Brooklands Motor Museum 13th July 2019 Sale(#40) 13/07/2019 9:30 AM GMT CLOSED

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    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£10,000.00
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number101
    • Estimate£9,000 - £12,000
    • FE Cat descNumber plate 430 N with retention certificate.
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£10,000.00
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£3,000 - £4,000
    • Sold:£5,500
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number102
    • Estimate£3,000 - £4,000
    • FE Cat descA fascinating addition to any home or commercial environment, this is a full size fibreglass recreation of the front end of the iconic Aston Martin DB5. It has been designed to incorporate a bar area at the front and accommodate two people in a rear-facing seated area. It has working headlamps and sidelights powered by a standard 240V mains socket; the rear facing seat is trimmed in black faux leather, whilst the front bar area is trimmed in red faux leather and provides holders for six champagne flutes and has storage for an ice bucket and four bottles. A stylish and unique piece of furniture and one that is sure to become a talking point.
    • ESTIMATE£3,000 - £4,000
    • Sold:£5,500
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£5,000 - £7,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number103
    • RegistrationJ198 EFU
    • Chassis NumberNU45A1000636
    • Odometer Reading36,285 Km
    • Engine NumberJ421100647
    • Estimate£5,000 - £7,000
    • ModelSW1
    • FE Cat descWith amazing design, Suzuki’s GN 250 engined SW-1 is a fully enclosed vintage retro-styled machine but was sadly only made for the Japanese home market in 1992, making it extremely rare. Finished in cream, the bike is belt driven, with twin supertrapp, adjustable silencers and dual leather-look seats. It has a rear pop open side storage and looking from the rear of the bike it is very reminiscent of a1960’s Vespa.Its unique concept design was created by Naoki Sakai and the SW in its name is derived from the initials of the Water Studios. It was awarded the 1992 Good Design Award. This example is in very good original condition and one of only 200 which were produced, with very few ever leaving Japan. Presented in its original cream colour, this bike comes with a new Ministry of Transport test certificate and V5 log book. A rare machine which is sure to turn heads amongst the motorcycle fraternity wherever it goes.
    • ESTIMATE£5,000 - £7,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£6,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number104
    • RegistrationV92 DBD
    • Chassis NumberZCGF400AAYV00721
    • Odometer Reading1,774 miles
    • Engine NumberF4 A Y 000736
    • Estimate£9,000 - £12,000
    • ModelAgusta F4 750S
    • FE Cat descIntroduced in 1998, the MV Agusta F4 was the motorcycle that brought the famed MV Agusta brand back to life. The F4 was designed by Massimo Tamburini at the MV Agusta’s famed Cagiva Research Centre in San Marino. Tamburini was also responsible for the design of the Ducati 916 and he is credited with launching the resurrection of MV Agusta. Development of the F4’s engine was assisted by engineers at Ferrari and, as a result, this is one of few superbikes available that features a hemispherical chamber and a four-valves-per-cylinder engine. Considered to be one of the best sport bikes in the world at the time of its release, the F4 uses an abundance of carbon fibre and alloy castings, which gives it one of the best power to weight ratios of any bike in its class, weighing a feather light 180kg. This was originally ordered and built for H.R.H. Prince Khaled Bin Al Waleed and is a pre-production machine as defined by the F400 in the chassis number instead of F401. (as used on production bikes) There is a plaque on the MV confirming this to be a ‘one of one’ model. Presenting in superb unmarked condition in a unique colour of matt grey, this very special motorcycle was manufactured with an 01 Viper Specification engine. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 28th March 2020, this is registered on HPI as a category C insurance loss. Unfortunately the second and current owner had the MV stolen a week into his ownership. Supporting evidence confirms the only damage was a rear tyre and a complete change of all the locks which were exceedingly difficult to locate at the time. This MV Agusta F4 750 S is a collectors dream; a factory built one-off special.
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£6,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£8,000 - £10,000
    • Sold:£5,500
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number105
    • RegistrationSCK 268K
    • Chassis NumberCB750-2002579
    • Odometer Reading15,092 miles
    • Engine NumberCB750E-2218275
    • Estimate£8,000 - £10,000
    • ModelCB750 K2
    • FE Cat descHonda introduced the CB750 motorcycle in 1969 to the US and European markets after experiencing great success with their smaller motorcycles. The CB750 offered two unprecedented features, a front disc brake and a four cylinder transverse engine with an overhead camshaft, neither of which were previously available on a mainstream affordable production motorcycle. These two features gave the CB750 a considerable advantage over its competition, particularly its British rivals. This Honda presents in splendid condition and benefits from having a full engine rebuild in November 2014, photographic evidence is available. The paintwork is unblemished as is the chromework. Supplied with a V5 registration document and a number of invoices, these classic Hondas’ are great to look at and even better to ride. Photographs courtesy of Luke Papworth from Hampshire Photography
    • ESTIMATE£8,000 - £10,000
    • Sold:£5,500
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£4,950
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number106
    • RegistrationP570 ORP
    • Chassis Number1HD1FDL10VY60
    • Odometer Reading32,178 miles
    • Engine NumberFDLV605304
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelFLHR Roadking
    • FE Cat descHarley-Davidson have been making bikes for over 100 years now and have, rather like Land Rover, operated in every theatre of war and over every continent since the beginning. They are the face of America and represent freedom for generations on both law enforcement and the rebel element. There are a myriad on configurations but the FLHR Roadking sports an air-cooled, 1340cc, twin cam, V-Twin Evolution motor mated to a five-speed manual transmission. It comes with standard air-adjustable, dual shock rear suspension, dual brake discs in the front and a large Hiawatha headlight. Acquired new from the vendor from Leicester HD, it has been specified with a number of modifications. These include a long range fuel tank, fish-tail exhausts, leather pannier bags to the rear and front forks (tool roll) and a (detachable) windscreen. There are also leather tassels on the footrests and ‘VICLA ape-hanger’ handlebars. The ‘Easy Rider’ look can be de-accessorised if required. It has always be cared for and used for the purpose for which it was designed; the vendor using it regularly for a monthly commute from the UK to the French/Swiss border. Supplied with UK registration document, this is offered without reserve.
    • Sold:£4,950
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £12,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number107
    • RegistrationP144 YUB
    • Chassis NumberSABTVR03367094280
    • Odometer Reading62 miles
    • Engine NumberAS450680
    • Estimate£7,000 - £12,000
    • ModelStark Tricycle
    • FE Cat descBuilt for the European Trike Trophy, this VW Stark Tricycle was a custom-built chassis by Ian Bunting of Smart Engineering with paintwork by Geoff Ridgeway. VW tricycle's have a cult following much like customised choppers and this example we are informed won the European Trophy in 1995, 1996 and 1997 and second place in both 1998 and 1999 before also winning the 1998 Farmyard and Barnsley Custom Show. Built around the Volkswagen engine with 21" over Tollé forks which were £5,000 alone, wide rear wheels and wheelie bars prevent any over-exuberant rider from turning over given the power. This example also features a lightened and balanced crank and twin Weber carburettors together with a custom built one-off stainless steel exhaust from South Africa. The Trike looks as stunning today as in 1998 which, at the time, cost a small fortune to create and would make a fantastic promotional or show competing example for years to come having previously been heavily featured in magazines and online media. Offered with a UK V5 registration document and history file containing invoices from the custom build, this fabulous example has just been serviced and is offered with a UK MoT valid until June 2020.
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £12,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Sold:£6,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number108
    • RegistrationR155 ABT
    • Chassis NumberWDB2100741A616744
    • Odometer Reading78,567 km
    • Engine Number11386
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelE55 AMG
    • FE Cat descMercedes was still refining the AMG E-Class blueprint when the W210 E36 AMG was launched in 1996. With a 3.6-litre in-line six under the bonnet performance was brisk rather than breathtaking, with 277hp good for 155mph and a 6.7-second 0-60mph time. Available in left- and right-hand drive and produced from 1996 to 1997 it was the rarest of the AMG E-Class models - and came with a four-speed automatic transmission. In 1998 the was the launch of the definitive W210 AMG E-Class - the E55 AMG. .Built to rival BMW's M5 the E55 AMG's 5,439cc normally-aspirated V8 motor produced 354hp and a monstrous 390lb ft of torque. Available as a saloon and estate - and in right-hand drive - the low-profile E55 looked similar to a cooking E-Class save for understated AMG bodykit, fat AMG alloys and paired exhaust. This fabulous example finished in silver with black leather interior and was displayed in 2018 at Mercedes-Benz World as one of the stars of their ’50 Years of AMG’ exhibition, it has appeared on the covers of both Modern Classics and Mercedes Enthusiasts magazines, the latter describing it as ‘one of the nicest E55s we have seen!’ The interior trim is dark walnut and it comes with a high specification including front electric memory and heated seats, electric rear sunblind, cruise control, factory Bose sound system with 6CD multi-changer, automatic gearbox, electric tilt and slide glass sunroof to name a few. The car was imported from Japan in 2016 by the previous owner, and it is supplied with the import documentation verifying the mileage which has been professionally translated. There is also paperwork in the history file documenting the work carried out on the car since its arrival in the UK. It was last serviced less than 1,000 miles ago (the second service since arriving in the UK in 2016). In 2017, the present owner had the car fully Dinitrolled underneath for protection, along with a full gearbox oil service at an independent Mercedes-Benz specialist, when it also had a new battery fitted. This superb example comes with a V5 registration document and two sets of keys.
