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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1990 Lancia Delta Integrale 16v Turbo

Lot # 229 (Sale Order: 51 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.0L 1990 Lancia Delta Integrale 4x4 16v Turbo manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 79/135. An adrenalin pumping Integrale 16v...Despite the fact that the 8 valve Integrale had dominated the 1988 World Rally Championship, Lancia knew that further upgrades, and particularly more power, were needed to keep the car competitive with newer rivals. Accordingly, the extensively developed 16 valve car appeared a short time later, and made a winning debut on the 1989 San Remo Rally. The 16v Integrale was launched at the 1989 Geneva Motor Show and the new car could be distinguished from its predecessor by the raised bonnet centre section to accommodate the, slightly taller, 16 valve engine. Other visible exterior changes were wider wheels and tyres and new identity badges front and rear. The torque split was changed to 47% front and 53% rear to give the car better handling characteristics. This is the one to have, with 16 valves and painted bright red. The car has come from Italy and has with it a complete, original book pack with the handbook and original service book that has six recorded stamps in it. The car has only covered 78,365 kms (48,693 miles) and has had a cambelt change documented at 70,000 kms.(43,496). It has recently had an oil change over here with an MoT until December 2016 and will be ready for its first UK owner once sold.  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 Triumph Stag Mk II 3.0 V8 Manual

Lot # 230 (Sale Order: 52 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.0L 1978 Triumph Stag manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 77/135. A lovely Mk.II Triumph Stag in gleaming white. The Triumph Stag was a smooth, seventies British sports-tourer in an Italian overcoat. This attractive white Mk II is an end of line, 1978 car is reading 77,360 miles and presents well in arguably the best colour combination with its beige leather seats and matt wood veneer. The capable 3.0 V8 engine is perfectly matched to the manual gearbox, complete with overdrive. The engine and suspension have had significant attention with many new parts fitted in the past twelve months. Offered with both soft and hard tops, this sensibly guided Stag could be sitting outside your local pub on a sunny spring evening. This car arrives at Auction freshly serviced and a new MoT issued 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: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1996 Jaguar XJ6 ( X300 )

Lot # 231 (Sale Order: 53 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.2L 1996 JAGUAR XJ6 (X300) automatic that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 96/135. An elegant Jaguar XJ in superb condition.    The Jaguar XJ (X300) was manufactured between 1994 and 1997 and was the first XJ produced entirely under Ford ownership. The design of the X300 can be considered an evolution of the outgoing XJ40 generation and placed an emphasis on better build quality, improved reliability, and a return to traditional Jaguar styling elements. This car was produced in 1996 and has covered a mere 19,200 miles since then and is barely 'run in'. The first owner had the car from new until last year when the current vendor purchased it and he has used it lightly ever since. The car does have some history and there is evidence from MoTs that the mileage may well be correct, and the general condition of the car, particularly the interior, appears to confirm this. The underside we are told is as clean as the top and the car drives like it should with smooth gear changes. N58 PJT will come into the auction with a fresh service and the book stamped. The acres of wood and mushroom coloured leather perfectly compliments the Dark Blue bodywork, a lovely colour combination for an XJ. The owner of this XJ has rated his car at 96/135, and we would not have argued if he had gone a bit higher.   Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 4/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 4/5, 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 Mercedes-Benz 500E Saloon

Lot # 232 (Sale Order: 54 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.0L 1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 E automatic. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A well presented, left-hand drive, Mercedes 500E indicating 59,527 kms (37,000miles). Having been imported some two years ago, this 5.0-litre sporting saloon from the 90s is now offered for sale. It's accompanied by its original maintenance record booklet which supports the indicated mileage and is supplied with a fresh MoT certificate valid until February 2017. This car presents well and looks very diplomatic in Mercedes Black. These early 90's 500Es are competent fast saloons and are normally very well specified with lots of creature comforts.They are comparatively rare in the UK as 5litre cars were in limited demand during the 'exchange rate' financial crisis of 92/93. 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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1991 Toyota MK3 Supra Turbo Manual

Lot # 233 (Sale Order: 55 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.0 L 1991 Toyota MK3 Supra Turbo 5 speed manual 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, rare manual, UK supplied Toyota Supra Turbo...Produced by the Toyota Motor Corporation from 1978 to 2002, the styling of the Toyota Supra had evolved from the Celica, but was both longer and wider and, from 1986, the prefix Celica was dropped and the car was just known as the Supra. First registered in the UK in March 1991, this car has had four registered owners with the last owner purchasing it directly from Toyota and storing it for 10 years in her heated garage before selling it to our vendor. Just prior to the sale the exhaust was replaced with a complete original Toyota system. The car has now been restored by the vendor and this work included a bare metal respray in Toyota Red, a full brake upgrade with discs, pads and callipers and the alloy wheels were refurbed and new tyres fitted. With an indicated 115,000 miles this lovely Supra Turbo is presented to auction with a current MoT until January 2016 and a large history file. These manual Supra Turbos are quick cars and are becoming quite rare.   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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1977 Ford Escort RS 2000

Lot # 234 (Sale Order: 56 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.0L 1977 Ford Escort RS 2000 manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with no history file, this lot's condition scores 79/135. This 1977 Escort RS 2000, 5-speed manual is described by the vendor as clean inside and out and was first registered in the UK in April 1982, having been originally supplied new to Northen Ireland. Recently returned to the road after 10 years in storage, this car has covered 103,467 miles and is supplied with a valid MoT certificate issued with no advisories until January 2017. We are told the car recently had a full brake overhaul and rebuild with new parts where needed. Sitting on Minilite alloys it is said to drive as it should and pulls well in all gears, however, the vendor recommends that the car would benefit from a major service in the near future. The bodywork is described as having scope for further refurbishment and this is reflected in the suggested price.  Sensibly guided, this RS 2000 represents an excellent opportunity to acquire a model that is now gaining momentum in the collector's market. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 1/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1961 MGA Coupe

Lot # 235 (Sale Order: 57 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.6L 1961 MG A manual that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 80/135. A charming 1961 MGA Coupé with lovely patina offered with scope for future refurbishment. This UK supplied, right-hand drive car was first registered in January 1961 and has a certain honest charm and a lovely original feel to it. Showing 97,869 miles the car is presented to auction with a fresh MoT certificate valid until February 2017. Sensibly guided, this classic British sports car represents an excellent opportunity to acquire a model that continues to gain momentum in the collectors market. 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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2002 TVR TAMORA

