Ascot Racecourse 2nd March 2019 Sale(#38) 02/03/2019 10:00 AM GMT CLOSED

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    • Lot Number101
    • RegistrationL21 TGN
    • Chassis Number0271777
    • Odometer Reading88,233 miles
    • Engine Number39920178
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelR80 RT
    • FE Cat descThe BMW R80 RT with a two-cylinder four-stroke 800cc boxer engine and shaft drive to the rear wheel was manufactured from 1982 to 1995. As a touring bike (RT for touring), it was equipped with a sweeping full fairing and a high windshield. The engine with 797cc and 50bhp power came from the BMW R 80/7. Between 1982 to 1984, essentially the RT was a slimmed down version of the 'bigger sister' R 100 RT. This late mono lever BMW R80 RT is offered as a project or non runner. It was originally bought to cannibalise as a Cafe Racer and is now offered at no reserve. We are informed the engine was rebuilt and running very well prior to being stripped down for paint and before being stored. This 800cc example is presented in black and was first registered in August 1993. The R80 engine alone is valued circa £1,500 and we are told mechanically very solid, this would be an ideal project for restoration or indeed to use in Cafe Racer circles. Guide price £2,000 - £3,000 *Accompanying this lot is a new centre stand and trim. Interested parties should note that this lot is supplied without a V5 registration document.
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    • Lot Number102
    • RegistrationV92RJO
    • Chassis NumberTRHS3800C
    • Odometer Readingtbc
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    • ModelVélosolex
    • FE Cat descVélosolex moped usually referred to as 'Solex', was originally produced by the French manufacturer Solex, based in Courbevoie near Paris, France. Referred to in the company's advertisement as the 'bicycle which drives itself', it became extremely popular with school children, students or plant workers because it was light and extremely economical. Little is known about this early Solex but we are informed it is complete, in need of light recommissioning and has a rear luggage rack. We are also informed this Solex is running with the engine in super condition and will be presented without a V5C registration document. Offered at no reserve, viewing is advised as these popular bikes are very sought after with celebrities such as Chef Rick Stein who allegedly has one on his boat. Guide price £2,000 - £3,000
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    • Lot Number103
    • Registrationtbc
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    • Odometer Reading52159 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelR100 RT
    • FE Cat descBMW R100, with variant models designated by T, S, CS, RS, RS Classic, RT, RT Classic, TIC, R and GS is a BMW series using a two-cylinder four-stroke 980cc boxer engine. This example of the BMW R100 RT is offered as a project or non runner and was originally purchased to cannibalise as a Cafe Racer. Offered at no reserve, this example is presented without a V5C registration document. Guide price £1,000 - £2,000
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    • Lot Number104
    • Registrationtbc
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    • Odometer Reading46752 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelK75 RT
    • FE Cat descThe BMW K75 was a standard motorcycle produced by BMW Motorrad from 1985 to 1995. At the time of its introduction, the K75 was BMW's least expensive motorcycle, the three-cylinder BMW K75 was developed alongside the K100 but was introduced a year after the K100 as a marketing strategy with the smaller 740cc engine producing 75bhp. According to BMW, 80 percent of the K75's parts are interchangeable with the K100's however the K75's radiator and fuel tank were smaller than those on the K100. This example is offered as a project or restoration and is currently not running. It will require restoring or could be used for parts for a donor motorcycle. Accessories such as heated grips and pannier racks with rear top box are found as is mono lever rear suspension and ABS similar to the K1/K100rs. These three cylinder water cooled, fuel injected motorcycles are very sound and sought after bikes, fast and nimble these are well balanced due to their three cylinders and our vendor believes that with recomissioning the engine will run very well. Guide price £2,000 - £3,000 *Accompanying this lot is some spare trim. Interested parties should note that this lot supplied without a V5 registration document.
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    • Lot Number105
    • RegistrationJLU 698N
    • Chassis NumberCB2506505159
    • Odometer Reading26491 miles
    • Engine NumberCB250E6023253
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelCB 250G
    • FE Cat descThe CB series is an extensive line of Honda motorcycles, most CB models are road going motorcycles for commuting and cruising. The smaller CB models are also popular for vintage motorcycle racing. All CB series motorcycles have inline engines. This Honda CB250G is offered as a non runner and presented without a V5C registration document. This bike could be restored or used for parts, the vendor believes with a new battery the bike should start, it was initially purchased by our vendor as a Cafe Racer project and we are informed largely complete. This bike is Tax and MoT exempt and offered without reserve. Guide price £1,500 - £2,500
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    • Lot Number106
    • RegistrationK833 DVW
    • Chassis Number0203302
    • Odometer Reading66858 miles
    • Engine Number19912036
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelR100 RS
    • FE Cat descThe BMW R100, with variant models designated by T, S, CS, RS, RS Classic, RT, RT Classic, TIC, R and GS is a BMW series using a two-cylinder, four-stroke 980cc boxer engine. Often referred to as the Slash-Seven 'Airhead', the R100 RS was the first motorcycle with standard frame fixed full fairing, this innovation was a departure from previous touring fairings, giving birth to the modern sport touring motorcycle. This desirable R100 which was often referred to as a 'Brick' because of its four cylinder, four stroke water cooled fuel injected engine, the same as offered on the K1. Presented in purple and offered without a V5C registration document, requiring an MoT test certificate, this bike has recently been recommissioned by our vendor, a mechanical engineer. This bike is in need of a new fuel tank after which it would make a small project resulting in a sought after motorbike once complete. These examples also make great donors for lightweight track cars much like the Grinnall Scorpion which are based on BMW K engines. Guide price £2,000 - £3,000
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    • Lot Number107
    • RegistrationG914 MEP
    • Chassis Number6373989
    • Odometer Reading23638 miles
    • Engine Number40892212
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelK1 Motorsport
    • FE Cat descThe K1 was designed by BMW as a high-speed sports tourer, designed to change the motorcycle media and buying public's mind of BMW as only a manufacturer of flat-twin tourers. Based on the previously introduced BMW K100, the K1 was designed for comfortable high speed Autobahn cruising at speeds of up to 150 mph, the radical aerodynamic design was a seven piece fibreglass structure, creating a class leading drag coefficient of 0.38. It was mated to a stiffened chassis, that included a single sided Paralever swing arm, designed to stop shaft drive induced pitch and dive under heavy acceleration and braking. Although expensive and either loved or hated, the short production run created the result that the motorcycling press and public never had the same view of BMW motorcycles again. To this day the K1 turns heads with its 80's sports bike styling and looks of going fast even when stood still! This example is presented in red with yellow decals and has recently had a new battery and water pump fitted by our vendor. Within the history file the original rider's handbook can be found accompanied by old MoT test certificates. Upon request this bike started immediately and is offered with an MoT test certificate until August 2019. This is an iconic BMW motorcycle offered at no reserve and sure to attract significant interest. Guide price £7,000 - £12,000
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    • Lot Number108
    • RegistrationLG02 RZO
    • Chassis NumberJYARN061000011451
    • Odometer Reading44,445 miles
    • Engine NumberN505E0015874
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelFZS 1000
    • FE Cat descKnown as the FZ1 in the United States and FZS 1000 Fazer in Europe, these first generation models have tubular steel frames and modified carburetted YZF-R1 engines. Virtually unchanged over the production period, except for colour options, the only change was an introduction of the FZS 1000S which had a black engine and, in some European countries, the 2005 models were fitted with rudimentary catalytic converters. This FZS 1000 is presented in silver and in good overall condition, boasting a new front tyre, battery and steel braided hoses, this example had new carburettors in 2017 and is fitted with a Thatcham Datatool remote alarm system. Offered with an MoT test certificate valid until November 2019, this example has been maintained by our vendor, a mechanical engineer, to a good standard. We are informed this bike has had a recent service by a Yamaha dealership. Within the history file is the owner's manual, original warranty handbook, spare keys with remote, old MoT test certificates and receipts. A great example of a wonderful sports tourer that we are assured rides excellently, this very desirable Fazer is offered without reserve. Guide price £2,500 - £3,500
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    • Lot Number109
    • RegistrationB520 AOP
    • Chassis Number6424498
    • Odometer Reading53,369 miles
    • Engine Number6424498
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelR80 - R100 RT Specification
