1957 and a continuation buff logbook from 1963 not to mention an owner’s handbook, parts book, period copy road tests and fifteen old MOTs etc . Entrusted to Cricketfield Engineering of Southend-on-Sea for a new cylinder head gasket and replacement radiator core in 2002, the Alvis was taken off the road two years later. Recently recommissioned and serviced after almost two decades of dry storage, the TA21 is considered by the seller to ‘perform and drive as it should’.

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2007 Alfa Romeo Spider JTS

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ESTIMATE: £8,000 - 10,000* REG NO: MA07 XSZ CHASSIS: WP0ZZZ99Z5S731869 The Type 939 Spider is widely regarded as the 6th generation of Alfa Romeo Spiders, launching at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, where it also received the “Cabrio of the Year” award and production ran until November 2010. Based on the Brera coupe, it seats two passengers rather than four passengers as in the coupe. Originally Alfa Romeo offered two engines: the 2.2 L straight-4 and 3.2 L V6 JTS engines — the JTD common rail turbodiesel was introduced at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show and was offered with either six-speed manual or automatic transmissions. Manufactured in 2007 and supplied new to the United Kingdom, this Spider JTS is fitted with the 2.2-litre straightfour JTS engine mated to the desirable six-speed manual gearbox. Finished in the attractive colour combination of Red paintwork with Black leather interior upholstery, ‘MA07 XSZ’ has covered only 57,258 miles from new (at time of consignment). Entering current ownership in 2018, the Alfa Romeo has had just three former keepers. Last serviced at 57,047 miles by Mangoletsi Alfa Romeo in Knutsford, with further service records present from Mangoletsi. Offered with current V5C and is due to be supplied with a fresh MOT certificate and have paintwork completed to the front bumper, driver’s mirror and numberplate holder for the sale.

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1986 Mercedes-Benz 500 SL

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ESTIMATE: £28,000 - 32,000* REG NO: D896 UTU CHASSIS: WDB1070462A050905 The mighty Mercedes R107-series SL was launched in 1971 to replace the long-lived - and loved - W113-series ‘Pagoda’ SL that had first appeared in 1963. Though dispensing with Mercedes’ usual model identification, it was based on the suspension of the W114 saloon and the model ran till 1989 with more than 237,000 examples built: with the exception of the G-Wagen, this was the longest single series ever produced by Mercedes-Benz. Plenty of R107s (and its longer-wheelbase coupe variant the SLC) come to market but 500SLs are still a rarity, with only 11,812 built. Finished in Champagne metallic with Brown upholstery, ‘D896 UTU’ has covered just 90,784 miles (atoc) from new. The accompanying service book contains twenty entries (many from main dealers), with the last service completed at 90,780 miles, presented along the remainder of the book pack in the Mercedes-Benz wallet. Subject to a colour change from Silver in 1996, the 500SL entered the current ownership in 2016. Offered for sale with a current V5C and is due to have a fresh MOT certificate in time for the sale.

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1963 Trojan “Cabine” Bubble Car

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ESTIMATE: £11,000 - 14,000* REG NO: 656 GOU CHASSIS: 9858 The Type 153 was Heinkel’s three-wheeled competitor to the BMW Isetta, Messerschmitt KR200 and other bubble cars of the austere late ‘50s/early ‘60s. Powered by a rear-mounted single-cylinder four-stroke engine of 204cc (later reduced to 198cc), it featured a front opening door plus a fabric sunroof that served both as a fair-weather accessory and escape hatch in the event of the door becoming jammed. European production was carried out in Germany from 1956 to 1958, Dundalk in Ireland from 1958 to 1960, and by Trojan Cars on the UK mainland from 1960 until the cessation of the model in 1966. First registered in Hampshire (or so its ‘656 GOU’ number plate would imply), this smart example has self-evidently been the subject an extensive mechanical and cosmetic restoration. Forming part of a private collection in recent years, the Trojan is described by the vendor as being in ‘very good overall’ condition with regards to its engine, transmission, electrical equipment, bodywork, paintwork and interior trim. However, he recommends that the Type 153 – although running and driving – be recommissioned / checked over before any serious usage is contemplated. Offered for sale with paperwork file.

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1997 Citroen Saxo VTR

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One Owner and 41,000 Miles From New ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: P144 GRB CHASSIS: VF7S6NFZF56295124 This Saxo VTR was manufactured in 1997 and was registered new in the United Kingdom on the 30th of April 1997. Supplied new by C.D. Bramall Citroen in Suttonin-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire it is fitted with the 1587cc straight-four 8-valve engine mated to the five-speed manual transmission. Finished in Silver paintwork with Grey cloth interior upholstery, ‘P144 GRB’ has covered a total of only 40,958 miles from new (at time of consignment) and has had just one lady owner. Offered with history file which including the original book pack comprising the Owners Handbook, Maintenance Book (which displays seven service stamps), UK Network Book, Stereo Guide, Dealer Directory and UK Network Book, all presented in the original Citroen wallet. The Saxo VTR was most recently serviced at 40,112 miles with works encompassing a full service, strip down and refitting of both the front and rear brakes with a new brake pipe fitted. The history files also includes eighteen past MOT certificates and a current V5C. It is understood that ‘P144 GRB’ will have benefited from driver’s seat tidying by the time of the sale.

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1990 Jaguar XJ-S V12 Convertible

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ESTIMATE: £18,000 - 22,000* REG NO: G888 VYE CHASSIS: SAJJNADW3DB168017 Beginning life as a demonstrator for Henlys of London Ltd, chassis SAJJNADW3DB168017 was bought by a captain of industry when it was just four months old and re-registered as ‘KOO 35’. Correspondence on file reveals that Henlys might have regretted the sale if only because the buyer was a gentleman used to getting his own way who had the Convertible returned to Browns Lane for a bare metal respray under warranty and complained about its noise levels at illegal speeds! Nevertheless, he returned the XJ-S to Henlys for servicing eleven times up to 69,099 miles. Entrusted to Jaguar Borauto SA of Alicante briefly thereafter, the last recorded UK service was at 81,705 miles (the odometer now shows some 83,000). Finished in striking Westminster Blue with Magnolia leather upholstery and a Navy Blue soft-top, ‘G888 VYE’ is described by the vendor as being in ‘very good’ (bodywork, interior trim) or ‘excellent’ (5.3 litre V12 engine, automatic transmission, electrical equipment, paintwork) condition. Said to be ‘a lovely original car with zero visible corrosion that has had minimal paintwork and drives very well’, this handsome XJ-S is offered for sale with full book pack, large history file and fresh MOT certificate.

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1968 MG C GT

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ESTIMATE: £14,000 - 18,000* REG NO: NUO808G CHASSIS: GCD114215 Intended to replace the Austin-Healey 3000, the MGC was introduced in the autumn of 1967. While early reports criticised its ‘nose heavy’ handling, later ones were much kinder and, with 145bhp on tap, the model could complete the 0-60mph dash in 10 seconds and achieve 120mph flat out. Nevertheless, it was axed in 1969 after just 4,544 Roadsters and 4,458 GTs had been made, somewhat prematurely when considering the success University Motors subsequently enjoyed with the model. Finished in old English White matched to a Black interior ‘NUO808G’ has been subject to much recent mechanical fettling which has included a new brake servo, wiring loom, 12v batteries, fuel tank, wheel refurbishment with new hub caps and tyres, carburettor overhaul, replacement dashboard and new interior carpets. Understood to have received a bodywork restoration and repaint in c.2007 the MG is fitted with sensible upgrades such as Spax dampers, S/S exhaust system and is offered with a collection of invoices and current V5c. The vendor currently grades the engine, transmission, interior, electrical equipment and bodywork all as ‘Very Good with the paintwork as ‘Good’. Although exempt the MG is offered with a current MOT into October 2021. Surely worthy of closer inspection.

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1999 Rover 200 SE

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Only 31,300 Miles From New and Two Former Keepers ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: T276 BNM CHASSIS: SARRFHNDGXD426300 The R3 200-series was, by and large, an all-new car, although some elements of the previous incarnation were carried over (most notably the front structure, heater, steering and front suspension). The seventh-best selling new car between 1996 and 1998, the popularity tailed towards the end of production but are now an emerging practical classic. Manufactured in 1999, this 200 SE was supplied new by Mantles Rover of Royston on the 28th of June 1999, it is fitted with the 1.1-litre K-series straight-four engine mated to the five-speed manual gearbox. Finished in the colour combination of Old English White paintwork with Ash Grey cloth interior upholstery, ‘T276 BNM’ has covered a mere 31,236 miles from new (at time of consignment). Having just two former keepers, the Rover has been in current registered ownership since 2019. The Rover features the original main dealer number plates and front window stickers and pleasingly still has a sealed jack in the boot. Offered with a history file containing the original book pack presented in the Rover wallet including the handbook and service book that illustrates two early service records, a large selection of MOT history and a current V5C.

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1956 Daimler New Drop Head Coupe

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ESTIMATE: £28,000 - 32,000* REG NO: TTX 40 CHASSIS: 90502 Following the success of the Conquest Roadster, the prototype of the ‘’New drop head coupe’’, with the famous third seat sitting sideways behind the driver, was unveiled at the 1955 Earls Court show, winning a Coachbuilders Gold Award. The new Drop Head Coupe featured a 2,433 cc OHV inline six-cylinder engine that produced 100bhp, were all handbuilt and consequently so expensive that only 54 were built between 1955 and 1957. Manufactured in 1956 and delivered new via Horsmith Motors in Cardiff, TTX 40 retains its original registration and is presented in black with contrasting red leather interior and matching hood. This particular example is the sole model fitted with an automatic gearbox from new and features factory electric windows. TTX 40 was acquired by its current owner in 2018 and was subsequently subject to a mechanical recommissioning at a cost of over £4,000. The vendor rates the condition of the bodywork, engine, electrical equipment, transmission and interior trim as ‘Very Good’ with the paintwork ‘Good’. Included in the history file are a collection of invoices, with most from 2018, communications with the Daimler and Lanchester Owners Club and a collection of informative information.

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1999 Daihatsu Cuore Avanzato TR-XXR4

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ESTIMATE: £9,000 - 12,000* REG NO: T336 LGB CHASSIS: L5125003751 Among the most extreme Kei-class cars ever made, the Daihatsu Mira Avanzato TR-XX was introduced in 1994. Powered by a turbocharged 660cc DOHC four-cylinder engine allied to five-speed manual transmission, it was reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 8.5 seconds and 100mph. Designed with the motorsport in mind, the subsequent R4 version boasted a limited slip differential and permanent four-wheel drive. A true pocket-rocket with roadholding and handling capabilities that evoked a Subaru Impreza WRX or Mitsubishi Evo, some 100 examples were officially imported by Daihatsu UK (and marketed as ‘Cuore’ rather than ‘Mira’). Eighty were sold as road cars with the other twenty being sent to Harry Hockly Motorsport for use in a one-make Rally Championship. Though, inevitably crash damage saw quite a few road cars being used to re-shell their competition siblings. Still wearing its C.H. Bull & Sons supplier’s sticker, this UK-supplied example is warranted to have covered just 13,000 miles from new. Said to ‘drive beautifully’ and to be in a condition commensurate with its minimal mileage, the Daihatsu is due to possess a fresh MOT by the time of sale. Offered for sale with original sales brochure, book pack (including stamped service book), invoices and press cuttings etc.

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1989 Citroen 2CV6 Special

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Only c.43,400 Miles From New ESTIMATE: £7,000 - 9,000* REG NO: G648 KRH CHASSIS: VF7AZKA00KA341650 Production of the 2CV began in 1948, following which 3,872,583 2CVs were manufactured via 11 worldwide factories between 1948 and 1990, by when the ageing design had been defeated by contemporary legislation. The peak of 2CV sales in the UK would be reached in 1986, thanks to the introduction of the popular Dolly special edition —7520 new 2CVs were registered in Britain that year. Manufactured in 1989, this 2CV6 Dolly was supplied new by Dixon Brothers Ltd. Citroen of Hull being supplied on the 12th of September, it is fitted with the 602cc two-cylinder air-cooled engine mated to the four-speed manual gearbox. Finished in the colour combination of White and Green paintwork with a light cloth interior upholstery, ‘G648 KRH’ is a scarce low mileage example having covered a mere 43,403 miles from new (at time of consignment). Having just four former keepers, the Citroen has benefitted from recent interior refreshment and in 2020 was subject to an engine fettling comprising new spark plugs, ignition system checks, carburettor set-up and rear brake adjustment. The Citroen is offered with a history file containing the original book pack presented in the Citroen wallet including the handbook and stamped service book which illustrates nine service entries, a workshop manual, a selection of past MOT’s, invoices and tax discs, a previous logbook and current V5C.

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1977 Saab 96 V4

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ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: RCT 114R CHASSIS: VF7AZKA00KA341650 The Saab 96 was released in 1960 as a replacement for the Saab 93 model. Initially available with only with a 3 cylinder 2-stroke engine until 1967 when, under a veil of secrecy other engines were tested before the 1498cc Ford V4 unit was chosen for installation. The 96 was transformed as a result of this, allowing it to compete on an entirely different level on both the retail market and indeed the competitive rally circuit where the V4 claimed World Rally Championship crowns in both 1973 and 1976. This Saab 96 was manufactured in 1977 and first UK registered in April 1977and is fitted with the 1498cc V4 engine mated to the column-change manual gearbox. Finished in the striking colour combination of Green paintwork with a Black interior upholstery. ‘RCT 114R’ has a recorded mileage of 87,680 miles (at time of consignment) which is believed, but not warranted, to be genuine. In current registered ownership since 2015, the previous custodian had the Saab from 2008. Accompanied by a current V5C. Scarcely offered and offered without reserve.

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1970 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe

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ESTIMATE: £50,000 - 60,000* REG NO: CHASSIS:

YYT107H 1R 20593

The Jaguar E Type wowed the world upon its launch in 1961. Here was a sportscar that offered performance to beat Ferrari and Aston Martin at just half the price, wrapped up in a cigar-like body that was unlike any other contemporary sportscar. This combination of style, speed and value endeared it to the world’s elite and the E-Type was one of the coolest cars in which to be seen throughout the 60 and 70s. The range expanded with a 2+2 joining the coupe and roadster, evolving through steady stages until the final Series 3 V12s bowed out in 1975. According to its accompanying Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate, chassis number 1R20593 was manufactured on the 16th of December 1969 and despatched to Henlys of London a couple of weeks later. Finished in Primrose Yellow with Black leather upholstery and sporting the preferred four-speed manual gearbox, the Jaguar was supplied new on the 10th of March 1970. Acquired by the previous owner in 1996 it was then subjected to a bodywork and mechanical restoration by a renowned TT winning engine tuner with an accompanying photo file. Bought by the vendor in September 2007 it has only done about 6500 miles since, enjoying just a few dry summer days out. It comes with a V5C, Jaguar Heritage Certificate and old MOTs from 2006 to 2018.

