Mercedes-Benz World 18th May 2019 Sale(#39) 18/05/2019 9:30 AM GMT CLOSED

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    • ESTIMATE£135,000 - £165,000
    • Sold:£212,800
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number245
    • Registrationn/a
    • Chassis Number03246
    • Odometer Readingn/a
    • Engine Number0009288
    • Estimate£135,000 - £165,000
    • ModelDino 246GT Restoration
    • FE Cat descThe Dino, named in honour of Enzo Ferrari's son, was a brand of V6 engined Ferrari's and the project that Alfredo 'Dino' Ferrari worked on before he died, tragically of muscular dystrophy at just 24 years old. In order to homologate Ferrari's Formula Two entry in 1966, the FIA requested that 500 production cars were produced using the same V6 unit as the race car. The Fiat Dino was born using the two litre V6 Ferrari unit which was later used in the early 206GT versions of the Dino. Ferrari used the mid-engined configuration, that was working well for them, in sports car racing for the new Dino and the prototype 206S was shown at the 1966 Turin show. The car drew a positive response and Ferrari put the car into production, making it the first mid-engined production Ferrari. A 2.4 litre version on a longer wheelbase, the 246GT, replaced the Dino 206 in late 1969. The beauty of a mid-engined sports car is the handling, an improved centre of gravity lends itself to better road holding, a Ferrari Dino has great cornering ability and is an enormously fun car to drive.
    • ESTIMATE£135,000 - £165,000
    • Sold:£212,800
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£66,000 - £72,000
    • Sold:£70,560
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number246
    • RegistrationS913 GHO
    • Chassis NumberSCFDAM2S3XBR79095
    • Odometer Reading14,200 miles
    • Engine Number95/79095/A
    • Estimate£66,000 - £72,000
    • ModelV8 Coupé
    • FE Cat descThe Aston Martin V8 Coupé was introduced in 1996 as a development of the original Virage model. Powered by a revised version of the 32 valve 5.3 litre V8 engine, the V8 coupé was a much improved car due to the investment of the Ford Motor Company resources. The styling cues followed that of the Vantage but without bonnet vents and wide wheels. The distinguished look included a new mesh radiator grille and air intakes in the front spoiler, giving a purposeful aerodynamic stance. This model formed part of the Aston Martin range for just three years and is one of the rarer members of the modern V8 family. This fabulous one owner, hand built Aston Martin was supplied by official factory franchise holder, Paramount Derby on 29th January 1999. This outstanding example is everything you would expect from a quintessentially British motor car. The car is finished in Orkney Grey with Parchment leather seats piped in maroon and maroon carpets. This imposing Aston Martin has a mileage of 14,200 and an impressive service history boasting 13 stamps. Presented to auction with a V5C registration document, a valid MoT test certificate, the original purchase invoice and all service invoices, this Aston Martin represents a fantastic example of a rare modern classic.
    • ESTIMATE£66,000 - £72,000
    • Sold:£70,560
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£33,000 - £36,000
    • Sold:£35,500
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number247
    • RegistrationN806 MBB
    • Chassis NumberZPFSP44000102293
    • Odometer Reading49,900 miles
    • Engine Number39993
    • Estimate£33,000 - £36,000
    • Model456 GT
    • FE Cat descThe Ferrari 456 was the first front-engined Ferrari for 20 years and offered true performance touring for four occupants. The 456 GT was announced in September 1992, making its public show debut in Paris the following month. This was a positive and brave move by the company, as the prestige sports car markets were in recession after all the speculation and hype of the late eighties. However, they showed their commitment to broadening their range and to maintaining their position at the head of the list of the world's most desirable automobiles. The Pininfarina styled aluminium bodywork made for a pleasing design, particularly the modernised reflection of the fabled 365 GTB/4 ‘Daytona’ with the long bonnet, featuring retractable headlight pods. Also inspired by the ‘Daytona’ was the design treatment of the rear of the cabin envelope and tail. Thus although the shape was thoroughly modern, it contained retro trace elements to associate it with the company's history. Electronically adjustable self-levelling suspension gave positive handling and a comfortable ride, while the 442bhp, V12 made sure that performance had not been overlooked. We are delighted to offer this example of a Ferrari 456 GT that can only be described as being in excellent condition. This stunning vehicle is offered with a full service history with the most recent service being completed in February 2019, at 49,872 miles, by McGurk Performance Cars. The coachwork on this Ferrari is presented in Argento Nurburgring Silver and is in fine order. Take a look on the inside and you will find the quality continues; the rich Nero leather interior is elegant, and complements the exterior perfectly. This lovely Ferrari is UK registered and will arrive at auction with a V5C registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until February 2020. This Ferrari stands out with its perfect balance of aggressiveness and elegance and awaits a lucky new owner to enjoy it to the fullest.
    • ESTIMATE£33,000 - £36,000
    • Sold:£35,500
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£17,000 - £20,000
    • Sold:£18,480
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number248
    • Registrationtbc
    • Chassis NumberSAJJNJDW3DR163597
    • Odometer Reading39,700 km
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£17,000 - £20,000
    • ModelXJS Convertible (5.3 litre)
    • FE Cat descThe Jaguar XJS was a luxury grand tourer produced from 1975 through to 1996 and replaced the E-Type. Although it never had quite the same sporting image, the XJS was actually more aerodynamic with the last one being produced on 4th April 1996; at that stage 115,413 had been manufactured during a 21 year production life. Power came from the Jaguar V12 petrol engine with a choice of a manual or automatic transmission but the manual gearbox was soon dropped. V12 engine cars were unusual at the time with notable exceptions coming from Italian luxury sports car makers Lamborghini and Ferrari. The specifications of the XJS compared well with both Italian cars; it was able to accelerate to 60mph in 7.6 seconds and had a top speed of 143mph. This wonderful example, imported from Japan, is presented in British Racing Green with mulberry leather interior and is in superb original condition. The black hood is electrically operated as are the front seats and the car comes with air conditioning, cruise control, a green tonneau cover and a green hood cover. These V12 convertibles were highly desirable when first manufactured and now they are highly sought after and still as eye catching today as they were when new. This car is presented with a current MoT test certificate which expires in April 2020 and its original book pack.
