The Imperial War Museum Duxford Motor Car Auction

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An auction of Classic & Collectors Motor Cars at Imperial War Museum Duxford

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c.1930s Morgan Three Wheeler

c.1930s Morgan Three Wheeler

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 137)

- c.1930s Morgan Three-Wheeler restoration project with Matchless V-Twin engine and Super Sports-style body - Abandoned on the vendor's farm over twenty years ago - Offered for sale at no reserve and without documentation This Morgan Three-Wheeler has lain unclaimed on the vendor's farm for over twenty years. The number plate it wears - 'APH 322' - is still recorded on the DVLA and HPi databases but is associated with the chassis number 'D363'. Whereas, the number visible on its torque tube seems to read either '89' or '68'. Thus, it is possible that this lot has no claim to the registration number 'APH 322' especially as chassis 'D363' began life as a Family (4-seater) model. By contrast chassis '89' was built as a Sports (2-seater) model. The Morgan Three Wheeler Club have told us they would support an application to the DVLA for chassis '89' (or chassis '68') to be allocated an age-related registration number provided that the Morgan was 'rebuilt with appropriate period parts'. In need of extensive restoration, the Three-Wheeler appears to be fitted with a water-cooled Matchless V-twin engine (MX2/673) and separate three-speed manual gearbox. Sporting a barrel back' body, it is self-evidently incomplete. Nevertheless, this 'barn find' Morgan has the makings of a worthwhile project. Offered for sale with sundry spares but no documentation. PLEASE NOTE: Since the catalogue went to press we have been contacted by Martyn Webb, the Morgan Motor Company's archivist with the following information: 'The description that you have given is mostly correct although the engine number quoted (MX2/673) is for an air-cooled overhead-valve Matchless, whereas the engine illustrated has water-cooled barrels, (MX2 was air-cooled, MX4 was water-cooled), so it would seem that the engine has been altered in the past. According to our chassis records; MX2673 was originally fitted to chassis number D1704 which was a Super Sports model, despatched on 11th November 1936 to Jordan & Co, the Morgan dealer in Hull. 'APH 322' is a Surrey registration, so it is unlikely that this was originally allocated to chassis D1704. The body is a Super Sports model from the mid-1930s, so it may be that the engine is original to the body, albeit fitted with water-cooled barrels'. PLEASE NOTE: The Morgan Three-Wheeler Club have recently been in touch to say that they do not think this lot has a claim to the registration number 'APH 322', the corresponding logbook for which was apparently sold on eBay in 2006. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- c.1930s Morgan Three-Wheeler restoration project with Matchless V-Twin engine and Super Sports-style body - Abandoned on the vendor's farm over twenty years ago ...more - Offered for sale at no reserve and without documentation This Morgan Three-Wheeler has lain unclaimed on the vendor's farm for over twenty years. The number plate it wears - 'APH 322' - is still recorded on the DVLA and HPi databases but is associated with the chassis number 'D363'. Whereas, the number visible on its torque tube seems to read either '89' or '68'. Thus, it is possible that this lot has no claim to the registration number 'APH 322' especially as chassis 'D363' began life as a Family (4-seater) model. By contrast chassis '89' was built as a Sports (2-seater) model. The Morgan Three Wheeler Club have told us they would support an application to the DVLA for chassis '89' (or chassis '68') to be allocated an age-related registration number provided that the Morgan was 'rebuilt with appropriate period parts'. In need of extensive restoration, the Three-Wheeler appears to be fitted with a water-cooled Matchless V-twin engine (MX2/673) and separate three-speed manual gearbox. Sporting a barrel back' body, it is self-evidently incomplete. Nevertheless, this 'barn find' Morgan has the makings of a worthwhile project. Offered for sale with sundry spares but no documentation. PLEASE NOTE: Since the catalogue went to press we have been contacted by Martyn Webb, the Morgan Motor Company's archivist with the following information: 'The description that you have given is mostly correct although the engine number quoted (MX2/673) is for an air-cooled overhead-valve Matchless, whereas the engine illustrated has water-cooled barrels, (MX2 was air-cooled, MX4 was water-cooled), so it would seem that the engine has been altered in the past. According to our chassis records; MX2673 was originally fitted to chassis number D1704 which was a Super Sports model, despatched on 11th November 1936 to Jordan & Co, the Morgan dealer in Hull. 'APH 322' is a Surrey registration, so it is unlikely that this was originally allocated to chassis D1704. The body is a Super Sports model from the mid-1930s, so it may be that the engine is original to the body, albeit fitted with water-cooled barrels'. PLEASE NOTE: The Morgan Three-Wheeler Club have recently been in touch to say that they do not think this lot has a claim to the registration number 'APH 322', the corresponding logbook for which was apparently sold on eBay in 2006. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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Morgan Three Wheeler Spares

Morgan Three Wheeler Spares

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 137)

A collection of Morgan 3-Wheeler spares including what is believed to be a F-Type chassis as well as an air-cooled sidevalve JAP V-Twin engine (probably industrial or agricultural), torque tube, rear wheel hub, pair of front wings, two gearboxes and three wire wheels. Offered for sale strictly as viewed and with no guarantee as to correct identification. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

A collection of Morgan 3-Wheeler spares including what is believed to be a F-Type chassis as well as an air-cooled sidevalve JAP V-Twin engine (probably industrial or agr...moreicultural), torque tube, rear wheel hub, pair of front wings, two gearboxes and three wire wheels. Offered for sale strictly as viewed and with no guarantee as to correct identification. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1963 MG Midget 1100

1963 MG Midget 1100

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 137)

- Finished in Iris Blue matched to a Blue interior and MOT'd into August 2018 - 96,800 recorded miles and subject to an extensive restoration in 2008 - Described as 'Very Good' with regards to the paintwork, interior and engine This attractive Midget is a righthand drive home market example manufactured in May 1963, and therefore powered by the 1098cc version of BMC's immortal A Series engine. Between 2008 and 2010 it was treated to a bare metal restoration, during which it was repainted in its original livery of Iris Blue and treated to a complete retrim; also to original specification. The vendor has retained the car in dry storage, restricting its use to car meets and shows only. He presently grades the four-speed manual transmission as excellent' and the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim and four-cylinder engine as all being in very good' condition. Summarising the MG as rust free, on the button, and ready to drive away', he is now offering it complete with Heritage certificate and an MOT valid until August 17 of next year. The car's total indicated mileage currently stands at totally feasible (though unwarranted) 96,801. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Finished in Iris Blue matched to a Blue interior and MOT'd into August 2018 - 96,800 recorded miles and subject to an extensive restoration in 2008 - Describe...mored as 'Very Good' with regards to the paintwork, interior and engine This attractive Midget is a righthand drive home market example manufactured in May 1963, and therefore powered by the 1098cc version of BMC's immortal A Series engine. Between 2008 and 2010 it was treated to a bare metal restoration, during which it was repainted in its original livery of Iris Blue and treated to a complete retrim; also to original specification. The vendor has retained the car in dry storage, restricting its use to car meets and shows only. He presently grades the four-speed manual transmission as excellent' and the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim and four-cylinder engine as all being in very good' condition. Summarising the MG as rust free, on the button, and ready to drive away', he is now offering it complete with Heritage certificate and an MOT valid until August 17 of next year. The car's total indicated mileage currently stands at totally feasible (though unwarranted) 96,801. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1966 Triumph TR4A IRS

1966 Triumph TR4A IRS

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 137)

- Desirable right-hand drive TR4A IRS in barn find condition - Long term ownership by its previous keeper from 1976 to 2015 - Offered with old style V5, collection of invoices and MOT's from the 1970's Though based on the chassis and drivetrain of the TR3A, the TR4 cut a more modern dash, thanks to an all-new Michelotti-styled body. Engine capacity was now 2138cc and other mechanical updates included a wider track front and rear, rack and pinion steering and an all-synchromesh gearbox. The optional overdrive was now made to operate on second and third. This desirable right-hand drive TR4A IRS is in barn find condition and is finished in Red with a Black interior. The TR is offered with old style V5, collection of invoices and MOT's from the 1970's and had been in long term ownership by its previous keeper from 1976 to 2015. It's understood to have been off the road for many years, however we are informed it was started in 2016, and is now in need of an extensive restoration. We are told it is mostly complete making this example a rewarding project. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Desirable right-hand drive TR4A IRS in barn find condition - Long term ownership by its previous keeper from 1976 to 2015 - Offered with old style V5, collect...moreion of invoices and MOT's from the 1970's Though based on the chassis and drivetrain of the TR3A, the TR4 cut a more modern dash, thanks to an all-new Michelotti-styled body. Engine capacity was now 2138cc and other mechanical updates included a wider track front and rear, rack and pinion steering and an all-synchromesh gearbox. The optional overdrive was now made to operate on second and third. This desirable right-hand drive TR4A IRS is in barn find condition and is finished in Red with a Black interior. The TR is offered with old style V5, collection of invoices and MOT's from the 1970's and had been in long term ownership by its previous keeper from 1976 to 2015. It's understood to have been off the road for many years, however we are informed it was started in 2016, and is now in need of an extensive restoration. We are told it is mostly complete making this example a rewarding project. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1953 Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire

1953 Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 137)

- Ideal restoration project - Swansea V5C - Blue with red leather, manual gearbox Launched in 1952, the Sapphire range was powered by an advanced 3.4-litre six-cylinder hemi-head unit allied to either automatic or manual transmission as in the example offered here. Despite costing more than most rivals, the Sapphire was well-received and sold well before the company ceased production of motor cars in 1960 in order to concentrate on aircraft engineering. Purchased as a complete project in Devon in 2015 by a previous owner who intended to carry out a full restoration, work never commenced and the car was recently acquired by the vendor and fitted with a new 65AH battery, the missing ignition key replaced, engine started and found to "run well", other systems checked over, leaving just the coachwork to be refurbished or providing an opportunity to carry out a more comprehensive restoration depending on your preference. Sold strictly as viewed, it is offered with original Handbook, Workshop Manual and copy Spare parts Manual. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Ideal restoration project - Swansea V5C - Blue with red leather, manual gearbox Launched in 1952, the Sapphire range was powered by an advanced 3.4-litre...more six-cylinder hemi-head unit allied to either automatic or manual transmission as in the example offered here. Despite costing more than most rivals, the Sapphire was well-received and sold well before the company ceased production of motor cars in 1960 in order to concentrate on aircraft engineering. Purchased as a complete project in Devon in 2015 by a previous owner who intended to carry out a full restoration, work never commenced and the car was recently acquired by the vendor and fitted with a new 65AH battery, the missing ignition key replaced, engine started and found to "run well", other systems checked over, leaving just the coachwork to be refurbished or providing an opportunity to carry out a more comprehensive restoration depending on your preference. Sold strictly as viewed, it is offered with original Handbook, Workshop Manual and copy Spare parts Manual. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1954 Sunbeam-Talbot 90 MKIIa Drophead Coupe

1954 Sunbeam-Talbot 90 MKIIa Drophead Coupe

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 137)

- Finished in Grey and matched to a Grey interior - Bodied by Thrupp & Maberley and displays 47,188 miles - Current ownership since 2009 and subject to degree of re-commissioning Launched in July 1948, the Sunbeam-Talbot 90 was essentially a reworking of the company's pre-war 2-litre chassis design. However, the newcomer's adoption of overhead valve gear gave it a surprising turn of speed. Quick to capitalise, the Rootes competition department hastened the model's development. Thus, the 90 MKII of 1950 boasted not only a new chassis with independent front suspension but also a capacity increase to 2267cc. Driven by Stirling Moss, Desmond Scannell and John Cooper, a MKII finished second overall on the 1952 Monte Carlo Rally presaging the arrival of the faster, more powerful MKIIA. Equipped with bigger brakes and slotted wheels to assist cooling, the latter could be had in four-door Saloon or two-door Drophead Coupe guises. Bodied by Thrupp & Maberley, the soft top' MKIIA proved to be the rarest 90' derivative. Finished in Grey matched to a Grey interior the sale example entered current ownership in 2009 and has been subject to degree of recommissioning which has included a new wiring harness, overhauled brakes and a new exhaust. Displaying 47,188 miles the vendor currently grades the engine, gearbox, paintwork and interior as average'. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Finished in Grey and matched to a Grey interior - Bodied by Thrupp & Maberley and displays 47,188 miles - Current ownership since 2009 and subject to degree o...moref re-commissioning Launched in July 1948, the Sunbeam-Talbot 90 was essentially a reworking of the company's pre-war 2-litre chassis design. However, the newcomer's adoption of overhead valve gear gave it a surprising turn of speed. Quick to capitalise, the Rootes competition department hastened the model's development. Thus, the 90 MKII of 1950 boasted not only a new chassis with independent front suspension but also a capacity increase to 2267cc. Driven by Stirling Moss, Desmond Scannell and John Cooper, a MKII finished second overall on the 1952 Monte Carlo Rally presaging the arrival of the faster, more powerful MKIIA. Equipped with bigger brakes and slotted wheels to assist cooling, the latter could be had in four-door Saloon or two-door Drophead Coupe guises. Bodied by Thrupp & Maberley, the soft top' MKIIA proved to be the rarest 90' derivative. Finished in Grey matched to a Grey interior the sale example entered current ownership in 2009 and has been subject to degree of recommissioning which has included a new wiring harness, overhauled brakes and a new exhaust. Displaying 47,188 miles the vendor currently grades the engine, gearbox, paintwork and interior as average'. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1956 Land Rover 107

1956 Land Rover 107

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 137)

- Genuine UK supplied first registered 8 October 1956 - Original and transferable registration mark - 2 litre petrol, overdrive gearbox This is where 'The Best 4x4 by Far' started - a utility vehicle devised in 1947 by the Wilks brothers for use on their farm and inspired by the wartime Jeep. Thanks to its ingenious high/low ratio four-wheel drive system, the resultant 4x4 was possessed of incredible climbing ability in all conditions including battlefields. This UK supplied Land Rover 107 pick-up was first registered on 8th October 1956 and comes with a host of old tax discs from new. The two-litre petrol engine is believed to be the original unit and is said to be in "good" condition, as is the bodywork, gearbox and interior trim. A buyer may wish to smarten the "old" paintwork or use the vehicle as is. An invoice on file details recent work to the front and rear brakes and a re-cored radiator. Finished in grey with grey interior, the odometer displays some 68,450 miles and the Swansea V5 indicates the registration RAA 293 is transferable. With the 70th anniversary of production coming up next year interest in the marque is sure to grow and now may well be a wise time to buy. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Genuine UK supplied first registered 8 October 1956 - Original and transferable registration mark - 2 litre petrol, overdrive gearbox This is where 'The ...moreBest 4x4 by Far' started - a utility vehicle devised in 1947 by the Wilks brothers for use on their farm and inspired by the wartime Jeep. Thanks to its ingenious high/low ratio four-wheel drive system, the resultant 4x4 was possessed of incredible climbing ability in all conditions including battlefields. This UK supplied Land Rover 107 pick-up was first registered on 8th October 1956 and comes with a host of old tax discs from new. The two-litre petrol engine is believed to be the original unit and is said to be in "good" condition, as is the bodywork, gearbox and interior trim. A buyer may wish to smarten the "old" paintwork or use the vehicle as is. An invoice on file details recent work to the front and rear brakes and a re-cored radiator. Finished in grey with grey interior, the odometer displays some 68,450 miles and the Swansea V5 indicates the registration RAA 293 is transferable. With the 70th anniversary of production coming up next year interest in the marque is sure to grow and now may well be a wise time to buy. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1968 Jaguar 340

1968 Jaguar 340

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 137)

- Supplied new to a Mr Ted Clarkson of Preston, Lancashire - Subject to a comprehensive two year restoration - Offered with photographs of the restoration, collection of old invoices and MOT's A Mr Ted Clarkson of Preston, Lancashire was the first keeper of the Jaguar MKII 340 CPP 350F'. In 1973 it was removed from the road for no more than general repairs, but didn't in fact return to use until purchased by a Mr William Winder of Blackpool in 1998, and it was he that instigated a comprehensive two year restoration that included the engine, interior and bodywork. The vendor acquired the Jaguar in 2014 and is offering it as refurbished with bodywork in Dark Green and interior trimmed in Pale Green leather. The finishing touches are the chrome wire wheels shod in whitewall tyres, as per the American specification of the period. The restored 340 has apparently been the star of a number of magazine articles and is now available complete with fitted tow bar, photographs of the restoration, original sales brochure, and collection of old invoices and MOT certificates, plus one valid into August 2018. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Supplied new to a Mr Ted Clarkson of Preston, Lancashire - Subject to a comprehensive two year restoration - Offered with photographs of the restoration, col...morelection of old invoices and MOT's A Mr Ted Clarkson of Preston, Lancashire was the first keeper of the Jaguar MKII 340 CPP 350F'. In 1973 it was removed from the road for no more than general repairs, but didn't in fact return to use until purchased by a Mr William Winder of Blackpool in 1998, and it was he that instigated a comprehensive two year restoration that included the engine, interior and bodywork. The vendor acquired the Jaguar in 2014 and is offering it as refurbished with bodywork in Dark Green and interior trimmed in Pale Green leather. The finishing touches are the chrome wire wheels shod in whitewall tyres, as per the American specification of the period. The restored 340 has apparently been the star of a number of magazine articles and is now available complete with fitted tow bar, photographs of the restoration, original sales brochure, and collection of old invoices and MOT certificates, plus one valid into August 2018. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1939 Rover 12hp Saloon