Lot # 236 (Sale Order: 58 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.6L 2002 TVR TAMORA manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 84/135. Ready for some summer fun...The Tamora was built from 2002 by TVR, filling the gap left by the company's Chimaera and Griffith models. Designed by Lee Hodgetts and Darren Hobbs, it was the entry-level model in the TVR range priced at £43,460. Fitted with TVR's in-house 'Speed Six', a DOHC 3605 cc six-cylinder engine rated at 350bhp at 7200 rpm and, mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. According to 'Autocar' magazine, the Tamora is capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds, and completes the quarter mile in 13.6 seconds at 114 mph, with a top speed of over 170 mph. This gleaming example in black with contrasting light grey and black leather shows just under 30,000 miles and has a full service history, two spare keys and an MoT until November 2016. In production for just under 4 years and succeeded by the T350, the Tamora is quite a rare beastie and as one of the last TVRs, this Tamora has future classic written all over it.   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 BMW E30 320i

Lot # 237 (Sale Order: 59 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.0L 1987 BMW E30 320i 4dr Saloon automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 79/135. A hugely important car range for BMW and an enduring success even to this day, the E30 generation cemented BMW as the market leader in the medium sector globally. With a range of saloons, coupes, estates and convertibles available in both 4 and 6 cylinder engines, this was the car to be seen in during the 1980s. The 6-cylinder M20 2 litre or 2.5 was one of BMW's finest moments, its turbine-like smoothness and rear wheel drive delivery was a driver's delight. On the road D88 RGJ is reported to feel very tight and composed, with the M20 2.0ltr straight six engine, the power feeds in with ease through the automatic  transmission and is super smooth. Likewise, the suspension is reported to emit no creaks or groans and rides beautifully. Finished in Luxor beige, the shut lines are narrow and consistent throughout and all panels have a deep mirror like finish. Inside, the E30 cabin is small but perfectly formed, dashboard ergonomics are superb, seating is excellent, and the vendor reports all gauges to work without fault. According to paperwork on file, this car has only travelled just under 10,000 miles in the last 10 years and only recently had a cambelt change by Chandlers BMW around 4,500 miles ago. The speedometer reading of 90,200 is warranted and the car comes with its original BMW dealer handbook pack, V5 log book, and a new MoT certificate. In 1992, time was called on one of the defining cars of a generation, after a run of nearly 2.3 million the book was closed on a motoring legend. Completely original cars such as this are few and far between, grab a good one now as prices are on the rise.     Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 4/5, Transmission: 4/5, Running gear: 4/5, Electrics: 4/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1973 Triumph TR6

Lot # 238 (Sale Order: 60 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.5L 1973 Triumph TR6 manual. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. British classic top-down motoring at its finest...The Triumph TR6, built from 1968 to 76 was a British six-cylinder sports car and the best-seller of the Triumph TR range when production ended in July 1976 and this record was only surpassed by the TR7. Of the 94,619 TR6s produced, 86,249 were exported with only 8,370 sold in the UK and current data shows that just 2,723 remain on British roads. Previously restored, this fuel injected example shows an odometer reading of 82,500 miles with an MoT until August 2016 and four new Avon tyres. It will make an ideal Spring project should the buyer want to go as far as preparing a car to 'Concours' standards, but is currently a great usable classic.   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 Volkswagen Type 2 Devon Conversion Camper Van - Rare twin Slider

Lot # 239 (Sale Order: 61 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.0 L 1979 Volkswagen Type 2 Camper van - rare twin slider (VW Camper) manual that has been with the current owner for the last 8 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 101/135. An attractive right-hand drive, twin-slider T2 Camper Van. We are told this Camper has many rare features including all its original glass which is unusual with a full Devon conversion. In addition, it's fitted with twin sliding doors with a full camper conversion which is a rare combination.  Supplied with a fresh MoT certificate valid until March 2017, the vendor believes this VW Camper to be mechanically very, very good, an opinion confirmed by the team at Voodoo Works VWs, experts in these vehicles. Externally this Camper is excellent, having been fully rebuilt in 2007 with the paintwork refreshed in 2014, and recently enjoyed taking pride of place on the club stand at the Classic Car Show. Finished in White over Golden Yellow, it's as bright as a Free Range Egg. Owned by the current vendor for some 8 years, he has made a point of putting it into storage each Winter to ensure that it remains snug and dry. There are folders full of history relating to the car including receipts for work carried out, regular maintenance and photos of the original conversion. Described as a very practical classic and definitely 'cool', this cracking little VW has been to Cornwall and back many times and has proved completely reliable.  Headline features are: Very Rare Twin Slider Van Leisure Battery Full bodywork overhaul and respray in July 2014 by Voodoo Works (Nick @ Marsh Farm) Full storage and wardrobe Fully Rebuilt 2l Flat Four Engine (Drives Perfectly) Petrol built-in heater (I haven't used this in a couple of years so would recommend a service before using) Retro vinyl covered front seats 24v hook up Rock and Roll Bed with lap belts 2x 12v power outlets Original wheels with chrome hubcaps Extra Air intake and oil pressure gauges Pop Top Central Table 2 Ring Stove 5 internal lights Grill Toilet facilities Pioneer CD System Sink and Water Pump Fridge (Runs on Gas and Electrics)   Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 4/5, Transmission: 4/5, Running gear: 4/5, Electrics: 4/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1972 Rover 2000SC

Lot # 240 (Sale Order: 62 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.0L 1972 Rover 2000 SC manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. On its introduction in late 1963, the Rover 2000 was regarded with disbelief. Apart from its amazing looks, it was technically innovative with a De Dion Tube, inboard discs, full synchromesh gearbox and 'unibody' construction and was unlike anything else, apart from the Citroen DS19 from which it had 'borrowed' a few ideas. The interior was also completely unfamiliar with its strange dashboard with a 'linear' speedo and toggle switches. Hard to believe that the design is nearly 55 years old and sadly, this turned out to be one of the last proper Rovers. They are becoming increasingly rare on today's roads, especially in what appears to be original condition, and that's why this two owner, Series II, 2000SC is such a pleasant surprise. It has covered a mere 60,000 miles from its birth in 1972 and has 30 old MoTs to back this fact up. It comes with its original handbook and some receipts but more recently the current vendor treated the Rover to a full stainless steel exhaust and some period correct, new tyres. The black leather interior is in great order and it wouldn't take much to return this car to a super example of ground-breaking thinking from the British car industry. 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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1966 Mercedes-Benz 230S Fintail

