Manor Park Classics inaugural sale on the 27th April
11 April 2021
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. They are entering a very competitive space with online auctions seemingly popping up on a daily basis, but with their diversified approach they should do well.
Their first sale is due to take place on the 27th April and so far there are 86 lots consigned which includes the sale of nine vehicles from the Vauxhall heritage collection, all of which will be sold no reserve. This includes a 1929 R-type 20/60, the first model made following General Motors' takeover of the company.Also on offer are a 1990 Vauxhall Nova with just 20,143 miles on the clock along with a 1937 Vauxhall Big Six BXL Limousine. Along side the Vauxhall offerings there is a 1935 Singer Nine Le Mans in need of restoration and estimated at £10,000 - £12,000, A 1994 MG R V8 with only 30,875 miles which is estimated at £13,000 - £15,000. If you have a very large family there is even a 1947 Leyland Tiger PS1 Bus which is estimated at £14,000 - £18,000.
Our pick has to be the 1959 Morris Mini Minor De-Luxe which being the first year of production is as rare as hens teeth. It is largely original and still shod in crossply tyres. Estimated at £18,000 - £22,000 which it should easily make given the rarity value.
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