    • FE Cat descThe BMW R80 RT with a two-cylinder four-stroke 800cc boxer engine and shaft drive, to the rear wheel, was built from 1982 to 1995. As a touring bike (RT for touring), it was equipped with a sweeping full fairing with a high windshield. The engine with 797cc and 50bhp power came from the BMW R80/7. Between 1982 to 1984 essentially the RT was a slimmed down version of the 'bigger sister' R 100 RT. In principle, the smaller engine was simply installed in the frame of the R 100 RT. In some cases, these models did not even have their own manual (in BMW jargon 'logbook'), instead, the logbook of the nearly identical R 100 models was used. The differences to the R 100 RT were monochrome paint (without the typical black edges), the cylinder head cover was not painted, cylinder guard was only as optional extra, clock and voltmeter also only as an optional extra, case holder only as a special accessory, drum brake instead of disc brake on the rear wheel. This example presents well in the original colour of purple and we are informed by the vendor it has been upgraded to the R100 RT specification. Now tax and MoT exempt, this example was first registered on 8th August 1984 and currently has an MoT test certificate valid until August 2019. Extras from new include the rare Krauser pannier racks, a voltmeter, clock and audible indicators. Since new, battery heated grips have been added, the brakes and master cylinder have also been updated. We are informed the bike has recently been treated to new paintwork, steel braided hoses, a new three piece clutch costing £580, battery and boasts a steel centre stand that cost our vendor in excessive of £200. Clearly an iconic silhouette, this bike has recently been serviced by our vendor and is offered without reserve, we think this is a very desirable motorcycle ready to go touring. Guide price £6,000 - £9,000
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    • Lot Number110
    • RegistrationLGU 776P
    • Chassis Number2960208
    • Odometer Reading17,905 miles
    • Engine Number2960208
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelR600
    • FE Cat descThe BMW R60/6, R75/6, R90/6 and the sport model BMW R90S form a range of boxer twin motorcycles that were manufactured in Berlin by BMW from 1974 to 1976. The 'slash-six' models departed from the earlier 'slash-five' slightly with the smallest displacement changed from 500cc to 600cc. A sport model was offered, as were disc brakes (front only) for the first time. Additionally, the tank design was changed to remove the chrome trim panels and rubber knee pads were added instead, and the gauge pod was moved from the headlight housing to its own assembly over the housing. This BMW was first registered in September 1975 and we are informed by the current vendor it has recently been serviced and has had a new BMW battery fitted. Producing 80bhp much like the R80, this example has factory extras such as front disc brakes with steel braided hoses, an upgraded brake master cylinder and electric start. We are informed the engine is superb, performs well and the bike is surprisingly nimble creating the perfect ride for touring. In 2018 new carburettors were fitted by the vendor. The history file accompanying this motorcycle is comprehensive and includes many invoices and MoT test certificates dating back to 1990 and the owner's manual. We are also informed the vendor had a recent agreed classic insurance valuation for £8,000. Presented in silver with a lovely patina, this could make a good addition to any BMW collection, it is offered with an MoT test certificate valid until August 2019 and of course is tax exempt. Guide price £6,000 - £7,000
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    • Lot Number111
    • Registration119 DVX
    • Chassis Number16117
    • Odometer Reading37,000 miles
    • Engine Number25974
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model16M (350cc)
    • FE Cat descAJS was the name used for cars and motorcycles made by A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd, from 1909 to 1931 which was, by then, holding 117 motorcycle world records. In 1938, Matchless and AJS became part of Associated Motorcycles (AMC). Under AMC the AJS badge may have been put on the 'bread and butter' Matchless motorcycles, but Collier & Son, the owners of Matchless, were mindful of the AJS racing heritage and used the name on some innovative racing machinery. These racing bikes kept the AJS name alive. In 1935, at the Olympia Show, an air-cooled SOHC AJS 50°, V4 was shown, in 1936 Harold Daniell rode a supercharged race version in the Isle of Man Senior TT but, despite its high top speed, it lacked acceleration. In 1939, a water-cooled and supercharged version of the 495cc AJS V4 was built to compete against the supercharged BMWs then dominating racing. In 1939, the dry sump V4 was the first bike to lap the Ulster Grand Prix course at over 100mph. It weighed 405lb and its top speed was 135mph. Then World War II intervened but in 1945 the rigid framed AJS Model 16M 350cc single was developed from the military Matchless G3/L World War II motorcycle. Well proven in war service, the 350cc single remained in production selling large numbers to the civilian market well into the 1960s. Simple and practical, the Model 16 needed minimal maintenance and was very economical, ideal during petrol rationing. The company also produced an almost identical motorcycle under the Matchless name as the Matchless G3L. The only difference between the two was that the Matchless carried a magneto at the rear of the cylinder barrel, whereas the AJS magneto was at the front. This well kept and maintained 350cc Model 16 was first registered in 1955, the brightwork and paint found on the tank and fenders is in very good condition and with a swift kick start this example barks in to life with great vigour. Contained within the history file are recent receipts for new spark plugs and Monobloc carburettor, accompanying these is a UK V5C registration document. A wonderful example of the 1950's AJS in very good order indeed, privately owned and entered to auction without a reserve, this example is sure to find a deserving new home. Guide price £2,500 - £4,000
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    • Lot Number112
    • RegistrationR940 KAW
    • Chassis NumberIGIYY23P5P5105266
    • Odometer Reading64,000 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelCorvette C4
    • FE Cat descDUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE AUCTION The 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, with graphics for speed and 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 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.
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    • Lot Number113
    • RegistrationE214 ERA
    • Chassis NumberWBAAK520009869568
    • Odometer Reading105,000 miles
    • Engine Number01864364
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model316
    • FE Cat descIn some ways, the E30 was a turning point for the success, some would say world domination, of BMW. From the moment it was launched, it moved the game on in engineering integrity, from performance and handling all the way through to ergonomics and durability. Plus it has always looked sharp, not trying too hard but good enough for all those yuppies, reps and families of the 1980s and 1990s to feel good about the vehicle on their driveway. All this created another new phenomenon, a BMW regularly in the top 10 UK best sellers chart. With all this engineering finesse and 'Ultimate Driving Machine' marketing makes the E30 BMW one of the more popular, sensible and usable modern classics out there. Previously owned by an Aston Martin engineer, this lovely E30 is in superb condition. The car is totally standard and unspoilt. After some basic engine maintenance, the car runs smoothly and reliably according to the present owner. In original BMW Cinnabar Red with contrasting grey velour interior, this is a very pleasing old BMW with the renowned and bullet proof 2002cc four cylinder engine. This is the one to have if you wish to embark on the classic car journey, easy and cheap to insure, get in and drive with nothing complicated to go wrong.
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    • Lot Number114
    • RegistrationPJI 1955
    • Chassis NumberWBAEG22010CB57447
    • Odometer Reading128,000 miles
    • Engine Number60270047
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model850i
    • FE Cat descDUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE AUCTION Design 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 certificate 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.
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    • Lot Number115
    • RegistrationF1 6ENT
    • Chassis NumberSAJJGAFD3AR015318
    • Odometer Reading82,576 miles
    • Engine NumberCE9704231706
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelXK8 Convertible ‘The Shaguar’ (Reproduction)
    • FE Cat descThe first generation of the X100 was the XK8 which replaced the XJS and was available as a coupé and convertible. It was the first eight cylinder vehicle produced since the Daimler 250. The XK8 came with 17" alloy wheels, leather interior, burr walnut trim and side airbags as standard. Austin Powers in Goldmember is a 2002 American spy action comedy film and the third instalment in the Austin Powers film series. It stars Mike Myers in the title role and was co-written by him and Michael McCullers. In a self-parody of the Austin Powers series, there is a film within the film in the opening. Austin Powers is featured in a bio-pic called Austinpussy (a parody of the James Bond film Octopussy) directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Cruise as Austin Powers, Gwyneth Paltrow as Dixie Normous, Kevin Spacey as Dr. Evil, Danny DeVito as Mini-Me, and John Travolta as Goldmember. Originally registered on 5th June 1997, this XK8 convertible is finished in blue with cream leather trim, however it has been wrapped in the Union Flag as a tribute to the Austin Powers 'Shaguar' from the 2002 movie, 'Austin Powers in Goldmember'. Owned by our vendor since 2011, he describes the car 'to drive faultlessly, as smooth as a hot knife through butter, with ample power and as quiet as can be'. This car has seen many Jaguar and popular events including being captured by Daily Mail online the evening prior to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding, where the car was seen driving through Windsor with actors wearing facemasks of the happy couple. This car is oodles of fun and great at any patriotic event where it would be sure to always draw a crowd. The registration F16 ENT (F1 GENT) is included with the sale and valued at £2,500 alone. The car is supplied with a V5C registration document, recent service , a valid MoT test certificate and accompanying this is a file of old MoT test certificates and invoices. These modern sports cars are available at a fraction of the original price and with this Jaguar XK8 being offered at no reserve, it could well prove to be a bargain and a fun car for the summer, with or without the wrap. Guide Price £7,000 - £9,000.