    • Sold:£6,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£3,885
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number109
    • RegistrationXJI 6122
    • Chassis NumberSAJJNAEW3BC120972
    • Odometer Reading104,619 miles
    • Engine NumberBS033164HA
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelXJS HE Lynx Spider
    • FE Cat descFollowing on from the hugely successful E-Type, Jaguar introduced the XJS in 1976. Although not quite as sporting as the E-Type, the XJS was a very capable grand tourer and its slick body shape meant it was more aerodynamic than its predecessor. Power came from Jaguar’s V12 engine which was a relatively exotic configuration for the time and usually reserved for Ferraris and Lamborghinis. From July 1981 the XJS became the XJS HE and received the new high-efficiency engine for much better economy. In 1982, the new V12 XJS HE won first and second at the RAC Tourist Trophy race at Silverstone. The Lynx Motor Company was founded in 1968 by engineer Guy Black and architect Roger Ludgate. Originally formed to repair and maintain specialist sports and racing cars but they quickly made their name restoring and maintaining original Jaguar C-Types, D-Types and E-Types. Lynx converted the XJS from coupé to convertible in response to customer demand, several years before Jaguar themselves were offering the car in this open body style. Each conversion took ten weeks to complete as the donor car had to be significantly re-engineered to retain sufficient strength. This 1985 Jaguar XJS HE, fitted with the V12 engine and ultra-rare manual gearbox, was converted by the Lynx Motor Company to this lovely convertible. In 2013 further work was carried out including a new electric roof and new leather seats. This car was purchased by the current owner in 2016 and kept in his private collection and it has had very little use in this time. This Lynx convertible is finished in dark red with red soft top roof and black leather, piped in red, interior. Currently the roof is not working but it was replaced in 2013, also the car requires a new near side rear window. The car is supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate. With the roof down and the V12 on song, this is the perfect car to make the most of the British summer. Offered without reserve.
    • Sold:£3,885
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£1,100
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number110
    • RegistrationEJ52 HMD
    • Chassis NumberWDB2110652A201880
    • Odometer Reading15,8469 miles
    • Engine Number11294931455711
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelE320 Elegance
    • FE Cat descThe Mercedes-Benz E Class range was launched in 1953 and sits midrange in the German manufacturers line-up. Offered in various engine and body configurations the E Class has been marketed worldwide across five generations. W211 is the factory code name for the version of the E Class launched in 2002. Historically the E Class is the best selling model from Mercedes-Benz with more than 13 million sold by 2015. Before 1993, the E in the manufacturers line-up was a suffix which stood for Einspritzmotor, the German word for fuel injection. By 1993 fuel injection was commonplace in Mercedes engines. The DVLA record for this E320 Elegance shows a registration date of January 2003 and that the car has had two owners since then. This automatic Mercedes-Benz looks well in the colour combination of black with beige leather interior. Benefitting from air conditioning and alloy wheels, this Mercedes-Benz is presented to auction with a file of servicing invoices, a V5C registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until January 2020. This E320 is offered for sale with no reserve.
    • Sold:£1,100
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£2,750
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number111
    • RegistrationRIG 4956
    • Chassis NumberSAJKC13L62KF57762
    • Odometer Reading46,351 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£10,000-£14,000
    • ModelXJ8 Executive
    • FE Cat descThe first XJ was launched in 1968 and the designation has been used for successive Jaguar flagship models ever since. The original model was the last Jaguar saloon to have had the input of Sir William Lyons, the company's founder. With the introduction of the X308 generation in 1997 came a switch from the 'XJ6' nomenclature to 'XJ8', reflecting the fact that the X308 cars were powered by a new V8 engine. The exterior styling of the X308 was similar to its predecessor the X300, with minor refinements such as a change to oval indicator lenses and round fog lights. The interior was also updated to eliminate the instrument binnacle used on the X300; instead, three large gauges were set into recesses in the walnut faced dashboard in front of the driver. The major mechanical change was the replacement of both the inline six and V12 engines with new eight cylinder V8 in either 3.2 litre or 4.0 litre versions and all were automatic. This absolutely stunning example, imported from Japan, is presented in British Racing Green and is powered by the 3.2 litre V8 engine. Its sumptuous interior in beige leather is in superb condition, with air conditioning and electric seats fitted as standard. This is the last Jaguar saloon of this shape and its paintwork gleams having been given a recent ceramic coat paint protection package. This is probably one of the best examples of this luxurious saloon which comes with all original handbooks and is still as quiet to drive today as it was when manufactured 16 years ago.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£2,750
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£7,700
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number112
    • RegistrationJMC 575
    • Chassis Number321/794
    • Odometer Reading5,411 miles
    • Engine Number1969
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelSuper Six (21hp)
    • FE Cat descThe Wolseley Motor Company was founded in 1901. The company officially became the Wolseley Motor Company in 1914 located in Birmingham. After 1935 it was incorporated into larger companies but the Wolseley name remained as an up market marque until 1975. The Wolseley Super Six Model was manufactured from 1935-1937 with three engine configurations, 16HP, 21HP & 25HP. The Wolseley Registry in England records all surviving Wolseley cars. Their database of around 5,500 cars accounts an estimated half of all surviving Wolseley's. This Wolseley has had one former keeper and has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s. Never restored, this handsome Super Six is supplied with plenty of the original documentation and is still on the same registration plate of JMC 575 from new. Supplied with a V5 registration document, this Wolseley Super Six is offered for sale without reserve.
    • Sold:£7,700
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£17,000 - £20,000
    • Sold:£12,650
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number113
    • RegistrationP360 DEP
    • Chassis NumberSDLDCC485TJ012033
    • Odometer Reading5,799 km
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£17,000 - £20,000
    • ModelChimaera Clubman (4.0 litre)
    • FE Cat descTVR was an independent British manufacturer of sports cars and until 2006, was based in the seaside town of Blackpool. The company manufactured lightweight sports cars with powerful engines and was, at one stage, the third largest specialised sports car manufacturer in the world offering a diverse range of coupés and convertibles. TVR's are composed of tubular steel frames, cloaked in fibreglass bodywork. The two arms of the company were TVR Engineering, which manufactured sports cars, and TVR Power, their powertrain division. The company has, regrettably, had a turbulent recent history and had not made any new cars since 2006. In July 2012, owner Nikolay Smolensky announced that, despite analysing various potential plans to create a new car, building a new TVR model was not going to be financially viable - despite promising to do so when buying the company - and thus TVR's existence as a car manufacturer was brought to an end. The Chimera was intended to be the long distance tourer of the range and as such was longer, more spacious and had slightly softer suspension than its sister car. Imported from Japan, this exceptional example is presented in metallic grey with grey leather interior and has a black manually operated hood. It has covered a remarkable 3,603 miles from new which must make this car probably the lowest mileage example on the market today. Its beefy 4.0 litre V8 engine is mated to a five speed gearbox and has electric windows. The owner has just serviced the car and it comes with an MoT test certificate which expires in January 2020. These are high performance cars not for the faint hearted, particularly as this is the Clubman model which has a Limited Slip Differential and no power steering – a real drivers car!
    • ESTIMATE£17,000 - £20,000
    • Sold:£12,650
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£5,550
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number114
    • RegistrationAT53 BZA
    • Chassis NumberSAJAC42P242A37644
    • Odometer Reading63,525 miles
    • Engine Number2B0305161622
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelXK8
    • FE Cat descThe performance and comfort contained within Jaguar’s XK8 has been carefully considered and the sales figures speak for themselves. Geoff Lawson’s sleek design allows the occupants the ability to arrive in style whilst still enjoying Jaguar’s trademark leather upholstery and burr walnut dash and door cappings. The XK8 came with a brand new V8, four litre engine. The first, in fact, since the Daimler SP250, with a slightly more powerful and efficient 4.2 litre unit arriving in 2003 coupled to a six-speed automatic transmission. Adaptive suspension aided the driving experience as, indeed, did the light sensitive headlamps and automatic dipping rear view mirror. This January 2004 model comes with the more desirable 4.2 litre engine and, with only, 63,525 under its belt, has plenty of love to give. Described by the vendor as presenting in very good condition throughout, in fact described as 10 out 10 in all areas illustrates the attention this example has received over the years. Stored in garage at home and regularly serviced locally again underlines the confidence in the condition of this convertible XK8. Offered without reserve.