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1951 Bentley MKVI Saloon

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Current ownership since 2000 ESTIMATE: £22,000 - 26,000* REG NO: PRB 745 CHASSIS: B395LH Introduced in 1946, the MKVI was Bentley’s first post-war model. Built around a massive cruciform-braced chassis with independent front suspension and a leaf-sprung ‘live’ rear axle, it was fitted with a freshly developed 4257cc OISE (overhead inlet side exhaust valve) straight-six engine mated to a four-speed manual gearbox. Capable of over 100mph when clad in the factory’s understated but stylish ‘standard steel saloon’ coachwork, the MKVI quickly developed a reputation for being a refined yet responsive drive. Finished in Shell over Tudor Grey matched to a Red leather interior ‘PRB745’ was supplied new by Kennings Ltd of Clay Cross, Derbyshire where it has always remained in the same area and is the 4th from last small-bore example made. Having been in current ownership since 2000 and displaying a credible but unwarranted 71,266 miles ‘PRB745’ is offered with Brown logbook, handbook, chassis card records, tool kit plus a collection of old MOT certificates. Previously subject to an engine and gearbox overhaul by the vendor and fitted with an S/S exhaust the vendor informs us it is a ‘Very’ solid example and currently grades the engine, transmission, interior, electrical equipment and bodywork as Very Good’ with the paintwork as ‘Good’.

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1968 Rover 2000 TC

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Entered from a private collection ESTIMATE: £5,000 - 7,000* REG NO: NHE106F CHASSIS: 41516080B Introduced in 1963, the 2000 was the sixth and last of the P-Series Rovers which began with the pre-WW2 Twelve. Designed in-house it bristled with innovation and was quite rightly the winner of the first-ever European Car of the Year Award. Braking was through discs all-round while fully-independent suspension comprised a novel de Dion arrangement at the rear and an equally unique rocker system operating horizontally-mounted coil springs at the front. The intention behind the latter was to create an engine compartment wide enough to accommodate Rover’s gas turbine unit, though this was never fitted to production vehicles. Initially powered by a 1978 cc (hence the 2000 name) OHC in-line four-cylinder unit, the maximum output was 90bhp at 5,000rpm. Some 322,302 P6 Rovers of varying engine capacity were produced before the model was superseded by the SD1 in 1977. Finished in Zircon Blue matched to a Cream leather interior the sale example is offered from a private collection and displays just 40,800 miles. Having been in current ownership since 1998 the vendor informs us he bought the Rover direct from its first and only other keeper. Offered with a collection of old MOT’s back to 1991 and V5c ‘NHE106F’ is currently classed as all ‘Good’ with regards to its bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, electrics, engine and gearbox.

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1986 Jaguar XJ-S 5.3 HE

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Entered from a private collection ESTIMATE: £8,000 - 10,000* REG NO: JSK 248 CHASSIS: SAJJNAEW3BC132516 A more relaxed and refined proposition than its E-Type predecessor, the XJ-S was a highly capable Grand Tourer. Introduced in July 1981, the so-called Series II variant was powered by a ‘High Efficiency’ (H.E.) version of Jaguar’s iconic 5.3 litre V12 engine which imbued it with better fuel economy, more power (299bhp/318lbft) and a higher top speed (152mph). While cosmetic changes encompassed the adoption of Starfish alloy wheels and burred elm wood veneers. Yet for all its performance capability, the Jaguar proved a refined and relaxing drive. Supplied new by Dutton Forshaw of Preston ‘JSK248’ is offered from a private collection, covered just 36,300 miles from new and has been in current ownership since 1998. Offered with bookpack, handbooks, service book stamped up to 1998 plus a collection of invoices and old MOT certificates back to 1992 at 25,404 miles. Recently subject to a new battery and two refurbished rear brake calipers the Jaguar has a current no advisory MOT into June 2021. The vendor currently classes the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, engine, electrical equipment and gearbox as all being in ‘Good’ order. This wonderful XJ-S is a true timewarp.

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1974 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

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Entered from a private collection ESTIMATE: £11,000 - 13,000* REG NO: 337 RUR CHASSIS: SRH19568 Launched in 1965, the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow was a bold departure for the Crewe company. Their first monocoque design, it also benefited from olio-pneumatic rear suspension, power disc brakes and GM’s silken 400 series automatic gearbox (though, the latter was not adopted until 1968). Such ‘new technology’ did not encroach on the luxurious interior with its sumptuous leather hides, rich wood veneers and deep lambswool carpets. Performance from the smooth 6230cc V8 engine (upgraded to 6750cc in 1970) was assured, the car wafting forward on a seemingly unstoppable wave of torque. Still immensely cosseting to drive, Shadows offer a genuinely different ownership experience to their mass made peers. Finished in Silver Mink with Beige leather upholstery ‘337RUR’ is offered from a private collection and has covered just 54,800 miles from new. Having been in current ownership since 1992 ‘337RUR’ is offered with bookpack, handbooks and service book/service cards, collection of old MOT’s back to 1986 at 36,041 miles and current V5c. Supplied new by Mann Egerton & Co Ltd of Derby the Rolls is currently classed by the vendor as all ‘Good’ with regards to its interior, paintwork, electrical equipment, engine, gearbox and bodywork. A nice example.

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1960 Austin-Healey ‘Frogeye’ Sprite

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Entered from a private collection ESTIMATE: £13,000 - 15,000* REG NO: 406 PPD CHASSIS: AN539332 Intended as a spiritual successor to inexpensive pre-war sports cars such as the MG M-type or Austin 7 Nippy, the Austin-Healey Sprite was launched in May 1958. Fruit of the growing partnership between Donald Healey and Austin’s Leonard Lord, its design costs were kept to a minimum through some inspired BMC parts bin raiding. Built around a lightweight monocoque, it combined the Austin A35’s independent front suspension and four-speed gearbox. Powered by a twin-carburettor fed 948cc A-series four-cylinder engine developing some 43bhp and 52lbft of torque, it was capable of over 80mph. Credit for the Frogeye’s wonderful styling lies with both Gerry Coker and Les Ireland. Put on sale for just £669 including purchase tax rarely before or since has a sports car enjoyed such a large fun-to-price ratio. Finished in Pale Blue matched to a Dark Blue interior ‘406PPD’ has been in current ownership since 1991. Entered from a private collection the vendor informs us he has competed in numerous classic rallies with the Sprite with no problems. Subject to a previous self-evident restoration the Sprite is offered with Green logbook, collection of old MOT certificates, old Tax discs and V5c. The vendor currently classes the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, electrics, engine and gearbox all as ‘Good’. Great fun for the remaining summer months.

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1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS

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Rare European Specification Example ESTIMATE: £70,000 - 80,000* REG NO: YOD 772K CHASSIS: THPNMK03840 Originally supplied by Achilli Motors in Milan, Italy and later exported to the US (returning to Europe in 2013), when a major restoration commenced. This rare GTS is finished in red and black with DeTomaso decals and gold wheels (front wheels are magnesium 8” by Campagnolo and rears are alloy 10” by Ronin Industries, Italy). All suspension components were stripped, cleaned, powder coated, re-bushed and then re-fitted, ball joints and drive shafts were also replaced. The gearbox was stripped, checked and then rebuilt with a new slightly lighter than original clutch which is reputedly ‘good for 350 bhp’. The engine was stripped, cleaned checked and rebuilt replacing components where necessary. ‘YOD 722K’ is currently running on a 600 Holley carburettor with Pertronix electronic ignition and a more modern high torque starter motor. The interior has been re-trimmed and fitted with rake adjustable seats for comfort (original seats are supplied with the car and have been re-trimmed). Power steering by Scott Bell has been fitted and the original rear brake calipers have been replaced by Wilwood units (with a handbrake modification). UK registered with a v5c document and offered with a comprehensive history file containing invoices from Italy, the US and the UK; This restored and eye-catching GTS is a step back to a beautiful time in automotive design with a collaboration of American Muscle with Italian design.

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1931 Lagonda 3-Litre Low Chassis Saloon

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The Subject of over £29,500 in Expenditure Since 2015 ESTIMATE: £48,000 - 55,000* REG NO: PN 7423 CHASSIS: Z9861 This 3-Litre Lagonda was acquired by the Litchfield Collection in September 1981 and is currently panelled in metal, although Lagonda Club records show that its coachwork was originally of the semi-fabriccovered type - the upper sections of all four doors still retaining this material. The car was offered for sale at auction in November 2008 and was purchased by prolific collector Stan Cale. By the time of his passing in 2013, the car remained in a non-running state and was bequeathed to his son Andrew. The services of respected Wakefieldbased restorer Bob Fenton were called upon and he carried out in excess of £29,500 of renovation work to put the car back into running order over subsequent years. This included the removal of much of the drivetrain, freeing off the seized engine, overhaul of the braking system, together with attention to the electrical components, paintwork and wheels/tyres. Starting readily upon inspection and running well during our recent photography session, the Lagonda remains presentable and useable despite approximately six years of inactivity - it will therefore require some recommissioning by the purchaser. Retaining its original stylish closed cockpit coachwork, PN 7423 is offered for sale with a current UK V5c registration document and small history file containing one 1981-dated MOT certificate and correspondence with the Lagonda club and Bob Fenton.

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1947 Allard K1

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Period Competition History and Unique Coachwork by Performance Cars Ltd ESTIMATE: £60,000 - 65,000* REG NO: CHASSIS:

UMX 82 71K 262

According to the supplied copies of Allard factory build ledgers, ‘71K 262’ was supplied new to Performance Cars Ltd of Dagenham as a bare chassis and was seemingly completed over a two year period by their in-house coachbuilders. ‘UMX 82’ was configured with completely unique open two-seater touring body, arguably more stylish and practical than the factory-bodied cars with a more aggressive front-end, curved shorter doors and a large hinging bootlid. First registered in 1949, the first decade of the car’s life remains uncertain, however the continuation ‘concertina’ logbook states the Allard was in the possession of keen racer Anthony R. Pickering of Malpas, Cheshire by April 1958. A 1968-dated letter from well-known rally driver Peter Valentine indicates the car’s first and previous owner was a Mr. J. Kempe-Roberts who is understood to have also regularly competed. Passing into the hands of our vendor in 2013, a full and comprehensive restoration began over a seven year period, with work carried out by respected restorer Bob Fenton. Parts were supplied by O’Neill Ford and Belcher Engineering (including sourcing a correct specification re-con gearbox). Offered for sale with a current UK V5c registration document and small history file containing a ‘concertina’ folding logbook, photographs of the car before the restoration commenced, various receipts, a souvenir programme featuring the car and correspondence covering many decades.

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2007 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet

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ESTIMATE: £48,000 - 54,000* REG NO: YD57 VPR CHASSIS: WP0ZZZ99Z8S786216 Not surprisingly, given the Type 996’s wholesale re-engineering, the successor Type 997 - introduced in 2004 - represented evolution rather than revolution, the most significant changes being to the interior and exterior styling. The latter marked a welcome return to the 911’s traditional oval headlights, and the interior too was more classic 911 than that of the outgoing 996. Open cars typically suffer an inferior performance when compared with their closed cousins, but not the Turbo Cabriolet, which gave next to nothing away to the Type 997 Coupé, its maximum speed being around 193mph. Manufactured in 2007, this Turbo Cabriolet was supplied new to the United Kingdom and first registered on the 8th of September 2007. Fitted with the Tiptronic gearbox, this example is finished in Black with a Black leather interior and has covered just 49,586 miles from new. Entering current ownership in 2014, although a subsequent keeper change is showing due to transfer into the vendors business, with the Porsche having six owners from new (seven showing on HPI with the additional keeper change). Benefitting from £3,400 worth of expenditure at Porsche Cheshire Oaks in 2014, the Turbo is further offered with the stamped service book and other service records that illustrate five services with the most recent completed at the Porsche Centre Bolton at 48,615 miles. Accompanied by a quantity of past MOT certificates and V5C document.

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1958 Dodge Royal Lancer Two-Door Hardtop Coupe

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Part of a Chrysler collection for thirty years ESTIMATE: £21,000 - 24,000* REG NO: UN-REG CHASSIS: LD21368 A golden era in automotive design, the mid-to-late 1950s saw America’s Big Three vying to outdo each other when it came to extreme styling. The ‘Forward Look’ aesthetic pioneered by Chrysler’s Virgil Exner saw him crowned the unofficial ‘King of the Tailfin’. Refined in the University of Michigan’s wind tunnel, one of its most extreme interpretations was found on the 1958 Dodge Royal. Finished in Blue over White with Two-Tone Blue cloth upholstery, this fabulously over the top Dodge Royal Lancer is described by the vendor as being in ‘very good’ (bodywork, paintwork, interior trim) or ‘excellent’ (V8 engine, electrical equipment, automatic transmission) condition. Reportedly part of a Chrysler collection for thirty years, it is further understood to have been treated to much restoration work in 2016-2017 including engine and automatic gearbox overhauls plus a new exhaust, interior and brakes. Rating the Coupe as ‘a very powerful driver with a clean undercarriage that seemingly needs nothing to be enjoyed’, the seller also notes the four- / five-seater has ‘good chrome and two small dents to the rear bumper’. Resident in the dry state of Arizona until earlier this year, the Dodge has had duties paid into Europe and will be NOVA declared upon sale.

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1958 MG A 1500 Roadster

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ESTIMATE: £15,000 - 17,000* REG NO: PFO 281 CHASSIS: HDR43/57499 The Syd Enever-designed MGA was a breath of fresh air for the Abingdon marque, as it replaced the last of the venerable T Series cars, whose origins dated all the way back to the TA of 1936. Launched at the 1955 Frankfurt Motor Show, it featured a separate chassis penned by Roy Brocklehurst and was powered by the 1489cc straight-four BMC B Series engine. Suspension was independent with coil springs at the front and by live axle hung on semi-elliptic leaf springs at the rear. Braking was by Lockheed drums all-round, and steering was by rack and pinion. This MGA 1500 was manufactured in 1958 and was manufactured in left-hand-drive for the North American market and originally finished in Old-English white. Fitted with the 1500cc B-series straight-four engine mated to the manual transmission. Now finished in red, the MGA features red leather interior upholstery. Repatriated in 1996, ‘PFO 281’ entered current ownership in 2016 and has had only three former UK keepers. The MG is due to be driven to the sale and is offered with a current V5C.

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1980 MG B GT

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32,000 miles from new ESTIMATE: £9,000 - 11,000* REG NO: DDK 131W CHASSIS: GVGEJ1AG516767 Introduced in 1965, the MGB GT was a more comfortable and versatile proposition than its roadster sister. With a top speed of over 100mph courtesy of its 1798cc B-series engine and a capable chassis featuring independent front suspension, rack and pinion steering and disc / drum brakes, the enclosed 2+2-seater merited the old MG marketing slogan ‘Safety Fast’. Finished in Black with Black leather upholstery, this smart looking GT is warranted to have covered just 32,000 miles from new (accruing less than 1,000 of those since 2006). Boasting a period ‘Sport T Top’ twin-pane glass sunroof, the 2+2-seater is described by the vendor as being in ‘very good’ (bodywork, paintwork, interior trim) or ‘excellent’ (1.8 litre engine, four-speed manual plus overdrive gearbox, electrical equipment) condition. Pleasingly retaining its full book pack including the ‘Passport to Service’ with six stamps, the MG is said to be ‘very nice underneath and in the engine bay’ with the latter sporting what appears to be an aluminium undertray. Converted to run on unleaded and reportedly ‘lovely to drive’, this striking GT is worthy of close inspection and offered for sale with V5C Registration Document, book pack, fresh MOT and numerous old MOTs / invoices.