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    • Lot Number116
    • RegistrationF922 JUE
    • Chassis NumberVF320DDF201402210
    • Odometer Reading39,822 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • Model205 CTi (1.9 Litre)
    • FE Cat descThe Peugeot 205 was produced between 1983 and 1998 and was declared as car of the decade by Car Magazine in 1990. The 205 was often credited as the car that turned Peugeots fortunes around. Volkswagen may have started the GTi craze in 1976, but many see the 205 as king of the breed. Initially only available with a 1.6 litre engine, in 1986 the 205 received the 130bhp 1905cc engine, instantly giving more rapid acceleration and a higher top speed. Peugeot certainly won the fight in 1986 when the cabriolet version of the GTi was introduced. In designing the car, Pininfarina cleverly retained the 205’s impish looks while at the same time integrating some fresh design thoughts into the model. The CTi had a lot to live up to since its hard-top brother, the GTi, was such an outstanding car. It is on winding roads, however, that the Peugeot comes into its own. The CTi is really very impressive, the superb handling in every way matched by the steering, brakes and chassis response. The Peugeot 205 1.9 CTi offered here is a 1988 'F plate' finished in red with charcoal half leather interior. Having covered a mere 39,822 miles, this very original example has undergone a full machine polish and mechanical inspection, carried out by Hot Rod Technologies in Southall. Boasting air conditioning, electric front windows and 15” alloy wheels, which have been recently refurbished, this example has clearly led a pampered existence. With the hatchback versions regularly fetching in excess of £30,000, this much rarer CTi represents exceptional value for money and will certainly appreciate further over time.
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    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £16,000
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    • Lot Number117
    • RegistrationBSK 706
    • Chassis NumberTD22011
    • Odometer Reading90,600 miles
    • Engine NumberXPAGTD222474
    • Estimate£12,000 - £16,000
    • ModelTD
    • FE Cat descThe 1950 MG TD combined the TC's drivetrain, a modified hypoid-geared rear axle, the MG Y-Type chassis, a familiar T-Type style body and independent suspension using coil springs from the MG Y-Type saloon. Also new were rack and pinion steering, smaller 15" disc type road wheels, a lefthand drive option and standard equipment bumpers with over-riders. The car was also five inches wider with a track of 50". In 1950, the TD Mk. II was introduced alongside the standard car, featuring a more highly tuned engine with 8.0:1 compression ratio giving 57bhp at 5500rpm. It also featured twin fuel pumps, revised dampers, and a higher rear axle ratio. Nearly 30,000 MG TD's have been produced, including some 1,700 Mk. II models. When the series ended in 1953, all but 1,656 were exported with 23,488 of them to the United States. An example tested by 'The Motor' magazine in 1952 had a top speed of 77mph and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 18.2 seconds. Exported to the U.S. when new, this MG TD was repatriated to the UK in 1990 and immediately underwent a total restoration, photographs for this can be found within the history file. The car still presents in very good condition with a recent new water pump and brake overhaul within the last 500 miles, coupled to this was an engine rebuild in 2004 and with a recent compression test by the vendor, providing excellent results. The green coachwork is in good order as is the green leather interior thus presenting a delightful example which is offered with a current MoT test certificate. Supplied with a comprehensive history file dating back to 1990 and a V5C registration document, bills and most previous MoT test certificates; it sits proudly on wire wheels and in righthand drive format, this MG TD is offered with a very tempting estimate.
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £16,000
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    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £18,000
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    • Lot Number118
    • RegistrationJLJ 130N
    • Chassis NumberGAGCPR01817
    • Odometer Reading76,721 miles
    • Engine NumberPRO1817
    • Estimate£14,000 - £18,000
    • ModelGranada Ghia Coupé
    • FE Cat descThe first generation model was produced from 1972 to 1976 at Ford’s German factory in Cologne and at its British factory in Dagenham. The March 1972 released Granada succeeded the British Ford Zephyr as Ford's European executive car offering. The car soon became popular with senior executives due to its considerable power output and great level of comfort. The initial range used the Ford Essex V4 unit in 2.0 litre displacement and the Essex V6 engine in 2.5 litre and 3.0 litre capacities. Due to the exceptional performance and road holding of these Fords, they were often first choice for criminals and the police. Originally registered on 9th June 1975, this very rare Ford Granada Ghia Coupé has been part of a 15 year restoration project and as such, presents in very good order throughout. The bronze coachwork is a great colour of the period and the diamond stitched black leather trim, whilst not standard fitment, has been done tastefully and is in keeping with the rest of the car. Open the bonnet and it is blatantly apparent the amount of work that has gone into restoring this Granada. Crank the key and the familiar roar of a 3.0 litre Essex engine is a gentle reminder of what a superb car this was, taking into account it is 44 years old. Supplied with a V5C registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until 21st November 2019, this Ford is certainly evocative for men of a certain age.
    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £18,000
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    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £17,000
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    • Lot Number119
    • Registration418 UYF
    • Chassis NumberGNHL 83692
    • Odometer Reading74269 miles
    • Engine Number565394
    • Estimate£14,000 - £17,000
    • ModelA Roadster
    • FE Cat descThe MGA replaced the MG TF 1500 Midget and represented a complete styling break from MG’s earlier sports cars. Launched to the public at the 1955 Frankfurt Motor Show with its radically streamlined steel body, the MGA was a big leap forward in technology for MG. Concerned about how such a radically streamlined car would be accepted, MG chose to debut two prototype cars at the Le Mans 24 hour race. The prototype cars finished a very respectable 5th and 6th in class. Powered by the new B-Series engine that had recently debuted in the MG Magnette Saloon, its 1489cc engine produced 68bhp initially but was soon uprated to 72bhp offering impressive performance with a 0-60 time of just 16 seconds and onto a top speed of 98mph. During its production, a total of 101,081 cars were sold with a mere 5,869 being produced for the home market. Other significant improvements included hydraulic Lockheed drum brakes all round, rack and pinion steering and independent coil spring suspension to the front and semi-elliptic springs to the rear. This MGA Roadster was repatriated to the UK six years ago and has been used and enjoyed regularly by the vendor. However a change in circumstances has resulted in him using the car less of late and for that reason he has decided to sell this timeless classic. Sitting proudly on wire wheels, this charming example is rust free although the paintwork could do with a little refreshing in places. Finished in red with black interior and supplied with a V5C registration document, this example has benefitted from a rebuild of the carburettors, the engine runs well and the car drives with no known faults. A perfectly useable example from an instantly recognisable British manufacturer.