Lot # 241 (Sale Order: 63 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2300L 1966 Mercedes 230S Fintail manual. Coming with no history file, this lot's condition scores 79/135. The futuristic looking 'Fintail. ... In Summer 1965, the new Mercedes-Benz W108 sedan was launched and production of the first generation of W111s ended. Earlier in May, Mercedes-Benz gave its budget-range W110 Series a major facelift, opting to continue producing the W111 as a new model 230S. The previously 4-cylinder W110, received a 6-cylinder but was practically identical in terms of chassis and drivetrain. The 230S became a flagship model of the Mercedes-Benz mid-range cars, effectively predecessors to today's E-class.The 230S was visually identical to the 220S, with a modernised 2306 cm3 M180 engine with twin Zenith carburettors producing 120 horsepower at 5400 rpm. Top speed 176 km/h (109 mph) (174 km/h (108 mph) on auto), acceleration 13 seconds (15 on auto). In this final configuration, a total of 41,107 cars were built through January 1968, when the last of 4-door 'fintails' left the production line. Between 1959 and 1968 a total of 337,803 W111s were builtThis particular car has come back to our shores from South Africa as a fresh import and really does look stunning with its deep black coachwork and contrasting red leather upholstery. The car is showing 116,000 miles which looks to be correct but cannot be warranted. It has not yet been registered in the UK, so the new owner will be the first on the log book. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 1/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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2000 Ford F-150 Lightning SVT Pickup

Lot # 242 (Sale Order: 64 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.4L 2000 Ford F-150 Lightning SVT Pickup automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 92/135. A fabulous Ford F-150 Lightning SVT Pick-Up reading just 53,200 miles... Introduced in 1948, the F-Series was the first post-war truck design from Ford, and for the first time was no longer based upon an existing car chassis, but on a dedicated truck platform. The F-150 is the biggest selling car in American history, with some 30,000,000 units sold and with one new car being sold every 25 seconds, however, it's still a relatively rare sight on British roads. This well presented left-hand drive pick up was imported into the UK in 2012 and has the private UK registration number J20 SVT. Specification includes a limited slip differential, Eaton supercharger, Alcantara and leather seats, and a Leer fibreglass rear bed tonneau cover in matching colour. We are told a recent oil service was carried out with new plugs, oil, air and fuel filters, front brake pads and at the same time, new electric door mirrors were fitted. The original handbook, service schedule and wallet together with a copy of the original build sheet are present. This pick-up has been owned by the current owner for two years and is described as being in good all round condition. A good looking 'truck' and just a bit different.   Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 4/5, 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 Ford Orion 1.4L

Lot # 243 (Sale Order: 65 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.4L 1990 Ford Orion L manual. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 86/135. A 31,000 mile Ford Orion!This Orion was first supplied to a gentleman in Rugby in 1990 and stayed with him for most of its life until the current vendor purchased it a couple of years ago to add to a private collection. The car is showing just under 31,000 miles and has all its handbooks including the all important service booklet which shows the appropriate stamps, with the last being 29,339 in March 2010. Supplied with a fresh MoT and ready to roll, this car is barely 'run in' and does sound very sweet indeed. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 4/5, 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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1939 Fiat Topolino - Ex Duke of Westminster

Lot # 244 (Sale Order: 66 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 569L 1939 Fiat Topolino manual 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 remarkable 1939 Fiat Topolino with right-hand drive and only 1,593 miles indicated. This quirky little Fiat was born on the 14th of September 1939 and was ordered new by the second Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor, and subsequently registered at the Westminster family seat Eaton Hall in Cheshire. It was transferred to his Dublin estate during World War II, and then shipped back to Eaton Hall after the war. Upon the Duke's death in 1953, the car was transferred to the Dowager Duchess and remained part of the family until 1986 when the current vendor came across it. These facts are confirmed within the original 'Buff Logbook' which is supplied with the car. Under our vendor's care, the little Fiat was duly stripped and had a restoration that included a rebuild of the engine. The car is said to drive well, and with its rare Ducal provenance, will make a great addition to anyone's collection and would be welcome anywhere. 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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1987 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE

Lot # 245 (Sale Order: 67 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.0L 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE automatic. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A well maintained Mercedes 300 SE Auto, showing in excess of 20 stamps in its original Mercedes-Benz maintenance booklet. Introduced in September 1979, the W126 Series was the successor to the W116 and was Mercedes-Benz' flagship range for the next few years. The W126 was the second generation of the Mercedes-Benz flagship to officially bear the S-Class name referring to Sonderklasse or "special class and had a twelve-year production run between 1979 and 1991, the longest of any S-Class generation since the mid-1950s. First registered in June 1987, this handsome W126 Mercedes has had just 3 registered keepers from new, with two believed to be from the same family. Described as being in near 'time warp condition' by the vendor, this exciting car is is reading 145,000 miles and will be presented at auction with a fresh MoT certificate valid until February 2017. Offered with no reserve. 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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TVR Tuscan 4.0 Speed Six

Lot # 246 (Sale Order: 68 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 4.0L 2001 TVR Tuscan manual that has been with the current owner for the last 3 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 107/135. A handsome TVR Tuscan showing a mere 14,100 miles... Owned by our vendor for the last three years. This exciting car has twelve stamps in the service book, with the 12th at 12,000 miles in April 2015 at Kerridges of Stowmarket, an established TVR specialist. This TVR Tuscan 4.0 Speed Six is finished in Smoked Titanium with matching Nimbus grey upholstery, and dark blue carpets. Presented to auction with a fresh MoT and sensibly guided, this low mileage car represents an excellent opportunity to acquire a model that is now gaining momentum in the collector's market.   Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 4/5, Transmission: 4/5, Running gear: 4/5, Electrics: 4/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1991 BMW 850i E31 V12 Automatic

Lot # 247 (Sale Order: 69 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.0L 1991 BMW 850i automatic. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 77/135. Elegant grand tourer showing a mere 38,000 miles. Supplied with its original service book, with twelve stamps and accompanied by eleven old MoT certificates. BMW's flagship car in its day, the 8 Series (chassis code E31) built between 1989 and 1999 was powered by either a V8 or the silky smooth V12 engine. This well presented 1991 BMW 850i 5.0 litre V12 automatic, was first registered in March 1991 and has had four owners from new. Finished in Oxford Blue with an excellent Grey Leather interior and sitting on the correct wheels this stylish BMW Coupé looks well cared for. As a general rule, we find that owners who are fastidious about the way they keep a car's paperwork, apply the same level of care to looking after their car. The 850 is a complex motor car and are becoming rare and a well-maintained example will surely prove a good investment. 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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1962 Jaguar MkII 3.4 Automatic