    • Sold:£5,550
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£17,500 - £19,000
    • Sold:£12,980
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number115
    • RegistrationL875 DBB
    • Chassis Number5AJJNAE3ER191855
    • Odometer Reading20,685 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£17,500 - £19,000
    • ModelXJS 6.0 Coupé
    • FE Cat descThat Jaguar's XJS has become a 'bona fide' classic is beyond doubt. Launched in 1975, its twenty one year production life was a testimony to the excellence of its basic design. Its excellent ride and handling balance was justly praised by the contemporary motoring press. The car was re-engineered in 1991 with the rear side windows enlarged. The rear section benefitted from the new ‘facelift’ rear lights. This superb example, imported from Japan, is presented in what is arguably the most desirable colour combination of Kingfisher Blue with Magnolia leather interior and was supplied new by H.R. Owen in June 1994. The car comes with air conditioning, electric windows, cruise control and electric seats. The present owner has recently had the car serviced in the UK. These 6.0 litre British sports cars were the envy of many and this model, in particular, is the one most seek to find.
    • ESTIMATE£17,500 - £19,000
    • Sold:£12,980
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£6,050
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number116
    • RegistrationNAB 472D
    • Chassis NumberP1B57744BW
    • Odometer Reading94,068 miles
    • Engine Number7B624778
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelS-Type (3.8 Litre)
    • FE Cat descProduced from 1963 to 1968, the Jaguar S-Type was technically a more sophisticated development of the Jaguar Mk. II, offering buyers a more luxurious alternative. It was available with either 3.4 or 3.8 litre XK engines and featured longer rear bodywork among other styling and interior changes. Despite its extra weight, the S-Type's independent rear suspension allowed it to corner faster than the Mk. II, especially on uneven surfaces, providing better traction and a much smoother ride for rear seat passengers with the consensus that the S-Type offered significant improvements over the Mk. II in road holding, safety and ride comfort. It was described as 'a convenient family car, a businessman's express, a sports coupé and a grand tourer.'
    • Sold:£6,050
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£13,000 - £16,000
    • Sold:£13,750
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number117
    • RegistrationOCN 546L
    • Chassis Number2470288
    • Odometer Reading91,041 miles
    • Engine NumberAR00512/45972
    • Estimate£13,000 - £16,000
    • Model2000 Spider Veloce
    • FE Cat descA modern classic by Pininfarina, the simple yet elegant 'Kamm tail' Spider bodywork, premiered on the 1970 Spider Veloce and would prove enduringly popular, lasting into the 1990s. The Spider’s mechanics were essentially those of the Giulia saloon while the engine was the GTV’s double overhead camshaft four. The original 1750 version was a one year only model, with the advent of the Spica-injected 2000 model in 1971. Wind tunnel testing resulted in the 2000’s signature drag-reducing Kamm tail, while other improvements over the earlier Duetto models included bigger brakes and a limited slip differential. Outstanding speed, acceleration and handling were all characteristics of this class leading model, which nevertheless possessed a quite remarkable docility, even at high speeds and the twisting roads which were great for these Italian classics. The previous owner of this superb Spider completed a full nut and bolt restoration in 2004/05 which included welding repairs, a full respray, engine rebuild including ignition, valve seals, gearbox rebuild, big end bearings, pistons and a whole host more, the list of which is contained within the history file accompanying the car. Since 2006, the present owner has replaced the starter motor, tyres, brake pads and he has rebuilt the carburettors. All the receipts and photographs of the work can also been found in the history file. Immaculately presented in yellow with a black interior, this example is certainly one of nicest we have seen and with its black hood in great condition it is ready to be enjoyed.
    • ESTIMATE£13,000 - £16,000
    • Sold:£13,750
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£9,900
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number118
    • RegistrationX161 UFC
    • Chassis NumberSAXXNPAZEYD186675
    • Odometer Reading29,400 miles
    • Engine Number12A2LK70384060
    • Estimate£11,000 - £14,000
    • ModelMini Cooper Sport
    • FE Cat descThe Mini was manufactured by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The original Mini was, of course, considered a British icon of the 1960’s with its space-saving front-wheel drive layout allowing a large percentage of the car's floorpan to be used for passengers and luggage, this influenced a generation of car makers and started the rush to create the best small family car. The Mini Cooper Sport had a front-mounted radiator, driver's airbag and was only produced from March to October 2000. It could be distinguished from earlier 'Sport Pack' equipped Coopers by its platinum roof and bonnet stripes. The model's widened wheel arches housed 13"x6" alloy wheels while inside it featured an alloy dashboard as well as alloy window winders, door pulls and door handles. This lovely example, finished to 500 specification, is presented in British Racing Green with a silver roof and a wonderful leather interior in black and grey. It has had four owners from new and has been garaged since new by all of the owners, including the present one. The renowned specialist Wood and Pickett reconditioned the gearbox in 2017 and the Car Kitchen replaced the clutch this year. The car is presented with a full service history which includes some invoices, accompanying this are also the original owner's manuals. Sitting on a good set of Yokohama tyres and coming with two sets of keys, this is a wonderful classic British Sports car with great pedigree.
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£9,900
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £19,000
    • Sold:£10,450
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number119
    • RegistrationAFW 593A
    • Chassis NumberCT10695L
    • Odometer Reading53,360 miles
    • Engine NumberCT11077E
    • Estimate£15,000-£19,000
    • ModelTR4
    • FE Cat descProduced between 1961 and 1967, the TR4 combined a new, modern and aggressive body design by famed Italian stylist, Giovanni Michelotti with the basic chassis of the previous TR3A. The TR4 also improved passenger comfort with wind-up windows, face-level ventilation and an optional hardtop. The 2138cc engine of the late-production TR3A continued while the 1991cc engine was also made available to buyers who wanted to participate in two-litre racing. When equipped with the optional overdrive, the TR4 was good for a top speed of almost 110mph. Today, the four-cylinder TR's are among the easiest of post-war classic sports cars to own and maintain being supported by a multitude of component suppliers and other specialists. This example is presented in black with red interior including its original steering wheel which is rare. Originally exported to Kentucky, this lefthand drive Triumph was repatriated to the UK and registered in 2017, it is supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 12th November 2019. This is a sound example that benefits from new wire wheels and tyres. These Triumphs are much sought after and often muted as one of the prettiest of the TR range. With its lively four-cylinder engine and four-speed gearbox, these great British sports cars hustle along the country roads with verve and provide fun open top motoring.
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £19,000
    • Sold:£10,450
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£15,400
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number120
    • RegistrationERY 800L
    • Chassis Number11407222000595
    • Odometer Reading50,341 miles
    • Engine Number11098122000742
    • Estimate£10,000-£14,000
    • Model280 CE
    • FE Cat descThe W114 coupé hailed a completely new range of cars for Mercedes-Benz. Unlike everything else on offer, this did not take any previous elements from the standard 180 from the 1950's. A new designer was also brought in, Paul Bracq, who penned a pure and uncluttered motorcar. The roofline came down and the seats 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, especially in those days. Originally registered on 20th September 1972, this presents in splendid condition. With only two previous keepers, this 280 CE is supplied with a host of paperwork including the original purchase invoice, handbooks and service invoices. The Terracotta coachwork is in fine order and the tan interior is in a condition commensurate with such a low mileage example. We are advised she runs and drives well with no known faults. Supplied with a V5C registration document, this handsome coupé is one of the rarest top of the range W114 coupés, it is thought less than fifty 280 CE's remain in the UK.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£15,400
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£16,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£12,100
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number121
    • Registration874 BAE
    • Chassis Number206E85406
    • Odometer Reading67,193 miles
    • Engine Number85406
    • Estimate£16,000 - £18,000
    • ModelZodiac Mk. II
    • FE Cat descThe Mk. I Ford Consul and Zephyr models were first displayed at the Earl's Court Motor Show in 1950. They were the first to use, in mass production, the MacPherson Strut independent front suspension, which is still widely used today. Production began with the Consul on 1st January 1951. The original model ran until 1956 when the Mk. II Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac went on sale and were known as the three graces. In 1956 the Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac were all restyled to a new family look. The six-cylinder engines were enlarged to 2,553cc with power output correspondingly increased to 86bhp. The Mk. II range was a big seller and finished its run in April 1962. This handsome Zodiac was first registered in December 1957 and has spent her most recent years in dry storage as part of a private collection. This column change model presents well in the colour combination of pale blue with grey interior. 874 BAE is a Ford from the heyday of the Rock and Roll era and is presented to auction with a V5C registration document and various bills and invoices for works completed. Classic Fords are currently enjoying a renewed popularity and this Zodiac represents an opportunity to enjoy a piece of British motoring history.
