March 2016 Classic Car & Watch Sale

March 2016 Classic Car & Watch Sale

Saturday, March 19, 2016  |  12:30 PM EUR (GMT)
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March 2016 Classic Car & Watch Sale

March 2016 Classic Car & Watch Sale

Saturday, March 19, 2016  |  12:30 PM EUR (GMT)
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Classic Car Auction's first sale of the year takes place on Saturday 19th March at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre, Leamington Spa. A wonderful collection of "everyman" classic cars and watches.

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Cartier Tank Francais large size Automatic stainless steel

Lot # 101 (Sale Order: 1 of 138)      

Cartier Tank Francais large size Automatic stainless steel. The case is stainless steel having a Cartier engraved back; the crown is steel with Cabochon sapphire. The dial is silver with date at 6 o clock with roman numeral hour markers and blued hands. The movement is a Cartier calibre mechanical automatic with date function. One of the most elegant watches from Cartier, in superb condition.

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1973 Omega Geneve Oval Strap

Lot # 102 (Sale Order: 2 of 138)      

1973 Omega Geneve Oval Strap. Stylish oval polished steel cased Omega watch. Manually wound Omega 625 movement. Oval silver coloured dial with Roman numerals. New black calf grain strap.

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Rolex Sea Dweller 16600 complete with box and paperwork

Lot # 103 (Sale Order: 3 of 138)      

Rolex Sea Dweller 16600 complete with box and paperwork. The 40mm case is stainless steel with a helium release valve and steel rotating Bezel with black insert. The watch has a black dial with luminous hands/batons. The bracelet is the 'Oyster' type featuring a flip/lock clasp in excellent condition. The movement is the Rolex 3135 calibre mechanical automatic with date function. The watch is complete with original box and paperwork. The 16600 is no longer made and has always been the enthusiast and collectors' choice with low numbers available. Already acknowledged as a classic investment.

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Heuer Quartz Professional

Lot # 104 (Sale Order: 4 of 138)      

Heuer Quartz Professional. The stainless steel case with screw back and lock down crown. The dial is black with large round luminous dots. The date is at 3 o'clock and has chrome and luminous hands. The movement is a quartz calibre with date function. Fantastic looking watch, ready to enjoy.

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c.2008 Tag Heuer Monaco Automatic

Lot # 105 (Sale Order: 5 of 138)      

c.2008 Tag Heuer Monaco Automatic. This example has a Black dial and Chrome hands and hour batons with sub seconds at 6 o'clock. The case is made from stainless steel, finished with a combination of polished and satin with a glass display back. The movement is an ETA 2892 calibre 6, which is an automatic mechanical; these movements are reliable and very accurate. This legendary watch is the perfect addition for any car enthusiast.

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Raymond Weil Freelancer automatic

Lot # 106 (Sale Order: 6 of 138)      

Raymond Weil Freelancer automatic. Fastened with a stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp and double push-security system, the 42mm stainless steel case is finished with a refined and elegant polished bezel. The white dial allows for easy reading, and large polished batons and luminous hands. The automatic movement is made by ETA and can be viewed in action through the sapphire crystal case back. Very clean modern sports watch with a RRP £1495.

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C.2000 Tag Heuer 4000 Professional Midsize

Lot # 107 (Sale Order: 7 of 138)      

C.2000 Tag Heuer 4000 Professional Midsize has a 36mm stainless steel case with a grey dial, luminous batons and hands and a screw back. It has a stainless steel rotating bezel and date at 3 o'clock. It uses a battery powered ETA calibre movement. This sports watch is a great daily wearer and in nice usable condition.

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Rolex Submariner Date stainless steel 16610 complete with Box and Paperwork

Lot # 108 (Sale Order: 8 of 138)      

Rolex Submariner Date stainless steel 16610 complete with Box and Paperwork. The 40mm case is stainless steel with a steel rotating Bezel with black insert. The watch has a black dial with luminous hands/batons. The bracelet is the 'Oyster' type featuring a flip/lock clasp. The movement is the Rolex 3135 calibre mechanical automatic with date function. Complete with original Box and Paperwork.

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1997 Heuer Carrera '1964' Re-Edition Complete with Box and Paperwork

Lot # 109 (Sale Order: 9 of 138)      

1997 Heuer Carrera ‘1964' Re-Edition Complete with Box and Paperwork. In immaculate condition. The case is 38mm stainless steel with round chrono pushers and solid screw back signed Heuer (not Tag Heuer). The movement is mechanical manual wind with chronograph and date functions. The dial is black in colour with 3 black sub dials with silver chapter rings, with chrome batons and hands signed Heuer. The strap is a Heuer perforated driving style on a Heuer stainless steel pin buckle in immaculate condition. The watch is complete with the original rare Heuer classics perforated box, Instructions and original guarantee card as well as original outer box all in fantastic condition. A modern re-edition of a Heuer classic in the very finest condition.

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Omega Seamaster 'Sword Hand'' Automatic

Lot # 110 (Sale Order: 10 of 138)      

Omega Seamaster 'Sword Hand'' Automatic. The dial is black with large luminous hour markers and large luminous sword hands. The watch has the Omega cal.1100 movement which is chronometer rated and has the date function at 3 o'clock. The 40mm Stainless steel case has a helium release valve at 10 o'clock position and a traditional screw down water proof crown at 3 o'clock. The case back has an engraved wave pattern with the Seamaster seahorse symbol in centre. The bracelet is stainless steel with a large block link. This watch is in honest condition ready to wear and enjoy.

