Classic Car News
All of our listed classic car news articles are displayed below, click on a listing for full details.
Brightwells latest online sale takes place this week with several days for bidding which closes on the 13th August. Lots of interesting cars in the sale and plenty of scope to grab a bargain given some of the conservative estimates.
The sad demise of Bristol Cars will result in the assets being sold in a timed online auction between the 19th August and the 2nd September. This will inevitably mean some very interesting historical items which you are unlikely to ever see again.
Silverstone Auctions two day online sale has generated lots of good results and especially day 2 where 30 well chosen cars to celebrate 30 years of the Silverstone Classic were sold all at no reserve. These included some exceptionally nice low mileage cars and the end result was some very good priced indeed.
The results from Mathewsons last sale are now available on the Glen March website. There are no major surprise, a Jaguar MK2 3.
Bonhams next UK sale of the year takes place tomorrow at the Bicester Heritage Centre. There are some really interesting and lovely cars in this sale which will test once again the state of the market which we feel is still in reasonably buoyant mood.
H&H hold their next sale online tomorrow. Sadly they are yet to bring back having a dedicated sale venue where the cars can be viewed together.
Historics latest sale which took place yesterday produced a new record for a Triumph TR6 which sold for an estimate busting £57,732 against the estimate of £28,000 to £35,000. The car had been the subject of a £70,000 restoration and the finished product certainly reflected that as did the price paid.
The first Hobbs Parker classic car sale begins today in the format of an online auction. The auction will open for bidding at 2:00 pm on Thursday 16 July.
Historics next sale takes place on the 18th July and they have recruited Vicki Butler-Henderson to give an overview of the sale and her top picks of the cars on offer. We are going to stray from the big name cars and suggest a rather nice car to look at is the Talbot Ten Tourer.
We thought this van was worthy of mention as it demonstrates why a well restored classic that has been done to a high standard should command a premium valuation. This particular example was restored for the TV programme For the Love of Cars.
Barons next sale takes place on Tuesday 14th July at their usual venue of Epsom Downs Racecourse. The sale has a number of interesting cars and the one that took our fancy is a 1970 Ford Escort MK1 Lotus Twin cam.
This weekend (11th July) brings a large online sale of Petroliana being held by Richard Edmonds. There is something for everyone in the sale and for those with the deepest pocket a BP 'Winner' pictorial enamel sign, from the 1920s, showing a racing car at speed coming towards the viewer which is estimated at a big £15,000 to £20,000.
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