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The Imperial War Museum Duxford Auction An Auction of Selected Classic Cars Wednesday 26th July 2017 Welcome Dear Friends of H&H Classics Welcome to our first summer Duxford sale which offers a wonderful line-up of over 100 collectable cars. H&H Classics is one of only five auctioneers to sell a car for more than 10m and has established numerous world record prices here at Europe s largest historic aviation centre. Entries range from a 1910 Talbot 4AB Wagonette that served as an ambulance during World War One through to a 2001 Daimler Majestic 4.0 LWB which was built to special order for the personal use of HM The Queen. creating Twiggy s iconic Eton Crop look he cut everyone s hair from President John F. Kennedy to Reggie Kray via Meryl Streep and the Rolling Stones and counted Jack Nicholson and Stanley Kubrick as personal friends. The 1969 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2 2 that has had one registered keeper from new and shows just 1 733 recorded miles is something the likes of which we are unlikely to ever encounter again while the 1961 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Flat Floor Roadster is a testament to the skill of its restorers XK Engineering. The ex-Gilby Engineering 1961 Lotus Elite Series 2 boasts a period competition history as does the likely unique 1951 HRG 1500 Four-Seater Tourer and the ex-Ken Downing 1948 Connaught L2 which is coming to market for the first time in almost 60 years. The 1970 Triumph Stag on offer is preproduction car no.9 and was used for press launch duties in Belgium. Finished in desirable Silver Birch the 1966 Aston Martin DB6 is believed to have covered just 75 000 miles from new and is considerably smarter than the DBS and DB2 4 going under the hammer both of which are worthy restoration projects. The final Lot in the catalogue is a 1954 MG TF 1500 which is being offered by the family of renowned motoring artist the late James Allington. Mr Allington lovingly restored it between 19931998 and the two-seater comes with one of his exquisite cut away drawings. Thanks for joining us for what promises to be a great sale a celebration of the best of Classic motoring and the opportunity to buy a special car. Yours sincerely Simon Hope & Dominic Lyncker Duxford July 26th The 1953 Lagonda DB 2.6 3.0 Litre Drophead Coupe that was supplied new to Sir Peter Ustinov CBE FRSA likely inspired HRH Prince Philip to order a near identical car - the two being members of the Thursday Club in Soho at the time (we sold The Duke of Edinburgh s former steed for a record breaking 346 800 last year). Ordered new by the grandson of US railway magnate Jay Gould who was proclaimed the world s richest man in the 19th century the 1938 Bentley 4.25 Litre James Young Sedanca Coupe that graces the catalogue cover is a wonderfully elegant motorcar and the first of just three examples made (the others going to the Maharaja of Nabha and Mrs E.V.W. Young). A true survivor the 1929 Bugatti Type 44 was beautifully restored by Wilkinsons of Derby and incorporates the body from a sister car which was first owned by Jean Jacques Peugeot of the car making dynasty and used for target practice by German soldiers during World War Two If cars could talk then the 1970 Morris Mini Cooper S MKII Wood & Pickett Margrave that once belonged to Leonard of Mayfair would doubtless have quite a few tales to tell. Responsible for 3 4 Contacts & Auction Information HEAD OFFICE The Motor House Lyncastle Road Warrington Cheshire WA4 4SN T 44 (0) 1925 210035 F 44 (0) 1925 269631 E info HandH.co.uk BUYERS PREMIUM PRIVATE SALE SHOWROOM La Source Churt Road Hindhead Surrey GU26 6NL T 44 (0) 1428 607899 AUCTION VENUE Imperial War Museum Duxford Cambridgeshire CB22 4QR AUCTION VIEWING Tuesday 25th July 2017 from 12pm to 6pm Wednesday 26th July 2017 from 9am BID ONLINE Motor Cars 15% (incl. VAT 20%) MOTOR CAR SALE Wednesday 26th July 2017 at 1.15pm REGISTRATIONS Wednesday 26th July 2017 at 1.00pm 5 OUR CORE VALUES KEEP IT SIMPLE We make buying and selling classic cars and motorcycles simple. We strive to democratise classic auctions strip away the jargon and complications to make it accessible easy to take part and to enjoy. 6 The National Motorcycle Museum Auction An Auction of Classic Motorcycles Saturday 2nd September 2017 1929 Harley Davidson Model D Estimate 16 000 - 19 000 NOW ACCEPTING ENTRIES CONSIGN TODAY All hammer prices are subject to a buyer s premium of 15% incl. VAT ( 20%) To consign your classic motorcycle contact one of our Specialists today for a complimentary appraisal Mark Bryan 07958 107974 or George Beale 07808 159149 OUR CORE VALUES DARE TO BE DIFFERENT We have the confidence to do things differently to explore new routes walk our own path do what s not been done before and in doing so delight our customers. 8 Notes for Intending Purchasers Prospective purchasers are respectfully advised to read the Terms and Conditions of Sale carefully before bidding on any lot as they form the terms of your contract with us whether or not you are a successful bidder. Admission H&H has the right at its sole discretion without assigning any reason whatsoever to refuse admission to any of its sales or indeed its premises to any person. The purchase of a catalogue does not constitute an entry ticket or guarantee entry. Bidder Registration To enable the Auctioneer to recognise bidders during the sale all intending buyers are required to complete a Bidder s Registration Form. This will enable you to bid at the sale by means of a number allocated to you. All prospective bidders must complete the form giving full identification and appropriate references and produce identification which will take the form of a current UK driving licence or passport. All Lots sold will be invoiced to the registered bidder. If you lose your catalogue or bidder s number please notify reception immediately. References We reserve the right to request banker s references from prospective purchasers and these should be supplied in time to allow them to be taken up prior to the sale. Failure to comply with this could result in the facility to bid being withdrawn. Currency Converter Solely for the convenience of bidders a currency converter is provided at H&H sales. The rates quoted for conversion of other currencies to pounds sterling are indicative only and provided by our partner Currency Solutions. We will not be responsible for any errors inaccuracies or omissions in the currency converter. Currency Solutions bank beating rates could end up saving you up to 5% on the cost of your sale or acquisition. Additionally they can fix exchange rates on the hammer removing the risk of foreign exchange losses in the days after the auction. For further information please contact 44 (0) 207 740 0000. Insurance A representative of Footman James Insurance Services will be in attendance and will be pleased to advise buyers in this area. Please be reminded that the insurance is the buyer s responsibility from the fall of the hammer. Bidding Increments In the case of Commission Telephone and Live and On-line Internet bidding the following increments will apply. 100 1 000 - 2 000 2 000 - 5 000 200 300 5 000 - 10 000 500 10 000 - 20 000 1 000 20 000 - 50 000 2 000 3 000 50 000 - 100 000 5 000 Over 100 000 At the Auctioneers discretion Premium Purchasers are reminded that a Buyers Premium is payable on all lots and is subject to VAT at the prevailing rate. The rates are as follows Motor Cars 12.5% Registrations 12.5% Bicycles 12.5% Motorcycles 12.5% Automobilia 12.5% Warranty H&H is acting as the agent of the Seller in offering his lot for sale by auction. We cannot and do not inspect each lot in detail to verify the Seller s description - often we only see it shortly before the Sale. Therefore we cannot and do not take responsibility for the condition of the lot or the accuracy of its description. This is the reason for our very specific terms as to roadworthiness (Condition 19.1) and absence of warranties (Condition 12.1) which intending purchasers should read carefully. Commission Telephone Bids We will make reasonable efforts to execute commission and telephone bids when instructed provided they are received by 5pm the day before the Sale. Lot(s) will be bought as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and reserves. Where more than one commission bid is submitted at the same winning amount the commission bid submitted to the Auctioneer first will be the winning bid. We reserve the right to request a refundable deposit of approximately 10% of the intended bid amount. Payment For immediate clearance of Lot(s) full payment must be made to H&H Classics Limited by means of Banker s Draft Building Society Cheque Maestro Solo Visa Debit or Visa Electron Cash up to 9 000 or Interbank Transfer by 12.00 noon the day following the sale. Payment by credit card is acceptable but is subject to a surcharge of 2.5% plus VAT on the Total Amount Due. In any event purchasers are reminded that clearance of Lot(s) may only be effected once we have received cleared funds in our account. For Purchaser s wishing to pay by bank transfer our bank account details are as follows Account Name IBAN Number Swift Code Account Number Branch Sort Code Bank H&H Classics Limited GB98NWBK01091771060480 NWBKGB2L 71060480 01-09-17 Nat West Warrington Veteran Car Club of Great Britain Dating Plates and Certificates When mention is made of the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain Dating Plates and Certificates in this catalogue it should be borne in mind that the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain does from time to time review cars already dated and in some instances where fresh evidence becomes available alter the date. Whilst the Club makes every effort to ensure accuracy the date shown on the Dating Plate or Dating Certificate cannot be guaranteed as correct and intending purchasers should make their own enquiries as to the date of the car. Export Licence Dates Export licences may be required for any lot manufactured or produced 50 years or more prior to the date of export from the U.K. It is the responsibility of the buyer to obtain the licence and correct documentation prior to the exportation of the lot. Removal of Lots A representative of our preferred transport providers E.M. Rogers and Chas Mortimer will be present at the sale to assist with any transport requirements. All lots are held at the purchaser s risk at the fall of the hammer and must be removed not later than 1pm on the day following the sale. Please note if lot(s) are not removed by then the standard charges as stated in our Terms and Conditions will apply. Vehicle Identity and Competition History Any motor vehicle is sold as a collector s item and not as a means of transport. Buyers are specifically warned that any vehicle sold as such may well have had parts replaced and paint renewed or be made up of parts from other vehicles the condition of which may be difficult to establish. The Auctioneer has to rely on information as to the date condition and authenticity provided by the Seller and does not provide its own description and does not and cannot undertake its own inspection of vehicles or other Lot and it is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that the Lot conforms to the description in the catalogue. The Auctioneer cannot check or verify the authenticity of the chassis or VIN number under which a vehicle is offered but relies on the Seller s description. Buyers should take particular care to verify in advance the authenticity of a vehicle that is claimed to have important racing rallying or ex-works history as it was common in period for a competition vehicle of a single identity to have more than one chassis body or other mechanical components. This may have happened several times both in a vehicle s works career and thereafter in private owner hands. Sometimes works vehicles were fitted with different registration plates so that a vehicle could meet a particular event s start date deadline. These historical factors may lead to there being in existence multiple and competing claimants to the same vehicle identity. Racing Cars & Documentation Buyers are reminded that the presence of an old HVIF (FIA papers) or other documentation does not constitute a promise on behalf of the MSA or other issuing authority that they will be re-issued on demand. A car s application for a Historic Technical Passport will be subject to the prevailing regulation in Appendix K and can be reviewed much the same way Veteran Cars can be re-dated as new information comes to light. The Issuing Authority can refuse to issue new papers. Any prospective purchaser should check the position of the Lot prior to bidding. 9 OUR CORE VALUES INFECTIOUS ENTHUSIASM We know classic vehicle ownership is a head and heart decision. We are professional enthusiasts and share the emotion of buying owning and selling classic cars and motorcycles. At every opportunity we will ensure our passion and enthusiasm inspires our clients. 10 THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION REGISTRATION XLL 6 ESTIMATE NO RESERVE Cherished number plate XLL 6 with retention certificate issued on 10th March 2017. 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REGISTRATION CRS 7 ESTIMATE 4 000 - 6 000 Cherished number plate CRS 7 with retention certificate issued on 9th August 2016. R2 REGISTRATION OOO 5 R3 ESTIMATE 10 000 - 15 000 Cherished number plate OOO 5 with retention certificate issued on 24th January 2017. ..................................................................................... ..................................................................................... ..................................................................................... ..................................................................................... ..................................................................................... ..................................................................................... ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 11 OUR CORE VALUES LIVE THEIR LIFE We know that owning a classic is a lifestyle choice and our customers join a community with shared interests. We will always reflect that in the experiences we create ensuring our auctions are much more than buying and selling classics becoming lifestyle ownership events. 12 THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 1955 MORRIS MINOR SII SPLIT SCREEN CONVERTIBLE CONVERSION ESTIMATE NO RESERVE 1 1979 LOTUS ELITE One owner & 33 500 miles from new ESTIMATE 4000 - 5000 2 REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg FBF11 358950 REG NO CHASSIS GHE781V 79071566A Designed by Alec Issigonis the Morris Minor remained in production from 1948 to 1971 endearing itself to generations of motorists along the way. According to its chassis number this particular example began life as a two-door Series II Saloon. Part of a County Wexford based collection for many years it had been reconfigured as a Convertible prior to acquisition. It is not known who carried out the work however the presence of a Morris Minor Centre of Greatford Lincs sticker in its plastic back window suggests that they may well have been responsible. As well as exchanging its tin top for a soft top the four-seater has been upgraded with a later and more powerful A-series OHV four-cylinder engine. Flashing indicators have been added for safety and the dashboard updated too. The red interior trim is tired as is the vinyl roof which will need repairing or replacing. Starting readily upon inspection the Morris felt OK with regard to its clutch and brakes but will need recommissioning prior to road use. A highly affordable and appealing four-seater Convertible. Not one for the purists but potentially great fun nonetheless. The Type 75 Elite of 1974 not only revived a famous Lotus name from the past but represented the company s first foray into Saloon car territory. Its two-door four-seater fibreglass hatchback bodyshell was designed by Oliver Winterbottom. The newcomer was powered by an equally new Lotus engine the all-alloy DOHC four-cylinder 907 unit of 1973cc and drove through the rear wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox. As tested by Motor magazine the Elite was capable of sprinting to 60mph in around 7.8 seconds and on to a top speed of around 125mph. The handsome interior was the work of Giugiaro. This right-hand drive Elite 501 left the Hethel factory in 1979 and sports Silver fibreglass bodywork Black leather interior and is a 1 owner example from new being supplied to the vendor by D.C Cook of Doncaster. Having covered just 33 500 miles the Elite has recently been serviced after a period of dry storage and MOT d into April 2018 with no-advisory s. Offered with original sales brochure collection of invoices and 19 old MOT certificates the vendor currently classes this extremely collectable Elite as having very good bodywork paintwork interior trim engine and five-speed manual gearbox. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 13 MOTOR CARS 3 1963 FORD ZODIAC MKIII Less than 41 000 miles from new ESTIMATE 10000 - 12000 4 1979 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER SHADOW II ESTIMATE 9000 - 11000 REG NO CHASSIS 5523 RU Z64C124289 REG NO CHASSIS EUT687T SRH35327 This very smartly-presented automatic transmission example of Ford s third generation Zodiac has apparently covered just 40 302 miles from new - an average of around 750 miles a year Finished in White with a Red roof and interior trim it is presently regarded by the vendor as having good bodywork paintwork upholstery straightsix engine and gearbox. He adds that the Ford is very reliable drives well and its automatic gearbox changes as it should . Within the last four years 5523 RU has been treated to a new carburettor a top-end engine and gearbox overhaul and four fresh tyres and is now being sold complete with a two inch thick folder of invoices and no less than 19 old MOTs plus a current one valid to September 27. Now a very rare sight on our roads the MKIII Zodiac was Ford s top of the range model from 1962 to 1966 and would have cost c. 1000 to buy new. Successor to the long-running Silver Cloud the Silver Shadow was launched in October 1965 although development prototypes had been testing since the summer of 1957. However early models were quite rightly criticised for having somewhat woolly handling with appreciable amounts of body roll and despite minor improvements over the years the first major attempt to make the Silver Shadow more of a driver s car came with the launch of the Silver Shadow II in March 1977. This Shadow II is finished in dark blue with grey leather upholstery and is described by the vendor as being excellent with regards to the engine transmission electrical equipment and interior trim with very good paintwork and bodywork. Offered with a collection of old MOT certificates and owners wallet with handbooks and well stamped service book this potentially inexpensive entry to the exclusive world of Rolls-Royce motoring is offered for sale with an MOT certificate showing no advisories valid until May 2018. 14 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 1969 TRIUMPH 2000 SALOON ESTIMATE NO RESERVE 5 1958 FIAT 600 MULTIPLA ESTIMATE 4000 - 5000 6 REG NO CHASSIS BPO375G MB110830DL0 REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg 00108027488 Triumph s big Michelotti-penned Saloon was manufactured from 1963 to 1977. Of robust construction it was quickly turned into a rally car both by the Works team and private individuals. The most famous result was the 2nd 4th places of the 2.5PI version on the 1970 London To Mexico World Cup Rally but plenty of other successes were achieved by both the 2000 and 2.5PI spawning numerous evocations of which BPO 375G is one. A 1969 model 2000 it is finished in Works Blue trimmed in Blue cloth and rides on Minilite-style wheels. The subject of an older restoration it features a stage 1 tuned engine stiffened and lowered suspension period-style wing mirrors and five auxiliary front lights. The vendor classes most aspects of the car as good and believes the indicated mileage of 39 000 miles to be genuine and is selling the Triumph complete with its original bumpers and an MOT valid to June 14 2018. Introduced at the January 1956 Brussels Salon the Fiat 600 Multipla was ingeniously packaged. Despite sitting on a two metre wheelbase the newcomer could accommodate up to six people. Borrowing the independent double wishbone front suspension and steering set-up from the Fiat 1100 but otherwise utilising the same rear suspension 663cc OHV engine and four-speed manual transmission (albeit with a lower final drive) as its 600 saloon sibling the Multipla could be had in 4 5-seater 6-seater or Taxi guises. Road tested by Motor magazine the ground breaking MPV was found to be capable of 57mph and 38mpg. Updated to 600D specification in 1960 the Multipla remained in production until the decade s end. Finished in Dark Blue over White with Black upholstery this particular left-hand drive example is self-evidently a restoration project. Understood to have been displayed in a Dutch microcar museum before journeying to Eire via Poland it is a six-seater version the rear two rows of which fold flat. Currently running and driving this characterful Fiat is described by the vendor as being in poor (bodywork paintwork electrical equipment) average (interior trim) or good (engine gearbox) condition. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 15 MOTOR CARS 7 1930 MORRIS MINOR OHC COACHBUILT SALOON ESTIMATE 10000 - 12000 aero engine design the newcomer s advanced overhead camshaft 850cc four-cylinder powerplant was shared with the MG M-Type sports car. Like a big car in miniature the Minor featured a ladder frame chassis equipped with all-round semi-elliptic leaf-sprung suspension and four-wheel drum brakes. Available with a choice of open or closed bodywork the coachbuilt steel saloon derivative was elegant practical and well-finished. It could also be specified with a fold-back Kopalapso roof for those who wanted to augment the airflow offered by the standard fit opening windscreen. Faced with a marginal per unit profit margin and instances of oil leaking down the drive shaft from the camshaft bevel into the dynamo (a non-issue these days thanks to modern O rings) Morris decided to launch a cheaper sidevalve version during 1931. Thus just 39 087 Cammy Minors were produced over a fouryear production run. Finished in Maroon over Black with Brown leatherette upholstery this particular Coachbuilt Saloon example sports a winged calormeter Kopalapso fold-back roof rear-mounted spare wheel and what appear to be the original rubber inserts to its running boards. First road registered as WE 9758 by Sheffield County Council on 14th October 1930 the diminutive four-seater has self-evidently been treated to much past restoration work. Further improved by the vendor thanks to the installation of a new 12-volt dynamo the Morris started readily upon inspection REG NO CHASSIS WE 9758 M29355 Introduced at the October 1928 Olympia Motor Show the Morris Minor was conceived as an altogether more sophisticated rival to the Austin 7. Influenced by a Hispano-Suiza World War I and looks to pleasingly retain its factory-fitted engine (number U29724). A quite delightful Vintage Saloon this rare surviving Cammy Minor is offered for sale with workshop manual and original instruction book. 16 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 13000 - 15000 1926 MORRIS COWLEY BULLNOSE TOURER 8 REG NO CHASSIS EY 2961 145174 Margaret Goding this particular example was built on May 21st 1926. Known to the Club since 1978 when Gareth Morgan of Caernarfon brought its survival to their attention the Morris remains registered in his name to this day. Accompanying invoices from The Cooke Group and others show that Mr Morgan spent a considerable time restoring the car. Indeed it was not until September 1st 2001 that the DVLA re-registered the two-seater plus dickey for road use. Research done via the Anglesey County Record Office allowed him to reunite the Morris with its original EY 2961 number plate some five years later. Pleasingly retaining its factory-fitted engine (number 168519) the Cowley started readily upon inspection. Finished in Blue over Black with Blue upholstery and a Black hood the Bullnose now presents as an older restoration. Nicely detailed it sports a calormeter mascot side-mounted spare wheel klaxon horn spare fuel can and four-wheel drum brakes. The Vintage Sports Car Club Eligibility Document which the Morris was issued with during April 2007 lists its engine crankcase gearbox casing back axle casing front axle and chassis as all being original. The Bullnose Morris remains among Britain s favourite Vintage cars and looking over EY 2961 it is not hard to see why Offered for sale with V5C Registration Document correspondence dating back to 1979 numerous bills and assorted old MOTs tax discs. William Morris and Hans Landstad are said to have conceived the Cowley as a companion model to the Oxford whilst aboard the Mauretania ocean liner in August 1914. Their transatlantic foray was to secure a supply of engines from Continental of Detroit at 18 each. After WW1 Morris had the Cowley s redoubtable fourcylinder sidevalve engine made by the French Hotchkiss Company s Coventry plant. According to a letter on file from the Registrar of The Bullnose Morris Club Mrs ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 17 MOTOR CARS 9 1950 JAGUAR MK V 3.5 LITRE SALOON ESTIMATE 24000 - 26000 Jaguar s post-war offering remained largely unchanged until the 1948 Motor Show which though forever associated with the launch of the sensational XK120 Roadster also saw the unveiling of the MKV range of Saloons and Drophead Coupes. Though stylistically evolved from the MKIVs the MKVs were based on an all-new box-section chassis. They also featured the independent front suspension set-up that William Heynes had begun developing in the 1930s which comprised double wishbones and torsion bar springing. Braking was now hydraulically operated. Unlike the XK120 that featured the all new DOHC XK engine power for MKV models was supplied by the OHV sixcylinder 2.5 and 3.5-litre units from the MKIV the output of which was 104 and 126bhp respectively. The new allsteel body had a much more contemporary appearance courtesy of its squatter radiator grille more heavily raked windscreen faired in headlights 16 (as opposed to 18 inch) wheels deeper bumpers rear wheel spats etc. A 3.5-litre example tested by The Motor in 1949 recorded 20.4 seconds for the dash to 60mph and a top speed of 90mph. Originally finished in black NHU 743 was supplied new via Henleys Ltd of London in 1950. The car was repainted in Ivory White in 1980 and retains its original Tan leather interior. A very well-maintained example it has covered just c.105 000 miles in its 67 year life the vendor informing us the car drives very well having been subject to a recent carburettor and dynamo overhaul together with the fitment of new engine mounts. The 3.5 litre engine is coupled to the original four speed transmission whilst starting is aided by an aftermarket electric choke. Offered with Swansea REG NO CHASSIS NHU 743 624565 V5C original owner s manual Heritage Certificate and a detailed history file which includes many previous invoices and old MOTs. 18 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 16000 - 20000 1950 AUSTIN A90 ATLANTIC CONVERTIBLE 10 REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg BD254029 Aimed squarely at the American market the Austin A90 Atlantic Convertible was a brave gamble that did not pay off. Intended to generate a steady flow of US dollars and so satisfy the British government s ruthless export or die edict its flamboyant steel bodywork was a riot of bulbous curves swooping lines and chrome accents. Launched at the 1948 London Motor Show the Atlantic was underpinned by a rigid cruciform-braced chassis equipped with independent coil-sprung front suspension a leaf-sprung live rear axle and four-wheel drum brakes. Powered by a 2660cc OHV four-cylinder engine mated to four-speed column-change manual transmission it was more boulevardier than sports car. Not that this stopped Austin from pounding one round the Indianapolis Speedway for seven days non-stop A feat that not only underlined the model s 92mph top speed but also yielded an impressive sixty-three stock car records (the convertible in question managing to average 70.54mph including all stops over its marathon 168-hour run). Although joined by a companion Sports Saloon in September 1949 the Atlantic failed to capture the American public s imagination or wallets (its failure ironically being blamed on a lack of Britishness ). Thus by the time production ceased in 1952 just 7 981 are thought to have been made (3 718 soft-tops and 4 263 tin-tops ) Forming part of a County Wexford based collection for the past twenty-two years this particular example was previously UK registered as GCA 570 . Understood to have been repainted from Red to its current Old English White livery during 1994 the Austin sports Black upholstery piped in Red and a Black hood. Presenting as an older restoration the A90 Atlantic was seemingly last driven for any real distance in Eire during 2010. Running upon inspection it would nevertheless benefit from recommissioning prior to road use (the petrol smelt notably stale). ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 19 MOTOR CARS 11 1910 TALBOT 4AB WAGGONETTE ESTIMATE NO RESERVE components produced by the French company Cl ment-Bayard but the percentage of Britishmade content was quickly increased. As befitted the times Talbot went on to manufacture a wide variety of models powered by engines ranging from a diminutive 7hp twin-cylinder unit to a mighty 60hp four-cylinder one. The brand s heyday was arguably the early 30s when the Fox & Nicholl-prepared 105 and 110 team cars fared so well in racing. This fascinating 12hp Talbot was apparently delivered in chassis form to The Western Motor Company of Glasgow in February 1910 and is known to have served in France as an ambulance during WWI. The current rear entry Waggonnette body is presumed to have been a post-1918 addition and was fitted to the car when it was unearthed in Scotland during the 1970s. A restoration ensued and the refurbished Talbot is understood to have featured in the 1978 film version of the Thirty-Nine Steps. HS 316 is finished in Cream over Brown and trimmed in imitation Brown leather. The venerable Waggonnette remained in its previous ownership from 1986 until 2015 when it was purchased by the vendor at our October Duxford sale. He has subsequently fully overhauled the engine and gearbox and fitted a starter motor and presently views the coachwork paintwork interior trim four-cylinder engine and transmission as all being in good order. Having enjoyed the Talbot both on the road and in a VCC rally he s sadly come to the conclusion he s too old for such pastimes. HS 316 is therefore now offered complete with Veteran Car Club of Great Britain dating certificate and at No Reserve. REG NO CHASSIS HS 316 2757 Cl ment-Talbot (later just Talbot and then SunbeamTalbot) was a British manufacturer based in North Kensington London. Founded in 1903 by a syndicate financed by the Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot it initially offered cars assembled from 20 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 20000 - 24000 1943 FORD GPW JEEP 12 REG NO CHASSIS XOR 633 95571 Arguably more iconic than a Sherman Tank or P-51 Mustang the Jeep is for many the definitive WW2 vehicle. Equipped with a torquey L-headed 2.2-litre engine driving all four wheels via a threespeed manual box and two-speed transfer case the tough go anywhere four-seater did its job exceptionally well. By the end of the war 647 870 Jeeps had been produced 281 448 of which were manufactured by Ford. According to a brass Ministry of Supply plaque affixed to its inner wing this particular example chassis GPW95571 previously bore the British military registration number 19-YH26 and was treated to an overhaul in March 1955 (some four years before the Ministry was disbanded). Demobbed and granted the civilian number plate XOR 633 by Hampshire County Council on 8th February 1960 photographs on file suggest that the Jeep underwent a chassis up body off restoration in the past. Accompanying invoices from Jeep & Dodge Specialist Dallas Auto Parts of Newbury show that penultimate keeper M. Haynes had them overhaul the brake system fit a new engine timing chain carry out a total rewiring install a new winter canvas kit and supply a new dynamo etc between 1999 and 2004. Subsequent custodian Christopher Golding of Bristol is understood to have further improved the Ford before selling it to the vendor in 2007. Part of an impressive private collection for the past decade XOR 633 has been used to entertain his grandchildren and as period transport at the Goodwood Revival etc. The springs have been exchanged a transfer case oil leak cured and the engine overhauled in 2014 (reground crankshaft re-honed bores new pistons rings valves) but otherwise he has not had cause to touch the Jeep which still presents very well. Among the smarter examples we have encountered and boasting a UK history that dates back to the 1950s it has charm aplenty ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 21 MOTOR CARS 13 1933 LINCOLN MODEL KA TOWN SEDAN ESTIMATE 35000 - 40000 This splendid lefthand drive matching numbers V12 Lincoln is understood to be 93 of just 201 1933 KA models built in the 514 body style by Murray so thought by now to be a pretty rare example. With huge street presence that evokes scenes from the famous film and TV series The Untouchables concerning the prohibition era of America YWG 366 is finished in the striking combination of Black and Red and trimmed in Beige cloth. The restoration apparently carried out between the 70s and 90s would appear to have been of a high standard and has stood the test of time well such that the car is currently regarded by the vendor as having excellent 6.3-litre engine and three-speed manual transmission very good to excellent bodywork and good paintwork and interior trim. The Lincoln has only resided in the UK since last year and while its early history is unknown is understood to have belonged to a Kansas-based enthusiast from 1975 before moving to Colorado in 1987 and then Atlanta in 1999 where it had two consecutive keepers. The indicated mileage of 50 852 is undocumented but it is certainly credible bearing in mind the Lincoln s current condition. The vendor apparently used it for his son s wedding and one can imagine there being plenty of potential demand for its use in similar events or TV and film work. Alternatively it would make a great addition to any private collection. Lincoln s K Series cars were produced from 1931 to 1940 and could be purchased with factory bodies or bespoke coachwork like the sale car. The KA model was initially powered by an L-head V8 engine of 6.3-litres but this was superseded by a V12 unit of almost identical capacity for 1933 in order to compete with similarly-engined rivals from Cadillac Rolls-Royce etc. REG NO CHASSIS YWG 366 KA775 22 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 28000 - 32000 1966 JAGUAR MK II 14 REG NO CHASSIS KGK 34D P234586-DM its sumptuous leather-covered seats polished wood facia and door cappings comprehensive instrumentation and impressive row of auxiliary toggle switches. The attention to detail and build quality of the MKII were remarkable for the price being asked (just 1 779 0s 10d including taxes even for the 3.8) - these cars punched above their weight. Equipped with the 220bhp 3.8-litre engine the Jaguar was capable of sprinting to 60mph in as little as 8.