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1939 Omega Military Strapwatch

Lot # 111 (Sale Order: 11 of 138)      

1939 Omega Military Strapwatch. Charming military issue Omega from the Second World War era. Manually wound with cream dial displaying period distress. Separate seconds dial. Stainless steel case with back showing SS interspersed with a broad arrow and W4103. Fitted with olive coloured nylon Nato-style strap.

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c.1997 Cartier Santos octagonal Ladies Bi metal Automatic

Lot # 112 (Sale Order: 12 of 138)      

c. 1997 Cartier Santos octagonal Ladies Bi metal Automatic. The central case is stainless steel with a screwed 18ct gold bezel. The bracelet is the distinctive Cartier screw type been mainly stainless steel with 2 18ct gold screws for each link, this is coupled to a single opening folding clasp signed by Cartier. The movement is a Cartier quartz with date function. The dial is painted beige with black Roman numeral hour markers with date window at 3 o clock. Timeless Cartier at reasonable money!

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2010 Breitling Super-Ocean chronograph complete with box and paperwork

Lot # 113 (Sale Order: 13 of 138)      

2010 Breitling Super-Ocean chronograph complete with box and paperwork. 44mm Stainless steel large case with rotating bezel and screw down chronograph pushers. The dial is black in colour with silver sub dials and day and date display at 3 o clock. The movement is a mechanical eta chronograph and is running at a good rate. The bracelet is a stainless steel Breitling having had little use coupled to a flip-lock clasp. The watch comes complete with box and original paperwork . Modern RRP is £4590.

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Omega Diamond Set Lady's 'My Choice' Constellation

Lot # 114 (Sale Order: 14 of 138)      

Classic Omega Diamond Set Lady's 'My Choice' Constellation. Recently re-furbished stainless steel case and bracelet. Diamond set bezel, white dial with facetted dots. Comes with Omega Diamond Certificate Card 0.32 ct. and Pictogram Card in red Omega brushed wallet.

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c.1970 Omega Stopwatch with desirable case mount

Lot # 115 (Sale Order: 15 of 138)      

c.1970 Omega Stopwatch with desirable case mount. The case is 52mm wide. The dial is black with white numerals and white chapter ring. The stopwatch functions start/stop with the central crown and return. Works correctly and ready to use. It comes with an original rare mound which can be free standing or worn round the neck with a cord. A rare set perfect for motorsport use.

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Rolex Datejust Automatic stainless steel

Lot # 116 (Sale Order: 16 of 138)      

Rolex Datejust Automatic stainless steel. 35mm Stainless steel case with smooth bezel and screw back. The dial is a white colour with black roman numerals with date at 3 o'clock. The bracelet is a Jubilee stainless steel with Rolex folding clasp. The movement is an automatic mechanical Rolex calibre with date function. A great value automatic Rolex with sleek smooth classic looks.

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c.1969/1970 Omega Geneve Automatic

Lot # 117 (Sale Order: 17 of 138)      

c.1969/1970 Omega Geneve Automatic. Stylish late sixties Omega in great condition. Stainless steel circular case and blue dial with batons. Correct Omega crown. 24 jewel Omega 552 movement. Recent service by independent watchmakers, copy of receipt included. Fitted leather strap.

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1969 Omega Chronostop

Lot # 118 (Sale Order: 18 of 138)      

1969 Omega Chronostop. Original Omega sports chronograph. Manually wound Omega 865 movement. Nicely styled on aftermarket stainless steel rally style adjustable bracelet. Traditional grey dial with orange seconds hand. Single pusher operates Start/stop/fly back. A super addition to your watch collection.

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C.1999 Tag Heuer 2000 Professional

Lot # 119 (Sale Order: 19 of 138)      

C.1999 Tag Heuer 2000 Professional. The stainless steel case is satin finished with a grey/silver dial, luminous batons and hands and a screw back. It has a stainless steel bezel and date at 3 o'clock. It also has a battery powered ETA movement. This sports watch is a great daily wearer and in nice usable condition!

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Omega Constellation Stainless Steel complete with paperwork

Lot # 120 (Sale Order: 20 of 138)      

Omega Constellation Stainless Steel complete with paperwork. 32.5mm stainless steel case, the bezel is positioned under the glass with Roman numerals. The dial is grey with simple roman numeral markers and date at 3 o'clock, having slight pitting. Fantastic daily wearing quartz Omega with paperwork.

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Omega Speedmaster Automatic

Lot # 121 (Sale Order: 21 of 138)      

Omega Speedmaster Automatic. The 40mm case is stainless steel with fixed s/s bezel with tachymeter engraved. The stainless steel back is a snap type with Omega seahorse embossed. The Dial is white with three sub-dials and chrome batons. The bracelet is stainless steel and in good condition. The movement is the very well made ETA 7750 mechanical automatic chronograph.

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c.2005 TAG Heuer Aquaracer Chronograph Automatic Complete with Box and Paperwork

Lot # 122 (Sale Order: 22 of 138)      

c.2005 TAG Heuer Aquaracer Chronograph automatic Complete with Box and Paperwork. This watch sports a stainless steel case which is water resistant to 300m. It has a Black gloss finish dial with 3 sub-dials for the stopwatch. The date window is the 3 o'clock position and a tachymeter runs on the outside. The bezel is uni-rotational type and again is in stainless steel. The bracelet is very solid and stainless steel again the bracelet runs to a flip lock clasp with the TAG Heuer symbol visible. The movement is ETA calibre 7750; a very well tried a tested reliable automatic chronograph movement. This watch is complete with original Box and Paperwork.

