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Auction Description for Historics at Brooklands Ltd: Classic & Sports Car Auction
Viewing Notes:
2nd & 3rd March from 10am.
Historics Classic & Sportscar Auctions:
1.Definitions
In these Terms and Conditions the following definitions shall apply:
"Auctioneer" Historics Classic and Sportscar Auctions Limited (Company No. 06997410) with a registered address at Main Building, Thorney
Business Park, Thorney Lane North, Iver, Bucks SL0 9SH and where appropriate its officers, employees and agents;
"Bid" an offer to purchase a Lot at a price given by the Auctioneer;
"Buyer's Commission" a commission payable by You (in addition to the Purchase Price) as a condition of Your purchase of a Lot and calculated
in the manner described at Clauses 10 and 11;
"Catalogue" the list of Lots that the Auctioneer publishes in advance of a Sale;
"Lot" an item or items consigned to, and advertised by, the Auctioneer with a view to its/their inclusion within a Sale and identified within a
Catalogue by a Lot number;
"Purchase Price" the amount of the highest Bid on a Lot at the moment When the Hammer Falls plus VAT on the commission;
"Resale Rights" the statutory right of any third party to receive a payment on a disposal of a Lot (or any part of it) including, but not limited to,
those set out in the Artists Resale Right Regulations 2006;
"Reserve" the minimum price at which a Lot may be sold as stipulated by the Seller and whether communicated to You before, during or after
the Sale;
"Sale" the auction sale at which a Lot is to be made available for sale through the Auctioneer;
"Seller" the person who offers the Lot for sale as identified in the Catalogue;
"When the Hammer Falls" the moment that a Lot it is knocked down to You which occurs upon the fall of the Auctioneer's hammer following
your highest Bid when no higher Bid has been made for the Lot; and
"You" the person making Bids;
2.The Contract of Sale
The Seller invites you to offer to purchase the Lot as the principal to a contract for the sale of the Lot by making Bids for the Lot, such contract,
if concluded, being made between the Seller and You.
The Auctioneer acts in the capacity as a facilitator and not as the Seller's agent or as an additional principal and the Auctioneer shall have no
liability to You in respect of the Lot, its sale or the contract for the sale of the Lot.
The Auctioneer reserves the right, without giving any reasons, to withdraw any Lot from the Sale or to cancel any auction in respect of a Lot at
any time prior to the moment When the Hammer Falls.
The Auctioneer reserves the right, without giving any reasons, to refuse to allow You to attend a Sale, to refuse You permission to make Bids or
to ignore Your Bids at any time prior to the moment When the Hammer Falls.
A binding contract between You and the Seller under which Your offer to purchase the Lot for a consideration equal to Your highest Bid plus
commission (plus VAT on that amount) is made When the Hammer Falls at which point, subject to Clause 3 below (reserves), the Seller accepts
Your offer to purchase the Lot.
You cannot reduce or cancel a Bid once it has been made and the Auctioneer's decision as to whether or not a Bid has been validly made shall be
determinative.
3.Reserves
Where the Lot is subject to a Reserve, and notwithstanding that the Lot may have been knocked down to You upon the fall of the Auctioneer's
hammer following your highest Bid, the Seller's acceptance of your offer to purchase the Lot at Your highest Bid is conditional on Your highest
Bid being equal to or higher than the Reserve.
If Your highest Bid is not equal to or higher than the Reserve neither You, the Seller nor the Auctioneer will have any liability to proceed with
the sale or transfer of the Lot and the Auctioneer will notify You as soon as reasonably practicable.
4.Variations
In all cases any additional or alternative terms and conditions:
(a)printed in the relevant Catalogue;
(b)set out in any written contracts for sale provided to You by the Auctioneer; or
(c)notified by oral announcements made at any time by the Auctioneer before the moment When the Hammer Falls
shall take precedence over the terms and conditions shown below and if You place any Bid You shall deemed to be making an offer upon these
terms and conditions as varied by any of the additions/variations referred to at (a) to (c) above.
5.Seller's Undertakings
The Seller undertakes to You that:
(a)the Seller is the owner of the Lot or is duly authorised as an agent (whether such agency is disclosed or not) for a principal who is the owner
to sell the Lot (and where the Seller acts as an agent for the owner of the Lot the Seller as agent and the principal shall be jointly and severally
liable as such to sell the Lot); and
(b)save as may be disclosed in the Catalogue, the Seller sells the Lot with full title guarantee free from all liens, charges, encumbrances and third
party claims or, where the seller is the executor, trustee, liquidator, receiver or administrator, with whatever right, title or interest he may have in
the Lot.
6.Your Undertaking
You undertake to the Seller and the Auctioneer that You are placing Bids in order to purchase and own a Lot Yourself and You are not making
Bids as an agent for a principal. You accept that When the Hammer Falls You cannot avoid being personally liable to complete the purchase of
the Lot by claiming that you are acting as the agent of a third party principal.
7.The Description of the Lot
The Lot is not sold as corresponding with any description in the Catalogue or any statement or representation made in writing by, or on behalf
of, the Auctioneer.
Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the description and condition of each lot prior to the sale. Buyers are advised to inspect the cars
in person or use a professional to carry out this service.
8.Exclusions and Limitations of Liability
Without limiting the provisions of Clause 7 above neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer makes or gives any contractual promise, undertaking,
obligation, guarantee, warranty, or representation of fact, or shall be deemed to have any duty of care, in relation to any description of the Lot or
any fact or statistic applied or made in relation to it. In particular, neither the Seller not the Auctioneer shall have any liability (whether implied
by the Sale of Goods Act 1979 or otherwise) in respect of the Lot's quality, manufacturer, value, model description, date of creation, provenance,
prior owners, component parts, manufacture, service history, road/air/seaworthiness, safety, heritage, any remedial work carried out on it, its
compliance with any relevant laws or regulations, its fitness for any purpose or its conformity with any description.
Without limiting the provisions of Clauses 7 and 8 above to the fullest extent permitted by law neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer nor any
associated company shall be liable to You for any indirect special or consequential loss or damage (including but not limited to loss of profit or
loss of saving), costs, expenses or other claims for compensation whatsoever which arise out of or in connection with these Terms and
Conditions, the sale or supply of any Lots or their use or resale by You.
Without limiting the provisions of Clauses 7 and 8 above the Seller's and the Auctioneer's liability to You for any claim arising in relation to the
Sale will be limited to the payment of a sum which will not exceed by way of maximum the amount of the Purchase Price of the Lot.
Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these terms and conditions excludes or limits either the Seller's or the Auctioneer's liability in respect of
their fraudulent misrepresentation or any death or personal injury arising out of their negligence or any other liability to the extent the same may
not be excluded or restricted as a matter of law.
9.Risk, Property And Title
Subject to Clause 3 above (reserves) risk in the Lot passes to You When the Hammer Falls. The Seller and the Auctioneer will not be
responsible thereafter for the Lot prior to you collecting it from the Auctioneer, and You must make Your own arrangements to ensure the
safekeeping of the Lot.
Subject to Clause 3 above (reserves) You hereby indemnify the Seller and the Auctioneer and keep them fully indemnified from and against all
claims, proceedings, costs, expenses and losses arising in respect of any injury, loss and damage caused to or by the Lot after the moment When
the Hammer Falls until the moment title to the Lot passes to you in the manner described below.
Title to the Lot remains in and is retained by the Seller until all of the following have occurred:
(a)the Purchase Price, the Buyer's Commission and all other sums payable by you to the Auctioneer and the Seller in relation to the Lot have
been paid in full to, and received in cleared funds by, The Auctioneer; and
(b)You have collected the Lot in accordance with Clause 13 below.
you accept that it is Your responsibility to procure and complete any and all paperwork to perfect Your title to any Lot and to record your
interest in, and responsibility for, the Lot with any relevant authority.
10.Buyer's Commission
It is a condition of the contract for the sale of the Lot to You that You pay to the Auctioneer the Buyer's Commission which is a sum equal to
10% of the Purchase Price [plus VAT] (15% for automobilia) and which represents part of the consideration due to the Auctioneer for the
Auctioneer's facilitation of the sale of the Lot.
In the event that the sale of the Lot to You is not completed because of any breach by You of these Terms and Conditions You undertake to
compensate the Auctioneer in full in respect of the Buyer's Commission that would have been payable along with any other commission that
would have been due to the Auctioneer from the Seller if the sale of the Lot had been completed [plus VAT where applicable]. Buyers using
online bidding system, iBidder, will be subject to an additional 1% commission.
In the event that You attend at a Sale, the Lot is not sold (or does not meet its Reserve) but during or within [3 months] after the Sale You enter
into a commitment with the Seller or any related company to acquire any interest in the Lot (or any part of it) You also undertake to
simultaneously pay the Auctioneer 10% of the total price payable to the Seller or any related company for the interest in the Lot [plus VAT].
11.Resale Rights
You agree that in the event that the sale of any Lot is subject to a Resale Right it will, as between You, the Auctioneer and the Seller, be Your
responsibility to establish whether or not the Resale Right applies, to establish to whom any payments must be paid, to establish what payments
or royalties might be due under it and to make any such payment in full and you hereby indemnify the Auctioneer and the Seller against any
failure on Your part to do so.
Notwithstanding what is said above in the event that the sale of any Lot is subject to a Resale Right the Auctioneer shall have the right, but not
the obligation, to increase the Buyer's Commission by an amount equivalent to the amount due from the Seller, the Auctioneer and/or You in
respect of the Resale Right and to make the Resale Right payment itself. In the event that the Auctioneer exercises that right it shall notify You
in advance and it shall also be entitled to further increase the Buyer's Commission in order to recover all costs and expenses (including interest
and legal costs) incurred by it and relating to the Resale Right payment.
12.Payment
Subject to Clause 3 above (reserves) Your obligation to pay the Purchase Price and the Buyer's Commission arises When the Hammer Falls.
Time will be of the essence in relation to payment of all sums under these Terms and Conditions and unless the Auctioneer agrees in writing to
the contrary all such sums must be paid to The Auctioneer by You in pounds sterling in the manner required by the Auctioneer [within 1 day of
[on the day of the Sale] after the moment When the Hammer Falls].
If You do not pay any sums due strictly in accordance with this Clause 12, the Seller (subject always to the prior written agreement of the
Auctioneer) and the Auctioneer will have the right, without further notice to You, to exercise one or more of the following rights:
(a)to terminate (without damages or penalties arising on the part of the Auctioneer or the Seller) immediately the contract for Your purchase of
the Lot for Your breach of contract;
(b)to immediately re-advertise or sell the Lot by auction, private treaty or any other means;
(c)to retain possession of the Lot;
(d)to remove and store the Lot at alternative premises at Your expense;
(e)to take legal proceedings against You for any sum due and/or damages for breach of contract;
(f)to increase Your liability to include interest on any outstanding sums due from the date when such payment was due until the date of actual
payment at a rate per annum determined under section 6 of the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 (or any higher rate
implemented under any legislation that replaces or repeals that section) and notwithstanding that You may not be acting in the course of a
business, plus any reasonable and identifiable costs including legal fees incurred in recovering these sums;
(g)to retain possession of any other property sold to You by the Seller at the Sale or by any third party an any other auction or by private treaty
until all sums due under the contract for Your purchase of the Lot shall have been paid in full in cleared funds;
(h)to retain possession of, and to sell any of Your other property in the possession of the Seller and/or of The Auctioneer (as bailee for the Seller)
for any purpose (including, without limitation, other goods sold to You) and to apply any monies due to You as a result of such sale in
satisfaction or part satisfaction of any amounts owed to the Seller or to The Auctioneer; and
(i)so long as such goods remain in the possession of the Seller or The Auctioneer as its bailee, to rescind the contract for the sale of any other
goods sold to You by the Seller at the Sale or by any third party an any other auction or by private treaty and apply any monies received from
You in respect of such goods in part or full satisfaction of any amounts owed to the Seller or to The Auctioneer by You.
You agree to indemnify the Seller and the Auctioneer against all legal and other costs of enforcement, all losses and other expenses and costs
(including any monies payable to the Seller or the Auctioneer in order to obtain the release of the Lot) incurred by the Seller or the Auctioneer
(whether or not court proceedings will have been issued) as a result of the Seller or the Auctioneer taking steps under this Clause 12 on a full
indemnity basis together with interest thereon (after as well as before judgement or order) at the rate specified above from the date upon which
the Seller and/or the Auctioneer become liable to pay the same until payment by You.
Finance may be available subject to status and indemnities may be required. We work with Classic & Sports Finance as a credit provider who
may be able to offer You finance for Your purchase. We are only able to offer finance products from this provider and not advice. If You are
purchasing a vehicle using finance, please satisfy Yourself that finance has been formally arranged before bidding. You will be liable for
payment of the Lot regardless of whether You are able to obtain finance, either through Classic and Sports Finance or your own provider.
13.Collection of the Lot
Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Auctioneer, the Lot will be released to You only when the Auctioneer has received cleared funds to
the amount of all sums owed by You to the Seller and to the Auctioneer.
You will collect and remove the Lot at your own expense from the Auctioneer's (or the Seller's) custody and/or control in accordance with the
Auctioneer's instructions or requirements.
You will be wholly responsible for packing, handling, insurance and transport of the Lot on collection and for complying with all import or
export regulations in connection with the Lot.
You will be wholly responsible for any removal, insurance, storage or other charges or expenses incurred by the Auctioneer or the Seller if you
do not remove the Lot in accordance with this Clause 13 and will indemnify the Auctioneer and the Seller against all charges, costs, including
any legal costs and fees, expenses and losses suffered by the Auctioneer and the Seller by reason of your failure to remove the Lot including any
charges due from any third party storage provider. All such sums due will be payable on demand.
Buyers should note that any vehicle purchased using finance options will need to be collected from EM Rogers' Northampton depot, which will
incur transport and storage charges. These transport and storage charges are to be settled by You, the Buyer in order for collection to take place.
14.Data Protection
All information provided by You to the Auctioneer will be treated confidentially and will not be passed on to third parties, except to the extent
this is necessary in order to complete a sale transaction provided that the Auctioneer reserves the right to pass on information where this is
required by legislation, government authorities or the courts.
The Auctioneer shall also have the right to use any personal information obtained from you to notify you of auctions and other events and
products of a related nature made available by the Auctioneer or by carefully chosen third parties and the Auctioneer also reserves the right to
use the information in an anonymous form, for example in connection with marketing, user surveys and statistical analysis.
15.General
You may not assign either the benefit or burden of the contract for Your purchase of the Lot.
The Seller's or the Auctioneer's failure or delay in enforcing or exercising any power or right under these Terms and Conditions will not operate
or be deemed to operate as a waiver of their rights except to the extent of any express waiver given to you in writing. Any such waiver will not
affect the Seller's or the Auctioneer's ability subsequently to enforce any right arising under these Terms and Conditions.
Neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer shall be liable for delay in performing or for failure to perform their obligations under these Terms and
Conditions if they are prevented from, or delayed in, carrying on their business by acts, events, omissions or accidents beyond their reasonable
control.
If any term or any part of any term of these Terms and Conditions is held to be unenforceable or invalid, such unenforceability or invalidity will
not affect the enforceability and validity of the remaining terms or the remainder of the relevant term.
No person who is not a party to these Terms And Conditions shall have any right to enforce any term under the Contracts (Rights of Third
Parties) Act 1999 but, for the avoidance of doubt, the Auctioneer shall be entitled to enforce any term of these Terms and Conditions that confer
a benefit on it.
These Terms and Conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation (including
non-contractual disputes or claims), shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with the law of England and Wales. The parties
irrevocably agree that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of or in
connection with this Agreement or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims).
At the election of the Auctioneer the Seller and You accept that any dispute arising out of or in connection with these Terms and Conditions
(including any dispute arising out of the contract for Your purchase of the Lot) may (if the Auctioneer so decides) be finally settled under the
Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more
Shipping Terms:
Historics do not directly offer shipping, we recommend any shipping queries are directed to our chosen partners E.M Rogers Transport who can be contacted on 01604 755511.