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 125mph - small wonder that it was the first choice of both bank robbers and the police of the period It was also extremely popular with the public outselling its smaller-engined siblings with 30 141 being produced between 1959 and 1967. KGK 34D is a right-hand drive 1966 Jaguar MKII which left the factory as a 3.8 litre model fitted with the desirable four-speed manual plus overdrive gearbox. It was reportedly treated to an extensive restoration in 2008 that included a bare metal respray and overhaul of its replacement 3.4 litre MKII engine. Having received an interior retrim in 2012 by B.W Cates of Bournemouth in 2012 and new wire wheels the vendor now regards the bodywork paintwork trim engine and gearbox as all being in very good order and is offering the Jaguar with a collection of invoices and old MOT s photographs of the restoration and a current MOT certificate into August 2017. Featuring notably slimmer roof pillars than its MKI forebear the immortal Jaguar MKII was as airy on the inside as it was elegant on the outside. Its monocoque bodyshell was equipped with independent coil-sprung front suspension and a well-located live rear axle 12inch disc brakes all round and recirculating ball steering. The model could be specified with a 2.4 3.4 or 3.8-litre version of Jaguar s race-proved DOHC inline six-cylinder XK engine. The interior was quintessentially British with ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 23 MOTOR CARS 15 1974 BMW 3.0 CSi ESTIMATE 40000 - 50000 featured distinctive-looking Karmann-built bodies and luxurious interiors and having set a trend were superseded in 1968 by the first of the E9 Coupes - the 2800CS. The length and wheelbase of the newcomer were extended to accommodate the 2788cc straight-six engine from the E3 Saloon and the nose of the Karmann monocoque body was restyled to echo that of its four-door sibling. The 170bhp of the new silky smooth powerplant was sufficient to propel the handsome Coupe to 60mph in 8.5 seconds and on to a top speed of a whisker under 130mph. The fully independent suspension was by MacPherson struts up front and semi-trailing arms at the rear. Braking was still by disc drums and the steering by a power-assisted ball and nut system. The 2800CS was supplanted by the 3.0CS and 3.0CSi in 1971 for which the engine was bored out to give a capacity of 2986cc - in fuel-injected CSi guise this produced 200bhp at 5 000rpm. Finished in Silver with Blue velour interior XGT 454N displays a credible but unwarranted 62 539 miles and has just been treated to an extensive bodywork restoration glass out re-repaint and retrimmed boot. Fitted with a stainless-steel exhaust electronic ignition and riding on refurbished wheels shod with fresh tyres the BMW is understood to have benefited from a brake overhaul in c.2011 before entering the current ownership. Recently serviced the 3.0CSi is described by the vendor as being in excellent condition with regard to its bodywork engine gearbox interior electrical equipment and paintwork. Offered with V5C collection of invoices BMW certificate and tool kit this stylish coupe is offered with a MOT certificate into March 2018. REG NO CHASSIS XGT454N 2265771 BMW s so called New Class compact Saloons and Coupes manufactured between 1962 and 1975 quite simply saved the company from extinction. Introduced in 1965 the 2000C and 2000CS Coupes 24 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 34000 - 38000 2014 NOSTALGIA XK120 EVOCATION 16 REG NO CHASSIS VSU 120 BCBBAJNCC0058XK42 The stunning-looking XK120 Roadster caused a sensation when launched at the 1948 London Motorshow. Capable of 120mph it immediately assumed the mantle of the world s fastest production car. The Fixed Head Coupe followed in 1951 followed by the Drophead Coupe in 1953. The key to the newcomer s sensational performance was its all-new alloy-headed DOHC 3.4-litre straight-six engine the basic design of which successfully powered a range of Jaguars until the late 80s. The suspension was independent by wishbones and torsion bars at the front and by live axle on semi-elliptic leaf springs at the rear. Steering was by recirculating ball and braking courtesy of Lockheed hydraulic drums all round. The ever-rising prices of original XK120s have inevitably swelled the market for copies and this immaculate right-hand drive example is a Roadster evocation manufactured by the respected Nostalgia concern of Taunton Somerset. This smart looking example is finished in light blue matched to a dark blue interior. It s understood the donor vehicle was a 1977 Jaguar XJ6 Series Two 4.2 litre and VSU 120 was completed in 2013 and subsequently IVA tested and registered in 2014. Offered with history file comprising of a collection of invoices build manual V5C and a current MOT certificate the vendor currently grades the car as having excellent bodywork paintwork interior trim engine and manual gearbox. A rare opportunity. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 25 MOTOR CARS 17 1965 LANCIA FLAVIA SPORT ZAGATO ESTIMATE 19000 - 29000 steering wheel installed on the right hand side of the dashboard such as this car. It appears from the copy of the Zimbabwean registration document that we have that the car was originally registered in Italy on EE export plates and then registered in Zimbabwe in January 1966. It was not uncommon for people working in foreign countries to purchase their Italian cars in Italy collect them from the factory and then drive or travel with them to their place of work and that is possibly the exiting start in life that this Flavia had. According to the English vendor after spending the majority of its life at nearly 5 000 feet above sea level in the dry area of Salisbury (now Harare) Zimbabwe he acquired the car in 1993 while living in Zimbabwe. An aircraft engineer and pilot by profession the vendor was easily qualified to tackle the restoration on the car and during the work between 1995 and 1998 he sensibly strengthened the apparently notoriously weak sills in the process. When the vendor and his wife returned to England in 2015 for their retirement the Flavia tagged along and was registered with the DVLA in September of that year. Conveniently the UK s leading Lancia specialist was just down the road from their new home so the car was taken to Omicron Engineering for inspection and preparation for MOT and UK registration. Over the following six months more than 12 000 was spent on various jobs including overhauling the cylinder heads steering box water pump brake servo and brake master cylinder and having the fuel tank professionally cleaned inside and sealed. The vendor believes that the car is now ready to be enjoyed as Lancia intended and he describes the car as having excellent body and paint work and engine and transmission. REG NO CHASSIS FRR568C 815.533.001583 This very rare Lancia is one of just 539 Flavias that were styled and constructed by the famous Italian carrozzeria Zagato. Just an extremely small percentage of that number that left the factory with the 26 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 26000 - 30000 1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO 327 CONVERTIBLE 18 REG NO CHASSIS XBY472F 124678N337064 Concerned at the runaway success of Ford s pony car the ubiquitous Mustang General Motors brought the first generation Camaro to market in the September of 1966. It was based on a new rearwheel drive platform and shared both that and a variety of other major components with the Pontiac Firebird. The 2 2 was available as a two-door Coupe or Convertible and came with a choice of six powerplants from a 4.1-litre straight six to a 6.5-litre V8 and three trim and tuning packages - RS SS and Z28. Like Ford Chevrolet believed the old adage that whatever won on Sunday sold on Monday and wasted little time in taking to the tracks. In the US this meant contesting the SCCA-sanctioned Trans-Am Series. Working with Roger Penske they operated an unofficially factory-backed team winning the title outright with Mark Donohue at the wheel. Imported to the UK in 2012 from sunny Florida this rare and unmolested Camaro 327 is finished in its original colour scheme of white with blue stripes complimented by a blue interior and white electric roof. Powered by a 327 V8 (5343cc) matched to Powerglide automatic transmission options include power steering and the car rides on its correct pattern wheels. The subject of a suspension overhaul c.2012 it presents extremely well with very good paintwork and excellent bodywork. Used sparingly in the current ownership it is accompanied by a Swansea V5 document MoT to 30th April 2018 import documentation and assorted expired MoTs confirming the mileage of c.74 600. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 27 MOTOR CARS 19 1949 HRG 1500 FOUR-SEATER TOURER The sole four-seater HRG made and period competition history ESTIMATE 50000 - 60000 28 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION According to Ian Dussek s definitive work HRG The Sportsman s Ideal it was the return home of Antipodean WW2 flying ace F.A.O. Tony Gaze in 1947 and his subsequent success aboard one of the first three HRG Aerodynamic models that helped the Tolworth-based marque get a toehold in the Australian market. Gaze joined the Melbourne firm of Brown & Dureau for 1949 and persuaded his new employer to import ten Aerodynamic chassis to be bodied locally. Some purchasers opted for single-seater coachwork but Brown & Dureau are reported to have commissioned Gordon Stewart of Sydney to clothe chassis W185 as a four-seater Tourer. Looking not unlike a pre-WW2 Aston Martin or Lagonda the resultant machine was reputedly rallied by multiple Australian Grand Prix winner Doug Whiteford and Reg Nutt before Brown & Dureau sold it to John P. Ward of Toorak on 21st February 1952. Thereafter the HRG passed through the hands of Alexander Fraser Archibald Johnston Jnr (who used it to contest the Moomba Tourist Trophy at Albert Park on March 26th 1955) Francis Kolbe Alroy Car Sales Michael Thomas Lesley Palmer Le Mans Motors and David Eggleton. The latter acquired chassis W185 on 7th August 1956 and kept it for over fifty years. Laid-up during the 1960s and displayed at the National Automobile Museum of Tasmania for a time the HRG had been partially restored by the time it finally left Mr Eggleton s care in 2009. Mechanically overhauled rewired repainted and reupholstered by the time that previous keeper Keith Barker of Henley-on-Thames repatriated it five years ago the four-seater was further improved during his tenure. Entrusted to Total Trim Solutions of Thatcham the HRG gained a new hood tonneau hood bag and sidescreens ( 5 815) while Fenn Motor Works Ltd of Reading overhauled its starter motor ( 634.40). Marles Steering Boxes of Hamnish 19 supplied a new steering wheel steering wheel boss and steering box complete with pitman arm ( 6 054) not to mention five new Avon Tourist 550 x 16 tyres ( 885). The same company got the dampers working properly and machined new hubs for the rear axle ( 3 270). Benefiting from attention to its radiator and water pump since entering the current ownership in August last year 375 YUP is pleasingly understood to still retain its factory-fitted chassis 1500cc Singer engine gearbox and differential. The sole HRG known to have been bodied as a four-seater when new chassis W185 has the added advantage of period competition history. Illustrated on p.318 of Mr Dussek s marque history it is offered for sale with original Australian Owner s Certificate (dating from 1951) UK V5C Registration Document and numerous bills invoices. An elegant and extremely rare sportscar and seemingly the only one which allows the Hurg experience to be shared with more than one friend or family member REG NO CHASSIS 375 YUP W185 29 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 20 1955 MG TF 1500 ESTIMATE 30000 - 35000 By mid-1950 a MKII version of the MG TD was produced alongside the standard car. It featured a range of optional upgrades including raised compression ratio of 8 1 twin fuel pumps revised dampers higher final drive ratio etc and it was this specification on which the TF of 1953 was based. Though examples are now highly sought after the newcomer was in fact an interim model pending the arrival of the all new MGA. Fared-in headlights and a sloping radiator grille ensured more modern looks while a new pressurised cooling system meant the external radiator cap was now a dummy. For 1954 engine capacity was enlarged to 1466cc endowing the car with an extra 6bhp. Models fitted with this new so-called XPEG engine were dubbed TF1500s. The model gave way to the MG A in April 1955 after a total of 9 602 TFs had been produced 3 400 of which were 1500s. Like many T Series MGs 391 YUB started life as a US export and was converted to righthand drive as part of an extensive marque specialist restoration between 2009 and 2011. This included a new body tub and attendant steel panels from The Hutson Motor Company an overhaul of the engine suspension and braking systems the installation of a five-speed gearbox a retrim of the interior and all new weather equipment. Finished in the contrasting combination of Red bodywork and Cream interior trim the TF has apparently only driven 2500 miles since the work was completed. The vendor unsurprisingly currently classes the bodywork paintwork upholstery engine and transmission as all being in excellent order. He informs us that while the car has been issued with a DVLA chassis number the correct one is HDB26 9985 as confirmed by the T Register. This handsome-looking MG comes complete with a collection of invoices and photos of the restoration. REG NO CHASSIS 391 YUB HDB26 9985 30 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 25000 - 35000 1987 MERCEDES-BENZ 300 SL 21 REG NO CHASSIS E660DTT WDB1070412A067624 Within the volumous history file for this 300SL lies a note book that the forth owner used to fanatically document every journey they did in the car noting the mileage covered the reason for the journey and the weather conditions. However the first owner was apparently a Matthew Giles who bought E866 DPC (as it was registered then) new on August 1st 1987 and owned it until October 1992. Ownership then passed to someone from West London but after five months it is believed to have been repossessed by the finance company and then stored for fourteen months while the hard top was retrieved. In May 1994 it was purchased by a Roger Thomas of Devon and registered with his number plate RCT 8. A copy of a maintenance invoice from this time records the mileage at about 17 300 miles. Mr Thomas seemed to struggle with the lack of space in the SL and after travelling about 1 600 miles removed RCT 8 from the car and placed an advert in the Sunday Times expressing an interest in taking a saloon car in part exchange. E660 DTT was purchased by John Earl in October 1994 the fourth owner and was clearly cherished. He moved to Hull in May 2004 and after the car was unused during 2005 and 2006 he entered it into our auction at Duxford in October 2007. It was acquired by our Mercedes-Benz enthusiast vendor who has covered just 1 300 miles during his ten years of ownership. While not in use the SL has shared a garage in Kensington London with a beautiful Mercedes-Benz from the 1960 s. Accompanying the car are Mr Earl s usage log book copies of previous registration documents about fifteen previous MOT certificates old tax discs a hand book and duplicate service book a Sunday Times newspaper featuring the SL s 1994 advertisement a 1994 maintenance invoice a sales invoice from Mr Thomas to Mr Earl and a spare set of keys. Low mileage SL s are a rare find and this special car would be a wonderful addition to any enthusiasts garage. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 31 MOTOR CARS 22 1938 MG TA ESTIMATE 36000 - 40000 The first of the famous MG T-series line the TA was introduced in 1936. Larger faster and more comfortable than its PB predecessor the newcomer was powered by a MPJG 1292cc OHV engine that developed some 50bhp 4 800rpm. Allied to four-speed manual transmission it endowed the two-seater with a nigh on 80mph top speed. Traditionalists may have decried the adoption of a less exotic powerplant insulating rubber engine mounts and - after a while - synchromesh on 3rd and 4th gears but the TA had accounted for 3 003 sales by the time production ceased in 1939. According to the T-Register s (www.tregister.org) production record search facility this particular example chassis number TA 1400 - was built on 19th May 1937. Reportedly supplied new to Australia and repatriated from Melbourne by the vendor during 2000 the righthand drive tourer was entrusted to Classic Restorations Ltd of Alyth Perthshire the following year for an extensive body off chassis up restoration . Finished in striking two-tone Dark Metallic Green the two-seater is also understood to have had its original MPJG engine thoroughly overhauled at the hands of Dundee-based Agra Engineering. To the interior the green-piped red leather upholstery is complimented by dark green carpets and a wooden dashboard. Riding on red painted wire wheels and sporting a black hood AAS 491 does not want for visual drama and appears as sharp as one might expect given the cost of its refurbishment alone was reputedly 25 000 (though that figure would be dramatically higher today). Part of the vendor s MG collection for the past seventeen years this handsome TA is variously rated by him as excellent (bodywork paintwork interior trim) very good (engine electrical equipment) or good (four-speed manual gearbox). He summarises AAS 491 as a fabulous example of a prewar MG T Series . REG NO CHASSIS AAS 491 TA1400 32 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 14000 - 18000 1985 PORSCHE 928 S2 23 Porsche GB press car REG NO CHASSIS B941 FGP WP0ZZZ92ZFS840183 Styled by American Tony Lapine Porsche s frontengined water-cooled V8-powered 2 2 928 was launched at the 1977 Geneva Salon. Though about as different as could be from the ubiquitous 911 the newcomer was intended to replace it received a rapturous reception from the press and was duly awarded the 1978 Car of The Year Award. If the model had a problem it was that it was signed off during one major fuel crisis and launched during the next. Nevertheless production continued for no less than 18 years by which time some 61 000 examples had been made. It remains one of the great grand touring cars of its era and as values have been relatively slow to rise good examples still represent great value in today s classic marketplace. This handsome automatic transmission S2 example hails from 1985 and has an assured place in the history of the model as it was first registered to Porsche Cars Great Britain and for some time served as their 928 press car sporting the registration familiar to enthusiasts nationwide - THE 928S . Featuring sparkling Crystal Metallic Green bodywork teamed with half leather interior trim in Green and Grey and now wearing the registration B941 FGP the Porsche is presently regarded by the vendor as having excellent bodywork paintwork interior trim V8 engine and four-speed transmission. Recent maintenance has included a new cam belt and related ancillaries and fresh oil and filters. The car s comprehensive specification includes the original Blaupunkt SQ 46 radio cassette air conditioning and heated seats and this historic 928 is now offered complete with a large collection of books and magazines including the Ultimate History of Porsche in which the car featured during its road test days DVLA keeper history (including Porsche GB) service book with main dealer and marque specialist stamps owner s manual pack and current MOT. An interesting proposition for Porschephiles everywhere. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 33 MOTOR CARS 24 1951 CHEVROLET 3100 PICKUP ESTIMATE 17000 - 19000 25 1990 JAGUAR XJ-S 5.3 CONVERTIBLE ESTIMATE 9000 - 11000 REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg 6JP114122 REG NO CHASSIS G902WKJ SAJJNADW3DB173370 GM s Advance Design Series trucks were the company s first post-WW2 offering and billed as being bigger stronger and sleeker . Launched in 1947 they were sold with various minor changes until March 1955. This lightly customised example is finished in a notably eye-catching pale pastel shade of Turquoise and the interior is trimmed in Beige cloth. Its chassis number - 6JP114122 - relates to a 3100 model that was built at the Oakland California plant during 1951. The Pickup bed features wooden stake sides and a wooden floor with stainless steel runners. The new front and rear bumpers are chromed steel as per the original style and the vehicle rides on Mohawk-shod painted steel rims adorned with large chrome hubcaps and beauty rings. This handsome and practical Pickup is powered by an original specification Stovebolt-6 214ci (3500cc) six-cylinder OHV engine allied to three-speed manual transmission and is being sold complete with brand new spare wheel and tyre. Rating the bodywork and paintwork as very good the vendor considers the engine gearbox and electrical equipment to be good and the interior trim average . A splendid-looking and apparently very usable truck that would make a welcome addition to any collection of Americana. Introduced in Autumn 1975 the XJS replaced the immortal E-Type on the production lines and in the Jaguar catalogue. Powered by the famously silken 5343cc V12 engine it was mainly specified with automatic transmission (a manual was available until 1979 but few were sold). Further development included the introduction of the Cabriolet model in October 1983 together with a brand new 3.6 litre engine and then the launch of a full Convertible bodystyle in April 1988. With a full convertible roof the XJS s somewhat unusual styling finally acquired the elegance and presence expected of a Jaguar and with the standard 5.3 litre engine it backed this up with true sports car performance. Finished in Black with cream leather upholstery this particular example is described by the vendor as being in good condition with regard to its engine automatic transmission interior trim bodywork and paintwork. Offered with its original wallet handbooks and service book containing 20 entries plus a collection of old Tax discs G902WKJ has a current MOT certificate into June 2018. 34 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 2003 BMW M3 CONVERTIBLE ESTIMATE NO RESERVE 26 1960 FORD ANGLIA 105E RACE CAR ESTIMATE 15000 - 20000 27 REG NO CHASSIS Non EU-Reg WBSBR92020PM94894 REG NO CHASSIS 501 UYR 105E115195 Introduced at the March 2000 Geneva Salon the E46 M3 combined four-seater practicality with near supercar performance. Reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 5.3 seconds and 155mph (limited) the newcomer boasted a muscular 3.2-litre straight-six engine (rated at 338bhp 269lbft) and sophisticated M Differential Lock. According to the M Registry 13 052 Coupes and 7 234 Convertibles were built to RHD Euro-spec (3 480 of the latter being fitted with six-speed manual rather than SMG transmission). Finished in Titanium Silver Metallic with Imola Red leather upholstery this particular example was supplied new to Jersey and is described by the vendor as a very good running and driving car that is also very straight and honest . Deeming the bodywork paintwork engine and manual transmission to be very good and the interior trim good he further informs us that the BMW s 63 000 recorded miles are supported by a good service history with eight main dealer and marque specialist stamps following the initial running-in one. Riding on multi-spoke alloys shod with fresh Continental tyres the M3 benefits from a factory-fitted Harman Kardon sound system. By the time of the sale it will be NOVA Declared with all duties paid and is being sold at No Reserve . Motorsport is engrained in the Blue Oval s DNA and the 105E Anglia played its part in the company s competition history including winning the 1966 British Touring Car Championship. This well-known example has belonged to John Smith JF Toplis Ralph Forbes Andy Baillie Nick Morgan John Atkins Alex Postan Grahame Bryant and Peter Kennerly and competed in many rally and race meetings including the Goodwood Revival in 2001 and 2003. Its roof once carried the signatures of 52 drivers including Sir Stirling Moss Gerry Marshall and Win Percy around 35 of which are still visible. The car comes with full ownership records old FIA papers restoration photos and boxes of invoices and other paperwork including a dynamometer test showing engine output of 151bhp. Finished in Blue the Anglia is considered by the vendor to have excellent bodywork 1640cc engine and transmission and very good paintwork and trim. The perfect passport to future Goodwood meetings ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 35 MOTOR CARS 28 1953 LAGONDA DB 2.6 3.0 LITRE DROPHEAD COUPE Supplied new to Sir Peter Ustinov CBE FRSA ESTIMATE 70000 - 90000 36 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION Notwithstanding Lagonda s commitment to the war effort their chief engineer W.O. Bentley - ably assisted by W.G. Watson and Donald Bastow began work on a new car in early 1944. Conceived as a sports saloon the resultant design boasted an innovative chassis equipped with all-round independent suspension and hydraulic drum brakes (inboard at the back). Powered by a DOHC straightsix engine featuring hemispherical combustion chambers its flowing lines were partially attributable to Frank Feeley. Unveiled to an enthusiastic press in September 1945 production plans for the exclusive 2.5 Litre were stymied by Lagonda s inability to negotiate sufficient steel supplies given the prevailing export-or-die atmosphere. Unable to recover financially the marque was bought by industrialist David Brown in 1947. Merged with Brown s other recent purchase Aston Martin the two companies operated out of the latter s Feltham premises. In addition to donating its powerplant to the nascent Aston Martin DB2 programme the 2.5 Litre was developed in its own right. Fitted with a David Brown S430 four-speed synchromesh gearbox rack-and-pinion steering and hypoid back axle it reappeared at the October 1949 Earls Court Motor Show as the DB Lagonda 2.6. Highly regarded but expensive the model evolved through a MKII version and reputedly accounted for just 511 sales (386 saloons and 125 drophead coupes) before giving way to the DB 3 Litre in 1954. Marque concessionaire Brooklands of Bond Street are understood to have purchased the last sixteen DB 2.6 MKII chassis and had them bodied as a mixture of fixed-head and drophead coupes by Tickford Ltd of Newport Pagnell. The resultant six tin tops and ten soft-tops presaged the styling of their equivalent DB 3 Litre successors exactly. 28 The last Brooklands of Bond Street Drophead Coupe made chassis LAG50 536 has the further distinction of being the first new car bought by Sir Peter Ustinov CBE FRSA the acclaimed raconteur writer and star of stage and screen. Born Peter Alexander Freiherr von Ustinov on April 16th 1921 in Swiss Cottage London his ancestral connections ranged from Russian nobility to the Ethiopian Royal Family Fluent in Russian French Italian German and English Ustinov befriended David Niven whilst serving in the Royal Sussex Regiment during World War Two and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh when all three were members of The Thursday Club. Indeed it is quite probable that Sir Peter s purchase of NLO 950 inspired Prince Phillip to commission his own Lagonda DB 3 Litre Drophead Coupe (which we sold last year for a world record price of 346 800). A true car enthusiast Ustinov returned chassis LAG50 536 REG NO CHASSIS NLO 950 LAG 50 536 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 37 MOTOR CARS 28 1953 LAGONDA DB 2.6 3.0 LITRE DROPHEAD COUPE Supplied new to Sir Peter Ustinov CBE FRSA ESTIMATE 70000 - 90000 to its maker to be fitted with a larger 3 Litre engine in late November 1954 and a four-star differential some three years later. Part of his stable when he won Best Supporting Oscars for Spartacus (1960) and Topkapi (1964) the Lagonda is known to have belonged to Coleman & Sons of Coalville Smith Capell & Company of Northampton and Breedon General Services Ltd of Derby before entering the current family ownership during 1968. Re-trimmed in Grey leather the following decade the Drophead Coupe received a new hood during 1986 courtesy of Northampton-based coach trimmer R.A. Waite. Invited to take part in the Display of British Coachwork Commemorating the Centenary of the British Motor Industry at Hagley Hall in the West Midlands on May 11th 1996 by The Worshipful Company of Coachmakers and Coach Harness Makers of London the four-seater was treated to an engine overhaul some twelve months later. The cylinder liners showed remarkably little wear (.002thou) but the crankshaft was re-ground and new main big-end bearings installed etc. The clutch friction plate and a propshaft universal joint (ahead of the gearbox) were renewed at the same time too. A stainless steel exhaust was commissioned for the car during 2000 and remains in situ. Damage to a rear wing prompted a full respray in 2001 which was carried out by Aston Martin specialist Four Ashes Garage Ltd of Stratford-upon-Avon. The colour chosen was a close match to the Lagonda s original Metalichrome Gulf Blue livery but some sixteen years on the finish has deteriorated. The same year also saw the radiator refurbished while more recent fettling has seen attention paid to the dynamo (2005) water pump gearbox oil seal (2006) and cylinder head (2011). The vendor proudly tells us that NLO 950 has never failed a MOT test during his forty- 38 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION nine year stewardship and attributes its longevity to the basic excellence of W.O. Bentley s design and the extensive use of wear resistant phosphor bronze fittings for the steering and suspension etc. Driven to the Continent on an annual basis up until a few years ago chassis LAG50 536 started readily upon inspection and behaved well during our photography session. The seller is understandably reluctant to say goodbye after nearly fifty years but feels a new custodian should be given the opportunity to either enjoy the Brooklands of Bond Street car as is or restore it to its former glory. A decidedly rare and elegant motorcar with a great provenance. Offered for sale with copy factory build maintenance records numerous bills and current MOT certificate valid until April 2018. 