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Auction Description for Vickers & Hoad: Bowral Saleroom - Antiques, Collectables & Classic cars

Bowral Saleroom - Antiques, Collectables & Classic cars (510 Lots)

by Vickers & Hoad


510 lots | 509 with images

October 30, 2016

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Bowral, Australia

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1937 Chevrolet 4 door sedan trunkless (GM style 37-1209) right hand drive, Production number 2,755 (LHD & RHD) from a total production of 825,220 in 1937. Straight 6 OHV 216 cubic inch 85 BHP at 3200 RPM. Manufacturing Plant GM Oshawa Canada Engine serial no R111650 (R right hand drive model) Body Serial No 56604 Paint Toronto Blue (GM paint No 217) First Registed September 1st 1937 at Nelson New Zealand Plate No CQ 367 Number of owners 2 (its owner from 1st 9th 1937 to 29th 6th 1977. 2nd owner to today. Odometer reading 00278 (post 85 rebuild) Also available post sale a host of 1937 Assemblies and Replacement parts. List available on request of the office. Comes with full 12 months rego. New Plates GM 37. This car has been a 30 year project in the making, a full ground up restoration with no expense spared.

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Description: 1937 Chevrolet 4 door sedan trunkless (GM style 37-1209) right hand drive, Production number 2,755 (LHD & RHD) from a total production of 825,220 in 1937. Straight 6 OHV 216 cubic inch 85 BHP at 3200 RPM. Manufacturing Plant GM Oshawa Canada Engine serial no R111650 (R right hand drive model) Body Serial No 56604 Paint Toronto Blue (GM paint No 217) First Registed September 1st 1937 at Nelson New Zealand Plate No CQ 367 Number of owners 2 (its owner from 1st 9th 1937 to 29th 6th 1977. 2nd owner to today. Odometer reading 00278 (post 85 rebuild) Also available post sale a host of 1937 Assemblies and Replacement parts. List available on request of the office. Comes with full 12 months rego. New Plates GM 37. This car has been a 30 year project in the making, a full ground up restoration with no expense spared.

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1981 Morgan Plus 8 Chassis – Engine – Body R8947 - .Now more than a century old, the Morgan Motor Company was formed by H.F.S. Morgan in 1909 with the construction of the first Morgan motor car. Hand built on the simple tubular chassis with a Peugeot 7hp vee-twin engine, the power-to-weight of the Morgan Runabout three-wheeler proved to be exceptional. Attributes of the marque that continues through to the present day. Morgan released its first four-wheel vehicle in 1936 while continuing with three-wheel production until before the Second World War. Following hostilities Morgan used Standard mechanicals including the Triumph TR four-cylinder engine through to the release of the Plus 8 in 1966. Using the Rover 3.5 litre all-alloy V8 engine, the Morgan Plus 8 proved to be highly popular with waiting lists for new cars quickly extending from months to years. The last Morgan Plus 8 was produced in 2004 and was followed by the traditional roadster style bodywork, but fitted with Ford Duratec engines. BMW V8 powered cars followed. The Morgan Motor Company with its 160 employees currently produces in excess of 1,300 cars a year at Malvern, Worcestershire in the traditional handmade fashion. The sports car styling has altered very little over the decades and each example is unmistakeably a Morgan. Today the waiting list for a new Morgan is approximately six months.  This 1981 Morgan Plus 8 is finished in Royal Ivory with Connaught Green guards and is fitted with the alloy Rover V8 in its 3.8 litre guise driving through a Rover five-speed gearbox. It is believed to have been sold new in Japan to a member of the Australian Diplomatic Corps and after 13 years it was shipped to Australia.  During 2006 and 2007 the car received a body off rebuild that included a paint refinish, new upholstery and wet weather gear. The mechanicals were also attended to and it was fitted with adjustable shock absorbers all round.  Despite being extensively used and enjoyed by its owner, including a trip around Australia, the car is also a concourse winner and has been voted the prettiest Morgan Plus 8 in Australia by other marque owners.  This car offers traditional Morgan ownership along with effortless touring. Certainly a car to be used and enjoyed.
Lot 2: 1981 Morgan Plus 8 Chassis – Engine – Body R8947 - .Now more than a century old, the Morgan Motor Company was formed by H.F.S. Morgan in 1909 with the construction of the first Morgan motor car. Hand built on the simple tubular chassis with a Peugeot 7hp vee-twin engine, the power-to-weight of the Morgan Runabout three-wheeler proved to be exceptional. Attributes of the marque that continues through to the present day. Morgan released its first four-wheel vehicle in 1936 while continuing with three-wheel production until before the Second World War. Following hostilities Morgan used Standard mechanicals including the Triumph TR four-cylinder engine through to the release of the Plus 8 in 1966. Using the Rover 3.5 litre all-alloy V8 engine, the Morgan Plus 8 proved to be highly popular with waiting lists for new cars quickly extending from months to years. The last Morgan Plus 8 was produced in 2004 and was followed by the traditional roadster style bodywork, but fitted with Ford Duratec engines. BMW V8 powered cars followed. The Morgan Motor Company with its 160 employees currently produces in excess of 1,300 cars a year at Malvern, Worcestershire in the traditional handmade fashion. The sports car styling has altered very little over the decades and each example is unmistakeably a Morgan. Today the waiting list for a new Morgan is approximately six months. This 1981 Morgan Plus 8 is finished in Royal Ivory with Connaught Green guards and is fitted with the alloy Rover V8 in its 3.8 litre guise driving through a Rover five-speed gearbox. It is believed to have been sold new in Japan to a member of the Australian Diplomatic Corps and after 13 years it was shipped to Australia. During 2006 and 2007 the car received a body off rebuild that included a paint refinish, new upholstery and wet weather gear. The mechanicals were also attended to and it was fitted with adjustable shock absorbers all round. Despite being extensively used and enjoyed by its owner, including a trip around Australia, the car is also a concourse winner and has been voted the prettiest Morgan Plus 8 in Australia by other marque owners. This car offers traditional Morgan ownership along with effortless touring. Certainly a car to be used and enjoyed.