    • ESTIMATE£17,000 - £20,000
    • Sold:£18,480
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£24,000 - £29,000
    • Sold:£30,800
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number249
    • RegistrationE549 FRO
    • Chassis NumberZFFWD21C000074127
    • Odometer Reading59,359 miles
    • Engine Number2942
    • Estimate£24,000 - £29,000
    • ModelMondial QV GTB (3.2 Litre)
    • FE Cat descWith a name reminiscent of the 500 Mondial race cars from the 1950s, the Ferrari Mondial was a replacement model for the Ferrari 308 GT4. The Mondial was the first Ferrari where the entire engine, gearbox and rear suspension assembly was mounted on a detachable steel subframe, making engine removal for a major rebuild or cylinder head removal much easier than it was on previous models. The steel coachwork was taken care of by Carrozzeria Scaglietti and built over a lightweight steel box section space frame. The Mondial 8 is considered one of the marque's most ‘practical’ vehicles, due to its 214hp, proven drivetrain, four seats and relatively low cost of maintenance; major services can be performed without removing the entire engine/transmission subframe. Originally registered on 5th January 1988, this Ferrari Mondial is owned by a knowledgeable classic car enthusiast. We are advised E549 FRO drives well and is supplied with the original service books, together with a comprehensive history folder. Finished in the most popular and traditional colour combination of Rossa Corsa with Crema interior and fitted with a sunroof, this righthand drive Ferrari Mondial GTB comes with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 14th March 2020; the Mondial range has become increasingly popular of late as the market realises what an underrated car this is
    • ESTIMATE£24,000 - £29,000
    • Sold:£30,800
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£20,160
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number250
    • RegistrationCDM 381M
    • Chassis Number91114111551
    • Odometer Reading27,434 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£12,000 - £18,000
    • Model911 Targa (2.7 litre)
    • FE Cat descThe iconic 911 can trace its history back some 44 years; its family tree containing such memorable cars as the 911S, the 2.7 Carrera RS and the notorious Turbo. Since its introduction in 1963, the 911 has undergone continuous development although the basic concept has remained little changed. Throughout its lifetime, it has been modified by private teams and by the factory itself for racing, rallying and other forms of competition and is among the most successful competition cars ever. Model year 1974 saw three significant changes. First, the engine size was increased to 2,687cc achieving higher torque. Second, new impact bumpers conformed with low-speed protection requirements of US regulations. Thirdly, the use of K-Jetronic CIS Bosch fuel injection in two of the three models in the line up, the 911 and 911S models, retaining the narrow rear arches of the old 2.4, now had a 2.7-litre engine producing 150bhp and 173bhp respectively.
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£20,160
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£12,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number251
    • RegistrationEU-registered
    • Chassis NumberGWE 81
    • Odometer Reading21,143 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model20/25 by Hooper
    • FE Cat descThe Rolls-Royce 20/25 was built between 1929 and 1936 and succeeded the 20hp as Rolls-Royce's ‘small car’. It was intended to appeal to owner drivers but many were sold to customers with chauffeurs. The in-line six cylinder overhead valve engine was similar to that used in the 20hp but was enlarged to 3699cc by increasing the bore from 76mm to 82mm with the stroke remaining at 114mm. A single Rolls-Royce carburettor was used and both coil and magneto ignitions were fitted. The four speed gearbox was mounted in unit with the engine and a traditional right hand change used. Synchromesh was fitted to third and top gears from 1932. The substantial chassis had rigid front and rear axles suspended by half elliptic springs with braking on all four wheels assisted by a mechanical servo. The famous Rolls-Royce radiator with triangular top was used with vertical louvres, the angle of which could be adjusted to control engine cooling. To begin with, the radiator shutters were operated manually via a lever on the dash with later cars fitted with automatic control via a thermostat. The larger engine allowed the top speed to increase to but many owners had large limousine bodies fitted to the chassis resulting in a decline in performance.
    • Sold:£12,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£20,000 - £24,000
    • Sold:£17,920
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number252
    • RegistrationWNV 890H
    • Chassis Number1110242200345
    • Odometer Reading19,408 miles
    • Engine Number13098022026691
    • Estimate£20,000 - £24,000
    • Model280 SE Coupé
    • FE Cat descW111 was the code given to a range of Mercedes-Benz vehicles produced between 1959 and 1971. This range of cars can be considered an important part in the development history of the world class saloons and coupés produced by the Mercedes-Benz company of today. Introduced as inline six-cylinder cars with 2.2 litre engines, the W111 was the basis for a number of following models. In November 1967 the 280 SE was introduced. It was powered by the new 2778cc, which produced 160bhp at 5500rpm. This was a 10bhp improvement over the model it replaced. This new version also enjoyed improved acceleration of 0-62mph in 10.5 seconds (13 with automatic transmission). Inside, the car received a wood veneer option on the dashboard and other minor changes, including door lock buttons and different heater levers, and the exterior mirror was changed. This elegant righthand drive 280 SE was supplied new on 19th September 1969. Presented in metallic sand with a pale grey interior, this Mercedes-Benz is in need of restoration. This hugely collectable model is presented to auction with a V5C registration document and various invoices and paperwork. This 280 SE offers fabulous value for money and viewing is certainly recommended. There is no reason to doubt the investment opportunity this model of Mercedes-Benz offers.
    • ESTIMATE£20,000 - £24,000
    • Sold:£17,920
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£9,800
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number253
    • RegistrationSOY 381N
    • Chassis Number45123903E
    • Odometer Reading56,500 miles
    • Engine Number451153150
    • Estimate£9,000 - £12,000
    • ModelP6 Estoura
    • FE Cat descLaunched at the 1963 Earls Court Motor Show, the P6, Rover’s internal project name, was aimed at the young executive who wanted modern, sporting, high quality transport. Winner of the European Car of the Year Award 1964, it had an advanced design that included a De Dion tube rear suspension, disc brakes all round and an alloy bonnet and boot lid. The early four cylinder power plants remained conventional until the introduction of the fabulous Buick derived 3528cc V8 had joined the party in 1968, this being one of those V8 powered motor cars offered today. The Rover P6 Estoura was devised and created by the well respected bodyworks company FLM Panelcraft of Battersea. This estate car was a direct response to the considerable success enjoyed by the Triumph Motor Company and their estate version of the 2000 saloon. Around 160 examples of the Estoura were built and, with the blessing of the Rover factory, marketed by British Leyland dealers H. R. Owen. This automatic P6 Estoura presents extremely well in dark blue with a black leather interior. The vinyl roof is in good order as is the Webasto sunroof. This V8 is accompanied by various invoices, service receipts and previous MoT test certificates which lead us to believe that the indicated low mileage is correct. The vendor tells us that this head turning car is both running well and a joy to drive. This MoT exempt classic from Rover is offered to auction with a V5C registration document and represents a rare opportunity to purchase an unusual and attractive P6 estate.