28 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 39 MOTOR CARS 29 1937 FIAT 500 TOPOLINO ESTIMATE 11000 - 13000 A design classic the original Fiat 500 (nicknamed the Topolino or Little Mouse) was engineered by Dante Giacosa and Antonio Fessia. Powered by a 569cc engine allied to synchromesh transmission it boasted a 55mph top speed and 45mpg fuel consumption First registered by Manchester County Council on April 13th 1937 this delightful right-hand drive Topolino migrated to Devon some twenty years later (or so a handwritten annotation to its accompanying green continuation logbook suggests). Belonging to Anthony Turreff and Patrick Hardy during the 1960s the Fiat was then laid-up for a time before John Evans of Paignton re-registered it with the DVLA during 1983. Nearing the end of an extensive restoration when Mr Evans died in 2001 chassis 013080 was purchased by Chris Jackson who commissioned marque specialist Steve Denning to make it roadworthy again. During his seven-year stewardship Mr Jackson treated the Topolino to a respray (2002) re-trim in Black leather (2003) plus carburettor and gearbox refurbishments (2007). He also had attention paid to its wiring dynamo and starter motor and fitted new tyres etc. Further fettled by next keeper David Devonald of Warrington the Fiat entered the current ownership via our July 2008 Buxton auction at a cost of 11 733.75. Potentially eligible for the highly prestigious Mille Miglia Storica the Fiat was hotly contested with the vendor outbidding a Japanese enthusiast for the privilege of adding it to his collection. Stabled alongside various Bugattis and a W.O. Bentley for the last nine years 587 XUK has been sparingly used. Benefiting from a reconditioned steering box more recent work has included a partial engine refresh (new cylinder head gasket bores honed fresh piston rings) and freeing of the brakes. Pleasingly understood to retain its original engine this lovely UK-supplied Topolino is offered for sale with V5C REG NO CHASSIS 587 XUK 013080 Registration Document and history file. 40 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 45000 - 55000 1982 FERRARI 308 GTSi 30 Dino 308 GT4 2 2. A notable departure for the early fixed PDA 120X is a relatively late-build American specification GTSi that was imported to the UK five years ago. It is very well-presented in the classic Prancing Horse combination of Red bodywork teamed with a Black hide interior and is presently considered by the vendor to have excellent transmission and very good engine bodywork paintwork and interior trim. It has recently benefited from a new timing belt dampers and tyres courtesy of Ian Barkaway of Tonbridge. This fine-looking low mileage example comes complete with original sales brochure collection of invoices wallet and handbooks and is offered with an MOT into March 2018. REG NO CHASSIS PDA120X ZFFAA02A7C0039035 roof 308s was the use of GRP for the bodywork and while for some countries wet sump versions of the 2.9-ltre V8 engine were employed European specification cars were fitted with dry sump units. The Targa-topped GTS was first seen at the 1977 Frankfurt Motor Show and in common with its GTB sibling then had its carburreted engine replaced by one with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection in 1980 giving rise to the GTSi and GTBi models respectively. By now the use of GRP for the fixed roof bodies had been dropped and both variants were clothed in steel. Production of the GTSi version had totalled 1 743 cars by the time the model was replaced by the 308 Quattrovalvole in 1982. Ferrari considered mid-engined technology when replacing the 275 GTB - Lamborghini had already declared their hand with the prototype Miura - but were concerned how customers might cope with the related handling of so large and powerful a car. The ensuing Dino therefore represented their first foray into the mid-engined road car market a line then successfully followed with the 308 328 and 348. The Pininfarina-penned 308 GTB debuted at the Paris Salon in 1975 as both a replacement for the Dino 246 and supplement for the Bertone-styled ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 41 MOTOR CARS 31 1976 TOYOTA HJ45 LAND CRUISER PICKUP ESTIMATE 22000 - 26000 The origins of the long-running Land Cruiser series of 4x4s date back to 1941 when the Japanese authorities ordered Toyota to reverse engineer the Jeep. With the experience of several military trucks behind it the company then launched the first Land Cruiser 10 years later. The name has subsequently become a byword for rugged dependability in parts of the world where even the ubiquitous Land Rover has been known to struggle. The now classic Land Cruiser models were produced from 1960 to 1984 and the righthand drive version now offered is of the two-door pickup variant that hails from 1976 powered by the 3.6-litre six-cylinder diesel engine driving through a four-speed manual gearbox. This smart looking example has been subject to a recent extensive restoration mechanical and engine overhaul and is offered with photographs of the restoration plus current V5C and letter from Toyota confirming the build date. Displaying 62 400 kms the vendor currently classes the bodywork paintwork interior trim engine and manual gearbox as Very Good and is offered with an MOT certificate into April 2018. REG NO CHASSIS WGT937R HJ45010703 42 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 52000 - 65000 1964 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MKIII 32 REG NO CHASSIS EFD772B H-BJ8-L 26416 This Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII was sold new in July 1964 by Precision Motors in Tucson to Nancy Lee Burks who was just 25 years old at the time and she retained until selling it in August 1989. Exported to England and converted to right hand drive it was purchased in August 1990 by a Mr Grant Nowell-Mitchell of Pershore. He installed a black leather interior in 1999 along an aluminium radiator and triple Weber 45 carburettors. During 2001 and 2002 Austin-Healey experts Denis Welch Motorsport built the car s original engine into a Fast Road Engine featuring a steel crank and rods and performance inlet manifolds plus other engine work and overhauling the suspension. The vendor purchased the car in September 2011 and sent it to world renowned historic racing experts Blakeney Motorsport for fastroad and light competition preparation. Over 22 000 were spent on works such as fitting competition front and rear wheel hubs larger front brake discs and callipers uprated rear brake drums a side-exit exhaust new rear suspension springs a new steering box and an overhauled rear axle with new LSD unit. The paint was refreshed in late 2012 in its original colour. After taking part in events during 2012 and 2013 such as the VSCC Pomeroy Trophy at Silverstone and some GRRC and AMOC Sprints at Goodwood the car has since been used as an extremely enjoyable road car. This is a thoroughly sorted super looking and fabulous sounding car that is described by the vendor as having excellent body and paintwork engine and over-drive equipped transmission plus very good interior trim. Accompanying the car are the original sales invoice and Arizona title documents a BMI Heritage Trust certificate the previous owners detailed account of his ownership dated October 2010 the front and rear bumpers and a comprehensive number of invoices from Denis Welch Motorsport and Blakeney Motorsport detailing all the work carried out on the car. A more detailed description is available on our website. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 43 MOTOR CARS 33 1985 ADAMS ROADSTER ESTIMATE 20000 - 30000 The Adams Roadster was designed by ex-Lister man Dennis Adams who was responsible for dramatic designs such as the Probe 16 used in the film A Clockwork Orange and some of the classic Marcos designs. The Roadster was produced in very limited numbers with only around 17 believed to have been constructed between 1986 and 1999. They were apparently available with Jaguar straight-six engines in several capacities with the 4.2 being the most popular. This Adams Roadster was acquired by the titled vendor in November 2015 with a view of exporting it to his home in Sri Lanka but sadly a change in the importation laws soon afterwards meant that the car has remained at his City of London residence. The previous owner had purchased the car in August 2012 and undertook a lot of work on the car notably replacing the original 2.8 twin-carburetted engine with a 4.2 triple-carburetted unit. A letter on file informs that the 4.2 engine was refurbished prior to installation with new gaskets timing chain alternator and 4.2 clutch plus the overdrive unit was overhauled . A triple SU carburettor set-up completed the transformation. The previous and current owners have had the car maintained by leading Jaguar experts such as Twyford Moors and Classic Motor Cars (CMC) and the vendor describes the car as having very good paintwork and interior trim and excellent bodywork engine transmission and electric equipment. The car is supplied with a comprehensive history file featuring an original Adams Roadster brochure a price list and a magazine road-test plus many maintenance invoices previous MOT certificates tax discs and copies of previous registration documents. REG NO CHASSIS NIA 6416 AR280420396 44 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 14000 - 19000 1980 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER WRAITH II 34 REG NO CHASSIS ONM876V LRH0039277 This rare Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II is equipped with the reduced rear window and Everflex covered roof. Within the original book pack are two service books (the original and a continuation book) the hand book and its supplements. The history file has been described as extensive and features many invoices from authorised dealers and spe-cialists as well as a comprehensive selection of previous MOT certificates from 1993 onwards. Sold new by Ross Brothers of Ilkley West Yorkshire in April 1980 three months later the first service was carried out and the service book states the odometer was changed when it displayed 3 371 miles. Therefore this figure needs to be added onto the odom-eter reading which is currently just 77 500 miles. Documentation shows that a gentle-man in Chelsea London purchased the car from Mann Egerton Rolls-Royce of Dover Street London in October 1990. An invoice from HR Owen in June 1991 records the mileage as 66 333 and during the gentleman s thirteen years of ownership he had only covered just over 8 000 miles when he sold it in June 2003. The next owner a gentle-man in Boston Lincolnshire travelled just 2 700 miles during his first four of ownership however he then hardly used the car and covered just 90 miles between June 2007 and October 2013 at which time the car was acquired by our vendor. The car has continued its leisurely existence with our vendor as only around 60 miles have been driven. It was recommissioned at the end of 2016 when more than 4 000 were spent overhauling and replacing many of the braking components. Reportedly gar-aged during current and previous ownerships and possibly for much of its life given London s parking problems the most agreeable metallic pewter grey paintwork is de-scribed by the vendor as being in excellent condition. With wonderful natural patterns in the lovely dark walnut dash board the grey leather interior is described by the vendor as being in very good condition. This certainly appears to be a superlative example. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 45 MOTOR CARS 35 1973 TRIUMPH TR6 ESTIMATE 13000 - 16000 36 1989 JAGUAR XJ-S 5.3 CONVERTIBLE ESTIMATE 8000 - 10000 REG NO CHASSIS UEY 3M CR27410 REG NO CHASSIS F147GKW SAJJNADW3DB162058 This example of a desirable home market 150bhp TR6 is finished in deep blue with black seats and carpet complimented by a blue hood and hood cover. Restored around 2004 the car has seen little use since and was treated to a refresh and respray earlier this year. In 1983 it received a factory fitted overdrive gearbox whilst in 1994 the engine was balanced and an aluminium petrol tank and new metering unit installed. A recent hood has also been fitted. Numerous receipts for works carried out are contained in the accompanying history file together with photographs of the restoration. Ready for the Summer it is offered with Swansea V5C and current MoT expiring 14 February 2018. Introduced in Autumn 1975 the XJS replaced the immortal E-Type on the production lines and in the Jaguar catalogue. Powered by the famously silken 5343cc V12 engine it was mainly specified with automatic transmission (a manual was available until 1979 but few were sold). Further development included the introduction of the Cabriolet model in October 1983 together with a brand new 3.6 litre engine and then the launch of a full Convertible bodystyle in April 1988. With a full convertible roof the XJS s somewhat unusual styling finally acquired the elegance and presence expected of a Jaguar and with the standard 5.3 litre engine it backed this up with true sports car performance. Finished in light blue with a beige leather interior this particular example is described by the vendor as being in good condition with regard to its engine automatic transmission interior trim bodywork plus paintwork and has covered 109 800 miles from new. Offered with its original book pack handbooks service book with 16 entries Wood rim steering wheel and 2 sets of keys its understood a fresh MOT will be present by the time of sale. 46 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 1967 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ESTIMATE 14000 - 16000 37 1973 BUICK LESABRE CUSTOM COUPE ESTIMATE 6000 - 8000 38 REG NO CHASSIS TGU614E 7R03T199809 REG NO CHASSIS UMD 71L 4N57J3Y213788 Ford s immortal first generation Mustang was unveiled at the New York World s Fair of April 1964. Soon available in Coupe Convertible and Fastback guise it came with a range of straight-six and V8 engines. The eye-catching lefthand drive sale car was imported from California in 2016 and sports a Blue interior matched to Metallic Blue bodywork and refurbished White power hood. The vendor regards the original interior trim 3.2-litre (200 ci) straight-six engine and three-speed automatic transmission as all being in very good order the bodywork as good the paintwork as average and informs us that the pony car returns 24mpg. It is an unmolested example that has recently been treated to a full service new timing chain refurbished braking system replacement lock set (with two keys) and an MOT that remains valid into February of next year. The Ford is now offered complete with rare period alloy wheels electronic ignition electric fan and stereo system. This striking lefthand drive example of the 73 pillarless two-door Coupe starred in an episode of Top Gear with Captain Slow at the wheel a DVD of which comes with the car along with a large selection of photos. It was evidently treated to a major restoration in 2003 that included attention to the engine gearbox brakes steering exhaust system and paintwork the expenditure on which totalled in excess of 8 000 and the car has been dry stored since the work was completed. However the vendor informs us the car is now in better order and has since benefited from the installation of adjustable air suspension on the rear at a cost of 2 000 plus fitting. Other recent improvements include all new front suspension bushes so it drives as it should . The Buick s bodywork is finished in Dark Green topped by an Everflex roof while the interior is trimmed in White-piped Green cloth and is powered by a 5.7-litre (350ci) V8 that s topped by a 4-barrel carburettor. The vendor describes UMD 71L as an original well looked after low mileage example that emanates from a private collection and is offered with a comprehensive history file a selection of old MOTs and one valid through to August 12. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 47 MOTOR CARS 39 1988 BRISTOL BRIGAND Formerly the property of musician and actor Will Young ESTIMATE 40000 - 50000 48 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION There is nothing quite like a Bristol. It s not as common as a Rolls-Royce or Bentley it s more exclusive than a Jaguar or Mercedes-Benz less ostentatious than an Aston Martin. It represents a blend of quiet understated good taste allied to a high level of equipment impeccable finish and dramatic performance. We called the Beaufighter an English gentleman s very high speed touring carriage no better soubriquet could be suggested for the Bristol Brigand it s as simple as that Motor Sport magazine January 1984 Bristol Cars named the third series derivatives of its accomplished 603 design after two of its former parent company s aircraft namely the Britannia passenger airliner and Brigand dive bomber. Introduced in 1982 the four-wheeled newcomers were underpinned by a massively strong box section chassis equipped with independent coil-andwishbone front suspension a torsion bar-sprung live rear axle and four-wheel disc brakes. Form followed function when it came to aesthetics but the result was a commanding driving position usefully narrow track when navigating city traffic and excellent all-round visibility. Suitably luxurious the duo s interiors were craft from the finest leather upholstery wood veneers and plush carpets. Both were powered by a 5.9 litre Chrysler V8 allied to three-speed automatic transmission. However the 39 Brigand s use of a Rotomaster turbocharger gave it an emphatic performance advantage. Bristol Cars may have declined to quote outputs for the more potent engine (which others have estimated at circa 300bhp 400lbft) but they did credit the turbocharged four-seater with the ability to sprint from 0-60mph in 5.9 seconds and onto 150mph. Priced at a faintly ludicrous 49 827 (when an Austin Metro could be had for 3 000) hand built production of the Brigand was somewhat limited. Today the Bristol Owners Club know of just sixteen survivors (though several of those have lost their force-fed induction). Arguably the finest of the sixteen this particular example - chassis 8525086 - was supplied new to barrister turned property developer David Holland. Thereafter it passed to yacht designer Donald Starkey private banker Louis Greig fund manager John Mant H. RossParker retailer David Medler and businessman Andrew Wilson before being purchased by the musician and actor Will Young in 2009. Prior to the Brigand being registered in his name Mr Young had Bristol Cars REG NO CHASSIS E693FLD 603S308525086 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 49 MOTOR CARS 39 1988 BRISTOL BRIGAND Formerly the property of musician and actor Will Young ESTIMATE 40000 - 50000 50 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION respray and re-trim it in Grey with Oxblood leather upholstery as well as carry out a thorough service and attend to the suspension and brakes etc. The work took two months to complete and cost 26 249.91. Returned to its maker s service centre during February 2010 the four-seater underwent a carburettor overhaul and further fettling totalling 2 587.80. Shortly afterwards a very dapper looking Mr Young was pictured alongside his Brigand and fellow interviewees Lewis Moody Mark Webber and Craig David for a Daily Mail article in which he revealed that his love of cars came from his Jaguar XK and Bristol owning grandfather. Unfortunately E693 FLD suffered an oil leak induced engine failure during October that year. Returned to Bristol Cars once more it was fitted with a new engine and overhauled automatic transmission at 95 589 miles for the subsided sum of 7 053.42 (the company s then Chairman Toby Silverton authorising a 3 730 VAT discount). The vendor purchased the sports saloon from Mr Young during December 2011 but did not receive its V5C Registration Document for another year or so In the meantime he entrusted it to the renowned Spray Tec Restorations Ltd of Wellinborough for a bare metal respray in Aston Martin Black Pearl and sundry minor trim work. Spray-Tec founder Adrian George has notoriously high standards and was displeased with the body s profile once it had been stripped back. However he honoured the pre-agreed labour quote of 20 000 and simply carried out the extra work free of charge. The total bill was 27 933.40. Having had Bristol Cars service manager Brian Marelli confirm the soundness of the Brigand s chassis and supply copies of its factory maintenance records the seller dispatched E693 FLD to marque specialist Brabazon Motors in Summer 2013 where it was debugged to the tune of 2 360.70 39 including the installation of a new windscreen and two tyres. Part of an impressive private collection for the past five years or so more recent work has seen the turbocharged Bristol benefit from a new voltage regulator reconditioned ECU rejuvenated starter motor servicing and fresh engine gaskets ( 5435.73 November 2016) plus the addition of a battery isolator and wiper arm etc ( 933.60 May 2017) courtesy of R.E. Mills Motor Engineers of Rothley. Starting readily upon inspection E693 FLD has covered just 500 miles since the transplanting of its new engine and so still requires a degree of running-in Riding on correct-type alloy wheels this decidedly smart and well-cared for Brigand is offered for sale with V5C Registration Document factory service history Brabazon Spray-Tec invoices CD documenting Spray-Tec s work and MOT certificate valid until November 2017 not to mention the rather extravagant but neatly concealed stereo that Mr Young had fitted. REG NO CHASSIS E693FLD 603S308525086 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 51 MOTOR CARS 40 1939 TRIUMPH DOLOMITE 14 60 DROPHEAD COUPE 1 of 3 known survivors ESTIMATE 25000 - 30000 REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg 30 61657 Brainchild of Donald Healey (then serving as the Coventry firm s technical director) the Triumph Dolomite range current between 1936 and 1940 encompassed 1.5 Litre 14 60 and 2 Litre engines plus a choice of open and closed coachwork. Though each derivative sported the same flamboyant Walter Belgrove-penned waterfall grille. A credible SS MG and Riley rival the 14 60 was powered by a 1776cc OHV four-cylinder engine allied to four-speed synchromesh transmission. Awarded second-in-class at the 1938 RAC Rally and Coachwork Competition at Blackpool the 14 60 Drophead Foursome Coupe was a notably elegant design. Bodied by Salmons & Sons of Newport Pagnell its neatly engineered roof could be set in fully open fully closed or Coupe de Ville positions. Forming part of a County Wexford based collection for the past twentyone years this particular example is one of just three surviving 14 60 Drophead Foursome Coupes known to the Pre-1940 Triumph Motor Club. An accompanying continuation buff logbook shows that the Dolomite was first road registered as GR 6798 on 5th June 1939 and belonged to Bernard Newsome Archibald Newsome and John Wilkie from the 1950s - 1970s. Issued with a MOT Certificate by Adams & Gibbon Ltd of Sunderland on August 2nd 1973 at an indicated 74 686 miles the past forty-four years have only added another 1 000 miles or so to its unwarranted odometer reading Formerly Grey the Triumph was repainted Old English White prior to entering the current ownership. The Black hood has faded somewhat but the Dark Blue leather upholstery remains in good order. Seemingly last driven any real distance in Eire during 2010 the 14 60 Drophead Foursome Coupe started readily upon inspection but would benefit from attention to its hydraulic brakes amongst other recommissioning works. An undeniably handsome Post Vintage Thoroughbred that pleasingly retains its original engine this very rare Dolomite is offered for sale with a copy sales brochure old MOTs and sundry other paperwork. 52 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 20000 - 25000 1938 ALVIS SILVER CREST 20hp SIX LIGHT SALOON 41 REG NO CHASSIS GL 6402 19817 Introduced in August 1937 the Silver Crest was underpinned by a notably stiff ladder frame chassis featuring no fewer than six crossmembers. Like its illustrious Speed 25 and 4.3 Litre siblings the newcomer boasted an all-synchromesh four-speed manual gearbox independent front suspension and large diameter drum brakes. Available with a choice of saloon or drophead coupe coachwork the newcomer could also be had with 16.95hp (2362cc) or 20hp (2762cc) straight-six OHV engines. Developing some 95bhp 4 000rpm and plentiful torque the larger engined models were good for over 80mph. Popular among special builders because of their robust and tuneable running gear fewer than twenty of the 344 Silver Crests made are thought to have survived to the present day. This excellent Silver Crest Six-Light Saloon was first supplied to Wellsway Garage of Bath on 12th November 1938 and pleasingly retains its original registration number. We are advised that the car was in restoration for well over ten years. The previous owner purchased the Alvis in 2014 with all the mechanical work done including an engine overhaul but with the bodywork paint trim and chrome still left to complete. The paintwork was done professionally from bare metal. The wire wheels have been refurbished and look very smart. The leather is partly original partly replaced and nicely done. The woodwork and chrome have been restored. There are a few photos of the refurbishment on file and a selection of invoices. There is an old V5 registration document along with the modern type. The car s original build record is on file. The body is by Holbrook as were all the Silver Crest saloons. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 53 MOTOR CARS 42 1970 JAGUAR E-TYPE 4.2 ROADSTER ESTIMATE 100000 - 120000 54 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION Famously launched at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show the Jaguar E-Type created a furore. Its combination of supercar performance superb styling and low price tag was unrivalled. Early sportscar racing success at the hands of Graham Hill and Roy Salvadori amongst others helped cement its reputation. Built as a monocoque with a front sub-frame to cradle the engine its combination of all round independent suspension and disc brakes allied to rack and pinion steering gave it excellent roadholding and handling capabilities. The indomitable XK twin cam supplied abundant power. If the design had an Achilles heel then it was the recalcitrant Moss gearbox. However Jaguar was quick to correct this shortcoming with a four-speeder of its own design - just part of a continual programme of E-Type development that saw the model metamorphose through three Series. Introduced in 1968 the Series II cars were distinguishable by their revised bumper and light arrangements. Less noticeable was the increased size of the front air intake that in conjunction with dual cooling fans made the Series II better behaved in hot weather and heavy traffic. With its 4235cc engine developing a quoted 265bhp and 283lbft of torque it was reputedly capable of nearly 150mph and 0-60mph in 7.5 seconds. According to its accompanying Heritage Certificate this beautiful lefthand drive example was manufactured on 29th December 1969 and dispatched on 24th January 1970 to distributor British Leyland New York. Finished in Sable with Cinnamon interior the original supplying dealer and owner s details are not recorded. The car was previously registered in New Jersey before being purchased for restoration by A V Classics from Jags World LLC of Miami Florida in March 2015. 42 Subsequently imported to the UK with the recorded mileage declared as 44 526 a comprehensive nut and bolt restoration was commenced. This was completed in February 2017 with photographs of the work appearing in a hardbound book prepared by the vendor. Now resplendent in Gunmetal Grey with red leather interior the car is ready to be enjoyed following some recent shakedown work and carries a current MoT expiring in April 2018. The odometer was zeroed during the restoration although the MoT certificate would appear to record the mileage related to the previous vehicle registered under the number NJT 49H which was allocated by DVLA. Similarly the V5 document appears to record the ownership history related to the previous vehicle registered with this registration mark. A stunning E-Type finished in arguably the best colour combination which retains its original engine and has been freshly restored to a high standard it is quite simply breath-taking and worthy of the closest inspection. REG NO CHASSIS NJT 49H 1R12154 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 55 MOTOR CARS 43 1990 JAGUAR XJ-S 5.3 CONVERTIBLE ESTIMATE 10000 - 12000 44 1982 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ESTIMATE 10000 - 12000 REG NO CHASSIS G43 LHD SAJJNADW3DB168440 REG NO CHASSIS GKF907Y 1AY8785C5118522 Introduced in Autumn 1975 the XJS replaced the immortal E-Type on the production lines and in the Jaguar catalogue. Powered by the famously silken 5343cc V12 engine it was mainly specified with automatic transmission (a manual was available until 1979 but few were sold). Further development included the introduction of the Cabriolet model in October 1983 together with a brand new 3.6 litre engine and then the launch of a full Convertible bodystyle in April 1988. With a full convertible roof the XJS s somewhat unusual styling finally acquired the elegance and presence expected of a Jaguar and with the standard 5.3 litre engine it backed this up with true sports car performance. Finished in Regency red with beige leather upholstery this particular example is described by the vendor as being in good condition with regard to its engine automatic transmission interior trim bodywork paintwork and displays 72 000 miles. It s believed that G43 LHD was in storage between November 1998 to 2006 and rides on lattice alloys shod with new Pirelli tyres. It s understood that a fresh MOT certificate will be present by the time of sale. The third generation Corvette (C3) came to market in 1968 and was continually developed until the all new C4 model of 1984. While the engine and chassis components were mostly carried over from the C2 the interior and most striking of bodies were all new. The exterior design was a development of that penned by Larry Shinoda under the guidance of Bill Mitchell for the Mako Shark II concept car. Finished in Red with a Black interior its understood GKF907Y was imported from the US in 1989 and attributed to the current registered keeper in 1998. Displaying a credible 31 579 miles this later Cross Fire injection example has just been subject to a new battery brake overhaul plus oil and filter change after spending a long term period in dry storage. Offered with V5 and a collection of old MOT certificates the vendor currently grades the bodywork paintwork engine and gearbox as Very Good and the interior trim as Good . This smart looking Vette is offered with a fresh MOT certificate. 56 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 2005 HUMMER H2 ESTIMATE 24000 - 28000 45 1970 JAGUAR E-TYPE 4.2 2 2 ESTIMATE 24000 - 28000 46 REG NO CHASSIS H2 HVE 5GRGN23025H103016 REG NO CHASSIS XGB381J P1R3595BW Hummer was a brand of trucks and SUVs first marketed in 1992 when AM General began selling a civilian version of the M998 Humvee. In 1998 General Motors purchased the brand name and marketed three vehicles the original Hummer H1 based on the military Humvee as well as the H2 and H3 models that were based on smaller civilian-market GM platforms. Finished in black with a black leather interior H2 HVE was first registered in the UK in 2005 and was acquired by the current keeper in 2008. The high specification includes aftermarket 24 alloy wheels with new tyres 2006 spec interior with heated and electric seats and rear 6th seat option. The vendor currently classes the bodywork paintwork interior trim engine and gearbox as very good and it is offered with an MOT certificate into May 2018. A rare sight on UK roads. The E-Type s Malcolm Sayer-penned lines are thought by many to be among the most striking ever to adorn a motor car. Indeed only a few years ago the Daily Telegraph ranked the E-Type top in a pole of the 100 most beautiful cars of all time . The E-Type or XK-E as it was known in the USA made its debut at the 1961 Geneva Salon where its unique combination of grace and pace stole the show. The Series 2 models introduced in 1969 are distinguished by their lack of headlamp covers enlarged front air intake repositioned front indicators and tail lights wrap-around rear bumper twinelectric fans uprated brakes and refashioned facia and seats. Finished in red with a beige interior this UK supplied RHD example has recently been bought out of long term storage from its previous keeper who had owned the Jaguar since 2004. Mated to automatic transmission this 2 2 example will require a small amount of re-commissioning before returning to the road. