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Ford Popular 100E

Ford Popular 100E

Lot # 101 (Sale Order: 1 of 164)

In 1959 the old Popular was replaced by a new version which was in production until 1962. Like the previous model it used a superseded Anglia body shell, this time that of the 100E, and it was powered by a strengthened 1172cc side valve engine producing 36 bhp. The brakes were now hydraulic with 8-inch drums all round. The basic model stripped out many items from the old model but there was a large list of extras available; on the De Luxe version many of the extras were included as standard. In total 126,115 Popular 100Es were built. The Motor magazine tested a 100E in 1960 and found it to have a top speed of 69.9 mph, acceleration from 0-50 mph in 19.6 seconds and a fuel consumption of 33.2 miles per gallon, the test car cost £494 including taxes with a comment that it was the lowest-priced orthodox saloon on the British market. In 1960, the manufacturer's recommended retail price of £494 was equivalent to 26 weeks' worth of the average UK wage. Click here for more information

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MG 1300 Mk. II

MG 1300 Mk. II

Lot # 102 (Sale Order: 2 of 164)

In 1962, a quite revolutionary new saloon was launched by BMC at the same time as the brand new MGB. Initially wearing the Morris badge, it was hot from the drawing boards of Alec Issigonis and Pininfarina. The Morris 1100 saloon was bristling with new technology and although the Mini had been launched very successfully in 1959. It was then given a face lift and now sported a 1275cc engine and a two door body. The fascia and instrumentation were improved and soon adopted as the MG 1300. The Mk. II adopted the Riley walnut veneer fascia panel that carried a revolution counter, speedometer, fuel, oil pressure and water temperature gauges as well as a smart leather-covered three-spoked alloy steering wheel. Click here for more information

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Fiat 130B Coupe by Pininfarina

Fiat 130B Coupe by Pininfarina

Lot # 103 (Sale Order: 3 of 164)

Gianni Agnelli, the founder of Lancia ordered a Fiat 130 shooting brake as his company car. The advanced (and prize-winning) lines penned by Paolo Martin of Pininfarina were admired globally especially when combined with equally advanced suspension geometry in the form of four-wheel independent suspension, to wit, Macpherson struts all-round and torsion bars front and coil springs rear.This rare right hand drive 'B' version benefits from significant refinements over the earlier 'A' version in the form of dashboard redesign, advanced fibre-optic internal lighting and more power. Both 'Motor' and 'Autocar' journalists agreed that, 'seldom have we encountered such excellent handling in a car of this size'. Described as in good condition by the current vendor, it has been stripped and repainted in recent years by one of its previous owners, the noted motoring journalist, Martin Buckley of Classic & Sports Car through Cotswold Classic Car Restorations. Supplied with a stainless steel exhaust as well as numerous spare parts including headlights, fabric, new radiator, four wheels and much more. With an extensive history file, this elegant sporting tourer is offered without reserve. Click here for more information

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Sunbeam Alpine Mk. IV GT

Sunbeam Alpine Mk. IV GT

Lot # 104 (Sale Order: 4 of 164)

The Sunbeam Alpine is a sporty two-seat open car launched in 1953, it was the first vehicle from Sunbeam-Talbot Limited to bear the Sunbeam name since the 1935 takeover of Sunbeam and Talbot by the Rootes Group. Ken Howes and Jeff Crompton were tasked with doing a complete redesign of the Alpine in 1956 to produce a dedicated sports car aimed principally at the US market. Ken Howes contributed some 80% of the overall design work and, throughout its production cycle, the Alpine was manufactured in four subsequent revisions through to 1968. Production stopped shortly after the Chrysler takeover of the Rootes Group. The Series II of 1960 featured an enlarged 1,592cc engine producing 80 bhp and revised rear suspension. A Series II with hardtop and overdrive was tested by The Motor magazine in 1960, they recorded a top speed of 98.6 mph, acceleration from 0-60 mph in 13.6 seconds and a fuel consumption of 31.0 miles per imperial gallon. Click here for more information

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Alfa Romeo Spider

Alfa Romeo Spider

Lot # 105 (Sale Order: 5 of 164)