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£9,800
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £16,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number254
    • RegistrationK438 HRM
    • Chassis NumberWDB1290662FO68945
    • Odometer Reading45,902 km
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£10,000 - £16,000
    • Model500 SL Roadster
    • FE Cat descDUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE AUCTION The 4973cc, R129 Mercedes-Benz SL500 carried on the tradition of the fast and reliable grand touring convertible from Mercedes-Benz. Borne out of the earlier 500 SL models, the new SL 500 featured many new and innovative ideas for the period, such as controlled electronic damping, automatically expanding roll-over bar and a more modern multi-link rear axle. Fully operating electric hood, windows, door mirrors and seats made this model easy and comfortable to operate. With powerful engines, stopping power was aided by anti-locking braking for added reassurance creating a model revered by many the world over. Imported from Japan, this superb example is presented in silver with black leather interior and comes with its original aluminium factory hard top. The car’s black electrically operated hood is in ‘as new condition’ according to the owner and it comes with air conditioning with climate control, electric seats and cruise control. These R129 models are increasing in popularity which will inevitably result in their increase in value over the coming years. German prowess in engineering mixed with their usual quality of manufacturing, results in a touring sports car unmatched by many in the same price bracket. The car comes with a V5 Logbook and an MoT test certificate which expires in April 2020.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £16,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£18,000 - £22,000
    • Sold:£19,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number255
    • RegistrationDVG 636G
    • Chassis NumberCRH5471
    • Odometer Reading45,654 miles
    • Engine Number5471
    • Estimate£18,000 - £22,000
    • ModelTwo Door Mulliner Park Ward
    • FE Cat descRolls-Royce Motors formed Mulliner Park Ward by the 1961 merger of two Rolls-Royce subsidiaries: Park Ward of Willesden, London, a Rolls-Royce subsidiary since 1939 and H. J. Mulliner & Co. of Chiswick, a Rolls-Royce subsidiary since 1959. Mulliner Park Ward continues to operate as the vehicle customisation division of Bentley Motors Limited, the successor of Rolls-Royce Motors. The Corniche was a development of the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow with the two door variants of that model marketed as the ‘Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward’ two door fixedhead coupé, the very handsome coachwork design was by John Polwhele Blatchley. The model was assembled and finished in London at Mulliner Park Ward as a continuation of the 1965 Silver Shadow coupé, the Corniche name was applied from 1971 for all two door coupés. The car used the standard Rolls-Royce V8, 6750cc engine with an aluminium silicon alloy block and aluminium cylinder heads with cast iron wet cylinder liners mated to a three-speed automatic transmission from General Motors. This is a nice example and is presented in dark green with cream leather interior. This Rolls-Royce is being sold by the family of the deceased previous owner who owned it from 1973 until his death last year. These models are rare to find and are very sought after, the coupés were revered the world over as the ultimate in luxury travel and owning something as exclusive as this, was something most people dreamt of.
    • ESTIMATE£18,000 - £22,000
    • Sold:£19,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£9,520
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number256
    • RegistrationETH 536V
    • Chassis NumberAM330US0646
    • Odometer Reading24,590 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£11,000 - £14,000
    • ModelQuattroporte
    • FE Cat descProduced by Maserati, the Quattroporte is a four-door, luxury sports saloon, for which the name translated from Italian literally means ‘four doors’. There have been six generations of this car; the first was introduced in 1963 and the current model launched in 2013. The Quattroporte IV from 1994 was a restyled, four-door version of the Ghibli II Coupé designed by Marcello Gandini. The new car, smaller than its predecessors, was aerodynamic and featured Gandini's trademark angular rear wheel arch. A 2.8-Litre, twin-turbo, V6 was installed producing 280bhp and reaching a claimed top speed of 158mph. This Maserati has spent much of its life in a museum in the US resulting in a virtually rust free example of this iconic design. Showing only 24,590 on the odometer, which is thought to be correct although not warranted, this Quattroporte is finished in red with tan coloured trim. The interior of this car is like a piece of furniture, the ruched leather seats are extremely comfortable and the dashboard pleasing to the eye. This lefthand drive example is fitted with automatic transmission and is supplied with a V5C registration document. Recent recommissioning work has been carried out by Brodie Engineering.
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£9,520
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£25,000 - £30,000
    • Sold:£26,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number257
    • Registration624 UXM
    • Chassis NumberTF6470
    • Odometer Reading601 miles
    • Engine NumberC75251
    • Estimate£25,000 - £30,000
    • ModelTF
    • FE Cat descOriginally launched at the 1953 Motor Show, the MG TF was greeted with mixed reactions from enthusiasts and journalists alike. To the Abingdon engineers, led by Cecil Cousins, it was a model that was sufficiently different from its predecessors and yet continued the traditional T-Series classic lines. The end result was a car very pleasing to the eye; interior wise and in keeping with the external modifications, the cockpit layout was quite radically changed to that of its predecessor and formed a comfortable and pleasant place to be. Individually adjustable seats were provided in place of the normal bench type seating and the facia panel was completely new with a welcome return to octagonal instrumentation. Often referred to as 'the last of the square riggers' the MG TF gained this title due to its very strong resemblance to the pre-war MG Midgets. This delightful MG TF was subject to a high quality restoration between 1989 and 1992, the standard of that restoration is evident from the condition the car is presented in today. A number of attractive upgrades have been added to make the car more usable with the possibility of light competition work. These upgrades include a 1500cc XPEG engine that has been balanced and converted to unleaded fuel, this was carried out by the renowned MG specialists, Brown and Gammons. Included in the engine build is a Laystall alloy cylinder head, an uprated camshaft and twin SU carburettors. Further improvements include a tubular exhaust, front disc brakes, chrome wire wheels and bespoke grey leather interior. There is a full set of weather equipment, hood, side screens and tonneau cover, trimmed in blue Mohair. Where this MG TF becomes, as far as we know, unique, is that all of the outer non-structural panel work is of alloy construction. A large history file accompanies this MG and includes an owner’s manual, workshop manual, invoices and a UK V5C registration document. Presented in exceptional condition, not only does this MG look the part but it is also a capable performer due to the sensible upgrades, making this one of the most usable TFs on the road.
    • ESTIMATE£25,000 - £30,000
    • Sold:£26,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£30,000 - £33,000
    • Sold:£33,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number258
    • RegistrationF838 ENV
    • Chassis NumberWPOZZZ92ZKS842203
    • Odometer Reading59,215 miles
    • Engine Number81K07453/m28/42
    • Estimate£30,000 - £33,000
    • Model928 S4
    • FE Cat descThese fabulous sports cars were unveiled at the Geneva Salon in 1977 and voted Car of the Year for 1978. It was intended as an upmarket replacement for the long-running 911 but in the event Porsche's rear-engined classic would outlive its younger sibling. The front-engined 928's stylish hatchback body featured aluminium doors, bonnet and front wings in the interests of weight saving, while ingenious impact resistant 'bumpers' made of colour matched plastic were incorporated into the nose and tail. A five speed transaxle gearbox or three speed automatic were the transmission options, in 1979 the 928S with its 4.6 litre engine arrived and then in 1986 the model was further revised and restyled, becoming the 928 S4. Its engine producing 320bhp courtesy of twin-cam, 16 valve cylinder heads and enlargement to 4,957cc, the S4 enjoyed a welcome top speed boost to 160mph. Originally registered in Jersey by Five Oaks Porsche Centre and imported to the UK in July 1994, this fabulous example is presented in its original silver paint with full burgundy leather interior and seats with multicolour cloth seat inlays. Its optional equipment is listed as having recoil bumpers, automatic transmission, Series 4 logo, lumbar support in the driver’s seat and a ten CD/ player radio. Its mighty V8 provides plenty of power for those who wish to travel a little more exuberantly or indeed it is just as at home pottering along in the confines of a city. The car comes with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and contained within the history file are invoices from July 2016 for work carried out by Porsche Centres for £10,138.94. The car also comes with it full document pack, full set of Continental N1 tyres and two sets of keys. Porsche Club GB members eulogise over this car for being totally original and having several details that have been lost on many 928's. Please be aware that the private registration is being retained and the owner has applied to the DVLA for another to be assigned to the car.