1939 Rover 12hp Saloon

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 137)

- Matching numbers restored example from a private collection - Working sunroof, freewheel etc., Black with Blue leather - Displayed at Goodwood in 2009, invoices for over £15,000 This matching numbers Rover 12 was purchased by the vendor in 2008 as a restored car. Forming part of his collection it has been lovingly looked after and we are informed some £15,000 has been spent on maintenance and upgrades over the past four years. Much admired within Club circles, the all-important freewheel system functions properly as does the "leak-free" sunroof, lubrication system and opening front screen. A heater has also been fitted to improve passenger comfort. Finished in Black with Blue leather upholstery, the vendor describes the bodywork, paintwork, engine, gearbox and interior as all being in "very good" order as one would expect from such a cherished vehicle. Complete with distinctive registration number FUF 100, this charming Rover is offered with numerous invoices for works carried out and MOT until September 2018. A just reward for the efforts expended was an invitation for the car to be displayed at Goodwood House in 2009. Quite simply delightful. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Matching numbers restored example from a private collection - Working sunroof, freewheel etc., Black with Blue leather - Displayed at Goodwood in 2009, invoic...morees for over £15,000 This matching numbers Rover 12 was purchased by the vendor in 2008 as a restored car. Forming part of his collection it has been lovingly looked after and we are informed some £15,000 has been spent on maintenance and upgrades over the past four years. Much admired within Club circles, the all-important freewheel system functions properly as does the "leak-free" sunroof, lubrication system and opening front screen. A heater has also been fitted to improve passenger comfort. Finished in Black with Blue leather upholstery, the vendor describes the bodywork, paintwork, engine, gearbox and interior as all being in "very good" order as one would expect from such a cherished vehicle. Complete with distinctive registration number FUF 100, this charming Rover is offered with numerous invoices for works carried out and MOT until September 2018. A just reward for the efforts expended was an invitation for the car to be displayed at Goodwood House in 2009. Quite simply delightful. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1971 Chevrolet Chevelle

1971 Chevrolet Chevelle

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 137)

- A former US military vehicle - £10,000 invested with Classic American Restorations in having the bodywork restored - An intresteing project for the long winter evenings ahead If you are seeking a project with which to while away the long winter evenings, then look no further. The vendor of this 1971 Chevy rolling chassis purchased it as a relative wreck in 2012 and invested £10,000 with Classic American Restorations of Powys in having the bodywork restored. A new keeper is now required to complete the project and bring this former US military vehicle back to the road, where it can be enjoyed. It is being sold at No Reserve, so if a Chevelle is the car you always promised yourself, you could well bag yourself a bargain. This mid-sized Chevrolet was produced in three generations from 1964 to 1978 and was one of its maker's most successful models, that were offered in Saloon, Coupe, Convertible and Estate Car guises. The sale car is an example of the second generation Saloon and would have been powered by any one of several straight-six of V8 engines. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- A former US military vehicle - £10,000 invested with Classic American Restorations in having the bodywork restored - An intresteing project for the long wint...moreer evenings ahead If you are seeking a project with which to while away the long winter evenings, then look no further. The vendor of this 1971 Chevy rolling chassis purchased it as a relative wreck in 2012 and invested £10,000 with Classic American Restorations of Powys in having the bodywork restored. A new keeper is now required to complete the project and bring this former US military vehicle back to the road, where it can be enjoyed. It is being sold at No Reserve, so if a Chevelle is the car you always promised yourself, you could well bag yourself a bargain. This mid-sized Chevrolet was produced in three generations from 1964 to 1978 and was one of its maker's most successful models, that were offered in Saloon, Coupe, Convertible and Estate Car guises. The sale car is an example of the second generation Saloon and would have been powered by any one of several straight-six of V8 engines. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1999 BMW 840Ci Sport

1999 BMW 840Ci Sport

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 11 of 137)

- 69,200 miles and just five keepers from new - Original book pack and well-stamped service book - Collection of old invoices and MOT certificates The Klaus Kapitza-designed 8 Series (chassis code E31) was launched at the Frankfurt Salon in 1989. Though it effectively replaced the 6 Series, it was originally intended as an additional model line - an upmarket range with superior performance and price tag to match. From mid-1995 the 840Ci's original 4.0-litre engine was supplanted by a 4.4-litre one. The notably tidy automatic example being sold is finished in the attractive combination of Bahama Blue bodywork and Cream hide interior. It has covered 69,200 miles and has had just five keepers from new, the most recent of whom has covered just 1,000 miles a year in his two years of ownership. He informs us that the V8 engine, transmission and interior trim are all in 'excellent' condition and the bodywork and paintwork 'very good'. He is offering this pleasingly unmolested BMW complete with its original book pack, well-stamped service book and collection of old invoices and MOT certificates, plus one valid to November next year. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- 69,200 miles and just five keepers from new - Original book pack and well-stamped service book - Collection of old invoices and MOT certificates The Klau...mores Kapitza-designed 8 Series (chassis code E31) was launched at the Frankfurt Salon in 1989. Though it effectively replaced the 6 Series, it was originally intended as an additional model line - an upmarket range with superior performance and price tag to match. From mid-1995 the 840Ci's original 4.0-litre engine was supplanted by a 4.4-litre one. The notably tidy automatic example being sold is finished in the attractive combination of Bahama Blue bodywork and Cream hide interior. It has covered 69,200 miles and has had just five keepers from new, the most recent of whom has covered just 1,000 miles a year in his two years of ownership. He informs us that the V8 engine, transmission and interior trim are all in 'excellent' condition and the bodywork and paintwork 'very good'. He is offering this pleasingly unmolested BMW complete with its original book pack, well-stamped service book and collection of old invoices and MOT certificates, plus one valid to November next year. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1974 Mercedes-Benz 450 SLC

1974 Mercedes-Benz 450 SLC

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 12 of 137)

- LHD example registering c.44,000 miles only, Black coachwork with cloth interior - Previously registered to Island Trading Co and Palm Pictures with licence plate 'HYD 1' - Understood to have possibly been used by Bob Marley when visiting the UK Sharing the same basic (R107) platform architecture as its convertible sibling, the Mercedes-Benz 450SLC fixed head coupe was introduced in 1972. A full four-seater, equipped with independent suspension, power steering and disc brakes, it proved a refined grand tourer. Predominantly allied to automatic transmission, its 4520cc SOHC V8 engine developed a quoted 217bhp and 265lbft of torque. This LHD example was previously registered to Island Trading Co and Palm Pictures (V5 on file) under licence plate 'HYD 1' and the vendor informs us it is believed to have been used by reggae legend Bob Marley when visiting the UK. Chris Blackwell, record producer and businessman, had helped forge Marley's career and was the founder of Palm Pictures and Island Records. Finished in black with grey / black cloth interior, the vendor now rates the bodywork, paintwork, engine, gearbox and interior as "very good". Currently registering just c.44,150 miles, the car is accompanied by a Swansea V5c document, MoT to July 2018 and a quantity of expired MoTs back to 1992. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- LHD example registering c.44,000 miles only, Black coachwork with cloth interior - Previously registered to Island Trading Co and Palm Pictures with licence plate ...more'HYD 1' - Understood to have possibly been used by Bob Marley when visiting the UK Sharing the same basic (R107) platform architecture as its convertible sibling, the Mercedes-Benz 450SLC fixed head coupe was introduced in 1972. A full four-seater, equipped with independent suspension, power steering and disc brakes, it proved a refined grand tourer. Predominantly allied to automatic transmission, its 4520cc SOHC V8 engine developed a quoted 217bhp and 265lbft of torque. This LHD example was previously registered to Island Trading Co and Palm Pictures (V5 on file) under licence plate 'HYD 1' and the vendor informs us it is believed to have been used by reggae legend Bob Marley when visiting the UK. Chris Blackwell, record producer and businessman, had helped forge Marley's career and was the founder of Palm Pictures and Island Records. Finished in black with grey / black cloth interior, the vendor now rates the bodywork, paintwork, engine, gearbox and interior as "very good". Currently registering just c.44,150 miles, the car is accompanied by a Swansea V5c document, MoT to July 2018 and a quantity of expired MoTs back to 1992. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1938 MG TA