The Alfa Romeo Spider was manufactured from 1966 to 1993 and is widely regarded as a design classic, remaining in production for almost three decades. The three first series were assembled by Pininfarina in Grugliasco and the fourth series in San Giorgio Canavese; this was the last rear wheel drive Alfa Romeo. The Spider underwent a major styling revamp in 1983 which saw the introduction of black rubber front and rear bumpers. The front bumper incorporated the grille and a small soft rubber spoiler was added to the boot lid, which altered the exterior appearance of the car considerably. Various other minor mechanical and aesthetic modifications were also made and the 1600 car dropped the 'Junior' name. The Quadrifoglio Verde (green four-leaf clover) model was introduced in 1986 with many aesthetic tweaks, including side skirts, mirrors, new front and rear spoilers, hard rubber boot mounted spoilers, unique 15 inch alloys and optional removable hardtop. Click here for more information

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Ford Escort 1.6 Cabriolet

Ford Escort 1.6 Cabriolet

Lot # 106 (Sale Order: 6 of 164)

The Ford Escort was introduced in the United Kingdom at the end of 1967 making its show debut at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1968. The Escort was a commercial success in many parts of Western Europe but nowhere more than in the UK, where it was the national best seller of the 1960's. In June 1974, less than six years after the car's UK introduction, Ford announced the completion of the two millionth Ford Escort, a milestone unmatched by any Ford model outside the USA. Click here for more information

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MG B GT

MG B GT

Lot # 107 (Sale Order: 7 of 164)

The MGB was launched in May 1962 to replace the MGA. Introduced as a four-cylinder roadster, a coupe with 2+2 seating was added in 1965 with production continuing until October 1980. The GT sported a ground-breaking design by Pininfarina with the launch of its fastback styling. By combining the sloping rear window with the rear deck lid, the GT offered the utility of a hatchback whilst retaining the style and shape of a coupe. Acceleration of the GT was slightly slower than that of the Roadster due to its increased weight although top speed was improved by 5mph to 105mph due to better aerodynamics. Click here for more information

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Maserati 3200 GT

Maserati 3200 GT

Lot # 108 (Sale Order: 8 of 164)

The Maserati 3200 GT was styled by Italdesign whose founder and head, Giorgetto Giugiaro, previously designed, amongst others, the Ghibli, Bora and Merak and so certainly had the pedigree behind him. Sold mainly in Europe, the 3200GT shared the twin-turbo 3.2 litre, V8 featured in the Quattroporte IV and Shamal, revised and tuned to 365bhp. The tail lights consisted of LEDs arranged in the shape of a boomerang. The outer layer of the 'boomerang' provided the brake light, with the inner layer providing the directional indicator. Sadly, the U.S. insisted on bulbs and so, as is so often the way, style made way for bureaucracy. Nevertheless, it went on to be a great success until 2007 with the boomerang rear lights being the more desirable.Supplied by Evans Halshaw Maserati on 9th of March 2001, this UK right hand drive Maserati 3200 GT manual is finished in rare Verde Mexico with beige leather and Verde carpets. Specified from new with Briarwood trim, gold clock and sports suspension, this 3200 GT is a real credit to the current owner who has lovingly maintained the car to a high standard with no expense spared. The mileage is supported with a superb service history, service book and a file full of invoices and previous MoT's, all in chronological order. This combined with the original service book, tool kit, V5c registration document and two keys equates to a very good history file. The throttle bodies have been upgraded to contactless and refurbished in 2017 with specialists Maserati Shed and recently the car has undergone a £4,000 service from Maserati Shed which included a 6,000 mile service, an MoT test with no advisories a cambelt change and new suspension arms. In 2015 the car benefitted from a brand new clutch and boasts four new Pirelli tyres. Our vendor spent three months searching for the correct 3200 GT and in the last four years he has lavished over £11,000 on her with new brake lines, suspension arms, anti roll bar drop links, a recent ABS ECU and new clutch. The service history accompanying this car is comprehensive and detailed. The vendor states this vehicle needs to be viewed in order to fully appreciate it and this should inspire the very best of confidence for any bidder. Click here for more information

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Triumph Stag

Triumph Stag

Lot # 109 (Sale Order: 9 of 164)