    • ESTIMATE£30,000 - £33,000
    • Sold:£33,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £19,000
    • Sold:£19,040
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number259
    • Registration451 XNO
    • Chassis Number84507419
    • Odometer Reading78,592 miles
    • Engine Number84018940
    • Estimate£14,000 - £19,000
    • ModelP5B Coupé (3.5 Litre)
    • FE Cat descThe Rover P5 series was produced from 1958 until 1973. Models were marketed under the names Rover 3 litre and Rover 3½ litre. The final iteration of the P5 appeared in September 1967. Now powered by the 3528cc Rover V8 engine also used in the P6 3500, the car was badged as the ‘3.5 Litre’, and commonly known as the 3½ litre. The final letter in the ‘P5B’ model name came from Buick, the engine's originator. The Borg Warner Type-35 automatic transmission, hydrosteer variable ratio power steering were now standard. Output of 160bhp was claimed along with improved torque. When compared to its predecessor, the aluminium engine enabled the car to offer improved performance and fuel economy resulting both from the greater power and the lesser weight of the power unit. The exterior was mostly unchanged, apart from bold '3.5 Litre' badging, a pair of fog lights which were added below the head lights, creating a striking four light array and the fitting of chrome Rostyle wheels with black painted inserts. Originally registered on 13th March 1973 this Rover is in very good order throughout. The Zircon Blue paintwork is in good order showing no signs of corrosion and the ample chromework is in delightful condition. The spacious grey leather interior is in comparable condition to the rest of the car. Supplied originally by Henlys in London, this P5B Coupé has been fitted with a manual choke in place of the often troublesome AED unit. This Rover was featured in Classic Car Weekly in August 2017 and is supplied with a V5C registration document and some invoices for work carried out; we are advised by the vendor she will be presented for an MoT test prior to the auction. The original service book and handbook are incorporated in the history folder. The silent comfortable ride meant this was a very popular mode of transport for government ministers and the Royal family.
    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £19,000
    • Sold:£19,040
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£11,603
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number260
    • RegistrationN333 JAG
    • Chassis NumberSAJJNAED3EJ224048
    • Odometer Reading67,779 miles
    • Engine Number9LPFRB146614
    • Estimate£9,000 - £12,000
    • ModelXJS Celebration Coupé (4.0 litre)
    • FE Cat descIn 1975 we saw the launch of the XJS from Jaguar, who would have even dreamed that the replacement for the iconic E-Type would be in production until 1996. During this impressive 21 year build run 115,413 units were built by the Coventry manufacturer. The longevity of the model is a tribute to its design and performance. 1991 saw some reengineering to the model which included amendments to the rear window a new 4.0 litre version of the AJ16 engine and more aerodynamic front and rear bumpers. Originally supplied by Weybridge Automobiles and registered on 4th April 1996, this impressive looking XJS Celebration Coupé presents extremely well in Titanium Grey with Warm Charcoal interior. The subtle styling cues of the Celebration model which include seats embossed with the iconic leaping cat logo, wood and leather steering wheel, wooden gear knob and sports alloy wheels are all present and show the model at its best. The service book has an enviable 16 stamps. The odometer reading is 67,773 miles and with only two previous owners N333 JAG can rightly be considered a fine example of this classic Jaguar model. Offered to auction with a V5C registration document, a current MoT test certificate valid until April 2020 and the cherished plate, this Coventry cat is a fabulous example of a model that is enjoying a resurgence in its popularity.
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£11,603
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£23,000 - £26,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number261
    • RegistrationRFG 235G
    • Chassis NumberF10YKF93923
    • Odometer Readingtbc
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£23,000 to £26,000
    • ModelF100 Stepside Pick-up Truck
    • FE Cat descThe Ford F-Series is a series of light-duty trucks and medium-duty trucks that have been marketed and manufactured since 1948, the F-Series includes full size pick-up trucks, chassis cab trucks, and commercial vehicles. Introduced in 1967, the fifth generation F-Series Pick-up was built on the same platform as the 1965 revision of the fourth generation. Dimensions and greenhouse glass were increased, engine options expanded and plusher trim levels became available during the fifth generation's production run. Suspension components from all 1969 F-Series models are completely interchangeable. A variant of the fifth generation F-Series was produced until 1992 in Brazil for the South American market. This fabulous looking vehicle was imported from Lewisville, Texas in 2017 and has undergone a painstaking restoration and rebuild whilst in the present owners tenure. This restoration was thorough and took craftsmen ten months to complete. It was stripped to its basic components with all body sections removed. The chassis and bodywork are solid and corrosion free according to the vendor. Although the truck is registered as a Historic Vehicle and is MoT exempt, it has an MoT test certificate with no advisories. This wonderful truck has covered a mere 3000 miles since its rebuild and has been at several shows, featuring in the Horsham Americana show in September 2018 which is an extremely well attended event. Powered by a Ford 5.9 litre V8 engine which is mated to a three speed manual gearbox, the sound of which is amazing when heard via its twin new exhausts mounted to each side of the vehicle. A special paint was sourced and mixed in Claret Red, which was intentionally made one shade lower than Ferrari Red. All body parts were painted before re-assembly, several coats of sealer paint were applied and hand rubbed down with care, then several coats of the red colour coat were applied and again hand rubbed down between each coat. No less than five coats of lacquer were then applied with a specially mixed gold flake metal mix. The finish is mirror gloss that catches sunlight highlighting the gold metal flakes. Contained within the history file is a comprehensive list of what was done to this fantastic truck and we would strongly recommend a read of this.