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Description: 1981 Morgan Plus 8 Chassis – Engine – Body R8947 - .Now more than a century old, the Morgan Motor Company was formed by H.F.S. Morgan in 1909 with the construction of the first Morgan motor car. Hand built on the simple tubular chassis with a Peugeot 7hp vee-twin engine, the power-to-weight of the Morgan Runabout three-wheeler proved to be exceptional. Attributes of the marque that continues through to the present day. Morgan released its first four-wheel vehicle in 1936 while continuing with three-wheel production until before the Second World War. Following hostilities Morgan used Standard mechanicals including the Triumph TR four-cylinder engine through to the release of the Plus 8 in 1966. Using the Rover 3.5 litre all-alloy V8 engine, the Morgan Plus 8 proved to be highly popular with waiting lists for new cars quickly extending from months to years. The last Morgan Plus 8 was produced in 2004 and was followed by the traditional roadster style bodywork, but fitted with Ford Duratec engines. BMW V8 powered cars followed. The Morgan Motor Company with its 160 employees currently produces in excess of 1,300 cars a year at Malvern, Worcestershire in the traditional handmade fashion. The sports car styling has altered very little over the decades and each example is unmistakeably a Morgan. Today the waiting list for a new Morgan is approximately six months. This 1981 Morgan Plus 8 is finished in Royal Ivory with Connaught Green guards and is fitted with the alloy Rover V8 in its 3.8 litre guise driving through a Rover five-speed gearbox. It is believed to have been sold new in Japan to a member of the Australian Diplomatic Corps and after 13 years it was shipped to Australia. During 2006 and 2007 the car received a body off rebuild that included a paint refinish, new upholstery and wet weather gear. The mechanicals were also attended to and it was fitted with adjustable shock absorbers all round. Despite being extensively used and enjoyed by its owner, including a trip around Australia, the car is also a concourse winner and has been voted the prettiest Morgan Plus 8 in Australia by other marque owners. This car offers traditional Morgan ownership along with effortless touring. Certainly a car to be used and enjoyed.