Stylish, fast and practical, the Stag began life as a Triumph 2000 based styling exercise by Italian carrossier Giovanni Michelotti. A 2+2 convertible, Michelotti's design featured a quad-lamp grill and sculpted front and rear ends, the latter destined to appear on many future Triumphs. By the time production commenced in 1970, the 2000's six-cylinder engine had been replaced by a three litre V8. A padded, 'T' shaped roll bar bracing the door pillars and windscreen was one of the Stag's most distinctive features and the model was available in soft top, hard top, or soft with hard top formats. Motor Sport described the Stag's interior as, 'well appointed, having all the usual instrumentation one would expect in a high performance car.'This Mk. II example was delivered on 1st March 1974, the first day of the new 'M' registration for years 1974/75. Finished in Mimosa Yellow, with a fully documented repaint in 2010, we are informed the paintwork presents well. From photographs taken during the restoration works it is evident that the car was structurally very solid and a worthy project to work upon. Presented with the original bronze interior with period brown carpets, the hood is in good order as is the original hood mechanism. TPJ 615M is fitted with the desirable 3.0 Ford Essex engine, which was professionally rebuilt and installed in 2010 and has travelled only 2000 miles since. The Ford engine was not only more reliable than the original V8 but also generated slightly more power and is coupled to the desirable manual gearbox. The car has a small history file with numerous old MoT test certificates, recent invoices for servicing, water pump, engine rebuild and repaint amongst many other parts bills this coupled to an MoT test certificate valid until June 2019. This is a great opportunity to own a very British classic that represents great value in the market and is most importantly in excellent usable condition. Click here for more information

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Rover P6 Series I (3500cc)

Rover P6 Series I (3500cc)

Lot # 110 (Sale Order: 10 of 164)

The Rover P6 series was the last of the 'P' designated Rover designs to reach production. It was marketed first as the Rover 2000 with a completely new design and was intended to appeal to a larger number of buyers. The next generation, the 3500, was advanced for the time with a De Dion suspension at the rear and four-wheel disc brakes, indeed the P6 series was voted European Car of the Year in 1964; the very first winner of this title. Click here for more information

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Lancia Fulvia 1.3S

Lancia Fulvia 1.3S

Lot # 111 (Sale Order: 11 of 164)

The Lancia Fulvia Coupe appeared in 1965, based on a shortened chassis from the saloon that was introduced two years earlier, beautifully built and exquisite to drive it was a cut above the Fiats and Fords of the day. It soon became involved in rallying and in HF form, and won the world championship several times, beginning Lancia's domination of the sport for two decades. Click here for more information

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Bentley T2

Bentley T2

Lot # 112 (Sale Order: 12 of 164)

The Bentley T-Series was the Bentley badged version of the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, available as a four or two door saloon with coachwork by James Young or Mulliner Park Ward. The Bentley differed from its Rolls-Royce equivalent by its more rounded front grille, while the badging on the wheel covers, boot lid and gauges naturally featured Bentley motifs rather than the Rolls-Royce logo. In October 1966, the 'T' saloon's pre-tax 'list price' of £5,375 undercut the Rolls-Royce by £50! The Bentley was technically an identical twin of the Rolls-Royce and seemed to have been purchased mostly by owners wishing for a more understated luxury saloon. The earlier sporting image of Bentley motorcars differing from Rolls-Royces had gone by the time the Silver Shadow/Bentley 'T' was introduced and this was no longer a primary reason to purchase a Bentley over the Rolls-Royce sibling. Click here for more information

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Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet

Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet

Lot # 113 (Sale Order: 13 of 164)

In May 1974, Volkswagen presented the first generation Golf as a modern front-wheel drive, long-range replacement for the Volkswagen Beetle. Later Golf variations included the Golf GTI 'hot hatch' introduced in June 1976, a diesel powered version from September 1976, the Jetta notchback saloon in October 1979 and from the end of 1979 the Golf cabriolet built by Karmann. September 1983 saw the introduction of the second generation Volkswagen Golf, the Mk. II, that grew slightly in terms of wheelbase, exterior and interior dimensions while retaining, in a more rounded form, the Mk. I's overall look. There was not a Golf Mk. II based cabriolet model, instead, the Mk. I cabriolet was continued over the Mk. II's entire production run. Karmann, in Osnabrueck, Germany, was until 2009 the largest independent motor vehicle manufacturing company in Germany. For more than a century, they have undertaken various roles, from design to production and assembly of components for various automobile manufacturers including Chrysler, Porsche and the Volkswagen Group.This stunning little cabriolet is offered in complete original factory specification with an automatic gearbox and a mere 18,000 miles from new. Owned previously by a long term lady owner, the GTI aerodynamic body styling is complete with 15 inch polished alloy wheels, sports seats and ABS braking system. It boasts the factory original interior described as unmarked and without wear to the bolsters. This is an Owner's Club member car with genuine history and stamps within its Volkswagen history file and service booklet, it is offered with original factory soft top in great condition and original tonneau cover and rear glass window. A recent oil and filter change is coupled to a new MoT certificate valid until August 2019. In such original condition and with a genuine 18,000 miles from new this is a very desirable Volkswagen. It is sure to attract enthusiasts and collectors but could equally be the perfect Chelsea runabout, an ultra urban chic example with an automatic gearbox. Click here for more information

