Classic Car News
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Manor Park Classics is another new entrant to the classic auction scene. They clearly have some significant backing having built 30,000 square feet bespoke premises in Runcorn, Cheshire which will also be used for storage, club meetings and normal classic car dealing alongside their auction activities.
Shell will be selling 50 duplicate and therefore surplus posters from their heritage art collection on Thursday 29th April at Lyon & Turnbull auctioneers. The posters date from the 1930s to the 1950s and include many rarities.
For those of you seeking practical advice on how to brings cars back to life or simply effect the odd repair or two Edd China of Wheeler Dealer fame has returned with a Workshop Diaries video series on his You Tube channel. It is published every Friday.
Mitsubishi Motors in the UK will be selling its heritage collection next month following the company's decison to exit new car sales in Europe. There are some interesting cars among the collection all of which is going to be sold no reserve.
One of the standout results of the weekend's Silverstone Auctions sale was the £99k paid for a 1964 Series 1 E-type 4. 2 which was is in need of total restoration.
We thought a car worth mentioning at last week's Bonhams MPH sale was the 1931 Standard Swallow 9hp saloon. We have seen only two previous examples come to market within the last 10 years, both of which were restorations as was this car albeit in a better state than the previous two.
Brightwells timed online sale is already underway. All eyes are on the original Austin Seven Ulster estimated at £36,000 to £40,000, bidding is already up to £31,000.
This is a real rarity, an original Austin Seven Ulster which will be on offer as part of Brightwells timed online auction which kicks off on the 27th March and ends on the 1st April. We believe only one other such car has come to market in the last decade and this car is certain to be the subject of keen bidding.
H&H will be holding their next online auction of cars on Wednesday 24th. They are also including a good selection of automobilia at no reserve.
H&H will be holding their next online sale on Wednesday 24th March. Lots of interesting cars are up for grabs and our picks are the 1950 AC Aceca which is in need of restoration but is a no reserve car.
For those seeking a pre weekend auction fix, Mathewsons next sale begins at 6pm today when they will sell the first 100 lots and they start again tomorrow morning at 9am with the remaining lots. Included in tomorrow's sale is a rather nice Austin A60 estimated at £8,000 to £10,000.
Bonhams MPH sale is tomorrow and the sale will take place online at Bicester Heritage. A real mix of cars are on offer including a good number of no reserve cars such as a 1936 Riley 12/4 Kestrel Sprite estimated at just £7,000 to £10,000 which would be something of a bargain if within estimate.
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