trafficdesk@emrogers.co.uk
http://www.emrogerstransport.com

Classic & Sports Car Auction (134 Lots)

by Historics at Brooklands

March 4, 2017, 10:30 AM GMT

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Weybridge, United Kingdom

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1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt

Estimate: £4,500 - £6,000

Description: 1970 BSA 650 Thunderbolt Transmission: paddle Mileage: 1 One of the oldest British motorcycle manufacturers, the Birmingham Small Arms Company began building bikes with proprietary power as early as 1903 and by 1909 were using their own engines, starting with a 3.5hp belt-driven single. BSA went on to become one of the most successful of all British manufacturers, both on and off the track. A development of the successful A10, BSA's new range of A50 and A65 twins took advantage of unit construction to modernise the packaging of the engine and gearbox in the late 1950s and would remain in production from 1962 until BSA finally went under over a decade later. The two models shared virtually all common parts with the 500cc A50 having a bore of 65.5mm and the larger 650cc A65's bore 75mm. With a new frame came a new name, the so-called 'Power Egg', a reference to the design of the new unit engine and gearbox. The A65 was sold in a myriad of different versions, including the Rocket, Thunderbolt, Lightning, Spitfire, Hornet and Firebird and was steadily improved over the years. This BSA was registered on 4th June 1970, the first owner was Leicester & Rutland Constabulary; they subsequently kept the motorcycle until June 1976. Recently, this Thunderbolt has been restored and presents in good order, although as the odometer indicates, has not been used since the restoration. These BSA's are big powerful imposing machines and would have been a delight to ride around the Leicestershire countryside. Supplied with a V5C registration document together with the original green logbook, this Thunderbolt appears to have had only four keepers in total.

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1978 Honda C90 Cub

Description: 1978 Honda C90 Cub Transmission: paddle Mileage: 4980 Beloved by the pizza delivery movement and trainee taxi-drivers in equal measure, the Honda 90, love it or hate it, occupies a significant position in motoring history. With numbers eclipsing 87 million in 2014, success has not been short-lived but the simple, efficient and timeless styling has proved enormously popular since its inception in 1958. Look beyond the everyday transports of commuters the world over though and you will see one of this planets true motoring icons. It is unique by virtue of the fact it has just one recorded owner prior to the vendor and only 4,980 miles stated on the speedometer. Also included is the owner's manual, UK registration document and, amazingly, a brand new set of white plastic leg-guards. Just in case!

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2002 Vespa PX125

Description: 2002 Vespa PX125 Transmission: manual Mileage: 3600 The Vespa has evolved from a single model motor scooter manufactured in 1946 by Piaggio to a full line of scooters and one of seven companies today owned by Piaggio. From their inception, Vespa scooters have been known for their painted, pressed steel unibody which combines a complete cowling for the engine (enclosing the engine mechanism and concealing dirt or grease), a flat floorboard (providing foot protection) and a prominent front fairing (providing wind protection) into a single structural unit. Stylish and efficient, they percolate through every strata of life. Presented in excellent condition, as you would expect for just 3,600 miles recorded, this striking red example is a kick-start model with additional luggage rack and passenger backrest. It has recently suffered a dent to the front wheel arch and come complete with a manual, handbook and MoT test certificate valid until March, 2018.

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1964 Royal Enfield Crusader

Description: 1964 Royal Enfield Crusader Transmission: manual Mileage: 67816 The Royal Enfield Continental was the dream bike of every learner rider of the mid-1960s. Seen as the saviour of an ailing Royal Enfield company from the massed hordes of Japanese and Italian lightweight. The bright red fibreglass tank, polychrome-silver frame, grey handlebar grips, hump-backed, two-tone seat and the natty fly-screen was arguably one of the prettiest production motorcycles of its day. After building the prototype, Enfield needed to out-plug the Japanese in the advertising stakes. Honda were running full-page adverts in the motorcycle press, extolling the virtues of their high-tech machines that ran 'like Swiss watches'. The 250cc class was important in the UK as it was the largest engine which a learner could ride without passing a test. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Royal Enfield produced a number of 250cc machines, including a racer, a Scrambler with the biggest-seller being the Crusader, a 248cc pushrod overhead valve single producing 18bhp. This excellent example of the Continental is supplied here as it would have left Royal Enfield in 1964, finished with a black frame and red fuel tank and mud guards; this motorcycle is in good condition with only 67,816 miles recorded on the odometer. The Continental is supplied with a V5C registration document and a Royal Enfield Owners Club dating certificate, some MoT test certificates and bills.

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1992 Reliant Robin Mk. II LX

Description: 1992 Reliant Robin Mk. II LX Transmission: manual Mileage: 56545 The Reliant Robin was a small three-wheeled car manufactured by the Reliant Motor Company in Tamworth. It was produced in several versions over the course of 30 years and is the second most popular fibreglass car in history. The Robin was first manufactured in October 1973 as a direct replacement for the Reliant Regal, these models feature a 750cc engine, but in 1975, the car gained a number of improvements including an engine boost to 850cc. The Robin was well received in the 1970s because of good design executed by Ogle Design, (who had previously designed the Bond Bug, and Scimitar) and affordable price. In 1989, Reliant revived the Robin name, producing a new and totally revamped Robin featuring a new fibreglass body featuring a hatchback, with later an estate and van joining the range. Later on in production, the Robin received new, 12 inch wheels, improved brakes and an improved interior with new dials and interior trim. Reliant also started offering an unleaded engine (shown by having a green rocker cover) Purchased originally by the vendor to rekindle memories of youth for his boss, this Reliant was in a sad state when it was located in Wales. He then set about getting the car re-sprayed and re-commissioning the car mechanically. The interior trim was also taken care of including a new headlining and heater motor. A rare sight on British roads today, it is very unusual to see a Reliant Robin in such great condition. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a full years MoT test certificate, this vehicle is being sold for charity with all the funds going to a Mongolian charity that work with local communities in Central Asia and Central America, aiming to improve access to education and healthcare services.

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1930 Citroën AC 4

Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000

Description: 1930 Citroën AC 4 Transmission: manual Mileage: The AC4 was manufactured from 1928 through to 1932 and was available in several body types; a saloon, convertible or a coupe de ville. Competitively priced, the vehicle proved very popular with some 70,000 units manufactured in the first year of production. Early examples suffered from mechanical issues, namely premature wear of the cylinder, however this was rectified with the adaptation of some parts from the AC6. Once rectified by Citroën, the AC4 continued to be a huge success. This This delightful lefthand drive example was purchased by the vendor in Holland, he has since registered the car on UK number plates with the DVLA. The 1600cc, four-cylinder engine ran very well during our inspection with no adverse rattles or noises. We are advised by the vendor that she drives well with everything operating correctly. Clearly restoration work has been carried out on BF 8091, thought to have been around 1985, this appears to have been to a reasonable standard and, as such, the car is in a perfectly useable condition. This spacious saloon has all the charm of a pre-war vehicle with presence and grace aplenty. The rear passenger compartment has a couple of small occasional seats and there is a lovely double action trunk at the rear of this Citroën AC 4. Supplied with a V5C registration document together with the necessary documentation confirming all duties have been paid.