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1954 Austin-Healey 100 BN1  Chassis – BN½19267 Engine – 1B/219267  Body - 1965/5191 Launched to great acclaim at the 1952 Earls Court Motor Show in London, the Healey 100 literally overnight became the Austin-Healey 100 following a handshake deal between Donald Healey and Leonard Lord of the British Motor Corporation. Production started at Austin’s Longbridge factory in May 1953 and carried through until August 1955 when the 100 BN2 was released. In total 10,010 Austin-Healey 100 BN1s were built, of which just over 1,000 were imported into Australia. While precise figures are not known, it is thought that there are less than half that left in the country which includes a number of more recent imports from the US.  The Austin-Healey 100 BN1 was powered by Austin’s 2,660cc four-cylinder engine that developed 90bhp and 144lb/ft. of torque. Fitted with twin SU carburettors and driving through a three-speed gearbox and electrically operated overdrive, the car in standard form had a top speed of 106mph.Following the end of Austin-Healey 100 production in 1956, the six-cylinder 100/6 was released after which the Austin-Healey 3000 in its various guises was produced until late 1967. This 1954 Austin-Healey 100 BN1 was sold new in Melbourne during December of that year. The Austin-Healey proved to be popular for racing and the middle 1950s saw this car being raced at Albert Park, Phillip Island and Fisherman’s Bend as well as many Victorian hill climb venues. In late 1961 it was purchased by a gentleman from southern New South Wales and during his ownership it received little use until it was sold again in 2012. Since then it has received a bare metal respray along with the rebuilding of many components such as the engine, gearbox, suspension and brakes. Since the early 1990s the prices of Austin-Healeys has remained buoyant and of late have escalated significantly. The early cars with their cleaner, more aesthetic styling have proved to be highly popular. To drive an Austin-Healey, while taking you back to a different era is an experience as their performance is exciting to say the least compared with the climate controlled cars of today. Just perfect for that Sunday morning coffee run
Lot 3: 1954 Austin-Healey 100 BN1 Chassis – BN½19267 Engine – 1B/219267 Body - 1965/5191 Launched to great acclaim at the 1952 Earls Court Motor Show in London, the Healey 100 literally overnight became the Austin-Healey 100 following a handshake deal between Donald Healey and Leonard Lord of the British Motor Corporation. Production started at Austin’s Longbridge factory in May 1953 and carried through until August 1955 when the 100 BN2 was released. In total 10,010 Austin-Healey 100 BN1s were built, of which just over 1,000 were imported into Australia. While precise figures are not known, it is thought that there are less than half that left in the country which includes a number of more recent imports from the US. The Austin-Healey 100 BN1 was powered by Austin’s 2,660cc four-cylinder engine that developed 90bhp and 144lb/ft. of torque. Fitted with twin SU carburettors and driving through a three-speed gearbox and electrically operated overdrive, the car in standard form had a top speed of 106mph.Following the end of Austin-Healey 100 production in 1956, the six-cylinder 100/6 was released after which the Austin-Healey 3000 in its various guises was produced until late 1967. This 1954 Austin-Healey 100 BN1 was sold new in Melbourne during December of that year. The Austin-Healey proved to be popular for racing and the middle 1950s saw this car being raced at Albert Park, Phillip Island and Fisherman’s Bend as well as many Victorian hill climb venues. In late 1961 it was purchased by a gentleman from southern New South Wales and during his ownership it received little use until it was sold again in 2012. Since then it has received a bare metal respray along with the rebuilding of many components such as the engine, gearbox, suspension and brakes. Since the early 1990s the prices of Austin-Healeys has remained buoyant and of late have escalated significantly. The early cars with their cleaner, more aesthetic styling have proved to be highly popular. To drive an Austin-Healey, while taking you back to a different era is an experience as their performance is exciting to say the least compared with the climate controlled cars of today. Just perfect for that Sunday morning coffee run

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Description: 1954 Austin-Healey 100 BN1 Chassis – BN½19267 Engine – 1B/219267 Body - 1965/5191 Launched to great acclaim at the 1952 Earls Court Motor Show in London, the Healey 100 literally overnight became the Austin-Healey 100 following a handshake deal between Donald Healey and Leonard Lord of the British Motor Corporation. Production started at Austin’s Longbridge factory in May 1953 and carried through until August 1955 when the 100 BN2 was released. In total 10,010 Austin-Healey 100 BN1s were built, of which just over 1,000 were imported into Australia. While precise figures are not known, it is thought that there are less than half that left in the country which includes a number of more recent imports from the US. The Austin-Healey 100 BN1 was powered by Austin’s 2,660cc four-cylinder engine that developed 90bhp and 144lb/ft. of torque. Fitted with twin SU carburettors and driving through a three-speed gearbox and electrically operated overdrive, the car in standard form had a top speed of 106mph.Following the end of Austin-Healey 100 production in 1956, the six-cylinder 100/6 was released after which the Austin-Healey 3000 in its various guises was produced until late 1967. This 1954 Austin-Healey 100 BN1 was sold new in Melbourne during December of that year. The Austin-Healey proved to be popular for racing and the middle 1950s saw this car being raced at Albert Park, Phillip Island and Fisherman’s Bend as well as many Victorian hill climb venues. In late 1961 it was purchased by a gentleman from southern New South Wales and during his ownership it received little use until it was sold again in 2012. Since then it has received a bare metal respray along with the rebuilding of many components such as the engine, gearbox, suspension and brakes. Since the early 1990s the prices of Austin-Healeys has remained buoyant and of late have escalated significantly. The early cars with their cleaner, more aesthetic styling have proved to be highly popular. To drive an Austin-Healey, while taking you back to a different era is an experience as their performance is exciting to say the least compared with the climate controlled cars of today. Just perfect for that Sunday morning coffee run