1938 MG TA

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 13 of 137)

- Restored in 1980s and nicely mellowed with wonderful patina - Original registration number and buff logbook - History file including invoices and photos of the restoration Announced in 1936, the TA established the famous T-Series pedigree which would persist until the mid-1950s. Designed around a simple new ladder-type chassis frame, with beam axles and front and rear, allied to ultra-stiff leaf springs, the newcomer was powered by an overhead-valve engine allied to part-synchromesh four-speed manual transmission. The top speed was up to 75mph, the ride was firm, but the entire driving experience was exhilarating. A total of 3,003 TAs were produced until 1939. First registered on 6th April 1938 and understood to retain its original registration number, GRE 318 was restored during the 1980s and has been in the current ownership since 2005. Now finished in red with a lovely patina to the red leather seats, the car has been used sparingly by the vendor, mainly attending various shows around the country. Accompanied by a continuation buff logbook dating from 1960, Swansea V5C, assorted expired MoTs, invoices and restoration photographs, the most recent invoice on file relates to replacement of the master cylinder and front wheel brake cylinders in May 2017. Now only being offered for sale to assist with a family member's house purchase, this lovely TA is described as a "good useable example" with "very good" bodywork, engine, gearbox and interior and "good" paint. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Restored in 1980s and nicely mellowed with wonderful patina - Original registration number and buff logbook - History file including invoices and photos of th...moree restoration Announced in 1936, the TA established the famous T-Series pedigree which would persist until the mid-1950s. Designed around a simple new ladder-type chassis frame, with beam axles and front and rear, allied to ultra-stiff leaf springs, the newcomer was powered by an overhead-valve engine allied to part-synchromesh four-speed manual transmission. The top speed was up to 75mph, the ride was firm, but the entire driving experience was exhilarating. A total of 3,003 TAs were produced until 1939. First registered on 6th April 1938 and understood to retain its original registration number, GRE 318 was restored during the 1980s and has been in the current ownership since 2005. Now finished in red with a lovely patina to the red leather seats, the car has been used sparingly by the vendor, mainly attending various shows around the country. Accompanied by a continuation buff logbook dating from 1960, Swansea V5C, assorted expired MoTs, invoices and restoration photographs, the most recent invoice on file relates to replacement of the master cylinder and front wheel brake cylinders in May 2017. Now only being offered for sale to assist with a family member's house purchase, this lovely TA is described as a "good useable example" with "very good" bodywork, engine, gearbox and interior and "good" paint. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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2001 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage

2001 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 14 of 137)

- 'Huge maintenance record with 15 Aston Martin stamps' - Last serviced at 86,672 miles and 'ready to go!' - Bi Xenon headlights, reverse parking sensors, Touchtronic semi-auto "For the record, the Aston Martin Symphony for 12 cylinders and 2 exhausts is the sweetest sound on tuned pipes this side of J.S. Bach himself . . . If Venus were to come calling as a GT coupe, she'd look like this" (Car and Driver, September 2000). Introduced at the March 1999 Geneva Salon, the Vantage version of Aston Martin's landmark DB7 broke with marque tradition by using a wholly different engine rather than a punchier version of its sister car's existing powerplant. Breathed on by Cosworth, the newcomer's 'heart' was a 5935cc 48-valve, all-alloy V12 that developed 420bhp and 400lbft. Initially available with a choice of six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission, the DB7 Vantage could be had with ZF's Touchtronic semi-auto from 2000 onwards (0-60mph in 4.9 seconds, limited 165mph top speed). To cope with such performance, the 2+2-seater's structure, suspension and brakes were all upgraded. Asked to rework his masterpiece, stylist Ian Callum added a reshaped back bumper, more pronounced sills, combined driving lamps / indicators and horizontal bars to the radiator grille. Priced at £92,500, Aston Martin's flagship came with central locking, electric windows / mirrors, traction control, ABS, air-conditioning, front airbags, alarm / immobilizer and 18-inch alloy wheels as standard. Notable as the marque's first V12 production model, the DB7 Vantage lasted until 2003 by which time some 2,385 coupes had been made. Finished in Buckinghamshire Green with Green-piped Cream leather upholstery, this particular example also boasts a walnut fascia, ZF 'Touchtronic' semi-auto transmission, reverse parking sensors, Bi Xenon headlights and fitted carpet mats. Last serviced at 86,672 miles, the DB7 Vantage is said to possess 'a huge maintenance history with fifteen Aston Martin stamps'. Described by the seller as 'beautiful looking and ready to go!', 'KE51 FKK' is offered for sale with V5C Registration Document and two keys. A great early Christmas present! PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- 'Huge maintenance record with 15 Aston Martin stamps' - Last serviced at 86,672 miles and 'ready to go!' - Bi Xenon headlights, reverse parking sensors, Touch...moretronic semi-auto "For the record, the Aston Martin Symphony for 12 cylinders and 2 exhausts is the sweetest sound on tuned pipes this side of J.S. Bach himself . . . If Venus were to come calling as a GT coupe, she'd look like this" (Car and Driver, September 2000). Introduced at the March 1999 Geneva Salon, the Vantage version of Aston Martin's landmark DB7 broke with marque tradition by using a wholly different engine rather than a punchier version of its sister car's existing powerplant. Breathed on by Cosworth, the newcomer's 'heart' was a 5935cc 48-valve, all-alloy V12 that developed 420bhp and 400lbft. Initially available with a choice of six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission, the DB7 Vantage could be had with ZF's Touchtronic semi-auto from 2000 onwards (0-60mph in 4.9 seconds, limited 165mph top speed). To cope with such performance, the 2+2-seater's structure, suspension and brakes were all upgraded. Asked to rework his masterpiece, stylist Ian Callum added a reshaped back bumper, more pronounced sills, combined driving lamps / indicators and horizontal bars to the radiator grille. Priced at £92,500, Aston Martin's flagship came with central locking, electric windows / mirrors, traction control, ABS, air-conditioning, front airbags, alarm / immobilizer and 18-inch alloy wheels as standard. Notable as the marque's first V12 production model, the DB7 Vantage lasted until 2003 by which time some 2,385 coupes had been made. Finished in Buckinghamshire Green with Green-piped Cream leather upholstery, this particular example also boasts a walnut fascia, ZF 'Touchtronic' semi-auto transmission, reverse parking sensors, Bi Xenon headlights and fitted carpet mats. Last serviced at 86,672 miles, the DB7 Vantage is said to possess 'a huge maintenance history with fifteen Aston Martin stamps'. Described by the seller as 'beautiful looking and ready to go!', 'KE51 FKK' is offered for sale with V5C Registration Document and two keys. A great early Christmas present! PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1960 Austin-Healey 3000 MKI

1960 Austin-Healey 3000 MKI

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 15 of 137)