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Rover Mini Moke

Rover Mini Moke

Lot # 114 (Sale Order: 14 of 164)

The Mini Moke was introduced in 1964 and was designed for the British Motor Corporation (BMC) by Sir Alec Issigonis. The name comes from Mini, the car with which the Moke shares many parts, and Moke, which is an archaic dialect term for donkey. The initial design was a prototype for a light military vehicle in the style of the American Jeep, but its small wheels and low ground clearance made it impractical as an off-road vehicle. It was subsequently offered in a civilian version as a low-cost, easily maintained utility vehicle. In 1990, British Leyland (by then called Rover Group) sold the Moke name to Cagiva, a motorcycle manufacturer in Bologna, Italy. Production continued in Portugal until 1993, when Cagiva transferred the tooling to their factory in Italy with the intention of restarting production in 1995, which they never did. Since Cagiva did not own the Mini name, the 1,500 cars they built were sold simply as Mokes. This brought the total production run of Mokes and Moke derivatives to about 50,000. Click here for more information

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Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina

Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina

Lot # 115 (Sale Order: 15 of 164)

The 105 series Berlina was introduced by Alfa Romeo in 1967 and remained in production until 1976. It was an updated and slightly enlarged version of the Giulia saloon which had been introduced in 1962. In turn, the Giulia was a fairly significant revision of the Giulietta saloon which had gone into production in 1956. It is a four door saloon, seats five, has a 1779cc or 1962cc four cylinder twin-cam aluminium engine in front, a five-speed manual transmission or three-speed automatic transmission, four wheel disc brakes, independent front suspension, live axle rear suspension, and a unit steel body. Click here for more information

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Porsche 968 Convertible

Porsche 968 Convertible

Lot # 116 (Sale Order: 16 of 164)

The Porsche 968 was manufactured from 1992 to 1995. It was the final evolution of a line of water-cooled front-engined rear wheel drive models that begun almost 20 years earlier with the 924. Like the 944, the 968 was sold as both a coupe and a convertible. The 968's basic styling was an evolution on that of the outgoing 944, itself based on the earlier 924. In an attempt to create a 'family resemblance' between models and associate it with the luxury 928 Gran Turismo, elements were borrowed from its upscale sibling. Others included a swooping headlamp design inspired by the 959 later incorporated in the 993 911. The 968 was powered by an updated version of the 944's 3.0 litre straight-four engine, producing 237 bhp. Changes to the 968's powertrain also included the addition of Porsche's then-new VarioCam variable valve timing system, newly optimized induction and exhaust systems, a dual-mass flywheel and updated engine management electronics. Both the VarioCam timing system and Tiptronic transmission were very recent developments for Porsche, first introduced on the 968 and would later become a feature of the Type 993 air-cooled six-cylinder engine. Click here for more information

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Austin 1100 Mk. I

Austin 1100 Mk. I

Lot # 117 (Sale Order: 17 of 164)

In 1962, a quite revolutionary new saloon was launched by BMC at the same time as the brand new MGB. Initially wearing the Morris badge, ADO16 was hot from the drawing boards of Alec Issigonis and Pininfarina. Offered in many guises by Innocenti, Morris, Riley, Wolseley, Vanden Plas and Austin, the AD016 was truly universal in its appeal. In line with BMC's policy at the time, Austin badged versions of the ADO16 were built at Longbridge, whilst Morris and MG versions were assembled at Cowley. The original Mk. I models were distinctive for their use of a Hydrolastic suspension. Marketing material highlighted the spacious cabin when compared to competitors such as the Ford Anglia, Vauxhall Viva HA and BMC's own still popular Morris Minor. Unlike almost all of its competitors, the AD016 featured front-wheel drive instead of the rear-wheel drive. The Mk. I Austin/Morris 1100 was available, initially, only as a four-door saloon. This little early Austin 1100 is in original condition throughout and presented in the correct factory colour specification of black with contrasting red interior. The car remains unrestored with the original paintwork still present. Registered new in 1965, it remained with its first owner in Canterbury, Kent a vicars wife for three years before being sold to its second owner who was a local employee of Barratts of Canterbury, an Austin main dealer. The second long term owner stored the car in a garage within the walls of Canterbury Cathedral from 1968 until they passed in 2013. Click here for more information

