Classic Car News
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Historics latest sale took place yesterday at the Ascot racecourse and the results are now available online. A few results are worthy of mention such as the no reserve Ford Fiesta XR2 with 60,754 miles on the clock which made £20,720.
SWVA held their latest auction last week and among the lots on offer was a 1953 3. 0L Tickford Body Drophead Coupe.
This beautiful Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Spider has been recovered from a barn after it went into dry storage at some point in the early 1980s. This 1600 model was introduced in 1962.
This 1931 Lagonda 3-Litre Tourer has emerged after sitting in storage since 1988. The car has been with its current owner for the past 43 years.
There are a few standout results from Mathewsons latest auction which took place over the weekend of the 18th/19th March. This includes a huge £25,886 paid for a 1973 Ford Cortina 1600L MK3 with 59,000 miles on the clock which was estimated at £6,500 to £8,500.
Priced at £450,000 this car is expected to accumulate offers well over its previous sale record of £203,437. This Group B rally car is believed to be one of just 2 examples left.
This TVR S2 2. 9L has been donated by its owner to be raffled off for Ukraine.
This Shelby tuned Toyota 2000GT has regained its crown for being the most expensive Japanese car to be sold. After selling at the Gooding & Co's auction in Florida for the dollar equivalent of £1.
Last weekend's Classic Car Auction in conjunction with the Practical Classics NEC restoration show threw up a few mega bargains. The bargains came on Sunday morning with the Hampshire collection deceased estate sale.
Brightwells next online auction kicks off today and closes on the 30th March. Among the many interesting lots there is a 1950 AC 2-Litre Drophead Tourer which is one of only 10 made and of just 4 that are believed to have survived.
The Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration last weekend was the host to many rare and unique gems. However, being one of just 4 known survivors this 1949 Jowett Bradford was arguably one of the stars of the show.
It came as a shock to see this stunning 1961 Bristol 406 fetch just £27,679 at Dore and Rees' February sale especially after having £6000 recently spent on it along with its increasing rarity, now being one of just seven registered in the UK. The Bristol 406 was introduced as a luxury car in 1958.
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