    • ESTIMATE£14,000 - £17,000
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    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£18,000 - £22,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number120
    • RegistrationSFL 256K
    • Chassis NumberAB1AA0002
    • Odometer Reading7,500 miles
    • Engine Number12H5H1244
    • Estimate£18,000 - £22,000
    • ModelAF (Alexander Fraser) Spider
    • FE Cat descThe AF Spider was a joint venture between the race car sleuth, Colin Crabbe, also the man behind Antique Automoblies, the complete Automobilist and the designer, Alexander ‘Sandy’ Fraser. Colin Crabbe, the larger than life character whose company Antique Automobiles was involved in, amongst many things automobile related, Grand Prix racing. Not only did Colin give Neil Corner his one and only Grand Prix drive but later managed the well known team members and drivers such as Vic Elford and Ronnie Peterson. Later, Colin famously discovered many interesting and valuable motor cars, firstly in Brazil and then Cuba. During those Grand Prix years, his association with Alexander ‘Sandy’ Fraser, who was a Morgan three-wheeler fanatic, led to a project to produce a three-wheel production car that was fast, light, safe and could be used on a daily basis resulting in a nostalgically styled, but astonishingly rapid three wheeled sports car inspired by the like of pre- war Morgan. Named the AF Spider, the AF representing Alexander Fraser, it claimed 0-60 in less than six seconds; thus outpacing a Porsche 911. Production cars were fibreglass, but this unique prototype was hand constructed in marine ply and aluminium and slightly longer as its glorious ‘deco’ style boat tail accentuates. The Spider was constructed in hardwood with mahogany faced marine ply and aluminium. Mechanically, the cars were largely BMC based. Motoring journals were very impressed with the Spider in 1971. Motor devoted a three-page road test to the AF while Autocar concluded “the most stable and delightful three-wheeler we have ever driven.” Despite its extreme rarity, the AF Spider is acknowledged in Georgano’s Encyclopaedia of Motor Manufacturers. In total around seven Spiders and five Grand Prix’s models were made between 1969 and 1980. These Spiders are extremely fast with the Grand Prix model able to reach 140mph! This early example, produced during Crabbe’s involvement is a unique long wheel base prototype built for Crabbe’s 6ft 6in frame and powered by an Oselli tuned twin carburettor 1,275cc engine. It was the featured press car and then subsequently became a Crabbe family keepsake, spending most of the subsequent 39 years as a runaround at their Aberdeenshire Estate. In 2009, this AF Spider was an invited guest at Mini’s 50th celebration at Goodwood when Sandy Fraser was reunited with it. Colin Crabbe parted with the Spider in 2010, the 2nd owner being a retired RAF Vulcan pilot, at which time it had covered only 5,000 miles with a further 2,500 more having been covered subsequently. The current owner, purchased the car from the 2nd owner, the perfectly sound wooden body had been carefully prepared and rejuvenated with eight coats of marine varnish by notable Starcraft and Riva restorer Terry Dann, who is also known for building the iconic Chitty Chitty Bang Bang wooden ‘boat tail’ for the original 1968 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film. Whilst being very careful not to over-restore this unique vehicle, the partially exposed engine compartment and ancillaries have been detailed, the custom made boot rack and wheels have been shot blasted and painted. The charming perambulator hood frame was restored, the fabric remaining original whilst the aluminium bonnet was carefully polished. This AF Spider is UK registered, the original green log book also accompanying the current V5C registration document. The voluminous history file includes the AF Spider original sales brochure, a signed photograph of Colin Crabbe with Ronnie Petersen, the original Autocar and Motor features plus other press articles of the period mainly featuring this actual car. There are also several photographs of this motor car including, a 1970’s photograph of the car in Aberdeenshire and at Goodwood in 2009 and several within a dedicated chapter on the AF within a signed hard back copy of “Thrill of the Chase” by Colin Crabbe’s autobiography. Numerous service bills, letters from both Sandy Fraser and Colin Crabbe to the second owner and old MOT’s etc. are also included. This Spider, with its fascinating history, may appeal to either a Mini or Microcar collector, and with hints of a Gipsy Moth and Slipper Launch about it, may equally tempt a vintage plane or boat enthusiast, or maybe, an enthusiast who wants a piece of unique British motoring history.
    • ESTIMATE£18,000 - £22,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£8,000 - £10,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number121
    • RegistrationHGU615J
    • Chassis Number1112739249
    • Odometer Reading58,889 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£8,000 - £10,000
    • ModelBeetle
    • FE Cat descThe Volkswagen Beetle is a true icon of 20th Century motoring and occupies a significant position in the minds and hearts of drivers and enthusiasts across the globe. It is the longest running and most manufactured car of a single design platform anywhere in the world with over 21 million cars produced between 1938 and 2003. The 1960's brought great strides in motorway development and Volkswagen's competitors were building ever faster cars to cover the tarmac. The '1300' was fundamental in ensuring that the Beetle was able to keep up with the modern pace. From 1970 the engines in the Beetle were up rated to 1500cc and 1600cc from 1971 producing 60bhp. Offered in white with black trim, this beautifully restored Beetle is offered with the 1600cc engine, a benefit when using in modern road conditions. This example is MoT exempt and fabulous value; a great way to enter classic car motoring at a modest outlay. Viewing highly recommended. Interested parties should note that the V5 registration document for this car has been misplaced, Historics will assist the new owner in obtaining one post auction
    • ESTIMATE£8,000 - £10,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £13,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number122
    • RegistrationSHK 7W
    • Chassis Number10702422030839
    • Odometer Reading69,141 miles
    • Engine Number11798522054738
    • Estimate£9,000 - £13,000
    • Model450 SLC
    • FE Cat descThe R107 and C107 Mercedes-Benz SL variants have long been revered amongst classic car devotees, being built to exacting engineering standards and with a subtle air of sophistication. These cars were built from 1971 through to 1989, the second longest single series ever produced by Mercedes-Benz after the G-Class. The SL (R107) was a two-seat convertible with standard soft top, optional hardtop and optional folding seats for the rear bench. Its sibling, the SLC (C107) or ‘SL Coupé’ derivative, was a two-door hardtop coupé with normal rear seats. It was launched at the Paris Motor Show and signalled a shift in management thinking at Stuttgart about what made a successful luxury coupé. Sporting a longer wheelbase and sufficient interior room for four, the SLC was a sleek two-door car that combined the seating advantages of a four-door saloon with the style of a sporty coupé. This 450 SLC presents in very good order throughout, the 4520cc, V8 engine runs smoothly and efficiently. The metallic blue coachwork is in good condition and the cream cloth interior virtually unmarked. Originally registered on 14th August 1980, this Mercedes-Benz has only four previous keepers. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 7th December 2019. This attractive SLC featured in the 2007 film 'Rise of the Footsoldier' the Pat Tate story, a copy of which is included in the documentation pack. SLCs are becoming recognised as an underrated 80’s classic with good examples changing hands at prices similar to the equivalent roadster.
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £13,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number123
    • RegistrationN607 PYO
    • Chassis NumberWBAGK22030DM61454
    • Odometer Reading69,961 miles
    • Engine Number60091122
    • Estimate£9,000 - £12,000
    • Model750i L
    • FE Cat descThe BMW E38 is the third generation of the BMW 7 Series, which was produced from April 1994 to 2001. The E38 was the first car available with curtain airbags. It was also the first European car to offer satellite navigation and the first BMW to offer an in-built television. Side tubular airbags were fitted as standard equipment. Other equipment includes electronic damper control (EDC III), power moonroof, rain-sensing wipers, dual zone climate control, electric driver's seat adjustment and electric steering wheel adjustment. The sport package included a sport steering wheel, sports seats, sports suspension, Shadowline exterior trim and unique wood trim for the interior. This car was registered on 26th October, 1995 and the original owner was Francis Rossi OBE of Status Quo with only one other registered keeper. The mileage of 69,961 is warranted and confirmed by the service history with invoices totalling over £11,500. Finished in silver with light tan interior, these well appointed BMW’s offer space, grace and reliability under one roof. With a V12, 5.3 litre engine that just purrs and a smooth automatic gearbox, this 750i long wheelbase is a delight to drive or be driven in. Supplied with a V5C registration document, an MoT test certificate valid until 2020 together with a period BMW telephone in the armrest. In excellent order throughout this BMW 750i L is in delightful condition, whether you are ‘In the army now’ or ‘Rockin’ all over the world’ this car offers excellent value.