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 57 MOTOR CARS 47 1967 JAGUAR E-TYPE 4.2 ROADSTER Former concours award winner and recently refreshed by Stallion Motors of Beeston ESTIMATE 90000 - 110000 58 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION For many people the E-Type remains the ultimate production Jaguar. A car whose heady blend of styling and performance were so exceptional at its 1961 Geneva Motor Show launch they continue to cast a smooth elliptical shadow over the marque s new sports cars some 56 years later Its Malcolm Sayerpenned lines are thought by many to be among the most striking ever to adorn a motor car. Indeed only a few years ago the Daily Telegraph ranked the E-Type top of the 100 most beautiful cars of all time and of course none other than Enzo Ferrari beat them to it by many years when he similarly described it as the most beautiful car ever made . Like the XK150 before it it was born of Jaguar s competition successes on the race tracks of Europe. Make no mistake this was no ordinary motorcar - it was a true thoroughbred. Allied to a monocoque passenger cell the model s tubular front sub-frame cradled a 3781cc DOHC straightsix engine independent torsion-bar suspension and rack and pinion steering while its back axle played host to a sophisticated coil-sprung set-up complete with inboard disc brakes. From birth the E-Type was available either as a Fixed Head Coupe or two-seat Roadster. Among the very fastest cars of its generation contemporary road tests found the newcomer to be capable of 0-60mph in circa 7 seconds and 150mph. Despite this engine size was increased from 3.8 to 4.2-litres in October 1964 and with the change came a sweeter all-synchromesh gearbox better brakes and electrical systems plus more comfortable seats. Some 5 979 left-hand drive E-Type Series 1 4.2 Roadsters were made prior to the introduction of the so-called Series 1.5 cars (a modest amount even compared to current Ferrari 488 production numbers). According to its accompanying Jaguar Heritage Trust Production Record Trace Certificate this particular example - chassis 1E15138 - was completed on 17th March 1967. Originally finished in Pale Primrose Yellow with Black upholstery and a Black hood - the same livery it pleasingly sports today - the two-seater 47 was supplied new via the Coventry manufacturer s New York distribution hub to Albert P Lareau. Belonging to Larry Story of Casper Wyoming three decades later the E-Type benefited from a thorough front suspension overhaul and interior re-trim before being acquired by Dennis Eklof of Arlington Massachusetts in June 2003. Picking up where his predecessor had left off Mr Eklof had attention paid to the Jaguar s factory-fitted matching numbers engine (reground crankshaft new crankshaft damper timing chains pistons bearings valve springs core plugs etc) rear sub-frame suspension wiring chromework steering column uprated radiator propshaft brake servo master cylinder front discs clutch manual gearbox steering column and exhaust (replaced with a stainless steel assembly). Believed to have covered a comparatively modest mileage since these mechanical works were completed chassis 1E15138 is said to be on the button and to drive very much as it should . Reportedly a former concours award winner the E-Type has recently been treated to an extensive cosmetic refresh including a full professional bare metal respray by Stallion Motors of Beeston (who have painted many of Frank Sytner s cars) re-gapped re-hung opening panels assorted re-chroming fresh rubber seals five new correct-type Dunlop tyres and a brand new mohair hood. The results speak for themselves and are worthy of close inspection. Indeed we would not be surprised if the Roadster added to its rosette tally in the future UK road registered as VBY 450E this decidedly smart matching numbers Series I Roadster is offered for sale with the aforementioned Heritage Certificate no advisories MOT certificate valid until March 2018 and a wealth of invoices receipts (dating from Mr Story and Mr Eklof s custodianship). REG NO CHASSIS VBY450E 1E15138 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 59 MOTOR CARS 48 1970 TRIUMPH STAG Pre-production car no. 9 ESTIMATE 40000 - 45000 steering and driveline of the Triumph 2000 Saloon from which it was developed. The chosen powerplant however was an all-new OHC V8 of 3000cc. A total of 25 939 Stags were produced some 9 000 of which survive in the UK. The example now being offered is a significant link in that model chain - ie it s pre-production car No.9 and the 12th example made. It was also apparently employed for the Belgian press launch and is believed but not warranted to have covered no more than 98 500 miles from new courtesy of five keepers. Having already featured in Popular Motoring magazine it is the subject of an upcoming article in Triumph World. This matching numbers vehicle was apparently removed from the road and placed in dry storage during 1989. The vendor acquired it in 2011 and ensured that all the pre-production detail was retained during a restoration that took place as recently as 2014 to 2016 during which the engine was refurbished by Tynwald Triumph plus the gearbox overdrive and hood frame overhauled by specialists the rear axle and braking and suspension systems were overhauled the seats retrimmed brightwork rechromed and a new hood installed. He now grades the bodywork paintwork interior trim V8 engine and manual overdrive gearbox as all being in excellent order and adds the engine pulls strongly and holds good oil pressure and temperature while the clutch and gearbox operate efficiently with no apparent sign of undue wear . This interesting and historic British classic has covered just 250 miles since all the work was completed and is now being offered complete with both hard and soft tops collection of invoices Heritage Certificate and an MOT into June of next year that is free of advisories. REG NO CHASSIS RVC433H LD12 Launched in 1970 the Triumph Stag was styled by Giovanni Michelotti and featured the monocoque construction fully independent suspension disc drum brakes power-assisted rack and pinion 60 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 12000 - 14000 1991 MERCEDES-BENZ 500 E 49 REG NO CHASSIS J49 JGU WDB1240361B452622 was distinguished from the standard E class by subtly flared wheel arches. All were lefthand drive. J49 JGU is an early more powerful example first registered in Germany. In recent years it was sold by The Hairpin Company to the Dealer Principal of Porsche Silverstone from whom the vendor acquired it in 2010. Finished in Blue Black and trimmed in contrasting Grey hide it has covered approximately 105 000 miles from new. The extensive specification incudes recently re-gassed air conditioning sunroof electric memory seats bluetooth phone connectivity and a discreet i-pod connection in the central arm The 500 E was regarded as a classic from birth. With its discretely macho looks limited production run (just 10 479 examples in little over five years) and BMW M5-matching performance it was always destined to be popular with aficionados of the marque. Based on Mercedes s proven W124 Saloon each example was hand-built by Porsche powered by the lusty 5.0-litre quoted 322bhp V8 engine and available only as a four-seater with automatic transmission the 500 E rest. Having benefited from an engine overhaul in 2008 and stainless-steel exhaust system in 2009 this high performance Mercedes is shod with matching Dunlop tyres. Offered with a large file of invoices and details on the recent regular servicing schedule the vendor has used the Mercedes for trips to France and this year to visit Techno Essen in Germany with no problems. Described as being in Very Good condition with regards to its engine automatic transmission bodywork paintwork plus interior trim is said to run beautifully and is offered with an MOT certificate into May 2018. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 61 MOTOR CARS 50 1967 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MKIII ESTIMATE 50000 - 60000 Donald Healey s eponymous company built a prototype two-seater sports car for display at the 1952 London Motor Show that not only impressed the public but also so excited Austin s Managing Director Leonard Lord that he struck a deal to build the car in volume at Longbridge. The newcomer was renamed the Austin-Healey 100 and the rest as they say is history. The Big Healey enjoyed steady development with the four cylinder cars giving way to the 100-Six of 1956 which was replaced by the first of the 3000s in 1959. The final version was the 3000 MKIII which was launched in October 1963 and mildly upgraded (Phase 2) in May the following year. The most powerful and luxurious of all the models it had a lively performance courtesy of its 150bhp straight-six engine and featured such niceties as wind-up windows and a walnut veneer facia. 3000 production closed at the end of 1967 after 42 926 had been made 17 712 of which were MKIIIs. As one of the last of the line the 3000 offered is a desirable home market MKIII Phase 2 model. Its supporting paperwork confirms it was built on January 15 1967 and delivered new the following month to Martins Caravan Co. of Exeter. There have been eight other owners including the vendor who acquired the car in April 2007. Over the years the body which was originally finished in Beige was changed to Red and Black before receiving its current hue of British Racing Green in 2013 - it is matched to Black interior trim. The SU carburettors were overhauled last year and JTT 673E is now being offered complete with new hood tonneau cover a spare set of five wire wheels Heritage Certificate original handbook and sales brochure details of all past owners tax discs and MOT certificates (including one valid to July 2018) and an assortment of spares. REG NO CHASSIS JTT673E HBJ840191 62 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 27000 - 30000 1976 PORSCHE 912 E 51 REG NO CHASSIS SCA194P 9126000082 Concerned over the price increase for the new 911 model Porsche introduced the entry level 912 in 1965 to bridge the gap between the outgoing 356 and 911. Initially powered by the 4-cylinder 1.6-litre unit proved in the 356 the model found favour with Porsche buyers and was to outsell the 911 for the first few years of its production. Discontinued in 1969 following the launch of the 914 it was not until 1975 that the model was reintroduced as the 912E sharing the G-Series bodywork of the 911S but powered by a VW 2-litre unit to again bridge the gap between the discontinued 914 and 924. Production ran from May 1975 to July 1976 and 2100 cars targeted at the US market were built. We are advised this rare survivor was recently imported from the US and treated to a retrim in tan leather at a reputed cost of 5 000. The engine was also overhauled at this time. The car has just been subject to a glass-out respray in brown wheel repolish and new brake discs and a new headlining have been fitted. Now registering some 113 000 miles it is offered with current MoT to July 2018. For those looking for the Porsche experience on a budget the 912E still provides a highly enjoyable solution despite the passage of 40 years. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 63 MOTOR CARS 52 1966 ASTON MARTIN DB6 ESTIMATE 260000 - 280000 64 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION Like a matched pair of Purdeys a wardrobe full of bespoke Saville Row suits or a parade of hand stitched brogues few things are as quintessentially English as an Aston Martin. Backed by a strong racing heritage and glittering silver screen career Astons remain the stuff of dreams to many. Launched at the 1965 Motor Show it was the first model to be engineered after the factory move from Feltham to Newport Pagnell. Lauded by the contemporary press for its handling and performance demand for the handbuilt gentleman s express soon outstripped supply (just 1 755 DB6s had been made by the time production ceased in 1971). This matching-numbers DB6 was originally finished in Californian Sage but has been repainted in Silver Birch while retaining its original tan trim. The previous owner of eleven years an Aston Martin Enthusiast and Collector ensured the car has been lovingly looked after. Regularly used for family days this Aston Martin has been maintained and mechanically looked after to a high standard by Nicholas Mee & Company and comes with a substantial history including a 2 000 service with Richard of England Aston Martin Specialist. The extensive history includes some service invoices dating back to the late 1980s photos of an engine overhaul plus a quantity of expired MoT certificates supporting the mileage of c.75 000. From 2004 the car was maintained by Aston Martin agents Murray Motors in Scotland and subsequently by marque specialists Ricki Cann RS Williams and Nicholas Mee. Works carried out by the latter include removing the engine gearbox exhaust system and suspension cleaning the underside welding as necessary treating with red oxide and 52 protecting with new underseal. The cleaned and painted rear axle was then reinstalled with all new bushes as was the overhauled and re-bushed front suspension while the engine bay was cleaned and refinished in preparation for installation of the engine. The latter s cylinder head was removed overhauled with new gaskets and refitted and the carburettors cleaned and reset. Re-assembly was completed with new exhaust and inlet manifold gaskets hoses clips drive belts and engine mounts whilst all ancillaries were reinstalled having been cleaned and repainted. The exhaust system was refitted with new clamps and mountings. In addition the brake master cylinder was overhauled and the brake callipers removed cleaned and refitted with new flexible hoses. The total cost of these works was c. 30 000. Described by the vendor as having very good bodywork paintwork engine and transmission with good interior NPG 92D is offered with a current MoT certificate expiring 16th April 2018. The DB6 is considered by many to be the last of the real Aston Martins and this must surely represent an ideal acquisition for a discerning collector. REG NO CHASSIS NGP 92D DB6 2465 R 65 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 53 1961 LOTUS ELITE S2 ex-Gilby Engineering ESTIMATE 75000 - 90000 66 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION The road manners of the Elite come as near to those of a racing car as the ordinary motorist would ever experience Autocar May 1960 Chassis 1471 a Bristol bodied car was delivered new in January 1961 to Formula One team Gilby Engineering for Keith Greene to compete in sports car events and we understand was fully prepared for racing by Lotus themselves. Conversations with Keith Greene subsequently confirmed its competition life was a brief one due to teething problems and the weakness of the early suspension pick up points. The car was returned to the factory for this to be rectified. The car was then sold on being registered as a road car in December 1961. At this time it retained the full race bottom end initially with an MG gearbox fitted before the original ZF unit was purchased from Gilby and reinstalled. It then changed hands in 1964 and again in 1965 before being put into long term storage around 1966 by the then owner who always intended to recommission the car. Work commitments prevented this and it was acquired by the previous owner from him in 2006. The original engine and ZF gearbox having disappeared over the years a full restoration was finally commenced. The Chassis Body Unit was repaired and painted in metallic blue and a new sub frame fitted whilst the FWE Climax engine was completed to a high standard with a steel crank lightened flywheel and forged pistons. It was also converted to accept unleaded fuel. Running on twin 40 DCOE Webers power output was recorded as a healthy 105bhp. Cooling is provided by an all alloy 53 radiator with an 11 electric fan. A Ford Type 9 fivespeed gearbox was also fitted. With similar ratios to those found in the ZF unit and a fifth gear the car is capably relaxed and quite at home in modern traffic conditions. Other modifications include rose joints on the rear suspension a 50 amp Dynator in place of the original dynamo and retrimming of the seats and door cards in black leather. Completed in 2014 it was purchased by the vendor a renowned Lotus enthusiast and collector directly from Mk14 Components Ltd and is only being offered for sale due his recent acquisition of another example. The car has recently had an MOT inspection valid until June 2018. It has also received a full Service in June of this year from Tolman Motorsport. Invited to the 60th anniversary celebrations at Castle Combe in May it will afterwards be featured in Classic & Sportscar magazine. A fully restored example with period race history 1471 ticks all the right boxes and should appeal to Lotus collectors everywhere. REG NO CHASSIS OO 6340 1471 67 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 54 1972 ASTON MARTIN DBS ESTIMATE 58000 - 62000 Introduced at the October 1967 Motor Show the DBS broke important new ground for Aston Martin. Although similar to that of the concurrent DB6 its steel platform chassis used a longer wheelbase repositioned front crossmember and wider track to arrive at perfect 50 50 weight distribution. Further enhanced by the adoption of de Dion rear suspension located via a Watts linkage and with standardised power steering the newcomer was widely praised for its polished ride and handling. Styled in-house by William Towns with clear transatlantic and Italianate overtones the aluminiumbodied four-seater exuded a road presence that few rivals caught in its quad headlights could match. Although intended to be the first V8-powered Aston a series of teething troubles with the new powerplant meant that the DBS went into production with the proven Tide Marek-designed 3995cc DOHC straightsix. Credited with developing 282bhp and 288lbft (or 325bhp and 290lbft in Vantage tune wearing three Webers) this legendary powerplant was allied to either five-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission. We are informed this Silver Grey automatic transmission example with Red interior had just two previous owners the car coming with a good amount of history dating from the 1980s onwards. Understood to be running but offered without a current MoT STD 971S is described by the vendor as being a good candidate for restoration the odometer currently registering a low c.62 000 miles. Invoices for over 20 000 together and over thirty expired MoT certificates are also understood to accompany the car. Astons remain a solid investment and values for the 6-cylinder DBs have risen along with those of the V8 engined models making this an attractive project to undertake. REG NO CHASSIS STD791S DBS 5817 RA 68 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 75000 - 90000 1948 CONNAUGHT L2 55 The ex-Ken Downing car and current family ownership for almost 60 years REG NO CHASSIS OPC 3 ASD10V91330520047 One of only six (three prototypes and three production cars) Connaught L2 sports cars made chassis No.7048 was built to the requirements of Ken Downing in time to contest the 1950 season. It came with two bodies - the company s standard allenveloping one and a one-off lightweight cycle-wing design for competition work. At his own admission by shortening the stroke of the company s 1767cc Lea Francis engine Connaught provided him with the most potent car in the 1500cc class . And though there were teething problems that first year his impressive 1951 results of 15 1sts 11 other placings and just three retirements were proudly advertised in Autosport and other publications by Connaught at the end of that season. The L2s title then passed in fairly quick succession to William Wadsworth Kathleen Gibson and RAF officer John Woods who purchased it from Archie Scott Brown s garage in Cambridge in 1958. However within a year he was posted to Australia so sold it back to the garage only to buy it for a second time on his return to the UK. The engine had though been damaged in his absence and it was at this stage it was replaced by the current 2496cc unit. It was in this form OPC 3 was exported to Canada when Woods emigrated there in 1971 which is where it remained until gifted to his nephew Jonathon Hibbins in 2005. On repatriating the Connaught Hibbins set about a major mechanical restoration that included a thorough overhaul of the engine and gearbox replacement clutch etc. Now finished in its correct livery of British Racing Green bodywork and Green leathercloth interior this highly significant racing car is being offered for the first time in almost 60 years complete with extensive history file containing the original buff log book period correspondence photos of the restoration etc. A unique opportunity. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 69 MOTOR CARS 56 1962 FORD THUNDERBIRD ESTIMATE 15250 - 17250 57 1973 FIAT 850 SPORT SPIDER ESTIMATE 14000 - 16000 REG NO CHASSIS 783 UYH 2Y83Z119221 REG NO CHASSIS FRA762L 100GBS10129303 By the time Ford dispensed with the Thunderbird moniker in 2005 the model had progressed through 11 generations the combined production total of which was in excess of 4.4 million. The first generation model hit the streets in October 1954 and while it was created in direct response to Chevrolet s Corvette Ford s emphasis was on comfort over sportiness. By the time the third generation appeared in 1961 the T-Bird had grown to feature four rather than two seats and power from a 6.4-litre V8 of 300bhp mated to a three-speed automatic gearbox. This crowd-stopping 1962 example has been in the present ownership since 2009 was imported to the UK in 2013 and treated to a respray in 2015. Recent maintenance has included an overhaul of the braking and front suspension systems. Finished in Red and trimmed Creamcoloured upholstery it is described by the vendor as an excellent everyday American classic that s in fair order throughout . Fiat s perennially pretty 850 Spider emanated from the prolific pen of Giorgetto Giugiaro was built by Bertone and unveiled at the 1965 Geneva Salon. It was notable for the free-flowing elegance of it lines and the fact the hood could be completely hidden from view below a panel ahead of the rear-mounted engine. Early examples were powered by the same 843cc engine as the Saloon but in 1968 the Spider s unit was enlarged to 903cc - this version was known as the Sport. The example offered is thought to have begun life in California and to have been converted to right-hand drive upon its importation to the UK in 1991 spending a period in Northern Ireland before returning to the mainland. Finished in an attractive shade of Light Blue FRA 762L is offered complete with a new starter motor dog and battery screw-on type oil filter adjustable dampers history file containing invoices and old MOTs plus one valid into June next year. 70 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 2000 BMW M5 Supplied new to Colin Hendry ESTIMATE NO RESERVE 58 1991 ROVER MINI COOPER ESTIMATE 8000 - 10000 59 REG NO CHASSIS Non EU-Reg WBSDE92050BJ10706 REG NO CHASSIS J535JUT SAXXNNAMBBD017892 Even by the superlative standards of the BMW M-cars that began with the M1 in 1978 the E39 M5 made from 1998 to 2003 is generally regarded as a standout model. Powered by a rev-hungry 4941cc S62 V8 engine (rated at 394bhp 369lbft) the super saloon was reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 4.8 seconds and 155mph (limited). RHD European-specification production amounted to just 2 595 cars. The very tidy 2000 model year example offered was first owned by the Scottish international footballer Colin Hendry. Remaining in his care for eight years it has reportedly had two further keepers since migrating to Jersey. Finished in Carbon Black and trimmed in Tan hide it comes with an extensive service history (main dealer and local garage) in support of the 72 000 indicated miles and is considered by the vendor to have excellent bodywork very good paintwork and interior trim and good engine and six-speed Getrag manual transmission. The clutch was renewed c.10 000 miles ago and this wolf in sheep s clothing has quite the growl courtesy of an Eisenmann Sports Exhaust (though the original system accompanies the car). By the time of the sale it will be NOVA Declared with all duties paid. With the after effects of the 1956-1957 Suez Crisis being felt worldwide Leonard Lord commissioned Alec Issigonis to work on a radical small car project. His response was the now legendary Mini. Featuring an ingenious transverse-mounted powertrain (with engine sat atop of the gearbox) all-round independent rubber cone suspension front-wheel drive and compact rack and pinion steering the newcomer was a packaging masterpiece not to mention one of the most influential automotive designs ever conceived. A fine example of a Rover Mini Cooper in British Racing Green with a white roof and black cloth upholstery J535 JUT has just undergone an extensive bodywork restoration windows out re-paint and mechanical overhaul. Having covered 69 400 miles from new it is offered with a collection of invoices and old MOT certificates. The restoration has included new floor pans sills inner and outer rear quarters rear boot valance new off side and near side doors new front panel new window rubbers and chrome inserts rear subframe new walnut dash new wheels and tyres new headlamp new front grill chrome kit and bumpers. The vendor currently grades the bodywork paintwork engine and gearbox as excellent and is offering the Mini with an MOT certificate into January 2018. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 71 MOTOR CARS 60 2001 DAIMLER MAJESTIC 4.0 LWB Built to a bespoke specification for the personal use of HM The Queen ESTIMATE 45000 - 55000 72 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION Every British monarch has been chauffeured around in and or driven if they so wished Daimlers since 1902 when King Edward VII granted the Coventry marque a Royal Warrant. Rolls-Royce and latterly Bentley may have become the preferred source of state limousines post-WW2 but Daimler remained happy to furnish the Royal Mews with less ostentatious conveyances that were better suited to private motoring. Built to a bespoke specification for the personal use of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II chassis F35595 was despatched from the Works on 14th March 2001 but not road registered as Y694 CDU until 4th June that year. The nigh on three-month delay was necessitated by an intensive circa 2 500-mile debugging programme to ensure that the Majestic 4.0 Litre Long Wheelbase Saloon never failed to proceed . Like HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and HRH The Prince of Wales Her Majesty The Queen is known to favour Dark Green hues for her own cars. Thus the Daimler was finished in British Racing Green with Catkin leather upholstery and a subtle Red coachline. A Vehicle Features Enquiry conducted on Jaguar Cars Ltd s own Service and Warranty System reveals that the five-seater was specified without a rear cigar lighter ashtrays or blinds but with a full-size spare wheel touring suspension and more sumptuous rouched soft grain trim. The same document lists numbers for all the car s major mechanical components and even its radio code. However the Daimler s key number is simply recorded as Not Authorised . Naturally given its intended recipient the Majestic 4.0 Litre Long Wheelbase Saloon also boasts a number of extras not available to the general public. As well as an aversion to cigarette cigar smoke Her Majesty enjoyed driving (and being driven) with the windows down just not the one nearest to her. Thus each rear armrest contains controls for both rear windows. The standard fit CD Auto Changer may have been omitted but an examination of the boot shows its place was once supplanted by equipment for keeping The Queen in touch with her Home Office and Government. Benefiting from steel cylinder liners as opposed to Nikasil coated ones for its 3996cc alloy V8 engine (rated at 280hp 277lbft) and five-speed automatic transmission the five-seater was reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 6.9 seconds and 149mph a useful turn of speed should the need ever have arisen to deploy it. The controls for a full suite of security lights are hidden within a compartment that would otherwise have housed the front ashtray cigarette lighter. The alternately flashing front rear foglamps and frontmounted strobe lights are not dissimilar to the set-up on an unmarked police car but the convoy lights which nestle either side of the rear view mirror would have made Queen Elizabeth II s presence aboard the Daimler immediately apparent to members of her security team especially at times of otherwise poor visibility. An even more personal touch is the nicely engineered handbag holding tray built into the armrest between the two front seats which ensured that it was readily accessible and kept away from any inadvertent footwell kicks. Her Majesty The Queen and HRH Prince Philip were both photographed driving (and being chauffeured in) Y694 CDU on numerous occasions. In addition to commuting from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle the Daimler 60 REG NO CHASSIS Y694CDU SAJAC24M01LF35595 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 73 MOTOR CARS 60 2001 DAIMLER MAJESTIC 4.0 LWB ESTIMATE 45000 - 55000 was also used to attend polo matches and for social engagements. A letter on file from Jaguar Heritage confirms that the Majestic 4.0 Litre Long Wheelbase Saloon was used by HM The Queen for private motoring until returned to Jaguar for preservation by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust with little more than 14 000 miles on the clock . Her Majesty then took delivery of a new Daimler . The same missive also states She drove the car herself and it was also used as a royal relief vehicle. We gained control of the car when it was returned to Special Vehicles . . . The car was first registered on 4th June 2001 and we acquired it in January 2007 . An internal vehicle log records the Daimler as being a Gift from Jaguar Cars Limited to the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust and that it was MOT tested on 19th September 2007 at 14 485 miles. Sold into 74 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION private hands some two years later the five-seater had obviously had any sensitive communications equipment removed but interestingly its security lights were not only left in situ but also fully functional. Although using them on the Queen s Highway would be illegal for mere mortals. Only ever road registered to Jaguar Cars Ltd the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust and the vendor Y694 CDU has still only covered a warranted 15 325 miles from new (and so less than 1 400 after leaving the Royal Service). Invited to form part of The Cartier Style et Luxe display at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on 1st July 2012 due to its exceptional provenance the Majestic 4.0 Litre Long Wheelbase Saloon was last serviced by Carrs Jaguar (apparently its seventh) a mere 20 miles ago. Given the time and trouble that went into ensuring that it was fit for Royal Service the car s current condition should perhaps be no surprise. Kept in a temperature controlled garage as part of an impressive private collection this truly historic Daimler is worthy of close inspection. Offered for sale with V5C Registration Document handbooks assorted Jaguar Cars Ltd JDHT paperwork and numerous photos. A very special motor car. 60 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 75 MOTOR CARS 61 1967 VOLVO P1800 S ESTIMATE 22000 - 26000 Based on a design exercise by the Swedishborn Pelle Petterson whilst working at Frua the Volvo P1800 sports car was officially unveiled at the January 1960 Brussels Salon. Not entering production for a year the newcomer s sleek twodoor monocoque bodyshell was equipped with independent front suspension a coil-sprung live rear axle and disc drum brakes. Powered by a 1782cc OHV four-cylinder engine breathing through twin SU carburettors allied to a four-speed manual gearbox it was capable of over 100mph. The P1800 was immortalised in the 1960s TV series The Saint starring the late Roger Moore and this lovely righthand drive UK example bears a striking resemblance to the last car used on the show (NUV 647E) even down to the unusual driving lamps. During filming Moore used a Pearl White example upholstered with red interior as his personal transport. In 2016 the car was the subject of much restoration work including attention to the sills chassis floors and outriggers followed by a glass-out repaint in white. Retaining its original red leather interior which is described as being in good condition the odometer now displays some 92 600 miles. We are advised the bodywork paintwork and panel gaps are all excellent whilst much of the chrome has been replaced. Both engine and transmission with overdrive are said to be working well and this stylish coupe rides on period style Minilite wheels. It is expected to possess a fresh MoT in time for the sale. REG NO CHASSIS OVT871F 25822 76 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 12000 - 15000 1954 SUNBEAM-TALBOT 90 MKIIa DROPHEAD COUPE 62 REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg 3015821 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. Part of a County Wexford based collection since 2004 this particular example was supplied new to New Zealand. Fitted with a replacement MKII engine before being extensively mechanically and cosmetically restored during the mid-1980s the Sunbeam-Talbot had its cylinder head overhauled in 2000. Repatriated the following year and UK road registered as LAS 714 in 2002 the Drophead Coupe gained a reconditioned gearbox some twelve months later courtesy of marque specialist Graham Brooks. Entering the current family ownership via the renowned Hurst Park Automobiles of Surrey during 2004 the fourseater remains presentable albeit its front bumper would benefit from re-chroming. Starting readily upon inspection the Sunbeam-Talbot behaved well during a recent photography session but would doubtless be improved for a thorough service and other recommissioning works. A rare coachbuilt four-seater 1950s Drophead Coupe. What s not to like Offered for sale with assorted NZ paperwork Hurst Park invoice and sundry other paperwork. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 77 MOTOR CARS 63 1995 FERRARI 456 GT ESTIMATE 47000 - 55000 engine. However rather than a 60deg unit as used previously it was a 65deg one developed from the Dino V6. The output was 436bhp - sufficient to vault the 1690kg Prancing Horse to 62mph in around 5.2 seconds and on to a terminal speed of 188mph making it the fastest four-seater production car of the time. The chassis was of tubular spaceframe construction to which were added alloy body panels and a one-piece composite bonnet. Production of the various versions ran from 1992 to 2003 during which time 3 289 examples were made of which 1 548 were manual GTs. M117 DLW is a lefthand drive 1995 GT finished in the pleasing combination of Swatters Blue and Cr me hide interior trim. It was supplied new in the UK to European lefthand drive specification by HR Owen at a cost of 153 000 with the original invoice included in the sale. There have been three keepers to date the first of whom retained the Ferrari from 1995 to 2000 the second from 2000 to 2005 and the third for the 12 years until now. In recent times it has been regularly maintained by aircraft mechanic Andrew Harmer of Brooke Garage Norwich and in addition to routine maintenance has benefited from a new master cylinder in 2010 clutch in 2011 cooling fan in 2012 drive and auxiliary belts in 2013 and new front tyres and oil service in May of this year. This lovely long term ownership 61 000 mile classic Ferrari is now offered complete with Parrots handsfree phone kit bluetooth music integrated Tom Tom SAT NAV transferable life contract Trackstar tracker original factory wallet with service and handbooks full factory tool kit tyre foam canister and a lovely history folder containing the original sales brochure large collection of old invoices tax discs and MOTs including one valid into May 2018. REG NO CHASSIS M117DLW ZFFSP44B000102122 At the time of its introduction in 1992 the 456 GT was Ferrari s most powerful road car to date (with the exception of the Race-bred F40). It was a replacement for the 412 and in common with that model was powered by a front-mounted V12 78 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE NO RESERVE 1960 MERCEDES-BENZ 190 SL 64 REG NO CHASSIS 111 GHY 1210422001540 Do you by any chance have any plans for next winter If not we ve got the perfect solution - a barn find 190 SL Mercedes in need of a full restoration. Take a look at the photos - there s surely nothing a little spit and polish won t rectify Okay so perhaps it s not for the faint hearted but how great it would be to resurrect one of these now relatively rare and desirable classic Mercedes sports cars. A righthand drive UK specification model it is apparently complete finished in Dark Grey and trimmed in Red and even comes with a White hardtop in addition to its Black hood. It has remained in the same ownership for the last 40 years and lain unused for the last 30. An enticing project being offered at No Reserve. The 190 SL was introduced in 1955 - the year Mercedes swept all before it on the Mille Miglia with the 300 SLR. Indeed the graceful new twodoor Convertible grand tourer was sold alongside the road-going version of the SLR - the 300 SL - whose styling it strongly resembled. In fact the underpinnings of the two cars were quite different and while the 300 SL had a purpose-built tubular spaceframe (W198) its smaller sibling was built on a shortened version of the Ponton Saloon (W121) platform which was of steel monocoque construction. The 190 SL also boasted an all-new engine - an over-square SOHC straight-four unit of 1897cc that produced some 120bhp which was sufficient to propel the car to a very respectable maximum speed of 112mph. The engine was coupled to a manual four-speed gearbox operated by a lever between the seats. The suspension comprised double wishbones and coil springs at the front and coil sprung swing axles at the rear. Steering was by recirculating ball and braking by powerassisted drums at each corner. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 79 MOTOR CARS 65 1961 JAGUAR E-TYPE 3.8 FLAT FLOOR ROADSTER Beautifully restored by renowned marque specialist XK Engineering ESTIMATE 180000 - 220000 80 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION Famously launched at the 1961 Geneva Salon the Jaguar E-Type created a furore. With its stunning looks outrageous performance and low price tag the newcomer left rivals reeling and customers clamouring. While early competition success at the hands of Graham Hill and Roy Salvadori amongst others helped cement its reputation. Built as a monocoque with an engine cradling front sub-frame the model s combination of all-round independent suspension (torsion-bar front coil-sprung rear) rack and pinion steering and four-wheel disc brakes gave it excellent roadholding and handling capabilities. Fed by triple SU HD8 carburettors and topped with a straight port DOHC cylinder head its 3781cc straight-six engine was quoted as developing some 265bhp and 260lbft. Allied to a four-speed Moss gearbox the free-revving unit reputedly enabled the E-type to sprint from 0-60mph in 6.9 seconds and onto 150mph. Seemingly borrowed from a light aircraft the wonderful turned aluminium centre console that adorned its dashboard was complemented by scalloped Dunlopillo seats and a wood-rim steering wheel. Achingly beautiful yet viciously quick the E-type remains for many the ultimate production Jaguar. While any roadster is desirable the socalled Flat Floor cars enjoy a particularly exalted status. Dating from early in the production cycle before Jaguar responded to popular demand and had footwell recesses pressed into the model s previously Flat Floor platform so that it could better accommodate tall drivers they arguably represent the automotive icon in its purist form. Just 1 939 Flat Floor Roadsters (357 RHD 1 582 LHD) left the Browns Lane factory and some fifty-years worth of attrition means that survivors are not only scarce but also highly sought after. 65 According to its accompanying Jaguar Heritage Production Record Trace Certificate this particular example chassis 876192 was built on 23rd November 1961 and despatched to Jaguar Cars New York distribution hub eight days later. Originally finished in Carmen Red with Black leather and a Black hood it was supplied new by Falvey Motors of Ferndale Michigan to W.H. Mansfield. Migrating to the more car-friendly climate of California thereafter the E-Type was repatriated by the vendor during late 2014 on the understanding that it was rust free REG NO CHASSIS 533 UYW 876192 81 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 65 1961 JAGUAR E-TYPE 3.8 FLAT FLOOR ROADSTER Beautifully restored by renowned marque specialist XK Engineering ESTIMATE 180000 - 220000 82 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION and comprised all factory sheetmetal no cut out or replacement panels . Said to be a nice driver at the time the two-seater was nonetheless entrusted to renowned marque specialist XK Engineering of Coventry with instructions that they restore the Flat Floor Roadster to its former glory. Stripped back to bare metal and re-profiled as necessary the bodywork was then painstakingly resprayed in its original Carmen Red hue. The interior was retrimmed in Black and thus adhered to factory specification too. Attention was paid to the wiring fuel system exhaust brakes steering and suspension with numerous components being repainted as well as refurbished. The brightwork was renewed or re-plated and a brand new Black hood installed. Considerable time and effort was spent on ensuring that the opening panels (bonnet boot doors) fitted properly and sat well within their apertures. Rubber seals were replaced throughout and the wire wheels shod with fresh Avon tyres. In keeping with XK Engineering s ethos the wood-rim steering wheel was refurbished rather than replaced because it was deemed to be the one with which the car had left Browns Lane Pleasingly retaining its original matching numbers 3.8 litre straight-six engine the E-Type was upgraded whilst Stateside with one of Jaguar s more userfriendly four-speed all-synchromesh gearboxes. Not long emerged from XK Engineering s workshops chassis 876192 is worthy of close inspection and a testament to their craftsmanship. 65 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 83 MOTOR CARS 66 1999 FERRARI 250 GT CALIFORNIA SPYDER EVOCATION ESTIMATE 50000 - 60000 For many the Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder - be it in LWB or SWB guise - is simply one of the most beautiful cars ever made. With only 55 original examples being built it is no surprise they are highly prized by collectors with price tags to match their exclusivity. As with other automotive icons that are beyond the reach of mere mortals numerous copies have been produced over the years ranging from near exact facsimiles to more accessible lookalikes based on a multitude of mechanicals. The sale car is based on a 1999 category C BMW Z3 2.8 mated to a manual gearbox this immaculate right-hand drive example appears to have been manufactured to a high standard with incredible detail both to the exterior and interior. The car is appropriately finished in the classic combination of red coachwork with beige upholstery. Offered with its original service book a collection of old MOT certificates invoices and V5C the specification includes electric windows (operated by the window winders) and power hood. The vendor currently classes the bodywork paintwork interior trim engine and five-speed manual gearbox as excellent and this stylish evocation is offered with an MOT certificate into December 2017. REG NO CHASSIS BPR723A WBACH32000LE92287 84 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 24000 - 28000 1949 DODGE WAYFARER ROADSTER 67 REG NO CHASSIS T.B.A. 37039364 Low-cost two-seat Roadsters were plentiful and popular on the American market in the 20s but somehow fell out of favour. So in an attempt to spice up an otherwise rather lacklustre line-up 20 years later Dodge hit upon the idea of turning the clock back and including a basic Roadster within its new 1949 Wayfarer range that also comprised a twodoor Saloon and Business Coupe and of 63 816 Wayfarers sold that year 5 420 were Roadsters. The emphasis was on fun and affordability so the specification included a single bench-type front seat and relatively rudimentary hood. Power was provided by an L head straight-six engine of 3.8-litres. Those lower than hoped-for first year sales were put down to the post-war public requiring more creature comforts that their predecessors so for 1950 the Roadster was slightly up-specced and renamed the Sportabout. As the required targets were still not met the model had been dropped from the range by 1952 but there is no doubt its initial inclusion had created some much-needed interest in the otherwise rather tired Dodge brand and as is so often the way (think MG C for example) the Roadster the model that never quite took off in period is now the most sought after of the Wayfarer family. The delightful 1949 example now offered was imported into the UK from Canada where it had been a multiple trophy winner. It is understood to have been fully restored in 2011 work that included the fitment of new glass throughout and a fresh interior. The Dodge is presented in Aircruiser Red allied to Beige upholstery and the vendor these days classes the bodywork paintwork interior trim engine and manual three-speed transmission as all being in Excellent order. He says it runs and drives very well and is selling the car with MOT into June 2018. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 85 MOTOR CARS 68 1972 JAGUAR E-TYPE V12 ROADSTER ESTIMATE 60000 - 70000 The E-Type or XK-E as it was known in the USA made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show of 1961. From birth the car was available either as a Fixed Head Coupe or two-seat Roadster. The engine size was increased from 3.8 to 4.2-litres in October 1964. For 1966 a 2 2 version of the Coupe was added to the range. It was 9 inches longer and featured a more vertical windscreen. What are known as the Series 3 cars were introduced in 1971. With the exception of a handful of now very rare examples they were all fitted with a new 5.3-litre V12 engine. The original (short) wheelbase was discontinued and the revised car offered only as a Roadster (now based on the longer 2 2 floorpan) or 2 2 Coupe. Production of the Series 3 cars continued until the entire model range was superseded by the XJS in 1975 by which time some 15 000 V12-engined cars had been produced - most of which were exported to North America. The Series 3 cars are readily identified from their predecessors by the large cross-slatted radiator grille flared wheel arches and V12 badge on the rear. According to its accompanying Heritage Certificate MCU 362K departed the production line on March 23 1972. A lefthand drive export model it was despatched to British Leyland New York on May 2. Little is known of its subsequent history other than it has recently benefited from a repaint in its original colour of Silver. Very well presented this relatively rare manual gearbox V12 is now being offered complete with MOT valid to October 5 and is described by the vendor to have excellent interior trim bodywork paintwork engine and manual transmission. REG NO CHASSIS MCU362K UC1S20266 86 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 70000 - 80000 The sole survivor of just three prototype hatchbacks made 1964 AUSTIN MINI COOPER S 1071 HATCHBACK 69 REG NO CHASSIS 963 LOP KAS2S4488266 Only 4 000 or so 1071cc-engined Mini Cooper S cars were made between April 1963 and August 1964. A Morris version built on January 2nd 1964 chassis K-A2S4-488266 was despatched to the Austin Motor Company s Experimental Department in Longbridge thereafter. Reportedly the sole survivor of just three Cooper S cars converted to hatchback specification and the only one to feature a steel rather than GRP tailgate the re-badged Mini s first private keeper was the Rt Hon Ernest Marples MP who took delivery on August 22nd 1968. Notable for opening the M1 motorway and introducing more rigorous MOT tests plus the use of breathalysers the former Minister for Transport is understood to have specifically wanted a hatchback to accommodate his golf clubs and or the produce of his own vineyard Having tried to place an order with John Cooper at the Racing Car Show Lord Marples (as he became) was referred to the Chairman of BMC George Harriman. As well as a bespoke folding rear bench seat reversed door handles and special window frames the unique Mini featured a padded headlining and dash rails not to mention non-standard front indicators and side repeater lights. However it is not known whether these additions were made at the behest of its safety conscious first owner or while the car was resident in the Experimental Department. Part-exchanged by Lord Marples during 1974 for a Renault 5 the Austin (nee Morris) passed to enthusiast Alan Meaker eleven years later who embarked upon a concours standard restoration that was finally completed in 1994 with the help of Dave Gilbert from Classic Coopers. Replacing what I had to . . . repairing what I could Mr Meaker was able to refurbish the original bodyshell and sourced a correct-type 1071cc S engine as well as factory specification 3.5J x 10inch slotted Cooper S wheels. Having covered just c.100 miles since its engine was overhauled this historic Mini is deemed by the vendor to be in very good overall condition. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 87 MOTOR CARS 70 1966 JAGUAR MK II 3.4 LITRE ESTIMATE 28000 - 32000 Good MKII Jaguars have been highly sought after for years and this very attractively presented home market example has had just two owners in the last 25 years and only four in total - the first of whom retained the car for 15 years and the second for a decade during which she undertook regular trips to Switzerland for family holidays. It is finished in its original eye-catching livery of Opalescent Silver Blue bodywork teamed with Dark Navy Blue leather interior trim and rides on chrome wire wheels. The accompanying Heritage Certificate confirms the date of build as November 22 1965 making it one of the first to be fitted with Jaguar s own all-synchromesh gearbox which proved to be infinitely more user friendly than the Moss box it replaced. It is also equipped with a pair of rare Reutter reclining front seats which are inevitably more comfortable than the standard non-adjustable chairs. Additional items of note include overdrive and a high ratio back axle for more relaxed cruising heated rear window and stainless steel exhaust system. OVW505D is known to have benefited from six years of dry storage in the late 90s and at some stage a glass removed repaint which the vendor informs us was carried out to a very high standard and shown virtually no subsequent deterioration . He adds the Jaguar is a lovely honest example which has been well maintained and improved over the years in the hands of four careful owners and now offers an opportunity for a new custodian to enjoy the benefit of their commitment . It is being sold complete with a comprehensive history file containing assorted maintenance invoices an almost unbroken run of MOT certificates from 1969 to date one valid into July 2018 the aforementioned Heritage Certificate and a large selection of photographs of the restoration. REG NO CHASSIS OVW505D 170007DN 88 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 75000 - 85000 1966 JAGUAR E-TYPE ROADSTER 71 REG NO CHASSIS FHJ465D 1E13508 According to its accompanying JDHT Certificate this Series One 4.2 E-Type Roadster was manufactured on 14 September 1966 and subsequently sold to its first owner Thayer Bentley Hawkins of Youngstown Ohio via distributor Jaguar Cars New York. Originally finished in Primrose with black interior the last recorded US owners were also residents of Ohio. Falling into disuse and requiring restoration the car was imported to the UK in December 1988. At some point a 3.8-litre engine and Moss gearbox were installed and the car converted to RHD. Around 1999 as a rolling shell it was purchased as a 60th birthday gift by the previous owner s wife and given to her husband. He duly set about completing the restoration for which detailed notes of works carried out are recorded in a note book contained in the history file along with an album of photographs and a large amount of receipts for parts. According to an entry by him on website xkedata the body restoration had already been completed by the importer. Due to spending their winters in the Florida sun progress was slow and the project would not be completed until 2009 2010. Repainted in Jaguar Dark Blue and retrimmed in Burgundy leather with a blue mohair hood and tonneau some mechanical works (including comprehensive overhauls of the engine and gearbox) were carried out by Swallow Engineering of Basildon. Finally in August 2010 the car was driven on the road for the first time in over thirty years. Acquired by the vendor in 2013 it has been used sparingly and cossetted in a carpeted garage. Whilst some cosmetic improvements could be made FHJ 645D performed extremely well on a recent short test drive as would be expected due to the minimal mileage covered since completion. A desirable Series One E-Type ready to be enjoyed it is also offered with Swansea V5 MoT to June 2018 owner s handbook service manual and spares catalogue. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 89 MOTOR CARS 72 1965 FORD LOTUS CORTINA ESTIMATE 45000 - 55000 In 1963 Ford was looking to race the two-door MKI Cortina in Group 2 for which the obvious powerplant was the twin-cam version of the Kent engine Colin Chapman had already developed for use in the Elan - the Lotus Cortina was born. In addition to the 105bhp 1558 cc engine the changes included a close-ratio gearbox shorter front suspension struts and trailing arms and coil springs with A bracket at the rear. Wider 5.5J steel wheels were added lightweight aluminium panels used for the doors bonnet and boot and quarter bumpers added to the front. Interior amendments included a new centre-console for the remote control gear lever different seats and facia and a wood-rim steering wheel. The MKI model was made until 1966 during which time the most significant upgrades included the adoption of Ford s new Airflow ventilation system and the replacement of the troublesome A bracket rear suspension with leaf springs and radius arms. This decidedly desirable second series Airflow MKI was comprehensively restored around a new shell in the mid-1980s while the Twincam Techniques engine featured increased compression ratio enlarged ports oversize valves competition valve springs and high-lift Burton camshafts and breathes through a pair of twin choke 45DHLA Dellorto carburettors. The Lotus was thoroughly recommissioned in 2002 2003 by David Abbott at a cost in excess of 15 000 and then used to good effect by Don Rose in circuit races and hillclimbs since when the car has seen little use. Very nicely presented in fast road specification and the classic combination of Ermine White and Sherwood Green side stripes it retains its standard specification Black interior trim aside of a Cobra racing seat and Willans harness for the driver and is now available complete with large file of invoices old FIA papers competition photographs and old MOTs plus one valid to 16th September 2017. REG NO CHASSIS EFV814D BA74EG59595 90 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 25000 - 30000 1960 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER CLOUD II 73 REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg STB72 The decidedly eye-catching righthand drive Cloud II on offer is finished in Cream over Silver and trimmed in Blue-piped Cream-coloured hide. It was apparently repatriated from the USA in c.2000 and acquired by the current keeper the following year who has used it sparingly and dry-stored the Rolls between outings. It was restored in 2002 since when it has been maintained by a Dutch Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialist. The odometer currently displays an unwarranted 82 000 miles. The vendor considers the luxuriously reupholstered interior trim to be excellent and the Standard Steel bodywork paintwork V8 engine and automatic transmission to all be in very good order. We understand that at some point the air conditioning system was removed from the car but it remains complete and forms part of the lot. An apparently fine example of the breed that s now seeking a suitably caring new keeper. Rolls-Royce launched the Silver Cloud in April 1955. It was based on a completely new closed box section frame topped by a distinguished-looking body penned by in-house designer John Polwhele Blatchley. The proportions belied its considerable overall length of 17ft 8in and clothed all but 157 of the 2 360 Cloud Is eventually produced. The car was powered by an alloy-headed 4.9-litre straight-six engine that delivered some 155bhp at 4 000 rpm and drove through a four-speed automatic transmission. The Silver Cloud II unveiled in 1959 brought a redesigned ventilation system and standardised power steering. The biggest change however was the replacement of the long-serving 4.9-litre six-cylinder engine with an all-alloy 6.2-litre V8 unit. The unquoted output was sufficient to whisk the newcomer to 60mph in under 11 seconds and on to a top speed of 112mph. At total of 2 717 Cloud IIs were built between 1959 and 1962 - 2 418 with the standard wheelbase and 299 with the optional longer one. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 91 MOTOR CARS 74 1938 BENTLEY 4.25 LITRE JAMES YOUNG SEDANCA COUPE ESTIMATE 180000 - 220000 92 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION Unveiled to great acclaim at the August 1933 Ascot Races the Derby Bentley was underpinned by a double dropped chassis featuring all-round semi-elliptic suspension and four-wheel drum brakes. Powered by a more potent version of its Rolls-Royce 20 25 sibling s 3669cc OHV straightsix engine allied to four-speed manual transmission the newcomer was soon christened the Silent Sportscar . Responding to increased competition from the likes of Alvis and Lagonda Bentley gave its customers the option of a larger 4257cc engine during the 1936 season. Priced at 50 a comparatively modest sum compared to the cost of a basic chassis the new unit proved so popular that the smaller capacity powerplant was soon dropped. Nicely balanced to begin with the Derby Bentley chassis proved more than capable of handling the extra power and torque. Further revised in late 1938 the Silent Sportscar gained centralised chassis lubrication automatic shock absorbers (with hand control override) better steering improved big-end crankshaft bearings and - most importantly of all an overdrive gearbox with direct drive on 3rd gear and overdrive on 4th gear. Available from chassis B2MR onwards these modifications allowed it to tackle Europe s first generation of high-speed roads such as Italy s autostradas or Germany s autobahns with confidence. Long sought after due to their relaxed cruising capabilities and theoretical 100mph plus performance (they were geared to 107mph in overdrive top) production of the final MR and MX series amounted to a mere 200 cars. Arguably the pre-eminent British coachwork designer of the 1920s 1930s former Cunard Line employee A.F. McNeil jumped ship from Gurney Nutting to James Young shortly after the latter was acquired by Rolls-Royce and Bentley dealer Jack 74 Barclay in 1937. Blessed with a wonderful eye for proportion and detail McNeil penned a supremely elegant Sedanca Coupe design that James Young fitted to just three Derby Bentley Overdrive Series chassis (B72MR B86MR and B97MX). The first of the trio chassis B72MR was supplied new to George Sinclair Brodrick Esq. on 15th November 1938. Aged just twenty-three at the time Mr Brodrick was the grandson of American railway magnate Jay Gould who had once been deemed the world s richest man (the 2.7 million spent contesting his estate during the 1890s entered the Guinness Book of Records as the most costly legal action in history). Mr Brodrick s obituary in The Telegraph noted that he mixed dangerous cocktails and went up to Trinity Cambridge where he arrived in his Bentley accompanied by his chauffeur. An impoverished young gentleman attended all the lectures on his behalf and provided him with a comprehensive set of notes three weeks before his Finals which he sailed through . Awarded an MBE for military service whilst serving in the Irish Guards during World War Two REG NO CHASSIS FGW 390 B72MR ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 93 MOTOR CARS 74 1938 BENTLEY 4.25 LITRE JAMES YOUNG SEDANCA COUPE ESTIMATE 180000 - 220000 Mr Brodrick sold the Bentley back to Jack Barclay during November 1940. Thereafter it is known to have belonged to P.B. Cow Ltd Harold Radford & Co Ltd Mrs Howard Sneyd and Messrs Basil Roy Ltd before being acquired by Major P.R.J. Everidge FRCS OBE in February 1961. The veteran of numerous Continental runs during Major Everidge s custodianship chassis B72MR had its original engine extensively overhauled at an indicated 84 584 miles by G. Ashley Carter of Dorchester Oxon in November 1984 ( 3 422.23). The subject of an article in Retroviseur magazine whilst owned by noted collector dealer C.A.R. Howard and subsequently featured in his autobiography the Bentley then passed to fellow dealer Gregor Fisken and on to Hugh Boucher Esq. of Sittingbourne Kent. Mr Boucher had Derby Bentley specialist Blackmore Engineering Company refurbish the suspension rejuvenate the heater fettle the wiring and restore the dynamo etc during January 1997. The following month saw chassis B72MR entrusted to James E. Pearce Specialist Coachbuilders who fitted flashing indicators rehung the doors and smartened its overall appearance. Further improved by Sargeants of Goudhurst at an indicated 92 733 miles during August 1997 the Bentley was serviced and sold via Frank Dale & Stepson to Dutch collector J.W. ten Ham some two years later. Reissued with its original registration number FGW 390 upon repatriation by Frank Dale & Stepson last Summer chassis B72MR entered the current ownership not long afterwards. A lifelong Bentley enthusiast the vendor was prompted to acquire the Sedanca Coupe by fond memories of another MR-series Overdrive machine. As well as having acknowledged expert Ken Lee give the four-seater a thorough inspection (paying particular attention to 94 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 74 the soundness of its wooden body support frame) the seller treated it to a new pipe for the ride control pump and a full service. Currently showing some 96 800 miles to its odometer FGW 390 presents as an older restoration. The Sedanca roof above the front occupants folds away neatly and the doors not only open and close easily but also sit well within their apertures. Understood to have covered circa 12 000 miles since its last major overhaul the 4.25 litre straight-six engine runs smoothly and pulls well. Sadly the vendor does not find driving a Derby Bentley as easy as he once did hence the reason that this notably elegant example is being offered for sale. Accompanying paperwork includes a V5C Registration Document copy RREC chassis records and numerous bills from the likes of Southgate Motors (London) Ltd J.M.F. (Somerton) Motors Ltd Ashley Carter Ltd Hofmann & Mountfort Ltd Hofmann s of Henley Wrighton Bros Coachworks Blackmore Engineering Company James E. Pearce Specialist Coachbuilders Sargeants of Goudhurst and Fiennes Restoration Ltd. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 95 MOTOR CARS 75 1950 BENTLEY MK VI SALOON ESTIMATE 12000 - 14000 76 1999 MASERATI QUATTROPORTE IV V8 ESTIMATE 9000 - 12000 REG NO CHASSIS MMB 387 B161GT REG NO CHASSIS T288HTR ZAM337B0000350111 This is a genuine three-owner Mark MKVI Bentley that was purchased new in 1950 by English Electric on behalf of its Chairman the Right Honourable Lord Nelson in whose family it remained for 59 years. The second keeper retained it for three years at which point it was acquired by the vendor an RREC member. Finished in Dark over Light Metallic Green and trimmed in Brown hide the car currently displays a totally credible 90 874 miles has at some time benefited from a restoration and more recently from a carburettor and brake overhaul and a replacement exhaust. It is now offered with a selection of original tools a collection of invoices old MOTs and tax discs RREC chassis card records and a scale version of the exact model manufactured by Oxford Diecast. A total of 5 202 MKVIs were produced 4 190 of which were clothed in the inhouse Standard Steel body as still proudly worn by MMB 387 . The original sales invoice shows this RHD example was sold new by the then UK Maserati importers Meridian Majestic in Bournemouth and first registered to someone in Southampton Hampshire as 2 FLM. Finished in the attractive colour combination of metallic Madera red with black leather interior the odometer records just 48 600 miles have been enjoyed since it was first registered in April 1999. Cherished by our vendor as a part of his multiple Maserati and Alfa Romeo collection he had a wellknown marque specialist replace the cambelts and head gaskets during 2015 just over 5 000 miles ago. The invoice for this work is on file and accompanies the original service book and a hand book. The vendor describes the car as having a very good engine bodywork and paintwork and a good interior and automatic transmission. He reports that the air bag light is currently illuminated and the ventilation system does not function. 