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1980 Porsche 911SC Targa

Description: 1980 Porsche 911SC Targa Transmission: manual Mileage: 127000 The iconic 911 can trace its history back some 44 years; its family tree containing such memorable cars as the 911S, the 2.7 Carrera RS and the notorious Turbo. The landmark SC replaced all non-Turbo 911s, first being presented to the general public at the 1977 Frankfurt Motor Show. Featuring 7Jx16 Fuchs rear rims and flared wings, it was offered in either coupe or targa form. Power came from the three litre Carrera engine, detuned to 180bhp and a five-speed 915 transmission. This was still good enough to return a 0-60mph time of 6.4 seconds and would propel the car on to a maximum of 144mph. Ordered by Porsche cars UK in 1979 before registering new in 1980 as NPW 510V, this 911SC Targa is presented in Guards Red with biscuit leather interior. In 1995, this example was subject to a theft and, as such, classified at the time by the DVLA as stolen/recovered with the VIN plate having been removed by the miscreants. The DVLA re-issued a new VIN plate and registration Q788 HVF. The current vendor has since obtained written confirmation from Porsche UK and the DVLA that this is indeed the original car VIN: 91A0131674 with the matching engine 6301552 and originally registered as NPW 510V. In the last 11 years, under the ownership of the current vendor, much of this important correspondence has been logged within the history file and can be found alongside a wealth of MoT test certificates and maintenance records. The current owner has maintained the car to a very good standard with MoT test certificate until August 2017 and the car is presented in very good condition whilst offered, attractively, at no reserve. Do not be fooled by the odometer reading however, on any Porsche with the 2993cc engine; as with much Porsche engineering, these examples were built to last.

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2004 Mercedes-Benz S500 'ex Michael Crawford'

Description: 2004 Mercedes-Benz S500 'ex Michael Crawford' Transmission: automatic Mileage: 17750 The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a luxury saloon and was officially introduced in 1972 succeeding previous Mercedes-Benz models dating back to the mid-1950s. As the flagship of the Mercedes-Benz lineup, the S-Class has debuted many of the company's latest innovations, including drivetrain technologies, interior features and safety systems (such as seatbelt pre-tensioners). The W220 S-Class was completely restyled in 1999 with a body that was slightly smaller and lighter than its predecessor. As with each new S-Class, the W220 brought in new innovations such as Airmatic air suspension and Active Ventilated Seats (which used miniature fans in the seats to move air through perforations). Originally registered on 16th June, 2004, this S500 can only be described as 'brand new'. It has only covered 17,750 miles and has been, garaged, chauffeur driven and tucked away for a long time due to the previous owner's work commitments. That previous owner is the legendary actor, comedian and signer, Michael Crawford. Mr. Crawford best known for playing the hapless Frank Spencer in the popular 1970s British sitcom, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em (which made him a household name) but was later famed in the title role in The Phantom of the Opera, indeed it was this role that lead to this immaculate S500 as, when he left to play the title role on Broadway, it rendered his car in the UK surplus to requirements. Mr. Crawford however chose to store the car and, as such, we can offer incredibly low mileage. The current vendor has confirmed the car to be totally original and, to be expected, it drove with no faults. The Tanzanite Blue paintwork does not have a mark on it and the Dove grey interior is unblemished. The specification of an S500 is comprehensive and this car is supplied with a V5 registration document, a current MoT test certificate and some service history from Mercedes-Benz including its most recent service in December with a main dealer. This one former keeper-example offers astonishing value for money given the cost when new.

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1958 Jaguar Mk. I Saloon

Estimate: £14,000 - £18,000

Description: 1958 Jaguar Mk. I Saloon Transmission: manual Mileage: 102699 We are delighted to offer this 1958 Jaguar 2.4 litre Saloon that, in today's market, is a rare sight indeed. In the late 1940s and early 1950s, Williams Lyons, Chairman of Jaguar Cars Ltd. and Bill Heynes, Jaguar's Chief Engineer and designer of the iconic Jaguar XK power unit, were working on the idea of a compact, unitary constructed saloon to be powered by a short-stroke version of the six-cylinder engine. William Lyons, once again, hit the market with the right product at the right price, the new car being able to be purchased for under £1,300 including tax. The Jaguar's Heritage Trust Certificate records that this Jaguar was manufactured on 2nd December 1958 with the colour of Mist Grey with red interior trim and was dispatched on 5th December to Robb Motors, Cape Town, South Africa and sold by them to a Mr. A Barr. A well detailed history file includes the original sales invoice and details of the five owners the Jaguar has had whilst residing in South Africa. The second owner, acquiring the Jaguar in 1966, a Mrs. Margretta Cousins who bequeathed the Jaguar (and a gun), on her passing in 1997, to her son Michael Cousins. The 4th owner, having acquired the Jaguar in 2006, changed the colour from Mist Grey to Old English White. On the 20th November 2014, John Ryall sold the car to a Mr Chris Cutler who became the 5th owner in 55 years. Mr Ryall celebrates the purchase of his new Jaguar almost immediately, by purchasing a new set of tyres (including spare). Then in May 2015, re-commissioning works were undertaken. Items such as the brakes, clutch master cylinder, propshaft, water pump, suspension bushes, new seals and washers, electric fuel pump, differential oil, full service and numerous little jobs were completed. With the odometer now reading 101,350 miles, Mr Cutler hit the road and 250 miles later, tired of wrestling with the heavy steering, opted to have a discreet electric power steering system fitted. Thinking he'd reached motoring nirvana, Mr Ryall enjoyed a full four blissful months before his classic Jaguar 'failed to proceed'. The car was recovered and delivered to Steve Marsh Classic Autos to have the cylinder head reconditioned, a knock from the left front cured and some door locks replaced. On a recent test, it was noticed just how smooth the 2.4 litre engine actually is. Able to up with modern traffic, the overdrive gearbox is of particular benefit and the fact that she's now knocking on the door of 59 years of age just adds to the occasion. Today, 875 UYT presents well. The attractive Old English White coachwork is in good order and the contrasting red leather interior is also good whilst displaying areas of patina with sections of the front seats having been replaced with new leather panels. The history file confirms that this is a UK registered Jaguar with no previously recorded UK owners and with all the relevant UK import duties having been paid; also included is an original Jaguar Operating, Maintenance and Service Handbook and an MoT test certificate valid until October 2017. With the Mk. I Saloon now becoming quite scarce, we feel that this Jaguar is offered with a very tempting estimate, especially given today's market.

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1990 Peugeot 205 GTi Mi16

Estimate: £9,000 - £11,000

Description: 1990 Peugeot 205 GTi Mi16 Transmission: manual Mileage: 6000 When the Peugeot 205 GTi was launched in 1984, it wasn't the first hot hatch on the block. It was following in the footsteps of the equally-legendary Volkswagen Golf GTi, while competition was also in development from Renault with its 5 GT Turbo, Ford Fiesta XR2 and Escort XR3i. Early 205 GTi's had a mere 105hp which was then upped with the launch of the 205 GTi 1.9 litre but that was basically it in terms of the evolution of the 205 GTi. Some bright spark, however, noted that the engine in the 405 Mi16 boasted 160hp and began to put two and two together. It is an easy swap if you know what you are doing and whilst values of hot 1.9 205 GTi's are soaring, the lesser 1.6-litre is still relatively attainable and so it is these that are sought-after for modification. The weight has not really changed so the pick-up is still instant but now simply explodes towards the redline. This example has undergone extensive restoration in recent years. Often road-weary today, a total refresh was well deserved. With the engine out, a full repaint was undertaken. The 405 unit was then rebuilt, installed and run-in. It has now passed the 6,000 mile mark since all works were completed. The interior has been refurbished and presents in good order throughout. Complete with a history file and an MoT test certificate valid until February, 2018; this is the greatest GTi that never was.

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1969 Triumph Vitesse Mk. II Convertible

Description: 1969 Triumph Vitesse Mk. II Convertible Transmission: manual Mileage: 71050 Introduced in May 1962, the Triumph Vitesse was a six-cylinder sports saloon based upon the four-cylinder powered Triumph Herald. Having designed the Herald, Giovanni Michelotti made revisions to the design evolving it into the Vitesse and resulting in the slanted 'Chinese Eye' four-headlamp design. In 1966, the original 1596cc engine of the Vitesse was enlarged to 1998cc and, in 1968, the Mk. II Vitesse was introduced. Presented today is a 1969 Triumph Vitesse Mk. II convertible that is in the current ownership for the second time. It is important to recognise a genuine convertible as many saloons had their roofs un-bolted without any further structural bracing, rendering then potentially dangerous. The original convertibles were strengthened and may by identified by the CV towards the end of the chassis number. You may notice that this vehicle's chassis number ends with 'CVO', the 'CV', as mentioned, identifying the car as a factory convertible and the 'O' denoting that this left the factory with an overdrive gearbox, as is currently fitted. Mechanically, the Stromberg carburettors were overhauled in 2014 whilst works to the suspension were carried out about two years ago. The soft-top is in good order with the further benefit of a hardtop also being included. A good history file includes invoices, old MoT test certificates and a workshop manual. A UK V5 registration certificate and a current MoT test certificate valid until August 2017 also reside within the file. Offered without reserve, this Vitesse, with its 'Historic' taxation class, represents an opportunity to acquire one of Triumph's six cylinder sporting saloons that has that Italian design flair.

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1992 Jaguar XJS Coupe

Description: 1992 Jaguar XJS Coupe Transmission: automatic Mileage: 65000 That 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 XJS's superlative 5.3 litre developed some 295bhp in later fuel injected form and when allied to automatic transmission gave authoritative 150mph performance. The car was re-engineered in 1991 with the rear side windows enlarged and a new four litre engine. The rear section benefitted from the new 'facelift' rear lights with the front as before, a series 1½ if you will. This example is described as in good order throughout and comes complete with an MoT test certificate valid until the end of 2017. The alloy wheels have been refurbished and re-shod with the correct tyres and it is reported to drive well. Sadly, the car is only being sold due to loss of storage. Much history and paperwork accompanies J240 NFP including the original wallet, 21 MoT test certificates, a stamped service book and, offered at no reserve, it represents enormous value for money.

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1976 Triumph Stag

Estimate: £14,000 - £18,000

Description: 1976 Triumph Stag Transmission: automatic Mileage: 66989 Launched in 1970, the Triumph Stag was a luxury grand tourer. Envisioned as a luxury sports car, it was designed to compete directly with the Mercedes-Benz SL class models. All Stags were four-seater convertible coupes but, for structural rigidity and to meet new American rollover standards at the time, the Stag required a B-pillar 'roll bar' hoop connected to the windscreen frame by a T-bar. A removable hardtop was a popular factory option for the early Triumph Stags and was later supplied as standard equipment. A new 2.5 litre, V8, designed and developed by Triumph's Harry Webster, was later enlarged to 2997cc. Most Stags were fitted with a Borg Warner automatic gearbox although manual gearboxes with overdrive are available. Electric windows, power steering and power-assisted brakes were fitted as standard. Originally registered on 18th August 1976, this Triumph Stag presents in excellent order having benefitted from significant investment over the years. The bodywork has been taken care of with new front wings fitted and the usual weak points either repaired or replaced. The red paintwork is finished to a very good standard, as is the black interior. Mechanically OYF 654R is excellent with a virtual 'no expense spared' attitude by the previous owners, the history folder is certainly comprehensive with invoices dating back until 1985; the mileage of 66,989 appears to be correct. Described by the vendor as driving with no known faults, this delightful Triumph is supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 21st August 2017; this sound example represents good value given its condition. * Interested parties should note that a full set of professional pictures will follow shortly

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1989 Porsche 944 Lux

Estimate: £10,000 - £15,000

Description: 1989 Porsche 944 Lux Transmission: manual Mileage: 60700 The 944 was to feature new styling based upon the Le Mans-styles-Porsche 924 Carrera GT, along with a brand-new Porsche-designed and developed 2.5 litre, four cylinder engine. Sales of the 168bhp coupe went through the roof with a massive 26,800 Porsche 944s being produced by the end of 1982. To put this figure into context, the entire Porsche company made just 28,000 cars in 1981. The new Porsche owners were attracted by the stunning looks and presence of the model and in 1985, the 'Lux' coupe arrived with a completely new interior design dominated by a smooth, sweeping oval dashboard. This severed all ties with the 924 and completed the move upmarket for the 944. The dash provided improved ergonomics for the instruments with all useful components and buttons placed close at hand. With so many built, they were a familiar sight on UK roads however, it is fair to say that relatively few pristine examples still exist. This, however, represents one such manual example. Presented in Arctic White with tartan cloth 'tombstone' seating to the interior, it is genuinely difficult to find fault with this car. The interior is as unused, it has clearly had 60,700 very careful miles driven and the exterior is superb. Included in the sale is a UK V5C document, comprehensive files, papers and owners books as well as an MoT test certificate valid until March, 2018. An extremely fine Porsche.