    • ESTIMATE£16,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£12,100
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£16,000 - £20,000
    • Sold:£13,750
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number122
    • RegistrationAPO 677B
    • Chassis NumberGHN3/32967
    • Odometer Reading96,168 miles
    • Engine Number18GAUH8287
    • Estimate£16,000 - £20,000
    • ModelB Roadster
    • FE Cat descConceived in the late 1950s and launched in 1962, the MG B would turn out to be one of the most successful sportscars of all time. Attractively styled, cheap to run and easily maintained by the home mechanic, the 'B' carried on MG's traditional role of providing affordable, sports car motoring for the ordinary enthusiast. The MG B was mechanically similar to the preceding MG A, though with heavier, unitary construction bodyshell. To compensate for the newcomer's increased weight, the existing B-Series engine was stretched from 1622 to 1798cc while the MG B's aerodynamically efficient lines made the most of the maximum available 95bhp to achieve a top speed which just topped the magic 'ton'. A 'right first time' design that changed little over the years apart from the adoption of a more robust five-main-bearing engine in 1965 (fitted from the start of GT production that autumn), a minor facelift for 1970 and the adoption of plastic bumpers (to comply with US legislation) for 1975, the 'B' enjoyed an 18 year production life and sales totalling in excess of 500,000 cars. Its popularity remaining undiminished today, the classic MG B is one of the easiest sports cars of its era to run and maintain in the 21st Century, being served by a worldwide industry of spare parts and service providers. A desirable pull handle, chromed bumper model, this particular 'B' Roadster has had just three owners from new, the last being a private collector who purchased the car three years ago and the first owner, we are told, bought the car as a anniversary gift for his wife. Subsequently consigned to barn storage, it was fully restored, to the highest standard, by a family friend between 2007 and 2009 with further works undertaken in 2015. Finished in black with red leather trim, noteworthy features include original restored Jaeger instruments, original Bakelite steering wheel and 'bullet' wing mirrors. This MG B Roadster is supplied with a V5C registration document, MoT history file and sundry other restoration invoices. APO 677B has covered only some 5,000 miles since restoration and is described as a pleasure to drive. The MG B represents fabulous value in today's market and enjoys excellent club support, specialist services and parts back up, this is a motor car just awaiting a new owner to enjoy forthcoming summers.
    • ESTIMATE£16,000 - £20,000
    • Sold:£13,750
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£6,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number123
    • RegistrationYBC 897S
    • Chassis Number2K-2719BW
    • Odometer Reading97,000 miles
    • Engine Number35963
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelDouble-Six (5.3 litre)
    • FE Cat descJaguar first introduced the XJ6 saloon, available in either 2.8 or 4.2 litre engines, in 1968. The range was well received and the following year they added a Daimler version, the Sovereign, distinguished by the traditional ‘fluting’ on the radiator grille and the rear number plate plinth. In 1972, they added a 5.3 litre, V12 engine to create the Jaguar XJ12 which was capable of 145mph making it the fastest four-door production saloon car in the world at the time. It was at this time that long-wheelbase versions were added to the options for both the XJ6, XJ12 and Daimler models which, by 1973, had became standard on all the models. The Daimler V12 was known as the Double-Six, named after the twelve cylinder car first produced by them in the 1920’s. In 1975 fuel injection replaced the four carburettors, increasing power to a healthy 285bhp and with only 1925 righthand drive Series II cars produced makes these grand saloons rare cars today. The car’s Heritage Certificate shows that it was manufactured in December 1977 and despatched a couple of months later, in February 1978, to be first registered in April of that year. Ordered in dark blue with Russet Red leather interior, this car has the rare options of air conditioning and chrome wheels. The car presents very nicely with the interior in particularly good order. The file accompanying this car contains a large amount of history including a lot of receipts and photographs from restoration carried out around 2000, along with previous MoT test certificates, Heritage Certificate, original sales brochure and even magazine articles. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a fresh MoT test certificate, together with its substantial history file, this handsome, powerful saloon is ready to be driven.
    • Sold:£6,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£4,440
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number124
    • RegistrationGIG 3208
    • Chassis NumberSCBZP15C5VCH59668
    • Odometer Reading109000
    • Engine Number88088L410M/T1T
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelTurbo RL
    • FE Cat descThe Bentley Turbo R initially inherited the turbocharged engine from the Mulsanne Turbo and also sported a retuned suspension and wider tyres on alloy wheels, quite a departure for a Bentley. From the 1987 model year, however, the Turbo R's V8 engine was re-tuned with new Bosch MK-Motronic fuel injection for added torque. Other modifications carried out at the same time included new sports seats and a higher rear axle ratio. Motor Trend called the Turbo R “the first Bentley in decades deserving of the famous name”. The suspension changes, though seemingly subtle, transformed the heavy car into a real performer and slotted above the Bentley Mulsanne S and Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit and it carved a well-deserved niche in the world of performance saloons.
    • Sold:£4,440
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£12,100
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number125
    • RegistrationPOL 530R
    • Chassis NumberGHD5-420980G
    • Odometer Reading4,900 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£10,000 - £14,000
    • ModelB GT
    • FE Cat descThe MGB was launched in May 1962 to replace the MGA. Introduced as a four cylinder roadster, a coupé with 2+2 seating was added in 1965, with production continuing until October 1980. The MGB GT sported a ground-breaking design by Pininfarina with the launch of its sporty 'hatchback' style. By combining the sloping rear window with the rear deck lid, the GT offered the utility of a hatchback whilst retaining the style and shape of a coupé. Acceleration of the GT was slightly slower than that of the Roadster due to its increased weight although top speed was improved by 5mph to 105mph due to better aerodynamics. This MGB GT has been rebuilt from the ground up by the vendor over a five year period, resulting in an MGB with exceptional performance. The specification is enormous and includes a new 4.0 litre V8 engine supplied by Turner Engineering including heavy duty iron flanged liners, a Real Steel high performance camshaft, Merlin big valve cylinder heads, John Earles crossover inlet manifold and carbon fibre air boxes. All of this is mounted to an LT five speed gearbox, with suspension and braking system suitably enhanced to ensure this unique MGB has the necessary handling and stopping power. Fuel injection has also been added, the mapping of which can be adjusted by the onboard tablet computer. Speedhut digital/analogue instrumentation has been fitted including a GPS speedometer and lap timing. Finished in the Ferrari colour of Rosso Corsa with a new black leather interior, this MGB GT is supplied with a V5C registration document and a comprehensive history folder confirming the vendor’s expenditure to be far in excess of the estimate. This car is exceptional and is not for the faint hearted.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£12,100
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£14,430
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number126
    • RegistrationLWD 578E
    • Chassis Number24129761C
    • Odometer Reading9,988 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£10,000 - £14,000
    • ModelSeries II 88’’ Soft Top
    • FE Cat descThe Land Rover was designed with brilliant simplicity for extraordinary ability and unrivalled strength and durability. In fact, six decades on, it is estimated that two-thirds of all these incredible vehicles are still at work, many of them in some of the most extreme conditions and inhospitable places on earth. The original 1948 Land Rover was ingeniously designed and engineered for extreme capability and strength. With robust construction and characteristics such as short front and rear overhangs, it drove off the production line ready to take on some of the world's toughest terrain. It was the product of continuous evolution and refinement throughout the 1950's and 1960's with improved stability and a tighter turning circle and was a period in which Land Rover took the lead in the emerging market for four-wheel drive vehicles. As a tough, reliable mobility platform, countless organisations came to depend on Land Rover vehicles to get personnel and equipment into the most challenging situations. Originally registered on 5th April 1967, this Land Rover has been restored by the knowledgeable vendor. A new galvanised chassis has been fitted and the axles have been rebuilt. The 2286cc diesel engine started immediately when requested and appeared to run well. The paintwork has been refreshed and four new tyres have been fitted. This soft-top 88” Land Rover is a very good example of a 52 year old robust and highly durable vehicle. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a full years MoT test certificate, this Series II Landy offers great value for money for the person looking for that classic 4x4 experience.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£14,430
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE - £14,000
    • Sold:£9,680
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number127
    • RegistrationEEL 470
    • Chassis NumberY237366
    • Odometer Reading30,247 miles
    • Engine NumberC873885
    • Estimate£14,000 - £18,000
    • ModelVan
    • FE Cat descThe Fordson E83W is a 10 cwt (half ton) light commercial vehicle that was built at the Dagenham assembly plant, home of Fordson tractors, between 1938 and 1957. The E83W was aimed at the small haulage, trade and merchant market sectors in which it sold well. An estate car variant was also available. During and after World War II, many specialist variations such as mobile canteens, ice cream vans and even fire pumps were built on the E83W chassis. The E83W was powered by the 1,172 cc Ford 10hp side valve engine, with a 3-speed gearbox and was heavily geared down in the rear axle. This made the Fordson much slower than the saloons, with an effective top speed of not much over 40 mph. Apart from the 10hp engine, the E83W shares few parts with the other small Fords, which does make spares a little harder to get hold of.