96 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 1976 TRIUMPH STAG ESTIMATE 10000 - 12000 77 2000 TVR CERBERA SPEED SIX ESTIMATE 18000 - 22000 78 REG NO CHASSIS PLH977R LD423830 REG NO CHASSIS W689ALA SDLCB16A7YB001127 Like the Triumph 2000 it was developed from the Stag was styled by Giovanni Michelotti and featured the monocoque construction fully independent suspension disc drum brakes power-assisted rack and pinion steering and driveline of that Saloon. The powerplant however was an all-new OHC V8 of 2997cc capacity. Production of the Stag ran from 1970 to 1977 during which some 25 939 examples were made - around 9 000 of which are believed to remain in the UK. This example is finished in green with tan interior and is being sold to benefit a charity raising funds in aid of The Bridge Church of Woodford Green. Understood to have been restored around 2005 the engine has been overhauled and new brake callipers fitted. Powered by Triumph s tuneful 3-litre V8 driving through an overdrive manual gearbox the car is described as having very good bodywork paintwork engine transmission and interior. It is accompanied by an MoT to December. The Cerbera s name is derived from Cerberus the three-headed beast that was said to guard the entrance to Hades. Introduced in 1996 the model was the first Peter Wheeler-era TVR to feature the following fixed head coachwork 2 2-seating and in-house engines. Designed by race engineer Al Melling and inspired by contemporary Formula One practice the new AJP8 Speed Eight V8 initially displaced 4.2-litres but later grew to 4.5 and 4.7-litres (a 4-litre in-line Speed Six derivative was subsequently offered too). The 2000 example on offer is the latter Speed Six variant finished in the striking combination of Crystal Topaz paired with Portland Grey interior trim. Having had just 3 previous keepers and displaying a warranted 45 129 miles evidenced by the extensive service history the seller presently grades the bodywork paintwork interior trim engine and five-speed manual gearbox as all being in very good order and W689 ALA is offered with an MOT certificate to July 2nd 2018. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 97 MOTOR CARS 79 1972 PORSCHE 911 S 2.4 TARGA ESTIMATE 100000 - 130000 98 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity states this beautifully coloured 911 S 2.4 Targa left the factory in July 1972 finished in metallic gemini blue with black leatherette trim covering the optional sports seats. Other chosen options were a limited-slip differential 3-point safety belts and coloured glass. Originally registered in Napoli as NA795750 the 911 later moved further south and registered in the provinces of Catanzaro and Reggio Calabria. These areas of Italy are the closest part of the mainland to the beautiful island of Sicily and one can imagine popping across the water and enjoying a few hours of spirited driving in the Targa on the historic Targa Florio route. Copies of Italian registration documents detail the relatively small number of people in the south of Italy who were fortunate enough to own this rare car one of just 989 2.4 S Targa models believed to have been produced in 1972 (against 1 750 coupes). 1972 was significant for the 911 as it was the only year that the oil filler cap was located on the rear wing. In 2000 the 911 was registered in the Province of Avellino as AV111JG and in late 2011 the long-term owner sold it to a gentleman in Rome. The vendor acquired it from him in 2015 through a mutual friend and it is believed the odometer was replaced some time before the owner in Rome acquired the car. An invoice on file (extremely rare with an Italian car as everything is paid for with cash) shows the Targa was sent to Sicily in 2013 to have the gearbox overhauled by a Porsche specialist in Palermo. Since the 911 has been in England the vendor has spent over 5 000 improving the car with some of the best names in the historic Porsche world. Work 79 undertaken includes fitting RHD headlights heat exchangers a stainless-steel exhaust system a tune of the engine and a thorough service. Repainted in recent years it appears this 911 has always been a cherished machine and therefore has never had the need to be stripped and restored. It retains that wonderful solid feel that only an original car can something that is often lost during a full restoration. We are delighted to offer a highly desirable outside oil filler European supplied 911 S Targa that the vendor understandably describes as having very good engine and interior trim with excellent bodywork paintwork and transmission. REG NO CHASSIS YOD773K 9112310928 99 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 80 1982 ROLLS-ROYCE CORNICHE CONVERTIBLE ESTIMATE 35000 - 40000 moniker was finally first employed in 1971 on the Coupe and Convertible versions of the Silver Shadow. In common with the Shadow the newcomer was penned by in-house designer John Polwhele Blatchley and the underbody and floorpan crafted by Pressed Steel Fisher. Initial assembly (including alloy bonnet bootlid and doors) was then carried out by Mulliner Park Ward. At this stage the cars were transported to the main factory in Crewe for the installation of the running gear before returning to London for the trimming painting and finishing. Power was provided by the company s long-standing 6.75-litre V8 that was mated to a GM Turbo Hydramatic 400 threespeed automatic transmission. Suspension was independent by coil springs all round augmented by a Citroen-originated hydraulic self-levelling system. Braking was by discs with ventilated units phased in for 1972. The model received a mild update in 1977 when alloy and rubber bumpers replaced the earlier chromed items and new style wheel rims and reversing lights were fitted. Under the bonnet an aluminium radiator was adopted and an oil cooler added to the specification while changes to the passenger compartment concerned newly-designed seats and refashioned facia. This lefthand drive Corniche was purchased by the vendor in New York in November 2015. Since using the car in the US he has had the fuel injectors pipework two tyres the hood all replaced the dashboard repaired and URM 702X serviced. Further benefitting from a refurbished steering rack and brake pump the Rolls is offered with a collection of invoices and a no-advisory MOT into December 2017. Displaying a credible 74 700 miles the vendor currently grades the paintwork bodywork interior engine and gearbox as very good . REG NO CHASSIS URM702X SCAZD42AXCCX05391 Rolls-Royce registered the Corniche name in the 1930s and apparently assigned it to a prototype based on the Bentley MK V but the model was never progressed due to the onset of war. The 100 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 24000 - 28000 1966 AUSTIN MINI COOPER S 81 REG NO CHASSIS FFG927D C-A2S7-893013 The chance meeting between John Cooper and Aurelio Lampredi at the 1959 Italian GP is now an established part of Mini folklore. Having charmed a very early 850cc model out of BMC and driven it to Monza Cooper was accosted by Fiat engineer (and ex-Ferrari F1 designer) Lampredi. Infected by his old enemy s enthusiasm the Italian asked to borrow the new wonder car. Returning several hours later he heralded it as the future of automotive design before adding if it weren t so ugly I d shoot myself . Unperturbed Cooper continued to harass Issigonis and BMC until they agreed to build a hot version. Initially conceived as a homologation special the Mini Cooper was launched in July 1961. Powered by an enlarged 997cc engine and benefiting from front disc brakes it gave way to a succession of ever quicker variants culminating in the 1275 S of 1964. According to its accompanying British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate this particular example chassis C-A2S7 893013 - was built to right-hand drive home market specification complete with fresh air heater extra fuel tank and oil cooler on 16th September 1966. Originally painted in Almond Green with an Old English White roof and trimmed using Porcelain Green upholstery with Dove Grey inserts - the same livery it pleasingly sports today - the Austin was dispatched to supplying dealer Moir & Baxter Limited of Edinburgh some five days later. Fitted with a Goldseal (factory replacement) MKIII Cooper S engine at some stage the Mini is further understood to have been re-shelled prior to entering the current ownership during 2008. Reportedly treated to a full professional respray and mechanical reconditioning that same year the diminutive sports saloon shows an unwarranted 735 miles to its correct-type 120mph speedometer. Still retaining its original Fife FFG 927D registration number this appealing MKI Cooper S has journeyed down from the Scottish capital especially for the sale. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 101 MOTOR CARS 82 1988 PORSCHE 911 TURBO ESTIMATE 70000 - 90000 102 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION In the early 70s Porsche had designs on racing a turbocharged version of the 911. A subsequent change in the rules negated the need for a precise number of street legal vehicles but the company continued with the project anyway - the Porsche 911 Turbo (930) was born. The 930 was introduced at the Paris Motor Show of 1974 and produced from 1975 to 1989 during which time it was the fastest production car available on the German market. It was based around the Carrera 3.0RS. Initially power output was 260bhp but from 1978 it was increased to 300bhp by raising the engine capacity to 3.3-litres. To accommodate the extra performance over the 3.0RS the 930 sported revised suspension larger brakes and a more robust gearbox. Delivery of power to the road was aided by a whale tail rear spoiler while a wider rear wheel tyre package was squeezed under specially flared arches. The very tidy-looking sale car was supplied new in May 1988 by Porsche dealer Gordon Ramsay Lt of Newcastle. The vendor is its seventh keeper and the total mileage now stands at 94 500. Recent maintenance has included a top end engine overhaul by Unit Eleven Porsche of Warrington in 2012 at a cost of 10 151 and a minor service and brake fluid change as recently as June of this year. DCZ 1762 is finished in the classic combination of Guards Red bodywork and Black hide upholstery. The vendor currently classifies the Turbo s bodywork paintwork interior trim flat-six engine and four-speed manual gearbox as all being in very good order. The Porsche comes complete with comprehensive service book containing 22 entries the original handbooks a large collection of invoices and old tax discs and no less than 22 old MOT certificates plus an advisory-free one valid to May 23 of next year. 82 REG NO CHASSIS DCZ 1762 WP0ZZZ93ZJS000456 103 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 83 1970 MORRIS MINI COOPER S MKII WOOD & PICKETT Reputedly unique and formerly the property of Leonard of Mayfair ESTIMATE 40000 - 50000 104 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION Reputedly the only Morris Mini Cooper S to be converted to Margrave specification by coachbuilder Wood & Pickett chassis K-A2S6 1321285 was despatched to dealer Stewart & Arden Ltd of Acton London on 9th December 1969 but not road registered as YYU 292H until 11th September 1970. The ten-month gap was understandable given the craftsmanship that went into its subtly reworked exterior and thoroughly remodelled interior. Both front wings were given modest peaks (something of a W&P trademark) the headlamps gained hooded chrome surrounds (Riley 1.5 litre items) and the doors were modified to accept James Young-fabricated opening quarterlights Piper electric windows and repositioned Princess 1100 handles. The Benelite front grille played host to Lucas LR9 spotlights while a full-length Webasto sunroof and sleeker MKIII Mini boot lid were both added. A more aggressive stance came courtesy of wheelarch extensions housing wider wheels tyres. Inside the diminutive sports saloon was treated to Aston Martin DB6-style Black leather seats to complement its Aston Martin electric window switches Rolls-Royce cigarette lighter Rolls-Royce door handles and Jaguar MG instrumentation. A drop bracket allowed the steering column to be repositioned and a padded central armrest with cubby nestled between the front seats. Left in standard Cooper S tune YYU 292H thus boasted a twin-carburettor fed 1275cc engine fourspeed manual transmission hydrolastic independent suspension and disc drum brakes. An accompanying copy of its original logbook reveals that the Margrave was initially finished in Beige White and first registered to David Weir of 154 Pavilion Rd London SW1 (which runs behind Sloane Street). It is pure supposition but we believe the Mr Weir in question to have been the American playboy millionaire David Manson Weir II who was living in London at the time and racing cars with Alain de Cadenet under the Ecurie Evergreen and Team Snake Speed banners. Heir to the National Steel Corporation fortune David M. Weir II took his motorsport seriously (achieving a career best 4th overall at the 1971 Le Mans 24-hours) but was no stranger to the London party scene and would certainly have had the means to buy a coachbuilt Mini. If there is some doubt as to which Mr Weir first owned the car the identity of its second keeper Leonard Albert Lewis - is a certainty. Better known as Leonard of Mayfair he converted 6 Upper Grosvenor Street London W1 into a five-storey hairdressing salon and counted the following as clients President John F. Kennedy Jacqueline Kennedy The Beatles The Rolling Stones Tony Curtis Elizabeth Taylor Bob Marley Marie Helvin Jerry Hall David Bowie Warren Beatty Audrey Hepburn Liza Minelli Meryl Streep Faye Dunaway Barbara Streisand Christine Keeler Reggie Kray Grace Kelly Jack Nicholson and Stanley Kubrick. Responsible for the haircuts in the latter s Clockwork Orange film Lewis also helped transform Lesley Hornby into Twiggy via a bold Eton Crop. Jack Nicholson and Stanley Kubrick became lifelong friends as did the society writer Richard Compton Miller who described Lewis thus He was the first hairdressing superstar who taught John Frieda Daniel Galvin Nicky Clarke and many more household names. Leonard could barely read or write and yet created some of the unique styles of the Sixties Seventies and Eighties. He was so renowned he was known only by his Christian name . A bona fide trend setter and confidant of 83 REG NO CHASSIS YYU292H KA2S6-1321285 105 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 83 1970 MORRIS MINI COOPER S MKII WOOD & PICKETT Reputedly unique and formerly the property of Leonard of Mayfair ESTIMATE 40000 - 50000 106 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION the rich and famous it was Lewis who had the Margrave painted Pacific Dark Blue in 1971 (its copy logbook indicating the colour change took place in October that year). Given his status it is not difficult to imagine YYU 292H roaring around London s hippest streets with some of the twentieth century s most famous people aboard The sports saloon s third keeper is listed as Clive Arrowsmith of Abingdon Rd London W8 who we presume to be the internationally renowned fashion and music industry photographer. Thereafter it was registered to Music Lore Ltd of 36 King s Road London SW3 before being acquired by the musician John Frederick Hammel in 1974. Reportedly swapped for a BMW and 300 in cash and showing some 21 000 miles to its odometer at the time the Cooper S was repainted Claret shortly thereafter. Hammel sold the Margrave to Denny Laine (formerly of The Moody Blues and then a member of Wings) in 1978 for the latter s wife JoJo to use but soon found himself asking to buy it back. His second tenure lasted until 1998 when Andy Stewart purchased YYU 292H . Passing to Hammel for a third time in the early 2000s he subsequently had the Margrave restored to its former glory such that it won the MiniWorld Car of the Show Trophy at the 2009 London to Brighton Mini Run. Perhaps best known as Sir Paul McCartney s long-time guitar technician Mr Hammel has owned numerous classics over the years but had a particular affinity for this one which his friend Steve Marriott of Humble Pie apparently referred to as a 100-miles per hour pair of shades . Purchased by its penultimate custodian during late 2012 the Cooper S had its original engine and gearbox thoroughly overhauled by Mini Speed of Byfleet the following year at a cost of some 3 698.95. Further improved since entering the current ownership YYU 292H has had its fuel lines renewed hydrolastic suspension recharged wiring fettled and electronic ignition installed. The work which also included some general servicing and MOT preparation etc was carried out by R.E. Mills Motor Engineers of Rothley at a cost of 3 689.70. Believed but not warranted to have covered just 72 000 miles from new the Margrave pleasingly retains its original Wood & Pickett crafted Black leather upholstery. Said to retain its original bodyshell and factory powerplant this unique Mini makes one wish cars could talk Offered for sale with history file Heritage Certificate V5C Registration Document copy Mini World feature article and MOT certificate valid until November 2017. 83 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 107 MOTOR CARS 84 1969 JAGUAR E-TYPE 4.2 2 2 One registered keeper from new and 1 733 recorded miles ESTIMATE 100000 - 150000 108 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION From its launch at the March 1963 Geneva Salon right through to the end of production in June 1974 Jaguar s E-Type remained among the world s most desirable cars. Able to inspire passion and devotion like few other machines it is highly unusual - but not unprecedented - to come across examples which have had a sole registered keeper from new. However what makes this one truly exceptional is its odometer reading of just 1 733 miles A figure which George Adamek who disposed of the car on behalf of the late Peter Ashcroft s family has repeatedly stated is correct. Mr Adamek went as far as adding his details to the new keeper supplement of its V5C Registration Document but was persuaded not to send it off at the eleventh hour According to its accompanying Jaguar Heritage Trust Production Record Trace Certificate chassis 1R35256 was manufactured as a right-hand drive Series 2 4.2 litre 2 2 Coupe on 15th April 1969 and dispatched from the factory fifteen days later. Finished in Regency Red with Beige leather upholstery the E-Type was supplied new via G. Blizzard Motors of Chorley Wood to the late Mr Ashcroft s company Wellfair Contractors. Road registered as KAR 66G by Hertfordshire County Council on 9th May 1969 the Jaguar accompanied its owner as he moved to first Rainham and then Clacton-on-Sea in Essex. Despite last taxing the E-Type for road use in 1977 Mr Ashcroft commissioned marque specialist Alan Collins of Maldon to recommission refurbish it some twenty-four years later. Understood to have been a deeply eccentric individual Mr Ashcroft made such erratic stage payments that work on KAR 66G was not completed until 2009. Passing its last MOT test on April 30th that year the Jaguar 84 has covered a mere five miles since then. Apparently Mr Collins recalls his former customer switching from a full-blown rant to a request to service his everyday car almost within the same sentence and thus being as likely to threaten mischief as offer praise. A handwritten summary on file suggests Mr Ashcroft spent 26 345.61 with Mr Collins (which included brand new wire wheels and tyres) before laying the car up once more. Jaguar made a scant 1 041 Series 2 4.2 litre 2 2 Coupes to right-hand drive specification out of which KAR 66G must surely be the lowest mileage example We have not encountered another E-Type of any Series that can lay claim to such a low odometer reading. Sadly Mr Ashcroft s motives for buying KAR 66G remain a mystery. Nor do we know why he specified manual transmission or never seemingly installed a stereo (the associated blanking plate and aerial rubber bung are still in situ). This is almost certainly the only single registered keeper 1 733 recorded mile E-Type that we will ever have the opportunity of offering for sale. An unrepeatable opportunity. REG NO CHASSIS KAR 66G 1R35256 109 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 85 1945 FORD GPW JEEP ESTIMATE 14000 - 16000 86 1975 VOLKSWAGEN TREKKER 182 ESTIMATE 13000 - 15000 REG NO CHASSIS SSV 892 GPW277253 REG NO CHASSIS OLW511P 1852086479 Think of WWII and the Jeep will be there somewhere - the two are synonymous even though production didn t begin in earnest until 1942 - half way through the hostilities. Weighing in at little more than a ton and equipped with a torquey L-headed 2.2-litre engine driving all four wheels via a three-speed manual box and two-speed transfer case the tough go anywhere Jeep did its job well sparking a number of imitations - not least the original Land Rover. By the end of the war close to three-quarters of a milliion Jeeps had been produced - 280 000 of which were manufactured by Ford. Many examples survive around the world and are regularly employed in film work war games or for simply having fun. The Jeep on offer was imported into UK in 1985 and attributed to the current registered keeper in 1988 to use alongside his business as a promotional advertising vehicle. Offered complete with what is believed to be a deactivated Browning 50 calibre machine gun canvases spade old radio jerry can etc plus a collection of old MOT certificates and invoices. The vendor currently grades the bodywork paintwork engine interior and gearbox as Very Good . A great talking point for the pub. A rare survivor this Volkswagen 182 Trekker was treated to a ground-up restoration over a period of eighteen months. As repair panels were not available the originals were repaired or new ones made from scratch. The car was then sprayed with Galvafroid zinc-rich anti-corrosion coating and a layer of underseal applied to the underside. During the restoration a custom-made roll-cage was installed the ride-height raised by 2 and five spoke chrome wheels shod with General Grabber all-terrain tyres fitted. Finished in sand with camouflage cloth interior other military items were incorporated into the restoration including a water bottle on the bulkhead and shovel under the bonnet. Mechanically the 182 has been fully overhauled and according to a magazine article the engine capacity increased from 1600cc to 1641cc. The exhaust system gives a note resonant of a V8 Offered with full weather hood and side windows V5C registration document MoT certificate valid until May 2018 and history file including old MoT test certificates invoices a copy article about the car and restorer and CD s of photographs taken during the restoration. Off-road fun is guaranteed. 110 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 1988 PORSCHE 928 S4 ESTIMATE 14000 - 16000 87 1967 CHEVROLET EL CAMINO ESTIMATE 18000 - 22000 88 REG NO CHASSIS 928 KUP WP0ZZZ92ZJS840928 REG NO CHASSIS FMA435F 136807Z149526 Styled by American Tony Lapine Porsche s front-engined water-cooled V8powered 2 2 928 was launched at the 1977 Geneva Motorshow. Its galvanised steel monocoque was suspended on double wishbones and coil springs at the front and lower wishbones with upper transverse link and coil springs at the rear. The car featured ventilated disc brakes all round while the gearbox was rear mounted and integral with the axle. At launch the all-alloy engine was 4.5-litres in size and produced some 240bhp but by the time of the S4 introduced in 1987 the capacity had grown to 5.0-litres and the output to 320bhp. The newcomer could be visually distinguished from the outgoing S3 by its revised bumpers and rear spoiler. This right-hand drive S4 is finished in Metallic Diamond Blue matched to a grey leather interior and received a new water pump plus cambelt change recently refurbished wheels shod with new tyres in 2014 and last year new brake discs pads and an oil and filter change. Offered with extensive service history and 928 registration plate the vendor currently grades the bodywork paintwork engine and gearbox as excellent and the interior trim as very good . Offered with an MOT certificate into July 2018. And now for something completely different This most eye-catching of Pickups is a 1967 model Chevrolet El Camino - one of only 2 565 examples built with the optional 325bhp L35 Turbojet engine and TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. Other stand out features of this highly potent second generation Pickup include 3883948 Q Jet inlet manifold and Q Jet 4-barrel oval port L35 L36 carburettor 12-bolt Positraction limited-slip differential SS Supersort louvered bonnet Cragar five-spoke wheels shod with BF Goodrich tyres twin exhaust pipes ice cold air conditioning system. FMA 435F is a lefthand drive matching numbers California car that was recently imported to the UK and is reputed (but not warranted) to have covered just 49 000 miles from new. Finished in gleaming Bright Red and trimmed in Black it is described by the vendor as rare and desirable and very good in all major respects . It comes complete with an MOT valid into June next year. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 111 MOTOR CARS 89 1929 BUGATTI TYPE 44 VANVOOREN SALOON ESTIMATE 200000 - 240000 112 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION This Bugatti is decidedly sporting yet it is just as emphatically smooth and sweet and the flexibility on fourth speed is remarkable. When I ran Bugattis for two and a half years I thought myself quite lucky if I got more than 400 or 500 yards of fourth speed in London . . . This 3 litre straight eight could be driven from The Bear at Esher to Aldgate Pump on fourth speed using third only for restarting after traffic lights. It is just as refined as it is fast just as amusing a car in the hands as ever the little beggars were . . . For what my judgement is worth the 23.6hp Bugatti is one of the five best most interesting most friendly companionable and altogether delightful motorcars that can be bought in London today Edgar Duffield in the Automotor Journal 1928 Introduced at the October 1927 Paris Salon the Type 44 was heralded by Motorsport magazine as Bugatti s first serious attempt at a Touring car . In the best Molsheim traditions much of its exquisitely crafted running gear was common to other models. Thus the new arrival s chassis was essentially carried over from the preceding Type 38 while its circular front axle spiral-bevel back axle four-speed manual gearbox and multi-plate clutch were derived from the Type 40 Type 43 models. An acknowledged masterpiece the Type 89 44 s 2991cc straight-eight engine was based around two cast-iron cylinder blocks (complete with nondetachable heads) and boasted a centrally-driven single overhead camshaft that operated twentyfour valves (sixteen inlet eight exhaust). Running in nine plain bearings (as opposed to the five roller ones used on the Type 35B etc) its finely balanced two-piece crankshaft endowed the unit with enviable smoothness and flexibility. Quoted as developing 80bhp it was reputedly capable of running at anything from 125rpm to 4 500rpm. Praised for its pliant ride taut handling and excellent refinement the Type 44 rode on leaf-sprung suspension (semi-elliptic front reversed quarter-elliptic rear) and benefited from selfcompensating cable-operated 330mm drum brakes. Bodied by the likes of Kellner Weymann James Young Vanvooren and Molsheim itself the Type 44 s 3122mm wheelbase and 1250mm track played host to some wonderfully stylish coachwork. A typically strong performer - Motorsport magazine coaxed an indicated 95mph out of Colonel Sorel s fabric saloon - the model also proved to be Bugatti s most commercially successful car with some 1 095 rolling out of the factory gates between 1927 and 1930. Prized by enthusiasts worldwide some led more adventurous lives than others (Norbert Jean Mahe REG NO CHASSIS MT 1338 44667 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 113 MOTOR CARS 89 1929 BUGATTI TYPE 44 VANVOOREN SALOON ESTIMATE 200000 - 240000 drove his modified Type 44 to ninth overall but second in class at the 1934 Le Mans 24-hour race). Little more than ten percent of Type 44 production is thought to have survived to the present day. Indeed this particular example owes its continued existence to two siblings which donated their original engine and coachwork respectively. According to renowned Bugatti historian David Sewell chassis 44667 was delivered new to London and first registered as MT 1338 by Middlesex County Council. Although the identity of its first owner is a mystery the Type 44 is known to have belonged to Eric Tutton Esq. of Hayfield near Stockport by the late 1930s. Confronted with cracked cylinder blocks Mr Tutton jettisoned the original 3-litre straight-eight engine in favour of a much smaller four-cylinder Bugatti Brescia one. The replacement powerplant served for some 50 000 miles thanks in part to some frame rail shortening and the fitment of a lightweight tourer body (taken from a Riley Lynx). Acquired by dealer David Baldock Esq. some years later chassis 44667 then passed to James Taylor Esq. (minus its second engine but complete with front rear axles and gearbox). A Dover-based scrapyard owner Mr Taylor retained the car until his death in 1980. Entering the current ownership a decade later the original chassis frame was returned to its correct dimensions with the assistance of Mr Sewell who also helped source another Type 44 3-litre engine (ex-chassis 441192). As the then proprietor of the well-regarded coachbuilding restoration firm Wilkinsons of Derby (established 1904) the vendor could have had any body design he fancied crafted for the Bugatti. Instead he chose to rejuvenate the wonderfully elegant Vanvooren saloon coachwork that had initially adorned Jean-Jacques Peugeot s Type 114 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 44 (chassis 44694). A member of the car making dynasty Monsieur Peugeot took the enclosed fourseater off the road when World War Two broke out during September 1939. Unfortunately his chateau at Montbeliard was subsequently occupied by German forces who one day used the Bugatti for target practice leaving telltale bullet holes in its doors. Returned to Monsieur Peugeot after the cessation of hostilities the Type 44 remained with him until 1962 when it was given to Jabbo Klopper of the Netherlands. Mr Klopper chose to re-body chassis 44694 and thus its Vanvooren coachwork was acquired by Wolf Zeuner. A friend of Mr Sewell the latter had been drawn to the saloon body not only because of its unusual patina but because of its elegant lines and high quality construction. Unlike several of its peers Vanvooren body number 2154 featured triple rather than double door hinges. Whether or not the Courbevoie-based coachbuilder was trying to curry favour with the Peugeot family by taking extra care over its fabrication is an intriguing but unproven hypothesis. Photographically documented the refurbishment of MT 1338 took some four years to complete (1990-1994) and included a thorough overhaul of its correct type but replacement engine. Covering some 8 500 miles since then the Bugatti has been on several tours and remains a credit to its restorers. Starting readily upon inspection it is quite simply among the nicest detailed and most appealing Vintage Saloons that we have encountered. 