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1969 Morris Minor 1000

Description: 1969 Morris Minor 1000 Transmission: manual Mileage: 87798 The Morris Minor debuted at the Earls Court Motor Show on 20th September 1948. Designed under the leadership of Alec Issigonis, over 1.3 million examples were manufactured from 1948-1971 and, indeed the 1,000,000 example was sold by Historics in 2015. Initially available as a two-door saloon and convertible, the range was subsequently expanded to include a four-door saloon in 1950 and wood-framed estate. Other changes included a modified dashboard layout with toggle switches, textured steel instrument binnacle and larger convex glove box covers. A different heater completed the interior upgrade whilst the larger, more modern combined front side/indicator light units, common to many BMC vehicles of the time, were fitted to the front wings. This charming example benefits from a full body restoration over the last eight months with the underside under-sealed and Waxoyled. All new rubber seals were used and the rear brakes and cables have been replaced. Alongside new tyres in each corner, it has been fully serviced and the paintwork has been described by the vendor as immaculate.

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1978 AC Cobra by Pilgrim

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Description: 1978 AC Cobra by Pilgrim Transmission: manual Mileage: 1073 The AC marque is inextricably linked with the timelessly stylish bodies utilised by Carroll Shelby and married with 260ci and 289ci Ford small block engines to produce one of the most desirable and capable sports cars in motoring history. Light and nimble with brutish American power under the hood, the Shelby Cobra was a fearsome weapon both on the track and road. It is little surprise that these muscular lines married to outlandish powertrains were copied and indeed now underline a thriving industry dedicated to the production of the AC Cobra in various guises. Pilgrim began in the late 1960's with the first few cars being constructed in the original owner's home garage in Sussex. Pilgrim slowly grew into the largest manufacturer of replica Cobras and Speedsters in Europe. At its height, Pilgrim was producing ten kits a week as well as building turnkey cars at the factory. First registered in 2004 and presented on an age-related number plate, this virtually unused example has travelled an incredulous 1,073 miles over the last 38 years. The basic build was undertaken by the first owner using a 2.3 litre Ford engine and running gear with Pilgrim completing and undertaking the final 'finish'. The vendor acquired the car in 2011 and has used it little. Described as very good in all respects, it comes complete with racing stripes, a roll hoop as well as a number of receipts and full MoT test certificate valid until October of this year. With a gentle right foot, enormous fun is just around the corner.

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1970  Morris Minor Van (six cwt)

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Description: 1970 Morris Minor Van (six cwt) Transmission: manual Mileage: 45615 Closed van and open flat-bed ('pick-up') versions of the Minor were built from 1953 until the end of production. They were designed for commercial use with small businesses, although many were also used by larger corporations. Van versions were popular with the General Post Office, the early versions of these (to around 1956) having rubber front wings to cope with the sometimes unforgiving busy situations in which they were expected to work. Both the van and the pickup differed from the monocoque construction of the saloon and Traveller variants by having a separate chassis. They also differed in details such as telescopic rear dampers, stiffer rear leaf springs and lower-ratio differentials to cope with heavier loads. The commercials versions were initially marketed as the Morris Quarter Ton Van and Pick-up. The names Morris 6cwt Van and Pickup were used following the introduction of the 1098cc engine in 1962. First registered on 20th April, 1970, this van was used in Fowey, Cornwall for a family-run artist studio from new until 2002 when it was retired from service. What was then the Morris centre in the Southwest purchased it and it was dry stored until last year when a full restoration started. The restoration included a refurbished chassis, new braking system, suspension and tyres. The engine was rebuilt with an unleaded cylinder head, new wiring loom, an alternator conversion as well as a disc brake conversion and a servo fitted making braking more controlled and ultimately more practical and usable. Although showing two owners on the V5, it has only ever been used by the purchaser in Fowey on the road. We are informed the mileage of 45,615 is warranted as genuine. Having been restored sympathetically to look correct and useable to drive, this charming example comes with a fresh MoT test certificate and with period sign writing would make an ideal vehicle for a small business.

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2000 TVR Cerbera Speed Six Coupe (4.0 litre)

Estimate: £11,000 - £14,000

Description: 2000 TVR Cerbera Speed Six Coupe (4.0 litre) Transmission: manual Mileage: 32908 The TVR name is derived from 'Cerberus', the three-headed beast of Greek legend that guarded the entrance of Hades. The car itself was designed from the start as a four-seater; however, the interior is designed so that the passenger seat can slide farther forward than the driver's seat. TVR have referred to this as a '3+1' design. Like all TVRs of the Peter Wheeler era, the Cerbera had a long-travel throttle to compensate for the lack of electronic traction-control and very sharp steering. Prior to the Cerbera, TVR had purchased V8 engines from Rover and then tuned them for their own use. When Rover was purchased by BMW, the chairman of TVR, Peter Wheeler, didn't want to risk problems should the Germans decide to stop manufacturing the engine. In response, he engaged the services of race engineer, Al Melling, to design a V8 engine that TVR could manufacture in-house and even potentially offer for sale to other car manufacturers. Wheeler also undertook the design of a Speed Six engine to complement it. We are delighted to offer this low mileage, four owner, Speed Six Cerbera presented in Tahiti Blue with a contrasting magnolia hide interior. A good history file accompanies the car including servicing records from 2000 to the most recent in October 2016, carried out by the renown, TVR, specialists Taylor TVR, with a recorded mileage at that time of 32,867. During the last service, the starter motor was replaced and the vendor also informs us that the critical valve clearances, so important for the Speed Six engine, that they checked every 12,000 miles, have been inspected by Taylor TVR at 32,599 miles, ahead of due the mileage, therefore, a new owner may feel confident that this important inspection has been attended to. This UK registered Cerbera was first registered on 14th July, 2000 and comes with an MoT test certificate valid until October 2017. Also accompanying this TVR is the leather book pack, alarm code card, two sets of keys, a Sony Radio/CD Bluetooth audio system, invoices and old MoT test certificates. This has been in the current ownership since 2010 and has been enjoyed with UK and Continental trips; it is presented in very good and unmodified order. With a keen estimate, we feel that this attractive TVR offers a great deal, especially in view of current market values.

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2001 Ferrari 458 by DNA

Estimate: £24,000 - £28,000

Description: 2001 Ferrari 458 by DNA Transmission: manual Mileage: 52652 DNA Automotive is a company based in Redditch, Worcestershire in the North East of England specialising in the manufacture of high quality GRP panel kits to change a donor car into a Ferrari supercar lookalike and over the years have built a reputation for suppling high quality products, the latest being a 1960's California Spider based on a BMW Z3. The DN8 used a V6, 2.5 litre Ford Cougar and offers outstanding supercar car looks with meticulous detail at an affordable price. The DN8 was the fourth model in their range and the kit included: all exterior body panels, front bumper, door handles, petrol flap, rear clip combining rear bumper with lefthand and righthand quarters, engine lid (pre bonded inner and outer skins), rear diffuser with two fins, quarter lights (plastic), mirrors, front lights, rear lights (genuine Ferrari), lower rear lights (genuine Ferrari), centre brake light (genuine Ferrari), side repeaters (genuine Ferrari), windscreen, heated rear screen, fake engine, engine bay surround, all grills (mesh), exhaust, exhaust surround, wheels, windscreen wiper mechanism, windscreen wiper blades, rear screen side grilles, mirror glass and wheels arch liners. After all this you end up with a Ferrari 458 Coupe at tenth of the price. This DNA DN8 was built by the factory as a demonstrator in 2012, based on a front engined, 2001 Ford Cougar fitted with a 2.5 litre, V6 engine and manual gearbox, that had only covered 50,000 miles from new with a fully stamped up service book. With this as the donor car, they fitted all the parts listed above and then added the optional extras including; brake kit including all the brackets, fake brake callipers and fake carbon look brake discs, also the complete interior including original Ferrari dashboard vents. This Ferrari 458 recreation has been built to the highest DNA specification, finished in Ferrari red, black roof with tan interior this car is supplied with a V5C registration document, an MoT test certificate which expires in June 2017, the Ford service book and a file of old MoT test certificates which also confirms the mileage. This stunning head turner not only looks like a Ferrari 456 but with the DNA exhaust system sounds amazing too. A very rare opportunity to buy a Ferrari lookalike at the tenth of the cost of the real car. 

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1957 MG Magnette ZB (Race prepared)

Estimate: £12,000 - £16,000

Description: 1957 MG Magnette ZB (Race prepared) Transmission: manual Mileage: 59868 There were two distinct series of the Magnettes; the ZA and ZB of 1953 through to 1958. The ZA was launched in 1953 and was the first monocoque car to bear the MG badge. The Magnette featured modern Italian inspired styling with power derived from the then new four-cylinder 1.5 litre engine delivering 60bhp driving the rear wheels through a four-speed manual gearbox. The ZA was replaced by the Magnette ZB in 1956 with power increased to 64bhp. The extra power increased the top speed to 86mph and reduced the 0-60mph time to 18.5 seconds, sharing an engine to the similar Wolseley 15/50. This MG Magnette was originally supplied by Manor Circus Motors Ltd, in Richmond, Surrey on 2nd October 1957 at a cost of £1,086-10-9d; the original bill of sale is included in the comprehensive history file. In recent years, the car has undergone a huge transformation to prepare it for track racing and hill climbs. Sadly, due to poor health, the car has never been used in anger although it should take very little input from a new owner to enable this. The bodywork was extensively repaired over a seven year period with new sills, floors, doors and wing repair panels. A full roll-cage has been installed with extensions to the front bulkhead and chassis rails as well as inside the sill box sections' making this an extremely strong and rigid bodyshell. The engine is based on a MGB 1800 five main-bearing crankshaft and has been tuned to Stage Six producing around 125bhp. The gearbox is from an MGB and has an overdrive unit. The suspension has heavy duty springs with AVO adjustable shock absorbers; MGB hubs and disc brakes are fitted - a necessity to help slow this now rapid vehicle. A V5C registration document accompanies this MG together with a comprehensive history folder. Interested parties are advised to view the Magnette in person as the quality and list of works carried out is certainly impressive.

