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Classic Historical Sales

Are you buying a classic car? If the answer is yes it is well worth checking if we have any sales records relating to the car you are interested in.

We have thousands of records and for a small fee we will send you what we know about the previous sale history. It can be interesting to find out when your car was last sold and at what price it was listed. We will also send you any other information that we know about your car along with more general analysis of the current market conditions for selling that particular make and model.

Given that there are hundreds of thousands of classic cars we have focused our analysis on cars where it can be difficult to value or rare cars. Our aim as enthusiasts is to arm you with as much information about what we know and believe about your prospective purchase. If we do not possess any previous sale information we can provide you with our estimate of what the car you are proposing to purchase is worth.

Valuing classic cars has become more of an art than a science during recent years especially following the astronomical increase in some valuations. We have records dating back over many years for a large number of makes and models of car and for a small fee we will gather the data we have and send you our estimated valuation.

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Historical Sales

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Latest Sales Records Added:

A selection of sales records recently added is displayed below. Please note all images are library shots for illustrative purposes only, and when you click on each car you will be taken to the generic profile for that make/model.

Rolls Royce Phantom 2


The Rolls-Royce Phantom II was the third and last of Rolls-Royce's 40/50 hp models, replacing the New Phantom in 1929.

Bentley R-Type


The R Type is the second series of post-war Bentley automobiles, replacing the Mark VI.

Austin 10 Lichfield


The Austin 10 Lichfield had a pressed steel body mounted on a steel chassis with semi-elliptic springs all round suspension, with frictional shock absorbers.

Talbot 14/45


Daimler 2.5 litre/V8 250


The Daimler 2.

MG Midget - Rubber bumper


To meet US federal regulations, large black plastic bumpers (usually called rubber bumpers, despite not actually being rubber) were added to the front and rear and the ride height was increased.

Gilbern Invader


The final car was the Invader, introduced in July 1969[10] and based on the Genie but with improved chassis and larger brakes.

Ford Cortina 1500 GT


Rover P5B 3.5 litre


The Rover P5 series, is a group of large saloon and coupé automobiles that were produced by Rover from 1958 until 1973.

Bentley R-Type


The R Type is the second series of post-war Bentley automobiles, replacing the Mark VI.

MG B Roadster


MG MG C Roadster


The MGC was a 2912 cc, straight-6 version of the MGB sold from 1967 and produced through to August 1969 with some sales running on into 1970.

Sunbeam Rapier Series 3


The Series III was introduced in September 1959.

Austin Seven Box


The Austin 7 was an economy car produced from 1922 until 1939 in the United Kingdom by the Austin Motor Company.

Jaguar 240


Ford Escort RS2000 Mk 2


The squarer-styled Mark II version appeared in January 1975.

Austin A40 Devon


The Austin A40 Devon was introduced as the replacement for the Austin 10.

MG B Roadster




MG began offering the MGB GT V8 in 1973 utilising the ubiquitous aluminium-block 3528 cc Rover V8 engine, first fitted to the Rover P5B.

Mercedes 220S


The 220a was succeeded in March 1956 by the 220S, which was externally almost identical, but had an upgraded version of the 2.

Maserati 3500GT


Maserati 3500 was a 2-door coupé and convertible made by Maserati of Italy.

MG B Roadster


Bentley 4 1/4 litre


Beginning in March, 1936, a 4¼ Litre version of the car was offered as replacement for the 3½ Litre, in order to offset the increasing weight of coachwork and maintain the car's sporting image in the face of stiff competition.

Rover P5B 3.5 litre


The Rover P5 series, is a group of large saloon and coupé automobiles that were produced by Rover from 1958 until 1973.

MG Midget MkIII


BMW 2002


The BMW New Class (German: Neue Klasse) was a line of compact sedans and coupes produced by German automaker BMW between 1962 and 1977.

Mercedes 280 SL


The 280 SL was introduced in December 1967 and continued in production through 23 February 1971, when the W 113 was replaced by its successor, the entirely new and substantially heavier R107 350 SL.

Triumph Spitfire MK 2


MG TF 1250


The TF Midget, launched 15 October 1953,was a facelifted TD, fitted with the TD Mark II engine, headlights faired into the fenders, a sloping radiator grille concealing a separate radiator, and a new pressurized cooling system along with a simulated external radiator cap.

Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0


For the 1976 model year, Porsche introduced the Carrera 3.

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