    • ESTIMATE£23,000 - £26,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number262
    • RegistrationVOX 108S
    • Chassis Number6D47S8E622319
    • Odometer Reading29,956 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£10,000 - £14,000
    • ModelCoupé de Ville
    • FE Cat descFrom its earliest years, Cadillac aimed for precision engineering and stylish luxury finishes, causing its cars to be ranked amongst the finest in the United States. Cadillac was the first volume manufacturer of a fully enclosed car in 1906 and participated in the 1908 interchangeability test in the United Kingdom and was awarded the Dewar Trophy for the most important advancement of the year in the automobile industry. Consistently leading the way in automotive developments, it is little surprise that the Cadillac quickly became the aspirational car of choice in the USA. This delightful Cadillac was registered in the UK on 1st January 1978. The bill of sale from the US vendor certifies the mileage at 20,439 on 18th June 2013. With a current odometer reading of 29,956, it is thought the mileage is correct although not warranted. The current vendor has replaced the shock absorbers, fitted a new battery and has had the carburettor rebuilt. The condition of this Coupé de Ville can only be described as outstanding. The white coachwork is unblemished as is the matching white interior. The front and rear bumpers together with additional brightwork is in great order. We are advised by the vendor that VOX 108S drives very well and cruises along comfortably, aided of course by a seven litre, V8 engine. Supplied with a V5C registration document and the original build sheet, this Cadillac Coupé de Ville is an impressive, imposing vehicle and one that also presents in superb condition.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£14,433
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number263
    • RegistrationPPO 10M
    • Chassis Number8204371974
    • Odometer Reading93,930 miles
    • Engine Number5958
    • Estimate£14,000 - £18,000
    • Model2000 HF Coupé
    • FE Cat descThe Lancia 2000 and 2000 HF Coupé were an evolution of the Series II Flavia Coupé. The car's bodyshell and interior was designed and made by Pininfarina. The cosmetic changes to the 2000 Coupé were largely confined to a new grille, matt black instead of chrome, with headlamps incorporated into the now wider intake. New bumpers, with rubber strips on the HF, and the tail was shorn of its vestigial tailfins, with a raised and squared decklid. The powerplant was adopted from the 2000 sedan and available in two states of tune: carburetted on the 2000 Coupé, Bosch electronic fuel injection and engine management on the 2000 HF. The HF was recognizable by the body-side rub-strip, wooden Nardi steering wheel and magnesium alloy wheels by Cromodora. Both versions had a five speed manual transmission with a dog-leg gearbox arrangement. The 2000 and 2000HF Coupé are considered to be some of the last true Lancia cars, designed before Fiat took control of the company in 1969. The example offered here has benefitted from a full restoration. All the bodywork was repaired and repainted, mechanicals fully restored and a new interior fitted. A labour of love for the vendor, he owned one for his first car and has now enjoyed reliving his youth and is passing it on at a fraction of what it cost him to restore the car. The car reportedly drives superbly and will comfortably cruise along at modern motorway speeds. Supplied with a V5C registration document, it also comes with its original service history book and service history file through until 1996, (when the car was taken off the road before the restoration began). Handbooks, photographic record of the restoration and even a rare HF keyring are also included. The car also has a current MoT test certificate valid until April 2020. These HF Flavia’s are incredibly rare cars with only three left in the UK currently MoT’d. They hardly ever come up for sale and to find one, especially in this condition, is no mean feat.
    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£14,433
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£15,960
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number264
    • RegistrationN966MPV
    • Chassis NumberSALLPAMW3TA339323
    • Odometer Reading25,534 miles
    • Engine Numbern/a
    • Estimate£7,000 - £12,000
    • ModelRange Rover 2.5 litre DSE (2.5 litre)
    • FE Cat descAfter 25 years from the introduction of the first-generation Range Rover, the second-generation Range Rover, the P38A, was introduced for the 1995 model year with an updated version of the Rover V8 engines. There was also the option of a 2.5 litre BMW six-cylinder, turbo-diesel. This was a result of BMW's subsequent ownership of Rover Group and hence the Land Rover brand. The new model offered more equipment and premium trims, positioning the vehicle above the Land Rover Discovery to face the increased competition in the SUV marketplace. This model was the last to feature the Rover V8 and interior leather supplied by Connolly and the first model to feature satellite navigation as an option.
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£15,960
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£4,760
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number265
    • RegistrationVO04 FTK
    • Chassis NumberZAR93200001357069
    • Odometer Reading189,000 miles
    • Engine Number0008489
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model156 GTA
    • FE Cat descThe 156 GTA and 156 Sportwagon GTA were launched in September 2001, named after the Alfa Romeo GTA from the 1960s and abbreviated from Gran Turismo Alleggerita. The GTA was hand-assembled on a separate production line to the standard 156 models and continues to be highly sought-after by collectors as well as keen drivers due to its rarity, pedigree and Busso-designed engine. Very few GTA were sold, with righthand drive vehicles holding a premium over lefthand drive vehicles due to their rarity. Further, vehicles sold new in New Zealand and the United Kingdom hold a premium over other righthand drive markets such as Australia, Malaysia, Japan or Singapore due to more desirable specification with higher output engines.
    • Sold:£4,760
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £11,000
    • Sold:£10,360
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number266
    • RegistrationFN54 XCV
    • Chassis NumberWBABD52010PM08048
    • Odometer Reading89,569 miles
    • Engine Number35315481
    • Estimate£7,000 - £11,000
    • ModelE46 330Ci Sport 'Williams F1'
    • FE Cat descThe 'E46' is the chassis designation for the fourth generation of BMW 3 Series design. Launched in 1998, BMW were keen to improve on the already extremely popular model platform. The designers and engineers managed to come up with a more aerodynamic appearance that claimed to have a 70% increase on chassis rigidity. This, combined with the range of engines available and performance packs, meant that the E46 not only suited the enthusiast market but also appealed to the everyday driver as well, making it one of the most commercially successful BMW’s ever made. Following BMW and Williams F1 collaboration in the early 2000’s, BMW launched an extremely limited run of special 'Williams F1' liveried vehicles to celebrate this partnership. These cars featured a fantastic deep Le Mans Blue metallic paint with contrasting grey and blue leather seats, needlework of the 'William’s' logos on the head rests, 'William’s' F1 stickers on the front wings and an official numbered plaque on the dash. So limited was this run, with models varying from 318’s to X5’s, that only 26 official cars were ever made. The incredibly small production numbers have almost guaranteed that these vehicle will be seen as a future collectible to any BMW aficionado. This particular version of the little known automotive gem has been presented in the form of a second generation 330Ci with the BMW 'Sport' option and an automatic gearbox. The 3.0 litre straight six engine produced, when new, 228bhp and this example was specified with BMW sport bumper and trim, sport suspension, air conditioning, electric seats and auto lights. Supplied with a strong provenance and history portfolio, including the original driver’s manual, stamped maintenance book with the last stamp in November 2018 and black leather BMW wallet, this car will also be accompanied by the previous owner’s invoices, receipts and previous MoT test certificates. With BMW special editions, no two were the same therefore this can truly be considered utterly unique.
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £11,000
    • Sold:£10,360
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £11,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number267
    • RegistrationEKH 954K
    • Chassis Number11402312008095
    • Odometer Reading83,000 miles
    • Engine Number13092312020318
    • Estimate£7,000 - £11,000
    • Model250C
    • FE Cat descThe W114 coupé heralded a completely new range of cars for Mercedes-Benz. Unlike everything else on offer, this car did not take any previous elements from the standard 180 from the 1950's. A new designer, Paul Bracq, was introduced, who penned a pure and uncluttered motorcar. The roof line came down and the seats were lowered to maintain headroom. The pillars were removed and all four windows wound down completely out of sight. The engine was a 2.5 litre, fuel injected unit with Bosch Jetronic injection, delivering 148bhp and propelling this model up to a perfectly respectable 115mph. This 250C was first registered in the state of California in 1972 and the history files suggest that a change of ownership from Mr. Hieduke, in North Hollywood, to a Mr. Carhart, in suburban Los Angeles, took place in 2012. The history file accompanying this car comes complete with servicing and maintenance records dating back to July 2011 from North Hollywood. The majority of the invoices relate to perishables such as filters, oil, pads and discs and, of course, a selection of tuning related work to the carburettors and a host of other remedial work to replace worn seals, gaskets, bushings, cables, bearings and a host of suspension components. The total amount of invoices going back to 2011 substantiate over $6,500 for its time in USA. Recent work carried out last year includes a new alternator and belt along with fitting a new replacement fuel tank. Being a US derived model, this example has the larger displacement 2.7 litre inline six engine more commonly associated with the 280C, however it comes equipped with carburettors rather than the European specification Bosch D-Jetronic system. Presented in factory cream with brown pinstriping, complemented by, unmarked, brown velour seats without headrests and without the column shift. This is a delightful 250C that is extremely original and unrestored, it's evident that its owners have really taken care of it mechanically. Upon closer inspection, this is a very original coupé with lots of character and an ideal car for any Mercedes-Benz enthusiast or collector.