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1983 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Roadster

Estimate: £10,000 - £15,000

Description: 1983 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Roadster Transmission: automatic Mileage: The Mercedes-Benz SL has been in production since 1954 with perhaps the most influential model being the W113 Pagoda of 1963. This second generation evolved from the 230 SL to 250 SL, finally becoming the 280 SL. The W113 was replaced by the W107 in 1971 and, as the engines became larger, the bodywork and weight of the cars also increased, as so often happens in mid-life! The SL improved through the years with technical innovation but still managed to keep its fundamental character and identity of an up-market, high-quality sports car. Its reputation went from strength to strength and it was rare to see an episode of Dallas or Dynasty in the 1980's without an SL making a star appearance. The genius soft-top mechanism which folds down out of sight under a panel ahead of the boot lid gave the car a beautifully sleek, uncluttered appearance. Of all the engine offerings the 280 remains the most sought after with the smaller 2.8 litre engine offering plenty of power but with the advantage of less weight and this improved handling. First registered on the 1st August, 1983, this fine example boasts a full service history and was supplied new via Evans Halshaw in Chesham. Supplied with a new hood fitted in 2014 and detachable hard top, the owner informs us the car is mechanically sound and drives well. It has benefitted from being garaged and not used in the wet with new sills and drivers floorpan replaced in 2016. Supplied with a current MoT test certificate with no advisories, valid until April of this year, and further MoT history dating back to 2006 when the car was showing 118,378 miles; some 15,700 miles covered in the last 11 years. Finished in green with a green interior and a contrasting blue hood, this charming 280 is offered with the personal registration number 'TPB 358' included with the car.

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1937 Jowett Pick-up

Description: 1937 Jowett Pick-up Transmission: manual Mileage: Jowett was founded in 1901 by brothers Benjamin and William Jowett with Arthur V. Lamb. They started in the cycle business and went on to make V-twin engines for driving machinery. In 1904, they became the Jowett Motor Manufacturing Company based in Back Burlington Street, Bradford. The production car quickly became popular. That year, 1919, a new works site was bought at Springfield, Bradford Road, Idle, outside Bradford, Thereafter all Jowetts were 7hp until the introduction of the four-cylinder engine in 1936. It developed its maximum torque at low revs and was soon famed for its pulling power, reliability and economy. Commercial vehicles based on the car chassis were also built from 1922 and became an increasingly important part of the company's output. The first four-cylinder car arrived in 1936 with the 1,166cc twin carburettor, Jowett Ten which continued until the outbreak of war alongside the traditional twin-cylinder models which grew to 946cc in 1937. In 1935 the company went public and in 1936 Benjamin Jowett retired. This Jowett presents in good condition having had restoration work carried out on her recently. However some minor issues will require attention as poor prevented finishing. The chassis is solid and the pick-up appears to be in a good condition mechanically, starting 'on the button' although the vendor has not used her in recent times. The cab will need a little time and investment although everything appears to be present. This righthand drive Jowett is rare and with Jowett being a manufacture with a very strong following, we expect this pick-up to create significant interest. Supplied with the original buff logbook, this Jowett is offered without reserve.

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Number plate: VEV 2

Description: Number plate: VEV 2 The first competition outing of a DB4 GT Zagato was during Easter in 1961 at Goodwood. Driven by Stirling Moss, the car finished 3rd behind an Aston Martin DB4GT and the winning Ferrari 250GT. The most famous DB4 GT Zagatos, affectionately known by the registration plates they share, of '1 VEV' and '2 VEV' were both raced in the 1961 24 Hours du Mans. 'VEV 2' was inspired by these famous number plates and is offered today at no reserve.

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1992 Lamborghini Diablo Evocation

Estimate: £10,000 - £14,000

Description: 1992 Lamborghini Diablo Evocation Transmission: automatic Mileage: The Diablo, or 'devil' in Spanish, was built between 1990 and 2001; it was the first Lamborghini capable of attaining a top speed in excess of 200mph. Its power came from a 5.7 litre, 48-valve version of the existing Lamborghini V12 featuring dual overhead cams and computer-controlled multi-point fuel injection, producing a maximum output of 492hp and 428 lb/ft of torque. The vehicle could reach 62mph in about 4.5 seconds, with a top speed of 202mph. It was rear wheel drive and the engine was mid-mounted to aid its weight balance. In 1995, this model had a safety car role in Formula 1, most notably at the Canadian Grand Prix where, fortunately, it did not need to be officially deployed. Using a Pontiac Bonneville as the donor car, this Lamborghini Diablo Evocation is remarkably well built using many original Lamborghini parts including seats, lights and parts of the dashboard. The Pontiac 3.8 litre, V6 engine is coupled with an automatic transmission thus alleviating notoriously heavy clutch. With prices for the Lamborghini Diablo on the rise, mainly because it is seen as the last true Lamborghini, a niche market has been created for those who covet the raging bull's aggressive looks and Italian flair without breaking the bank. Offered for sale with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until November 2017.

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1972 Mercedes-Benz 350 SL Roadster

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Description: 1972 Mercedes-Benz 350 SL Roadster Transmission: automatic Mileage: 103307 The Mercedes-Benz R129 models were produced from 1989 through to 2001 and sold under the SL-Class model names. The R129 replaced the R107 SL-Class in 1989 and was subsequently replaced by the R230 in 2001. The R129 was based on the shortened floorpan of the Mercedes-Benz W124 saloon and featured many innovative details for the time. The R129 came to public attention in 1991 when Diana, Princess of Wales, sold her Jaguar XJS to lease a J-registration, metallic-red 500 SL, becoming the first member of the Royal Family to use a foreign car and sparked a media storm. The fifth generation of the legendary SL series was known as the R230. It featured a fully retractable hardtop that was marketed as the Vario roof - a first for the SL class although it had been available on the smaller SLK model since 1997. This lovely roadster was first registered in January 1972, in rare metallic red with contrasting two tone beige over brown MBTex interior. Offered with what many would consider the best combination for an R107 Mercedes, the 3.5litre engine, this 350 SL is offered with an MoT test certificate until September 2017 and is a perfect summer drop-top. Within the history file, old MoT test certificates and receipts can be found and the bodywork for this example is in very good condition as are the unmarked alloy wheels. Accompanied by the SL's hard top for winter months and having covered relatively few miles, equating to 4,500 miles for every year registered, and with R107 prices escalating this would seem like an attractive price for such a classic Mercedes-Benz.

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1927 Overland Whippet 96 Touring

Estimate: £10,000 - £14,000

Description: 1927 Overland Whippet 96 Touring Transmission: manual Mileage: In 1908, John Willys bought the Overland Automotive Division of Standard Wheel Company and in 1912 renamed it Willys-Overland Motor Company and until 1918, became the second-largest producer in the United States. The Willys Company of America made cars all over the world and, although the main factory was in Toledo, Ohio they were also made at Crossley in Manchester for sale in the UK and in Northern Ireland. The Whippet was basically small and light which enabled it to be used on the railways, as they often were in the 1920's. This original righthand drive model was restored approximately ten years ago to its current colour scheme of white with a black interior and convertible roof. Imported from Australia, period black & white photographs exist in the history file of its time there, as well as its restoration. There are also receipts from the previous owner and an original Operation & Care manual. It is described by the vendor as in good condition throughout. The wooden artillery wheels have clearly been refurbished and a spare rim and tyre can be found to the rear alongside a luggage rack. A practical and handsome pre-war convertible.

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1980 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit

Estimate: £10,000 - £14,000

Description: 1980 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit Transmission: automatic Mileage: 41001 Before David Plastow left his senior position at Rolls-Royce following the take-over of Vickers plc, he had been responsible for a series of models, amongst which was the Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit and was unveiled in October 1980 as a replacement for the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. The coachwork of the Silver Spirit had been designed at the in house styling centre by Fritz Feller and gave the impression of being stretched in comparison with the bodies of the previous generation. Direct comparison, however, showed only small differences. The new models had slightly grown in length and width; height had been cut a little, although the styling was more modern than that of its predecessor. The interior was dominated by the expected combination of fine wood and sumptuous leather. This truly period example has been the sole preserve of one owner since its build date some 36 years ago. Finished in claret with beige hide with a factory black vinyl roof, it has very recently benefitted from recommissioning with over 60 hours labour and £8,700 spent on costs. It has been in secure dry and heated storage for most of its life, hence the incredibly low millage of just 41,001 and the correspondingly superb condition both under the bonnet and throughout the cockpit. The tool kit is unused and a stainless steel exhaust system has been fitted. Factory build sheets are included along with a full wallet with all books and service details from Jack Barclay as well as a brand new MoT test and service. These blue-blood Rolls-Royces are on the rise and good examples are worth investing in.

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1968 Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe by MPW

Estimate: £18,000 - £24,000

Description: 1968 Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe by MPW Transmission: automatic Mileage: 50187 The motor industry's almost wholesale switch to unitary construction and, in particular, Rolls-Royce's adoption of the method for building its new Silver Shadow, meant that by the mid-1960s the market for traditional coachbuilt automobiles had been severely curtailed. Of the many hundreds of firms trading pre-war, just two - James Young and the now combined firm of H J Mulliner, Park Ward Ltd. - were left to meet the demand for a coachbuilt Rolls-Royce or Bentley, though these might be more accurately termed conversions rather than 100% bespoke creations. Recalling its glamorous Grands Routiers of pre-war days, such as the Phantom II Continental, Rolls-Royce's final coachbuilt models - entrusted to the company's in-house coachbuilder H J Mulliner, Park Ward - were limited to just two, a two-door coupe or similar convertible, the former arriving in March 1966. This righthand drive convertible is finished in the most attractive colours of red with a beige leather interior and a matching red hood; this must represent one of the most desirable post-war, coach-built Rolls-Royce's. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate, this will require a little time and investment however she is extremely well estimated to allow any new owner to take this into account. The car is a solid example and shows no real sign of corrosion in the usual spots and we advised by the vendor that she runs well. The ample chrome appears to be in good order as does the leather interior.This Rolls-Royce is eminently useable for any occasion and, being from a very small number of examples made, will be an attractive addition to any collection of high quality motorcars.

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1999 Rover Mini Cooper Sportspack

Estimate: £11,000 - £14,000

Description: 1999 Rover Mini Cooper Sportspack Transmission: manual Mileage: 28752 The Mini was manufactured by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The original is considered a British icon of the 1960's and its space-saving front-wheel drive layout allowing 80% of the car's floorpan to be used for passengers and luggage, influenced a generation of car makers. In 1999, the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century behind the Ford Model T. Initially, Minis were marketed under the Austin and Morris names until Mini became a marque in its own right in 1969. The Mini was again marketed under the Austin name in the 1980's and was offered in a number of limited editions that usually included a special combination of trim and badging. This Mini Cooper was originally registered on 28th July, 1999 and has only covered 28,752 miles from new. However the first owner won a competition for the car to be sent to John Cooper Works in West Sussex for the car to be upgraded to a 90bhp example and included changing the cylinder head which is now stamped and numbered by John Cooper Works. This low mileage example is in exceptional condition and has clearly been lovingly cherished by the previous keeper; the current vendor has recently fitted new brakes, new shock absorbers, new exhaust and four new Yokohama tyres. The British Racing Green paintwork is virtually unmarked as is the cream leather interior. The car is supplied with a V5C registration document, a full years MoT test certificate, the original service books with eight service stamps recorded together with the confirmation of the work carried out by John Cooper Works and an article from MiniWorld magazine featuring T90 BHP. Classic shape, limited edition, Mini's are becoming increasingly desirable, examples such as this, with an interesting history, will attract shrewd investors.

