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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.

Mercedes 250 SL

£10,995.00

The 250 SL was introduced at the 1967 Geneva Motor Show.

Austin 35 Sherbourne

£7,450.00

The Austin Ten is a small car which was produced by the Austin Motor Company.

Austin Mini Van

£13,000.00

A commercial panel van (in US English, a sedan delivery) rated at ¼-ton load capacity.

BMW Z3M

£23,895.00

Bentley 3 1/2 litre

£42,950.00

The Bentley 3½ Litre (later enlarged to 4¼ Litre) was presented to the public in September 1933, shortly after the death of Henry Royce, and was the first new Bentley model following Rolls-Royce's acquisition of the Bentley brand in 1931.

Jaguar XJS V12

£18,500.00

Porsche 911T

£89,950.00

Datsun 240Z

£65,950.00

Austin Mini Mk1

£6,995.00

The Mark I Mini (1959–1967) was the first version of British Motor Corporation's Mini.

Ford Anglia 105E

£14,000.00

The fourth Anglia model, the 105E, was introduced in 1959.

Austin 16

£9,500.00

The Austin Sixteen was introduced as a medium saloon sitting within Austin's range above the Seven and Twelve models but still much smaller than the 3.

Sunbeam 25

£25,000.00

Ford Anglia 105E

£6,250.00

The fourth Anglia model, the 105E, was introduced in 1959.

Triumph TR 250

£35,995.00

MG B GT

£12,500.00

The MGB is a two-door sports car manufactured and marketed by MG Cars and its successors as a four-cylinder, soft-top roadster (1962-1980) — along with variants including the MGB GT three-door 2+2 coupé (1965-1974), the six-cylinder roadster and coupé MGC (1967-1969), and the eight-cylinder 2+2 coupé, the MGB GT V8 (1973-1976).

Austin Seven Box

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

MG B Roadster

£11,000.00

MG MG C GT

£7,995.00

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.

Austin 10/4

£7,500.00

The Austin Ten was launched on 19 April 1932 and was Austin's best-selling car in the 1930s and continued in production as various, upgraded, differently named models with until 1947.

Triumph TR5

£39,995.00

Ford Zephyr MK2

£14,995.00

In 1956 the Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac were all restyled.

Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV

£28,000.00

The 1750 GTV appeared in 1967 along with the 1750 Berlina sedan and 1750 Spider.

Vauxhall Firenza

£10,995.00

Austin Seven Box

£5,450.00

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

Austin Seven Special

£8,250.00

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

Gordon Keeble GK1/IT

£105,000.00

The Gordon-Keeble came about when John Gordon, formerly of the struggling Peerless company, and Jim Keeble got together in 1959 to make the Gordon GT car, initially by fitting a Chevrolet Corvette V8 engine, into a chassis by Peerless, for a USAF pilot named Nielsen.

Triumph Stag

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The Triumph Stag is a 2+2 sports tourer sold between 1970 and 1978 by the British Triumph Motor Company, styled by Italian designer Giovanni Michelotti.

MG B GT

£9,995.00

The MGB is a two-door sports car manufactured and marketed by MG Cars and its successors as a four-cylinder, soft-top roadster (1962-1980) — along with variants including the MGB GT three-door 2+2 coupé (1965-1974), the six-cylinder roadster and coupé MGC (1967-1969), and the eight-cylinder 2+2 coupé, the MGB GT V8 (1973-1976).

Mercedes 420SL

£24,995.00

The SL variant was a 2-seat convertible/roadster with standard soft top and optional hardtop and optional folding seats for the rear bench.

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