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1982 Talbot Sunbeam Lotus

Lot # 201 (Sale Order: 23 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.2L 1982 Talbot Sunbeam Lotus manual that has been with the current owner for the last 5 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A rare 'Hot Hatch' showing 70,644 miles. The Talbot Sunbeam-Lotus was one of the most exciting hot hatchbacks to emerge from the 1970s. Chrysler originally commissioned Lotus Engineering to produce an effective entrant for international Group 4 rallying to compete with the dominant Ford Escort RSs and this required that Talbot produced an appropriate road car for homologation reasons. Lotus took a 1.6GLS shell, installed a 2.2-litre version of the Lotus 16-valve four-cylinder engine and a five-speed ZF gearbox, and the Talbot Sunbeam Lotus was born. The new car certainly looked the part - it was initially offered only in black and silver, with Marchal spotlights mounted above the front bumper and tailored 'double four-spoke' cast-alloy wheels. Launched in 1979, the 2174cc twin-cam engine breathed through two twin-choke Dell'Orto carburettors, developed 150bhp and delivered excellent performance. It also proved very effective in rallying, winning the challenging 1980 Lombard-RAC event. The road-going version proved quick and balanced, although it was priced higher than the comparable Chevette HS or Escort RS2000. This particular car was first registered in January 1982, and comes in the classic colour scheme of Embassy Black with Silver stripes and has an original sunroof and stereo. All panels on the car are said to be original and we are told the car was repainted in 2011 by Dupaul Engineering. Showing 70,644, miles it is described as totally standard except for replacement Bilstein shock absorbers. The engine is said to be untouched and runs well - no oil smoke on start up - and we are told the car still has its original air box fitted. The interior is described as being in reasonable condition but the cloth seats are tired, however, new cloth and trim are available through the owners club. The car recently had £1,000 spent on it to recommission it for the road, with a new MoT issued expiring on 20 Aug 2016. Present are two sets of keys, the original handbooks and a service history booklet which covers until 1987. A box-file of history and bills includes 7 or 8 old MoTs, old tax discs and some invoices. This car drives well and is a true eighties hot hatch - sure to have you grinning from ear to ear! Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1970 Triumph Vitesse Convertible

Lot # 202 (Sale Order: 24 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.99L 1970 Triumph Vitesse manual. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. A well presented Vitesse with a great history file...The Triumph Vitesse was introduced on 25th May 1962, resurrecting a name previously used by the Triumph Motor Company in the thirties, and was an in-line 6-cylinder performance version of the Triumph Herald small saloon. The Herald had been introduced on 22nd April 1959, and was an attractive two-door light car styled by the Italian designer Giovanni Michelotti. Within two years Triumph began to entertain thoughts about a small sporting saloon based on the Herald and, ideally, using stocks of their existing 6-cylinder engine. Michelotti was again approached for styling input, and he penned a delightfully balanced small car that utilised nearly all the body panels from the Herald, combined with a new front end with a slanted 4-headlamp design. ODO 6H was born on the 15th of April 1970 and spent most of its life in Lincolnshire with three owners. The car has been the subject of a significant amount of restoration over the last few years and looks like a shiny button with its smart red paintwork. The hood looks in good condition and the engine sounds as sweet as can be. There is quite a lot of history with the car including the original service booklet with seven stamps in it, the last being at 36,592 back in 1982. It also has its original handbook, along with a plethora of old tax discs, many original receipts for works done over the years and happily, its tool kit.  The Herald and the Vitesse are now back in fashion, particularly the convertibles and this pretty car is sure to be an excellent buy for its lucky new owner. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1990 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible

Lot # 203 (Sale Order: 25 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.343L 1990 Jaguar XJS Convertible automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 87/135. A stunning XJS convertible,This particular XJS was supplied new on the 1st of October 1990 by Stratstones, to Goldschmidt and Howland, a firm of London estate agents, and has been enjoyed by five owners who between them have clocked up 69,765 miles. It has a stamped service book up until May 1999, when it had covered 53,729 miles, and since then has receipts for work and services carried out, and just recently had all new rear suspension fitted. It has also had the bonnet gas struts replaced as these can fail with age.Today, this model is very much establishing itself as a most worthy latter-day classic, good examples being eagerly sought by enthusiasts of the marque. The Solent Blue metallic paintwork is generally good and the interior is inviting with the blue piped cream leather in good condition throughout, complimented beautifully by walnut veneer that has retained its colour well.The XJS will come to auction with a new MoT and has recently been serviced. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1994 BMW E34 M5 3.8

Lot # 204 (Sale Order: 26 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.8L 1994 BMW E34 M5 3.8 manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 108/135. A freshly restored E34 BMW M5 which has had thousands of pounds lavished on it...Presented in the great colour combination of Oxford Green with a black and green quilted leather interior. Between 1988 and 1995, E34 M5s were hand built at BMW in Garching, Germany and they were carefully assembled by a single 'M-Sport' employee or a dedicated team, and generally took about two weeks. In the second half of 1991, the S-38 straight-six engine displacement was increased to 3.8 litres with a resulting increase in power output to 335bhp, and this was the final development of an engine that could trace its origins back to BMW's Touring Car programme. A bare metal respray in its original Oxford Green was recently completed in February this year. The interior has obviously been the focus of extensive attention and the details are below. The engine was stripped and serviced with new belts, water pump, etc and the rocker covers were stripped and powder coated. A new upgraded clutch was fitted, new top of the range coil over suspension plus a full disc, pad and calliper upgrade. The rare original BMW 'Throwing Star' alloy wheels were fully refurbished and finished with Oxford Green centres. Further details of this M5's rejuvenation are in the Vendor's comments below. This car has covered 175,000 miles, which is supported by a huge history file with lots of old receipts and invoices, some old MoTs and all original BMW books and service records. Supplied with a fresh MoT Certificate valid until February 2017. Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 4/5, Transmission: 4/5, Running gear: 4/5, Electrics: 4/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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2000 Ducati 748 SPS