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £11,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Sold:£2,943.20
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number268
    • RegistrationJ864 PJO
    • Chassis NumberWDB1240262B699533
    • Odometer Reading93,823 miles
    • Engine Number10394022111037
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model260 E
    • FE Cat descThe W 124 is a mid-sized vehicle platform and due to the high cost of German engineering and build quality, the W 124 was designed to last many miles with awards actually given and worn by high mileage versions. Much of the 124's engineering and many of its features were advanced automotive technology at its introduction, incorporating innovations that have been adopted throughout the industry. It had one of the lowest coefficient of drag (Cd) of any vehicle of the time due to its aerodynamic body, which included plastic moulding for the undercarriage to streamline airflow beneath the car, reducing fuel consumption and wind noise. It had a single windscreen wiper that had an eccentric mechanism at its base that extended the wiper's reach to the top corners of the windscreen. The station-wagon came with a 'neighbour-friendly' rear door that was pulled in the shut position silently and automatically by a sensor-controlled servomotor. Originally registered on 18th February 1992, 260 E has covered just 93,823 miles and is described by the vendor as in good all round condition, having had only one previous owner and a well stamped service book. The condition is certainly not commensurate with age with both the exterior and interior described as being as close to immaculate as imaginable, especially after almost 27 years of the best the British weather can muster. The rare option of air-conditioning as well as a factory-fitted fire extinguisher to the boot was selected by the original owner. This timeless classic is offered for sale without reserve.
    • Sold:£2,943.20
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£1,120
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number269
    • RegistrationC593 LSU
    • Chassis NumberWBD1260372A248472
    • Odometer Reading66,421 miles
    • Engine Number11796522009425
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model500 SEL
    • FE Cat descThe S-Class has always been the epitome of performance, comfort and safety, setting benchmarks within the luxury saloon and limousine segments whilst also bringing new levels of technological innovation and product refinement to the industry as a whole. The W126, in its quest to deliver maximum comfort and outstanding safety, pioneered driver and passenger airbags with acceleration skid control, making it the first series production vehicle in the world to meet offset crash requirements. The W126 was also the first production car to use safety belt pretensioners and to fit rear passenger seatbelts. This top of the range 500SEL is presented in blue green and complemented with a grey velour interior. Having covered just 66,421 miles from new, this example has been well maintained throughout. The interior of this long wheelbase version is a superbly comfortable and sumptuous place to be. This combined with the smoothness of the V8 engine enhances the limousine quality of the drive. This 500SEL is presented to auction with its original maintenance book, owner's manual, V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until December 2019. Offered at no reserve this low mileage Mercedes Benz would benefit from a little time and investment but is ready to be enjoyed immediately.
    • Sold:£1,120
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £16,000
    • Sold:£12,452
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number270
    • RegistrationH120 FLV
    • Chassis NumberSAJJNADW3DB171332
    • Odometer Reading71,796 miles
    • Engine Number8S076084SB
    • Estimate£12,000 - £16,000
    • ModelXJS Convertible (5.3 litre)
    • FE Cat descThe XJS Convertible, which first appeared in 1988 at a price of £36,000, was considerably more than merely a coupé with the roof removed. The earlier 'T-top' Cabriolet paved the way as the first open Jaguar since the departure of the E-Type in 1975, but this was to be the first full convertible and a strengthened sub-frame was employed in order to alleviate scuttle shake. It looked superb and elegant with the hood erect or folded and finally met the demands of the highly valued North American market. Retaining the roomy cockpit space of the coupé, the new convertible boasted a useful shelf for extra luggage and all the expected Jaguar refinements as standard. The XJS's superb 5.3 litre engine developed some 295bhp in later fuel injected form and, even when allied to an automatic transmission, the car was capable of a genuine 150mph. It made for a very fine open-top 'Grand Touring' car, exceeding the specification of other home-grown machinery and being much cheaper than the equivalent high profile Mercedes SL. This lovely 1990 Jaguar XJS convertible has covered just under 72,000 miles from new, this is verified by the service book which has been stamped by main agents up to 58,000 miles, there are further stamps in the book up to 70,400 miles in 2012. The car has only covered 3,000 miles in the last ten years. Recently the steering rack has been overhauled and the car has just received a service and new MoT test certificate. Finished in Bordeaux Red metallic with a Parchment interior and maroon carpets, this Jaguar XJS is supplied with a V5C registration document, an MoT test certificate which expires in April 2020, a file containing some history and the complete handbook pack. This is a fabulous example of the flagship 5.3 litre V12 XJS which has established itself as a most worthy, latter-day, classic and good examples are being eagerly sought after by collectors and prices are set to appreciate in value over time.
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £16,000
    • Sold:£12,452
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£13,000 - £15,000
    • Sold:£11,886
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number271
    • RegistrationN853 VDV
    • Chassis NumberSDLFAC2P4TA011019
    • Odometer Reading28,100 miles
    • Engine Number4200063
    • Estimate£13,000 - £15,000
    • ModelCerbera (4.0 litre)
    • FE Cat descLaunched as a prototype in 1994, the Cerbera, with a name derived from the three headed dog in Greek mythology, was the company’s third vehicle created with Peter Wheeler in command. It was not only TVR’s first hard top coupé design but it also came equipped with engines made by TVR themselves, rather than the Rover and Ford engines of its predecessors. There were three different engine options available; a 4.2 and 4.5 V8 in the earlier cars, followed by a 4.0 inline six cylinder in the later cars, all engine variants produced big torque power that gave the 90’s sport coupé the British muscle car status. On top of the monstrous engines, the Cerbera was designed to be as light as possible, weighing in at a mere 1,100kg, with no electronic driver aids, this meant it stayed true to TVR’s tradition of high power to weight performance and certainly wasn’t for the faint hearted driver. This very nice example is presented in black with a grey and red leather interior. These were exhilarating sports cars to drive with exciting looks to match and so the specification inside was commensurate of a car on a mission; it comes with air conditioning, electric windows, power steering and central locking. Its mighty 4.0 litre V8 engine is mated to a five speed gearbox. For the majority of its life, this car was serviced and maintained by Brooklands TVR , with some servicing carried out in Belgium between 2008 and 2012. The last service was done in March this year in the UK. This car underwent a documented odometer change at 17,017 miles in 1998 by Brooklands TVR, the total mileage covered is 45,100. Striking to look at with road holding capabilities enough to test the skill of the even the most accomplished of drivers. The car comes with a V5 Logbook and an MoT test certificate which expires in March 2020.