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Bentley T2

Bentley T2

Lot # 118 (Sale Order: 18 of 164)

In 1965, Bentley Motors, well aware that the S series had become dated and a little hard to distinguish from their Rolls-Royce stablemates, set about changing this perception. An opinion shared by Archie Vicar in the Motorist's Illustrated Digest, December 1965. The same correspondent gave the car a favourable review, especially in comparison to its Rolls-Royce stablemate. Unveiled in 1965, the entirely new T range with a specification to silence even the most vociferous of critics was a success. Introduced with a range of engineering upgrades to give a car of very advanced technical specification and with every effort to reduce vibration; harmonic dampers were fitted to the propeller shaft and the entire engine, gearbox and rear suspension were mounted on their own sub frame, with the final drive unit carried on a flexibly mounted cross member. Each car underwent two thirty-mile road tests before delivery. Craftsmen continued to use beautiful veneers, together with traditional deep pile Wilton carpet and leather upholstery, using eight hides to a car and even built in quadraphonic sound! Yet beneath the sleek exterior, performance was remarkable.The T2 introduced in 1977 is the evolution of the original saloon model. These later series cars offer a higher level of specification and numerous improvements which include a larger engine of 6.75 litres and revised suspension, brakes and steering, with only 568 produced. Click here for more information

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Mercedes-Benz 380 SL Roadster

Mercedes-Benz 380 SL Roadster

Lot # 119 (Sale Order: 19 of 164)

Introduced in early 1971, this impressive two-seater sports car replaced the 280 SL. The body and chassis of the 3rd generation SL was considerably heavier and longer than its predecessor but it still showed a slight resemblance. The standard transmission provided a top speed of 130mph and a very respectable 0-62mph in 8.8 seconds. As with the previous generations of SL's, the vehicle came as an open roadster with a removable hardtop roof. The R107 body shape went on to become one of the longest running styles from Mercedes-Benz, remaining in production until 1989 with some 13 variants during the production run.This delightful example of Mercedes-Benz's 'Little Black Dress' is presented in metallic Silver with matching blue interior complete with new carpet set. Accompanying this Mercedes-Benz is an MoT test certificate valid until 30th May 2019 and the all important hard top is presented in lovely condition.This vehicle is supplied with a V5C registration document and original book pack, owner's manual, maintenance booklet with 10 service stamps and numerous documents and old MoT test certificates. Finished in a very appealing colour combination this 380 SL is sure to be a very popular drop-top among our auction attendees. Click here for more information

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Ford Capri 1.6 Laser Mk. III (1.6 litre)

Ford Capri 1.6 Laser Mk. III (1.6 litre)

Lot # 120 (Sale Order: 20 of 164)

The Ford Capri was manufactured between 1968 and 1986, designed by American Philip T. Clark, who was also involved in the design of the Mustang. It used the mechanical components from the Cortina Mk. II and was intended as the European equivalent of the Mustang. The Capri went on to be a highly successful car for Ford, selling nearly 1.9 million units in its lifetime. A wide variety of engines were used in the Capri throughout its production lifespan. Click here for more information

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Rolls-Royce 20hp Saloon

Rolls-Royce 20hp Saloon

Lot # 121 (Sale Order: 21 of 164)

The Rolls-Royce Twenty, built between 1922 and 1929, was Rolls-Royce's 'small car' for the 1920s and was produced alongside the 40/50 Silver Ghost and the successor to the 40/50, the Phantom. It was intended to appeal to owner drivers but many were sold to customers with chauffeurs. Click here for more information

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Mercedes-Benz 350 SE

Mercedes-Benz 350 SE

Lot # 122 (Sale Order: 22 of 164)