Lot # 205 (Sale Order: 27 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a .748L 2000 Ducati 748 SPS manual. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. Race Replica Ducati 748SPS.     The 748 SPS was the top end of the Ducati 748 road bike range in 2000, and had more extreme cams and a higher compression than its lesser 748 siblings. Its 104 bhp output was only just below the full-race 748R ridden to success in World Superbikes by James Toseland with HM Plant/Team Ducati. Ohlins rear suspension and a gorgeous aluminium rear subframe with a single seat fitted meant that this was a very focused sports bike. This Ducati 748 SPS was first registered in the UK in May 2000 and is a genuine UK supplied bike. It is MoT'd until August 2016 and the odometer is reading 10,800 miles which is backed up by its service history. The specification includes a full Termignoni exhaust system, gold Marchesini alloys, and the bike is finished with HM Plant/Team Ducati colours (graphics can be removed). Low production, limited import and special edition Ducatis, are generating more interest than any other sector in the classic bike world (apart from maybe eighties Japanese multis) and, as there are believed to be only 52 UK registered 748 SPS' left, this may be an excellent opportunity.      Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1951 Land Rover Series I 80 Inch

Lot # 206 (Sale Order: 28 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2L 1951 Land Rover Series I manual that has been with the current owner for the last 6 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 65/135. Wonderfully rustic daily driver, restore or keep as it is...The original Land Rover Series 1 was designed by Maurice Wilks and launched by the Rover Company of Solihull on 30th April 1948. It had an 80inch wheelbase and a sturdy box section ladder-frame chassis. The open back with 3 seats in the front design was heavily influenced by the American World War Two Willys Jeep and the Land Rover quickly became popular with both the army and the farming fraternity. This super 1951 'Landy' has the patina of good, regular use and the 2-litre petrol engine runs sweetly. Interestingly, it has the rare aluminium bulkhead and is one of the last original 80-inch Land Rovers produced before production changed to the 86-inch chassis. According to the Heritage Certificate, it was sold new by Caffyns Ltd of Maidstone on the 18th November 1951. Having resided in a superb private Land Rover collection, OKM 410 was by no means the ugly duckling, as the vendor wanted to keep it looking authentic. With just four former keepers this is a simple, unadulterated early car and would be at home on the farm, outside the pub or just doing Land Rover things.   Exterior: 2/5, Interior: 2/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1960 Ford Thunderbird

Lot # 207 (Sale Order: 29 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.7L 1960 Ford Thunderbird automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 90/135. The Thunderbird entered production for the 1955 model year as a sporty two-seat convertible. Unlike the Chevrolet Corvette, it was not marketed as a sports car, rather, Jonah Lucas Bender created a new market segment, the 'Personal Car', in which to position it. It was ordered from Pearson Ford Co. 1202, Broadway, San Diego, California, in November 1960, by Howard Hoffman for his wife Edna and he selected a number of options including Cruise-O-Matic, Magicaire heater, console radio, tinted glass, outside mirror, power driver's seat, power brakes and power steering. The chosen colour was Adriatic Green with a matching two-tone green interior. Total cost, as detailed on the original bill of sale, was $5010.76c less dealer discount of $643.00. Edna took delivery of the T-bird in late December. By late 1969, and having covered only 36,605 miles, it was considered an ‘Old-Bird' and laid to rest at the Hoffmans' residence and didn't get resurrected until 1980. Sporting a fresh coat of White paint, it was entered into the 'Vintage Thunderbird Club of America' Concours Awards in 1982, now showing 40,461 miles on the clock, and scored 287 points out of 300.‘USU 729' arrived in the UK in 1990, and was sold by a Dealer in Uxbridge to a Mr Stanley of Bedford. After featuring in Classic Car periodicals, the book ‘Ford T-Bird' and being seen at various shows, it was sold in 1991 having now covered 45,000 miles. The new owner continued bringing the car up to 'show standard' and reached the finals of the Classic American Car of the Year in 1993. Later that year the engine was  re-built by Holbay Engineering in Ipswich.After an appearance in the TV show ‘Lovejoy' in 1994, records indicate that it was sold to a Mr John Savage of Peterborough and he continued to show the car during the next 9 years. The current vendor has owned the car for two years now and has decided to let it go due to lack of usage. The car has an extensive history file including the original dealer order to the factory and the original bill of sale. The odometer at the time of consignment shows a mere 59,000 miles. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1978 Austin Mini 1275GT

Lot # 208 (Sale Order: 30 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.275L 1978 AUSTIN MORRIS MINI 1275 GT manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A rare 1275GT Mini...Of all the Mini variants manufactured, this must be one of the rarest on the roads today. The current vendor has owned this car for a year, and in that time has improved it considerably with a number of upgrades and finished his efforts off with a fresh coat of paint. The car has been well maintained over its life and has clearly had regular maintenance and minor repairs when necessary. It comes with a good history file and details of the car's full specification can be viewed at the sale. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1990 Lotus M100 Elan SE Turbo