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1951 MG TD Chassis – TD 11753 Engine – XPAG/TD2/12235  When the world thinks of sports cars, it thinks of MG.Formed in 1923 as Morris Garages, MG was initially a sideline business to market re-bodied Morris cars to a slightly more sporting clientele. By the late 1920s a distinct MG was released that was equipped with what was to be seen as the traditional MG vertical grille. This was followed by the smaller MG Midget, a title that stayed with the marque through to the 1980s. While the MG may be associated with open top sports cars, the company was also responsible for many sporting saloons that proved highly popular to those who wanted a sports car, but needed the practicalities of a closed car. Not long prior to World War Two, MG launched the first of its T-Series Midgets. Both the TA and TB proved to be popular, but with the war, MG turned its attention to assisting the British war effort.  After the War, MG released its venerable TC, a model that’s seen by many as the archetypal MG. Despite this, the TC did have its limitations, including being only available in right hand drive – hardly practical for the all-important US market. With Britain in need of overseas funds the government edict was “Export of Perish!” MG’s response was the MG TD in both right and left hand drive. Despite being available with steel disc wheels in place of the traditional wires, the TD proved to be highly successful with 30,000 produced, with many shipped to the US. History tells us that it was the TD that introduced the MG marque to North America. Fitted with a 1,250cc engine developing 55 bhp that was sufficient to provide a top speed of 83 mph. This Australian delivered 1951 MG TD Roadster has been with the same ownership for over 50 years. For the majority of its early years it was used in country New South Wales until purchased during the mid-1960s by the late husband of its current owner. Taken to the Australian Capital Territory, it was used occasionally until the early 2000s when it received a complete body-off professional restoration. Since then it has travelled a mere 2,500 miles resulting in the car still exhibiting its ‘just restored’ condition. The MG TD equipped with independent front suspension, rack and pinion steering, short shift four-speed gearbox and improved brakes ensured that the model was and is a lively performer with handling to match.  To this day, the MG TD continues to provide traditional and sporting motoring in a tweed jacket and flat hat style.
Lot 4: 1951 MG TD Chassis – TD 11753 Engine – XPAG/TD2/12235 When the world thinks of sports cars, it thinks of MG.Formed in 1923 as Morris Garages, MG was initially a sideline business to market re-bodied Morris cars to a slightly more sporting clientele. By the late 1920s a distinct MG was released that was equipped with what was to be seen as the traditional MG vertical grille. This was followed by the smaller MG Midget, a title that stayed with the marque through to the 1980s. While the MG may be associated with open top sports cars, the company was also responsible for many sporting saloons that proved highly popular to those who wanted a sports car, but needed the practicalities of a closed car. Not long prior to World War Two, MG launched the first of its T-Series Midgets. Both the TA and TB proved to be popular, but with the war, MG turned its attention to assisting the British war effort. After the War, MG released its venerable TC, a model that’s seen by many as the archetypal MG. Despite this, the TC did have its limitations, including being only available in right hand drive – hardly practical for the all-important US market. With Britain in need of overseas funds the government edict was “Export of Perish!” MG’s response was the MG TD in both right and left hand drive. Despite being available with steel disc wheels in place of the traditional wires, the TD proved to be highly successful with 30,000 produced, with many shipped to the US. History tells us that it was the TD that introduced the MG marque to North America. Fitted with a 1,250cc engine developing 55 bhp that was sufficient to provide a top speed of 83 mph. This Australian delivered 1951 MG TD Roadster has been with the same ownership for over 50 years. For the majority of its early years it was used in country New South Wales until purchased during the mid-1960s by the late husband of its current owner. Taken to the Australian Capital Territory, it was used occasionally until the early 2000s when it received a complete body-off professional restoration. Since then it has travelled a mere 2,500 miles resulting in the car still exhibiting its ‘just restored’ condition. The MG TD equipped with independent front suspension, rack and pinion steering, short shift four-speed gearbox and improved brakes ensured that the model was and is a lively performer with handling to match. To this day, the MG TD continues to provide traditional and sporting motoring in a tweed jacket and flat hat style.

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Description: 1951 MG TD Chassis – TD 11753 Engine – XPAG/TD2/12235 When the world thinks of sports cars, it thinks of MG.Formed in 1923 as Morris Garages, MG was initially a sideline business to market re-bodied Morris cars to a slightly more sporting clientele. By the late 1920s a distinct MG was released that was equipped with what was to be seen as the traditional MG vertical grille. This was followed by the smaller MG Midget, a title that stayed with the marque through to the 1980s. While the MG may be associated with open top sports cars, the company was also responsible for many sporting saloons that proved highly popular to those who wanted a sports car, but needed the practicalities of a closed car. Not long prior to World War Two, MG launched the first of its T-Series Midgets. Both the TA and TB proved to be popular, but with the war, MG turned its attention to assisting the British war effort. After the War, MG released its venerable TC, a model that’s seen by many as the archetypal MG. Despite this, the TC did have its limitations, including being only available in right hand drive – hardly practical for the all-important US market. With Britain in need of overseas funds the government edict was “Export of Perish!” MG’s response was the MG TD in both right and left hand drive. Despite being available with steel disc wheels in place of the traditional wires, the TD proved to be highly successful with 30,000 produced, with many shipped to the US. History tells us that it was the TD that introduced the MG marque to North America. Fitted with a 1,250cc engine developing 55 bhp that was sufficient to provide a top speed of 83 mph. This Australian delivered 1951 MG TD Roadster has been with the same ownership for over 50 years. For the majority of its early years it was used in country New South Wales until purchased during the mid-1960s by the late husband of its current owner. Taken to the Australian Capital Territory, it was used occasionally until the early 2000s when it received a complete body-off professional restoration. Since then it has travelled a mere 2,500 miles resulting in the car still exhibiting its ‘just restored’ condition. The MG TD equipped with independent front suspension, rack and pinion steering, short shift four-speed gearbox and improved brakes ensured that the model was and is a lively performer with handling to match. To this day, the MG TD continues to provide traditional and sporting motoring in a tweed jacket and flat hat style.