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2010 Bentley Continental Flying Spur

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15,300 miles from new ESTIMATE: £30,000 - 35,000* REG NO: MX10 GHZ CHASSIS: SCBBE53W5AC065064 Finished in Moonbeam Silver metallic with Beluga Black leather upholstery, chassis AC065064 was supplied new to Bentley Manchester for use as a demonstrator. Intended to impress potential buyers, its lavish specification included contrasting Linen-coloured seat piping, Piano Black fascia trims, iPod interface, reversing camera, power boot opening and closing, enhanced vehicle tracker system and 20-inch 14-spoke diamond alloy wheels all of which added up to a retail price of £112,420.35. The subject of five services (four main dealer and one specialist), the Continental Flying Spur is warranted to have covered just 15,300 miles from new. Beautifully presented inside and out, the fourseater pleasingly retains its original book pack, runningin instructions card and two keys. Starting readily upon inspection and running well during our recent photography session, the Bentley is described by the vendor as ‘stunning and virtually as new’. After eleven years and so few miles, this imposing Continental Flying Spur promises to be a delight for driver and passengers alike.

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1928 Sunbeam 25HP Tourer

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ESTIMATE: £35,000 - 45,000* REG NO: RM 6740 CHASSIS: 1130LK Beginning life as a Saloon or Limousine, this imposing Sunbeam is understood to have acquired its current lightweight Tourer coachwork – which was reputedly first fitted to a Lagonda – in circa 1970. Retaining its original 25hp running gear, the four-seater is powered by a 3.6 litre OHV straight-six engine allied to four-speed manual transmission. Semi-elliptic springs up front are complemented by cantilever springs to the rear and the four-wheel drum brakes enjoy a degree of servo assistance. Boasting much the same road presence as a WO Bentley costing ten times as much, ‘RM 6740’ has been ‘breathed on’ with a bespoke inlet manifold hosting triple SU carburettors. Other modifications include the addition of an alternator, coil ignition and a facet fuel pump. However, the original Autovac, dynamo and magneto all remain in situ should a new owner wish to reinstate them. Belonging to its previous keeper for twentyone years, the Sunbeam was looked after during that time by James Hewing of Haslemere. Reportedly treated to some £9,000 worth of expenditure during 2017-2018 including the installation of a new 4.0:1 crown wheel and pinion and replacement half shafts, the Tourer is described by the seller as being in ‘good overall’ condition with regards to its engine, gearbox, electrical equipment, bodywork and paintwork.

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1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe

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1 of just 374 home market examples ESTIMATE: £45,000 - 55,000* REG NO: CHASSIS:

ULU540F 1E 21707

For many people, the E-Type remains the ultimate production Jaguar. A car whose heady blend of styling and performance were so exceptional at its 1961 Geneva Motor Show launch they continue to cast a smooth, elliptical shadow over the marque’s new sports cars some 55 years later. Never officially referred to as such by Jaguar, the so-called ‘Series 1.5’ cars appeared in late 1967. With its flowing lines and wonderful 4,235cc 6-cylinder overhead camshaft engine, the ‘Series 1.5’ Jaguar E-Type fixed-head coupe has to be one of the finest sporting cars of its era. 1 of just 374 home market examples ‘ULU540F’ is finished in Dark Blue, its original colour on the date of despatch on the 19th December 1967 to its original distributor Henly’s of London. Supplied new to a Mr Simpson of Sunderland its understood the E-Type has had just 4 former keeper with current ownership since 2006. Subject to new sills, floors, boot floor, doors, lower front panel and new painted wire wheels in the current vendors ownership ‘ULU540F’ has some sensible upgrades such as a Kenlowe fan, high torque starter motor and electronic ignition. Offered with a large collection of invoices, old MOT certificates, Heritage Certificate, old Tax discs and a letter from the first owner the vendor currently classes the engine, gearbox, interior trim, electrical equipment, bodywork as ‘Good’ with the paintwork as ‘Average/Good’. Although exempt the Jaguar is MOT’d until the 19th July 2021.

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1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS

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Supplied new to Japan and just c.32,000 recorded miles ESTIMATE: £13,000 - 15,000* REG NO: H182 DKH CHASSIS: 1G1FP23E3ML168933 Styled by Gerry Palmer, the third-generation Chevrolet Camaro began production on October 12th 1981. Named Motor Trend magazine’s ‘Car of the Year’ for 1982, the 2+2-seater was considerably lighter, better handling and more aerodynamic than its predecessor. Available in four-cylinder, V6 and V8 guises, the latter proved the most popular. Revised for 1991, the Camaro gained a ground effects package for the RS and Z28 models. Among a limited number of third-generation Chevrolet Camaros sold new in Japan via Yanase & Co Ltd, chassis 1G1FP23E3ML168933 is understood to have had just one Japanese keeper, Kiyoto Kabusako, before being imported to the UK during 2006. Showing a highly credible 52,000km (c.32,000 miles) to its odometer, the 2+2-seater was last serviced in June 2020. Kept garaged and obviously muchloved, the Chevy pleasingly retains its under dashboard torch and bag for the removable targa top panels. Described by the vendor as being in ‘excellent overall’ condition with regards to its 5 litre V8 engine, automatic transmission, electrical equipment, bodywork, paintwork and interior trim, he further rates ‘H182 DKH’ as ‘a superb original car that is lovely to drive with no known issues’. Offered for sale with V5C Registration Document, history file and MOT Certificate valid until June 2022.

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1954 Citroen Light 15 Traction Avant

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Slough built RHD example ESTIMATE: £10,000 - 12,000* REG NO: 850 AVW CHASSIS: 9532197 Introduced at the April 1934 Paris Salon, the Traction Avant was a technological tour-de-force thanks to its unique combination of a monocoque chassis, front-wheel drive, torsion bar independent suspension, hydraulic brakes and (from 1936) rack and pinion steering. Powered by a 1911cc four-cylinder OHV engine allied to manual transmission, the Light 15 versions produced at Citroen’s Slough factory boasted wooden dashboards, leather upholstery and 12-volt electrics. Pleasingly retaining its original buff logbook which confirms ‘850AVW’ has had just 5 previous keepers, two of whom were in the same family the Citroen has been in current ownership since 1989. A Slough-built example it has recently been subject to a brake overhaul, shod with correct type Michelin tyres all round and has been fitted with some sensible upgrades such as an SU Carburettor, electronic ignition and a Clayton heater. Offered with a collection of invoices, aforementioned buff and green logbooks, workshop manual, old MOT’s and Tax discs back to 1969 the vendor currently considers the engine, transmission, interior to be in `Very Good’ order with the bodywork and paintwork all to be `Good’. This smart example although exempt is offered with an MOT certificate into March 2022.

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1981 Ferrari 208 GTS

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1 of just 160 examples ESTIMATE: £50,000 - 55,000* REG NO: SVR532W CHASSIS: 37037 In 1975 Ferrari had introduced a 2.0-litre version of the Dino 308GT4 - the 208GT4 - to take advantage of the Italian market’s vehicle taxation system, and it did the same following the introduction of the successor 308 GTB and GTS models in 1980. The 208 GTB and GTS used the same V8 engine, with reduced bore size for a capacity of 1,991cc which was Ferrari’s solution to avoid Italy’s 38-percent VAT on cars with engines over 2.0 liters. By the time they were superseded by Turbo versions in 1982, a total of 140 GTB and 160 GTS models had been completed. Finished in the classic Ferrari combination of Rosso Corsa matched to a Cream leather interior ‘SVR532W’ was first registered in 1981 in Italy and is understood to have remained in its home country until 2015 when it was imported into the UK. Displaying just 21,907 kms (13,600) miles this 208 has been in current ownership since 2015 and has been subject to a belt change and service last year. Offered with owners wallet, handbook and service book plus a collection of invoices including work carried out by Rosso Corsa Ltd in 1995 when the mileage was recorded at 10,613 kms. Currently graded by the vendor in regards to the engine, transmission, electrical equipment as ‘Excellent’ with the bodywork, paintwork and interior as ‘Very Good’ ‘SVR532W’ is understood to possess a fresh MOT by the time of sale.

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2014 Realm Heritage C-Type

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A tribute to Tommy Wisdom’s Workssupported car ‘XKC005’ ESTIMATE: £40,000 - 50,000* REG NO: GUI 494 CHASSIS: REALMCJS167680053 An engineer by training, the vendor’s late husband built this stunning Realm Heritage C-Type in 2014. Passing an IVA test that same year, ‘GUI 494’ is correctly registered with the DVLA (and not under its donor identity). Professionally painted in Pastel Green to evoke Tommy Wisdom’s famous Works-supported C-Type (XKC005), the two-seater’s impressive specification includes: tubular steel spaceframe chassis, fibreglass bodywork with inset alloy louvered panels, tuned Jaguar 4.2 litre DOHC engine, four-speed manual plus overdrive transmission, fully independent suspension with adjustable coil-overs all round, vented front disc brakes with 4-pot callipers, rack and pinion steering, overhauled differential, helmet-to-helmet intercom system, 16-inch wire wheels shod with Avon radial tyres and lightweight aluminium seats etc. Understood to have covered some 4,500 post-completion miles including several European sorties but little used since its creator’s death in 2019, it is hoped that the car will possess a fresh MOT certificate by the time of sale. Worthy of close inspection and among the nicest C-Type Evocations we have offered, accompanying paperwork includes a V5C Registration Document, Agreed Value Certificate of Insurance for £60,000 and build history file.

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1951 Daimler DB18 Special Sports Drophead Coupe

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Subject to a Comprehensive Restoration Between 2009 and 2011 ESTIMATE: £30,000 - 34,000* REG NO: OSL 819 CHASSIS: D56157 Finished in Dark Blue and White paintwork with Blue upholstery this DB18 was manufactured in 1951. Fitted with the 2522cc overheadvalve straight-six engine mated the four-speed pre-selector gearbox, ‘OSL 819’ has covered just 91,573 miles recorded miles (at time of consignment) (believed) genuine. In current ownership since 2018, the DB18 was in previous long-term custodianship between 1991 and 2005. Comprehensively restored from 20092011, the paperwork is chronicled illustrating a total of 3,855 hours through the restoration costing over £120,000, with an over 100-page restoration dossier accompanying. Stripped, the chassis overhauled with the renewal of the suspension and steering bushes. The engine was overhauled including a new cylinder head and the gearbox was renovated by Whitehouse (pre-selector specialists). The Barker’s coachwork was reframed and refitted with the original panels and repainted. ‘OSL 819’ boasts innumerable new parts through the restoration, listed in the correspondence, notably including a new everflex hood and woolcloth headlining, cylinder head, electronic ignition and exhaust system. Recently ‘OSL 819’ has received new hydraulic brake seals, electric fuel pump and front tyres. Offered with a V5C and history file containing 20 MOT certificates, the aforementioned restoration correspondence and photographs, a reprint handbook and much sundry paperwork.

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1947 Morgan 4/4 Series I

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Current ownership since 1966 ESTIMATE: £26,000 - 30,000* REG NO: OAA 881 CHASSIS: 1744 Morgan made its name with its fearsome brand of three-wheelers and the 4-4 (later 4/4) was its first four-wheeled creation (4-4 signifying four wheels and four cylinders). Launched in 1936, it was initially powered by an 1122cc OISE four-cylinder Coventry Climax engine, but this was superseded in 1939 by a 1267cc Triumph unit driving through a Moss gearbox. It proved deservedly popular and, by 1939, 663 Two-Seater examples had been produced. Like its earlier brethren, the 4-4 was quick to prove its worth in competition contesting such blue riband events as the Tourist Trophy (1937) and Le Mans 24 hours (1938, 1939). Indeed, Prudence Fawcett and her co-driver Geoffrey White won their class and finished 13th overall during the 1938 running of the latter event. Finished attractively with Red coachwork and Black wings ‘OAA881’ has been in current ownership since 1966 and displays 53,368 miles. Registered new in France the Morgan was repatriated in the 1950’s. Subject to an extensive restoration in 1998 by Four Elms Morgan which included a new chassis, Ash frame and new wiring loom ‘OAA881’ has also benefited from a previous engine overhaul with the dashboard French polished by sculpture Rowland Emett. Offered with Brown logbook, collection of invoices, old MOT’s and workshop manual the vendor currently grades the engine, transmission, interior, electrical equipment, bodywork and paintwork all as ‘Very Good’.

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1976 Ferrari 308 GTB ‘Vetroresina’

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1 of Just 154 UK-Supplied Examples and Two Owners From New ESTIMATE: £90,000 - 110,000* REG NO: OPC 97R CHASSIS: 19907 Supplied new in September 1976 and registered by Maranello Concessionaires for their own use, ‘OPC 97R’ was specified in striking ‘Blu Dino’ with contrasting beige leather, ‘period’ brown carpets and air conditioning. The Egham-based home of all things Ferrari retained the car for twelve months, later selling it to Mr. Lambert of Banbury on the 18th September 1977. Paperwork on file documents a full service history - Maranello Concessionaires (1977 - 79), Modena Engineering (1979 -1981), Rardley Motors (1982 - 1993), Alscot Park Garage, later trading as Ginger Tom (c1995 - 2013) and Wren Classics (2017 - present). Seemingly retaining the majority of its factory paintwork and all-original interior; the bootlid, nearside rear wing, door, front wing and bonnet were freshened in 1989. Mr Lambert sadly suffered a spinal injury in 2016 and decided to part with the car after forty-plus years of ownership. Offered through Brightwells’ June 2017 ‘Bicester Classic and Vintage’ sale, the 308 GTB exceeded all pre-sale expectations by some margin, entering ‘the trade’ at a figure of £122,200.00 - The v5c registration document therefore lists just Mr. Lambert and one previous keeper - the supplying dealership Maranello Concessionaires. A truly unique opportunity to purchase a rare ‘dry sump’ 308 GTB with an enviable checklist - highly original ‘timewarp’ condition, finished in a rare and iconic colour, with low ownership, warranted mileage and a factory toolkit.

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1936 Railton Eight Fairmile II Drophead Coupe

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1 of just 35 known survivors and a former prize winner ESTIMATE: £30,000 - 40,000* REG NO: MG 5013 CHASSIS: 644877 A notably early Fairmile II Drophead Coupe with a side- rather than rear-mounted spare wheel, chassis 644877 was supplied new by University Motors of London and thus wears one of the ‘MG’ number plates that they effectively monopolised during the 1930s. Off the road for many years before being re-registered with the DVLA in 1983, the Railton was still very much a restoration project when acquired by the vendor’s father later that decade. A pattern maker by trade, he undertook a photographically documented body off, chassis up renovation which tested his considerable skill set to the full. Completed three decades ago with assistance from various family members, the work has stood the test of time well. The doors have begun to scuff the bottom of their apertures and there are a few cosmetic imperfections but overall you can see why the four-seater completed so many rallies and won numerous awards. Driven some thirty miles to our offices in June 2021 and starting readily for our recent photography session, ‘MG 5013’ pleasingly retains its original body plaque, Hudson ‘Power Dome’ ally cylinder head and height adjustable driver’s seat. A decidedly rare Post-Vintage Thoroughbred that is capable of keeping up with modern traffic. Offered for sale with V5C Registration Document and restoration photographs.