Lot # 209 (Sale Order: 31 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.588L 1990 Lotus M100 Elan SE manual. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. The Lotus M100 Elan, launched in August 1989, was a two-seater, convertible sports car designed by Lotus, with a reliable Japanese engine and manual transmission supplied by Isuzu, and built with the development and testing resources of General Motors. Around £35 million was invested in its development, more than any other car in Lotus history. Its design, featuring a fibreglass composite body over a rigid steel backbone chassis, was true to Lotus founder Colin Chapman's original philosophy of achieving performance through low weight, and the name "Elan" connected the car with its 1960's ancestor, the original Lotus Elan. This particular 1990 model has an impeccable service record with a recent top end engine rebuild and also comes with the original bill of sale. There is no evidence of any 'reactions' in the paintwork and generally speaking the car presents very well indeed, belying its odometer reading of 119,070 miles. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1999 Rover Mini Paul Smith LE

Lot # 210 (Sale Order: 32 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.275L 1999 Rover Mini Paul Smith manual that has been with the current owner for the last 5 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 84/135. A rare classic 'Paul Smith' limited edition Rover Mini showing just 61,892 miles. This desirable, original UK supplied car is believed to be one of only 300 built by Rover for the UK market and is based on the Mini Sprite with the 1275cc engine fitted.  We are told this car has travelled very few miles since a respray in the correct shade of Paul Smith Blue late last summer, and naturally the bodywork was fully prepared prior to painting. Two brand new Falcon tyres on the front have been fitted and a fresh MoT certificate will be issued before the Auction with a March 2017 expiry. Owned by the vendor, a Mini enthusiast, for the last five years, this attractive Mini is said to drive and run as it should. The standard Rover multi-point fuel injection makes this an easy and reliable entry into classic Mini ownership, with the 1275 cc engine easily keeping up with modern traffic.  The Paul Smith refinements include unique Paul Smith Blue paintwork, black leather interior, magnolia dials, black and silver rose petal alloys, lime green details in the interior, boot and engine bay and the gold Paul Smith bonnet badge. A sound, clean and tidy 'limited edition' Mini in an amazing colour. Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1950 Jaguar Mk V 3.5

Lot # 211 (Sale Order: 33 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.5L 1950 Jaguar MkV manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 75/135. This 1950 Jaguar Mark V was produced on the 26th June and exported to Australia on the 30th of June to Dominion Motors, Adelaide. Powered by a Jaguar 3.5 litre six-cylinder engine and manual transmission, the car boasts a well-patinated biscuit leather interior and acres of wood. Owned by an Australian gentleman for the last eighteen years, it has been well maintained, and used for the occasional wedding, such is the condition of the car. Showing an odometer reading of 16,454, the engine was rebuilt some years ago and has completed a mere 2,000 miles since. Some receipts are available for recent servicing work undertaken in Australia by a well known Jaguar dealer, and the car sits on new white-wall tyres. The Jaguar Production Trace/Heritage Certificate is supplied with the car and it has NOVA certification and is, therefore, ready for the new owner to register it with the DVLA. This stately Jaguar shows good panels and paintwork, and thanks to its engine rebuild is on the button. Lovely Fifties styling, two-tone paintwork and whitewalls with a delectable Thirties, almost Deco, interior. As a distinctive and stylish alternative to a contemporary Bentley, this car is a rare sight on British roads.     Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 2/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1989 Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth - ex Top Gear

Lot # 212 (Sale Order: 34 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.0L 1989 FORD Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth manual coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. As driven by Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear in 2010. The original Ford Sierra RS Cosworth was the first Ford to wear the Cosworth badge and was introduced at the 1985 Geneva Motor Show as a means of homologating the Sierra for Group A Touring Car racing. The second generation 4-door, Sierra Sapphire Cosworth was assembled in Genk, Belgium, with the UK-built Ford-Cosworth YBB engine. The Sapphire Cosworth was based on a different shell to the original three-door Cossie, and along with its more discrete rear wing, recorded a drag coefficient of 0.33, allowing it to register slightly better performance figures with a top speed of 150 mph and 0-60 in 6.1 seconds compared to the original Cosworth. Famously driven by Jeremy Clarkson during one of their notable challenges, this Cosworth was bathed in glory, and performed (rarely for a Top Gear challenge) as it should. The clip below shows Clarkson's delight that, even at twenty-one years old it could achieve 142mph on the Autobahn, just 8mph less than when new. Presented today with 81,000 miles and what appears to be the original stainless steel exhaust, the car has a box full of history and a fresh MoT issued with no advisories until March 2017. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1973 MGB GT 1800

Lot # 213 (Sale Order: 35 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.8L 1973 MG BGT 1800 manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A cheerful restored MGB GT with overdrive. Finished in Vermillion with Rostyle wheels. Offered with a fresh MoT certificate valid until February 2017 and serviced before Auction, this 1973 MGB GT has had a recent refresh and is believed to have been restored some 4 years ago. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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2005 Maserati Quattroporte V - Ex Elton John