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1957 Triumph TR3 Commission No – TS 21577. Originally designed to compete with Morgan, the Triumph 20TS produced by British manufacturer Standard-Triumph was initially launched at the 1952 London Motor Show. Unfortunately the reception from the motoring public was mixed, which led to a complete redesign that resulted in the Triumph TR2 being released to the public in March 1953. Without doubt the TR2 was a resounding success and was the first of Triumph’s TR range of sports cars that stayed in production through to the end of the TR6 in 1976.Fitted with a 1991cc four-cylinder, four-speed gearbox and overdrive, the Triumph TR2 was an excellent performer and quite capable of 107mph. At the time of its launch it was Britain’s cheapest car able to exceed 100mph. Like other British manufacturers, Triumph’s main target market was overseas and in particular North America, where its rakish styling complete with cut-down doors proved to be highly popular. Three years later in 1955, Triumph released the TR3 with a larger 2.2 litre engine and the following year disc brakes were fitted to the front. The Triumph TR3 proved to be a success with close to 75,000 being built. In 1957 it was updated with a different grille, external door handles and a lockable boot. This new model was called the TR3A, despite carrying no badging to that effect. Some 58,000 TR3As were built. The Triumph TR4, TR4A, TR5 and TR6 followed with the last two being fitted with six-cylinder engines. It is understood that this TR3 was assembled in the UK and sold new in Tasmania, after which it was sold to a new owner in Stawell, Victoria. The current owner, who is the third, has owned the car for about ten years and has spent a considerable amount of money enhancing its quality. This included a complete engine rebuild about six years back following which the car has travelled an additional 9,000 miles. The car’s electrics has also been updated and it has been fitted with a Bosch alternator.  Fitted with a four-speed manual gearbox and overdrive this Triumph TR3 is an effortless tourer that is reliable to drive to anywhere in Australia. The Triumph TR3 is a true roadster being designed for sunny weather, but comes with removable wet weather protection. A rakish performer that deserves to be driven.  Fitted with an Unleaded Head, Kent Fast Road Camshaft, Extractors, Alternator replacing generator, Hi-Torque starter motor, Alloy rocker cover Registered until 09-04-17, 27000 miles indicated
Lot 5: 1957 Triumph TR3 Commission No – TS 21577. Originally designed to compete with Morgan, the Triumph 20TS produced by British manufacturer Standard-Triumph was initially launched at the 1952 London Motor Show. Unfortunately the reception from the motoring public was mixed, which led to a complete redesign that resulted in the Triumph TR2 being released to the public in March 1953. Without doubt the TR2 was a resounding success and was the first of Triumph’s TR range of sports cars that stayed in production through to the end of the TR6 in 1976.Fitted with a 1991cc four-cylinder, four-speed gearbox and overdrive, the Triumph TR2 was an excellent performer and quite capable of 107mph. At the time of its launch it was Britain’s cheapest car able to exceed 100mph. Like other British manufacturers, Triumph’s main target market was overseas and in particular North America, where its rakish styling complete with cut-down doors proved to be highly popular. Three years later in 1955, Triumph released the TR3 with a larger 2.2 litre engine and the following year disc brakes were fitted to the front. The Triumph TR3 proved to be a success with close to 75,000 being built. In 1957 it was updated with a different grille, external door handles and a lockable boot. This new model was called the TR3A, despite carrying no badging to that effect. Some 58,000 TR3As were built. The Triumph TR4, TR4A, TR5 and TR6 followed with the last two being fitted with six-cylinder engines. It is understood that this TR3 was assembled in the UK and sold new in Tasmania, after which it was sold to a new owner in Stawell, Victoria. The current owner, who is the third, has owned the car for about ten years and has spent a considerable amount of money enhancing its quality. This included a complete engine rebuild about six years back following which the car has travelled an additional 9,000 miles. The car’s electrics has also been updated and it has been fitted with a Bosch alternator. Fitted with a four-speed manual gearbox and overdrive this Triumph TR3 is an effortless tourer that is reliable to drive to anywhere in Australia. The Triumph TR3 is a true roadster being designed for sunny weather, but comes with removable wet weather protection. A rakish performer that deserves to be driven. Fitted with an Unleaded Head, Kent Fast Road Camshaft, Extractors, Alternator replacing generator, Hi-Torque starter motor, Alloy rocker cover Registered until 09-04-17, 27000 miles indicated