Lot # 248 (Sale Order: 70 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.4L 1962 Jaguar Mark 2 automatic. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 70/135. The iconic MkII Jaguar in need of some TLC...With the increasing popularity of this model and prices of restored examples reaching high into the £40,000 range, this venerable Jag would make a fine buy for someone wishing to get into MkII ownership. Recently returned home from Australia, this automatic car has worn well over the years possibly helped by the warm climate. The entry form describes the car as Fair to Good in most areas, and we are led to believe that the car does have a good history file, so really it's up to potential purchasers to assess how much work they think might be involved. The good news is that parts are plentiful, and the prices being achieved for MkIIs, are unlikely to come down anytime soon! Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 2/5, 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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1973 Jenson Interceptor III

Lot # 249 (Sale Order: 71 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 7.2L 1973 Jenson Interceptor Srs III automatic that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a history file, this lot's condition scores 19/135. Barn find 1973 Jensen Interceptor Series III...Driven into a corner of a big dry barn until its owner was able to use it again, sadly, this dramatic white Interceptor was to remain there, untouched for 30 years until now, when it recently emerged, blinking into the sunlight. Supplied by Charles Follett of Berkeley Street in September 1973, this Jensen had been enjoyed by three owners until it came into the possession of Alan McKechnie in mid-1983. Alan was perhaps best-known as the man who gave Nigel Mansell his first drive but he also played a part in the racing careers of Andy Rouse, Barrie Williams, Mike Walker, Bob Evans and Alan Rollinson, created the Puma Formula 3 car and his team, Alan Mckechnie Racing, won the European F5000 Championship in 1974. When extracted from the barn, the Jensen moved freely on its wheels and appears to sit all square. The Black Leather interior looks in reasonable shape and a couple of days cleaning could work miracles. The floors and inner arches appear sound but obviously, the car is in need of restoration. It's hoped to have it running by the time of the auction. Potential buyers are invited to form their own opinion as to the viability of this project but with immaculate Interceptors following Aston Martins in terms of saleability, the numbers invite serious consideration. This Sleeping Beauty is looking for a Handsome Prince. Exterior: 2/5, Interior: 2/5, Engine: 0/5, Transmission: 0/5, Running gear: 0/5, Electrics: 0/5, Vehicle history: 0/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1979 Triumph Dolomite Sprint

Lot # 250 (Sale Order: 72 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.0L 1979 Triumph Dolomite Sprint manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A cheerful Triumph Dolomite Sprint reading 57,130 miles...The Triumph Dolomite was a popular small saloon car produced by the Triumph Motor Company division of the British Leyland Corporation in Canley, Coventry between October 1972 and August 1980. Although the Dolomite proved to be refined and rapid, competitors such as the BMW 2002 had a performance advantage which was costing Triumph dearly, both in terms of sales and prestige. To remedy this, Triumph unveiled the Dolomite Sprint in June 1973. This car was first registered in the UK in March 1979, subsequently exported to Ireland in 2006 and was recently re-imported back to the UK. We are told that the car has previously been restored and is said to present in lovely condition. This car will be UK re-registered before the sale and is supplied with a fresh MoT certificate valid until February 2017. There were less than 650 Dolomite Sprints licensed or SORN in the UK last year so the cars are becoming an increasingly rare sight on our roads but, more importantly, they are great fun to drive.  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 Aston Martin V8

Lot # 251 (Sale Order: 73 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.34L 1973 Aston Martin V8 manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 47/135. An exciting and important 'barn find' 1973 Aston Martin V8 for re-commissioning. Purchased by the current vendor for just this purpose, however a burgeoning collection and business commitments mean that the car has been reluctantly offered for sale. This is the desirable manual version of the carburetted 5.3 litre AMV8 and is a Series II with the louvered rear vents and Aston Martin Lagonda embossed cam covers. Just 288 of these cars were produced, mostly with automatic transmission. The Series III, Weber carburetted cars were launched in August 1973, and the registration of this car in September 1973 overlaps this transition from fuel injection to carbs, suggesting that this is one of the last of the David Brown-era AMV8s. The car is in need of substantial re-commissioning, with particular attention required to the MoT fail list of 2013. The leather interior is in remarkably good order and the odometer reading of nearly 7,000 miles may well indicate that it has 'gone round the clock' Exterior: 1/5, Interior: 2/5, Engine: 2/5, Transmission: 2/5, Running gear: 1/5, Electrics: 1/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1968 Morris Mini Moke

Lot # 252 (Sale Order: 74 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.1L 1968 Morris Moke manual that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 91/135. A wonderfully restored 1968 Morris Mini Moke showing 37,857 miles. The first Mokes were built at BMC's Longbridge, Birmingham plant. They gained notoriety in the TV show 'The Prisoner' and were often a lifestyle choice in a host of period TV programmes shows and films since. It seems every James Bond film had a jumpsuited baddie behind the wheel, and Roger Moore famously drove one in 'Live and Let Die'. This impressive 1968, original UK supplied Moke (chassis number MAB1118629A) was first registered in November of that year, and has previously benefitted from a full body-off and engine out restoration of which there is a photographic record present. Supplied with a fresh MoT certificate valid until February 2017, this little eye catching swinging sixties number is ready for its next owner, and would not look out of place today at any beach, or Chelsea wine bar for that matter. Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 4/5, 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 XR4x4

Lot # 253 (Sale Order: 75 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.997L 1989 Ford XR 4x4 manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 74/135. The XR 4X4, a sporting saloon for all seasons...reviewed by Auto Express who said, "Compared to traditional rivals, the Sierra had staggering grip, a balanced chassis and an impressive turn of speed." A genuine one-owner car showing 97,000 miles and accompanied by a stamped service booklet. The current vendor found this car and put it back on the road after a mechanical re-commissioning, making a great base for someone to finish it off and get the right look. It comes with a sought after RS steering wheel and RS side skirts. There are also a number of spares to help further enhance the car. We have driven this Sierra, and it really does go well. Offered as 'No Reserve' the car will be supplied with a fresh MoT. Exterior: 2/5, 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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1975 Innocenti Mini Cooper

Lot # 254 (Sale Order: 76 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.38L 1975 Innocenti Mini Cooper manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 80/135. 1975 Mini Cooper Innocenti 1380cc. Fitted with chrome trimmed quarter lights, windows, doors and boot. Originally built in Belgium (under licence) in 1975 and subsequently imported into the UK in 1983 and converted to right-hand drive. It is believed the car was totally rebuilt in 1983 by Downton Engineering, although this is unsupported by any factual evidence as no paperwork is present. The engine was uprated at this time to 1380cc. The car is now showing approximately 13,950 kms, however, we understand that there is a likelihood that the odometer may have been zeroed or the speedometer changed to suit the revised gearing at the time of the rebuild. This little Mini has been sitting for the last fifteen to twenty years in Portugal and has recently returned to the UK. This car will be supplied on a NOVA with a fresh UK MoT certificate, and is currently Portuguese registered.    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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1965 VW Split Screen Campervan