Lot # 214 (Sale Order: 36 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 4.2L 2005 MASERATI QUATTROPORTE V automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. Ordered new by Sir Elton John…A wonderfully rare opportunity to buy an example of Italian exotica that goes like a rocket, man. The Verde (green) paintwork perfectly compliments the Cuoio (biscuit) leather interior with rosewood veneer, ordered new by Sir Elton 'fully loaded'. The list of extras is no sacrifice at all, including rear DVD player and screen, games input, two headphones, remote control and six CD autochanger. A copy of the V5 shows Sir Elton John, with the current number plate, as the original owner, registered to his London address.  There is also the original Maserati welcome letter to 'Mr John' together with an unused personal 24hr concierge members card with Sir Elton's name on it. Also included are a personal gift of matching leather covered key tray, tool kit, gloves and car cover. The car garnered extensive national press at the time of sale in 2010, after five years of ownership by the legendary artist and the press cuttings are also included in the history file. With a mere 28,000 miles indicated, the car will be offered freshly serviced and MoTd until January 2017. There’s something about the way this car looks at night, and the vendor should still be standing as he waves goodbye along the yellow brick road to the auction rostrum. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 5/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1993 Volkswagen T4 Westfalia Camper

Lot # 215 (Sale Order: 37 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.4L 1993 Volkswagen T4 Westfalia Camper manual that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 108/135. A lavishly restored Volkswagen T4 Westfalia Camper, benefiting from a large amount of recent expenditure. This left-hand drive 2.4 Diesel Volkswagen Camper has been fully restored by its fastidious owner over the last 12 months with no expense spared. Work carried out includes: Full bare-metal strip and respray in original Westfalia green. Upgraded front splitter/spoiler, extended rear bumper spats, fully colour coded rear hatch spoiler, upgraded 18 inch Mercedes AMG alloy wheels with nearly new tyres all round, all new VW door seals, brand new imported from VW in Germany 3 window canvas pop-top roof lining, fully colour coded Westfalia side awning, fully upgraded L.E.D front headlights and rear light clusters, brand new shocks all round, brand new brake discs and pads, original large Westfalia Porsche callipers sent away and fully refurbished, engine fully stripped and original VW parts replaced including water pump, fuel pump, new sump, all new gaskets, all new belts replaced as well as fully serviced before being put back together, brand new original VW bottom engine tray/stoneguard, full interior removed and fully re-upholstered in black with green Bentley stitch including both front swivel captains chairs and full rear rock and roll bed, full removal of interior cupboards and fully refurbished in a matching gloss black and grey contrast. All the original interior curtains along with pop-top double bed are said to be in very good condition. Front cab area fully carpeted, front dash area is described as being in lovely condition with no damage and has been upgraded with a lovely walnut frontage with a matching walnut steering wheel. All electrics work with no issues whatsoever including radio/CD player which has speakers front and rear for surround sound. It also has its original Westfalia security lock-box and key. All cooking facilities are original with 2  paraffin style burners. In addition, there is a very handy Westfalia cool box built in which holds bottles of beer. All the Westfalia internal digital systems are again working correctly. Full dual-heating system again working correctly including front cab area heaters and separate rear living area heaters. There is a huge history file since being imported in 2009 including old invoices, receipts, etc and also contains its original Westfalia documentation and instruction booklets (in German of course). Reading 312,942 kilometres, this Camper will be supplied with a fresh MoT certificate before the sale. Please note the private number plate J17 TUR will be retained by the vendor and put on retention. Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 4/5, Transmission: 4/5, Running gear: 4/5, Electrics: 4/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1988 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible

Lot # 216 (Sale Order: 38 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.3L 1988 Jaguar XJS Convertible automatic. Coming with no history file, this lot's condition scores 55/135. Grace and pace, with the top down...Sourced from a private collection. This XJS was initially purchased as an ongoing project however other projects took priority and this LPG converted XJS is now for sale on a No Reserve basis. We are all aware that the XJS has now turned the corner in terms of the financial viability of restoring them and this is a basically sound car and at 'No Reserve' may be a great buy and a chance for someone to deservedly return this 'Big Cat' to the road. Exterior: 2/5, Interior: 2/5, Engine: 2/5, Transmission: 2/5, Running gear: 2/5, Electrics: 2/5, Vehicle history: 1/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1963 Hotchkiss M201 "La Jeep"

Lot # 217 (Sale Order: 39 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.2L 1963 Hotchkiss M201 manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. Amazing value "retro-modded" Jeep...The Hotchkiss M201 was the standard light transport vehicle used by the French army from shortly after the war until well into the 1980s. It started as a World War II Jeep, built under licence and in many respects was little changed forty years later. In France, it is usually simply called "La Jeep". Hotchkiss, a French car company had by now built up a reasonable understanding of these vehicles, having been the supplier of manufactured spare parts to the Maltournée based assembly operation, and having also itself been producing Jeeps, primarily for civilian use under licence from Willys. In 1955, 465 Jeeps were produced, and these were called Hotchkiss Licence MBs. From 1956, the vehicle was known simply as the Hotchkiss M201. This 1962 example has been owned by our vendor since 2005 and maintained by his private mechanic who has 'retro-modded' La Jeep to include the accessories of a WWII-era Willys. Cosmetically near identical to its Willys forebear, La Jeep has a sweet running 2.2 litre four cylinder petrol engine and is showing 63,000 kilometres. A relative bargain, at this guide price, compared to its Willys counterpart, La Jeep is itching to join the fray at local car shows or be used in film and TV, as it has been before.   Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1979 Mazda RX-7