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1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe

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Desirable Right-Hand Drive, Home Market, Manual Example ESTIMATE: £40,000 - 50,000* REG NO: WKY 659K CHASSIS: 1S50698 By 1971, Jaguar’s jaw-dropping E-Type had been in production for a decade. Despite continual improvements, new emissions legislation in the all-important American market threatened to strangle the big cat’s performance. Jaguar responded by giving its revered sports car fresh claws in the shape of a 5343cc V12 developed from the stillborn XJ13 Le Mans project car. The new engine was both effortlessly powerful and eerily refined. With some 272bhp and 304lbft of torque on tap, the Series 3 E-Type once again had 150mph in its sights. A revised wheelbase yielded better cabin space, while a wider track front and rear, new antidive front suspension geometry and fatter tyres improved the road holding. Imbued with a more muscular stance thanks to its flared wheel-arches, re-profiled wings and larger grille, it also benefited from vented disc brakes and a restyled interior. This home-market, right-hand-drive example was manufactured in 1971. Fitted with the 5343cc V12 engine mated to the desirable manual gearbox. In current ownership since 2018, with four former keepers showing on HPI. Having covered only 35,126 miles from new (at time of consignment), the E-Type is offered with a history file that contains over 25 MOT certificates, numerous invoices, several tax discs, original handbook and current V5C. Subject to a new alternator, shock absorbers and brakes in 2018.

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1993 Vauxhall Lotus Carlton

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1 of just 284 made ESTIMATE: £38,000 - 42,000* REG NO: L753 OMP CHASSIS: SCC000019N1259307 Main dealer serviced at 1,434, 7,853, 17,726, 26,888, 35,795, 44,493 and 54,000 miles, ‘Number 866’ had covered some 57,875 miles by the time that John Farnsworth Esq. bought it from Gade Autos of Hemel Hempstead on 7th July 2001. The latter returned the super saloon to the Vauxhall network for various jobs before selling it to Hugh Garrett Esq. in 2012 at some 75,000 miles. The result of a lengthy search to find the most structurally sound example he could, ‘L753 OMP’ was sparingly used whilst part of Mr Garrett’s private collection. Purchased by the vendor because his father had already had a Lotus Carlton for many years, ‘Number 866’ still shows less than 78,000 miles to its odometer. No stranger to high performance machinery, the seller treated the Vauxhall to refurbished alloys, new Toyo Proxes T1 tyres and a professional suspension set-up. The Imperial Green metallic paintwork remains highly presentable as does the Anthracite leather upholstery (with the exception of the offside rear passenger headrest stitching). Pleasingly retaining its original space saver spare wheel, this iconic 1990s super saloon is offered for sale with original Service Literature binder, book pack, assorted invoices and MOT valid until April 2022.

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2004 Land Rover Defender 110 TD5

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Only c.52,000 Recorded Miles and Two Keepers ESTIMATE: £18,000 - 22,000* REG NO: VIG 3392 CHASSIS: SALLDHA573A647284 The Land Rover was launched in 1948 and, incredibly, production of the traditional Defender only finished in January 2016 after a continuous run of 67 years. Outwardly, there is little to distinguish the post-1983 vehicles from the Series III Land Rover. Internally, coil springs offered a more comfortable ride and a permanent four-wheel-drive system derived from the Range Rover featuring a two-speed transfer gearbox with a lockable centre differential. A modernised interior and a new series of progressively more powerful and modern engine characterised things under the skin. The Defender was fitted with an all-new 2.5-litre, five-cylinder in-line turbo/diesel engine and is mated to a five-speed manual transmission. Manufactured in 2004, the Defender was initially registered to the UK Ministry of Defence under registration number ‘AW 99 AB’. With only one subsequent keeper since leaving M.O.D ownership, the Land Rover was subsequently restored in 2020. With just 52,664 recorded miles at the time of consignment, ‘VIG 3392’ is offered with a current V5C and paperwork relating to the Land Rover’s registration to the M.O.D.

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1986 Ford Capri 2.8i

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ESTIMATE: £12,500 - 15,000* REG NO: D974 XAV CHASSIS: WF0CXXGAECGS34626 Performance flagship of the Ford Capri MKIII range, the 2.8 Injection was introduced in 1981. Powered by a lusty Cologne V6 engine allied to four-speed (and later five-speed) manual transmission, it was capable of 0-60mph in 7.8 seconds and 130mph. Finished in striking Rosso Red with Grey Recaro interior, ‘D974 XAV’ was supplied new to a certain Miss Sharp and then later owned by the engineer Ken Costello (of MGB GT V8 development fame). Accompanying paperwork includes the Ford’s first ever MOT certificate, original service book, owner’s handbook, numerous old MOTs and assorted invoices etc. Dry stored for seven years prior to being acquired by renowned car dealer, collector and historic racer John Brown in 2012, he then set about restoring the Capri. Stripped down, the bodyshell was refurbished and the mechanicals gone through. The Cologne V6 was thoroughly overhauled and tuned to develop a claimed twenty percent more power. The suspension bushes and ball joints were replaced, the interior leather re-upholstered and new tyres fitted etc. Having covered less than 1,000 miles since its refurbishment was completed in 2014, ‘D974 XAV’ remains highly presentable. The vendor informs us that this appealing ‘Fast Ford’ runs and drives well and will be presented for sale with a fresh MOT certificate.

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1989 Jaguar XJ6 Sovereign 3.6

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Ultra rare five-speed manual example ESTIMATE: £5,000 - 7,000* REG NO: JSV 515 CHASSIS: SAJJHALH7AA592352 Finished in the elegant combination of Arctic Blue Metallic with Barley leather upholstery, chassis 592352 is notable for having been specified with the larger 3.6 litre DOHC straightsix engine and Getrag five-speed manual transmission. The vast majority of XJ40s were equipped with automatic transmission and the manual gearbox, when ordered, was typically mated to the smaller 2.9 litre powerplant. Sportier and more engaging to drive than its appearance might otherwise suggest, the XJ6 was supplied new to J.H. Foster Esq by Appleyard Jaguar of Harrogate on August 1st 1989 and serviced no fewer than twenty times up to 104,800 miles (less than 100 miles ago). Presenting far better internally and externally than one might expect of a Jaguar with a six-figure odometer reading, the four-seater has obviously been much loved. Taken in and out of dehumidified dry storage over the past twenty-one years, ‘JSV 515’ passed its first MOT test in a decade with no advisories on 8th April 2021. Pleasingly retaining its original book pack and ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing appeal’, this highly unusual XJ40 would doubtless be welcome at JEC and JDC events.

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1965 Jaguar MK X 4.2 Litre

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ESTIMATE: £22,000 - 26,000* REG NO: ECA 292C CHASSIS: 1D51855BW The MK X’s wider track, lower roofline, quadruple headlamps and squat, vaned radiator grille heralded a new image for the marque. It was the first Jaguar Saloon to feature independent rear suspension, while the front had the proven set-up of double wishbones and coil springs. At launch it was powered by a 3.8-litre version of the company’s ubiquitous straightsix, DOHC XK engine. However, upgrades for 1964 included: an increase in capacity of the standard engine to 4.2-litres and a new all-synchromesh, four-speed manual gearbox. Braking was by discs all-round and power-assisted steering was standard. By the time of the 1966 London Motorshow, the range had been renamed 420G, some 5,763 of which were built before the model was superseded by the XJ6.. 1 of just 3,719 MK X 4.2 Litre cars made to RHD specification ‘ECA292C’ has had just two owners since 1997 and previously featured in Jaguar Enthusiast Monthly magazine. The subject of much past restoration work not to mention an LPG conversion and beautifully retrimmed Beige leather upholstery the MK X is offered with a history file and the vendor currently classes the engine, gearbox, interior trim, electrical equipment and bodywork, as ‘Very Good’ and the paintwork as ‘Good’.

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1973 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

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Current family ownership since 2001 ESTIMATE: £6,000 - 8,000* REG NO: SPD637L CHASSIS: SRH15394 The Shadow’s arrival in 1965 was none too soon and did much to reverse the notion that Rolls-Royce was falling behind the times. It resulted in many firsts for the company, including: unitary construction rather than separate body/ chassis units, disc rather than drum brakes and independent rear suspension. Though shorter and narrower than the Silver Cloud III it replaced, the John Polwhele Blatchleypenned newcomer nevertheless possessed greater space for both luggage and passengers and certainly boasted far more contemporary looks. At launch it was powered by a 172bhp V8 engine of 6230cc, though this was enlarged to 6750cc during 1970. The car’s famed ‘magic carpet’ ride was achieved courtesy of a high-pressure hydraulic system licensed from Citroen. Finished in Dark Blue matched to a Black leather interior ‘SPD637L’ has covered 124,900 miles from new and has been in current family ownership since 2001. Offered with a collection of invoices, drivers handbook, original sales brochure and old MOT certificates back to 1983 at 87,417 miles. Included in the sale is a detailed mechanical report from 2020 and the vendor currently grades the engine, transmission, interior, bodywork and paintwork as ‘Good’ with the electrical equipment as ‘Average’.

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1999 Jaguar XJ8 4.0

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Two former keepers and 64,000 miles from new ESTIMATE: £6,000 - 7,000* REG NO: T85 SBV CHASSIS: SAJJJALD3CH875552 Penned by Geoff Lawson and stylistically indebted to its XJ6 (X300) predecessor, the XJ8 (X308) was launched in 1997. Powered by a new generation of 3.2 or 4.0 litre AJ-V8 engines, it was a strong performer with the latter unit developing 290bhp and 290lbft; outputs sufficient for 0-60mph in 6.9 seconds and 150mph. Hailed by Motor Trend magazine as a ‘musclecar in a tuxedo . . . that gets sweeter by the mile’, the XJ8 4.0 is an undoubted modern classic. Reputedly 1 of just 8,369 XJ8 4.0 cars made, chassis SAJJJALD3CH875552was supplied new by Thornes Jaguar of Wakefield. Finished in special order Antigua Blue Metallic with Cashmere leather upholstery, its impressive specification also included an XJR-style mesh grille and factory sunroof. Retained by its first owner for eighteen years, the four-seater has covered just 64,000 miles (a figure substantiated via eight service stamps). Described by the vendor as being in ‘very good’ (bodywork, paintwork, interior trim) or ‘excellent’ (4 litre V8 engine, automatic transmission, electrical equipment), he further informs us that ‘T85 SBV’ is ‘lovely to drive with no known issues’. A stunning looking machine, it is offered for sale with book pack and ‘no advisories’ MOT certificate valid until June 2022.

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2003 Rover 75 1.8 Club SE

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36,000 miles from new ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: BG53 ARU CHASSIS: SARRJSLPB4D311886 A clean sheet design developed during BMW’s custodianship of Rover, the 75 won What Car magazine’s ‘Car of the Year’ award in 1999. Allying modern dynamics to pleasingly retro styling (both inside and out), the newcomer could be had with a range of petrol and diesel engines (1.8 – 2.5 litres) mated to either manual or automatic transmission. Available in Classic, Club or Connoisseur trim levels (with an SE variant of each), the 75 was never achieved the commercial successful it deserved. Finished in Silver with Dark Grey cloth upholstery, this particular example is described by the vendor as being in ‘very good’ (bodywork, paintwork, interior trim) or ‘excellent’ (1.8 litre engine, five-speed manual gearbox, electrical equipment) condition. Showing one former keeper on its V5C Registration Document, ‘BG53 ARU’ is warranted to have covered just 36,000 miles from new. The accompanying book pack includes a service book with four stamps, the last at 24,606 miles. Sparingly used in recent years, the Rover is said to be ‘a very good driver’ and ‘a lovely old car’. The spare wheel has never been fitted and the 75 possesses a MOT Certificate valid until December 2021. An inexpensive and practical modern classic.

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1974 Triumph TR6

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ESTIMATE: £21,000 - 24,000* REG NO: LKM 515P CHASSIS: CR60940 Originally finished in Mimosa Yellow with Chestnut Brown Ambla upholstery, the same combination it sports today, this ‘home market’ TR6 was supplied to Chichester Automobiles during June 1974. Believed but not warranted to have covered circa 68,000 miles from new, ‘LKM 515P’ has been in the current ownership since 1997. Entrusted to marque specialist TR Enterprises for a ‘no expense spared’ restoration some two years later, the opportunity was taken to incorporate a number of desirable upgrades including: a ‘fast road’ specification engine, Bosch fuel pump, polybushed suspension and Minilite-style wheels. Supporting invoices totalling in the region of £10,000 remain on file. Understood to have been regularly used and maintained since its refurbishment was completed, the Triumph is described by the vendor as being in ‘good / original’ (interior trim) or ‘very good’ (engine, gearbox, electrical equipment, bodywork, paintwork) condition. Coming to market for the first time in twenty-four years, this appealing marque specialist restored TR6 is accompanied by a history file and its original wheels.

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1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe

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1 of just 2,116 right-hand drive examples ESTIMATE: £50,000 - 55,000* REG NO: SRW486M CHASSIS: 1S52057 By 1971, Jaguar’s jaw-dropping E-Type had been in production for a decade. Despite continual improvements, new emissions legislation in the all-important American market threatened to strangle the big cat’s performance. Jaguar responded by giving its revered sports car fresh claws in the shape of a 5343cc V12 developed from the stillborn XJ13 Le Mans project car. The new engine was both effortlessly powerful and eerily refined. With some 272bhp and 304lbft of torque on tap, the Series 3 E-Type once again had 150mph in its sights. 1 of just 2,116 home-market examples ‘SRW486M’ is fitted with the desirable manual gearbox and is finished in Red matched to a Tan leather interior. Having been in current ownership since 2016 it currently displays a highly credible but unwarranted 79,790 miles. The Subject of much restoration work more recently the Jaguar has been treated to a new interior in 2013 by SGM at the cost of £6,500 plus new chrome wire wheels, attention to the brakes in 2014 and mechanical fettling in 2015 at £4,000. Offered with a collection of invoices, old MOT’s back to 1990 at 47,056 miles, reproduction handbook and Heritage Certificate the vendor currently classes the engine, gearbox and interior trim as ‘Excellent’ with the electrical equipment, bodywork and paintwork as Very Good’. A wonderful example of a series 3 Coupe.

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1994 Ford Escort RS Cosworth

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Only 36,950 Miles From New ESTIMATE: £65,000 - 75,000* REG NO: M149 NOD CHASSIS: WF0BXXGKABRM90282 The Ford Escort RS Cosworth was a rally homologation special of the fifth generation Escort. It was designed to qualify as a Group A car for the World Rally Championship, in which it competed between 1993 and 1998. It was available as a road car from 1992-96 in very limited numbers, only 7,145 vehicles were produced from the start of production on 19 February 1992 until the last car rolled out of the factory on 12 January 1996. It was instantly recognisable due to its large “whale tail” rear spoiler. The main selling point was the Cosworth YBT engine, a highly tuneable turbocharged 2-litre engine which had an output of 220 PS in standard trim. Finished in Mallard Green paintwork with Black leather Recaro LUX seats and interior upholstery, this RS Cosworth has covered just 36,950 miles from new. Having just five former keepers, the Escort is accompanied by a large history file that comprises the original service book containing four entries, handbook, original P.D.I form, additional service records, every MOT certificate since 1998, numerous tax discs and several past invoices. Recently prepared for sale by Norris Motorsport including a service and turbo removal and refit. Offered with three keys and immobiliser, the Escort is fitted with a tracker and will be provided by a fresh MOT for the sale.