Lot # 255 (Sale Order: 77 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.5L 1965 Volkswagen Split-screen Campervan manual that has been with the current owner for the last 4 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 76/135. A 'retromobile' ready for summer ...This well presented and smart 'Splitty' has been with the current vendor for four years and has been maintained to a good standard by well-known specialists, Volkshaus, with some recent upgrades including better suspension and some period alloys. Benefitting from a slightly older restoration, this bus has stood the test of time well with a good looking and well-appointed interior that will sleep two people in comfort. The season is just about to start and this VW would make a great camping companion. Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 3/5, Running gear: 3/5, Electrics: 2/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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2003 MGTF

Lot # 256 (Sale Order: 78 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.8L 2003 MG MGF manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 73/135. A good looking MGTF with a Hard TopFinished in Blue with White Stripes and white wheels, this dapper little MGTF is showing 61,000 miles which the current vendor believes is correct. The car has both a soft and the optional hard top, which were quite expensive when the car was new, and consequently are now quite rare. Head gaskets on this model could be a problem initially but this car has been upgraded, along with a new timing belt, water pump and front discs. Often underrated, these little TFs go well, handle well, have a well-designed cockpit and are lots of fun.  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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1999 BMW Z3M

Lot # 257 (Sale Order: 79 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.2L 1999 BMW Z3M manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A bright red pocket rocket...BMW's Z3M Roadster is a true driver's car, and this, 41,000-mile car is no exception. Originally supplied by Rydale BMW, and then serviced by Sytner, the car went to Italy for a few years, then returned home last year. Whilst over in Italy it was serviced by a BMW dealership and the appropriate invoices are with the car. It has recently been serviced over here and a brand new set of Bridgestone tyres have been popped on. This Z3M looks stunning in Bright Red with a striking 'Individual' Red/Black interior and a body coloured Hardtop which was a £2,000 option when new. It's supplied with two sets of keys, original book pack and an MoT until March 2017 and presents itself as you might expect from a well-maintained, low mileage BMW 'M'car that has patently been cared for. 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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1966 Ford Cortina MK 2 1500GT

Lot # 258 (Sale Order: 80 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.498L 1966 ford cortina manual that has been with the current owner for the last 8 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 86/135. An extremely well presented Cortina GT...Introduced in autumn 1966, the Ford Cortina MKII was styled in-house by Roy Haynes. Employing much the same floor pan as its predecessor complete with independent front suspension, a 'live' rear axle and disc / drum brakes, it nevertheless benefited from a wider track and revised steering geometry. Second only to the MKII Cortina-Lotus, the MKII Cortina GT was initially powered by a pre-crossflow 1498cc OHV four-cylinder engine allied to four-speed manual transmission (complete with new diaphragm clutch and three-rail remote gearchange). With some 78bhp and 97lbft of torque on tap, the model had a suitably sporty feel. Further boasting an enlarged fuel tank, optional radial tyres and dashtop-mounted auxiliary instrument binnacle, it was supplanted by the commoner 1600cc crossflow version in August 1967. Finished in Alpina Green with black vinyl upholstery, this particular example was reportedly "the twenty-eighth MKII Cortina GT produced". A two-door export model that still retains its correct sump / petrol tank guards and reinforced bodyshell, the Ford was supplied new in Singapore to ex-pat Mr Eardley who then returned home with it in 1970. The subject of some bodywork restoration during the early 1990s (paint and a pair of NOS front wings) 'PUA 304D' entered the current (fourth) ownership in March 2005. Since then, the saloon is understood to have had attention paid to its "wheel bearings, brakes, propshaft, suspension, steering, clutch, radiator, dynamo, starter motor, exhaust, differential and distributor". Subtly upgraded with Gaz Gold black anodised adjustable front struts, it is said to "handle like a dream but look period under the bonnet". In 2007, we understand the cylinder head was converted to an unleaded Stage 2 specification. This car was owned at one point by the Membership Secretary of the Lotus Cortina Club and is well-known in these circles. These early MkII GTs, with the strengthened shell, are now pretty rare and sought after by the growing band of sixties fast Ford enthusiasts. A great car for Goodwood. 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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1979 BMW 728 Manual

Lot # 259 (Sale Order: 81 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.800L 1979 BMW 728 manual. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. A 58,000 mile 728 Manual... What a rare find. This BMW 728 four speed manual has had two owners from new who are actually related and there is documentation in the form of letters confirming this fact. The car has just come back home from Belgium, where it sat in a private collection and still has the original old style V5 along with all its proper handbooks and a stamped service book from when it was on the road. The car has been restored, although we are not quite sure at what point in its life, but it presents very well indeed today. It did suffer from overheating issues which this model was prone to at the time, however the engine was completely rebuilt by Burton Engineering and there is documentation to verify this. This is such a time warp car and oozes charisma. Being the base model it was supplied with only one door mirror, wind-up windows and no radio, but interestingly enough it does have an electric sunroof. Along with the original handbooks and history is a folder of receipts for work that has been carried out over the years. 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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1966 Daimler 2.5 V8

Lot # 260 (Sale Order: 82 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.5L 1966 Daimler MkII 2.5 V8 automatic. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 76/135. A usable Daimler 2.5 V8 in need of a light refurbishment. This lovely classic was previously restored back in 1994 at a cost of around £12,000 but has had very little use until recently. Offered with a fresh MoT certificate until February 2017, this is an original UK supplied car that was first registered in England in April 1966, before being exported to Ireland in 2007 and recently re-imported to the UK. This car will be fully UK re-registered before the sale. We are told this car will need some light restoration. Said to start up first time, and to drive and stop well, this car has spent some time outside and displays a little surface rust on the dark Green paintwork and on the brightwork with the exception of the chrome wire wheels which look good. The interior is complete and the Cream leather seats have no holes or rips, however the dashboard veneers are flaking in places and could do with a little tlc. These 2.5ltr Daimlers were more powerful and handled better than their 2.4ltr MkII cousins, and despite being better equipped and having that fluted grille and Daimler badge, they have remained better value. Exterior: 2/5, 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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1985 Morgan 4/4 1600