Lot # 218 (Sale Order: 40 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.2L 1979 Mazda RX-7 manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. An incredibly rare RX-7 from a thirty-six year ownership...The original RX-7 was a sports car with pop-up headlamps and the legendary compact and lightweight Wankel rotary engine is situated slightly behind the front axle, a configuration marketed by Mazda as "front mid-engine". It was offered as a two-seat coupé, with optional 'occasional' rear seats in Japan, Australia, the United States, and other parts of the world. The rear seats were initially marketed as dealer-installed. The RX-7 made Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list five times. Owned since virtually new, the car was first registered on 1st September 1979 and bought by our vendor, it's second and only keeper, on the 29th May 1980. During the early months of ownership, a persistent engine niggle could not be solved by the British Mazda mechanics, unfamiliar with the rotary engine, so the car spent some three months in the dealership getting the problem sorted. Upon collection of the now fixed RX-7 our vendor actually walked past his own car, the dealer, as a thank you for our vendor's patience, had fitted a factory body kit and racing stripes. Presenting today in near time-warp condition and showing just 35,000 on the odometer. The car is a must for any enthusiast, with the ideal combination of being one of the first UK RX-7s, long ownership and low miles. With a fresh MoT until February 2017 and a Mechanic's Report on the car claiming it is the best they have ever seen.   Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1987 Ford Capri 2.8i Special

Lot # 219 (Sale Order: 41 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.8L 1987 Ford Capri 2.8i Special manual that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 90/135. Capri, the car you always promised yourself...This wonderfully presented 2.8i Special has had nearly £18,000 lavished on it to bring it up to this standard. It's only had two previous owners and is on an 'E' plate, relatively rare as production ceased during that year. The work commenced on the car after coming out of a two-year hibernation with a £2,000 bill (with the car) from Tickover of Dartford to deal with all the mechanical aspects necessary to put it back on the road. The next stage was to thoroughly sort the bodywork with new metal where required and then fit the dramatic Cartel body kit and a serious Cosworth spoiler. It was then treated to enough coats of black paint to produce the sort of deep glossy shine you see here and finished off with a set of Brooklands alloy wheels. The interior has been completely retrimmed in Cream Leather with perforated Black Leather highlights and this work was carried out by Frank Dale, the Rolls-Royce specialist and coachbuilder, to an amazing standard. This is an extensively and expensively restored Capri with a distinctive 'look' that is sure to turn heads wherever it goes. Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1986 BMW 628 CSI AUTO

Lot # 220 (Sale Order: 42 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.8 L 1986 BMW 628 CSi automatic. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. The iconic 'shark nose' BMW 6 Series. Introduced in 1979, the 6 Series was extensively updated from 1982 and although externally very similar, models manufactured from then until the end of production in 1987 were now built on the E28 5 Series floor pan. The turbine smooth, 2.8-litre straight-six produced a very reasonable 185 brake horsepower and the 628 is still quick enough to have a lot of fun. This particular car is in the great eighties colour combination of White with Blue leather, and the interior shows good patina for its 105,065 miles. The 628 comes with its original handbooks and a fully stamped service book by BMW main dealers up until 1997 with specialists to date. When properly set up with the correct tyre pressures these 628s are so much sweeter to drive than the 633 or the 'portly' 635. This car would make a lovely entry level into Six Series ownership and is on the button with an MoT until July 2016. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1988 Porsche 928 S4 Auto

Lot # 221 (Sale Order: 43 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.0L 1988 Porsche 928 S4 automatic. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. A well maintained 1988 Porsche 928 S4. The Porsche 928 is a luxury GT produced by Porsche AG of Germany from 1978 to 1995. Originally intended to replace the company's well-known and famed 911, the 928 combined the power, poise, and handling of a sports car with the refinement, comfort, and equipment of a luxury grand tourer. The 928 has the distinction of being the company's only coupé powered by a front-mounted V8 engine, and the company's first production V8 powered model. This car, registration number '928 DBX', was originally sold by Dick Lovett, and is supplied with a detailed history file, with some fourteen previous MoT certificates present and original service record book showing an impressive twenty stamps in the book. There is an invoice in the history file showing the car had a reported £1,976.00 spent on it last March (2016) by the present vendor at Paragon Porsche Specialists, including an annual Service, repairs to the centre exhaust and replace the ABS pump unit and ABS ECU.  This classic Porsche must be of consideration to anyone in the market for a long-legged GT, and will be presented at auction with a fresh MoT certificate valid until February 2017.   Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 4/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1991 Vauxhall Astra GTE MkII 2.0

Lot # 222 (Sale Order: 44 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.0L 1991 Vauxhall Astra GTE Mk 2 manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 83/135. Owned by one family from new, Vauxhall Astra GTE. A rare find indeed, especially in this condition and with an odometer reading of just 42,000. This GTE proudly displays its original dealer plates and rear window supplying dealer sticker. It was owned by the current vendor's grandfather before being passed down to him, and has been enjoyed by just the two owners. The car was stored in 2003 and has not been used since, however an amount of re-commissioning will be completed prior to the auction and the car will be offered with an MoT. The condition is superb for its age and it surely deserves to be back on the road. An interesting alternative to an RS Escort perhaps? Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1992 TVR 4.0 V8S