    • ESTIMATE - £14,000
    • Sold:£9,680
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£9,350
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number128
    • Registrationtbc
    • Chassis Numbertbc
    • Odometer Readingtbc
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelLight 490 Police Truck
    • FE Cat descWhen William Durant, having been pushed out of General Motors, decided to re-enter the automobile business, it was to engineer and racing driver Louis Chevrolet that he turned to. As an interim measure, he brought out a light car called the Little, but Durant had in mind a more substantial automobile. Louis Chevrolet, meanwhile, envisioned an even larger car than Durant wanted and so when the first Chevrolet car, the Classic Six, debuted in 1912, it weighed nearly 4,000 pounds and sold for $2,250.
    • Sold:£9,350
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£6,050
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number129
    • RegistrationBRL 504
    • Chassis Number234465
    • Odometer Reading49,656 miles
    • Engine NumberM236014
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model7 AAL Tourer
    • FE Cat descThe Austin 7 was produced from 1922 through to 1939 and nicknamed the 'Baby Austin'; it was one of the most popular cars ever produced and sold equally well abroad. It wiped out most other British small cars and cycle cars of the early 1920's and its effect on the British market was similar to that of the Model T Ford in the USA. Prior to the Austin 7 though, larger cars were the order of the day but the forward thinking of Sir Herbert Austin felt a smaller car would be more popular. Austin put a large amount of his own money into the design and patented many of its innovations. In return for the investment, he was paid a royalty of two guineas on every car sold. Nearly 2,500 cars were made in the first year of production (1923), not as many as hoped, but within a few years the 'big car in miniature' had transformed the fortunes of the Austin Motor Co. and by 1939, when production finally ended, over 290,000 cars and vans had been manufactured. This Austin 7 was stored for around 15 years and has recently been recommissioned. The car appears to be sound with some minor blemishes on the paintwork, the interior has a lovely patina and the hood together with the side screens are new. Mechanically this Tourer is described as driving well although the vendor has advised us the fuel gauge does not work; a wooden dip stick has proven to be more reliable than the gauge. The starter motor has been rebuilt and we are advised all the electrics operate correctly including the indicator arms. The under bonnet area could do with a tidy up which could be an ideal job for the winter. Supplied with a V5C registration document, the owner has conscientiously had the car MoT’d which expires on 9th June 2020, it passed without any advisories. Originally registered on 19th February 1936, this Austin has certainly stood the test of time well.
    • Sold:£6,050
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £18,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number130
    • RegistrationUK registered
    • Chassis NumberSCAZN02C0RCH54599
    • Odometer Reading98,713 miles
    • Engine Number80818L410M/NKR
    • Estimate£15,000 - £18,000
    • ModelSilver Spur III
    • FE Cat descThe Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit III and Silver Spur III were introduced in 1993, featuring engine improvements and some cosmetic updates over the earlier models; the Silver Spur being the longer wheelbase Silver Spirit by four inches. Power was increased whilst the semi-active suspension systems were modified so that shock absorbers would default into "soft" ride mode when they wore out (rather than "hard" in the previous Mark II, noticeably impacting ride quality). Dual airbags were introduced inside, along with independent adjustment of the rear seats. The coachworks had been designed at the in-house styling centre, by Fritz Feller, the styling being more modern than that of its predecessor. The interior was dominated by the expected combination of fine wood and leather and it was also the first Rolls-Royce to be fitted with a retractable Spirit of Ecstasy. This example of the Silver Spur III is presented in very good order. Although displaying some minor age related marks, the blue coachwork is corrosion free whilst the cream leather and walnut interior is one of the best we have seen for this age of Rolls-Royce. The occupants are treated to, not only the sumptuous leather and walnut fittings, but also to a DVD player in the rear seat headrests, rear picnic tables, and eight-track stereo and lambs wool over rugs. Although recorded with three previous keepers, this Spur III has had only three owners in total. We are informed that the current owner took possession of this Rolls-Royce during September 1998 under the name of Royal Sovereign and Military Order until June 2016 where it was then transferred into the vendor’s name. An extensive file includes a history of main dealership maintenance with recent works being a suspension rebuild and service with Bentley Surrey on 19th April 2019, at a cost of £2,270. We are informed that this example drives very well, a testament to its service and maintenance upkeep. This Rolls-Royce Silver Spur comes with a UK V5 registration document, an MoT test certificate valid until 29th January 2020 and a large history file. There is only one thing remaining and that is for a new owner to enjoy and experience this lovely Spur III. Footnote: Please note that the registration number pictured is a private plate and is not available with this motorcar. An age related plate has been applied for and will be provided with the car.
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £18,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Sold:£11,550
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number131
    • RegistrationHN03 OTL
    • Chassis NumberVF8DE0T0228219217
    • Odometer Reading28,500 miles
    • Engine NumberF153700
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelAvantime Privilege ‘Exception 2’
    • FE Cat descSo sensational was the public and motoring press reaction in 1998 at the Paris Salon unveiling, Renault poured a staggering 1.4bn francs (€285m today) into development of their Matra built gran-turismo super-Espace concept - the world’s first MPV coupé. Remarkably true to the original concept design, the Avantime was a genuine mould-breaker that offered a rigid galvanised chassis underpinning a luxurious coupe with a feeling of lounge-like spaciousness thanks to an ingenious double glass roof, mated to pillarless side glazing. The commanding view of the road and surroundings was further enhanced by an elevated driving position and theatre seating for passengers. Add to this Renaults well proven and highly capable 3-litre, V6 plus potential to enjoy ‘Grande-Air’ mode at the touch of a button delivered a means of transport that offered a new motoring experience. ‘Sub-Zero’ status on Top Gear’s ‘Cool Wall’ ahead of the Aston Martin Vanquish dealt the Avantime a very public accolade. Direct from the private lady owner, local to us here at Brooklands. Limited Edition car No. 130 (plaque present) is a top of the range 3-litre Privilege specified in metallic steel grey with silver roof rails and 'Exception Pack 2' grey/black leather upholstery with complimenting fascia and door cards. This interior was an expensive factory option when new. The number of UK Privilege models supplied with this EP2 interior can be counted on one hand. Registered to Renault UK upon arrival in the UK (most Avantimes were), this example has had one private registered keeper in London until 2017. Miss Davis, having owned the car since March 2017, bought the car from an enthusiast who owned the car for only a few weeks. The mileage at just 28,500 miles is supported by the MoT test certificate history and Renault Main Dealer Service record. The car is described to us as driving as well as when new with no known faults. It will be supplied to the auction with a new 12 month MoT certificate. If you've ever thought about adding an Avantime to your private collection, we doubt that you'll get a better chance to obtain a more interesting, rare and more desirable example.
    • Sold:£11,550
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £16,000
    • Sold:£10,010
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number132
    • RegistrationN853 VDV
    • Chassis NumberSDLFAC2P4TA011019
    • Odometer Reading45,150 miles
    • Engine Number4200063
    • Estimate£11,000 - £16,000
    • ModelCerbera (4.2 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 hardtop 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 litre, 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 90s 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. This example is presented in black with a grey and red leather interior. These were exhilarating sports cars to drive with exciting looks to match, 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 who provided eight service stamps at which point Hexham Horseless TVR agents and Peninsula TVR specialists provided a further three stamps until 2008. After this the car spent time in Belgium encompassing work by Extra Motorsport Engineering before returning to the UK. The last service was done in May of this year in the UK by NVS High Performance Servicing. In 1998, while with Brooklands TVR, the car underwent a documented odometer change at 17,017 miles which brings the total mileage covered to 45,150, documentation for this can be found within the history file. The car is supplied with a V5 registration document, an MoT test certificate which expires in March 2020, the original stamped service book and owner's handbook. This car is stunning to look at and a great British, 360bhp brute of a supercar. When new, the car was capable of 185mph top speed and 0-60 in just 4.2 seconds and now represents stunning value for money.