Lot # 261 (Sale Order: 83 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.6L 1985 Morgan 4/4 manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 74/135. Two owners and just under 14,000 miles...The Morgan 4/4 was the Morgan Motor Company's first car with four wheels and appeared in 1936. Its model designation "4-4" (later "4/4") stood for four wheels and four cylinders. Earlier Morgans had been three-wheelers, only, typically with V-twin engines. Apart from a break during World War II (and the period March 1951 to September 1955) the 4/4 has been in continuous production from its debut right up to the present day. Engine capacity has increased from the 1,122 cc Coventry Climax engine in 1936 to a 1.8-litre Ford engine in 2004 ( with a 997cc Kent engine between 1960 and 1961), although it is currently back down to 1,595 cc. This delightful, two owner car has the added benefit of two rear seats, two tonneau covers and the (obligatory) wet-weather pack that includes sides windows and the hood. Dry stored since its purchase in 1995 by our vendor from its first lady owner, the car is never used in winter. If you are in the market for a Morgan the chances are you will know a fair bit about them and this cracking Dark Green 4/4, with an MoT until June 2016, awaits your inspection.   Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 2/5, 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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1998 Jaguar XK8 Coupe

Lot # 262 (Sale Order: 84 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 4.0L 1998 Jaguar XK8 automatic that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 86/135. A 1998 Jaguar XK8 reading just 54,500 miles...This example looks great in Meteorite Silver with its Oatmeal leather interior and comes with a fantastic range of options, including a memory pack (seats and wheel), heated seats and windscreen, 18" alloy wheels, cruise control and a thumping Harmann Kardon stereo with a six-disc CD multichanger. Its previous owner was stationed in the Far East for a number of years so the car was barely used, accounting for its low overall mileage of just 54,500 miles from new. The paintwork is described as factory original, apart from the front bumper which was repainted in 2002. Sitting on a set of matching Pirelli tyres, it had an oil and brake service in March last year at 50,107 miles,and there is a history folder supplied with the car showing much expenditure over the years. Supplied with an MoT certificate valid until January 2017, this beautiful car is ready to use and is being sold with a useful fitted indoor/outdoor car cover. Exterior: 4/5, 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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1980 Range Rover 3 Door

Lot # 263 (Sale Order: 85 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.5L 1980 Rover Range Rover automatic. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 56/135. A rare automatic three-door Range Rover...As an icon of British engineering, style and function the Range Rover launched the luxury 4x4 market and needs no introduction. This important and rare automatic example was first registered on the 17th November 1980. The polished rosewood door cappings, centre cubby box and automatic transmission leads us to believe that this car may have been an "In-Vogue" Wood & Pickett Range Rover. Launched in August 1980, only 1,000 examples, all for the UK market, were produced to suit those with a need for a little more luxury. The limited "In-Vogue" range proved such a hit that the Range Rover Vogue became the flagship premium model range a few years later, only superseded by the 'Autobiography' in the mid-2000s. Coming from a private collection and owned by our discerning vendor since 2003, this car shows a mere 87,166 miles and is supplied with a raft of old MoTs and the original Range Rover Passport to Service handbook. Requiring re-commissioning, this car would make a great Spring project and with a bit of homework, the new owner may be rewarded with the confirmation of the "In-Vogue" provenance.   Exterior: 2/5, Interior: 2/5, Engine: 2/5, Transmission: 2/5, Running gear: 2/5, Electrics: 2/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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2000 BMW 750IL

Lot # 264 (Sale Order: 86 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.379L 2000 BMW 750iL automatic. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 100/135. The E38 7 Series is considered by many BMW fans to be the best 7 of all time, with its combination of class, speed, handling, and square-jawed good looks never having been bettered by BMW. Add into that mix the kudos of a V12 badge, and here was a car for people who needed four comfortable seats but desired the performance and style of a continental sports saloon. For a car that is 16 years old, the Titanium Silver coachwork is reported to be in beautiful condition throughout, with superb panel fit and doors that close with a thud. Badged as an 'L' for long wheelbase, this was BMWs flagship car and as such came with a huge specification including electric rear seats, rear blinds, foot rests, upgraded HiFi system, sat nav, cruise, the list goes on. With a relatively low mileage of just under 70,000 (warranted) from new, the car is reported to drive beautifully. We are informed there is a full service history from new, mainly from BMW main agents and one independent specialist with supporting invoicing from 2006 totalling just under £15,000. The 'M' parallel alloys have recently been refurbished and help the car stand out along with its distinctive V12 number plate. Sold with a fresh MoT certificate, this 750 ticks all the right boxes and is perhaps the best compromise between style and sheer value of any modern classic currently available.   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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TVR TASMIN 350i

Lot # 265 (Sale Order: 87 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.5L 1988 TVR TASMIN 350i manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 76/135. A handsome TVR 350i showing just 68,736 miles. In 1982, TVR's then new owner Peter Wheeler found himself wanting more power than the Cologne V6-equipped Tasmin 280i could offer. Thus, based on the existing car the Tasmin 350i appeared in August 1983 using the same chassis and body (with some minor changes) and powered by a lusty 3.5-litre Rover V8. After a year, the 'Tasmin' part of the name was dropped and the car became plain TVR 350i. Presented in sparkling red with a cream leather, piped in red, interior, this TVR 350i is described by the vendor as a clean and tidy car throughout. Fitted with power steering, the last service and a full inspection were carried out by a well-known marque specialist in November 2015 and new tyres were fitted at this time. Partial service history is present including the original TVR owner's handbook and service book. A fabulous entry into the exciting world of TVR ownership.   Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 2/5, 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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Jaguar XJ-SC Manual Cabriolet

Lot # 266 (Sale Order: 88 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.6L 1986 Jaguar XJS Cabriolet 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. A rare manual XJ-SC with 30-year ownership...In 1983, Jaguar débuted a new 3.6-litre, straight-six engine-the AJ6-as well as a new cabriolet version of the XJS to be known as the XJ-SC. The coupé's rather small rear seats were eliminated making the new model strictly a two-seater. The XJ-SC was not a full convertible but had a non-removable centre Targa-type structure and fixed cant rails above the doors. Demand for a convertible XJS was strong throughout the 1970s but proposed US convertible regulations had delayed the process. The desire to peel the lid off was great, famously, Lynx converted a number of XJS' into convertibles, but Jaguar's first open XJS took nearly a decade to appear after the car's launch. Requiring a cross brace hoop over the cabin to effectively replace the roof structure, a ‘perimeter frame' around the cockpit, a slightly reinforced rear bulkhead, and a bracing frame across the body-shell under the rear suspension, the end result was, ironically, a much more rigid car. Six-cylinder XJ-SC' are rarer, with only 1,130 made, the majority of which (1,027)  had manual gearboxes. This beautifully maintained XJ-SC, was bought less than a year after first registration by our vendor in 1987. The soft top, panels and tonneau are all original as is the leather interior but last year Cheshire Classics refurbished the seats using the original leather. Jaguar Main Dealer serviced up to 40,000 miles, the car was then given to a capable garage close to the vendor's home who have looked after it for the past 20,000 miles. Presented to auction with the original tool kit, manuals and service books, a fresh service and a new MoT, the car will be driven from the vendor's home, a journey of over 120 miles, to the auction.   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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1983 Ford Escort RS1600i