Lot # 223 (Sale Order: 45 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 4.0L 1992 TVR V8S manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. Becoming increasingly rare, this TVR V8S is a fabulous 90's British sports car.  The TVR 'S' Series was announced at the 1986 British International Motor Show, and as a result of a really positive response, the car went into production in less than 12 months with 250 orders confirmed before any cars started rolling out of the big doors that front Bristol Avenue in Blackpool. This was Peter Wheeler's first major development since buying the company from Martin Lilley, and the turning point in TVR's fortunes, and consequently these became very important cars in the history of TVR.  The ultimate incarnation of the 'S' was the 'V8S, a 240bhp TVR-tweaked 3.9-litre Rover powered monster that provided Ferrari-beating pace when it hit the streets in 1991. Only 410 were made out of a total production run of over 2,600 cars, and just 28 TVR V8S' remained licenced on the road last year in the UK.  This particular V8S was supplied new by Clive Greenhalgh at Team Central TVR Sports Cars. Presented in Metallic Silver with an attractive navy blue roof, grey leather seats with light grey piping, and finished with matching light grey carpets and a walnut dash. This TVR is fitted with an Alpine CD player with uprated speakers. The alloy wheels have recently been shod with brand new tires. Current mileage is  just over 70,000. The underneath was 'Waxoyled' in December 2015 and the car had a 6,000mile service around the same time. Supplied with a substantial amount of history, 2 sets of keys and a full MoT expiring in January 2017.   Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1973 VW Beetle 1303S

Lot # 224 (Sale Order: 46 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.6L 1973 Volkswagen 1303 S Beetle manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A great everyday usable Beetle...This remarkable VW has been with its current owner for some 30 years, and the time has now come for someone else to enjoy this happy little car. It has benefitted from an engine rebuild some 20,000 miles ago and, at the time, was slightly upgraded to a Stage 1 specification which included larger valves, twin choke carburettor and a free flow exhaust. Most of the original ancillaries will be supplied with the car should the new owner wish to put the car back to its original state. It had a 'glass out' respray back in 1997 and still looks good today. There is little doubt that this brightly coloured Beetle will give many more pleasurable miles. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1971 Jaguar E Type V12 Series III Auto Coupe 2+2

Lot # 225 (Sale Order: 47 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.3L 1971 jaguar E-Type Series III V12 2+2 Coupe automatic that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 80/135. A beautiful Series III E-Type...According to the Jaguar Heritage Certificate, this 1971 example was first supplied to a gentleman in Bournemouth by Henlys, the main dealership and the car was subsequently shipped out to Italy in 2009. It passed through the hands of three significant owners whilst over in Italy, one being Dario Luraghi, the son of the president of Alfa Romeo from 1960 to 1974. The car was purchased by the vendor whilst out in Italy last year and exported back to the UK. It was promptly sent to J-Cat, Independent Jaguar Specialists in Norwich and, after a thorough inspection, a programme of works was undertaken to make it ready for UK roads.  An MoT was issued in October 2015 and certain upgrades were made to enhance the driving experience. Whilst out in Italy, OGL 220 took part in the 500 Miglia Tour around the country, and there are some interesting pictures available showing this. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1977 BMW 633 CSI

Lot # 226 (Sale Order: 48 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.3L 1977 BMW 633 CSI manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A UK supplied manual BMW 633 CSI...This classic 38-year-old BMW has the Karman M-Sport body kit fitted, original engine and factory fitted sunroof. The vendor informs us that he spent in the region of £5,000 last year on the car on various suspension components, new brakes and new tyres. The engine was previously rebuilt at 95,000 miles at Bridgegate BMW in Derby where they have records of all their input into this lovely old 'Beemer' with copies in the car's comprehensive history file. The 633 was imported in far smaller numbers than its bigger brother the 635, however, those in the know will tell you that they were a delight to drive, slightly better balanced, and probably a bit quicker across country than the succeeding 3.5 litre.   Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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2003 Mini Cooper 1.6

Lot # 227 (Sale Order: 49 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.6L 2003 Mini Cooper manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 80/135. A dazzling Mini Cooper with the desirable Chilli Pack and Panoramic roof.  This 2003 Mini Cooper 1.6 five-speed manual three-door hatchback was first registered in October 2003 and is showing 87,000 miles. Specification includes electric windows and air conditioning. Presented to Auction with a valid MoT until January 2017, this super little car really looks the part with its great colour scheme, big wheels and registration number T300DMX, offered with no reserve...sounds tempting? Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1952 Land Rover Series I 80 Inch Restored

Lot # 228 (Sale Order: 50 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2L 1952 Land Rover Series I 80 Inch manual that has been with the current owner for the last 9 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 80/135. A restored two owner Series I 80 inch in super condition...When Maurice Wilks, Rover's chief designer, came up with a plan to produce a light agricultural utility vehicle in 1947 he would have no idea that his design would become an icon and launch a whole new industry sector. The original Land Rover was presented in Sage Green with a canvas roof and revolutionised rural transport. As an engineering marvel it can still outstrip its modern counterparts, and the Series I rightly belongs in the Motoring Hall of Fame. Hugely successful globally, improvements were made throughout the production run. In 1950, the lights moved from a position behind the grill to protrude through the grill and in 1952 a larger 2.0-litre petrol engine replaced the original 1.6 litre. First registered on the 10th August 1952, this super example comes from a private collection of historically significant Land Rovers that includes an early side plate example and a Tickford. Complete with "buff log book" the extensive body-off restoration was based around a new chassis, supplied by the Series I Club, and a new bulkhead. A Heritage Certificate has been applied for and should be with us for the auction. This, 2-litre petrol car has been with the current owner since 2007 and is a must for any collector or first time Land Rover owner wanting an 'on the button' and well presented Landy.    Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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