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1984 Mazda RX-7

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‘Barn Find Condition’ ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: A40 FUT CHASSIS: JMZFB131200701227 Mazda first brought out their RX7 with twin-rotor Wankel engine in 1978 and, after nearly 500,000 had been sold, restyled the body along the lines of the Porsche 944, and fitted independent suspension all round and a more powerful 150bhp engine in 1985. Manufactured in 1984, this RX-7 was supplied new and first registered as a demonstrator to Robinsons Garage, Wigston, Leicestershire, being registered to them on the 13th of April 1984. Fitted with the 1.3-litre Wankel engine mated to the five-speed manual gearbox, the Mazda is finished in the colour combination of Red paintwork with Grey interior upholstery. ‘A40 FUT’ has just 80,291 miles from new (at time of consignment) and has had eight former keepers. The RX-7 is offered with the original bookpack that comprises the owners manual and stamped service book that comprises eight service records (mostly from Mazda main dealers) presented in the original Robinson’s Mazda plastic wallet, along with a selection of past MOT’s, workshop manual and a current V5C. Rediscovered following a period of unuse and subsequently offered in ‘barn find’ condition, the RX-7 is running and driving but will require recommissioning/restoring before returning to use on the road. An exciting and worthwhile project!

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1993 BMW 318is Coupe

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14,300 miles from new ESTIMATE: £6,000 - 8,000* REG NO: L332LNH CHASSIS: WBABE52030EK77374 The BMW E36 was the third generation of the ‘3’ Series compact executive cars produced by BMW. Manufactured from 1990 to 2000 the initial models were of the four-door sedan body style, followed by the coupe, convertible, touring, and compact body styles in later years. The biggest change technically from the predecessor- apart from that sleek new styling - was the fitment of a new independent rear suspension set-up, known as the Z-axle. It was a multilink setup, which helped maintain the 3-Series’ position as the market sector’s best handling car. The E36 experienced enormous success in the market and laid strong foundations for any future 3 series to come and the E36 was named in Car and Driver Magazine’s ‘10 Best Cars’ list. This delightful 318is is finished in Calypso Red and has had just two private keepers which have amassed just 14,300 miles from new. Offered with bookpack, handbooks and service book, 3 keys, collection of invoices and original sales invoice ‘L332LNH’ has received a recent BMW inspection, new auxiliary belt and new spark plugs. The vendor considers the Coupe’s engine, manual transmission, interior trim, electrical equipment all to be ‘Excellent’ with the paintwork and body work as ‘Very Good’. Offered with an MOT certificate into November 2021 this low mileage, two owner BMW could be perfect for the summer.

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2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 2S

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ESTIMATE: £18,000 - 22,000* REG NO: PX54 ENP CHASSIS: WP0ZZZ99Z5S731869 Manufactured in 2004 and supplied new to the United Kingdom, this Carrera 2S is fitted with the 3.8-litre engine naturally aspirated flat-six engine mated to the five-speed automatic gearbox. Finished in the attractive colour combination of Cobalt Blue paintwork with Black leather interior upholstery. ‘PX54 ENP’ has covered a total of 112,146 miles from new (at time of consignment) and has had just four owners. Subject to an engine overhaul in 2016 by Hartech Porsche Specialists (at c.90,500 miles) to the cost of approximately £11,000, the 911 has further benefitted from approximately £10,350 expenditure at Sports & Classic Porsche Specialists, Nether Alderley since 2019 with work comprising gearbox fettling, steering renovation, new front and rear brake lines, discs and pads, and much more. Offered with full book pack including the stamped service book which illustrates twelve service stamps, six brake fluid changes and three long-life guarantee reports, the majority being from main dealer and specialists. Last serviced by Sports and Classic in December 2020 at 111,590 miles, the Porsche is accompanied by a current V5C, a collection of invoices and past MOTs and an MOT certificate until December 2021.

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1972 Triumph TR6

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ESTIMATE: £14,000 - 18,000* REG NO: JYN 260K CHASSIS: CP75720 This UK market TR6 is the desirable 150 bhp model originally registered on 2nd March 1972 which is understood to have been enjoyed by just three former keepers. Purchased by the vendor in restored condition from TRGB Ltd during 2001, it boasts Bosch fuel injection, upgraded radiator, Lumenition electronic ignition. The engine was overhauled and balanced by Power Units of Hatfield in 2014 at which time a new clutch was fitted. Finished in Harley Davidson Orange with black interior, the hood is said to be in “good order” and the car is offered with numerous invoices (Rimmer Bros., TRGB etc,) assorted MoTs back to 1995, old insurance valuation certificates, current MoT to June 2022 and Swansea V5C. Triumph’s TR Series began with the unveiling of a prototype (the TR1) at the 1952 London Motor Show. The TR2 was launched the following year, and so began a series of twoseater sports cars that ended in 1981 with the last of the TR8s. Launched in January 1969, the TR6 featured a clever reworking of the TR4/5 bodyshell - Karmann gave the TR6 a look that was up to date. Produced until 1975 it was the last of the traditional TRs, the replacement TR7 being a very different breed of car.

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1935 Humber Snipe 80

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ESTIMATE: £15,000 - 17,000* REG NO: TJ 9421 CHASSIS: 2511779 Established in Sheffield, UK by Thomas Humber, the marque bearing his surname progressed from bicycles to its first motorcar in 1898. Its earliest production models were manufactured in Coventry and then in Beeston near Nottingham. Always a maker of luxury-class cars, Humber acquired Hillman in 1928 and soon after, Humber was in turn acquired by Rootes. Renowned for offering big-car style and sophisticated engineering with remarkably strong value for the money, Humber enjoyed particular success with its Snipe 80 of 1930-35. Understood to be 1 of just 6 known to survive ‘TJ9421’ is finished in Burgundy with Black wings and has been subject to an extensive restoration which included a new interior trim, repaint and re-chroming in c.2016. More recently subject to a new clutch, attention being paid to the braking and cooling system with an electric water pump and fan the Snipe is offered with a large collection of invoices, instruction and service manuals, technical information and old MOT certificates back to 1963. It’s no surprise the vendor currently grades the engine, transmission, interior, electrical equipment, bodywork and paintwork all as ‘Very Good’. A lovely example.

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c.1930 Morgan ThreeWheeler

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Rebodied as an ‘Aero’ model ESTIMATE: £18,000 - 22,000* REG NO: WE 9450 CHASSIS: 2482B Originally manufactured by Morgan as a ‘Family’ model and registered on 22nd August 1930, WE 9450 was purchased by the vendor’s father in 1980 as a project. Totally restored and fitted with a two-seater Aero-style body, the car was enjoyed regularly over the next thirty-five years by the owner, an enthusiastic member of the Morgan Three-Wheeler Club, along with his wife and son before eventually being laid up. It remains in good all-round condition having been dry stored but regularly turned over and is equipped with a KTW series water-cooled JAP twin and two-speed gearbox. The red leather interior and steering wheel trim are said to be “fresh and bright”, the white fairings “still crisp”, the tires “plump and grippy” and the body in “beautiful” condition. Offered with V5C and old buff logbook. An ingenious concept, HFS Morgan’s first Three-Wheeler was unveiled in 1909. Based around a tubular steel chassis frame, its low centre of gravity and advanced ‘sliding pillar’ independent front suspension offered superlative roadholding. Aero models were first advertised in 1920. With its stark yet sleek bodywork, impressive power to weight ratio and nimble handling, it was capable of embarrassing far more expensive machinery. The model continued to evolve until production ceased in 1933.

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1979 Ford Capri 2.0 GL

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A Low Mileage and Ownership Example ESTIMATE: £12,000 - 14,000* REG NO: ATH 123V CHASSIS: GAECWL148420 The Capri Mk.III was referred to internally as ‘Project Carla’, and although it was little more than an update of the Capri Mk.II, it was often referred to as the Mk.III. The first cars were available in March 1978, and sold very well initially. The new styling cues included the black ‘Aeroflow’ grille and the ‘sawtooth’ rear lamp lenses, these echoed the new design language being introduced at that time. In addition, the Mk.III featured improved aerodynamics, leading to improved performance and economy over the Mk.II and the trademark quad headlamps were introduced. The bonnet’s leading edge was pulled down over the top of the headlamps, making the appearance more aggressive. Manufactured in 1979, this Capri was supplied new to the United Kingdom and first registered on the 1st of August 1979. Fitted with the 2.0-litre straight-four Pinto engine with a four-speed manual gearbox, this example is finished in Red with a Black cloth interior upholstery. Having covered just 49,131 miles from new (at time of consignment), the Capri was retained in its first family ownership (two keepers) until 2005, by which stage the car had been laid up for a period of time. Passing through two subsequent keepers requiring restoration before entering current ownership in 2019, ‘ATH 123V’ received a comprehensive renovation which was completed in 2020.

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1966 Ford Mustang Convertible

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Former multiple Orange County Mustang Club trophy winner ESTIMATE: £25,000 - 30,000* REG NO: MDX 145D CHASSIS: 6F08T353200 Built on 18th May 1996 at Ford’s Dearborn plant as a Candy Apple Red Convertible, chassis 6F08T353200 was despatched new to the Detroit District Sales Office. Migrating to California thereafter, the four-seater had been uprated with a 302 cu in (5 litre) V8 engine and automatic transmission by the time that previous keeper, Frank Vranicar, acquired it. The winner of several first and second prize trophies at Orange County Mustang Club events between 2013 and 2015, the Convertible entered the current ownership during 2016. Relocating to the vendor’s Florida holiday home, the Ford was entrusted to Forte’s Classic Garage Inc of St Largo for over $3,000 worth of attention to its radiator, heater box, alternator, gearbox, differential, suspension and steering in August 2018 before being imported to the UK and road registered as ‘MDX 145D’ later that same year. Sparingly used by the vendor, the Ford started readily and cruised happily at 40-50mph en route to the photography location. Boasting an Edelbrock Performer 289 inlet manifold, Holley four-barrel carburettor, ‘Pony’ interior, hood cover, retro-look stereo and whitewall tyres, this former award-winning Mustang soft-top is offered for sale with V5C Registration Document, owner’s manual, history file and assorted trophies. *All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1988 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC

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ESTIMATE: £8,000 - 10,000* REG NO: F225TBD CHASSIS: WDB1260452A420008 Supplanting the 500SEC as flagship of the Mercedes-Benz C126 range, the 560SEC was launched at the September 1985 Frankfurt Motor Show. Sharing the same basic M117 engine architecture as its lesser sibling, the new model employed a longer stroke and Bosch KE 111 Jetronic ignition. Credited with some 300bhp and 325lbft of torque in non-catalyst guise, the 560SEC boasted four-speed automatic transmission as standard. Reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 6.9 seconds and 150mph, the high-performance coupe proved a rewarding and enjoyable drive thanks to its all round independent suspension (complete with back axle acceleration stabiliser), four-wheel disc brakes and power assisted steering. The fastest, most powerful MercedesBenz of its generation, the 560SEC was a strong seller with some 5,299 despatched worldwide in 1989. Finished in Diamond Blue Metallic matched with Blue velour interior trim ‘F225TBD’ has been in current ownership since 2014 and has covered 163,000 miles. The specification includes air suspension, heated memory seats, electric sunroof, tinted windows/mirrors, air conditioning, cruise control, electric rear blind. Offered complete with history file comprising of old MOTs, owner’s handbooks and V5c the vendor currently grades the engine, transmission, interior, electrical equipment, bodywork and paintwork as ‘Good’ and will be offered with a fresh MOT by the time of sale.

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1990 Jaguar XJ-S 3.6

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ESTIMATE: £5,000 - 7,000* REG NO: G616 XDU CHASSIS: SAJJNAEC3CA167947 Manufactured in 1990 and registered in the UK on the 1st of January 1990, this XJS was supplied new by Reeve & Stedeford Jaguar in Solihull. Fitted with the 3590cc 24-valve straight-six engine mated the four-speed automatic gearbox, the Jaguar is finished in Regency Red metallic paintwork with Doeskin leather and Red piping interior upholstery. ‘G616 XDU’ has covered a total of just 70,958 miles from new (at time of consignment) and has just five former keepers through its lifetime. Offered with the original book pack comprising the Service Manual, Owners Handbook, Service Book, Extended Guarantee Guide, Sales & Service International Book, Sound System Operation Guide and European Assistance Guide, all presented in its Jaguar wallet, the XJS’s service book displays twelve main dealer service stamps accounting for the period until ‘G616 XDU’ entered storage in 1997. Recommissioned in 2017, the XJS entered current ownership in 2018 and has resided in said private collection since. Subject to a full service, new fan belts and new front and rear brake pads in 2018, ‘G616 XDU’ has further benefitted from front shock absorbers in 2021. Offered with a current V5C and an MOT certificate until March 2022.

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1999 Rover 214 IS

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Only 18,772 Miles From New ESTIMATE: NO RESERVE* REG NO: T233 TUY CHASSIS: SARRFNWHBXD371190 The R3 200-series was, by and large, an all-new car, although some elements of the previous incarnation were carried over (most notably the front structure, heater, steering and front suspension). The seventh-best selling new car between 1996 and 1998, the popularity tailed towards the end of production but are now an emerging practical classic. Manufactured in 1999, this 214 SE is understood to have been supplied new by Three Counties Garage Rover of Malvern, being registered on the 22nd of March 1999, it is fitted with the 1.4-litre K-series straight-four engine mated to the five-speed manual gearbox. Finished in the colour combination of Hawaiian Blue metallic paintwork with Ash Grey cloth interior upholstery, ‘T233 TUY’ has covered an incredibly low mileage of 18,772 miles from new (at time of consignment). Having just four former keepers, with the Rover has been in current registered ownership since 2017. The 214 IS unusually retains the original main dealer front number plate and rear window sticker. ‘T233 TUY’ is offered with a stamped service book that illustrates two early service records, a large selection of MOT history, an MOT until June 2022 and a current V5C. One for the classic Rover or British car collector!