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Description: 1957 Triumph TR3 Commission No – TS 21577. Originally designed to compete with Morgan, the Triumph 20TS produced by British manufacturer Standard-Triumph was initially launched at the 1952 London Motor Show. Unfortunately the reception from the motoring public was mixed, which led to a complete redesign that resulted in the Triumph TR2 being released to the public in March 1953. Without doubt the TR2 was a resounding success and was the first of Triumph’s TR range of sports cars that stayed in production through to the end of the TR6 in 1976.Fitted with a 1991cc four-cylinder, four-speed gearbox and overdrive, the Triumph TR2 was an excellent performer and quite capable of 107mph. At the time of its launch it was Britain’s cheapest car able to exceed 100mph. Like other British manufacturers, Triumph’s main target market was overseas and in particular North America, where its rakish styling complete with cut-down doors proved to be highly popular. Three years later in 1955, Triumph released the TR3 with a larger 2.2 litre engine and the following year disc brakes were fitted to the front. The Triumph TR3 proved to be a success with close to 75,000 being built. In 1957 it was updated with a different grille, external door handles and a lockable boot. This new model was called the TR3A, despite carrying no badging to that effect. Some 58,000 TR3As were built. The Triumph TR4, TR4A, TR5 and TR6 followed with the last two being fitted with six-cylinder engines. It is understood that this TR3 was assembled in the UK and sold new in Tasmania, after which it was sold to a new owner in Stawell, Victoria. The current owner, who is the third, has owned the car for about ten years and has spent a considerable amount of money enhancing its quality. This included a complete engine rebuild about six years back following which the car has travelled an additional 9,000 miles. The car’s electrics has also been updated and it has been fitted with a Bosch alternator. Fitted with a four-speed manual gearbox and overdrive this Triumph TR3 is an effortless tourer that is reliable to drive to anywhere in Australia. The Triumph TR3 is a true roadster being designed for sunny weather, but comes with removable wet weather protection. A rakish performer that deserves to be driven. Fitted with an Unleaded Head, Kent Fast Road Camshaft, Extractors, Alternator replacing generator, Hi-Torque starter motor, Alloy rocker cover Registered until 09-04-17, 27000 miles indicated

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1974 Norton Commando 850, Currently registration lapsed, 17373 genuine miles, Fitted with Boyer Electronic Ignition and an Aldon Electric starter. This 1974 Norton Commando 850 has been enjoyed by its current owner for close on to nine years. It is understood that it was sold new in the US and then sat as a decoration in a lounge room in San Francisco - hence its extremely low mileage of 17,373 genuine miles. During the current ownership it has been fitted it with a French made Aldon electric start and Boyer electronic ignition, all of which means that it starts first time, every time.   With such low mileage, this iconic Norton Commando motorcycle represents the perfect opportunity for an investment that will appreciate over time.

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Description: 1974 Norton Commando 850, Currently registration lapsed, 17373 genuine miles, Fitted with Boyer Electronic Ignition and an Aldon Electric starter. This 1974 Norton Commando 850 has been enjoyed by its current owner for close on to nine years. It is understood that it was sold new in the US and then sat as a decoration in a lounge room in San Francisco - hence its extremely low mileage of 17,373 genuine miles. During the current ownership it has been fitted it with a French made Aldon electric start and Boyer electronic ignition, all of which means that it starts first time, every time. With such low mileage, this iconic Norton Commando motorcycle represents the perfect opportunity for an investment that will appreciate over time.

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Historic Australian Hammond clinker speedboat,

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Description: Historic Australian Hammond clinker speedboat, "Misty" was built by Harry Hammond at his Brookvale, Sydney factory in 1958.The clinker planked hull is made from Queensland maple and is fitted with its original Ford V8 inboard engine. Misty has only had two owners. Hammond built his craft to order, and Misty would have been fitted out to the original owners specific requirements. Misty is listed with the Australian Register of Historic vessels, with The Australian National Maritime Museum. Vessel Details Hull material and construction, timber clinker, Deck material and construction timber plywood, Hull shape planing, Keel/centre board/rudder type transom rudder, Motor propulsion inboard Ford V8 390 cu in 4- stroke- petrol, Propeller single. Comes with fitted handmade tubular steel four wheel trailer.

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Antique WMF spelter conch shell mounted with a nude putti and frog, approx 19cm H x 21cm W

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Description: Antique WMF spelter conch shell mounted with a nude putti and frog, approx 19cm H x 21cm W

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Pair of Antique French porcelain vases, each approx 27cm H (2)

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Description: Pair of Antique French porcelain vases, each approx 27cm H (2)

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George III sterling silver Irish Tea pot with, shell pattern swags, ball feet and engraved foliate body, marked 1814, Dublin, WD approx 28cm L, 612g

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Description: George III sterling silver Irish Tea pot with, shell pattern swags, ball feet and engraved foliate body, marked 1814, Dublin, WD approx 28cm L, 612g

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Odiot, Salver/ Dinner plate .950 silver late 19th C. with Royal crest French/ Capetian/ Spanish? Count, Marked with later english import marks 1946. London LAO and Odiot marks 1825-1896 A. Paris 7589, Hippocrates rubbed approx 26cm Dia,

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Description: Odiot, Salver/ Dinner plate .950 silver late 19th C. with Royal crest French/ Capetian/ Spanish? Count, Marked with later english import marks 1946. London LAO and Odiot marks 1825-1896 A. Paris 7589, Hippocrates rubbed approx 26cm Dia,