    • ESTIMATE£9,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number124
    • RegistrationA271 TMJ
    • Chassis NumberWDB1230932F003752
    • Odometer Reading198,682 miles
    • Engine Number11098822023141
    • 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, vacuum powered central locking, sun roof, air conditioning, climate control, Alpine horn, headlamp wipers, cruise control, power steering, seat heating and catalytic converter for the US markets and later European models. Power assisted disc brakes were standard on all W123’s. This excellent 280 TE estate was supplied new ‘fully loaded’ with all the available factory extras including seven seats, air conditioning, ABS brakes, cruise control, sunroof, illuminating vanity mirrors and Becker radio and cassette player. Serviced in August 2018, the car was thoroughly checked through again in December when the valve stem seals were replaced and five new tyres were fitted. Recent bills show that over £2,500 has been spent on the car. Finished in Cypress Green metallic with Mushroom leather interior, this 280 TE is supplied with a V5C registration document, an MoT test certificate which expires in August 2019, owner’s manual and a large file containing invoices and old MoT test certificates going back to 1997. The robust W123 series Mercedes-Benz is now widely regarded as a very practical, reliable, classic car and the estate can accommodate the entire family and the dog.
    • ESTIMATE£10,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £15,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number125
    • RegistrationEK54 ZKX
    • Chassis NumberSAJAC42R953A42966
    • Odometer Reading113,432 miles
    • Engine Number3B0407061600
    • Estimate£12,000 - £15,000
    • ModelXKR Convertible 'Carbon Edition'
    • FE Cat descThe XK8 is a grand tourer car that 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. Both the XK8 and XKR are 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. The Cardon Edition was offered by Jaguar in 2004 with only 100 cars produced. A split of 50 convertibles and 50 coupés were built, with the bonus for the lucky clientele having been invited at the time by Jaguar to a complimentary short break at Skibo castle or Bovey castle to celebrate their new purchase. This rare, desirable 2004 XKR Convertible Carbon Edition was supplied new to a very high specification, finished in Platinum Silver the car came with Recaro embossed charcoal leather sports seats, carbon fibre dashboard and internal inlays, Jaguar steeled pedals, aluminium embossed door entry guards, charcoal carpets and leather door cards, Alpine stereo system, adaptive cruise control, full colour information screen with satellite navigation and black leather bound multi-functional steering wheel. The exterior also well-defined with a modified nose with a bright silver mesh front grille, factory fitted 20-inch Sepang performance R split cast alloy wheels, four chrome exhaust tips, performance R embossed red brake callipers, rear parking sensors and the signature XKR body detailing and vents.This Jaguar XKR has covered approximately 114,000 miles from new and is supplied with a V5C registration document, an new MoT test certificate, three keys and a replacement service book. This now highly rare, modern day classic offers a unique experience into the heritage of Jaguar with examples such as this car being sought after by Jaguar enthusiasts worldwide.
    • ESTIMATE£12,000 - £15,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number126
    • Registration318 UXC
    • Chassis NumberHDK 4342215
    • Odometer Reading21175 miles
    • Engine Number48G190RS17726
    • Estimate£15,000 - £18,000
    • ModelA Roadster
    • FE Cat descArguably one of the prettiest British sports cars ever built, the 'A' must have come as quite a shock to MG aficionados when it was first shown to the world in September 1955 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Having become accustomed to the pre-war look of the company's sports cars, it was a complete departure in styling and its beautiful streamlined body was right up to the minute in terms of appearance. Powered by a new engine; MG had decided that the old XPAG unit had had its day and so introduced a much more modern B Series engine that had made its debut in the recently announced Magnette Saloon. The car’s design dates back to 1951, when MG designer Syd Enever created a streamlined body for George Philips' TD Le Mans car, but was worth the wait for this timeless beauty. Originally a lefthand drive car, the pretty MG A on offer here was converted to righthand drive upon its repatriation to the UK in 2004. Originally red, the car was repainted in its current colour of white upon its return. The vendor reports the car to be in very good overall mechanical condition and the car started and ran very well on the day of viewing. It has been treated to a new tan interior in the past 18 months and has a matching tan coloured hood. The bodywork is not perfect and elements of the paint would benefit from some attention. The meticulous vendor has kept a log of all his use with the car, from trips away to service maintenance. Overall the car is a good, solid, mechanically strong, useable classic, which is only for sale due to its decreasing use. Supplied with a V5C registration document together with various bills, service logs and a tonneau cover, this lovely little MG A would make an ideal running restoration or could equally be enjoyed as it is.
    • ESTIMATE£15,000 - £18,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£27,000 - £33,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number127
    • RegistrationNK57 EEO
    • Chassis NumberSCFBA04B68GD08329
    • Odometer Reading66851 miles
    • Engine NumberAM05/09303
    • Estimate£27,000 - £33,000
    • ModelV8 Vantage Convertible
    • FE Cat descIntroduced at the 2005 Geneva Salon, the V8 Vantage featured Aston Martin's advanced VH platform (bonded aluminium) architecture and a 4.3-litre 'quad-cam' dry-sump V8 developing some 380bhp and 302lbft. Available with a choice of manual or sportshift transmission, the newcomer was reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 4.7 seconds and 175mph. One of the new and hugely competent range of motorcars Aston Martin now offer. This pristine example of this ‘pocket rocket’ Aston Martin V8 is presented in silver with blue leather interior and matching electric hood. Its lively and throaty 4.3 litre V8 engine is mated to a manual gearbox. It comes with air conditioning, cruise control, heated front seats, satellite navigation and a new MoT test certificate which expires in January 2020. This lovely car has just been serviced and has had fitted new front discs/pads and rear pads. This car has also had a new clutch and battery fitted. The owner informs us that all electrical and mechanical systems are in working order with no known faults, including the electric hood. With its hood down and the howl of the V8 ringing in your ears, this iconic British sports car is exhilarating to drive and is being sold with a sensible reserve.
    • ESTIMATE£27,000 - £33,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£37,000 - £42,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number128
    • RegistrationATL 297A
    • Chassis Number30867S119529
    • Odometer Reading81874 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£37,000 - £42,000
    • ModelCorvette C2 Convertible
    • FE Cat descThe Corvette Stingray had grown to be America's most popular sports car since its debut in 1953 but it was time for a change for the 1963-1967 models. Even the most superlative design grows whiskers after a decade and Chevrolet chief, Bill Mitchell and stylist, Larry Shinoda, faced a tough task, to improve a living legend. Not only did they succeed but their creation turned into a modern classic and they created the most collectible Corvette of them all, sending sales soaring to record levels. Seeds were planted by the Stingray Special racer and experimental XP-720 which displayed a smooth fastback profile and split back window. These and other styling details such as pivoting hidden headlights, doors cut into the roof, and a swage line dip all wound up in the production Stingray. The four headlights aligned with the pointy front end when shut, rotating open when needed. Luggage space grew, though lack of a boot lid earned few plaudits. There was less fibreglass but nearly twice as much steel in the sculptured body, which rode a shorter 98-inch wheelbase. Originally registered in Florida, this Corvette was registered in the UK in May 2018. The metallic blue coachwork is in good condition and is a colour that really suits the car; this is complemented by a blue interior. When requested, the 350 small block engine burst into life and sounded superb with no adverse rattles or noises. This super stylish 60s sports car is fitted with a manual gearbox and is supplied with a number of invoices from its time in Florida; clearly this has been a car that has been well looked after. Supplied with a V5C registration document, this Chevrolet Corvette C2 is certainly a fun and interesting classic.