    • ESTIMATE£13,000 - £15,000
    • Sold:£11,886
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£1,792
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number272
    • RegistrationR17 CLK
    • Chassis NumberWDB2083472F040070
    • Odometer Reading62,450 miles
    • Engine Number11197522012196
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelCLK 230 Kompressor
    • FE Cat descThe Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class is a former series of mid-size or entry-level luxury coupés and convertibles produced between 1997 and 2010. Although its design and styling was derived from the E-Class, the mechanical underpinnings were based on the smaller C-Class and was positioned between the CLC-Class and CL-Class. The CLK introduced a new market niche for Mercedes-Benz. Although it used components from the E-Class, its aesthetics were based on the E-Class but it had a specification level higher than the E-Class even though it was in fact based on the less expensive C-Class platform. There were two versions were initially available, the four-cylinder CLK 200 and a four-cylinder supercharged CLK 230 Kompressor. This lovely example is presented in dark metallic blue with grey leather interior, both of which are in wonderful condition considering its age. As well as air conditioning, walnut door cappings and dashboard, this low mileage car has the advantage of the previous owner owning it from when it was only two months old right up until 2019 when the present vendor took ownership. This very sought after model is presented in probably the most desirable colour combination and comes with a MoT test certificate valid until February 2020. Offered at no reserve, this is true value for money considering its original cost. Despite the badge on the boot lid depicting 320, it is a 230 Kompressor.
    • Sold:£1,792
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £11,000
    • Sold:£12,880
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number273
    • RegistrationETU 956S
    • Chassis NumberSRH32519
    • Odometer Reading53,480 miles
    • Engine Number32519
    • Estimate£9,000 - £11,000
    • ModelSilver Shadow II
    • FE Cat desc1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £11,000
    • Sold:£12,880
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£8,490
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number274
    • RegistrationE850 XJK
    • Chassis NumberSADDDRLW3CA479631
    • Odometer Reading80,597 miles
    • Engine Number7P060162HA
    • Estimate£10,000 - 12,000
    • ModelDouble-Six
    • FE Cat descThe chairman of Jaguar at the time 'Lofty' England declared that the new V12 luxury saloon was to be baptised the Daimler Double-Six and a legend was born. The Series III, the final derivative of the Daimler Double-Six, arrived in 1979 and like its predecessors benefited from the clean cut, new body designed by famed Italian design house, Pininfarina. The new design featured more glass, slightly squarer lines around the roof area and up to date front and rear styling. The Series III soldiered on until the late 1980s, outliving the XJ6, the departure of which was delayed by problems installing the engine in the new XJ40 series. This was the flagship car in the Jaguar/Daimler line and was produced until the end of 1992. It would be hard to imagine news footage of the 1980s and early 1990s without a member of the cabinet or the House of Windsor ascending elegantly out of a Double-Six. No other car of that period epitomised brisk luxury travel like a Daimler and in such a truly understated British fashion. This car was not concerned with the pomp and showmanship of a Rolls-Royce, it was a Daimler and it meant business. The export market adored it. On offer here is the desirable V12 version supplied with a full service history and a wonderful history file including original brochures, dealer correspondence and manuals. Bought new as a company car from Caffyns, Mr. Bull specified his car to be delivered in Silver Birch with Mulberry Red interior. Mr. Bull sold his business and retired in 1996 at which time he transferred the car over to himself. When he died in 2006, it was passed onto his wife and then onto his son in 2018 and now is available for the first time in its 30 year life to someone outside of the Bull family. Wonderfully original, the car’s interior shows no sign of any wear and the bodywork is remarkably well preserved. A truly original example that must be unique with such a good history. Supplied with a V5C registration document together with a substantial history file, it also comes with every single MoT test certificate, sales brochure, sales correspondence, service book and handbooks. The car has a current MoT test certificate valid until April 2020, having just passed with no advisories. With such a splendid family history and a rare sight on the roads today, this Daimler is sure to create a stir.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£8,490
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£6,226
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number275
    • RegistrationPJI 1955
    • Chassis NumberWBAEG22010CB57447
    • Odometer Reading128,000 miles
    • Engine Number60270047
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model850i
    • FE Cat descDesign of the 8 Series began in 1984 with the final design phase and production development in 1986. It debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show in early September 1989 and was designed to move beyond the market of the original 6 Series. The 8 Series however had substantially improved performance as well as a far higher purchase price. Over 1.5 billion Deutsche Marks were spent on development; BMW used CAD tools, still unusual at the time, to design the car's all-new body. Combined with wind tunnel testing, the resulting car had a drag coefficient of 0.29 and offered the first V12 engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox on a road car. It was also one of the first vehicles to be fitted with an electronic drive-by-wire throttle. Presented with very good Sterling Silver paintwork and contrasting red leather interior, this 850i comes with an impressive level of equipment including air conditioning, sports suspension, electric sliding roof, ABS and electric heated seats with drivers memory position. The 850 was way ahead of its time when launched, a fact borne out by it still retaining a fresh and modern look. This example is in lovely condition and is presented to auction with a V5C registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until November 2019. The history file accompanying the car contains various service receipts and old MoT test certificates. This is a commanding 90’s sports car which represents great value, especially with the prices for modern V12’s ever increasing.
    • Sold:£6,226
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £16,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number276
    • RegistrationYU 321
    • Chassis Number4223586
    • Odometer Reading8,021 miles
    • Engine Number4124554
    • Estimate£12,000 - £16,000
    • Model503 12 H.P. Two-Three Seater Torpedo
    • FE Cat descDUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE AUCTION The first FIAT (FIAT being an acronym for Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino) was rolled out from the factory in 1901. During the 1920s, to save on import duties, FIAT supplied the chassis units only to FIAT (England) Limited, chassis units having a lot less tax liability than complete automobiles. The catalogue for the FIAT 12 h.p. Model 503, in the UK offered three choices of body style, a 12 h.p. five-seater (four doors) open model (£295), a 12 h.p. saloon (four doors) closed model (£350) and as offered today, a 12 h.p. two-three Seater (with Dickie seat) open design (£290). According to Fiat UK Limited, this particular chassis was supplied to Fiat England on 9th March 1927. The chassis was bodied by Fiat at the company’s Railways Materials Department, Ashford, Kent, which, at the time, undertook the building of special bodied cars in addition to locomotives and rolling stock. This Torpedo is recorded as having been built there on 2nd February 1927. Due to its unusual coachbuilder, you may be able to spot the railway items fitted such as the electrical master on off switch mounted within the rear seating/boot area and the railway carriage door handles. Originally supplied with a grey coachwork, today, this Fiat is presented in very good order in yellow over black. It has a full complement of weather equipment and has recently been treated to a new Triplex windscreen (two pieces), supplied by Warner Glass, Croydon, who also supplied a windscreen for this motorcar in 1952 for £8.00. A copy of that invoice from 1952, now sits framed on their office wall in Croydon, the current owner of the company, having made that glass in 1952. This Torpedo also sits on its original Sankeys, patented, pressed steel wheels. Recent works include a new battery, overhauled radiator, valves re-faced and re-sprung seats with new webbing. Starting is aided by an electrical start with a starting handle backup. Along with it current UK V5C registration document, this Fiat comes with two continuation buff log books from the 1950s and records that the car was first registered on 29th September 1927. There is also the original build sheet, old invoices and an MoT test certificates, one invoice in particular is from Sunningdale Motors to a Pilot Officer G. Partridge dated 30th June 1952. Other items include a chassis parts manual, catalogue, operating instructions, road test reports and various letters. Various spares such as an engine block, gearbox, rear axle and other small components are also included. This lovely and well cared for Fiat is a handsome machine and, to find one today in this condition and functioning, as it should, is a rare find indeed. Great fun for the summer pub/club runs and offered with an exceptionally reasonable estimate.