- Current ownership since 1973 and treated to an engine overhaul and general restoration between 1989 and 1992 - Equipped with competition clutch, straight-cut gearbox with competition overdrive, limited slip differential, alloy sump and guard and Works hard top - Competed in the 1997 Monte Carlo and 1999 Rally des Alpes classic rally events This purposeful-looking Big Healey has been in its current ownership since 1973 and was treated to an engine overhaul and general restoration between 1989 and 1992. In more recent years it has served as a classic rally car, and to that end is equipped with: road rally camshaft, six-branch exhaust manifold, competition clutch, straight-cut gearbox with competition overdrive, limited slip differential, alloy sump and guard, Works hard top, roll hoop and Cibi£ auxiliary lights, and in this form competed on the 1997 Monte Carlo and 1999 Rally des Alpes events. More recently, '1735 ME' has benefited from new wings and dampers on the rear. It is finished in the attractive combination of White hard top over Light Metallic Blue bodywork, teamed with dark Blue interior trim. The vendor currently considers the bodywork, interior trim, straight-six engine and transmission to be in 'very good' order, and the paintwork to be of a 'good' standard, and is selling the Healey complete with green log book, large collection of tax discs and old MOTs, plus one valid into August of next year. The following are available by separate negotiation: hood, tonneau cover and bumpers. The 'Big' Healey enjoyed steady development, with the early four-cylinder cars giving way to the 100-Six in 1956, and the first of the 3000s in 1959. By now engine capacity had risen to 2912cc and power output to 124bhp - sufficient to grace the standard car with a 0-60mph time of 11.4 seconds and a top speed of 114 mph. There was the option of Laycock de Normanville overdrive, and braking had been improved by the adoption of discs at the front. There were two body options - a two-seater (BN7) or occasional four-seater (BT7). By the time of the MKII in 1961, a total of 2,825 BN7s and 10,825 BT7s had been produced. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Current ownership since 1973 and treated to an engine overhaul and general restoration between 1989 and 1992 - Equipped with competition clutch, straight-cut gearb...moreox with competition overdrive, limited slip differential, alloy sump and guard and Works hard top - Competed in the 1997 Monte Carlo and 1999 Rally des Alpes classic rally events This purposeful-looking Big Healey has been in its current ownership since 1973 and was treated to an engine overhaul and general restoration between 1989 and 1992. In more recent years it has served as a classic rally car, and to that end is equipped with: road rally camshaft, six-branch exhaust manifold, competition clutch, straight-cut gearbox with competition overdrive, limited slip differential, alloy sump and guard, Works hard top, roll hoop and Cibi£ auxiliary lights, and in this form competed on the 1997 Monte Carlo and 1999 Rally des Alpes events. More recently, '1735 ME' has benefited from new wings and dampers on the rear. It is finished in the attractive combination of White hard top over Light Metallic Blue bodywork, teamed with dark Blue interior trim. The vendor currently considers the bodywork, interior trim, straight-six engine and transmission to be in 'very good' order, and the paintwork to be of a 'good' standard, and is selling the Healey complete with green log book, large collection of tax discs and old MOTs, plus one valid into August of next year. The following are available by separate negotiation: hood, tonneau cover and bumpers. The 'Big' Healey enjoyed steady development, with the early four-cylinder cars giving way to the 100-Six in 1956, and the first of the 3000s in 1959. By now engine capacity had risen to 2912cc and power output to 124bhp - sufficient to grace the standard car with a 0-60mph time of 11.4 seconds and a top speed of 114 mph. There was the option of Laycock de Normanville overdrive, and braking had been improved by the adoption of discs at the front. There were two body options - a two-seater (BN7) or occasional four-seater (BT7). By the time of the MKII in 1961, a total of 2,825 BN7s and 10,825 BT7s had been produced. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1924 Peugeot 172 BS Grand Sport

1924 Peugeot 172 BS Grand Sport

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 16 of 137)

- Formerly road registered in France and more recently Belgium - Very rare and pretty Vintage sports car - Discretely modified with a propshaft-driven alternator, electric cooling fan and electronic ignition (hidden within the magneto) Still suffering from the financial woes inflicted upon it by World War One, Peugeot sought to increase sales by concocting a neat cyclecar design that fell within France's lowest 100 Francs per annum tax bracket. Unveiled at the 1920 Brussels Salon, the resultant Type 161 (quickly christened the Quadrilette) weighed less than 350kg yet featured a water-cooled 667cc sidevalve four-cylinder engine, three-speed transaxle, supple leaf-sprung suspension and rear wheel brakes. Very much a full-size car in miniature, and therefore appealing to the same market as the Austin 7 in Britain, early Quadrilettes were characterised by their narrow track and tandem seating. Incorporating more space for people and luggage alike, the wider tracked Type 172 arrived during 1923 (complete with two abreast seating). Among the rarest Quadrilette variants, the Type 172 BS or Grand Sport was powered by an enlarged 720cc engine. Aimed at the sporting motorist, its sleek torpedo coachwork was typically teamed with blade wings. Very much in the same idiom as the Austin 7 Ulster and Amilcar CGS Grand Sport', the Peugeot was rarer than either. Only available for 1924, just 100 Type 172 BS Grand Sports were made. Originally registered in France (or so an accompanying Permis de Circulation from 1933 which identifies it as a Type 172 BS would suggest), this delightful Grand Sport has more recently been resident in Belgium where it wore the number plate OA1767' and was the property of Daniel Vanhoolant. Understood to have participated in numerous Ecurie Les Trapadelles' events and still bearing the Club's name to its cowl, the Peugeot also wears a Veteran Car Club of Belgium plate confirming its year of manufacture. Self-evidently the subject of much past restoration work, the Grand Sport has been discretely modified with a propshaft-driven alternator, electric cooling fan and electronic ignition (hidden within the magneto). PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Formerly road registered in France and more recently Belgium - Very rare and pretty Vintage sports car - Discretely modified with a propshaft-driven alternato...morer, electric cooling fan and electronic ignition (hidden within the magneto) Still suffering from the financial woes inflicted upon it by World War One, Peugeot sought to increase sales by concocting a neat cyclecar design that fell within France's lowest 100 Francs per annum tax bracket. Unveiled at the 1920 Brussels Salon, the resultant Type 161 (quickly christened the Quadrilette) weighed less than 350kg yet featured a water-cooled 667cc sidevalve four-cylinder engine, three-speed transaxle, supple leaf-sprung suspension and rear wheel brakes. Very much a full-size car in miniature, and therefore appealing to the same market as the Austin 7 in Britain, early Quadrilettes were characterised by their narrow track and tandem seating. Incorporating more space for people and luggage alike, the wider tracked Type 172 arrived during 1923 (complete with two abreast seating). Among the rarest Quadrilette variants, the Type 172 BS or Grand Sport was powered by an enlarged 720cc engine. Aimed at the sporting motorist, its sleek torpedo coachwork was typically teamed with blade wings. Very much in the same idiom as the Austin 7 Ulster and Amilcar CGS Grand Sport', the Peugeot was rarer than either. Only available for 1924, just 100 Type 172 BS Grand Sports were made. Originally registered in France (or so an accompanying Permis de Circulation from 1933 which identifies it as a Type 172 BS would suggest), this delightful Grand Sport has more recently been resident in Belgium where it wore the number plate OA1767' and was the property of Daniel Vanhoolant. Understood to have participated in numerous Ecurie Les Trapadelles' events and still bearing the Club's name to its cowl, the Peugeot also wears a Veteran Car Club of Belgium plate confirming its year of manufacture. Self-evidently the subject of much past restoration work, the Grand Sport has been discretely modified with a propshaft-driven alternator, electric cooling fan and electronic ignition (hidden within the magneto). PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1948 Morgan 42829

1948 Morgan 42829

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 17 of 137)

- A restoration project that may have had past competition usage - 0-8,000rpm Aquaplane rev counter, twin spare wheels and replacement Ford engine - Offered for sale at no reserve and without documentation According to the Morgan Sports Car Club's records, 'JYH 340' was despatched to a London dealer on 3rd July 1947 in an unfinished state (i.e. not painted or trimmed). Originally powered by a Standard 10 OHV engine allied to a four-speed Moss gearbox, the 4-4 acquired what appears to be a Ford 1172cc sidevalve four-cylinder engine prior to being abandoned on the vendor's farm over twenty years ago. Now in need of total restoration, the presence of a 0-8,000rpm Aquaplane rev counter and twin spare wheels suggest that the Morgan may have had past competition usage. Offered for sale with a quantity of spares but no documentation. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- A restoration project that may have had past competition usage - 0-8,000rpm Aquaplane rev counter, twin spare wheels and replacement Ford engine - Offered for...more sale at no reserve and without documentation According to the Morgan Sports Car Club's records, 'JYH 340' was despatched to a London dealer on 3rd July 1947 in an unfinished state (i.e. not painted or trimmed). Originally powered by a Standard 10 OHV engine allied to a four-speed Moss gearbox, the 4-4 acquired what appears to be a Ford 1172cc sidevalve four-cylinder engine prior to being abandoned on the vendor's farm over twenty years ago. Now in need of total restoration, the presence of a 0-8,000rpm Aquaplane rev counter and twin spare wheels suggest that the Morgan may have had past competition usage. Offered for sale with a quantity of spares but no documentation. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1927 Morris Cowley Tourer

1927 Morris Cowley Tourer

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 18 of 137)