    • ESTIMATE£37,000 - £42,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£23,000 - £29,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number129
    • RegistrationBPM 335
    • Chassis NumberB18241
    • Odometer Reading27000 miles
    • Engine Number1282/12370
    • Estimate£23,000 - £29,000
    • ModelSix 'Four-Door' Touring Saloon
    • FE Cat descEntering the 1930s, Packard attempted to beat the stock market crash and subsequent Great Depression by manufacturing ever more opulent and expensive cars than it had prior to October 1929. As an independent producer, Packard did not have the luxury of a larger corporate structure absorbing its losses. However, Packard did have a better cash position than other independent luxury marques. Packard also had one other advantage that some other luxury makers did not, a single production line. By maintaining a single line and interchangeability between models, Packard was able to keep its costs down. To address the Great Depression, Packard started producing more affordable cars in the medium price range in 1935, the company introduced its first car under $1000, the 120. Sales more than tripled that year and doubled again in 1936. To produce the 120 and Six, Packard built and equipped an entirely separate factory. By 1936, Packard's labour force was divided nearly evenly between the high priced 'Senior' lines (Twelve, Super Eight, and Eight) and the medium priced 'Junior' models, although more than ten times more Juniors were produced than Seniors. 120 models were built using thoroughly modern mass production techniques while the Senior Packards used a great deal more hand labour and traditional craftsmanship. This handsome Packard, quite rightly, turns heads anywhere it goes and is finished in deep blue with contrasting grey cloth interior. This UK righthand drive example was originally registered on 31st March 1939 and the current owner believes it was restored some five years ago. Our vendor is the owner of two Packards and he purchased this example in September 2017 after a chance meeting with a fellow Packard enthusiast. Since then, he has had the engine fully rebuilt, as any Packard owner will know these fabulous cars should run almost silently. Not being entirely happy with the car, he commissioned his mechanic, who himself owns three Packards, to undertake the work to an exacting standard. This included a new radiator and Kenlow fan, new coil, a stainless steel exhaust and rebuilt front brakes all of which has taken place less than 200 miles ago and subsequently, when sitting in the car with the engine running, you wouldn't necessarily know if the car is running. Within the history file is an invoice for the recent rebuild and works, coupled to this are V5 registration documents denoting the owners since 1978 and MoT test certificates dating back to 1973. Our vendor states that the car drives every bit as fabulously as it looks and is selling with a heavy heart. A genuine alternative to period a Rolls-Royce or Bentley, this Packard oozes grandeur and grace with viewing highly recommended.
    • ESTIMATE£23,000 - £29,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£29,000 - £36,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number130
    • RegistrationRDL46H
    • Chassis Number184351031176
    • Odometer Reading26619 miles
    • Engine Number212
    • Estimate£29,000 - £36,000
    • ModelP1800 E
    • FE Cat descThe Frua inspiration is clearly visible in the beautiful lines of the Volvo P1800, being the brainchild of PV444-designer Helmer Petterson and his son Pelle, who worked at Pietro Frua’s design studio. In the mid-1950s Volvo aimed at a sports car for the US and European markets. So in December 1957 a hand-built prototype was driven to the Karmann headquarters, with Volvo hoping that this German coachbuilder would take on the job of building the P1800. However, Karmann's most important customer, Volkswagen, threw a spanner in the works. They feared that the P1800 would become a serious competitor and threatened Karmann to cancel all their contracts if they took on the job. Karmann didn’t bite the hand that fed her, and this nearly caused the Volvo project to be abandoned. But somehow, somewhere a press release surfaced with a photo of the car and Volvo just had to acknowledge its existence. This gave the company energy to revitalise the project and the new Volvo P1800 was presented to the public at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1960. Its presentation gained enormous success and Volvo turned to Jensen Motors, whose production lines were under-utilised, to have 10,000 cars made. Two years later the late great actor Roger Moore played a private eye called Simon Templar, better known as The Saint, in a highly successful British TV-series based on the novels by Leslie Charteris. The Saint chose the stylish P1800 as his personal mode of transport, which made the car a true icon. Now here is a rare chance to drive around in an as-new example of this Swedish design classic. The only thing you have to do is turn the key to imagine yourself in 1970 driving out of the showroom in your newly acquired Volvo. The car on offer is an extremely well, nut-and-bolt restored P1800 E finished in a sophisticated dark red with black interior. Even from a distance it is clear that restoring this car was a high-end project, let alone when you take a closer look. We have driven the car for a short stint and can only confirm that the 2.0 Litre Volvo B20 E engine with electronic injection runs just like the car looks from the outside: excellent in all respects. This righthand drive Volvo was delivered new to the UK in 1970. In 1988 it was acquired by a Mr. Murray from Cambridgeshire, a Volvo Owners Club member who restored it to its present, as-new condition over a period of 13 years, completing the restoration in 2001. After that it was MOT'd every year until 2014, when it was exported to Italy. Two years later the Volvo went to The Netherlands. Now the lucky buyer has a unique opportunity to acquire a superb example of a car that will rise in value in the foreseeable future. And, of course, it will also give that independent ‘Saint’ feeling of doing things your own way. Interested parties should note that the gearbox on this car requires overhauling.
    • ESTIMATE£29,000 - £36,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£40,000 - £45,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number131
    • Registration431 XVA
    • Chassis Number12803010002570
    • Odometer Readingtbc
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£40,000 - £45,000
    • Model220SE Convertible
    • FE Cat descThe Mercedes-Benz 220A was succeeded in March 1956 by the 220S saloon which was externally almost identical but had an upgraded version of the six cylinder, 2195cc engine giving 99hp which was later increased to 106hp due to the use of twin carburettors. The 220S saloon was one of a trio of new models featuring unitary construction bodyshells employing large, box-section side-members - hence the term ‘Ponton’ - the others being the 190 and 219. All round coil-sprung independent suspension had long been a fixture of the Mercedes-Benz range and the newcomers benefitted from the newly developed single-pivot rear swing axle. Short wheelbase Coupé and Cabriolet versions of the 220S soon followed. Luxuriously equipped in the best Daimler-Benz tradition, these superbly constructed Gran Turismos were priced some 70% above the 220S saloon. In 1958 the 220 range was updated with a fuel-injected version of the 2.2 litre overhead camshaft six, becoming the 220SE. This lefthand drive Mercedes-Benz was originally registered in 1959 and was imported into the UK in February 2018 when she was registered with the DVLA. A delightful colour combination adorns this 220SE the two-tone maroon and black coachwork is balanced out well with a black hood and maroon interior. We are advised the 2195cc engine runs well, this is mated to a manual gearbox. Without doubt this Mercedes-Benz 220SE Convertible is an interesting vehicle and one that will continue to attract attention.
    • ESTIMATE£40,000 - £45,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£30,000 - £40,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number132
    • RegistrationRFF 185
    • Chassis NumberBNIL156612
    • Odometer Readingtbc
    • Engine Number3956618
    • Estimate£30,000 - £40,000
    • Model100/4-8
    • FE Cat descCarroll Shelby was a maverick but a maverick with a strong streak of brilliance running through him. Not only a gifted driver but a good engineer, you can thank the British Motor Corporation for the advent of the Cobra. Unpicking the timeline in the late 1950’s, it was Mr. Shelby’s idea, right at the beginning, to install a small block Chevrolet engine into the Healey 100/4. This plan was on Donald Healey’s desk long before a deal was signed up by Herbert Austin. Carroll Shelby then went on to install his engines in the AC Cobra and the rest is history. Imported from the U.S. in 2011 by the vendor, he set about a full ground-up restoration. Whist the engine and gearbox were out, the body was prepared and painted by Healey specialists, Orchard Restorations in East Sussex to classic competition 100M specification; this included twin bonnet louvres, bonnet strap, no bumpers and the classic colour combination of white over dark blue with competition side vents. The 5.7 litre small-block, Chevrolet motor with four barrel Holley carburettors was stripped and found to be ‘as-new’ and the gearbox replaced with a five-speed Tremec unit. The differential is a ‘Ford 9” Detroit Locker’ with a 2:8 ratio and stopping is through disc brakes all round and competition callipers at the front. She sits on completely bespoke Jaguar D-Type-style centre lock wheels, ‘knock-on’ three-eared spinners and new tyres. The suspension has been uprated with rear telescopic shock absorbers and fuel passes through a Holley pump and filter from a bespoke aluminium fuel tank. The interior is well maintained and has been clearly used and the hood and tonneau in good order. Power comes in ample supply but delivery has been cleverly mitigated with equally appropriate ancillaries. None of this hell-fire and damnation is obvious to the casual observer but pull away from the kerb...