Lot # 267 (Sale Order: 89 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.6L 1983 Ford RS1600i manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 89/135. The Ford Escort RS1600i was built purely to meet Group A homologation regulations and was the first genuine challenger to the Golf GTI, offering more power, and significantly more developed suspension - so it could outgrip the Wolfsburg icon. But due to limited numbers and high price - as well as being sold through Rallye Sport dealers only, they were harder to come by and were sold quickly. When the car received fuel injection - and a power hike - the following year, the gap was closed ever further.Surprisingly effective in touring cars back then, and now extremely rare and highly sought after.This particular car has a folder full of history and receipts and has been cherished by its previous owners, a couple of which were part of the RS club scene, so this car is well known in these circles. The car clearly has had ongoing restoration works to keep it in the condition it's in today. This RS is ready to commence the new season with a new owner! Exterior: 3/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 3/5, Transmission: 4/5, 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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1998 Jaguar XJR V8

Lot # 268 (Sale Order: 90 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.996L 1998 Jaguar XJR automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 86/135. The ultimate gentleman's sporting express? With just 45,000 miles indicated, this Jaguar must surely be a special find. We certainly have not seen another in this condition and although this car has been in storage for the best part of eleven years, it was serviced prior to this by Jaguar main dealers Guy Salmon of Coventry. Fitted with stainless steel performance exhausts, which perfectly complement the V8's great throaty roar. The cabin is a very nice place to be, as one would expect from a Jaguar, with the seats and controls showing little if any, signs of wear. Presented to auction with a fresh MoT this is a lot of car for the money.   Exterior: 3/5, 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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1966 Ford Mustang 289 V8

Lot # 269 (Sale Order: 91 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.00L 1966 Ford V8 Notchback automatic. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. The Iconic 60's Mustang...Purchased by the current vendor whilst on holiday in Australia rather than hiring a car, this Mustang was pressed into service for a month of touring. In the end, he loved it so much he shipped it back to the UK. It's an honest and straight car with good shut lines and has a tidy interior finished in a contrasting colour and the whole look epitomises the 'swinging sixties'. It is said to drive well and the vendor covered 3,000 miles in it whilst over in Australia. The car is currently showing 63,000 miles and many more miles of pleasurable V8 driving is ahead of it. The photographs show the car on 'tour' in Australia, whilst we await more photographs of it as it looks today in the English countryside. 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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2005 Maserati Quattroporte

Lot # 270 (Sale Order: 92 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 4.2L 2005 Maserati Quattroporte automatic that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. Pure bred luxury...The fifth generation of the Quattroporte was unveiled to the world at the Frankfurt Motor Show on 9 September 2003 with production starting in 2004, and boasted exterior and interior design by Pininfarina. Offered here is a dynamic 2005 Maserati Quattroporte equipped with the DuoSelect transmission. It boasts a 4244cc, V8 powerplant with 395bhp on tap, and is a fine example of the marque having lived a cherished life as an executive limousine for some years.  Finished in Grigio Alfieri with matching Charcoal alloys and a sumptuous Grey/Green leather. It's impossible to sit in one of these cars and look at the 'dreamy' dashboard and not wonder how it's possible to buy so much car for so little money but, as they say, that's life. The V8 engines of the fifth generation Quattroporte belonged to the "Ferrari-Maserati F136" family; they had aluminium-silicon alloy block and heads, a cross plane crankshaft, four valves per cylinder driven by two overhead camshafts per bank and continuously variable valve timing on the intake side. F136 4.2-litre engines in DuoSelect equipped cars use a dry sump lubrication system. This particular example had the F1 gearbox pump replaced in 2015. Please note the private plate is not included and the car will be sold with the registration number GN54 YLF.   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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1963 MGB Roadster Mk I

Lot # 271 (Sale Order: 93 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.8L 1963 MG Roadster 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 two owner MGB...This wonderful roadster is an early car ( built in 1963) and resided with its first owner until 1993 when the current owner stumbled across it in a run-down state. Major restoration works were undertaken over the following three years. A Heritage Certificate was issued, clarifying its authenticity. The car has continued to benefit from further fettling and is now in top order and looking as good as the photographs suggest. There is no vehicle history up until 1993, but the current vendor has receipts and bills from the time of his purchase until now. This is a wonderful example of the more desirable series I MGB and is ready to do all the things that MGBs do best.  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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1996 Lexus GS 300 Sport

Lot # 272 (Sale Order: 94 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 2.997L 1996 Lexus GS 300 Sport automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 2 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 76/135. The first generation Lexus GS 300 Sport was never built at the factory; it was actually converted at supplying dealers across the UK in very small numbers which consequently makes this a rare car. Based on the standard GS 300 Saloon, the 'Sport' package was very subtle in appearance, consisting of a boot rear spoiler, mesh front grille, 'Sport' decals to the rear quarter lights, lowered suspension, and 'Sport' alloy wheels with the option of larger, staggered 10'' rear alloys, as fitted to this car. P633 FEJ was actually supplied new by Cutlers of Streetly Ltd, Sutton Coldfield, on the 12th of August 1986. The vendor informs us that the car drives without fault, the engine, gearbox and differential all work perfectly, as do the brakes. The only non-standard item has been the addition of a custom exhaust. The Metallic Silver bodywork is very straight, with deep glossy paintwork and good shut lines. There is some stone chipping to the front bumper and bonnet, and there is a scratch on the OSR quarter about 10cm long, however  that's about all and the car is reported to be as good underneath as it is on top. The vendor informs us of a service bill of £2,200 in 2014, and the car has a current MoT until November of this year. With the car is the original Lexus dealer hand pack, which includes all handbooks, service book, previous MoTs, VOSA MOT report, HPI Certificate and even the original sales brochure. 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 Fiat 600D