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £16,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Sold:£4,144
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number277
    • RegistrationR940 KAW
    • Chassis NumberIGIYY23P5P5105266
    • Odometer Reading64,000 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelCorvette C4
    • FE Cat descThe Corvette was built by the Chevrolet division of General Motors over six generations. The first model, a convertible, was designed by Harley Earl and introduced at the GM Motorama in 1953 as a concept show car. The National Corvette Museum documents the car's worldwide history and hosts an annual event. The third generation Corvette, patterned after the Mako Shark II concept car, was introduced for the 1968 model year and lasted until 1982. The fourth generation Corvette was the first all-new Corvette since 1963, with production beginning on 3rd January, 1983 and delivery to customers from March, 1983. The C4 Corvette was known for its evolved, sleek and modern look and was also the first general production Corvette to have a glass hatchback for better storage access. It also had all new brakes with aluminium calipers. The Corvette C4 came standard with an electronic dashboard with a digital liquid crystal display dash and graphics for speed, RPM and digital displays for other important engine functions. This handsome Corvette C4 was manufactured in 1998 and was first registered in the UK in November 2018. Finished in green with a tan leather interior, this car is supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate. The figure hugging seats and reasonable storage space make this American muscle car a user friendly powerhouse. Having covered relatively few miles for a modern sports car, this fun C4 can be considered fantastic value being offered to auction at no reserve.
    • Sold:£4,144
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£3,396
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number278
    • Registration245 DXY
    • Chassis NumberSAJJJALD3CH868328
    • Odometer Reading76,795 miles
    • Engine NumberLC9901292340
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelXJ8 (4.0 litre)
    • FE Cat descThe Jaguar Saloon launched in 1997 was codenamed X308 by the manufacturer and badged as an XJ8 for the market place. Both names make reference to the new model line-ups V8 power unit. Available as either a 3200cc or 4000cc version. The exterior styling was similar to the previous model with some minor refinements. The interior received a pleasing makeover with a much softer, more modern, look to the dashboard. This XJ8 4.0 litre presents extremely well in white with an Oatmeal full leather interior. In addition to the high level of standard equipment enjoyed by all XJ8 models which includes air conditioning and automatic transmission, this particularly well equipped Jaguar has had a huge amount of well thought out options added. These include Celtic alloy wheels, electric tilt and slide sunroof, electrically operated and heated front seats, a wood and leather steering wheel, a heated front windscreen and a bonnet mounted leaping Jaguar mascot. This car is presented to auction with a V5C registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until February 2020. Also included in the sale is the cherished number plate 245 DXY. This handsome Jaguar was not only chosen well but has also been well looked after. The service book shows ten service stamps with the last service being completed in February this year. Offered at no reserve and including a cherished plate, this Jaguar represents fantastic value.
    • Sold:£3,396
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£14,000
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number279
    • RegistrationH969 0EE
    • Chassis NumberSAJJNJDW3DR166698
    • Odometer Reading61,508 Km
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£15,000 - £18,000
    • ModelXJS Convertible (5.3 litre)
    • FE Cat descThese fabulous grand tourers were produced from 1975 through to 1996 and replaced the iconic E-Type. Although it never had quite the same sporting image, the XJS was actually more aerodynamic with the last one being produced in April 1996. Its power came from their V12 engine with a choice of a manual or automatic transmission although the manual gearbox was soon dropped. V12 engine cars were unusual at the time with notable exceptions coming from Italian luxury sports car makers Lamborghini and Ferrari. Imported from Japan, this lovely example is presented in metallic Dorchester Grey with Magnolia leather interior and black piping. Powered by the smooth and powerful 5.3 litre V12, these luxury sports tourers were well equipped, coming with electric windows, air conditioning, heated electric seats and a power hood. The present owner had the car re-sprayed about one and half years ago and it looks fantastic today. It also comes with a MoT test certificate which expires in January 2020 and was last serviced by The Jag Workshop, Ealing in February this year.
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£14,000
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £11,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number280
    • RegistrationUK Taxes paid
    • Chassis NumberSAJDDJLW3CR482552
    • Odometer Reading41,219 km
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£9,000 - £11,000
    • ModelDouble-Six Series III
    • FE Cat descDUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE AUCTION The Chairman of Jaguar at the time, 'Lofty' England, declared that the new V12 luxury saloon was to be baptised the Daimler Double-Six and a legend was born. The Series III, the final derivative of the Daimler Double-Six, arrived in 1979 and like its predecessors benefitted from the clean cut, new body designed by famed Italian design house, Pininfarina. The new design featured more glass, slightly squarer lines around the roof area and up-to-date front and rear styling. The Series III soldiered on until the late 1980s, outliving the XJ6, the departure of which was delayed by problems installing the engine in the new XJ40 series. This was the flagship car in the Jaguar/Daimler line and was produced until the very end of 1992. It would be hard to imagine news footage of the 1980s and early 1990s without a member of the Cabinet or the House of Windsor ascending elegantly out of a Double-Six. No other car of that period epitomised brisk luxury travel like a Daimler and in such a truly understated British fashion. This car was not concerned with the pomp and showmanship of a Rolls-Royce, it was a Daimler and it meant business. The export market adored it. This very nice example imported from Japan, is presented in burgundy with Doeskin leather interior, maple door cappings and dashboard. It also comes with air conditioning and electric windows as standard with these models. The car is supplied with its service and hand books and also its original sales brochure which is rare. There is evidence from the Japanese service records that the car has been serviced at regular intervals and the present owner has just had the car serviced by The Jag Workshop in Ealing who have issued a new MoT test certificate which will be valid until April 2020. These are very sought after now as the classic Jaguar market gains pace and this model is in wonderful condition and ready to be enjoyed.
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £11,000
    • StatusUnsold
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