    • ESTIMATE£30,000 - £40,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£8,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number133
    • RegistrationNEG 10P
    • Chassis NumberVF8DE0T0227080520
    • Odometer Reading35700 miles
    • Engine NumberF138524
    • Estimate£8,000 - £12,000
    • ModelAvantime Privilege
    • FE Cat descRenault caused a sensation at the Paris Salon in 1998 with the unveiling of their Matra built gran-turismo super-Espace concept - the world’s first MPV coupé. So much so that a staggering 1.4bn francs (285 million Euro’s today) was poured into development. Remarkably true to the original concept design, the Avantime was a genuine mould-breaker that offered buyers something they didn’t know they needed: a galvanised chassis underpinning a luxurious coupe with a feeling of lounge-like spaciousness thanks to an ingenious glass top 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. ‘Sub-Zero’ status on Top Gear’s ‘Cool Wall’ meant the Avantime was the only production car of the day voted such status. Despite this, Renault’s flagship model achieved only 450 or so sales in the UK with approximately half being the top of the range V6 Privilege. Our automatic, three-litre Privilege was specified in metallic Illiade blue with silver roof rails and desirable beige ‘Bridge of Weir’ leather upholstery. Registered to Renault UK upon arrival in the UK (most Avantimes were), this example has had one private registered keeper from new. The mileage, at just 35,700 miles, is supported by the MoT test history and 14 service stamp entries in the service booklet - significantly more frequent than Renault’s proposed schedule of servicing at 18,000 mile intervals. With fewer than 300 miles covered since the last service and an MoT test valid until Feb 2020, this certainly is one of the very best surviving UK cars. We are advised that the Avantime drives beautifully and the interior remains entirely original and presents in near pristine order. All in all, a scarce model benefiting from top of the range specification in a striking colour combination and in fabulous condition.
    • ESTIMATE£8,000 - £12,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£18,000 - £24,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number134
    • RegistrationNG08 YOM
    • Chassis NumberWP0ZZZ99Z8S760334
    • Odometer Reading32000 miles
    • Engine Number69802291
    • Estimate£18,000 - £24,000
    • Model911 / 997 Carrera 2S Cabriolet
    • FE Cat descThe Porsche 996 was the first water-cooled example and ushered in a new era for the 911. The 997 had the opportunity to evolve performance and luxury to create what Porsche deemed as the 'ultimate sports car'. The most significant changes were to the interior and exterior styling. The 997 had larger 18 inch wheels and the engineering changes included slightly increased power. The car was technically similar to its predecessor, however more refined. A new S version was offered with sports suspension, sports exhaust and additional power from a slightly larger engine. The 997 became the most commercially successful 911 of all time and sold 100,000 units of its first phase between 2005 and July 2007. For the first time in Porsche history, the development of the Cabriolet version of the 997 led the design and engineering effort, with the Coupé following. Porsche applied the logic that if you start with the more difficult challenges of the Cabriolet, the Coupé version would simply be more rigid. Despite the additional weight, the cabriolet versions nearly attain the same performance figures as their Coupé counterparts. It has also received mostly positive reviews from the worldwide motoring press, with Jeremy Clarkson, a known detractor of Porsche cars, noting that the 997 will "make love to your fingertips and stir your soul." Specified when new with over £8,000 of additional extras such as 19' turbo wheels, extended navigation, Bose sound system, bi-Xenon lighting system, park assist, telephone module for PCM and of course the Tiptronic S package, this metallic Basalt Black 997 Cabriolet is offered with just 32,000 miles on the clock. An MoT test certificate valid until September 2019 is present within the history file of this very attractively priced and well specified 911 Cabriolet which combines comfort with sports car performance. Interested parties should note that, upon inspection, this Porsche 997 has a noise/knock from the engine. The car has been stationary for some time and the vendor wishes to make it clear that any potential buyer should be made aware of this issue and satisfy themselves as to the condition of the car prior to bidding.
    • ESTIMATE£18,000 - £24,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£23,000 - £27,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number135
    • RegistrationYDX 97G
    • Chassis NumberCC27213L
    • Odometer Reading17850 miles
    • Engine NumberCC27327HE
    • Estimate£23,000 - £27,000
    • 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. The TR6 featured a four-speed manual transmission with an optional overdrive unit and semi-trailing arm independent rear suspension, rack and pinion steering, 15" wheels and tyres, bucket seats and a full complement of instrumentation. Braking was by disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear. This splendid 1968 example is finished red with black leather interior. Supplied new by British Leyland Motors Inc of Los Angeles USA and importantly specified with the optional overdrive. The car was returned to the United Kingdom in 1992 and has had just one owner since, a Mr. True of Norfolk, who commissioned a no expense spared, nut and bolt restoration which took place over a number of years. With bills totalling in excess of £30,000 including many from Triumph specialists Manvers Triumph of Elmswell, Suffolk, this stunning example has covered a mere 1,000 miles since the work was completed and we are informed drives every bit as nicely as it looks. This car is supplied with a V5C registration certificate, MoT test certificate valid until February 2020 and a comprehensive history file which includes photos of the car during stages of the restoration. This is the perfect opportunity to own an iconic British classic car in a condition that will certainly be sought after, viewing is highly recommended.
    • ESTIMATE£23,000 - £27,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number136
    • RegistrationHYE 464W
    • Chassis NumberFX4DR40608X
    • Odometer Reading120931 miles
    • Engine Number25V880KD-1890
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelTaxi FX4
    • FE Cat descThe FX4 is a taxicab that was produced from 1958 until 1997. It was sold by Austin from 1958 until 1982, when Carbodies, who had been producing the FX4 for Austin, took over the intellectual rights to the car. They continued production until 1984 when London Taxis International took over the rights to the FX4 and they produced it until 1997. In all, more than 75,000 FX4s were manufactured. The first model of FX4 was fitted with a 2178cc Austin diesel engine and a Borg-Warner automatic transmission. In 1961, the manual transmission from the Austin Gipsy was available as an option. From 1962, the Austin 2199cc petrol engine was available. However, almost all FX4 taxis were fitted with a diesel engine and, until the mid-1970s most had a manual transmission. In 1969, the cab was altered to amend some shortcomings of the original. The original Austins were provided with small rear stop and taillights and roof-mounted indicators, commonly known as ‘bunny ears’. On the revised model, the rear wings were modified to accept the taillights and turn indicators from the Mk. II 1100/1300’s. Front indicators were also provided below the headlights and repeater indicators fitted to the front wings. The ‘bunny ears’ were abandoned. The interior was also changed, with black vinyl seats and an altered partition to give the driver more legroom. In 1971, the 2178cc diesel engine was replaced by a larger 2520cc version. This engine proved to be better for use with an automatic transmission and gradually fewer cabs with manual gearboxes were sold. Originally registered on 16th October 1980 and retired from service in the late nineties, this FX4 was previously owned by the late Alan Withey. Alan was very well known in the taxi world as he was the President of the LVTA (London Vintage Taxi Association) and amassed a collection of vintage taxis. This vehicle would have been well cared for throughout its working life as the Public Carriage Office (PCO) put each taxi through a vigorous annual inspection. This cab is nearly forty years old and is probably the most well known example of a London taxi. We are advised she runs well with a strong engine which is mated to an automatic gearbox. Still fitted with a meter, the interior is in good shape as is the headlining. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 5th June 2019, the vendor will include a number of spares for this taxi; offered for sale without reserve.
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number137
    • RegistrationT455 RCE
    • Chassis NumberWPOZZZ99ZXS643189
    • Odometer Reading129855 miles
    • Engine Number66X09432
    • Estimate£11,000- £14,000
    • Model911 / 996 Carrera Convertible Tiptronic S
    • FE Cat descThe Porsche 996 is the internal designation for the Porsche 911 model- manufactured and sold between 1998 and 2005. On its debut, the 996 featured the most significant changes to the Carrera model since its 1963 introduction, namely the water-cooled engine replacing the previously air-cooled unit. Progressively stringent noise regulations, environmental concerns, a higher expectation for refinement and a high-performance, four-valve-per-cylinder engine made the switch necessary. Other changes included a sleeker body with a more steeply raked windshield and a re-designed interior. Originally registered on 20th March 1999, this Carrera Tiptronic S has recently benefitted from a full engine rebuild including six new pistons, big-end bearings and an upgraded intermediate shaft bearing. At the same time, a new starter motor was fitted as well as new front and rear road springs. Two new roof motors have also been fitted. All of this work was carried out by Porsche specialist Brookspeed of Eastleigh in December 2017 at a cost of £14,481. Finished in black with tan leather interior, this Porsche is supplied with a V5C registration certificate and an MoT test certificate valid until 17th January 2020 together with invoices for the above work. Having covered circa 200 miles since the engine work was carried out and only being sold due to poor health of the vendor, this Porsche 996 offers excellent value given the recent significant investment.