Lot # 273 (Sale Order: 95 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a .767L 1970 Fiat 600D manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. Sample some La Dolce Vita in a 600D...Dare to stand out from the crowd with this great alternative to the more common 500. This little gem has lived in Naples all its life and was the subject of a complete restoration in 2013 to a high standard prior to coming over to the UK last year. The car is showing 66,603 kms (41,385 mls) which we believe is correct, however cannot be warranted. The Fiat is Road Tax Exempt and will have a fresh MoT for the new owner, together with a brand new set of tyres. Interestingly, the 600 has the Italian equivalent to the old UK "buff log book", which is great to have with the car, especially if you can read Italian. 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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1966 Ford Mustang 289 2+2 Fastback

Lot # 274 (Sale Order: 96 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 4.7L 1966 Ford Mustang 289 V8 manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 128/135. The Mighty Mustang... This is the 'must have' model, the 289 V8 Fastback with the desirable 'four on the floor' manual gearbox. Originating from the States naturally, this 2+2 Fastback has been subject to a very, very serious restoration. The car has had new wings, rear quarters, doors, and floors prior to being carefully prepared and finished in a number of coats of Sauterne Gold. The engine has been rebuilt along with the gearbox and the whole car is now about as good as your going to find.Along with the bodywork and the mechanicals, the interior has also been the subject to the same attention to detail and has had new seat covers, carpets, headlining and all the interior brightwork finished to the same standard as the external paintwork. The car has had two upgrades, one being a full disc brake conversion and secondly the radiator has been replaced with an aluminium one for better cooling. Should the lucky new owner want to revert back to the old set up then the components will be available.Underneath, the car is apparently as good as the top, and has been finished to a very high standard and it sits on re-finished steel sports wheels fitted with period tyres. Our points system at CCA lets vendors score their own cars, and at 128/135 this car is way, way up there. Come and have a look at the sheer quality of this restoration and let us know what you think. Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 5/5, Engine: 5/5, Transmission: 5/5, Running gear: 5/5, Electrics: 4/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/.

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1987 Alfa Romeo Sprint Cloverleaf

Lot # 275 (Sale Order: 97 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 1.5L 1987 Alfa Romeo Sprint Cloverleaf manual. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 91/135. A one owner from new, Alfa Cloverleaf Sprint... This 63,000 km., left-hand drive, Alfa Romeo Sprint 'Quadrifoglio Verde' has recently arrived from Spain and looks very sharp indeed in sparkling Black with Bright Green detailing indicating that it's a 1500. The current vendor had a complete glass out respray and confirms that the metal work underneath was surprisingly sound. The Sprint comes with its full original book pack and has a documented service record by dedicated Alfa dealerships in Spain.The car has now had a fresh service and a cam belt change and with such a small mileage it still feels tight and gives the feeling of a car a fraction of its age. Manufactured right at the end of 1.5ltr production, this Cloverleaf is quite a rare car and will be a great addition to anyone's collection.The new owner will also be its second, and the first over here in the UK as it has not yet been registered, although it has its NOVA certificate. Exterior: 4/5, 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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1992 Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet

Lot # 276 (Sale Order: 98 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 3.0L 1992 Porsche 944 S2 Cabrio manual. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. A well presented convertible...In 1989, the 944 S2 Porsche was introduced, powered by a 211 PS normally aspirated, dual-overhead-cam 16-valve 3.0 L version of the 944 S engine. It was the largest production 4-cylinder engine of its time. The 944 S2 also received a revised transmission and gearing to better suit the 3.0 L M44/41 powerplant and externally acquired the same rounded nose and rear valance found on the Turbo model. Performance numbers were quoted as 0-60 mph in 6.0 seconds, with a top speed of 150 mph with the manual transmission. In 1989, Porsche introduced the S2 Cabriolet,  featuring an attractive cabriolet body built by ASC-American Sunroof Company at Weinsberg in Germany.  Presenting well today, this blue 944 S2 Cabrio was first registered in the UK in April 1992 and has covered 109,000 miles. We understand that it has had a new fully lined hood fitted at some point. Coming to auction with a large history file and a fresh MoT certificate to be issued.  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 Bentley T2

Lot # 277 (Sale Order: 99 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 6.75L 1978 Bentley T2 automatic that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81/135. This is a beautiful example finished in Walnut Metallic with a Dark Brown leather interior and was previously owned by a Bentley Driver's Club Committee member. Built between 1977 and 1980, only 560 Bentley T2s were produced compared to 8,425 Silver Shadow IIs, and the T2 undercut its Rolls-Royce stablemate by £50 when new. Although nearly identical, the Bentley T2 had a rounded grille, and the double-winged motif proudly displayed on badges and hub-caps. The T2 was celebrated as a better driver's car than the T1 and was good for a top speed of 118mph. This delightful car has footrests in the rear and Lambswool over-rugs throughout. Supplied with a large history file containing a substantial number of invoices for previous maintenance with main agents and reputable specialists, and its original handbooks stored in a Bentley wallet. These cars, when kept in this condition, represent exceptional value and are getting harder to find. 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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2000 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante

Lot # 278 (Sale Order: 100 of 138)      

Offered for sale is a 5.9L 2000 Aston Martin DB7 VANTAGE VOLANTE automatic that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 82/135. Beautifully presented in a great colour combination...The Aston Martin DB7 was the car that undoubtedly turned around the fortunes of a struggling Aston Martin, remaining in production from September 1994 until December 2004 and turning out to be the best-selling Aston ever. Styled by Ian Callum and influenced by Keith Helfet, the prototype was completed by November 1992 and debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1993. The six-cylinder DB7 was available as a Coupé or a Convertible and was positioned as an 'entry-level' model below the hand-built V8 Virage introduced a few years earlier. Over 7,000 were sold before it was replaced by the DB9, securing the future for Aston. In 1999, the more powerful DB7 V12 Vantage was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. Its 5.9 litre, 48-valve, V12 engine produced 420 brake horse power fed through either a TREMEC T-56 six-speed manual or a ZF 5HP30 five-speed automatic gearbox. Aston Martin claimed it had a top speed of either 186 mph with the manual gearbox or 165 mph with the automatic gearbox, and would accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds. This, incredibly well cared for DB7 Vantage Convertible, has covered a mere 35,000 miles and has been owned by our lady vendor since 2003. The Mendip Blue coachwork beautifully compliments the Parchment leather, piped in navy. Starting on the button, the V12 roars into life and the throaty exhaust  sounds a touch more purposeful than the somewhat underwhelming 3.2-litre engine it replaced in the earlier models. The service history is impeccable and the MoT is valid 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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