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £16,000
    • Sold:£10,010
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £16,000
    • Sold:£10,450
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number133
    • 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 descThe 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. 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; the original resides in the history file. This Torpedo also sits on its original Sankeys, patented, pressed steel wheels. Recent works include, a re-skimmed engine cylinder head and block, the valves re-faced, a new battery, an overhauled radiator 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
    • Sold:£10,450
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£14,080
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number134
    • RegistrationCYJ 51Y
    • Chassis NumberWDB12309322012713
    • Odometer Reading109,000 miles
    • Engine Number11098822012519
    • Estimate£10,000-£14,000
    • Model280 TE Estate ‘Seven Seat’
    • FE Cat descMercedes-Benz introduced the W123 four-door versions in January 1976 and, while there were some technical similarities to their predecessors, the new models were larger in wheelbase and exterior dimensions. The styling was also updated, although stylistic links with the W115 were maintained. In September 1982, all models received a mild facelift which included the rectangular headlights, previously only fitted to the 280/280E which were standardised across the board as was power steering. Since February 1982, an optional five-speed manual transmission was available in all models. Optional extras included MB-Tex upholstery, velour or leather upholstery, interior wood trim, passenger side exterior mirror, five-speed manual gearbox, four-speed automatic gearbox, electric windows, central locking, sunroof, air conditioning, climate control, Alpine horn, headlamp wipers, cruise control, power steering and heated seats. This lovely 280 TE Estate was registered on 17th November 1982. Presented in green with beige interior, this car adorns the family crest, on the front doors, of one of its former owners, Lord Hanson. One can just imagine his Lordship putting together a large deal using his 280 TE’s in-car telephone! An incredibly practical and relatively understated car for such a flamboyant character, this seven-seater, well equipped model no doubt served him faultlessly. Supplied with a service book and various handbooks, the V5C registration document has been applied for and will be with the car in time for the auction. These fabulous family workhorses have a strong following and to find one with relatively low mileage and such famous ownership is hard to match.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£14,080
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£10,450
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number135
    • RegistrationEU Taxes paid
    • Chassis NumberG38//1156461
    • Odometer Reading22,712 km
    • Engine Number8AR-TE-HI1267
    • Estimate£15,000 - £18,000
    • ModelMini T Estate
    • FE Cat descFerdinando Innocenti’s company started in 1931 as a major steel tubing manufacturer. His patented 'Innocenti pipe' is still used in scaffolding today. After the Second World War, Innocenti was mainly known for their Lambretta scooters until they began production of a license-built Austin A40 in 1960. By 1961, the company was producing other models under license, including the Innocenti Spyder, essentially a re-bodied Austin Healy Sprite. They then built and sold about a dozen different car models, under license, during its automobile production phase but the Mini, first on sale in 1965, was by far its most popular car. Although the Innocenti Mini was much more expensive than the Fiat 850, the Mini was very well accepted and sold in large numbers. The body, Hydrolastic suspension, and even the 998cc Mk. II engine on this 1969 Mini Cooper trim were holdovers from the British version. Otherwise, Innocenti used locally sourced glass, different wheels, electrics, lever door handles, heaters, the three-instrument binnacles, and distinctive grilles. Notice that the labels for the controls are in Italian! This is a lovely example of this rare model and is presented in cream with a red interior, with its distinguishable wood exterior trim in good condition. The car has spent most of its life in Bologna, Italy and has been dry stored for many years, hence its good all round condition. The car has had a new head gasket fitted, new radiator, heater control and has just been serviced by the present owner. It will be sold with new Ministry of Transport test certificate, a new V5 registration document and copies of Italian paperwork which can all be seen in the history file accompanying the car.
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:£10,450
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£17,000 - £20,000
    • Sold:£13,750
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number136
    • RegistrationYVL 942
    • Chassis NumberTRD1461
    • Odometer Reading91,332 miles
    • Engine NumberCT9903
    • Estimate£17,000 - £20,000
    • Model1800 Roadster
    • FE Cat descThe Triumph Roadster was produced between 1946 and 1949 by the Standard Motor Company in Coventry. The distinctive look of the Roadster was created with large separate headlamps and a radiator set well back from the front between large 'coal scuttle' wings. Passenger accommodation was three abreast on a bench seat, this approach made it necessary to have a column change gear. Additional room for two was provided at the rear in a dickey seat with its own folding windscreen. Entry and exit to the dickey seat was by way of a step on the rear bumper. The Roadster was the last production car to feature a dickey seat.
    • ESTIMATE£17,000 - £20,000
    • Sold:£13,750
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£18,000 - £22,000
    • Sold:£13,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number137
    • RegistrationP732 EAB
    • Chassis NumberSCBZP15C9VCH60273
    • Odometer Reading49,101 miles
    • Engine Number88583L410M/TIT
    • Estimate£18,000 - £22,000
    • ModelTurbo R L
    • FE Cat descManufacture of the Bentley Turbo R began in 1985 and followed the successful Bentley Mulsanne and was a further development of the brand with production ceasing in 1997. In total, 7,230 units of the Turbo R were produced during its 12 year production period. The 'R' stood for 'Road-holding' to set it apart from its predecessor, the Mulsanne, courtesy of substantially stiffer anti-roll bar settings, a Panhard rod system and increased damping. Wider tyres on alloy wheels were also a first for a Bentley on the Turbo R. The suspension changes transformed the soft ride of the Mulsanne into that of a real performer with motoring press proclaiming this model to be more faithful to Bentley's racing pedigree. In 1995, a 'new' Turbo R was launched featuring, amongst other things, fuel injection. This contributed towards a mighty 385bhp output. This example, manufactured during the last year of production, was originally supplied by HR Owen and is presented in exceptional condition throughout. Being a long wheelbase model (LWB), it features a smooth four-speed gearbox and fuel injection was much more economical than the older cars. This Bentley was formerly owned by a member of the royal family, David Linley, the Earl of Snowdon, who is the son of Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones making him the nephew of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and grandson of His Majesty King George VI and Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. The coachwork is finished in stunning Claret whilst complemented with Magnolia leather, claret carpets, picnic tables, walnut dashboard and fittings and lambswool over mats. Supplied by Jack Barclay London she has been very well maintained with all early services carried out by Bentley main dealers, stamped in the service book. Later maintenance was carried out by Bentley specialists and recorded with invoices within the history file. Recent expenditure has included, four new Avonspeed tyres, suspension and brake work. We are informed that the result is a Bentley that drives very well. UK registered, we are informed, she will arrive at the sale with a fresh MoT test certificate. With massive amounts of torque to propel her along at speeds that would embarrass some supercars, it really is an event every time you drive one of these traditional Bentleys. The rear comfort is fabulous with plenty of space and opulence, so with a low recorded mileage and excellent history, this lovely Bentley is ready to transport you in luxury whether as being chauffeured or as the driver.
    • ESTIMATE£18,000 - £22,000
    • Sold:£13,320
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £19,000
    • Sold:£12,100
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number138
    • RegistrationNWE 135K
    • Chassis NumberCP757510
    • Odometer Reading16,676 miles
    • Engine NumberCP75701HE
    • Estimate£15,000 - £19,000
    • ModelTR6
    • FE Cat descThe TR6 was introduced in 1968 and was the bestseller of the TR range when production ended in July 1976. The bodywork closely resembled that of the previous model, the Triumph TR5. The design house, Karmann Consultants, squared off the front and back ends to give the TR6 its sharpened look. Fitted with a 2.5 litre, in-line six-cylinder engine, the TR6 could reach 60mph in just over 8.5 seconds and onto a top speed of 120mph. It featured a four-speed manual transmission with an optional overdrive unit and semi-trailing arm independent rear suspension, 15" wheels and tyres, bucket seats and a full complement of instrumentation. Presented in, near unmarked, red coachwork with black trim, this stunning example was first registered in February 1972. Today, found in great order throughout after a comprehensive ground up restoration in the late 90s and early noughties, this car has clearly been cherished ever since, including being undersealed in 2001 and in 2015, a new clutch was fitted. In the boot we find an original tool kit and handbook and contained within the comprehensive history file we can see countless older MoT test certificates, a Triumph Heritage Certificate and receipts and invoices, importantly, covering the dates of the restoration work. In this condition, prices for TR6's have been steadily on the rise, this example is one of the best we have seen and we certainly recommend viewing.
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £19,000
    • Sold:£12,100
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£15,400
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number139
    • RegistrationKMC 737W
    • Chassis NumberGAECAL050280
    • Odometer Reading2,424 miles
    • Engine NumberALO5028
    • Estimate£11,000 - £14,000
    • ModelCapri 3.0S
    • FE Cat descProduction of the all new Capri was started a few months before its debut at the 1969 Brussels International Motor Show. The early start to production gave the marketing team at Ford the opportunity to leave examples of its new model parked near the entrance to 150 railway stations and outside prominent buildings. The plan obviously worked as initial sales exceeded the predicted demand by 100%. The Capri bridged the gap between a traditional two-seater sports car and the family saloon. This new eye-catching fastback style car was both new in its looks and offered a wide choice of engines ranging from 1.3 litre to a 3.0 litre V6. The Mk. III version was launched in 1978 and with a facelift which included quad headlights and wrap around bumpers that offered a more modern shape and improved dynamics which naturally improved the performance and economy. Although the Ghia model was the best seller of its day the 3.0S was and is generally regarded amongst enthusiasts as the most desirable model. This Capri 3.0S formed part of a private collection and the previous owner was a knowledgeable Ford motor car enthusiast. This Capri presents well in black and the interior benefits from the Carla check fishnet Recaro seats and an RS four spoke leather steering wheel. As collectables in the classic car market place, interest in the Ford Capri, in all guises, has recently climbed strongly. This rare classic from the 80’s is presented with a V5C registration document and an impressive history file containing receipts for work carried out on the car and previous MoT test certificates.