- In family ownership for the last 20 years - Conversion from six to 12 volt electrics - Known to the Morris club and offered with original handbook William Morris' sturdy and affordable Cowley helped change British motoring from an elitist pastime to transport for the masses, and therefore hold an important place in automotive history. No less than 150,000 were produced between 1919 and 1926. This very well presented example is finished in Blue and trimmed in leather of the same colour. It was treated to a extensive restoration back in 2003 but has since averaged less than 100 miles between MOT tests. The venerable Morris has remained within the same family ownership for the last 20 years, and is considered by the vendor to have 'excellent' bodywork complete with dickie seat, interior trim, engine and transmission, and 'very good' paintwork. Its specification includes a conversion from six to 12 volt electrics and the vendor informs us that 'everything works as it should'. 'SV 9654' is known to the Morris club and is now being offered complete with its original handbook. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- In family ownership for the last 20 years - Conversion from six to 12 volt electrics - Known to the Morris club and offered with original handbook Willia...morem Morris' sturdy and affordable Cowley helped change British motoring from an elitist pastime to transport for the masses, and therefore hold an important place in automotive history. No less than 150,000 were produced between 1919 and 1926. This very well presented example is finished in Blue and trimmed in leather of the same colour. It was treated to a extensive restoration back in 2003 but has since averaged less than 100 miles between MOT tests. The venerable Morris has remained within the same family ownership for the last 20 years, and is considered by the vendor to have 'excellent' bodywork complete with dickie seat, interior trim, engine and transmission, and 'very good' paintwork. Its specification includes a conversion from six to 12 volt electrics and the vendor informs us that 'everything works as it should'. 'SV 9654' is known to the Morris club and is now being offered complete with its original handbook. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1970 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV

1970 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 19 of 137)

- RHD UK example, letter and car record from original supplying dealer on file - Koni shock absorbers, Eibach springs, Cromadora alloys (original wheels available) - Well maintained, red with black interior, featured in Classic Cars magazine January 1984 This UK market RHD Series 2 example of Bertone's achingly pretty coupe left the factory in July 1970 and was supplied new via Seymour Horwell of Kingsteignton, being first registered on 1st September 1970. A 2014 letter from the supplying dealer together with a copy of its stock book entry accompanies the car. In the current ownership for the past six years, it has been well maintained and benefits from the fitment of Koni shock absorbers and Eibach springs by Velocesport at a cost of over £4,000 having covered just 1,000 miles since. The brakes were also attended to and a new standard exhaust system fitted. Currently riding on period Cromadora alloy wheels, we understand the originals will be included. Finished in classic red with black interior, this desirable 1750 GTV displays c.94,400 miles and comes with Swansea V5C, MoT, copy DVLA records, assorted invoices for works carried out, workshop manual and photostat copy of an Italian text handbook. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- RHD UK example, letter and car record from original supplying dealer on file - Koni shock absorbers, Eibach springs, Cromadora alloys (original wheels available) ...more - Well maintained, red with black interior, featured in Classic Cars magazine January 1984 This UK market RHD Series 2 example of Bertone's achingly pretty coupe left the factory in July 1970 and was supplied new via Seymour Horwell of Kingsteignton, being first registered on 1st September 1970. A 2014 letter from the supplying dealer together with a copy of its stock book entry accompanies the car. In the current ownership for the past six years, it has been well maintained and benefits from the fitment of Koni shock absorbers and Eibach springs by Velocesport at a cost of over £4,000 having covered just 1,000 miles since. The brakes were also attended to and a new standard exhaust system fitted. Currently riding on period Cromadora alloy wheels, we understand the originals will be included. Finished in classic red with black interior, this desirable 1750 GTV displays c.94,400 miles and comes with Swansea V5C, MoT, copy DVLA records, assorted invoices for works carried out, workshop manual and photostat copy of an Italian text handbook. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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2000 Jaguar XKR Convertible

2000 Jaguar XKR Convertible

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 20 of 137)

- Two previous owners and every MoT from new - Maintained by Yardley Garage for ten years - BRG with Barley interior, c.57,000 miles only, MoT to April 2018 The sleek-looking Jaguar XK8 first broke cover at the 1996 Geneva Salon as a replacement for the ageing XJS. Designed in-house by Geoff Lawson, the newcomer (in common with the Aston Martin DB7) was based on a much modified XJS platform - the changes to which included the adoption of XJ40-type independent rear suspension. The standard version of the XK8 was powered by a 290bhp normally-aspirated version of the company's AJ26 V8 engine, and for those requiring more performance Jaguar offered a supercharged version, the mighty XKR. Like the XK8, this 370bhp monster was available in closed or open guise and could hit 60mph in a whisker over five seconds and power quickly to the electronically-limited top speed of 155mph. Displaying just c.57,000 miles and described as being in "very good" condition, this cosseted example has formed part of a private collection and been enjoyed by just two previous owners. Finished in BRG with Barley interior, it was maintained by Yardley Garage for a decade and comes with spare keys, book pack, all old MoTs, tonneau cover and MoT to April 2018. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Two previous owners and every MoT from new - Maintained by Yardley Garage for ten years - BRG with Barley interior, c.57,000 miles only, MoT to April 2018 ...more The sleek-looking Jaguar XK8 first broke cover at the 1996 Geneva Salon as a replacement for the ageing XJS. Designed in-house by Geoff Lawson, the newcomer (in common with the Aston Martin DB7) was based on a much modified XJS platform - the changes to which included the adoption of XJ40-type independent rear suspension. The standard version of the XK8 was powered by a 290bhp normally-aspirated version of the company's AJ26 V8 engine, and for those requiring more performance Jaguar offered a supercharged version, the mighty XKR. Like the XK8, this 370bhp monster was available in closed or open guise and could hit 60mph in a whisker over five seconds and power quickly to the electronically-limited top speed of 155mph. Displaying just c.57,000 miles and described as being in "very good" condition, this cosseted example has formed part of a private collection and been enjoyed by just two previous owners. Finished in BRG with Barley interior, it was maintained by Yardley Garage for a decade and comes with spare keys, book pack, all old MoTs, tonneau cover and MoT to April 2018. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1964 Triumph Herald 12/50 Skylight Saloon

1964 Triumph Herald 12/50 Skylight Saloon

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 21 of 137)

- Entered from a private Irish collection - Warranted 16,200 miles from new - Rare, surviving 'Skylight' (sunroof) model Launched in April 1959, the Triumph Herald was styled by Giovanni Michelotti. Equipped with all-round independent suspension and rack-and-pinion steering, its new chassis would later underpin the Spitfire, GT6 and Vitesse. An accomplished town car, criticism as to its lack of pace was answered by the introduction of the '12/50' for 1963. Powered by an 1147cc four-cylinder OHV engine that developed 51bhp and 63lbft, it was capable of some 80mph. Visually distinguished by a new grille, the '12/50' also boasted a folding 'Skylight' sun-roof and front disc brakes. According to its original logbook, this example was first registered as '563 XTG' to P.W.E. Longhurst Esq. of Penarth on 25th March 1964. The same document bears just four road fun licence stamps; the last one expiring on 28th February 1968. Acquired by Terry Lewis's Amman Garage thereafter, an accompanying invoice from DJ Motors of Llanelli suggests that the Triumph remained in Wales until the end of the 20th Century. Dated February 25th 2000, a letter on file from D. Chapman Esq. of Wombwell, Barnsley states: 'I have known the above vehicle for many years. The vehicle is totally original in every way. It has never been welded or sprayed, the mileage of 3,027 is correct'. Responsible for adding over 10,000 miles to its odometer, John West Esq. of Chalfont St. Giles owned the Herald from April 2002 - June 2006. Entrusted to Kingsdown Garage of Faringdon a month later by its next keeper, Anthony Goodyer Esq. of Whitchurch, Hampshire, the 12/50 benefited from attention to its back axle, speedo cable and brakes etc. Last issued with a MOT certificate at 15,801 miles on 13th May 2010, the Triumph has since covered a further 400 or so. Dry stored as part of a private Irish collection for the past few years, '563 XTG' is a true timewarp that remains in remarkably original condition. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Entered from a private Irish collection - Warranted 16,200 miles from new - Rare, surviving 'Skylight' (sunroof) model Launched in April 1959, the Triump...moreh Herald was styled by Giovanni Michelotti. Equipped with all-round independent suspension and rack-and-pinion steering, its new chassis would later underpin the Spitfire, GT6 and Vitesse. An accomplished town car, criticism as to its lack of pace was answered by the introduction of the '12/50' for 1963. Powered by an 1147cc four-cylinder OHV engine that developed 51bhp and 63lbft, it was capable of some 80mph. Visually distinguished by a new grille, the '12/50' also boasted a folding 'Skylight' sun-roof and front disc brakes. According to its original logbook, this example was first registered as '563 XTG' to P.W.E. Longhurst Esq. of Penarth on 25th March 1964. The same document bears just four road fun licence stamps; the last one expiring on 28th February 1968. Acquired by Terry Lewis's Amman Garage thereafter, an accompanying invoice from DJ Motors of Llanelli suggests that the Triumph remained in Wales until the end of the 20th Century. Dated February 25th 2000, a letter on file from D. Chapman Esq. of Wombwell, Barnsley states: 'I have known the above vehicle for many years. The vehicle is totally original in every way. It has never been welded or sprayed, the mileage of 3,027 is correct'. Responsible for adding over 10,000 miles to its odometer, John West Esq. of Chalfont St. Giles owned the Herald from April 2002 - June 2006. Entrusted to Kingsdown Garage of Faringdon a month later by its next keeper, Anthony Goodyer Esq. of Whitchurch, Hampshire, the 12/50 benefited from attention to its back axle, speedo cable and brakes etc. Last issued with a MOT certificate at 15,801 miles on 13th May 2010, the Triumph has since covered a further 400 or so. Dry stored as part of a private Irish collection for the past few years, '563 XTG' is a true timewarp that remains in remarkably original condition. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1953 Ford Zephyr 6

