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Potential buyers are going to be spoilt for choice this coming Saturday. Firstly they must choose north or south with Historics at Brookland and Classic Car Auctions at the Warwickshire exhibition centre going head to head in attracting punters to their respective sales.
Historics penultimate sale of the year takes place this coming Saturday at their usual base of the Brooklands Museum. The sale has lots of nice looking cars and a good number of no reserve cars which we understand is a policy now being adopted by Historics for mainly cars that have a sub £10k valuation.
Jaguar has unveiled a fully electric E-Type known as E-Type Zero. The modified series 1.
Barons are holding their annual Jaguar Heritage sale this coming Saturday. Historically these sales have been full of Jaguars but this Saturdays sale seems somewhat light on the marque although there are still a good few to choose from.
Of the three sales that took place on Saturday the one held by H&H at the National Motorcycle museum was by far the smallest, but they generated one of the more surprising results with a final bid including premium of £38,812. 20 for a 1975 Jaguar XJS 5.
Three auction houses will be vying for the attention of potential buyers this coming Saturday. Bonhams will be holding their usual sale at the Beaulieu autojumble on Saturday with lots of interesting cars to tempt the pan European audience that will undoubtedly be in attendance.
Just a quick reminder that this weekend brings the Beaulieu Autojumble. If you are seeking a part or a new restoration project this is the place to be on Saturday and Sunday.
After a mixed bag of auction house fortunes during the last couple of months this weekend's ACA sale should provide a further snapshot of the health of the market. ACA always puts together an interesting selection of cars and with it being something of a buyers market at the moment there may well be the opportunity to gather a bargain or two.
A new record price for a British car was set over the weekend at the RM Sotheby's sale in Monterey with the sale of an 1956 Aston Martin DBR1 for $22. 6m.
A very rare MG Metro Turbo has been consigned to the next Anglia Car Auctions sale on the 26th August. Production of the MG Metro Turbo began in 1983 which is the year of manufacture of this car, but in October 1984 the Turbo was subjected to a facelift.
If you feel the need for speed then look no further than the 1921 Napier 'Blue Bird' Homage that is to feature at the forthcoming Bonhams Beaulieu sale. The car looks magnificent and is powered by a 24-litre 12-cylinder Napier Lion aero engine which is the same power unit to hold the land, water and air speed records.
Despite what is now a very lacklustre market for many classics there are a few notable exceptions. Various BMW models have continued to rise in value this year with the 3.
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