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£15,400
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£22,000 - £26,000
    • Sold:£19,425
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number140
    • RegistrationNG 3638
    • Chassis Number14593
    • Engine Number10205
    • Estimate£22,000 - £26,000
    • Model12/50 Special
    • FE Cat descThe 12/50 was the car which really marked the arrival of Alvis as a serious and successful car maker and set the standard for the remainder of the company's car production. Alvis took the basic side valve design and converted it to pushrod overhead valves in 1923. All subsequent production Alvis cars had overhead valves. It was immediately apparent that this was a quite exceptional 1500cc sports car and, with minor changes, it was reborn as the immortal 12/50, the very quintessence of the vintage sports car. The 12/50 was produced over a long period but discontinued in 1929 when the firm pinned its faith on the front-wheel drive models. When these failed to win wide acceptance, the 12/50 was hastily re-introduced and is believed to have saved the firm.
    • ESTIMATE£22,000 - £26,000
    • Sold:£19,425
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£6,105
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number141
    • RegistrationT620 FUB
    • Chassis NumberSAJJGAFF3AR038446
    • Odometer Reading118,474 miles
    • Engine NumberEC9902121754
    • Estimate7,000 - £12,000
    • ModelXKR Convertible
    • FE Cat descThe XK8 was launched in 1996 and was the first generation of a new XK series available in both coupé and convertible body styles and with the new 4.0 litre Jaguar, AJ-V8 engine. The 1998 XKR was introduced with a supercharged version of the engine and both the XK8 and XKR were electronically limited to a maximum of 155mph; the top speed of its predecessor, the XJS V12, being 158mph. A navigation system and self-levelling Xenon headlamps came as standard with the XKR with Jaguar's adaptive cruise control as an optional feature available on both models. Both come with all leather interior, burr walnut trim and side airbags. Jeremy Clarkson, during a Top Gear test drive, likened the interior of the original XK8 to sitting inside Blenheim Palace. No one can deny that the XKR variants offer staggering performance for such a subtle ride with a luxurious seated position. This 1999 XKR convertible is presented in metallic silver with luxurious beige leather trim and burr walnut dash. The car boasts the glorious 4.2 litre, supercharged engine which delivered, when new, 370bhp and could propel the car from 0-60mph in just five seconds, all while you have the wind in your hair. With just three former keepers and sitting on 20” wheels, this is certainly a very handsome example which invites you to slip behind the wheel. Contained within the history file are countless invoices for maintenance, a stamped service record with a recent entry from May 2019, a V5C registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until November of 2019. The Jaguar XKR convertible is surely a classic car of the future and this example is no exception.
    • ESTIMATE£7,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:£6,105
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£36,000 - £43,000
    • Sold:£38,500
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number142
    • RegistrationOGC 411
    • Chassis Number4117614128
    • Odometer Reading56,000 miles
    • Engine NumberF3834038
    • Estimate£36,000 - £43,000
    • Model411
    • FE Cat descThe Bristol 411 was built from 1969 until 1976 and was the fifth Bristol model to feature a Chrysler V8 engine, however the 411 introduced a much larger 6277cc, V8. It was more powerful than the previous models and boasted a top speed of 143mph. A limited slip differential was fitted to cope with increased power. Over the seven years it was produced there were a number of changes; the Series 2 came with self-levelling suspension and the Series 3 introduced a new design for the car with the four headlamp design. A lower compression ratio was introduced too. This lovely righthand drive example is finished in deep blue with red leather interior. The car was first registered on 18th May 1972 and was purchased by the present owner in 2017 to form part of a British collection of cars. Presented in the perfect gentleman's colour, this 411 had a body restoration in 2012, in 2008 it had a full gearbox rebuild and thus presents wonderfully today. The engine was fully stripped and rebuilt in 1997, since the rebuild the vehicle has been well cared for, this is documented by a comprehensive collection of invoices for continual maintenance showing a very good level of attention. The history file accompanying the car also contains an original Bristol Instruction Manual, a new MoT until June 2020 and numerous MoT test certificates dating back to the late 80's and early 90's coupled with the extensive invoices from various specialists including details of a recent brake overhaul. This is truly an outstanding example of a British gentleman's motor car and would make an excellent choice for any connoisseur.
    • ESTIMATE£36,000 - £43,000
    • Sold:£38,500
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£22,000 - £26,000
    • Sold:£22,000
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number143
    • RegistrationRX04 BYT
    • Chassis NumberSCFAB12353K304284
    • Odometer Reading53,400 miles
    • Engine NumberAM2/04241
    • Estimate£22,000 - £26,000
    • ModelDB7 Vantage
    • FE Cat descUnveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1993, the Ian Callum styled DB7 began production in 1994 at a new factory in Bloxham, Oxfordshire. It was engineered in conjunction with Tom Walkinshaw’s TWR group who built the new supercharged six-cylinder engine. In 1999, the new DB7 Vantage, with a V12 engine, was revealed. It didn’t just bring a new powertrain but more aggressive styling with a bigger front grille, new fog, side and indicator lights and imposing 18” wheels. The Vantage interior leather trim was cut and sewn at a special trim shop at Newport Pagnell where the carpet and wood veneers were also prepared. With the launch of the new V12 engine in the DB7 Vantage, production of the earlier straight-six DB7 ended. Originally registered on 17th April 2004, this Solent Silver DB7 Vantage is one of the final year of production cars. The 5935cc, V12 engine sounds beautiful when started and these Aston Martins have a reputation for being great touring cars. With only three previous registered owners and seven stamps in the service book, this Vantage has been well cared for. The car has recently benefitted from a service where the engine had fresh spark plugs fitted as well as oil and oil filters. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate together with the service books, manuals and a spare key; this car represents outstanding value for money.
    • ESTIMATE£22,000 - £26,000
    • Sold:£22,000
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:£9,900
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number144
    • Registrationtbc
    • Chassis Numbertbc
    • Odometer Readingtbc
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelModel T Fire Truck
    • FE Cat descFrom 1909 to 1927, the Ford Motor Company built more than 15 million Model T cars. Without a doubt, Henry Ford transformed the economic and social fabric of the 20th century. The most popular body styles were two and five seater open touring cars; however, a very wide variety of bodies were available over the years including closed cars, vans and one tonne truck versions. Special bodies and many other parts were available from accessory suppliers so it was possible to convert your Model T car to anything from a 25 seater Charabanc or taxi to a racing car or tractor. Driving a Model T is easy; if you've never driven a conventional car. The accelerator is controlled by hand using a lever under the steering wheel. Forward gears are selected using the left of the three pedals, reverse by using the centre pedal and braking is achieved using the right pedal. Normal cruising speed is 35-40mph and fuel consumption is 20-25mpg.
    • Sold:£9,900
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£6,050
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number145
    • RegistrationONO 935K
    • Chassis NumberGHDS256225G
    • Odometer Reading41,500 miles
    • Engine Number18S-V847-H623
    • Estimate£11,000 - £14,000
    • ModelB GT
    • FE Cat descThe MGB was launched in May 1962 to replace the MGA. Introduced as a four-cylinder roadster, a coupé with 2+2 seating was added in 1965 with production continuing until October 1980. The MGB GT sported a ground-breaking design by Pininfarina with the launch of its sporty 'hatchback' style. By combining the sloping rear window with the rear deck lid, the GT offered the utility of a hatchback while retaining the style and shape of a coupé. Acceleration of the GT was slightly slower than that of the Roadster due to its increased weight. Originally registered on 9th August 1971 this MGB has recently been the subject of an extensive restoration. The body was stripped back to bare metal and new wings, door-skins and sills were fitted. The underside appeared solid although it was thoroughly cleaned and re-undersealed. Mechanically she has had a lot of work carried out including new brake shoes, wheel cylinders and handbrake cables. The front suspension was stripped, sand blasted and powder coated, all the steering joints and bushes were replaced. The engine appeared fine although the carburettors have been reconditioned, radiator overhauled and a new exhaust system fitted. Invoices and photographic evidence is available to confirm the extent of the work carried out. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a MoT test certificate valid until July 2020 this MGB GT is a very well sorted example.