1953 Ford Zephyr 6

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 22 of 137)

- Entered from a private Irish collection - Rare, surviving first generation Zephyr 6 - Tubular exhaust manifold, aftermarket rear blind and bench seats re-trimmed in leather Introduced in early 1951, Ford's Consul (four-cylinder) and Zephyr (six-cylinder) models were notable for their use of a monocoque bodyshell, MacPherson Strut independent front suspension and hydraulic drum brakes. Able to seat up to six thanks to the provision of a front bench seat and column gearchange, the Ford duo were powered by a new generation of 'oversquare' engines. Notably rugged and surprisingly quick, the 2262cc OHV-engined Zephyr Six proved a highly effective rally car with Maurice Gatsonides winning the 1953 Monte Carlo Rally aboard one (beating a Jaguar MKVII into second place) and Vic Preston piloting another to victory on the 1955 East African Safari Rally. Updated in September 1952, the Zephyr gained a revised dashboard with a separate instrument pod that mimicked the shape of its grille. For those Zephyr owners who wanted more performance Raymond Mays offered a range of tuning goodies from twin carburettors to freer-flowing exhausts. Suitably enhanced, the six-seater Ford could give contemporary sportscars a run for their money with a 95mph top speed! Finished in Blue with Light Grey leather upholstery, this particular example has formed part of a private Irish collection since 2006. The Ford's front and rear bench seats have been re-trimmed at some stage (leather was an optional extra in period) but its door cards look to be original. Under the bonnet the Zephyr's six-cylinder engine sports a tubular exhaust manifold but otherwise things appear pretty standard. The saloon's rear window carries an aftermarket sun blind. Wonderfully evocative of the 1950s and a comparatively rare survivor today, this appealing Ford looks to be in good overall condition and started readily during our photography session (October 2017). PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Entered from a private Irish collection - Rare, surviving first generation Zephyr 6 - Tubular exhaust manifold, aftermarket rear blind and bench seats re-trim...moremed in leather Introduced in early 1951, Ford's Consul (four-cylinder) and Zephyr (six-cylinder) models were notable for their use of a monocoque bodyshell, MacPherson Strut independent front suspension and hydraulic drum brakes. Able to seat up to six thanks to the provision of a front bench seat and column gearchange, the Ford duo were powered by a new generation of 'oversquare' engines. Notably rugged and surprisingly quick, the 2262cc OHV-engined Zephyr Six proved a highly effective rally car with Maurice Gatsonides winning the 1953 Monte Carlo Rally aboard one (beating a Jaguar MKVII into second place) and Vic Preston piloting another to victory on the 1955 East African Safari Rally. Updated in September 1952, the Zephyr gained a revised dashboard with a separate instrument pod that mimicked the shape of its grille. For those Zephyr owners who wanted more performance Raymond Mays offered a range of tuning goodies from twin carburettors to freer-flowing exhausts. Suitably enhanced, the six-seater Ford could give contemporary sportscars a run for their money with a 95mph top speed! Finished in Blue with Light Grey leather upholstery, this particular example has formed part of a private Irish collection since 2006. The Ford's front and rear bench seats have been re-trimmed at some stage (leather was an optional extra in period) but its door cards look to be original. Under the bonnet the Zephyr's six-cylinder engine sports a tubular exhaust manifold but otherwise things appear pretty standard. The saloon's rear window carries an aftermarket sun blind. Wonderfully evocative of the 1950s and a comparatively rare survivor today, this appealing Ford looks to be in good overall condition and started readily during our photography session (October 2017). PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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c.1968 Hillman Imp Californian

c.1968 Hillman Imp Californian

Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 23 of 137)

- Warranted 82 miles from new! - Original paint, upholstery and engine etc - An unrepeatable opportunity for Imp enthusiasts everywhere Launched in 1963, the Imp was the Rootes Group's counter to the already ubiquitous Mini. It was manufactured in the tiny town of Lindwood, Scotland and designed by Michael Parks and Tim Fry. The result was decidedly innovative and reportedly the first mass-produced car equipped with an all-alloy engine and the first volume-made British one to have its powerplant mounted in the rear. The upmarket Super Imp variant arrived in September 1965, co-incident with the MKII version of the standard car. It brought additional brightwork; over-riders; dummy front grille; wheel trims; full carpet; added sound-proofing; and a generally upgraded interior, including door-operated courtesy lights and integral ashtrays. Launched in late 1966 with the slogan 'Hallo Beautiful - meet the Imp with the fast-back look', the Californian also sported a raked windscreen, lowered roof line, dropped steering column and curved side windows for increased shoulder room etc. The work of in-house stylist Ron Wisdom, its svelte lines hid a revised front suspension set-up (less positive camber and reduced ride height) that resulted in more predictable / exploitable handling. Some £71 more expensive than its Saloon sibling, the handsome Coupe accounted for circa 6,100 domestic sales before production ceased in 1970. Thought to be unique, this particular example - chassis B401006507HCO - has covered just 82 miles from new! A former demonstration model, the Hillman has yet to be road registered (a process which The Imp Club could doubtless facilitate if a valid MOT certificate were obtained for the car). Finished in Forest Green with Green vinyl upholstery, the diminutive four-seater Coupe unsurprisingly still retains its original engine. Starting readily during our photography session (October 2017) and benefiting from a recent brake overhaul, this timewarp Californian is quite simply amazing and represents an unrepeatable opportunity for Imp enthusiasts everywhere! PLEASE NOTE: Since the catalogue went to press we have been contacted by a member of the Hillman Imp Club who believes that this Californian was previously sold via a BCA auction on July 31st 2004 at which time its odometer showed just 40 miles. The associated catalogue description stated that the four-seater had not only been 'purchased new in 1968 by a somewhat eccentric aircraft engineer' but also 'remained in storage for the majority of its life'. BCA quoted a registration number of 'MDP 248F' but noted that the Hillman was not registered with the DVLA and lacked any registration documents. The vendor was told by his late father who acquired the Imp for their family collection that it was a former demonstration model that had never been registered. However, he is prepared to accept that it might be the ex-BCA car if only because the odds of two such ultra-low mileage, Forest Green Californians still existing must be slim indeed! The seller is happy to warrant the present odometer of 82 miles as representing the total covered from new and considers that the car's condition and originality speak for themselves. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Warranted 82 miles from new! - Original paint, upholstery and engine etc - An unrepeatable opportunity for Imp enthusiasts everywhere Launched in 1963, t...morehe Imp was the Rootes Group's counter to the already ubiquitous Mini. It was manufactured in the tiny town of Lindwood, Scotland and designed by Michael Parks and Tim Fry. The result was decidedly innovative and reportedly the first mass-produced car equipped with an all-alloy engine and the first volume-made British one to have its powerplant mounted in the rear. The upmarket Super Imp variant arrived in September 1965, co-incident with the MKII version of the standard car. It brought additional brightwork; over-riders; dummy front grille; wheel trims; full carpet; added sound-proofing; and a generally upgraded interior, including door-operated courtesy lights and integral ashtrays. Launched in late 1966 with the slogan 'Hallo Beautiful - meet the Imp with the fast-back look', the Californian also sported a raked windscreen, lowered roof line, dropped steering column and curved side windows for increased shoulder room etc. The work of in-house stylist Ron Wisdom, its svelte lines hid a revised front suspension set-up (less positive camber and reduced ride height) that resulted in more predictable / exploitable handling. Some £71 more expensive than its Saloon sibling, the handsome Coupe accounted for circa 6,100 domestic sales before production ceased in 1970. Thought to be unique, this particular example - chassis B401006507HCO - has covered just 82 miles from new! A former demonstration model, the Hillman has yet to be road registered (a process which The Imp Club could doubtless facilitate if a valid MOT certificate were obtained for the car). Finished in Forest Green with Green vinyl upholstery, the diminutive four-seater Coupe unsurprisingly still retains its original engine. Starting readily during our photography session (October 2017) and benefiting from a recent brake overhaul, this timewarp Californian is quite simply amazing and represents an unrepeatable opportunity for Imp enthusiasts everywhere! PLEASE NOTE: Since the catalogue went to press we have been contacted by a member of the Hillman Imp Club who believes that this Californian was previously sold via a BCA auction on July 31st 2004 at which time its odometer showed just 40 miles. The associated catalogue description stated that the four-seater had not only been 'purchased new in 1968 by a somewhat eccentric aircraft engineer' but also 'remained in storage for the majority of its life'. BCA quoted a registration number of 'MDP 248F' but noted that the Hillman was not registered with the DVLA and lacked any registration documents. The vendor was told by his late father who acquired the Imp for their family collection that it was a former demonstration model that had never been registered. However, he is prepared to accept that it might be the ex-BCA car if only because the odds of two such ultra-low mileage, Forest Green Californians still existing must be slim indeed! The seller is happy to warrant the present odometer of 82 miles as representing the total covered from new and considers that the car's condition and originality speak for themselves. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1978 Triumph Stag