The W116 was Mercedes-Benz flagship luxury sedan produced from September 1972 until 1980. The W116 were the first Mercedes-Benz models to be officially called the S-Class, although earlier sedan models had already unofficially been designated with the letter 'S' Ð for Sonderklasse or 'special class'.The car was presented in September 1972. The model range initially included two versions of the M110 engine a straight-six with 2746cc, the 280 S and the 280 SE, plus the 350 SE, powered by the V8 with 3.5 litre engine which naturally was more desirable to those driving a flagship Mercedes-Benz.This silver with contrasting blue trim example was first registered in August 1974, receipts in the history file lead us to believe this example was restored between 1998 and 2000 with numerous Mercedes-Benz invoices for parts and has since been looked after by a number of Mercedes-Benz enthusiasts. Offered with an MoT certificate until July 2019 this example of the 70's flagship Mercedes-Benz is sure to appreciated by like minded Benz fans. Click here for more information

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Mercedes-Benz E220 Sportline Convertible

Mercedes-Benz E220 Sportline Convertible

Lot # 123 (Sale Order: 23 of 164)

Mercedes-Benz introduced the 'E-Class' to the market in 1985 with the cabriolet version available from 1991. The W124 series was designed to last many miles with awards actually presented and received for high mileage versions. Much of the 124's engineering and many of its features were advanced automotive technology, incorporating innovations that have been adopted throughout the industry. It had one of the lowest drag coefficients of any vehicle at the time due to its aerodynamic body which included plastic moulding for the undercarriage to streamline airflow beneath the car reducing fuel consumption and wind noise. It had a single windscreen wiper that had an eccentric mechanism at its base extending the wiper's reach to the top corners of the windscreen. The coupes and convertibles had optional rear headrests that would fold down remotely to improve rearward visibility when required. Click here for more information

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Lancia Aprilia Lusso

Lancia Aprilia Lusso

Lot # 124 (Sale Order: 24 of 164)

Lovely Lancia Aprilia Lusso eligible to do VSCC events The Lancia Aprilia was the final car developed by Vincenzo Lancia and entered production on the month of his death. The design was highly advanced with production running from 1937 through to 1950. Innovative features included a steel monocoque construction, four pillarless doors, a narrow V4 overhead cam engine, four-wheel independent suspension and powerful hydraulic drum brakes. The model was successful in competition in period and continues to be a regular winner in the pre-war class in tough endurance events. The Aprilia is a wonderful balance of engineering excellence, pedigree and practicality. This 1938 Lancia Aprilia Lusso has had seven former keepers in its long history and was used as daily transport for a retired nurse in Edinburgh through the 1980’s. It was then laid up until it was bought at auction in 2008 as a running restoration project. The engineer who purchased the car set about rebuilding the mechanical components while the bodywork was repaired and treated to SRL rust prevention before repainting and re-assembling. At the time, the red interior was refreshed with new leather and a grey roof lining. The vehicle was then wisely converted to a 12 volt electrical system during restoration but could early be reverted back should the new owner wish to compete in VSCC events. In early 2010, the servicing and mechanical was carried out by marque specialist, Omicron Engineering. Purchased by the current owner in 2015, the car benefits from new carpets, a new cigarette lighter and the tyres were changed in 2015. Further works in 2015 have included interior trimming, new door stops, rubbers and weather seals for doors, windows and boot. This Lancia would benefit from some further time and financial investment. The car attended some local events such as the RAC Consistency trial in 2015 and 2016 and various Lancia pub meet ups. With prices of its big brother, the Aurelia, now into six figures, the Aprilia represents remarkable value for such an effective, practical and technically important motor car. Click here for more information

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Porsche 911 2.7 S

Porsche 911 2.7 S

Lot # 125 (Sale Order: 25 of 164)

The original Porsche 911, with its famous and durable design, was introduced in the Autumn of 1963 and built until 1989. From its inception, the 911 was modified both by private racing teams and the Porsche factory itself for racing, rallying and other competition. The original 911 series is often cited as the most successful sports/racing car ever, especially when its variations are included; namely the powerful 911-derived 935 which won Le Mans as well as other major sports cars races. In 1967, Porsche introduced the 911T model and subsequently a 911E version; however the 911S was the most desirable and with only 3,174 Porsche 911S's manufactured, good quality surviving examples are rare and highly collectable. Click here for more information

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