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:£6,050
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£24,000 - £28,000
    • Sold:£22,200
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number146
    • RegistrationH724 VHL
    • Chassis NumberSCFCAM151MBR50199
    • Odometer Readingtbc
    • Engine Number8950199A
    • Estimate£24,000 - £28,000
    • ModelVirage
    • FE Cat descIntroduced at the 1988 Birmingham Motor Show, the Virage was Aston Martin’s replacement for the decades old V8 models. The Virage was launched as the top of the range car for Aston Martin. It is easy to see why this handbuilt, all aluminium V8 was king of the Astons. The 32 valve, 5.3 litre engine elevated the performance of the Virage to near sports car level. It was stated by Sports Car International on an early test that 'Acceleration just never seems to run out' and they also praised 'the eager and quicker revving' nature of the engine, with its Callaway designed heads and Weber-Marelli fuel injection. They concluded that 'nothing sounds quite like an Aston V8'. This handsome Aston Martin Virage presents extremely well in Buckinghamshire Green with Parchment leather interior. This is one of only 426 Virages produced between 1988 and 1995, it was delivered via the Murray Motor Company and was first owned by Mr. F Keenan of Bowden, Manchester. The paperwork file accompanying the car indicates there was minimal usage by the following owners, however there seems to be an error with the odometer which currently reads 90,000 miles, this appears to be incorrect taking into account the service and MoT history. In 2013, this Virage was considered good enough to be loaned to the Aston Martin Heritage Trust for display purposes and more recently it has been cared for by Retrospective of Banbury, as evidenced by bills on file totalling nearly £5,500. This Virage is presented with a V5C registration document, a valid MoT test certificate and a history file containing various bills. The Virage was produced in such small numbers that this stunning car could prove to be a sound investment.
    • ESTIMATE£24,000 - £28,000
    • Sold:£22,200
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£28,000 - £34,000
    • Sold:£39,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number147
    • RegistrationLNY 692P
    • Chassis NumberV8/11320/RCA
    • Odometer Reading68,386 miles
    • Engine NumberV/540/1320
    • Estimate£28,000-£34,000
    • ModelV8 Series III
    • FE Cat descThe Aston Martin V8 engine had began development in the mid-sixties when it was first used in a Lola Sports racing car with a view to replacing the six cylinder unit which had been in production since the DB4 in 1958. Although always intended to house the new Tadek Marek-designed V8, the DBS first appeared with the 4-litre six of the concurrently produced DB6. Styled in-house by Bill Towns, the four-seater DBS employed a platform-type chassis with independent suspension all round: wishbone and coil-spring at the front, De Dion with Watts linkage at the rear. Bigger and more luxuriously appointed than the DB6, the heavier DBS disappointed some by virtue of its slightly reduced performance, but there were no complaints when the V8 arrived in 1969. With an estimated 345bhp available from its 5,340cc, quad camshaft engine, the DBS V8 could reach 100mph in less than 14 seconds, running on to a top speed of 160mph - a staggering performance in those days and one which fully justified the claim that it was the fastest production car in the world. Even in automatic transmission form the V8 could reach 100mph in around 15 seconds and an impressive 145mph flat-out. Originally registered on 26th September 1975, this Aston Martin has been owned by the vendor for six years. Throughout his stewardship, the car has been used sparingly and always kept in a garage. Finished in red with beige leather trim, this Series III V8 is supplied with a V5C registration document and a number of invoices; the MoT test certificate expired on 18th April 2018. We are advised by the vendor that he has run the engine regularly and driven the car locally recently. Probably best described as a ‘rolling restoration’, this Aston Martin appears to be a great project for an enthusiast and could well prove to be a shrewd investment.
    • ESTIMATE£28,000 - £34,000
    • Sold:£39,600
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£36,000 - £41,000
    • Sold:£32,450
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number148
    • RegistrationM694 DLB
    • Chassis NumberWP0ZZZ99ZSS314562
    • Odometer Reading100,703 miles
    • Engine Number63S04412
    • Estimate£36,000 - £41,000
    • Model911 / 993 Carrera
    • FE Cat descThe iconic Porsche 911/993 was introduced in 1993 as a replacement for the 964 and was built until 1998. Regarded by many as the best generation of 911's ever produced from Stuttgart, this car was the last to use the air cooled flat six engine that had powered 911s for the previous thirty years and thus the end of an era. It was offered in a number of guises and specifications during its production life including two and four wheel drive trains, known as Carrera and Carrera 4 respectively. The 993 was the first generation 911 to have standard six-speed manual transmission and, to this day, the manual examples are seen as more desirable compared to those with the then new tiptronic automatic transmission, given their fabulous driving performance. This Midnight Blue, with unmarked marble leather, example of the coveted 993 Coupé is brought to us having had, what we would consider, all of the major necessary maintenance work carried out within the last two years. Offered in lovely condition throughout, the previous owner has recently spent circa £9,500 to achieve possibly one of the best examples offered to the market today. Importantly, the works included, a brake, clutch and gearbox fluid change and full service. In 2018, new front discs and pads, oil filters, cam cover gasket and oil service and in 2017, new front shock absorbers and top mounts. Supplied with air conditioning, sunroof and the desirable, refurbished, 17" alloys, this car had been owned for some 15 years by the previous vendor. Most recently, it has undergone work to remove minor corrosion and a couple of small marks (before and after photos are available within the history file), it has had £2,500 of glass out paint work, to a very high standard, followed by a full geometry set-up in January of this year making it ready for the spring. Accompanying the car are two alarm/immobiliser fobs, four original keys, the original radio and alarm code, a service history supported by 33 service bills and previous MoT test certificates along with a current MoT test certificate valid for seven months with, unsurprisingly, no advisories. This is truly a well maintained and desirable car that, at this price, we would challenge you to find better. A detail of the history of this car which will give any potential owner huge degree of confidence can be found below; No. 5 Garage 5.01 19 : Clutch, brake and gearbox fluid change £930.46 No. 5 Garage 30.11.18: Full service, air filter, fuel filter, spark plugs, cabin filters x 2. AC service, anti-roll bar drop links, dust bellows £2.049.32 Tower Garage 26.7.18: Front discs and pads + other parts £1,054 Tower Garage 2.1.18 : Oil filters, cam cover gasket + oil service £963 Tower Garage 10.05.17 : New front shocks and top mounts + fix washer jets £1,729 Tower Garage 14.6.16 : Oil service £175 Tower Garage 9.05.16 : MoT £90 Tower Garage 1.05.15 : 4 x new tyres, rear discs + pads + MoT £1376.20 Tower Garage 19.03.14 : Induction system clean, distributor and rotor arms £309.60 309.6 Tower Garage 22.01.14 : Replaced belts (fan, alternator and air-con) £236.40 Tower Garage 14.4.12 : Oil service and oil seals £487.46 Tower Garage 1.12.11 : HT leads, Rocker cover gaskets, clean out sunroof drains etc £1,320 Tower Garage 5.5.11 : Brake master cylinder + MoT £463.20 No. 5 Garage 24.04.99: 12k service oil filter, fuel filter, air filter and spark plugs £666.48 No. 5 Garage 17.04.08: Front shocks and MoT £749.16 No. 5 Garage 27.03.07: Oil service £381.62 No. 5 Garage 7.08.06: Front discs and pads £649.45 No. 5 Garage 27.03.06: MoT fluid checks £123 No. 5 Garage 23.08.05: New oil lines £612.66 No. 5 Garage 02.08.05: Oil cooler lines / wax oil / oil filters and oil service sunroof service £812.66 No. 5 Garage 13.04.05: MoT glove box lights £282.86 No. 5 Garage 20.08.04: Full service, temp sensor, all filers and spark plugs £647.82 No. 5 Garage 12.07.04: Rear discs and pads, bonnet supports other parts £1147.49 No. 5 Garage 01.04.03: Oil service & MoT £153.77 No. 5 Garage 10.09.02: New clutch and flywheel, rear main oil seal + service 2304.52 No. 5 Garage 12.08.02: New engine wiring harness £1243.56 No. 5 Garage 09.04.02: MoT, new rear tyres £563.31 No. 5 Garage 18.02.02: Front discs and pads £590.69 No. 5 Garage 18.02.02: Full service £1256.7 No. 5 Garage 21.12.01: Service No. 5 Garage 24.11.00: Lambada sensor, O2 sensor £328.8 No. 5 Garage 26.10.00: Windscreen wipers and MoT £157.54 No. 5 Garage 14.09.00: Main service £721.64 No. 5 Garage 17.08.99: Clutch master cylinder, wing mirror paint, oil service £561.52 No. 5 Garage 01.05.99: Main service £707.27 HR Owen 11.02.98: Main service AFN London 23.04.97: Service AFN London 18.06.96: Service
    • ESTIMATE£36,000 - £41,000
    • Sold:£32,450
    • StatusCLOSED
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