1978 Triumph Stag

Lot # 24 (Sale Order: 24 of 137)

- Part of the renowned Patrick Collection from new until December 2004 when it entered the current ownership - Notably late example that has covered just 10,800 miles from new - Original Passport to Service, handbook, Supercover documentation, 4-speed maual plus overdrive Introduced in June 1970, the Triumph Stag was conceived as a luxury convertible sportscar to rival the likes of the R107-series Mercedes-Benz SL. As such, it came equipped with electric windows, power-assisted rack and pinion steering and servo-backed disc / drum brakes as standard. Based around a two-door monocoque bodyshell (stylist Giovanni Michelotti had physically shortened a pre-production Triumph 2000 saloon in order to fashion the initial prototype), the newcomer featured all-round independent suspension (McPherson strut front / semi-trailing arm rear) and a well laid-out 2+2 cabin. Neatly integrated, the substantial roll-over hoop that joined the B-pillars gained extra strength from a T-bar link to the windscreen frame. With some 145bhp and 167lbft of torque on tap from its bespoke 2997cc SOHC V8 engine, the model was reputedly capable of 120mph. Available with a choice of four-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission all but the earliest Stags benefited from both hard- and soft-top roofs. Despite being in production for seven years during which time 25,877 cars were made, a mere 9,500 or so are thought to have survived. Retaining its original Passport to Service, handbook and Supercover documentation, this particular example formed part of the renowned Patrick Collection from new until December 2004 when it entered the current ownership. Issued with its last MOT certificate on January 7th 2004 at 10,187 miles, the Triumph has only covered an additional 700 miles since then. Resprayed from Red to Jade Green at the Patrick family's request before it even left the showroom, the Stag was treated to routine maintenance whilst in their care including a new clutch and overdrive overhaul etc. Benefiting from a Kenlowe fan, the factory-fitted V8 engine started readily during our recent photography session (October 2017). Offered for sale with the aforementioned paperwork, handwritten Patrick Collection maintenance log and assorted old MOT certificates (including its first one at 3,576 miles). PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Part of the renowned Patrick Collection from new until December 2004 when it entered the current ownership - Notably late example that has covered just 10,800 mile...mores from new - Original Passport to Service, handbook, Supercover documentation, 4-speed maual plus overdrive Introduced in June 1970, the Triumph Stag was conceived as a luxury convertible sportscar to rival the likes of the R107-series Mercedes-Benz SL. As such, it came equipped with electric windows, power-assisted rack and pinion steering and servo-backed disc / drum brakes as standard. Based around a two-door monocoque bodyshell (stylist Giovanni Michelotti had physically shortened a pre-production Triumph 2000 saloon in order to fashion the initial prototype), the newcomer featured all-round independent suspension (McPherson strut front / semi-trailing arm rear) and a well laid-out 2+2 cabin. Neatly integrated, the substantial roll-over hoop that joined the B-pillars gained extra strength from a T-bar link to the windscreen frame. With some 145bhp and 167lbft of torque on tap from its bespoke 2997cc SOHC V8 engine, the model was reputedly capable of 120mph. Available with a choice of four-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission all but the earliest Stags benefited from both hard- and soft-top roofs. Despite being in production for seven years during which time 25,877 cars were made, a mere 9,500 or so are thought to have survived. Retaining its original Passport to Service, handbook and Supercover documentation, this particular example formed part of the renowned Patrick Collection from new until December 2004 when it entered the current ownership. Issued with its last MOT certificate on January 7th 2004 at 10,187 miles, the Triumph has only covered an additional 700 miles since then. Resprayed from Red to Jade Green at the Patrick family's request before it even left the showroom, the Stag was treated to routine maintenance whilst in their care including a new clutch and overdrive overhaul etc. Benefiting from a Kenlowe fan, the factory-fitted V8 engine started readily during our recent photography session (October 2017). Offered for sale with the aforementioned paperwork, handwritten Patrick Collection maintenance log and assorted old MOT certificates (including its first one at 3,576 miles). PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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1973 Fiat 500 Abarth Evocation

1973 Fiat 500 Abarth Evocation

Lot # 25 (Sale Order: 25 of 137)

- Retained by its first keeper from 1973 to 1986 and the second until it was imported to the UK - Subject to a total refurbishment and upgradeed to Abarth specification this year - The vendor believes (but not guarantees) the mileage of 9,450km to be correct JKH 384L' started life in Pesaro, Italy as a lefthand drive 500L. Its first keeper retained the car from 1973 to 1986 and the second until it was imported to the UK in 2017. Since arriving, it has undergone a fairly major change of character by virtue of a total refurbishment and upgrade to Abarth specification. It now features: 650cc engine conversion with high-performance camshaft; larger Weber 28/36DCD carburettor with performance filter; Abarth sump; Giannini rocker cover; electronic ignition; sports exhaust; new clutch; synchromesh gearbox and Abarth gearchange lever; Abarth suspension lowering kit; alloy wheels; Momo-style Abarth steering wheel; Abarth badges and decals. As the little Fiat remained unused from 1990, the vendor believes (but not guarantees) the mileage of 9,450km to be correct, but it has certainly only covered 500km since the engine was overhauled and upgraded. JKH 384L' comes with copies of its Italian registration documents and an MOT to August 10, 2018. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

- Retained by its first keeper from 1973 to 1986 and the second until it was imported to the UK - Subject to a total refurbishment and upgradeed to Abarth specifica...moretion this year - The vendor believes (but not guarantees) the mileage of 9,450km to be correct JKH 384L' started life in Pesaro, Italy as a lefthand drive 500L. Its first keeper retained the car from 1973 to 1986 and the second until it was imported to the UK in 2017. Since arriving, it has undergone a fairly major change of character by virtue of a total refurbishment and upgrade to Abarth specification. It now features: 650cc engine conversion with high-performance camshaft; larger Weber 28/36DCD carburettor with performance filter; Abarth sump; Giannini rocker cover; electronic ignition; sports exhaust; new clutch; synchromesh gearbox and Abarth gearchange lever; Abarth suspension lowering kit; alloy wheels; Momo-style Abarth steering wheel; Abarth badges and decals. As the little Fiat remained unused from 1990, the vendor believes (but not guarantees) the mileage of 9,450km to be correct, but it has certainly only covered 500km since the engine was overhauled and upgraded. JKH 384L' comes with copies of its Italian registration documents and an MOT to August 10, 2018. PLEASE NOTE: All estimates are subject to a buyer's premium of 16.2% incl. VAT

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