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A very early Victorian or late Georgian cameo of Zeus, very well carved in shell set within a gold hand made rope twist border

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Description: A very early Victorian or late Georgian cameo of Zeus, very well carved in shell set within a gold hand made rope twist border

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Pair of antique French Louis XVI style bronze candlesticks, each approx 17cm H (2)

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Description: Pair of antique French Louis XVI style bronze candlesticks, each approx 17cm H (2)

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Large George III sterling silver & cut crystal Warwick cruet, full set. Marked 1799, London, Thomas Holland II. Approx 32cm L

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Description: Large George III sterling silver & cut crystal Warwick cruet, full set. Marked 1799, London, Thomas Holland II. Approx 32cm L

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Antique French alabaster bust, signed to back, approx 44cm H

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Description: Antique French alabaster bust, signed to back, approx 44cm H

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Antique French cold painted spelter figure group, of a parrot and King Charles Spaniel, on an ebonized base, approx 39cm H

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Description: Antique French cold painted spelter figure group, of a parrot and King Charles Spaniel, on an ebonized base, approx 39cm H

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Antique French Renaissance style bronze chamber stick, with cast masks, approx 12cm H x 32cm L

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Description: Antique French Renaissance style bronze chamber stick, with cast masks, approx 12cm H x 32cm L

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Fine antique Chinese black lacquer and gilt canted shape tea caddy, fitted with a pair of white metal lidded canisters, approx 16cm H x 24cm W x 17cm D

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Description: Fine antique Chinese black lacquer and gilt canted shape tea caddy, fitted with a pair of white metal lidded canisters, approx 16cm H x 24cm W x 17cm D

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Antique Renaissance revival figural salt, the pedestal with Poseidon and dolphins supporting a clam shell with a Griffin hinge, approx 23cm H (probably German 1860's)

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Description: Antique Renaissance revival figural salt, the pedestal with Poseidon and dolphins supporting a clam shell with a Griffin hinge, approx 23cm H (probably German 1860's)

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Pair of antique 19th century French original painted frame Louis XV style bergeres, well upholstered with loose cushion (2)

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Description: Pair of antique 19th century French original painted frame Louis XV style bergeres, well upholstered with loose cushion (2)

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Vintage French circular marble topped table, pierced brass galley, approx 53cm H x 61cm Dia

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Description: Vintage French circular marble topped table, pierced brass galley, approx 53cm H x 61cm Dia

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Large sterling silver twin handled urn in the classical style, with flower swags and twined handles marked Leitao circa 1886-1938 approx 17cm H, 400g

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Description: Large sterling silver twin handled urn in the classical style, with flower swags and twined handles marked Leitao circa 1886-1938 approx 17cm H, 400g

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Antique French vitrine, of canted side shape, approx 149cm H x 74cm W x 36cm D

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Description: Antique French vitrine, of canted side shape, approx 149cm H x 74cm W x 36cm D

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Fine French Louis XV style floral marquetry four drawer chest with marble top, approx 88cm H x 66cm W x 33cm D

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Description: Fine French Louis XV style floral marquetry four drawer chest with marble top, approx 88cm H x 66cm W x 33cm D

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Antique French sterling silver and glass butter dish, with a gilt cow finial, approx 480g

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Description: Antique French sterling silver and glass butter dish, with a gilt cow finial, approx 480g

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Vintage French inlaid bookcase, with gilt metal lattice doors, and cupboards below, approx 107cm H x 54cm W x 37cm D

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Description: Vintage French inlaid bookcase, with gilt metal lattice doors, and cupboards below, approx 107cm H x 54cm W x 37cm D

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Antique French painted surround pier mirror, with carved floral crest panel, approx 187cm H x 121cm H

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Description: Antique French painted surround pier mirror, with carved floral crest panel, approx 187cm H x 121cm H

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Antique Chinese reverse painted glass Oriental of anbeauty, approx 49cm H x 32cm H

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Description: Antique Chinese reverse painted glass Oriental of anbeauty, approx 49cm H x 32cm H

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Fine quality French Charles X three light Bouillotte lamp, with swan neck arms and adjustable tin shade, 68cm H

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Description: Fine quality French Charles X three light Bouillotte lamp, with swan neck arms and adjustable tin shade, 68cm H

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Diamond cluster 18ct yellow gold vintage ring, approx size K, 2.5g

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Description: Diamond cluster 18ct yellow gold vintage ring, approx size K, 2.5g

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18ct white gold ring set with a central solitaire diamond, approx 6.2g, Round white brilliant cut diamond, H colour, VS2 clarity, 0.5 carat

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Description: 18ct white gold ring set with a central solitaire diamond, approx 6.2g, Round white brilliant cut diamond, H colour, VS2 clarity, 0.5 carat

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Antique 10ct gold chain long guards/ necklace, approx 144cm, 24.5g

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Description: Antique 10ct gold chain long guards/ necklace, approx 144cm, 24.5g

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18ct yellow gold half hoop diamond set vintage ring, marked 18ct (slightly rubbed) approx 3.1g, size N

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Description: 18ct yellow gold half hoop diamond set vintage ring, marked 18ct (slightly rubbed) approx 3.1g, size N

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Australian presentation sword and scabbard in the mameluke style, the blade etched

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Description: Australian presentation sword and scabbard in the mameluke style, the blade etched "Presented to William Snow Clifton, Hony, Secy. And the Treasurer by the members of the Victorian Yeomanry corps 1858. the recipient was a magistrate and land owner in Victoria. This is thought to be the earliest Australian Presentation Sword.