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Starting bid: £8,800 (0 bids)

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1988 Mercedes-Benz 300 CE

Description: 1988 Mercedes-Benz 300 CE Transmission: automatic Mileage: 124570 W124 is the Mercedes-Benz internal chassis designation reference for the 1985 to 1995 version of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Due to the high cost of German engineering and build quality, the model was designed to last many miles with awards won by high mileage versions. Much of the 124's engineering and many of its features were advanced automotive technology at introduction and incorporated innovations that were adopted throughout the industry. It had one of the lowest coefficients of drag of any vehicle at the time due to its aerodynamic body that included plastic moulding for the undercarriage to streamline airflow beneath the car, reducing fuel consumption and wind noise. Presented in Diamond Blue with a tan leather interior and dark walnut trim and steering wheel, this was supplied new by Rawsons TMS Ltd, Mercedes-Benz dealership in Tonbridge, Kent. Two other owners enjoyed the car until July 1992 when it was purchased by Mr. Ferris who then owned the car until 2015, some 23 years! During his tenure, the car was serviced and MoT tested by SS Motors, Surrey specialists with stamps in the book from 1993 to 2006. Prior to this, it was main dealers. Mr. Ferris was an elderly gentleman however and used the car little, still servicing it regularly however. Since its recent purchase in 2015, the vendor has restored it over a full year and it is now described by him as one of the finest C124's currently available. The screens often delaminate on this models and it should be noted that both screens have been replaced by genuine Mercedes-Benz parts. The wheels have been refurbished and carry new Michelin tyres, new mats can be found inside and the overall condition is excellent.

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1985 Mercedes-Benz 500 SL Roadster

Estimate: £12,000 - £16,000

Description: 1985 Mercedes-Benz 500 SL Roadster Transmission: automatic Mileage: 127317 The Mercedes-Benz SL class has been manufactured since 1954. The designation SL derives from the German 'Sport Leicht' or 'Sport Light' and was first applied to the 300SL 'Gullwing,' named after the upward-opening doors. The term SL-Class refers to the marketing variations of the vehicle, including the numerous engine configurations spanning five design generations. The Mercedes-Benz R107 and C107 cars were produced from 1971 through to 1989, being the second longest single series ever produced by Mercedes-Benz after the G-Class. The R107 took the chassis components of the mid-size W114 model and mated them to the larger engines from the S-Class (W116) and has become a benchmark of quality throughout the years. This very good Mercedes-Benz 500 SL Roadster was supplied new in London as a company car and was regularly serviced and maintained by main agents until 1999 when the mileage covered was 112,875 miles. The car has only covered 14,500 miles since which is confirmed by all the old MoT test certificates. Finished in diamond blue with matching factory hardtop and dark blue leather interior this 500 SL Roadster is fitted with the rear seat option which has had seat belts fitted by a previous owner for the safety of his children. The car is supplied with a V5C registration document, an MoT test certificate which expires in February 2018, three keys, hard top stand and a car cover. This Mercedes-Benz, being the more desirable 500SL, is a very reasonably priced icon from the 1980's and is an ideal car for the summer, roof down with blue skies above.

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Starting bid: £9,600 (0 bids)

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1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II

Estimate: £9,000 - £14,000

Description: 1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II Transmission: automatic Mileage: 61000 When the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow was released to the public in October 1965, the development departments were showing the result of work carried out over a period of some ten years. The new models were technically striking in three ways. A monocoque chassis was used; all wheels were sprung independently and four wheel disc brakes now ensured stopping power of the sort that had come to be expected in a modern car. Under the bonnet, the V8 engine that had been introduced in the Silver Cloud series was employed. In February 1977, the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II was introduced. The most notable changes mechanically were to the rack and pinion steering and modifications to the front suspension which improved handling markedly. This Silver Shadow II is finished in Brewster Green with a beautifully refurbished beige leather interior. Importantly, with this outstanding example, is a fully stamped service booklet up to 55,000 miles; it also comes with some further bills substantiating the mileage. First registered on 12th December 1979 and supplied with a number of extras such as four headrests and both external mirrors, this example has clearly been cherished. In recent years, a top of the line LPG fuel conversion was fitted at great expense thus enabling this Shadow to start on petrol and then transfer to LPG which can be purchased for as little as 60p per litre! With a full years MoT test certificate and a clear HPI report, this Rolls-Royce represents enormous quality for modest outlay.

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Starting bid: £7,200 (0 bids)

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1999 Rover Mini 40th Anniversary Edition

Estimate: £11,000 - £14,000

Description: 1999 Rover Mini 40th Anniversary Edition Transmission: manual Mileage: 21130 The Mini was manufactured by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The original is considered a British icon of the 1960's and its space-saving front-wheel drive layout allowing 80% of the car's floorpan to be used for passengers and luggage, influenced a generation of car makers. In 1999, the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century behind the Ford Model T. Initially, Minis were marketed under the Austin and Morris names until Mini became a marque in its own right in 1969. The Mini was again marketed under the Austin name in the 1980's and was offered in a number of limited editions that usually included a special combination of trim and badging. Produced in limited numbers, the Mini 40 is based on the Cooper S and is fitted with a 1275cc fuel injected engine. Chrome bumpers, grille and door handles together with an aluminium engine turned dashboard are all standard equipment. Finished in Mulberry Red with matching leather interior and contrasting seat piping, this delightful Mini 40 has covered only 21,130 miles since new and comes with all of the original equipment including a service book with 18 stamps, every MoT test certificates and invoices that have been carried out on the car and the commemorative case, still in its cardboard box. The condition of this Mini is certainly commensurate with such a low mileage and clearly, this car has been lovingly looked after by the two registered keepers. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 24th August 2017, this 40th Anniversary Mini is exceptional and is sure to attract the attention of shrewd investors.

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Starting bid: £8,800 (0 bids)

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1971 Fiat 500 Abarth (695 SS Recreation)

Estimate: £14,000 - £18,000

Description: 1971 Fiat 500 Abarth (695 SS Recreation) Transmission: manual Mileage: 42347 The Fiat 500 was produced between 1957 and 1975 with limited production of the Fiat 500K estate continuing until 1977. It was designed by Dante Giacosa and, despite its diminutive size, the 500 proved to be an enormously practical and popular vehicle throughout Europe capturing the hearts and minds of the public. Launched as the Nuova (new) 500, it was marketed as a cheap and practical town car. Measuring only three metres long, and originally powered by a tiny 479cc two-cylinder, air-cooled engine, the 500 redefined the term 'small car' and is considered one of the first city cars. This fabulous Fiat is based on a righthand drive 500L and has been extensively re-worked to a specification very close in execution to the Works Abarth Gp.2 race cars. The list of modifications is as follows; rebuilt engine sporting a giant side draught twin-choke Weber carburettor, special head and fast road cams, competition type extractor manifold working in unison with a sports exhaust, large capacity finned alloy sump. Rebuilt brakes, lowered suspension and rare competition wheels give this Fiat a purposeful stance. Cosmetically, RFM 358L is finished in two-tone blue with a chequered roof. The interior has a roll cage, twin bucket seats, race harnesses and a fully instrumented Works-style dashboard. Having remained in the hands of a car collector for a number of years, it is time for this Fiat to find a new owner. Supplied with a registration document, this Abarth recreation is built to a magnificent specification and offers fun and excitement in abundance. Photographs courtesy of Luke Papworth, Hampshire Photography. 

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Starting bid: £11,200 (0 bids)

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1968 Kouger Sports

Estimate: £24,000 - £28,000

Description: 1968 Kouger Sports Transmission: manual Mileage: 35155 Rick Stevens founded Kougar Cars in 1979, although the first (approximately 30) cars were marketed by a company called Storcourt Wells Ltd. He built the prototype in 1976 which incorporated an aluminium body, all the other cars have a fibreglass bodyshell. Rick's inspiration for the Kougar originated in his ownership of a Jaguar S-Type saloon but recognised that it had a scrap value of only £100 to £200. He also realised that a first class sports car could be made by connecting the heavy lumps of the Jaguar together with a simple light weight body and chassis unit. The sports car design was not directly inspired by any particular vehicle but he admitted to having a certain fondness for the Frazer Nash TT replica and the Healey Silverstone. Registered on 19th April 1968 as a Daimler SP250 this Kougar is now fitted with the ultra reliable 4235cc six-cylinder XK unit, mated to a manual gearbox. The vendor - a knowledgeable classic car enthusiast has enjoyed owning WPO464F and is only selling this stylish sports car due to lack of suitable storage space. We are advised she drives well and the engine appeared to have excellent oil pressure during our inspection. Sitting proudly on wire wheels this Kougar is offered for sale with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate, together with a tonneau cover in anticipation of any unpredictable weather. 

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Starting bid: £19,200 (0 bids)

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1985 Mercedes-Benz 230 CE

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Description: 1985 Mercedes-Benz 230 CE Transmission: manual Mileage: 63500 The W123 Series surpassed the W114 model range as the most successful Mercedes-Benz ever. The coupe, featuring a shorter wheelbase than the standard saloon, was introduced in spring 1976. With a 12 month waiting list at launch, Mercedes-Benz enjoyed all the accolades of the world's press who proclaimed its virtues of style, build quality and reliability. Electronic fuel injected engines were introduced in 1980 making the cars faster and more reliable with all cars fitted with power steering from 1982. The build quality at the time set new standards in its class and the W123 compounded the reputation of Mercedes-Benz for engineering advancement and design. The coupes were sleek and elegant with many high profile personalities choosing to own one. In the UK prices were high but this did not prevent the range, in all forms, from being extremely successful. This W123 was originally supplied new by Mercedes-Benz in Sunderland and registered on the 1st January 1985. Presented in gleaming white with contrasting blue trim, this example has been used sparingly, having only covered approximately 27,000 miles by 2000. With 63,500 miles on the clock, the car comes with a comprehensive history file from new including the original stamped service book, data card, three keys, car radio manuals, previous MOT Test Certificates and invoices. In the last three years approximately £8,500 has been spent for maintenance and enhancements at the renowned Mercedes-Benz specialist Roger Edwards Motors. Optional extras from new include electric sunroof, Mercedes-Benz optional Bundt alloy wheels, original Blaupunkt radio cassette player and electric aerial. Offered with an MOT test certificate valid until January 2018, we are informed that even the ashtray and lighter are unused, the driver's seat base is unworn and with only four former keepers, this is a time warp example of an appreciating classic. 

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1994 Mercedes-Benz S 500 'Biggie Smalls Gangster Rapper' by Paul Karslake FRSA

Description: 1994 Mercedes-Benz S 500 'Biggie Smalls Gangster Rapper' by Paul Karslake FRSA Transmission: automatic Mileage: 100000 The Artist: Even before he won his first County Art Prize at the age of eight, Paul Karslake was immersed into the Art World. Paul's father, Mike, was a renowned architectural model maker. From Mike, Paul was taught business ethics, form and perspective - attributes so lacking in many of today's working artists. Paul travelled to the United States in the late 1970s for what he imagined would be a three week holiday; he ended up staying four years! Soon after arriving in America, Paul was working for Los Angeles Art Studios, CBS Television and Disney, with whom, years later, he was to work on the Euro Disney Project. In 1990, the Wiggins Group Plc. commissioned Paul to produce a 650 ft. long artwork hoarding for their South Quay site in London Docklands for which he was awarded The Evening Standard Environmental Award. In the same year, he was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (F.R.S.A.). Under the guidance of Derek Johns, ex-Director of Sotheby's and Old Master dealer in St. James's, Paul decided to further strengthen his ties with the Fine Art market. In 1995, he undertook a commission for some very large still life paintings for the restaurant that became Gordon Ramsay's 'Petrus', in St James's, London. He followed this in 1998 with a solo exhibition at Derek Johns Ltd., in Duke Street, SW1. Paul's depth of talent is further exemplified when viewing his work on other mediums, including design and artwork for the Virgin F1 racing cars and monumental scale commissions on commercial aircraft, coaches and even the Radio 1 roadshow trucks. His paintings of iconic and popular figures, from the likes of The Rolling Stones, Johnny Depp, Sir Michael Caine and Grace Kelly are hanging in the homes of the famous and infamous and form part of many corporate and private collections in the UK and beyond. Paul is passionate about sharing and explaining his skills and takes an active part in supporting children wishing to do work experience, also tutoring at schools and demonstrating at Art Groups. Apart from being a working artist, Paul has always been a life long petrol head and has a collection of vintage Lambrettas. In 2012 he bought a Bentley Mulsanne S and covered it in artwork depicting the British Empire to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee; later selling the car at one of our auctions within Mercedes-Benz World. The Art: Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), better known by his stage names The Notorious B.I.G., Biggie, or Biggie Smalls was an American rapper. He is consistently ranked as one of the greatest and most influential of all time. On March 9, 1997, an unknown assailant killed Wallace in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles. His double-disc album, Life After Death, was released 16 days later, rose to no. 1 on the U.S. album charts and was certified Diamond in 2000; one of the few hip-hop albums to receive this certification. So how did the artwork on this Mercedes-Benz come about? Paul quotes, I was playing a gig with my band and I saw this car looking forlorn in a corner of a car park. My son said that's the sort of car the gangster rappers used in America in the 1990s. The subject matter seemed perfect so I researched the subject and decided that Biggie Smalls and his rival Tupac were ideal. I managed to buy the car and started the work. You are advised to take the time to study this fantastic piece of art closely. There are so many details to marvel at but features include Biggie Smalls depicted on the bonnet with Tupac on the boot lid. The black and white image of Tupac is of almost photographic quality. Dollar Bills embellish both sides whilst the stars and stripes flow over the roof. 18-carat gold leaf and Sterling Silver has been used to decorate various areas and Swarovski Crystals are set into the alloy wheels. The bullet hol