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1999 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante

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ESTIMATE: £24,000 - 28,000* REG NO: V508 FLM CHASSIS: SCFAB3235YK400130 Aston Martin’s fastest ever convertible when launched at the 1999 Geneva Salon, the DB7 Vantage Volante was powered by a 6-litre V12 engine developing some 420bhp and 400lbft. Reputedly capable of 165mph and 0-60mph in 5 seconds, just 2,046 were made. Manufactured in 1999 and delivered new via Aston Martin Wilmslow, V508 FLM is presented in the extremely rare Coniston Silver with contrasting light grey leather interior with black piping. This particular example was purchased in September 2018 by its current owner via Aston Martin Nottingham for the sum of £37,000 and currently displays 17,100 miles from new, with 2 former keepers on the v5 document. V508 FlM was subject expenditure totalling £4106 with McGurk Performance Cars in May 2020 and is offered with an MOT valid until 22 May 2022. The vendor rates the condition of the bodywork, engine, paintwork, electrical equipment, transmission and interior trim all as ‘Excellent’. Included is the original owners guide complete with service pages and a small collection of invoices since its purchase in 2018. Please note that V508 FLM has been registered as Category N due to a flood in the facility the car was stored in. Included is an independent report stating the vehicle was ‘’incorrectly categorised’’ and that there was ‘’no evidence of flood damage’’. *All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 12.5% (+ VAT)

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1978 MG B Roadster

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ESTIMATE: £5,000 - 7,000* REG NO: DLG 813S CHASSIS: GHN5-458158G This MG B was manufactured in 1978 and was registered new in the United Kingdom on the 12th of April 1978. Fitted with the 1798cc straight-four engine and four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive, the Roadster was originally finished in white, however, when restored was changed to the current Porsche red with black interior upholstery. ‘DLG 813S’ entered into current ownership in 2007 and has a recorded mileage of 27,367 miles at the time of consignment. ‘DLG 813S’ was in the previous custodianship from 2002 and in 2004 the then owner embarked on a comprehensive restoration of the Roadster. The MG was changed from the original rubber-bumper configuration to the chrome bumper style as well as the colour change from white to red. The MG has benefitted from being provided with a new starter motor, wiper motor and an overhauled fuel pump in 2021 as well as being serviced in 2018 with minimal mileage since. Offered with a large history file which comprises the restoration photographs; numerous invoices from the restoration; a vast quantity of invoices from subsequent years; several past MOT certificates and a current V5C.

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2000 Jaguar XK8 Convertible

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46,900 miles from new ESTIMATE: £11,000 - 13,000* REG NO: X293NSE CHASSIS: SAJAC42M61NA15162 Living up to expectations can be a burden. Consider the handsome Geoff Lawson-penned XK8 that followed in the wheel tracks of such automotive icons as the XK120 and immortal E-type. Like the E-Type before it, the XK8 made its debut at the Geneva Salon in 1996 and, from launch, was available in either Coupe or Convertible guise. Like its immediate predecessor, the XJS, the original XK8 was more of a Grand Tourer than an outright sports car. It also had the distinction of being the first Jaguar to be powered by an eight-cylinder engine. Before 2003, the power came from either a normally aspirated (XK8) or supercharged (XKR) 4.0-litre version of the V8 AJ26 engine. This home market 2000 Convertible sports Blue Metallic bodywork teamed with Ivory leather and ‘Classic’ wood interior and is equipped with automatic transmission. Having covered just 46,900 miles from new ‘X293NSE’ has benefited from the coils being replaced and also waxoyled in 2019. Offered with owners handbook, service book, collection of invoices, MOT history and V5c document. The vendor currently classes the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, electrical equipment, V8 engine and gearbox as all being in ‘Very Good’ order and is offered with a no advisory’ MOT into August 2021. A rare opportunity.

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1949 MG TC

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ESTIMATE: £18,000 - 22,000* REG NO: DJN 146 CHASSIS: TC8986 The TC Midget was the first postwar MG. Launched in 1945, it sold exceptionally well, with immense interest in the United States to the point it is stated the TC was responsible for starting the American craze for the British Sportscar. 10,001 TCs were produced with notable owners including HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, who owned one before marrying Queen Elizabeth in 1947. ‘DJN 146’ is a desirable home market MG TC manufactured and registered in 1949 and presented in Primrose Yellow with contrasting red leather interior. This particular example has been in the same family ownership for nearly 60 years, having been purchased by the current owner’s father in 1963, before being sold to his uncle around 1990 and subsequently restored in 1991. ‘DJN 146’ has covered under 500 miles since and now belongs to his nephew. The vendor rates the condition of the bodywork, engine, transmission and gearbox and interior trim as ‘Very Good’ with the paintwork and electrical equipment as ‘Good’. Included with the vehicle is a folder of paperwork including a number of invoices and workshop manuals, and not photographed but also included are side screens. Please note that the speedometer and rev counter are not currently working and will need investigating.

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1997 BMW 728i

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Only 31,600 miles from new ESTIMATE: £6,000 - 7,000* REG NO: R343 OES CHASSIS: WBAGE220X0DJ82854 Styled in-house by Boyke Boyer, BMW’s third generation (E38) 7-Series is widely regarded as its best looking to date. Introduced in 1994, the newcomer was the first production car to feature curtain airbags. Notably more engaging to drive than its Audi and Mercedes-Benz rivals, the E38’s popularity was boosted by starring roles in ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ (with Pierce Brosnan’s James Bond), ‘The Transporter’, ‘Enemy of the State’, ‘The Game’ and ‘Transformers’ etc. Finished in the handsome combination of Arctic Silver with Marine Blue leather upholstery, ‘R343 OES’ is described by the vendor as being in ‘very good’ (bodywork, paintwork, interior trim) or ‘excellent’ (2.8 litre engine, automatic gearbox, electrical equipment) condition. Supplied new by Grassicks Garage Ltd of Perth on 22nd August 1997, the BMW is warranted to have covered just 31,600 miles from new. Still wearing ‘Grassicks’ number plates, the 728i boasts nine service stamps (five main dealer and four specialist) in its service book. Said to be ‘a superb driving car with no known issues and a lovey interior’, we are further informed that ‘R343 OES’ comes with its full book pack, numerous old MOTs / service invoices, tool kit and a fresh MOT certificate valid until June 2022.

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2002 Bentley Arnage R

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ESTIMATE: £15,000 - 17,000* REG NO: DF52AZO CHASSIS: SCBLC37F53CH09015 The Bentley Arnage and its Rolls-Royce sibling, the Silver Seraph, were phased in during the spring of 1998 as replacements for derivatives of the long-serving Mulsanne (Bentley) and Silver Spirit (Rolls-Royce). The bodies for the new cars were built at the Bentley factory in Crewe. The Red label gave way to the Arnage R in 2002. In common with the long wheelbase RL launched the previous year, it was powered by a completely reworked version of Bentley’s venerable 6.75-litre V8 engine. Courtesy of Bosch Motronic engine management and a pair of Garrett T3 turbochargers it produced 399bhp and a whopping 616 lb ft of torque. The handsome 2002 Arnage R on offer has covered 82,700 miles from new and is finished in the stately combination of Green bodywork teamed with Green hide upholstery and lustrous wood trim. Offered complete with bookpack and well stamped service book and an MOT certificate valid into October 2021 the vendor currently grades the engine, transmission, interior, electrical equipment, bodywork and paintwork all as ‘Good’. These lovely handmade Saloons continue to represent amazing value for money in today’s market.

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1980 MG B Roadster

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Only 5,390 Miles From New ESTIMATE: £10,000 - 12,000* REG NO: MGW 503W CHASSIS: GVADJ1AG518201 This final year-produced MGB Roadster was registered in the UK on the 28th of August 1980 and is fitted with the 1.8-litre straight-four engine mated to the four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive. Finished in the attractive colour combination of Vermilion paintwork with Silver/Grey cloth interior upholstery and a Black hood. ‘MGW 503W’ has a remarkable recorded mileage of 5,390 miles from new (at time of consignment) and while there regretfully is no supporting paperwork with the MGB, it is H&H’s opinion that the condition warrants the mileage (please make your own enquiries regarding this). Entering current family ownership in approximately 2000 (although not transferred into his company name until 2005), the B has been displayed by the vendor’s late father in his showroom (where pictured) since c.2000, alongside a c.150miles Triumph Stag and c.160-miles Mini Cooper. The MG had one previous private keeper from new and is offered in running and driving condition, although would benefit from some light recommissioning due to the lack of use over the past approximately twenty-one years. Accompanied by a current V5C, original jack and a past logbook.

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1988 BMW 635 CSi Highline

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ESTIMATE: £14,000 - 18,000* REG NO: F600 NAN CHASSIS: WBAEC820908188007 A natural rival to the 928 and XJS, the four-seater 6-series proved more capacious than the Porsche and sportier than the Jaguar. Immediately recognisable thanks to its distinctive ‘shark nose’ frontal styling and thin pillared glasshouse it boasts real road presence. An impression backed up by the various versions of BMW’s mighty M30, SOHC straight-six engine fitted throughout the range. Second only to the BMW Motorsport tuned M6 version, the 635CSi’s 3430cc unit developed some 216bhp. This 635 CSi was manufactured in 1988 and was supplied new to the United Kingdom. Fitted with the 3430cc straightsix engine mated to the automatic transmission. Finished in the attractive colour combination of Delphine Grey paintwork with Grey full-leather interior upholstery with electric Recaro sports seats. ‘F600 NAN’ has covered a total of 135,419 miles from new (at time of consignment), although only c.10,000 of those miles have been across the last fourteen years. Entering current ownership in 2014, the BMW has had ten former keepers. Last serviced at approximately 134,000 miles, the BMW has further benefitted from approximately £1,260 expenditure at Moorland Classic Cars in June 2021 and is offered with current V5C, a collection of invoices and past MOTs and an MOT certificate until April 2022.

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1969 Jaguar 240

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ESTIMATE: £8,000 - 10,000* REG NO: LPV916G CHASSIS: 1J3802DN In the Autumn of 1967, the MkII range - less the discontinued 3.8 - morphed into the interim 240 and 340 models intended to bridge the gap prior to the launch of the XJ6 in September 1968. The 240 continued as a budget model until April 1969. Output was increased from 120 bhp at 5,750 rpm to 133 bhp at 5,500 rpm and torque was increased. There was a slight reshaping of the rear body and slimmer bumpers with over-riders were fitted. This RHD, manual overdrive example, is finished in Grey Metallic matched to a Blue interior. Having been in current ownership since 2015 and displaying 49,600 miles ‘LPV916G’ has been the subject of much expenditure which includes electronic ignition, new water pump, alternator conversion, new carburettors, new wire wheels, updated stereo and parrot phone kit all done during the vendor’s ownership. Subject to £400 worth of mechanical fettling last year and understood to have received previous work to the engine the Jaguar is offered with a large collection of invoices and old MOT certificates dating back to 1993 and the vendor currently grades the engine, transmission, interior and electrical equipment all as Very Good’ with the bodywork and paintwork as ‘Good’. Although exempt ‘LPV916G’ is offered with an MOT certificate into October 2021.

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1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II Anniversary

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One of Just 75 UK-Supplied Anniversary Examples ESTIMATE: £24,000 - 28,000* REG NO: FGL 291V CHASSIS: SRH38062 The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II Anniversary was launched in 1979 to commemorate Rolls-Royce’s 75 years of existence. Instantly recognisable by red badges on the grille, boot lid and featured plaque in the glove compartment of the dashboard. Manufactured in 1979, this right-hand drive, UK-supplied Anniversary is fitted with the 6750cc V8 engine mated to the automatic gearbox. Finished in the attractive colour combination of Walnut paintwork with Beige leather interior upholstery. ‘FGL 291V’ has covered just 60,712 miles from new (at time of consignment) and has had just four previous keepers. One of just 212 Anniversary examples made to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Rolls-Royce, and only 75 manufactured for the home-market (as per the plaque in the glove compartment), SRH38062 is the second chassis number of all the Anniversary examples produced. Offered with a large collection of past MOTs and invoices, the mostly complete book-pack and toolkit. Subject to engine fettling in 2016 by Perranwell Garage (a Morgan main dealer) to the cost of approximately £1,740, the Rolls-Royce has further benefited from a reconditioned actuator assembly and new bonnet and boot seals in 2019. A rare example of the Anniversary cars.

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1964 Triumph Spitfire MK1 Special

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ESTIMATE: £8,000 - 10,000* REG NO: 695 CRK CHASSIS: FC26443 This amazing wooden-bodied Special was built on the underpinnings of a 1964 Triumph Spitfire Mk1. The builder, Roger Cawthorne, wishing to showcase his woodworking talents created the 1930s style coachwork from teak, yew and mahogany with brass rivet fixings. The wood has a varnished finish which the vendor reapplied in 2017. Purchased by him in 1989 from a gentleman who never registered the car having bought it from Mr Cawthorne (hence the builder is shown as the previous owner on the V5), ‘Woody’ was used for fun and to attend Triumph club meetings before being laid up due to a growing family. As testament to the craftsmanship involved it won the Specials Section of the Triumph Sports Six Club International Concours in 1990 and has been featured in the TSSC magazine ‘Courier’. The car retains the original Spitfire chassis, 1147cc engine, gearbox and running gear and features a number of one-off custom parts including windscreen, brightwork, radiator, grille, lights, interior, dash, mudguards, exhaust, handbrake, chrome sidesteps and tonneau cover finished in green vinyl to match the seats. Offered with Swansea V5, this unique special is MoT exempt and offered with some photographs of the original build plus sundry correspondence. We are advised the registered mileage of just 5,500 is evidenced by the MoT certificate record.

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1986 BMW 316

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One previous owner and 64,700 miles ESTIMATE: £5,500 - 6,500* REG NO: C479 LFM CHASSIS: WBAAC52000059054 Styled by Claus Luthe who had also been responsible for penning the NSU Ro80, the E30-generation of BMW’s longrunning 3-Series has become a cult classic. The entry level model - the 316 - was introduced in 1982 and powered by a free-revving 1766cc SOHC engine that developed some 89bhp and 103lbft of torque. Weighing just under 1000kg, the 316 was surprisingly sprightly with a quoted 109mph top speed. Facelifted in 1987, saloon versions of the E30 remained in production until 1991. Finished in Lapis Blue with Blue cloth upholstery, ‘C479 LFM’ was supplied new to its previous keeper by Red Rose BMW of Chester. Warranted to have covered just 64,700 miles (a figure substantiated by nineteen main dealer and specialist service stamps), the 316 pleasingly retains its original book pack, dealer plates and two keys. Riding on recently refurbished alloy wheels shod with fresh tyres, the four-door saloon is described by the vendor as being in ‘excellent overall’ condition with regards to its engine, five-speed manual gearbox, electrical equipment, bodywork, paintwork and interior trim. A true timewarp that seemingly still wears the majority of its factory paint and boasts an unusually well preserved interior, ‘C479 LFM’ is worthy of close inspection.

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2001 Land Rover Defender 90 TD5

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ESTIMATE: £6,000 - 8,000* REG NO: FKZ 4670 CHASSIS: SALLDVA87YA196342 The Land Rover was launched in 1948 and, incredibly, production of the traditional Defender only finished in January 2016 after a continuous run of 67 years. Outwardly, there is little to distinguish the post-1983 vehicles from the Series III Land Rover. Internally, coil springs offered a more comfortable ride and a permanent four-wheel-drive system derived from the Range Rover featuring a two-speed transfer gearbox with a lockable centre differential. A modernised interior and a new series of progressively more powerful and modern engine characterised things under the skin. The Defender was fitted with an all-new 2.5-litre, five-cylinder inline turbo/diesel engine and is mated to a five-speed manual transmission. Manufactured in 2001, the Defender was first UK registered in February that year. With just six former keepers and a recorded mileage of 88,613 miles at the time of consignment. PLEASE NOTE: There is no V5C present with this lot, the new owner will need to apply.