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A very detailed statuette of a Grenadier Guards Sergeant, made in silver plate, on a wooden plinth. Originally made for the Regimental sergeant's mess approx 37cm H including plinth

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Description: A very detailed statuette of a Grenadier Guards Sergeant, made in silver plate, on a wooden plinth. Originally made for the Regimental sergeant's mess approx 37cm H including plinth

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Sapphire and diamond 18ct yellow gold ring marked 18ct 0.56, 0.23 approx central sapphire 6 x 4mm, 2.5g, size K 1/2

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Description: Sapphire and diamond 18ct yellow gold ring marked 18ct 0.56, 0.23 approx central sapphire 6 x 4mm, 2.5g, size K 1/2

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Lot of four Early Georgian labels to include rare milk Punch label. Madeira, white wine, claret As well as an antique Sherry label. Marks include pre 1770 makers mark for small Goods M.B, two unmarked  (5)

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Description: Lot of four Early Georgian labels to include rare milk Punch label. Madeira, white wine, claret As well as an antique Sherry label. Marks include pre 1770 makers mark for small Goods M.B, two unmarked (5)

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Antique Haviland France porcelain fish service, hand painted with fish, gilt borders and monograms and signed MS for M. Stewart approx 40 cm x 10cm and smaller (7)

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Description: Antique Haviland France porcelain fish service, hand painted with fish, gilt borders and monograms and signed MS for M. Stewart approx 40 cm x 10cm and smaller (7)

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14k white gold, emerald and diamond ring, approx 4.0g, size O

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Description: 14k white gold, emerald and diamond ring, approx 4.0g, size O

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Antique yellow and white 18ct gold fob chain, marked with touch marks to chain, Birmingham, crown 18ct, approx 13.8g

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Description: Antique yellow and white 18ct gold fob chain, marked with touch marks to chain, Birmingham, crown 18ct, approx 13.8g

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French Boulle style clock, bronze mounts, fitted with an eight day German movement (has Pendulum, no key) approx 47cm H x 23cmW x 12cm D

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Description: French Boulle style clock, bronze mounts, fitted with an eight day German movement (has Pendulum, no key) approx 47cm H x 23cmW x 12cm D

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Sterling silver erotica cufflinks, marked London, LCC

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Description: Sterling silver erotica cufflinks, marked London, LCC

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Sterling silver and enamel gambling cufflinks, marked 925

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Description: Sterling silver and enamel gambling cufflinks, marked 925

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Rene Lalique Honfleur vase, clear glass central container with patinated foliate vertical stanchions at each side running the entire height of the vase and then jutting out slightly at the top. Model: 994 Circa 1927, approx 14cm

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Description: Rene Lalique Honfleur vase, clear glass central container with patinated foliate vertical stanchions at each side running the entire height of the vase and then jutting out slightly at the top. Model: 994 Circa 1927, approx 14cm

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Lladro

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Description: Lladro "The Great Chef" porcelain figure 6234, approx 21cm H

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Hutschenreuther Germany porcelain figure group of two dancers, approx 22cm H

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Description: Hutschenreuther Germany porcelain figure group of two dancers, approx 22cm H

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A large Regency period sterling silver snuff box, with gilt interior and scallop shell applied border, marked IWG, 1827, approx 1.9cm H x 5cm W x 7.5cm L

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Description: A large Regency period sterling silver snuff box, with gilt interior and scallop shell applied border, marked IWG, 1827, approx 1.9cm H x 5cm W x 7.5cm L

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Set of four sterling silver Holland & Holland place holders approx 9cm H

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Description: Set of four sterling silver Holland & Holland place holders approx 9cm H

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Pair of Holland & Holland napkin rings, with applied pheasant to the top and winged feet, marked LCC, London, modern N, approx 156g

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Description: Pair of Holland & Holland napkin rings, with applied pheasant to the top and winged feet, marked LCC, London, modern N, approx 156g

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Set of four Holland & Holland sterling silver and Circassian (Turkish walnut) coasters, the wood is the material Holland and Holland make their gun butts from, marked London, LCC, Sterling, J modern mark, (4)

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Description: Set of four Holland & Holland sterling silver and Circassian (Turkish walnut) coasters, the wood is the material Holland and Holland make their gun butts from, marked London, LCC, Sterling, J modern mark, (4)

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