    • ESTIMATE£11,000 - £14,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number138
    • RegistrationBXH 791
    • Chassis Number55556
    • Odometer Reading84789 miles
    • Engine Number7801
    • EstimateNo Reserve
    • ModelDeluxe Eight Rumble Seat Coupé
    • FE Cat descIn 1932, Hudson began phasing out its Essex nameplate for the modern Terraplane brand name. The new line was launched on 21st July 1932, with a promotional christening by Amelia Earhart. For 1932 and 1933, the restyled cars were named Essex-Terraplane and from 1934 as Terraplane, until 1938 when the Terraplane was renamed the Hudson 112. In England, Terraplanes built at the Brentford factory were still being advertised in 1938. The new Eights were the only engine offered in the Hudson line, supplanting the Super Six, which soldiered on in the Essex models. This very rare, UK factory built, righthand drive Hudson Deluxe Eight, Rumble Seat Coupé was purchased in 1994 by the late vendor. Restored in the same year, the car was then put into his collection and has been dry stored since. It has been started recently and runs but the car requires re-commissioning before been put back on the road. Finished in dark blue with grey interior this Deluxe Eight is supplied with a V5C registration document and a file containing some invoices and old registration documents dating back to 1951 showing the car had three previous owners. Once restored, this car would be the centre of attention in any classic car show or car collection.
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£19,000 - £24,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number139
    • RegistrationBF7180
    • Chassis Number682060
    • Odometer Reading15597 miles
    • Engine Number41603
    • Estimate£19,000 - £24,000
    • ModelSuper Six Tourer
    • FE Cat descThe American Hudson Motor Car Company took its name from Joseph L Hudson, who provided the finances that enabled a group of experienced ex-Olds Motor Works employees to embark on a new car manufacturing venture. Incorporated in February 1909, Hudson built its first car in July of that same year and 12 months later had sold 4,000 units, the industry's best first year sales record to date. In 1916, no fewer than 25,772 Hudsons found customers, an increase of 100% from the previous year. The reason was the introduction in January that year of the 'Super Six', which had been launched on the back of a series of high speed demonstration runs made on Long Island in December 1915. With 76bhp on tap, the sidevalve-engined Super Six possessed a performance demonstrably superior to that of many six-cylinder rivals costing far more. One of the truly outstanding American cars of its day, the Hudson Super Six remained in production until 1926 when it was replaced by an 'F-Head' design. This righthand drive 1925 Hudson Super Six Tourer was purchased, by the late vendor in 2015, just after the new body had been manufactured. The car was imported from Australia in 2014. Since then, the car has had a certain amount of restoration work carried out, this included the leather being replaced before the car was put into his classic car collection and dry stored. The engine has recently been started and run but this Hudson requires recommissioning before being used on the road. Finished in grey with black wings and brown leather interior, this Super Six Tourer is supplied with a V5C registration document, it is a rare and pretty righthand drive tourer.
    • ESTIMATE£19,000 - £24,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£28,000 - £34,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number140
    • RegistrationEGU 9
    • Chassis Number543632
    • Odometer Reading36426 miles
    • Engine Number61664
    • Estimate£28,000 - £34,000
    • ModelEight ‘Woody’ Estate Car
    • FE Cat descConceived by business partners Reid Railton and Noel Macklin, Railton cars were based on Hudson mechanics and assembled at the old Invicta works on Macklin's Fairmile estate in Cobham, Surrey. Introduced in 1933, the first Railton used a modified Terraplane Eight chassis on which was mounted British-style coachwork. The Railton weighed less than the Terraplane and with 94bhp available from the 4,010cc side-valve straight eight, the result was a stylish car with outstanding performance for its day. Priced at £499, it also represented remarkable value for money. Tourers were offered at first, followed by saloons and dropheads. Various other Hudson chassis were used over the years, the second series being based on the 4.2 litre Hudson Super Eight, and there was also a 'baby' Railton in the late 1930s, which was based on the Standard Ten. The marque was effectively killed-off at the outbreak of WW2 having produced around 1,400 cars although a handful of prototypes were exhibited post-war by which time the Railton enterprise had been sold to Hudson Motors Ltd. This 1935 Railton, fitted with the eight-cylinder engine, left the factory with a Fairmile One Tourer body and the registration number EGU9. It was purchased by a Mr. C.J. Hughes and, it is believed, that he used the car right up to when it was put into storage in a barn in 1960. Purchased by the late vendor in 2005 as a restoration project, it was dug out of the barn some twelve years earlier and taken to a garage for restoration. After dismantling the Railton, it was left in bits until purchased. Once the parts, including the old body, had been taken to the seller’s workshop, restoration began. The original body was found to be beyond repair and it was decided to scrap it, retaining the original wings, bonnet and scuttle and to build a ‘Woody’ shooting brake/estate car. An article included in the file goes into detail regarding the planning and construction of the new period body, including using the original body parts, windscreen and frame. Finished in green with woodwork all varnished and the interior now resplendent in brown leather. This eight-cylinder Railton is supplied with a V5C registration document and file containing the article on the restoration, correspondence from the DVLA regarding retaining the original registration number EGU 9 and a number of tax discs from 1945 to 1960, when it is believed the car went into storage. This is a perfect opportunity to purchase a rare, pre-war marque fitted with an interesting, desirable ‘Woody’ body. Interested parties should note that a new V5C registration document for this car was issued last year and now the registration number is not transferable.
    • ESTIMATE£28,000 - £34,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£40,000 - £46,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number141
    • Registration660 XVA
    • Chassis NumberBN2L 228344
    • Odometer Reading1718 miles
    • Engine NumberB205630
    • Estimate£40,000 - £46,000
    • Model100/4 M BN2L
    • ESTIMATE£40,000 - £46,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£39,000 - £45,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number142
    • RegistrationP222 BBB
    • Chassis NumberSCBZK15C8VCH61090
    • Odometer Reading72224 miles
    • Engine Number867S8L410M/TTT
    • Estimate£39,000 - £45,000
    • ModelAzure
    • ESTIMATE£39,000 - £45,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£21,000 - £25,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number143
    • Registrationtbc
    • Chassis NumberSAJJNAEW3BM178655
    • Odometer Reading44600 miles
    • Engine Number850822035G
    • Estimate£21,000 - £25,000
    • ModelXJS Le Mans Coupé (5.3 litre)
    • ESTIMATE£21,000 - £25,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£32,000 - £37,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number144
    • Chassis Number22513
    • Engine NumberF106A021
    • Estimate£32,000 - £37,000
    • Model308 GTB Competition (3.0 Litre)
    • ESTIMATE£32,000 - £37,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£24,000 - £29,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number145
    • RegistrationR736 WRK
    • Chassis NumberSCFAA311XWK202028
    • Odometer Reading45270 miles
    • Engine NumberAM1/0601859
    • Estimate£24,000 - £29,000
    • ModelDB7 i6 Volante
    • ESTIMATE£24,000 - £29,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • ESTIMATE£20,000 - £25,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number146
    • RegistrationYXS 478
    • Chassis NumberXPAGTD216361
    • Odometer Reading10322 miles
    • Engine NumberXPAG-TD2-16361
    • Estimate£20,000 - £25,000
    • ModelTD Midget
    • ESTIMATE£20,000 - £25,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£17,000 - £20,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • Lot Number147
    • Registrationtbc
    • Chassis NumberSDLDCC485TJ012033
    • Odometer Reading3603 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£17,000 - £20,000
    • ModelChimaera Clubman (4.0 litre)
    • ESTIMATE£17,000 - £20,000
    • StatusUnsold
    • ESTIMATE£22,000 - £26,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
    • Lot Number148
    • RegistrationFKA 803L
    • Chassis Number1986895
    • Odometer Reading27637 miles
    • Engine Numbertbc
    • Estimate£22,000 - £26,000
    • Model500 Gamine by Vignale
    • ESTIMATE£22,000 - £26,000
    • Sold:N/A
    • StatusCLOSED
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