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1982 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit

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Only c.19,600 Miles and One Family Ownership From New ESTIMATE: £16,000 - 20,000* REG NO: MHB 322X CHASSIS: SCAZS0005BCH03462 The Fritz Feller-penned Silver Spirit debuted at the 1980 Paris Salon. It was not entirely new, however, and employed the floorplan of the outgoing model as well as its proven OHV 6750cc V8 powerplant. The opulent incomer was lower and longer than the Silver Shadow and featured a considerably larger glass area. Courtesy of its finely-tuned Girling hydraulic self-leveling suspension, it was said to provide the best roadholding ever offered by the marque. There were a total of four iterations of the Silver Spirit, via which it remained in production until 1998. Finished in two-tone Ice Green over Forest Green paintwork with Green leather interior upholstery and was supplied new Howells of Cardiff on the 4th of January. ‘MHB 322X’ has covered just 19,642 miles (atoc) from new and has been in one family ownership since new, (three keepers are showing on the logbook). The accompanying service book contains eleven entries (many from main dealers), with further service records from Hanwells Rolls-Royce accompanying. Following a period unused between 2014 and 2020, the Rolls-Royce was subject to works totalling approximately £7,400 during 2020 at Hanwells Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialists. Provided with an MOT certificate until November 2021 and a current V5C.

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2005 Porsche 911 Carrera

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48,600 miles from new ESTIMATE: £30,000 - 35,000* REG NO: EU54 CXN CHASSIS: WP0ZZZ99Z5S700750 First registered on January 14th 2005, this exceptional ‘C16’ 997 Carrera has covered just 48,600 miles from new in the hands of three careful owners. To purist specification – i.e. rear-wheel drive, manual and with far fewer driver aids than a current 911 – it also benefits from the less bore-scoreprone 3.6 litre engine which was treated to a new clutch, battery and replacement IMS and RMS bearings in February 2021. Finished in the sought-after combination of Seal Grey metallic with Black leather upholstery, ‘EU54 CXN’ boasts a Porsche switchable exhaust, Navigation DVD Europe, heated 16-way adaptive sport seats and Xenon headlights not to mention the desirable Sport Chrono Plus pack comprising a dashboard-mounted stopwatch and sport button that simultaneously stiffens the suspension, tightens the throttle response and slackens the traction control. Serviced at 4,323, 8,687, 14,013, 16,621, 17,220, 17,761, 30, 134, 46,701 and 48,358 miles (seven main dealer, two specialist), the 911 is worthy of close inspection. More of a Ferrari man, the vendor was drawn to ‘EU54 CXN’ by its condition. Said to be a potential concours contender, it is offered for sale with book pack, tailored indoor and outdoor car covers, embroidered mats, standard exhaust, tool kit and passenger door umbrella etc.

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1957 Triumph TR3

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UK-Supplied and Three Owners From New ESTIMATE: £20,000 - 23,000* REG NO: YYA 377 CHASSIS: TS17027 This TR3 was manufactured in 1957 and was supplied new in right-hand-drive to the United Kingdom on 1st June 1957. Fitted with the 1991cc straight-four engine with manual transmission, the Triumph is finished in Red with complimenting Black with White-piped leather interior upholstery. ‘YYA 377’ has covered a recorded mileage of 61,372 miles (at time of consignment) and has reportedly had only three keepers from new, with the first two retaining the car for long periods before the Triumph entered the current ownership in 2016. Understood to have been used for competition earlier in its life, the TR3 has several uprated parts. Provided with a new tonneau cover in 2017 along with a renewed carburettor jet and engine servicing costing c.£1,150, the Triumph was subsequently serviced again in 2018. Subject to much work in 2020 at the cost of £1,275 which comprised carburettor overhaul, choke adjustment, renewed ignition coil and condenser, an overhauled front brake calliper and further brake fettling, ‘YYA 377’ is offered with a history file which comprising the original handbook, current V5C and past logbook copies plus a selection of invoices and several past MOT certificates.

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Uplift - From £175 Storage - £10 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and £30 per week or part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice).

Motorcycles Uplift - From £60 Storage - £5 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and £12 per week or part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice). Bicycles Uplift - £20 Storage - £3 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and £8 per week of part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice).

Automobilia/Motobilia Charges for these items are determined by size and weight: ‘A’ - the standard charge and will not be marked in the sales catalogue - £8 uplift and £1 per day storage (subject to change without notice). ‘B’ - larger items and marked * in the sales catalogue - £20 uplift, £2 per day storage (subject to change without notice).


‘C’ - the largest items marked ** in the sales catalogue - £50 uplift, £5 per day storage (subject to change without notice). ‘R’ - items needing to be ‘Referred’ for individual quotations marked ‘R’ in the sales catalogue (subject to change without notice). Hammer Price means the price in £ sterling at which a Lot is knocked down by the Auctioneer to the Buyer at the fall of the hammer.

rates are as follows: Motor Cars 12.5% to the Buyer, 5% to the Seller (minimum £150 to both parties) Entry Fee

£100 for a standard catalogue entry £200 for a premium catalogue entry £400 for a deluxe catalogue entry

respect of the Lot sold plus the Buyer’s commission and additional charges and expenses due from a defaulting Buyer under these Conditions plus VAT chargeable on any of them expressed in £ sterling. Usual Charges means the total of the Commissions, Entry Fees and any other reasonable costs and expenses plus VAT payable thereon. VAT means UK Value Added Tax at the prevailing rate from time to time.

Motorcycles Lot means any item or items consigned with a view to its or their sale at auction. Premises means the place at which the Auctioneer are conducting that particular sale. Reserve means the minimum Hammer Price (if any) agreed between the Auctioneer and the Seller at which the Lot may be sold.

15% to the Buyer, 10% to the Seller (minimum £50 to both parties) Entry Fee

£50 for a standard catalogue entry £100 for a premium catalogue entry £150 for a deluxe catalogue entry

Registration Numbers

The Sale means the auction sale in respect of which the Lot is consigned for sale.

12.5% to the Buyer, 10% to the Seller (minimum £50 to both parties)

Sale Proceeds means the net amount payable by the Auctioneer to the Seller being the Hammer Price less the sum of the commission, the expenses, the entry fee (if not already paid) and the VAT chargeable on any of them.

Entry fee

£50

Bicycles 15% to the Buyer (minimum of £5)

Seller means the person who offers the Lot for sale whether or not he is the true owner. Seller’s Commission means commission payable by the Seller pursuant to Condition 6. Stated rates means the usual rates of Commission, Entry Fees and any other charges for the time being plus the VAT chargeable on any of them. The current

Seller’s charges available on application Automobilia/Motobilia 15% to the Buyer (minimum of £5) Seller’s charges available on application Total amount due means the Hammer Price in

Vehicles includes, where appropriate, incomplete vehicles. CONDITIONS MAINLY CONCERNING SELLERS AND CONSIGNORS 1.1  An Entry Form in respect of each Lot must be completed fully and accurately, with an honest description of the Lot, signed and dated by the Seller and accompanied by the Entry Fee, when the Lot is entered. The Auctioneer may at any time ratify an incomplete form. 1.2  Any documentation pertaining to the Lot must be sent with the Entry Form to the Auctioneer’s office, or in any event delivered with the Lot to the Premises. The Contract between the Seller and the Auctioneer will be formed when the Auctioneer receives a signed Entry Form for the Lot, whether by hand, post, fax, email or by any other means, and whether or not the Entry Fee for that Lot has been paid, and whether or not the Form has been signed by the Auctioneer. 1.3  All relevant matters pertaining to the Lot such as a financial encumbrance, serious accident damage or other factors affecting value which are known to the Seller must be stated on the Entry Form. If a sale is

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lost because of the failure of the Seller to disclose to the Auctioneer all information which may reasonably be expected to affect the provenance, title, value or any other aspect of the Lot, the Auctioneer will charge and the Seller must pay the stated rates (both to Seller and Buyer) plus VAT. 1.4  If the Seller wishes to retain the registration number of a Lot, it is the Seller’s responsibility to notify the Auctioneer in writing on the Entry Form. It is the Seller’s responsibility to take all necessary steps to ensure that the current registration number is retained and a new number allocated prior to the Lot being sold. If the Seller does not do so, the Auctioneer shall not be responsible for any loss or damage whatsoever and howsoever arising out of the Seller’s loss of the right to the registration number following the sale of the Lot. 2.1  The Auctioneer shall have absolute discretion whether or not to accept any Lot for sale and shall be entitled to select the auction place, date, catalogue placement and photographs for the Lot. 2.2  The Seller gives the Auctioneer full and absolute right to photograph and illustrate any Lot placed in its hands for sale, and to use such photographs and illustrations as are provided by the Seller at any time at its absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with the Sale), with indemnity against copyright infringement. 2.3  The Seller is wholly responsible for the factual accuracy of, and for any judgments or opinions expressed in, the catalogue description of each Lot entered by him, and for any error, misstatement or omission of information in that description. Whether the description has been prepared by the Auctioneer or the Seller, a copy of the typed text will be provided

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to the Seller within a reasonable time prior to the Auction, and unless the Seller reacts with comments or changes prior to the Auction, the Auctioneer may treat that description as accepted by the Seller. 3.1  The Seller warrants to the Auctioneer and to the Buyer either that he is the true owner of the Lot or that he is duly authorised to sell the Lot by the true owner, and is able to transfer or procure transfer of good and marketable title to the Lot free from a third party claims or encumbrances. 3.2  In the event of an unsettled hire purchase, finance agreement or any other charge or lien affecting the Lot, the Auctioneer reserves the right to settle the amount due of such charges not exceeding the Sale Proceeds and if the Sale Proceeds are less than the charges outstanding the Seller will be responsible for the settlement of the balance forthwith. There will be a charge of £75 plus VAT for this service. 3.3  Each Lot, in the condition as described on the Entry Form, and with all keys, spare or extra items and documents shall be delivered to the Premises at the expense of the Seller. The Seller of a Lot not held by the Auctioneer at the Premises or under its control warrants and undertakes to the Auctioneer that the Lot will be made available and in a deliverable state at the time stated by the Auctioneer. 3.4  The Seller shall indemnify both the Auctioneer, its Employees and Agents, and the Buyer separately, against all payments, costs, expenses, demands, or any loss or damage whatsoever and wheresoever incurred or suffered by any of them in respect of any breach of these Conditions on the part of the Seller. 4.1  The Seller shall be entitled, prior to the sale to

place a Reserve on any Lot, this being the minimum Hammer Price at which the Auctioneer is authorised to sell that Lot and to make its usual charges. A Reserve once placed by the Seller shall not be changed without the consent of the Auctioneer. 4.2  The Auctioneer may, at its option, sell the Lot at a Hammer Price below the Reserve but in any such case the Sale Proceeds to which the Seller is entitled shall be the same as if the sale had been at Reserve. 4.3  Where no Reserve has been placed on the Lot the Auctioneer shall in no way be liable should the Lot be purchased for a price below the lowest estimated selling price. In any event, any written or oral estimate of likely selling price given by the Auctioneer is an expression of opinion only and may not be relied upon by the Seller nor give rise to any claim. 4.4  If a Reserve is placed by the Seller in a currency other than Pounds Sterling, such a Reserve shall be calculated and converted into Sterling at the spot rate of exchange quoted to the Auctioneer by the National Westminster Bank Plc at close of business on the last banking day prior to the date of the Sale. The certificate in writing of the Auctioneer as to such rate shall be conclusive. 4.5  Where a Reserve has been placed, only the Auctioneer may bid on that Lot on behalf of the Seller. Should the Seller buy in his own Lot, the Seller must pay to the Auctioneer its stated rates (both Seller and Buyer) before the Lot is removed. 5.1  The Seller may by notice to the Auctioneer withdraw the Lot from the Auction. If the Seller does so he shall be liable to pay the Auctioneer the stated rate of the Seller’s and Buyer’s commission


calculated on the estimated value of the Lot that the Auctioneer would have received had the Lot been sold for the estimated value. For the purposes of this clause the estimated value shall be the higher of:(a) the Seller’s estimate of value as previously notified to the Auctioneer or if more than one figure the highest figure or if none; (b) the value estimated in the catalogue or if more than one figure is given the highest figure, or if none, (c) the Auctioneer’s reasonable estimate of its value; (d) plus VAT on such fee in either case and expenses; 5.2  In the event that the Seller withdraws the Lot from the Auction the Seller shall arrange for the collection/removal of the Lot at his own expense within 2 working days after the date of withdrawal provided that the Seller may not collect the Lot unless or until any withdrawal fee payable under Conditions 5.1 shall have been paid in full and any storage charges have been met by the Seller. 6.  The Seller authorises the Auctioneer to deduct from the Hammer Price commission at the Stated Rate subject to the relevant minimum commission for each Lot, plus Expenses and VAT on both. The Seller acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to charge and retain the Buyer’s Premium also in accordance with Condition 14. 7.  The Seller of a Lot which is a road going means of transport warrants and undertakes to the Auctioneer that, as at the date of the Sale, either: (a) the Lot will be VAT paid in the EU and registered in the UK, will be lawfully usable on the public road,

complying with the provisions of current Road Traffic Legislation and all relevant regulations made thereunder and any statutory modifications thereof, and there is or will be in force an MOT Certificate required in relation to such use; or (alternatively) (b) the Seller has notified the Auctioneer that the Lot does not or will not meet these requirements, and cannot legally be used on the road. 8.  The Seller hereby agrees to indemnify the Auctioneer, its Agents and Employees against any and all claims, liability or damage and all related costs and expenses arising out of the proper execution by the Auctioneer of their obligations to the Seller under these Conditions, and in particular against any liability or claim which may be incurred by the Auctioneer as a result of any defect in the Lot, whether proving dangerous to human life or health or otherwise giving rise to a claim against the Auctioneer, or as a result of any default by the Seller or any breach of any of the warranties or undertakings herein by the Seller. 9.1  Where any Lot fails to sell, the Auctioneer shall notify the Seller accordingly. The Seller shall make arrangements either for the Auctioneer to re-offer that Lot for sale, or forthwith to collect the Lot and to pay the Expenses. If such arrangements are not made: (a) by 1pm on the day following the date of the Sale, the Seller shall be responsible for the costs of any removal, storage and other expenses related to that Lot; (b) within 3 months after formal notification by the Auctioneer to the Seller, the Auctioneer shall have the right (pursuant to the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 or any legislation that re-enacts or replaces

it) to sell the Lot by private treaty or at public auction without reserve and to deduct from the Hammer Price or price received any sum owing to the Auctioneer including (without limitation) removal, storage and insurance expenses, the Expenses of both auctions, Commission at the Stated Rate on the sale and all other reasonable expenses, before remitting the balance to the Seller; or if he cannot be traced, placing it in a bank account in the name of the Auctioneer on behalf of the Seller. 9.2  If the Seller later sells the Lot as a result of its exposure at the auction the Auctioneer will be entitled to their normal commission. In any event the Auctioneer will be entitled to try and effect a sale as the Seller’s agent within 14 days after the date of the auction (that time limit does not apply to a sale by the Seller). If the Auctioneer does so sell the Lot, they will also be entitled to their normal commission. 10.1  Where a Lot is sold, the Auctioneer shall initiate payment, by bank transfer, of the Sale Proceeds to the Seller 14 days after the Auctioneers have received in cleared funds the Total Amount Due from the Buyer. Should no bank details be provided by the seller, the Auctioneer will effect payment by sending its cheque, drawn in favour of the Seller, 14 days after receipt of cleared funds, by first class mail at the Seller’s risk. 10.2  If before the Total Amount Due is paid by the Buyer (whether or not because the Auctioneer has given credit terms to the Buyer) the Auctioneer pays to the Seller an amount equal to the net Sale Proceeds, title in the Lot shall pass from the Seller to the Auctioneer. 10.3 In the case of overseas Sellers, the Sale Proceeds will be paid to the Seller either in Sterling