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1969 Morris Mini Traveller 'Woody'

Estimate: £9,000 - £14,000

Description: 1969 Morris Mini Traveller 'Woody' Transmission: automatic Mileage: 68030 The first Morris Mini Traveller was built on 29th March 1960 but not despatched until 27th July 1960 to Welder Ltd. Unlike Morris Mini saloons, which came out of the Cowley plant, all Travellers were built at Longbridge. The first cars were available in the same paint colours as the Mini Saloons of the time. The interior also matched that of the saloon with a white speedometer housed in a single round cowling and two-tone seats. Costing £623, the estates were available only in a De Luxe trim level which included a recirculating heater, bumper overriders, silver insert round the screen and chrome sill edging, filler cap and wheel trims. Two wing mirrors were fitted as standard, since this was a legal requirement at the time for estate cars, but a rear view mirror was an optional extra, as were seatbelts! The rear floor pressing of the early estates resembled that of an extended saloon with the battery being retained in its traditional Mini location in the boot. One of the most interesting things about the very early Traveller and Countryman cars was the internal fuel tank. It was positioned on the lefthand side in the rear of the car and was trimmed to match the boot. These so-called internal tank cars are easily recognisable by the filler cap being just underneath the rear window on the lefthand side of the car. Production of the internal tank cars was so limited that these have become the most sought after of all Mini estates. This 'Woody' has had single family ownership from new and in 2014 was subject to a full body restoration by renowned Mini specialists, Super Mini Ltd. of Weybridge, which included powder coating the sub frames. It is important to note that this example has all its original wood and is one of only 17 automatic examples thought to be left in existence. Offered in splendid deep red with matching interior, this example has recently been on display with a modern Mini dealership in Guildford and is including an MoT test certificate until January 2018. Offered in pristine condition, this rare car 1000cc Traveller is a treat for all Mini enthusiasts.

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1992 BMW 850Ci

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Description: 1992 BMW 850Ci Transmission: automatic Mileage: 100204 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 in very good metallic blue paintwork and a contrasting grey leather interior, this 850ci comes with a host of extras such as air conditioning, ABS and heated seats; it still looks like a modern sporting coupe. Having been cherished throughout its life, which can be ascertained from countless BMW and specialist stamps in the service booklet with the last less than 500 miles ago, this example is in lovely condition. The history file contains receipts, old MoT test certificates including a new MoT test certificate valid until February 2018, BMW handbooks and two keys. A commanding 90's sports car representing great value especially with the prices for modern classic V12's ever increasing.

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1963 Ford Consul Capri

Estimate: £12,000 - £18,000

Description: 1963 Ford Consul Capri Transmission: manual Mileage: 11600 The Capri was a two-door coupe version of the Ford Classic saloon made by Ford of Britain. The Ford Classic was a result of four years of development with approval for the project given in Autumn 1956. The styling of the car was the last project undertaken by Colin Neale before he left Dagenham for Dearborn. The initial design requirement was for the Ford Classic to be a full range model to take Ford into the new decade, Ford even developed a full-size estate prototype. The Capri Project was code named 'Sunbird' and took design elements from the Ford Thunderbird and the Ford Galaxie Sunliner. It was instigated by Sir Horace Denne, Ford's Sales Director, he wanted a 'co-respondent's' car to add glamour to the product line. In its September announcement, the Capri was for export only but went on sale to the domestic British market in January 1962. The bodies were sub-assembled by Pressed Steel Fisher with only final assembly taking place at Dagenham in Essex. It was intended as part of the Ford Classic range of cars but the body was complex and expensive to produce. The Ford Classic was made from 1961 to 1963, and replaced by the Cortina-derived Ford Corsair. Originally registered on 1st January, 1963, this Ford Capri presents in excellent order throughout. The white coachwork is unmarked showing no sign of corrosion and the red interior is superb, the vendor has had the front seats trimmed in leather for additional comfort. The 1499cc engine started 'on the button' and ran very well, the pre-cross flow design of these Ford units is supremely simple yet efficient and reliable. A remote gear lever has been fitted improving the ergonomics and we are advised this Capri drives with no known faults. The underside of 3706 UP is remarkable and, taking into account this car is 53 years old, she has obviously been well cared for throughout. The design of these stylish Fords is a cross pollination between British and American influence, the four round headlamps, pillarless coupe and rear fins, together with an enormous boot all contribute to making this a design classic. Supplied with a history folder, a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 29th October 2017, this Capri is exceedingly rare. An example such as this will therefore represent a prudent opportunity given today's active market for classic Fords.

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1979 Mercedes-Benz 350 SL Roadster

Estimate: £16,000 - £20,000

Description: 1979 Mercedes-Benz 350 SL Roadster Transmission: automatic Mileage: 88180 The Mercedes R107 was launched in 1971 and production continued through to 1989 - a hefty 18 years; the longest single series ever produced by the firm besides the G-Class utility vehicle. The R107 replaced the W113 Pagoda SL in 1972 and was replaced by the R29 SL in 1989. Some 237,000 R107 SL's were built and about two thirds were sold in the US. The car was essentially a two-seater sports car although a small seating arrangement was available behind the front seats. Mercedes-Benz offered a number of engine choices over the years, the first cars in 1971 being fitted with the 350 engine, a V8 3.5-litre unit. By 1973 a larger 4.5-litre, V8 was available, constructed primarily for the US market. The SL Roadster has since become the epitome of how a luxury roadster should look and is as popular today as when first launched. This righthand drive 1979 Mercedes-Benz 350 SL Roadster was supplied new in Jersey, Channel Islands, after having just two owners there the car was purchased and imported by the third owner to the UK in 2013. This very clean, rust free 350 SL has been looked after by Le Riche car company in Jersey and it was recently serviced by marque specialists, Steve Redfearn, in Wimbledon. Finished in red with matching factory hard top, black soft top and tan interior, this Mercedes-Benz is supplied with a V5C registration document, an MoT test certificate which expires in June 2017 and the original Jersey registration document. It is a splendid example and a perfect car for someone looking for a roadster to drive and enjoy.

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Starting bid: £12,800 (0 bids)

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1988 Ferrari Mondial QV GTB (3.2 litre)

Estimate: £28,000 - £34,000

Description: 1988 Ferrari Mondial QV GTB (3.2 litre) Transmission: manual Mileage: 59313 With a name reminiscent of the 500 Mondial race cars from the 1950s, the Ferrari Mondial was a replacement model for the Ferrari 308 GT4. The Mondial was the first Ferrari where the entire engine/gearbox/rear suspension assembly was mounted on a detachable steel subframe, making engine removal for a major rebuild or cylinder head removal much easier than it was on previous models. The steel coachwork was taken care of by Carrozzeria Scaglietti and built over a lightweight steel box section space frame. The Mondial 8 is considered one of the marque's most 'practical' vehicles, due to its 214hp, proven drivetrain, four seats and relatively low cost of maintenance; major services can be performed without removing the entire engine/transmission subframe. Originally registered on 5th January 1988, this Ferrari Mondial is owned by a knowledgeable classic car enthusiast. We are advised E549FRO drives well and is supplied with the original service books, together with a comprehensive history folder. The all important cambelt was changed some four months ago and the car has been used very little since. Finished in the highly desirable and traditional colour combination of Rossa corsa with crema interior and fitted with a sunroof, this righthand drive Ferrari comes with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 28th September 2017; the Mondial range have increased in value of late as the market realises what an underrated car this is.

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1990 Porsche 944 S2 Convertible

Description: 1990 Porsche 944 S2 Convertible Transmission: manual Mileage: 108500 The Porsche 944 was built from 1982 to 1991 on the same platform as the 924. The 944 was intended to last into the 1990s but major revisions planned for a 944 S3 model were eventually rolled into the 968 instead which replaced the 944. The 944 was a successful model and available as both a coupe and cabriolet in naturally aspirated and turbocharged forms. In mid-1985, the Porsche 944 underwent significant changes. These included a new dashboard together with new door panels, embedded radio antenna as well as some mechanical changes. Also included was a larger fuel tank, optional heated and powered seats, Porsche Hi-Fi sound system and revisions in the mounting of the transaxle to reduce noise and vibration. Presented in Brilliant White with a black leather interior and a black electric hood, this lovely S2 boasts an extensive history file with many maintenance invoices; works include a new clutch, water pump, belt and tensioner all completed within the last 2,000 miles. First registered in March 1990, the owner informs us that the electric pop up headlamps, central locking and electric hood are all in good working order and comes with its original tool kit and hood cover with accompanying bag. Offered in good order and with an MoT test certificate valid until February 2018, this is an opportunity to own one of the very few Porsches from the 1980's/1990's era that has yet to become unaffordable for most.

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1964 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

Estimate: £25,000 - £30,000

Description: 1964 Chevrolet Impala Convertible Transmission: automatic Mileage: 50000 Finished in black with a black interior, this beautiful Impala is not only a great cruiser but also offers substantial power; it has been completely reworked and restored including four wheel power disk-brakes, power steering and a set of chrome American Racing, Torque thrust alloy wheels. This example wants for nothing even offering ice-cold air-conditioning and a brand new electric hood, part of a rare combination of factory extras. The interior is period correct and has not been modified; this is the type of classic car you can drive every day. We are told it will win car shows by some of its previous owners. The body lines are straight and the paint is to an extremely high standard with no swirls or pitting. The chrome is in excellent shape throughout and the lamp bezels look new along with the front and rear trim pieces. This Impala is offered with the signature triple tail lights with no wear or cracking to be seen and it has the correct side trim. The interior is described as extremely good and, we are informed, everything works well including the new power hood operating as it should. This example even has a nice retro stereo and speaker box hidden neatly in the boot; it uses the original rear centre section as the sound exit point. Powered by a 350ci factory ZZ4 crate engine mated to a 700r4 gearbox with overdrive, you could drive this car to California the way it is with 330+ bhp and 400 ft./pds of torque helping this beautiful American cruiser reach motorway speeds quickly. The power steering makes driving this Impala effortless and the four wheel power disk brakes allow you to confidently deal with all modern traffic conditions. With new front and rear bushes and shock absorbers, this Chevrolet is better than when it rolled off the factory line in 1964. This is one of the coolest convertibles money can buy with a luxury options list and even a built-in bluetooth system to make phone calls in safety and comfort; we challenge you to find an Impala in better conditions.