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or in such other currency available to the Auctioneer as may have been agreed in writing between the Seller and the Auctioneer before the date of the Sale. The Auctioneer shall calculate the rate of exchange for the Sale Proceeds by reference to the spot rate of exchange quoted by the National Westminster Bank Plc at close of business on the date of the Sale, whichever is more favourable to the auctioneer. 10.4  If the Auctioneer receives notice of any dispute related to a sold Lot before the Sale Proceeds have been remitted to the Seller, the Auctioneer may withhold payment from the Seller until it thinks fit or until the Dispute is resolved, whichever is earlier. 10.5 The Auctioneer retains the right to withhold partial or total payment for any Lot if items committed to the Sale by the Seller and sold as part of the Lot, including any relevant documents, have not been delivered by the Seller. 10.6 The Seller shall maintain their insurance of the Lot until they are in receipt of the Sale Proceeds 11.1 If the Buyer fails to pay the Auctioneer the total Amount due within 21 days after the Sale, the Auctioneer will notify the Seller and take the Seller’s instructions as to the appropriate course of action. So far as in the Auctioneer’s opinion it is practicable, the Auctioneer will at the Seller’s expense assist the Seller to recover the Total Amount Due from the Buyer, but the Auctioneer shall be under no obligation to institute proceedings in its own name. 11.2  If circumstances outside the Auctioneer’s control do not permit the Auctioneer to take instructions from the Seller, the Seller hereby authorises the Auctioneer, at the Seller’s expense, to agree special terms for payment of the total

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Amount Due; to remove, store and insure the Lot sold; to settle claims made against the Buyer or the Seller on such terms as the Auctioneer shall in its absolute discretion think fit; to take such steps as are necessary to collect the monies due by the Buyer to the Seller; and if necessary to rescind the sale and refund money to the Buyer. CONDITIONS MAINLY CONCERNING THE BUYER 12.1  Any motor vehicle is sold as a collector’s item and not as a means of transport. Buyers are specifically warned that any vehicle sold as such may well have had parts replaced and paint renewed or be made up of parts from other vehicles the condition of which may be difficult to establish. The Auctioneer has to rely on information as to the date, condition and authenticity provided by the Seller and does not provide its own description, and does not and cannot undertake its own inspection of vehicles or other Lot and it is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that the Lot conforms to the description in the catalogue. The Auctioneer cannot check or verify the authenticity of the chassis or VIN number under which a vehicle is offered, but relies on the Seller’s description. Buyers should take particular care to verify in advance the authenticity of a vehicle that is claimed to have important racing, rallying or ‘ex-works’ history as it was common in period for a competition vehicle of a single identity to have more than one chassis, body or other mechanical components. This may have happened several times, both in a vehicle’s ‘works’ career and thereafter in private owner hands. Sometimes ‘works’ vehicles were fitted with different registration plates, so that a vehicle could meet a particular event’s start date

deadline. These historical factors may lead to there being in existence multiple and competing claimants to the same vehicle identity. 12.2  The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid at or over Reserve (if any) that is accepted by the Auctioneer, and the Contract shall be concluded at the fall of the hammer. The Auctioneer shall have the absolute discretion to settle any dispute related to bidding at the Sale. All sales are deemed not to be sales in the course of a business, unless notified to the contrary. 12.3  Every bidder shall be deemed to act as a principal unless the Auctioneer has, prior to the auction date, acknowledged (either by acceptance of the Bidder’s Registration Form which discloses the true principal, or otherwise in writing) that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of a disclosed principal. 12.4  The Auctioneer may in its absolute discretion refuse to accept any bid, advance the bidding as it may decide, withdraw or divide any Lot, combine any two or more Lots, and in the case of dispute may put up any Lot for auction again. 12.5  A prospective bidder should register his intention to bid for a Lot by completing fully and signing a Bidder’s Registration Form prior to executing his bid. If this has not been completed before the fall of the hammer, the Buyer shall forthwith complete the Bidder’s Registration Form. The Bidder shall also provide photographic identification. Failure to do so shall not invalidate the sale, unless the Auctioneer, in its absolute discretion, so decides. 12.6  Any bid which fails to reach the Reserve may be submitted by the Auctioneer to the Seller and if


the Seller accepts that bid, the Lot will be deemed to have been sold to the Buyer at the sum bid at the fall of the hammer and the normal Terms and Conditions will apply to that sale.

refundable by HM Customs & Excise on proof of export).

13.1  Where a Lot is illustrated by a photograph, in the case of a vehicle with a registration number visible, that number will not be transferred with the vehicle to the Buyer unless the registration particulars appear in the written part of the description and the transfer has been authorised by the Seller. If the vehicle is sold to the Buyer before the formalities of the allocation of a different registration number to that vehicle are completed with the DVLA, the Buyer accepts that he will take all steps necessary to co-operate with either the Seller or the Auctioneer to have the number re-transferred to the Seller or as may be, and will take no steps to register the vehicle with the number in his name.

16.2  Unless he has already done so, complete a Bidder’s Registration Form as in Condition 12.5 above;

13.2  Whilst the interests of prospective Buyers are best served by personal attendance at the Sale, the Auctioneers will if so instructed execute bids on their behalf. Neither the Auctioneer nor its Employees or Agents will be responsible for any error or default in doing so or in failing altogether to do so. Where the Auctioneer executes bids on behalf of an absent bidder, each Lot will be bought as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and any relevant Reserve. 14.  The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer in respect of each Lot the Buyer’s Commission calculated on the Hammer Price at the stated rates as set out above. 15.  Where a Lot is described in the Catalogue or announced at the time of Sale as being subject to VAT on import, VAT will be payable in addition to the Hammer Price (which VAT may or may not be

16.1  Upon the sale of a Lot, the Buyer shall:

16.3  Pay to the Auctioneer the total amount due, at latest by midday on the day after the Sale, notwithstanding that where the Buyer wishes to export the Lot, an export licence may be required which must be obtained by the Buyer at his own cost; 16.4  Accept that any payments received by the Auctioneer from a Buyer may be applied by the Auctioneer towards any sums owing from that Buyer to the Auctioneer on any account whatsoever, without regard to any directions of the Buyer or his agent, whether express or implied. 17.1  Until the total amount due has been received by the Auctioneer: (a) title in a Lot shall not pass to the Buyer but the risk shall; (b) no Lot may be taken away by or on behalf of the Buyer. 17.2  The Buyer shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges and any other Expenses on any Lot not paid for and taken away by 1pm on the day following the day of the sale. 18.1  If a Buyer fails either to pay for or to take away any Lot, the Auctioneer may without further notice

to the Buyer, at its discretion and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have, exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies, as may be relevant, in relation to any and all remedies for non-payment that the Auctioneer may choose to exercise. The Buyer will pay to the Auctioneer all legal and other costs borne by it on a full indemnity basis. 18.2 To charge interest at a rate not exceeding 3% per month over Natwest Bank’s base rate on so much of the total amount due as remains unpaid after the date and time referred to in condition 16.3 for the first two months. After that period of time to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.75% per month over Natwest Bank’s base rate on so much of the total amount due as remains unpaid after the date and time referred to in condition 16.3. 18.3  To issue proceedings against the Buyer for payment of the total amount due and/or for damages for breach of contract. If the Seller decides to sell the Lot elsewhere, the Auctioneer may proceed against the Buyer for the Commission which it would have earned both from the Seller and the Buyer together with VAT on both had the Buyer paid for the Lot in accordance with these Conditions. 18.4  To rescind the sale of that or any other Lots sold to the same Buyer at this or any other Sale, in respect of which title has not passed. 18.5  To resell the Lot or cause it to be resold by public or private sale, such that any deficiency in the total amount due resulting from such resale (after giving credit for any payment) together with the full costs incurred in connection with the Lots shall be paid to the Auctioneer by the Buyer; any surplus in excess of the Sale Proceeds of that resale shall

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belong to the Seller.

GENERAL CONDITIONS

18.6  To store the Lot at the sole expense of the Buyer and to release the Lot only after payment in full of the total amount due, together with the accrued cost of the removal, storage and insurance and all other expenses incurred in connection with the Lot.

20. The Auctioneer in all respects acts and will be treated as agent for the Seller (except where the Auctioneer is expressly stated to be selling as principal), and is not responsible for any default by the Seller or the Buyer to the other party.

18.7  To retain that or any other Lot sold to the Buyer at the same or any other auction and to release the same only after payment of the total amount due.

21. The Auctioneer will not accept any liability for damage sustained to a Lot that is attributable to members of the public or non-Auctioneer operatives during the Sale or any removable items left within lots during the same period. Any claims for damage and / or lost items must be submitted to the Auctioneer in writing no later than 3 working days after the date of the Sale and include a valid quote for repair or replacement and digital photographs where applicable.

18.8  To apply by way of set-off any Sale Proceeds of any Lot then due or at any time thereafter becoming due to the Buyer towards settlement of the total amount due and expenses and the Auctioneer shall be entitled to a lien on any property of the Buyer which is in the Auctioneer’s possession for any purpose. 18.9  To reject or ignore any bids made by or on behalf of the defaulting Buyer at any future sales or insist upon a cash deposit before accepting any bids in future. 19.1  All Lots are offered as seen with all faults and defects without any guarantee or warranty attaching thereto as to condition, roadworthiness or otherwise and with all faults and defects whether apparent upon examination or not. 19.2  In any event, neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer shall be liable for any indirect or consequential loss whatsoever, and the maximum liability of the Auctioneer together with its Employees and Agents, in the event of any claim against them arising from the sale of any Lot shall be limited to the Hammer Price plus Buyer’s Premium in respect of that Lot.

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22. The Auctioneer shall be under no liability for any injury, damage or loss sustained by any person while on the Auctioneers premises (including any premises where a sale may be conducted or where a Lot, or a part of a Lot, may be on view from time to time) except for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the Auctioneers or its employees and agents in the course of their duties to the Auctioneers. 23. The Auctioneer shall have the right, at its sole discretion, without assigning any reason, to refuse any person admission to its Premises or attendance at any of its Sales, or to view any Lot. 24. The Auctioneer shall keep and use any data relating to the Buyer and the Seller in accordance with the provisions of all relevant data protection legislation. The Buyer and the Seller consent to such data being kept and used for appropriate purposes,

including informing the Buyer and the Seller of any offers or other matters of interest from time to time. 25. The copyright in all written matter and illustrations relating to Lots shall remain at all times the absolute property of the Auctioneer, and any person wishing to use such materials, or any part of them, shall require the prior written consent of the Auctioneer. 26. If any Condition or part of a condition in these Terms shall be held to be invalid or unenforceable, the validity or enforceability of the remaining Conditions will not thereby be affected. 27. These Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English Law. All transactions to which these Conditions apply and all matters connected therewith shall also be governed by English Law. Each of the Auctioneer, the Seller, the Buyer and any bidder hereby submits to nonexclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.


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Motorcars in today’s sale

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Lot No.

Lot No.

Lot No.

28

2007 Alfa Romeo Spider JTS

49

1958 Dodge Royal Lancer Two-Door Hardtop Coupe

32

1990 Jaguar XJ-S V12 Convertible

47

1947 Allard K1

57

1981 Ferrari 208 GTS

88

2000 Jaguar XK8 Convertible

27

1952 Alvis TA21 Drophead Coupe

61

1976 Ferrari 308 GTB ‘Vetroresina’

46

1931 Lagonda 3-Litre Low Chassis Saloon

86

1999 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante

23

1977 Fiat 124 Spider

98

2001 Land Rover Defender 90 TD5

44

1960 Austin-Healey ‘Frogeye’ Sprite

81

1979 Ford Capri 2.0 GL

65

2004 Land Rover Defender 110 TD5

19

1981 Austin Morris Mini 95 Van

66

1986 Ford Capri 2.8i

21

2004 Maserati 4200 GT

91

2002 Bentley Arnage R

74

1994 Ford Escort RS Cosworth

75

1984 Mazda RX-7

52

2010 Bentley Continental Flying Spur

13

1935 Ford Model 48 Five Window Coupe

29

1986 Mercedes-Benz 500 SL

16

1951 Bentley MKVI

82

1966 Ford Mustang Convertible

83

1988 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC

40

1951 Bentley MKVI Saloon

5

1935 Hudson Terraplane De Luxe Saloon

12

1994 Mercedes-Benz SL 280

97

1986 BMW 316

79

1935 Humber Snipe 80

24

1995 Mercedes-Benz SL 320

76

1993 BMW 318is Coupe

94

1969 Jaguar 240

50

1958 MG A 1500 Roadster

8

1986 BMW 525i

25

1969 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2+2

51

1980 MG B GT

93

1988 BMW 635 CSi Highline

54

1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe

6

1965 MG B Roadster

90

1997 BMW 728i

39

1970 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe

87

1978 MG B Roadster

26

1924 Buick Tourer

63

1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe

9

1979 MG B Roadster

10

1992 Carbodies Fairway Taxi

73

1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe

92

1980 MG B Roadster

55

1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS

14

1974 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster

33

1968 MG C GT

37

1989 Citroen 2CV6 Special

68

1965 Jaguar MK X 4.2 Litre

3

1957 MG Magnette ZB

56

1954 Citroen Light 15 Traction Avant

20

1989 Jaguar XJ6 2.9

1

1965 MG Midget 1100

31

1997 Citroen Saxo VTR

67

1989 Jaguar XJ6 Sovereign 3.6

15

1947 MG TC

36

1999 Daihatsu Cuore Avanzato TR-XXR4

70

1999 Jaguar XJ8 4.0

89

1949 MG TC

59

1951 Daimler DB18 Special Sports Drophead Coupe

84

1990 Jaguar XJ-S 3.6

60

1947 Morgan 4/4 Series I

35

1956 Daimler New Drop Head Coupe

18

1996 Jaguar XJS 4.0 Celebration Convertible

80

c.1930 Morgan Three-Wheeler

45

1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS

42

1986 Jaguar XJ-S 5.3 HE

11

1935 Morris Oxford Sixteen Saloon


Lot No.

Lot No.

Lot No.

17

1966 NSU Spider

95

1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II Anniversary

96

77

2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 2S

99

1982 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit

101 1957 Triumph TR3

100 2005 Porsche 911 Carrera

34

1999 Rover 200 SE

78

1972 Triumph TR6

48

2007 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet

41

1968 Rover 2000 TC

72

1974 Triumph TR6

7

1992 Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet

85

1999 Rover 214 IS

30

1963 Trojan “Cabine” Bubble Car

62

1936 Railton Eight Fairmile II Drophead Coupe

71

2003 Rover 75 1.8 Club SE

22

1936 Vauxhall DX 14/6 Saloon

58

2014 Realm Heritage C-Type

4

1998 Rover Mini 1.3i Cooper

64

1993 Vauxhall Lotus Carlton

69

1973 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

38

1977 Saab 96 V4

2

1934 Wolseley 9 Saloon

43

1974 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

53

1928 Sunbeam 25HP Tourer

1964 Triumph Spitfire MK1 Special

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