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Starting bid: £20,000 (0 bids)

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1974 Citroën DS23efi Pallas

Estimate: £22,000 - £26,000

Description: 1974 Citroën DS23efi Pallas Mileage: 67000 After 18 years of secret development, the DS19 was introduced on 5th October 1955 at the Paris Motor Show. In the first 15 minutes of the show, 743 orders were taken and orders for the first day totalled 12,000 cars. To a France still deep in reconstruction after the devastation of World War II, the DS was a symbol of French ingenuity. It was the first mass-production car with front power disc brakes. It also featured hydro pneumatic suspension including an automatic self-levelling system, variable ground clearance, power-steering, a semi-automatic transmission and a fibreglass roof which reduced weight. It also sported inboard front brakes as well as independent suspension. Despite the rather leisurely acceleration afforded by its four-cylinder engine, the DS was successful in motorsports like rallying, where sustained speeds on poor surfaces are paramount. It won the Monte Carlo Rally in 1959 and, controversially in 1966, after the disqualification of the BMC Mini-Cooper team. The Citroën DS placed fifth on Automobile Magazine's '100 Coolest Cars' listing in 2005. It was also named the most beautiful car of all time by Classic & Sports Car magazine after a poll of 20 world-renowned car designers. In 1965, a luxury upgrade to the DS, the Pallas, named after the Greek goddess, was introduced. This included comfort features such as better noise insulation, a more luxurious and optional leather upholstery and external trim embellishments. Having undergone a restoration in 2012, with a recent service totalling £4,000 in 2016, this is a genuine top-of-the-range Pallas. Fitted with fuel injection and semi-automatic gearbox, this car has been described as one of the best in the UK by Attaboy TV with a written testimonial supplied in the file and will shortly appear on 'Find me a Classic' TV show. This Pallas is supplied with original keys, dealer fob, brochure, handbook and tools as well as a UK V5 document and an MoT test certificate valid until January 2018. The most powerful and fastest DS model, this fine example should definitely be on the list for any collector.

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1954 Austin-Healey 100/4 BN1

Estimate: £34,000 - £40,000

Description: 1954 Austin-Healey 100/4 BN1 Transmission: manual Mileage: 91631 The Austin-Healey 100 was built between 1953 and 1956 by BMC (British Motor Corporation). It was developed by Donald Healey to be produced in-house by Healey's small car company in Warwick and based on the Austin A90 Atlantic mechanics. Healey built a single 'Healey Hundred' for the 1952 London Motor Show and the design impressed Leonard Lord, Managing Director of Austin, so much that a deal was struck with Healey to build it in quantity at Austin's Longbridge factory. The car was renamed the Austin-Healey 100. The '100' name comes from Donald Healey, who selected the name from the car's ability to reach 100mph, as opposed to the Austin-Healey 3000, which is named for its 3000cc engine. The first 100's (series BN1) were equipped with the same 90bhp engines and manual transmission as the stock A90, but the transmission was modified to be a three-speed unit with overdrive on second and top. The 2660cc engine featured an undersquare 87.3mm bore and 111.1mm stroke. Girling 11 drum brakes are fitted all round. Front suspension is independent using coil springs and at the rear is a rigid axle with semi elliptic leaf spring while the steering is by a cam and lever system. A BN1 tested by The Motor magazine in 1953 had a top speed of 106mph and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 11.2 seconds. These were built from May 1953, and replaced by the BN2 model in mid-1955. This matching numbers, original righthand drive, 1954 Austin Healey 100/4 was supplied new to Australia and used there for a short time before been taken to New Zealand. In New Zealand, this BN1 was the subject to a complete cosmetic restoration some time ago. Imported to the UK in 2016 the car was sent to Healey specialist Rawles Classic Cars in Hampshire where £10,000 was spent on the mechanics and replacing the sills to bring this car back to its restored state. It is reported that the car drives superbly and is ready to be used and enjoyed. Finished in red with black interior this Austin Healey 100/4 is supplied with a V5C registration document, a heritage certificate, copies of the invoices from Rawles and a full set of weather equipment. These early BN1's are eligible for a host of classic events including the Mille Miglia. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a very good 100/4 BN1 which would be ideal for local or international classic car events. 

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Starting bid: £27,200 (0 bids)

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1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster

Estimate: £90,000 - £110,000

Description: 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster Transmission: manual Mileage: 85000 Introduced in 3.8 litre form in 1961, the Jaguar E-Type caused a sensation when it appeared with instantly classic lines and 150mph top speed. While, inevitably, the car's stupendous straight-line performance and gorgeous looks grabbed the headlines, there was a lot more to the E-Type beneath the skin. The newcomer's design owed much to that of the racing D-Type and, indeed, the E-Type would be one of the last great sports cars developed directly from a successful competition ancestor. Just as in the D-Type, a monocoque tub formed the main body/chassis structure while a tubular space frame extended forwards to support the engine. The latter was the same 3.8-litre, triple-carburettor, 'S' unit first offered as an option on the preceding XK150. With a claimed 265 horsepower on tap, the E-Type's performance did not disappoint. Firstly, because it weighed around 500lb less than the XK150 and secondly, because aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer used experience gained with the D-Type to create one of the most elegant and efficient shapes ever to grace a motor car. First registered in the second year of E-Type production on the 16th November 1962, this early chassis, #850548, was originally delivered to Mr. J Pitt-Becker of London through Henlys Ltd. and is one of only 942 righthand drive 3.8 litre roadsters. The Heritage Certificate that accompanies the car shows it was manufactured on 8th June, 1962 and dispatched on the 21st June and registered JPB 23. The old style logbook shows that the registration number JPB 23 was removed from the car on the 7th December, 1973 when we assume the car changed hands and has had two owners since with the current registered keeper taking ownership on the 30th January, 2009. Put into storage a number of years ago in the West Country; it runs and drives but we would recommend having a precautionary check over before the car is used in earnest. Finished in its original colour scheme of Carmen Red with a red interior, this matching numbers example remains in an unrestored, original condition, showing a wonderful patina throughout and would make an ideal restoration project or indeed, to be a little different, left as it is. Supplied with the aforementioned Heritage Certificate, old style log book, old MoT test certificates and a V5C; it is now rare to find an early example of Jaguar's iconic E-Type in such condition.

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Starting bid: £72,000 (0 bids)

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1954 Triumph TR2

Estimate: £24,000 - £28,000

Description: 1954 Triumph TR2 Transmission: manual Mileage: 43016 The first production road Triumph TR2 left the Triumph works at Canley in August 1953; thereafter production was very slow for several months. Just 250 cars were built prior to 1954 of which only 50 stayed within the UK. At the start of 1954, production increased and TR2s began to dominate the home market. This was due to Triumph's determination that a reasonable proportion would stay in the UK, whereas MG, Morgan and Jaguar were mainly exporting. The early TR2s were sought-after mainly because of their performance, low running costs, availability and low price. Such was the success of the TR2 that in 1954 one entered the famous Mille Miglia event where it came 28th out of 450 starters and in the Le Mans 24 Hours of that year another TR2 came 5th in class. Both results emphasised the strength and performance of the cars. Today we are proud to offer an excellent, 'long door', example of the marque. It is presented with British Racing Green coachwork, complemented by tan trim, sits on wire wheels and is supplied with a set of spare steel rims. First registered on 7th October 1954, it was kept by the same owner until his death in 1995. Between 1995 and 2012, the car benefitted from a full refurbishment and has been stored in a heated garage since.' Long door' TR2s are lighter than their later siblings resulting in the cars being very spritely and this car is no exception with overdrive on 4th gear; high speed cruising is comfortable. The steering has been improved by the fitment of a steering rack in place of the heavy steering box. This conversion was carried out by the UK's leading Triumph specialist, 'Manvers Triumph'. In addition, a set of 'Quick Fit' seat belts with period chrome buckles have been added. A full set of weather equipment includes the hood, tonneau cover and a new set of side screens. An air scoop for the carburetors adorns the bonnet and appears not to be a homemade item; this bonnet is believed to be a period product from the tuning specialist of the time, Derrington. In fact, a picture of PLB 963 with this scoop may be seen within Bill Piggott's book, 'Triumph By Name, Triumph By Nature' on page 88, whereby it is racing another TR2 with a similar bonnet scoop at Snetterton and believed to be in the late 1950s. An extensive history file, including a photographic record and receipts of the restoration and a British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate verifies this TR2 as a genuine UK righthand drive example. The condition of this 'long door' TR2 is exemplary and we believe it to be one of the finest in existence; an opportunity indeed for the TR aficionado or prospective Mille Miglia entrant.

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Starting bid: £19,200 (0 bids)

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1985 Porsche 944 Lux

Estimate: £22,000 - £26,000

Description: 1985 Porsche 944 Lux Transmission: manual Mileage: 25373 The Porsche 944 was built from 1982 to 1991 and was built on the same platform as the 924. It was intended to last into the 1990's but major revisions planned for a 944 S3 model were eventually rolled into the 968 instead which replaced the 944. The 944 was a successful model and was available as both a coupe and cabriolet in naturally aspirated and turbocharged forms. In mid-1985, the Porsche 944 underwent significant changes. The new Porsche owners were attracted by the stunning looks and presence of the model and in 1985, the 'Lux' coupe arrived with a completely new interior design dominated by a smooth, sweeping oval dashboard. This severed all ties with the 924 and completed the move upmarket for the 944. This one owner Porsche is in exceptional conditional and is certainly in a condition commensurate with such a low mileage. The vendor has had the car maintained meticulously, when he decided to sell the car he immediately put the car in for a service with GT One Ltd in Chertsey, a new water pump was fitted along with a new cambelt the total invoice was £2,032.81. Throughout the 32 years this car has been on the road, she has always been very well maintained and as such, presents in superb condition throughout. The paintwork is unmarked and the interior is virtually as new, the vendor stated he is not sure that the rear seat has ever been sat in. Supplied with a V5C registration document, a current MoT test certificate valid until 5th July 2017 and a history folder; C350CBW is one of the finest 944's we have seen for a long time.

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1967 Triumph Mistral

Estimate: £10,000 - £15,000

Description: 1967 Triumph Mistral Transmission: manual Mileage: 34530 Microplas Ltd. was founded in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire in the early 1950's by a group of 750 Motor Club enthusiasts who got together to design and produce an all-enveloping glass fibre body shell for the Austin Seven chassis. Its first design, the Stiletto, was followed in 1955 by the Mistral. Intended for the contemporary Ford Ten chassis with a 7' 6'' wheelbase, the original round-tail Mistral looked rather like a scaled down Jaguar D-Type. Cresting the wave of the 1950's kit car boom, Microplas rapidly expanded, relocating to Mitcham, Surrey and supplying Mistral body shells, its most successful product, to a number of independent producers including Buckler, Fairthorpe and TVR. This one-of-a-kind Triumph Mistral, built on a chassis of a Triumph TR3, the front end of an Austin A60 and engine and gearbox from Triumph TR4, was built in the late 1960's by electrical engineer, Anthony Snapper. It features an overdrive for high speed cruising and the later Kamm tail Mistral bodyshell. With the running gear based on a Triumph, parts and availability are accessible and affordable making this Mistral an attractive proposition to keep on the road. The car sits on wire wheels and has a tonneau cover to keep the elements at bay while the driver and co-driver are supported by bucket seats. The dash features a passenger map reading light and transmission tunnel-mounted start button. Following Mr. Snapper's retirement, the car was advertised for sale and featured in Classic & Sports Car magazine in July 2001 with the previous owner being a motor racing enthusiast describing the car as fun to drive. The car boasts a charming patina that only time and use can achieve and it would be a shame to renovate the paint work. Ideal for various sprints, hill-climbs and rallies, this unique motor car would be a great first step into historic motorsport.

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