89 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 115 MOTOR CARS 90 1970 JAGUAR E-TYPE 4.2 COUPE One owner & 68 500 miles from new ESTIMATE 60000 - 70000 Famously launched at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show the Jaguar E-Type has become a motoring icon. Built as a monocoque with a front sub-frame to cradle the engine its combination of all round independent suspension and disc brakes allied to rack and pinion steering gave it excellent roadholding and handling capabilities. Introduced in 1968 the Series II cars were distinguishable by their revised bumper and light arrangements. Less noticeable was the increased size of the front air intake that in conjunction with dual cooling fans made the Series II better behaved in hot weather and heavy traffic. With its 4235cc engine developing a quoted 265bhp and 283lbft of torque it was reputedly capable of nearly 150mph and 0-60mph in 7.5 seconds. Finished in Regency Red this home market matching numbers example was despatched on the 20th July 1970 to Henlys of London and then to dealer Grose Westonia Ltd and bought by its one and only private keeper who took delivery of the Jaguar on the 29th July 1970 (the original sales invoice included in the sale). Having covered just 68 500 miles from new the extensive history file includes the original wallet and handbooks original sale brochure large collection of old MOT certificates going back to 1976 large collection of invoices and old tax discs service manual and Jaguar parts books and original tool roll. Subject to mechanical fettling and a minor service at Jaguar Heritage workshop in 2015 the vendor presently grades the interior trim bodywork paintwork engine and transmission as very good and we understand a fresh MOT will be present by the time of sale. REG NO CHASSIS WRP353J 1R20957 116 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 62000 - 68000 Built to special order and less than 17 000 recorded miles 2004 FERRARI 360 SPIDER F1 91 REG NO CHASSIS HL04ZBD ZFFYT53C000137577 Introduced in 1999 the 360 featured an entirely new space frame chassis which was 40% stiffer and 28% lighter than that of its F355 predecessor. Powered by a 3.6-litre V8 coupled to either manual or F1 electrohydraulic manual transmission the 360 s lighter weight improved the 0-60 mph dash to just 4.2 seconds with a nominal top speed of 189mph. According to its accompanying FIRES printout (Ferrari Intellectual Reading Exchange System) this particular RHD example was built to special order with a Ferrari wing shield Dark Blue hood colour-coded steering wheel dashboard windscreen pillars rollover bars Red highlight stitching (which even extends to the sun visors) Red piped electrically operated seats front rear Challenge grilles and Red callipers. Finished in Grigio Alloy with Carta da Zucchero upholstery and Nuovo Rosso carpets it was supplied new by Cornes & Co Ltd of Tokyo to Alan Smith on 30th June 2004. A Jersey resident with Japanese business interests Mr Smith had the Spider shipped home a few months later and converted to full UK specification at 660 miles by main dealer Meridien Modena of Lyndhurst Hampshire. Costing 6 652.26 and carried out between November 2004 and March 2005 work included the installation of a GB dash unit and new front bumper assembly with integral headlamp wash system. Becoming the two-seater s first registered UK keeper on October 17th 2013 Meriden Modena sold it to the vendor the following July having carried out a full belt service at 14 306 miles. Prompted to send HL04 ZBD to Lancaster Ferrari of Colchester by a faulty fuel filler valve the seller has since entrusted its maintenance to marque specialist Grimaldi Engineering. Last treated to a major service at 16 642 miles in November 2016 this notably handsome 360 F1 Spider is rated by the vendor as very good (bodywork paintwork interior trim) or excellent (engine F1 transmission electrical equipment) and comes complete with a no advisories MOT certificate valid until June 2018. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 117 MOTOR CARS 92 1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD ESTIMATE 17500 - 22000 93 1967 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA FASTBACK ESTIMATE 16000 - 20000 REG NO CHASSIS FMA284F 223378U609106 REG NO CHASSIS T.B.A. BH29B72245534 Launched in 1967 the first generation Firebirds featured distinctive coke bottle styling. Unlike their cousin the Chevrolet Camaro that was unveiled the same year and shared the same platform the Pontiac s front bumper was neatly integrated into the overall design. This mean-looking 68 model example was manufactured in late 67 and first UK registered in February 2016. Its mouth-watering specification includes brand new old stock 7550cc (455ci) engine Turbo 400 transmission with B&M shifter limited slip differential and line-lock system for which there are over 25 000 worth of invoices from the renowned Pontiac specialists Butler Performance of Lawrenceburg Tennessee. FMA 284F is finished in Dark Metallic Blue teamed with a Black interior rides on Crager SS wheels (15x10 rear 14x7 front) and is classed by the vendor as having excellent bodywork paintwork V8 engine and transmission and very good interior trim. This rare and exciting pony car is now offered complete with massive history file and no advisory MOT until July 2018. The instant success of Ford s Mustang led to it being credited with the foundation of the so-called pony car niche obscuring the fact that the rival Plymouth Barracuda had reached the market two weeks earlier. It s true to say that the first generation Barracuda lacked the originality of its Ford rival but happily the second one was a very different kettle of fish and featured stylishly-redesigned bodywork unique to the model. Built in relatively small numbers this version is now eminently collectable. Imported from Canada the handsome example now offered was the subject of a relatively-recent four-year restoration costing 40 000 which included engine overhaul the installation of an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburettor and new headlining seats and carpets. The vendor now grades the Fastback bodywork Red paintwork and 4.5-litre V8 engine as excellent and the Ivory-coloured interior and automatic transmission as very good . The Barracuda comes with photographs and an MOT valid into June 2018. 118 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 1926 FORD MODEL T TOURER ESTIMATE 10000 - 12000 94 1971 TRIUMPH TR6 ESTIMATE 13000 - 16000 95 REG NO CHASSIS SV 7241 13328317 REG NO CHASSIS BVK948J CP522930 The world long since ran out of new things to say about the Model T. Launched in the autumn of 1908 it was the car that set both Ford and the world on the move. The statistics are staggering it was the first to be mass produced and the first to be manufactured in several countries simultaneously. Production ran for 19 years during which time c.16.5 million examples were built. The chassis of the sale car is believed to have been British built and then shipped to France for its coachwork the style of which is known as Cammionette Tour and can be transformed from Tourer to Pick-up. Finished in Maroon over Black with Black upholstery the T is thought to have been reimported in 2009 comes equipped with such modern ancillaries as an alternator and distributor and is offered complete with both a hood and tonneau cover. A lot of fun for the money. Triumph s TR6 can be considered the last in a long line of hairy-chested British sports cars and in 150bhp tune it had the grunt to match. A big Healey for the dawn of the 1970s it would become Triumph s best-selling model to date. With most going for export out of a production run of 94 619 only 8 370 were supplied to the UK market. Acquired by the vendor in August 2003 this genuine 150 bhp model was subject to a restoration completed in 2005 which included a repaint in Damson Red by BM Kempton of Cambridge. More recently the car has been treated to an engine refurbishment renewed suspension and steering bushes and the brakes overhauled. Described by the vendor as having very good engine with good paintwork black interior and overdrive gearbox the odometer now registers some 78 790 miles. BVK 948J is offered with Swansea V5 current MoT to 27th July 2018 original workshop manual new hood bag and tonneau. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 119 MOTOR CARS 96 2000 TVR TUSCAN ESTIMATE 24000 - 28000 TVR owes its beginnings to one Trevor Wilkinson who in 1947 in his home town of Blackpool set up a small motor business Trevcar Motors and built and sold on a succession of his specials on a word of mouth basis. By 1954 his TVR (so named after initials taken from his Christian name Trevor) Engineering started marketing kit cars employing GRP bodies. Financial stability did not occur for the North West s car firm until the Lilley family acquired the business in 1965. TVR manufactured the Tuscan between 1999 and 2006 It is widely considered to be one of the company s best driving models. Five different engine options were offered to customers. Four of these were variants of the 4.0 Speed Six making different amounts of power and torque depending on the trim level selected. A Borg Warner T5 manual gearbox was employed. The sale car is an early example with the 4.0 Speed Six engine with a quoted 360 BHP mated to a fivespeed manual gearbox. Finished in Starmist Crimson with grey leather interior. It s understood W442 YRV was stored from 2009 to 2017 and has recently been recommissioned by Torque flight TVR in March this year and a full service and engine set up by David Connolly TVR. Offered with extensive service history and having covered 30 500 miles from new the vendor described the TVR as having excellent bodywork paintwork original leather upholstery engine and manual gearbox with rock solid chassis. This desirable TVR is MOT d until March 2018. REG NO CHASSIS W442YRV SDLEA16A6YB002233 120 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 24000 - 32000 1971 DATSUN 240Z 97 REG NO CHASSIS DRS255J HLS30-21344 Dick Friese was in the US Air Force and after returning to Warner Robins Georgia from Vietnam he desired to purchase one of the beautiful new Datsun 240Z s that were all over the motoring press and he eventually found a Monte Carlo red example half an hour south of his Air Force Base. He bought it in May 1971 (it had been manufactured in February 1971) and ended up owning and enjoying it for the next 43 years. After Dick retired from the Air Force in July 1974 he moved to Atlanta GA and worked there until retiring in 1999. The Z was always a second car until 1986 when his daily-driver Ford F150 pick-up truck was used by his niece and the Z became a daily driver. Retired back to the garage in 1991 when he got his truck back it was used sparingly thereafter covering only a few journeys outside of Georgia as the F150 was used to travel to their other home in Florida. Maintenance bills on file from September 2013 show fuel was drained from the carburettors and gas tank suggesting a lengthy period of inactivity. In May 2014 the odometer recorded just 55 950 miles and at the age of 80 years old Dick made the painful decision to part with his much-loved Z and sold it to a classic car dealer in Devon England who imported and registered it with the DVLA in July 2014. Since then it has appeared in articles in both Classic Cars and Classic & Sportscar magazines. The originality of this rare first series car s body is extraordinary with just a few small areas being reported as ever having received paintwork since the factory applied their coat. The underside is seemingly untouched and car bodies possessing this level of originality as well as having had one owner in the same area for the first 43 years of their life are exceptionally rare finds. With just one registered UK owner (the importer) the vendor describes the car as having excellent bodywork paintwork interior trim and engine and transmission. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 121 MOTOR CARS 98 1955 ASTON MARTIN DB2 4 2.9 LITRE SALOON Matching numbers ESTIMATE 120000 - 140000 122 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 1947 was the year that the floundering British marques of Aston Martin and Lagonda were both saved from oblivion by wealthy Yorkshire industrialist David Brown who bought and combined them to create Aston Martin Lagonda. The first product of the marriage was the 2-litre Sports retrospectively dubbed the DB1. However it was the DB2 that really paved the way forward - first seen in prototype form at Le Mans in 1949 the newcomer was officially launched at the New York Motor Show of April 1950. It then shot to prominence a mere two months later when with three cars hastily snatched from the production line the Works team finished first and second in class at Le Mans and won the Index of Performance. Next came the DB2 4 that was introduced to the public at the 1953 London Motor Show. Its significant developments were the addition of a small rear seat that turned the car into a 2 2 the raised roofline to provide extra headroom for rear seat passengers and the curved single-piece windscreen. Far more momentous though was the Aston s opening tailgate which we now appreciate made the DB2 4 the world s first hatchback . The home market DB2 4 on offer is a matching numbers Mulliner-bodied car with cast aluminium sills that is described by the vendor as ideal for a sympathetic or full restoration . It has apparently remained within the same ownership for the last 22 years and is said to have a very solid chassis and body which have been shot blasted for inspection. It is resplendent in its original livery of Mid Blue bodywork and Grey interior trim is powered by the relatively rare 2922cc engine and is now offered complete with a modest-sized history file and V5C. The recorded mileage currently stands at a credible but unverified 65 334. A rare and exciting opportunity. 98 REG NO CHASSIS EJE 124 LML 881 123 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 99 1965 JAGUAR E-TYPE 4.2 COUPE ESTIMATE 60000 - 80000 124 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION Updated in August 1964 Jaguar s iconic E-Type gained a larger 4235cc XK DOHC straight-six engine and more user-friendly manual gearbox with synchromesh on each of its four forward speeds. Thankfully the model s beautiful styling remained unaltered until the introduction of the so-called Series 1.5 cars during September 1967 by which time just 1 583 RHD Series 1 4.2 Fixed Head Coupes had been made. According to its original green logbook this particular example was initially road registered as GWA 505C by Sheffield County Council on May 1st 1965. Supplied new to George Jones of Totley it passed thereafter to John Wright John Boyle Ernest Moore Goforths of Doncaster Norman Bond Griffiths & Norman and Robert Waugh of Hull. Laid-up following its acquisition by the latter in 1976 the Jaguar was re-registered with the DVLA some seven years later whilst in the care of Beverley resident I.C. Whiting. Subsequently belonging to David Baxter and Michael Wilson the Fixed Head Coupe entered the current ownership during late November 2012. Formerly employed by renowned marque specialist CMC of Bridgnorth Baz Cope provided mechanical assistance for several of Philip Porter s E-Type Club tours and it was on one such event that the vendor met and befriended him. Thus Mr Cope agreed to undertake an extensive restoration of GWA 505C at a heavily discounted labour rate. Photos on file show that chassis 1E20541 had been the subject of much corner cutting work in the past. Hundreds of hours went into repairing its bodyshell and opening panels. The replacement sills were strengthened in accordance with current Martin Robey practice and a new engine frame installed. Attention was paid to the wiring steering clutch heater Webasto sunroof cooling system brakes suspension and triple SU carburettors. Repainted and re-trimmed in Black the Jaguar had much of its brightwork re-plated or renewed and was treated to a set of Lightweight style alloy wheels shod with Bridgestone tyres. Submitted for MOT testing by Baz Cope on 21st May 2015 at an indicated 16 466 miles that same year saw the E-Type benefit from a new starter motor brake servo replacement core plugs and electronic ignition courtesy of Newcastle-under-Lyme based marque specialist XJK ( 2 458.44). XJK were also responsible for changing the fuel pump s points in August 2016 since when the two-seater has completed trouble free trips to Scotland and the Goodwood Revival. Having covered some 2 700 post refurbishment miles to date the seller has concluded that stabling two Series I Fixed Head Coupes is an indulgence. Preferring the original interior of his other two-seater he has thus decided to place GWA 505C on the market. Pleasingly the engine number listed on the car s original logbook and chassis plate (7E3374-9) matches the one stamped into its cylinder block and head. Starting readily upon inspection this striking looking E-Type comes with several thousand pounds worth of SNG Barratt parts bills numerous Baz Cope Engineering invoices (amounting to circa 36 000) assorted photos chronicling the bodyshell s rejuvenation and a no advisories MOT certificate valid until May 2018. 99 REG NO CHASSIS GWA505C 1E20541 125 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 100 1923 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER GHOST 40 50 TOURER ESTIMATE 120000 - 150000 126 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION The fascinating Silver Ghost now offered was built to the order of the Hull-based shipping magnate Sir Henry Samman who had it clothed from new in a Limousine body by Barkers from whom it came off test on November 14 1923. The accompanying chassis records suggest that Samman retained the Ghost until his death in March 1928 six months after which title for the car passed to a Frank Finn of Bridlington Yorkshire. Little is then known of its history until the Rolls-Royce appeared at auction in July 1988 where it was purchased from the deceased estate of Rolls-Royce and Sunbeam collector J Ball by specialist marque dealer Brian Ball. It was from Brian Ball that the vendor acquired the car in October the same year. By that stage though complete it had been reduced to the state of rolling chassis and scuttle and bonnet and a seized engine. However the ensuing transformation was swift and effective resulting in the splendid motorcar now offered. The powerplant was stripped and re-assembled during 1988 and 1989 (no new parts were required and it was evident the block had never been repaired) and the vendor provides the following report when the engine was stripped and examined it was found to be locked on its seven main bearings from standing unused for many years all that it needed was to scrape off the layer of carbon on the face of the bearings the crankshaft itself was found to be perfect with zero wear the rest of the engine was found to be in the same condition with minimal or no wear so after a careful clean all was reassembled and the engine ran perfectly . The gearbox and axle were treated to fresh oil. A coachbuilder of note the vendor initially treated the Ghost to a four-seater open Tourer body but shortly afterwards replaced that with the current London to Edinburgh-style 100 coachwork. With the assistance of historian Michael Worthington-Williams the original registration BT 6611 was reclaimed in 1993 since when the venerable Ghost has enjoyed continual use and starred in several weddings and a Welsh television drama. Prior to the sale it will be treated to a thorough clean and the wheels repainted and shod with new tyres while the non-original Spirit of Ecstasy mascot will be replaced by one of a slightly smaller size. Finished in Grey and trimmed in Navy Blue hide this matching numbers Rolls-Royce is currently considered by the vendor to have very good bodywork interior trim engine and transmission and good upholstery. A relatively rare opportunity to acquire one of only 7 874 Silver Ghosts made. The 40 50hp was the model upon which Rolls-Royce s reputation as manufacturers of The Best Car in the World was founded and it made its debut at the REG NO CHASSIS BT 6611 55PK 127 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 100 1923 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER GHOST 40 50 TOURER ESTIMATE 120000 - 150000 November 1906 London Motor Show. A conventional but beautifully executed design the newcomer was based around a massive ladder-frame chassis equipped with leaf-spring suspension all-round powerful rear wheel brakes and spiral-bevel final drive. Displacing 7036cc (7428cc from 1910) its sixcylinder engine featured a seven-bearing crankshaft full pressure lubrication and 12 spark plugs (fed via a dual magneto coil ignition system). This wonderfully torquey yet eerily quiet side-valve unit initially drove through a three-speed gearbox but a further forward ratio was added from 1913. With a shrewd eye for publicity Managing Director Claude Johnson had the company demonstrator AX 201 (the car that inspired the now legendary Silver Ghost moniker on account of its striking livery and silver-plated fittings) take part in both the 1907 Scottish Reliability Trial and an RAC scrutinised 15 000 mile endurance run immediately afterwards. Though made to journey between London and Glasgow no less than 27 times as part of the latter ordeal a thorough post-event examination revealed the car had suffered no appreciable wear to its engine gearbox rear axle or brakes. Possessing a legendary eye for detail Henry Royce continued to develop the 40 50hp model throughout its 18-year production life. Thus late Silver Ghosts boasted considerably more horsepower (up from 48bhp at 1 250rpm to 80bhp at 2 250rpm) and therefore higher top speeds (some lightweight-bodied cars were timed at over 80mph) than their earlier brethren. 128 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION 100 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 129 MOTOR CARS 101 1973 JAGUAR E-TYPE V12 ROADSTER ESTIMATE 70000 - 90000 The turbine-like smoothness with which the engine provides a sustained shove in the back is almost uncanny the more so when one accelerates hard in top gear without even a gearchange to interrupt one s headlong dash into the distance Autocar July 5 1973 By 1971 the E-Type had been in production for a decade and new emissions legislation in the all-important American market was threatening to strangle the big cat s performance. Jaguar responded by giving its revered sports car fresh claws in the shape of a 5343cc V12 engine developed from the stillborn XJ13. With some 272bhp and 304 lb ft of torque on tap the E-Type once again had 150mph in its sights. A revised wheelbase yielded better cabin space and together with wider tracks front and rear new anti-dive front suspension geometry and fatter tyres gave improved road holding. Imbued with a more muscular stance thanks to its flared wheelarches re-profiled wings and larger grille it also benefited from vented disc brakes and a restyled interior. This handsome Roadster hails from 1973 and is finished in the strident combination of Red bodywork and Black leather interior. An original righthand drive example it has evidently benefited from an earlier restoration and repaint and has covered just 6 000 miles in the last decade. It has been in the current ownership for four years during which all maintenance work has been carried out by well-known Jaguar specialist and JEC technical Director Ken Jenkins. The E-Type boasts a range of desirable upgrades including five-speed gearbox Powerlock differential high torque starter Gaz adjustable dampers and halogen headlights. A new windscreen was fitted in 2014. The vendor presently views the bodywork paintwork interior trim 5.3-litre engine and manual gearbox as all very good and is including 11 old MOTs and a current MOT into September. REG NO CHASSIS T.B.A. 1S2245 130 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 18000 - 22000 1969 AUSTIN MINI COOPER MKII 102 REG NO CHASSIS NXG805G CA2SB-1282380A in Tartan Red with Black upholstery the Austin was acquired by its previous keeper Robert Russell of Chelmsford during November 2009. Having ascertained that the Mini retained its original bodyshell engine and gearbox Mr Russell set about an exhaustive bare metal restoration which took over a year to complete (March 2010 - April 2011). An understanding of the lengths he went to can be gleaned from viewing the blog section of www.bornagaincars.com. Suffice to say that the refurbishment would have been wholly uneconomic if Mr Russell who is a System Engineer for the Ford Motor Company had entrusted it to a third party A testament to the quality of the bodywork rejuvenation the finished car apparently required no adjustment when checked with laser wheel alignment equipment. Mr Russell overhauled the engine and gearbox too as well as paying attention to the interior steering suspension electrics carburettors and subframes etc. A real labour of love the Cooper was acquired by the vendor in April 2013 as a starter classic for his children. Sadly they have not taken to it and aside from some sunny day outings NXG 805G has been little used. Deemed by the vendor to be very good with regard to its engine gearbox electrical equipment bodywork paintwork and interior trim the Austin remains a fine testament to Mr Russell s skill. Offered for sale with BMIHT Certificate V5C Registration Document and MOT certificate valid until May 2018. Introduced in Autumn 1967 the MKII version of the Mini Cooper had lost none of its predecessor s vim or driving appeal. Powered by a 998cc four-cylinder A-series engine allied to four-speed manual transmission it was still capable of humbling many a more exotic sportscar when the going got twisty. According to its accompanying British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate this particular example was built on March 10th 1969 and despatched to Murray & Charleton Ltd of Middlesborough the following day. Originally finished ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 131 MOTOR CARS 103 1964 JAGUAR E-TYPE COUPE ESTIMATE 90000 - 110000 132 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION The Jaguar E-Type was the sports car that (a) put the swinging into the swinging sixties (b) no lesser a man than Enzo Ferrari dubbed the most beautiful car in the world and (c) transported a galaxy of stars from Brigitte Bardot to George Best Tony Curtis to Donald Campbell and Roy Orbison to Steve McQueen. Though not designed as a racer the E-Type was nevertheless a direct descendent of the all-conquering D-Type - motorsport was embedded in its DNA. Small wonder then that just one month from launch Graham Hill and Roy Salvadori drove the Equipe Endeavour E-Type ( ECD 400 ) to victory at Oulton Park. The die was cast and the E-Type has continued to be a winner ever since. In 1996 the New York City Museum of Modern Art recognised the model s design significance by adding a blue Roadster to its collection - one of only six motorcars to achieve the distinction. Supplied new via Jaguar Cars of New York in 1964 chassis 890528 was repatriated some twentyseven years later. Converted from left- to right-hand drive thereafter the E-type also benefited from the installation of a larger 4.2 litre XK DOHC engine all synchromesh gearbox and uprated brakes. Having served its last registered keeper well for nigh on twenty-five years the two-seater was despatched to RS Classics of North Shields as a reward. Specialising in Jaguar E-Types and Porsches as well as RS Fords the family run firm stripped EVH 121B back to a bare shell and then had it soda blasted (revealing the Coupe s original body number tag in the process). Mounted on a rotisserie frame the monocoque was carefully repaired and lead loaded as necessary before being repainted in its initial Golden Sand livery (a striking hue that none other than Lofty England specified for his own E-Type Series I Fixed Head Coupe). The installation of an 103 earlier-type turned aluminium dashboard and centre console made for a wonderful contrast with the new Black leather upholstery and Beige headlining. Body coloured stone protection was applied to the underside and the engine and gearbox repainted prior to reinstallation (the former being treated to new core plugs). The wiring loom was reinstated and the brightwork rejuvenated. Attention was paid to the steering brakes and suspension too and modern anti-vibration matting added to the floorpan footwells. The refurbishment was completed last year and chronicled via a 58-page pdf document copies of which can be sent to interested parties. Starting readily upon inspection this undeniably handsome E-Type is variously described by the vendor as being in good (electrical equipment) very good (gearbox bodywork paintwork interior trim) or excellent (engine) condition. Worthy of close inspection it is accompanied by a MOT certificate valid until September 2017. REG NO CHASSIS EVH121B 890528 133 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) MOTOR CARS 104 1975 ROLLS-ROYCE CAMARGUE Formerly the property of Raymond Way and 34 500 miles from new ESTIMATE 45000 - 55000 not to be designed in-house. The model s sleek twodoor coachwork was crafted in London by Mulliner Park Ward and power was provided by an uprated version of Rolls-Royce s 6750cc V8 engine mated to Turbo Hydra-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. Between 1975 and 1986 just 525 Rolls-Royce Camargues were produced (plus one bearing Bentley badges). Finished in Richmond Blue with Turquoise leather upholstery chassis JRH18624 initially served as Jack Barclay Ltd s demonstrator before being bought on 18th June 1975 by the mercurial Raymond Way whose career encompassed Brooklands racing driver RAF pilot proprietor of Shackleton Aviation Lloyds underwriter boxing and wrestling promoter farmer Radio Luxembourg motoring correspondent Home Guard soldier with Tommy Trinder fairground barker and renowned car motorcycle salesman. Even used the Camargue cost a staggering 29 250 with 14 000 being made as an allowance against Mr Way s Phantom VI The accompanying history file is packed with fascinating correspondence between Mr Way and Victor Barclay giving a true glimpse into a bygone era. Another letter on file dated 7th April 1997 simply states This vehicle was registered in the name of the TWR Group in order to transfer the registration number 1 RW and was not used by ourselves . Entering the current family ownership that same year via marque specialist Colbrook the Rolls-Royce has covered just 34 500 miles from new. One of just 65 cars to utilise twin SU carburettors it is described by the vendor as being in very good (bodywork paintwork interior trim) or excellent (engine automatic transmission electrical equipment) condition. A notably early low mileage Camargue with a fabulous provenance YJL 621 is MOT d until June 2018. REG NO CHASSIS YJL 621 JRH18624 When launched in March 1975 the Camargue was the world s most expensive production car for the price of which you could have bought five Jaguar XJ6s or 26 Minis Styled by Paolo Martin of Pininfarina it was the first post-WW2 Rolls-Royce 134 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 70000 - 75000 1964 JAGUAR E-TYPE 3.8 COUPE 105 Matching numbers REG NO CHASSIS PTU342B 889221 Received wisdom says that to become truly valuable cars have to be both desirable and rare in which case Jaguar s immortal E-Type is the exception that proves the rule. Nobody is denying its desirability - remember that no lesser an automotive authority than Enzo Ferrari dubbed it the most beautiful car ever made - but with a production run topping 77 000 rare it most certainly is not. Yet unquestionably stoked by the car s still relatively recent 50th anniversary the market for Malcolm Sayer s masterpiece has been decidedly buoyant for all versions. Enthusiast drivers will tell you that the best on-road experience is provided by the Series II Coupe while purists understandably decry that model s federal lights and bumpers and will hear only of the early Series I cars as powered by the original 3.8-litre engine. In their eyes first is best. Current values support this thinking which brings us to the example on offer - a lefthand drive September 1963 3.8-engined Coupe finished in Primrose Yellow and trimmed in Black. It was shipped new to Jaguar Cars New York and on to California where PTU 342B has spent the bulk of its life. It is understood to have been used sparingly meaning the indicated mileage of just 21 339 is credible though not warranted. The Jaguar returned to these shores in late 2015 since when it has been tended to by Moss Jaguar Ltd who have stripped and Waxoyled the doors installed a new Classic Jaguar alloy radiator Coolcat fan silicone radiator hoses Polybush steering rack mounts upgraded engine mounts and exhaust heat shields fitted Dynamat to the floor pans and H4 headlight upgrades and powder or nickel plated various under-bonnet parts. The vendor presently grades the interior trim as very good and the bodywork paintwork engine and transmission as good and is offering the car with a new MOT. ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 135 MOTOR CARS 106 1954 MG TF 1500 Formerly the property of renowned motoring artist James Allington ESTIMATE 30000 - 35000 Last of the MG T-series line the TF was introduced in October 1953. Although mechanically near identical to its TD predecessor the provision of a raked radiator revised wing line and faired-in headlamps lent it an altogether sleeker and sportier air. Powered by a revised version of the well-proven four-cylinder XPAG engine but this time using larger valves a higher compression ratio and twin SU 1.5in carburettors the new model was reputedly capable of over 80mph. Equipped with both rack-and-pinion steering and independent coil-and-wishbone front suspension it helped maintain the marque s Safety Fast reputation. Around 6 200 TF1250s were made followed by 3 400 XPEG-engined 1500s. According to the T Register s online production record checking facility this particular example was built to left-hand drive specification on 20th October 1954. Originally finished in Dark Red and despatched to North America it was found to be rust free when repatriated from California by the late James Allington during 1993. A renowned motoring artist famed for his beautifully executed cut-away drawings Mr Allington reportedly spent the next five years restoring the MG to concours condition as a gift to his daughter Sophie with help from marque specialist Brown & Gammons of Baldock and Steve Hart of Norfolk (the latter being better known for his work on Maseratis). Pleasingly retaining its original engine (number XPEG 1428) the two-seater is understood to have been returned to as near factory specification as possible. Offered for sale by the Allington family complete with signed print of a cut-away drawing they presently rate its engine bodywork paintwork interior trim and electrical equipment as excellent and the fourspeed manual gearbox as very good . REG NO CHASSIS CSL 988 TF7595 Of all the cars we have occasion to drive there is one above all others which by its every characteristic clearly defines the term sportscar Road & Track magazine on the MG TF 1954 136 ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD AUCTION ESTIMATE 24000 - 28000 1960 JAGUAR MK II 3.8 LITRE 107 REG NO CHASSIS TSU 348 202161DN For many the definitive Jaguar sports saloon the MKII was introduced in October 1959. A peerless blend of elegance and muscularity its sleek lines clothed an evolution of the Coventry marque s first monocoque design. Powered by derivatives of the same XK DOHC straight-six engine that had swept Jaguar to five Le Mans victories the MKII was quick to dominate contemporary saloon car racing. Equipped with coil-and-wishbone independent front suspension a leaf-sprung Salisbury rear axle and servo-assisted four-wheel disc brakes the range-topping 3.8 boasted nearly seven times the horsepower of a Mini 850 and a 126mph top speed Blessed with one of the all-time great automotive interiors its stylish instrumentation rich wood veneers and sumptuous leather upholstery all conspired to cosset and cocoon occupants. Finished in Red with Magnolia leather upholstery this particular example was built to right-hand drive specification. Seemingly laid-up for a while the MKII was re-registered with the DVLA on 6th February 1990 following the completion of an extensive documented restoration . Believed to have covered just 30 500 miles from new the Jaguar is said to have been well maintained since being acquired by its last registered keeper during 2007 and to consequently run and drive very well . Fitted with the preferred four-speed manual plus overdrive transmission this smart sports saloon is accompanied by an impressive history file containing operating manuals and MOTs dating back to 1996 (its most recently issued certificate is valid until February 2018). ALL HAMMER PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYER S PREMIUM OF 15% INCL. VAT ( 20%) 137 Terms & Conditions of Auction Sale These conditions apply to all sales held by H&H Classics Limited in England and Wales to the exclusion of all other Terms and Conditions and no alteration or modification to these Conditions will be binding on H&H Classics Limited unless accepted in writing by them. Your attention is specifically drawn to the Notes for Intending Purchasers published in the front of the catalogue. DEFINITIONS In these Terms and Conditions the following words and expressions shall unless the context otherwise requires have the following meanings Auctioneer means H&H Classics Limited whose Registered Office is at 8 Eastway Sale Cheshire UK M33 4DX company number 02852199 and Auctioneer means its representative who actually conducts the sale. Bidders Registration Form means the form to be completed by each bidder pursuant to Condition 12.5. The Buyer is the only person whose bid is accepted by the Auctioneer to conclude the contract for the purchase of a Lot. Buyer s Commission shall have the meaning given in Condition 14. Catalogue includes any advertisement brochure estimate price list and other publication generated or published by or on behalf of the Auctioneer in relation to a sale. Contract means the contract formed pursuant to these Conditions between any of the Seller the Buyer and the Auctioneer. Entry Form means the form to be completed by the Seller as to each separate Lot pursuant to Condition 1.1. Estimated Value means the value given by the Seller in the Entry Form as the Estimated Value of the vehicle and if more than one value is given the higher of those values. Expenses in relation to a Lot means the Auctioneer s charges and expenses for illustrations special advertising packing freight transport storage and any other charges and expenses of that Lot (other than the commission) plus VAT on any of them. The charges for uplifting an item either sold or unsold into storage with charges are as follows Motor Cars Uplift - 175 Storage - 10 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and 30 per week or part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice). Motorcycles Uplift - 60 Storage - 5 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and 12 per week or part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice). Bicycles Uplift - 20 Storage - 3 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and 8 per week of part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice). Automobilia Motobilia Charges for these items are determined by size and weight A - the standard charge and will not be marked in the sales catalogue - 8 uplift and 1 per day storage (subject to change without notice). B - larger items and marked in the sales catalogue - 20 uplift 2 per day storage (subject to change without notice). C - the largest items marked in the sales catalogue - 50 uplift 5 per day storage (subject to change without notice). R - items needing to be Referred for individual quotations marked R in the sales catalogue (subject to change without notice). Hammer Price means the price in sterling at which a Lot is knocked down by the Auctioneer to the Buyer at the fall of the hammer. Lot means any item or items consigned with a view to its or their sale at auction. Premises means the place at which the Auctioneer are conducting that particular sale. Reserve means the minimum Hammer Price (if any) agreed between the Auctioneer and the Seller at which the Lot may be sold. The Sale means the auction sale in respect of which the Lot is consigned for sale. Sale Proceeds means the net amount payable by the Auctioneer to the Seller being the Hammer Price less the sum of the commission the expenses the entry fee (if not already paid) and the VAT chargeable on any of them. Seller means the person who offers the Lot for sale whether or not he is the true owner. Seller s Commission means commission payable by the Seller pursuant to Condition 6. Stated rates means the usual rates of Commission Entry Fees and any other charges for the time being plus the VAT chargeable on any of them. The current rates are as follows Motor Cars 12.5% to the Buyer 5% to the Seller (minimum 150 to both parties) Entry Fee - 100 for a standard catalogue entry 200 for a premium catalogue entry 400 for a deluxe catalogue entry Motorcycles 12.5% to the Buyer 10% to the Seller (minimum 50 to both parties) Entry Fee - 50 for a standard catalogue entry 100 for a premium catalogue entry 150 for a deluxe catalogue entry Registration Numbers 12.5% to the Buyer 10% to the Seller (minimum 50 to both parties) Entry fee - 50 Bicycles 12.5% to the Buyer (minimum of 10) Seller s charges available on application Automobilia Motobilia 12.5% to the Buyer (minimum of 5) Seller s charges available on application Total amount due means the Hammer Price in respect of the Lot sold plus the Buyer s commission and additional charges and expenses due from a defaulting Buyer under these Conditions plus VAT chargeable on any of them expressed in sterling. Usual Charges means the total of the Commissions Entry Fees and any other reasonable costs and expenses plus VAT payable thereon. VAT means UK Value Added Tax at the prevailing rate from time to time. Vehicles includes where appropriate incomplete vehicles. CONDITIONS MAINLY CONCERNING SELLERS AND CONSIGNORS 1.1 An Entry Form in respect of each Lot must be completed fully and accurately with an honest description of the Lot signed and dated by the Seller and accompanied by the Entry Fee when the Lot is entered. The Auctioneer may at any time ratify an incomplete form. 1.2 Any documentation pertaining to the Lot must be sent 138 with the Entry Form to the Auctioneer s office or in any event delivered with the Lot to the Premises. The Contract between the Seller and the Auctioneer will be formed when the Auctioneer receives a signed Entry Form for the Lot whether by hand post fax email or by any other means and whether or not the Entry Fee for that Lot has been paid and whether or not the Form has been signed by the Auctioneer. 1.3 All relevant matters pertaining to the Lot such as a financial encumbrance serious accident damage or other factors affecting value which are known to the Seller must be stated on the Entry Form. If a sale is lost because of the failure of the Seller to disclose to the Auctioneer all information which may reasonably be expected to affect the provenance title value or any other aspect of the Lot the Auctioneer will charge and the Seller must pay the stated rates (both to Seller and Buyer) plus VAT. 1.4 If the Seller wishes to retain the registration number of a Lot it is the Seller s responsibility to notify the Auctioneer in writing on the Entry Form. It is the Seller s responsibility to take all necessary steps to ensure that the current registration number is retained and a new number allocated prior to the Lot being sold. If the Seller does not do so the Auctioneer shall not be responsible for any loss or damage whatsoever and howsoever arising out of the Seller s loss of the right to the registration number following the sale of the Lot. 2.1 The Auctioneer shall have absolute discretion whether or not to accept any Lot for sale and shall be entitled to select the auction place date catalogue placement and photographs for the Lot. 2.2 The Seller gives the Auctioneer full and absolute right to photograph and illustrate any Lot placed in its hands for sale and to use such photographs and illustrations as are provided by the Seller at any time at its absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with the Sale) with indemnity against copyright infringement. 2.3 The Seller is wholly responsible for the factual accuracy of and for any judgments or opinions expressed in the catalogue description of each Lot entered by him and for any error misstatement or omission of information in that description. Whether the description has been prepared by the Auctioneer or the Seller a copy of the typed text will be provided to the Seller within a reasonable time prior to the Auction and unless the Seller reacts with comments or changes prior to the Auction the Auctioneer may treat that description as accepted by the Seller. 3.1 The Seller warrants to the Auctioneer and to the Buyer either that he is the true owner of the Lot or that he is duly authorised to sell the Lot by the true owner and is able to transfer or procure transfer of good and marketable title to the Lot free from a third party claims or encumbrances. 3.2 In the event of an unsettled hire purchase finance agreement or any other charge or lien affecting the Lot the Auctioneer reserves the right to settle the amount due of such charges not exceeding the Sale Proceeds and if the Sale Proceeds are less than the charges outstanding the Seller will be responsible for the settlement of the balance forthwith. There will be a charge of 75 plus VAT for this service. 3.3 Each Lot in the condition as described on the Entry Form and with all keys spare or extra items and documents shall be delivered to the Premises at the expense of the Seller. The Seller of a Lot not held by the Auctioneer at the Premises or under its control warrants and undertakes to the Auctioneer that the Lot will be made available and in a deliverable state at the time stated by the Auctioneer. 3.4 The Seller shall indemnify both the Auctioneer its Employees and Agents and the Buyer separately against all payments costs expenses demands or any loss or damage whatsoever and wheresoever incurred or suffered by any of them in respect of any breach of these Conditions on the part of the Seller. 4.1 The Seller shall be entitled prior to the sale to place a Reserve on any Lot this being the minimum Hammer Price at which the Auctioneer is authorised to sell that Lot and to make its usual charges. A Reserve once placed by the Seller shall not be changed without the consent of the Auctioneer. 4.2 The Auctioneer may at its option sell the Lot at a Hammer Price below the Reserve but in any such case the Sale Proceeds to which the Seller is entitled shall be the same as if the sale had been at Reserve. 4.3 Where no Reserve has been placed on the Lot the Auctioneer shall in no way be liable should the Lot be purchased for a price below the lowest estimated selling price. In any event any written or oral estimate of likely selling price given by the Auctioneer is an expression of opinion only and may not be relied upon by the Seller nor give rise to any claim. 4.4 If a Reserve is placed by the Seller in a currency other than Pounds Sterling such a Reserve shall be calculated and converted into Sterling at the spot rate of exchange quoted to the Auctioneer by the National Westminster Bank Plc at close of business on the last banking day prior to the date of the Sale. The certificate in writing of the Auctioneer as to such rate shall be conclusive. 4.5 Where a Reserve has been placed only the Auctioneer may bid on that Lot on behalf of the Seller. Should the Seller buy in his own Lot the Seller must pay to the Auctioneer its stated rates (both Seller and Buyer) before the Lot is removed. 5.1 The Seller may by notice to the Auctioneer withdraw the Lot from the Auction. If the Seller does so he shall be liable to pay the Auctioneer the stated rate of the Seller s and Buyer s commission calculated on the estimated value of the Lot that the Auctioneer would have received had the Lot been sold for the estimated value. For the purposes of this clause the estimated value shall be the higher of (a) the Seller s estimate of value as previously notified to the Auctioneer or if more than one figure the highest figure or if none (b) the value estimated in the catalogue or if more than one figure is given the highest figure or if none (c) the Auctioneer s reasonable estimate of its value (d) plus VAT on such fee in either case and expenses 5.2 In the event that the Seller withdraws the Lot from the Auction the Seller shall arrange for the collection removal of the Lot at his own expense within 2 working days after the date of withdrawal provided that the Seller may not collect the Lot unless or until any withdrawal fee payable under Conditions 5.1 shall have been paid in full and any storage charges have been met by the Seller. 6. The Seller authorises the Auctioneer to deduct from the Hammer Price commission at the Stated Rate subject to the relevant minimum commission for each Lot plus Expenses and VAT on both. The Seller acknowledges the Auctioneer s right to charge and retain the Buyer s Premium also in accordance with Condition 14. 7. The Seller of a Lot which is a road going means of transport warrants and undertakes to the Auctioneer that as at the date of the Sale either (a) the Lot will be VAT paid in the EU and registered in the UK will be lawfully usable on the public road complying with the provisions of current Road Traffic Legislation and all relevant regulations made thereunder and any statutory modifications thereof and there is or will be in force an MOT Certificate required in relation to such use or (alternatively) (b) the Seller has notified the Auctioneer that the Lot does not or will not meet these requirements and cannot legally be used on the road. 8. The Seller hereby agrees to indemnify the Auctioneer its Agents and Employees against any and all claims liability or damage and all related costs and expenses arising out of the proper execution by the Auctioneer of their obligations to the Seller under these Conditions and in particular against any liability or claim which may be incurred by the Auctioneer as a result of any defect in the Lot whether proving dangerous to human life or health or otherwise giving rise to a claim against the Auctioneer or as a result of any default by the Seller or any breach of any of the warranties or undertakings herein by the Seller. 9.1 Where any Lot fails to sell the Auctioneer shall notify the Seller accordingly. The Seller shall make arrangements either for the Auctioneer to re-offer that Lot for sale or forthwith to collect the Lot and to pay the Expenses. If such arrangements are not made (a) by 1pm on the day following the date of the Sale the Seller 139 shall be responsible for the costs of any removal storage and other expenses related to that Lot (b) within 3 months after formal notification by the Auctioneer to the Seller the Auctioneer shall have the right (pursuant to the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 or any legislation that re-enacts or replaces it) to sell the Lot by private treaty or at public auction without reserve and to deduct from the Hammer Price or price received any sum owing to the Auctioneer including (without limitation) removal storage and insurance expenses the Expenses of both auctions Commission at the Stated Rate on the sale and all other reasonable expenses before remitting the balance to the Seller or if he cannot be traced placing it in a bank account in the name of the Auctioneer on behalf of the Seller. 9.2 If the Seller later sells the Lot as a result of its exposure at the auction the Auctioneer will be entitled to their normal commission. In any event the Auctioneer will be entitled to try and effect a sale as the Seller s agent within 14 days after the date of the auction (that time limit does not apply to a sale by the Seller). If the Auctioneer does so sell the Lot they will also be entitled to their normal commission. 10.1 Where a Lot is sold the Auctioneer shall initiate payment by bank transfer of the Sale Proceeds to the Seller 14 working days after the Auctioneers have received in cleared funds the Total Amount Due from the Buyer. Should no bank details be provided by the seller the Auctioneer will effect payment by sending its cheque drawn in favour of the Seller 14 days after receipt of cleared funds by first class mail at the Seller s risk. 10.2 If before the Total Amount Due is paid by the Buyer (whether or not because the Auctioneer has given credit terms to the Buyer) the Auctioneer pays to the Seller an amount equal to the net Sale Proceeds title in the Lot shall pass from the Seller to the Auctioneer. 10.3 In the case of overseas Sellers the Sale Proceeds will be paid to the Seller either in Sterling or in such other currency available to the Auctioneer as may have been agreed in writing between the Seller and the Auctioneer before the date of the Sale. The Auctioneer shall calculate the rate of exchange for the Sale Proceeds by reference to the spot rate of exchange quoted by the National Westminster Bank Plc at close of business on the date of the Sale whichever is more favourable to the auctioneer. 10.4 If the Auctioneer receives notice of any dispute related to a sold Lot before the Sale Proceeds have been remitted to the Seller the Auctioneer may withhold payment from the Seller until it thinks fit or until the Dispute is resolved whichever is earlier. 10.5 The Auctioneer retains the right to withhold partial or total payment for any Lot if items committed to the Sale by the Seller and sold as part of the Lot including any relevant documents have not been delivered by the Seller. 10.6 The Seller shall maintain their insurance of the Lot until they are in receipt of the Sale Proceeds 11.1 If the Buyer fails to pay the Auctioneer the total Amount due within 21 days after the Sale the Auctioneer will notify the Seller and take the Seller s instructions as to the appropriate course of action. So far as in the Auctioneer s opinion it is practicable the Auctioneer will at the Seller s expense assist the Seller to recover the Total Amount Due from the Buyer but the Auctioneer shall be under no obligation to institute proceedings in its own name. 11.2 If circumstances outside the Auctioneer s control do not permit the Auctioneer to take instructions from the Seller the Seller hereby authorises the Auctioneer at the Seller s expense to agree special terms for payment of the total Amount Due to remove store and insure the Lot sold to settle claims made against the Buyer or the Seller on such terms as the Auctioneer shall in its absolute discretion think fit to take such steps as are necessary to collect the monies due by the Buyer to the Seller and if necessary to rescind the sale and refund money to the Buyer. CONDITIONS MAINLY CONCERNING THE BUYER 12.1 Any motor vehicle is sold as a collector s item and not as a means of transport. Buyers are specifically warned that any vehicle sold as such may well have had parts replaced and paint renewed or be made up of parts from other vehicles the condition of which may be difficult to establish. The Auctioneer has to rely on information as to the date condition and authenticity provided by the Seller and does not provide its own description and does not and cannot undertake its own inspection of vehicles or other Lot and it is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that the Lot conforms to the description in the catalogue. The Auctioneer cannot check or verify the authenticity of the chassis or VIN number under which a vehicle is offered but relies on the Seller s description. Buyers should take particular care to verify in advance the authenticity of a vehicle that is claimed to have important racing rallying or ex-works history as it was common in period for a competition vehicle of a single identity to have more than one chassis body or other mechanical components. This may have happened several times both in a vehicle s works career and thereafter in private owner hands. Sometimes works vehicles were fitted with different registration plates so that a vehicle could meet a particular event s start date deadline. These historical factors may lead to there being in existence multiple and competing claimants to the same vehicle identity. 12.2 The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid at or over Reserve (if any) that is accepted by the Auctioneer and the Contract shall be concluded at the fall of the hammer. The Auctioneer shall have the absolute discretion to settle any dispute related to bidding at the Sale. All sales are deemed not to be sales in the course of a business unless notified to the contrary. 12.3 Every bidder shall be deemed to act as a principal unless the Auctioneer has prior to the auction date acknowledged (either by acceptance of the Bidder s Registration Form which discloses the true principal or otherwise in writing) that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of a disclosed principal. 12.4 The Auctioneer may in its absolute discretion refuse to accept any bid advance the bidding as it may decide withdraw or divide any Lot combine any two or more Lots and in the case of dispute may put up any Lot for auction again. 12.5 A prospective bidder should register his intention to bid for a Lot by completing fully and signing a Bidder s Registration Form prior to executing his bid. If this has not been completed before the fall of the hammer the Buyer shall forthwith complete the Bidder s Registration Form. The Bidder shall also provide photographic identification. Failure to do so shall not invalidate the sale unless the Auctioneer in its absolute discretion so decides. 12.6 Any bid which fails to reach the Reserve may be submitted by the Auctioneer to the Seller and if the Seller accepts that bid the Lot will be deemed to have been sold to the Buyer at the sum bid at the fall of the hammer and the normal Terms and Conditions will apply to that sale. 13.1 Where a Lot is illustrated by a photograph in the case of a vehicle with a registration number visible that number will not be transferred with the vehicle to the Buyer unless the registration particulars appear in the written part of the description and the transfer has been authorised by the Seller. If the vehicle is sold to the Buyer before the formalities of the allocation of a different registration number to that vehicle are completed with the DVLA the Buyer accepts that he will take all steps necessary to co-operate with either the Seller or the Auctioneer to have the number re-transferred to the Seller or as may be and will take no steps to register the vehicle with the number in his name. 13.2 Whilst the interests of prospective Buyers are best served by personal attendance at the Sale the Auctioneers will if so instructed execute bids on their behalf. Neither the Auctioneer nor its Employees or Agents will be responsible for any error or default in doing so or in failing altogether to do so. Where the 140 Auctioneer executes bids on behalf of an absent bidder each Lot will be bought as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and any relevant Reserve. 14. The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer in respect of each Lot the Buyer s Commission calculated on the Hammer Price at the stated rates as set out above. 15. Where a Lot is described in the Catalogue or announced at the time of Sale as being subject to VAT on import VAT will be payable in addition to the Hammer Price (which VAT may or may not be refundable by HM Customs & Excise on proof of export). 16.1 Upon the sale of a Lot the Buyer shall 16.2 Unless he has already done so complete a Bidder s Registration Form as in Condition 12.5 above 16.3 Pay to the Auctioneer the total amount due at latest by midday on the day after the Sale notwithstanding that where the Buyer wishes to export the Lot an export licence may be required which must be obtained by the Buyer at his own cost 16.4 Accept that any payments received by the Auctioneer from a Buyer may be applied by the Auctioneer towards any sums owing from that Buyer to the Auctioneer on any account whatsoever without regard to any directions of the Buyer or his agent whether express or implied. 17.1 Until the total amount due has been received by the Auctioneer (a) title in a Lot shall not pass to the Buyer but the risk shall (b) no Lot may be taken away by or on behalf of the Buyer. 17.2 The Buyer shall be responsible for any removal storage and insurance charges and any other Expenses on any Lot not paid for and taken away by 1pm on the day following the day of the sale. 18.1 If a Buyer fails either to pay for or to take away any Lot the Auctioneer may without further notice to the Buyer at its discretion and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies as may be relevant in relation to any and all remedies for non-payment that the Auctioneer may choose to exercise. The Buyer will pay to the Auctioneer all legal and other costs borne by it on a full indemnity basis. 18.2 To charge interest at a rate not exceeding 3% per month over Natwest Bank s base rate on so much of the total amount due as remains unpaid after the date and time referred to in condition 16.3 for the first two months. After that period of time to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.75% per month over Natwest Bank s base rate on so much of the total amount due as remains unpaid after the date and time referred to in condition 16.3. 18.3 To issue proceedings against the Buyer for payment of the total amount due and or for damages for breach of contract. If the Seller decides to sell the Lot elsewhere the Auctioneer may proceed against the Buyer for the Commission which it would have earned both from the Seller and the Buyer together with VAT on both had the Buyer paid for the Lot in accordance with these Conditions. 18.4 To rescind the sale of that or any other Lots sold to the same Buyer at this or any other Sale in respect of which title has not passed. 18.5 To resell the Lot or cause it to be resold by public or private sale such that any deficiency in the total amount due resulting from such resale (after giving credit for any payment) together with the full costs incurred in connection with the Lots shall be paid to the Auctioneer by the Buyer any surplus in excess of the Sale Proceeds of that resale shall belong to the Seller. 18.6 To store the Lot at the sole expense of the Buyer and to release the Lot only after payment in full of the total amount due together with the accrued cost of the removal storage and insurance and all other expenses incurred in connection with the Lot. 18.7 To retain that or any other Lot sold to the Buyer at the same or any other auction and to release the same only after payment of the total amount due. 18.8 To apply by way of set-off any Sale Proceeds of any Lot then due or at any time thereafter becoming due to the Buyer towards settlement of the total amount due and expenses and the Auctioneer shall be entitled to a lien on any property of the Buyer which is in the Auctioneer s possession for any purpose. 18.9 To reject or ignore any bids made by or on behalf of the defaulting Buyer at any future sales or insist upon a cash deposit before accepting any bids in future. 19.1 All Lots are offered as seen with all faults and defects without any guarantee or warranty attaching thereto as to condition roadworthiness or otherwise and with all faults and defects whether apparent upon examination or not. 19.2 In any event neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer shall be liable for any indirect or consequential loss whatsoever and the maximum liability of the Auctioneer together with its Employees and Agents in the event of any claim against them arising from the sale of any Lot shall be limited to the Hammer Price plus Buyer s Premium in respect of that Lot. GENERAL CONDITIONS 20. The Auctioneer in all respects acts and will be treated as agent for the Seller (except where the Auctioneer is expressly stated to be selling as principal) and is not responsible for any default by the Seller or the Buyer to the other party. 21. The Auctioneer will not accept any liability for damage sustained to a Lot that is attributable to members of the public or non-Auctioneer operatives during the Sale or any removable items left within lots during the same period. Any claims for damage and or lost items must be submitted to the Auctioneer in writing no later than 3 working days after the date of the Sale and include a valid quote for repair or replacement and digital photographs where applicable. 22. The Auctioneer shall be under no liability for any injury damage or loss sustained by any person while on the Auctioneers premises (including any premises where a sale may be conducted or where a Lot or a part of a Lot may be on view from time to time) except for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the Auctioneers or its employees and agents in the course of their duties to the Auctioneers. 23. The Auctioneer shall have the right at its sole discretion without assigning any reason to refuse any person admission to its Premises or attendance at any of its Sales or to view any Lot. 24. The Auctioneer shall keep and use any data relating to the Buyer and the Seller in accordance with the provisions of all relevant data protection legislation. The Buyer and the Seller consent to such data being kept and used for appropriate purposes including informing the Buyer and the Seller of any offers or other matters of interest from time to time. 25. The copyright in all written matter and illustrations relating to Lots shall remain at all times the absolute property of the Auctioneer and any person wishing to use such materials or any part of them shall require the prior written consent of the Auctioneer. 26. If any Condition or part of a condition in these Terms shall be held to be invalid or unenforceable the validity or enforceability of the remaining Conditions will not thereby be affected. 27. These Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English Law. All transactions to which these Conditions apply and all matters connected therewith shall also be governed by English Law. Each of the Auctioneer the Seller the Buyer and any bidder hereby submits to non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales. 141 E.M. ROGERS INCORPORATING KENTVALE Established in 1945 E.M.Rogers are highly experienced in transporting and securely storing prestige classic and vintage vehicles. 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THE WARREN GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE Sunday 24th September 2017 Woodham Walter Essex England CM9 6RW For advance purchase tickets BUY TICKETS ONLINE AT WWW.WARRENCLASSIC.CO.UK see website for full details exhibitor information and entry details IN ASSOCIATION WITH 144 145 Motor Cars in Today s Sale 33 41 98 52 54 10 102 81 69 50 32 74 75 15 26 58 39 89 38 24 18 44 88 55 60 97 67 66 30 91 63 29 6 57 27 85 1985 Adams Roadster 1938 Alvis Silver Crest 20hp Six Light Saloon 1955 Aston Martin DB2 4 2.9 Litre Saloon 1966 Aston Martin DB6 1972 Aston Martin DBS 1950 Austin A90 Atlantic Convertible 1969 Austin Mini Cooper MKII 1966 Austin Mini Cooper S 1964 Austin Mini Cooper S 1071 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII 1964 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII 1938 Bentley 4.25 Litre James Young Sedanca Coupe 1950 Bentley MK VI Saloon 1974 BMW 3.0 CSi 2003 BMW M3 Convertible 2000 BMW M5 1988 Bristol Brigand 1929 Bugatti Type 44 Vanvooren Saloon 1973 Buick LeSabre Custom Coupe 1951 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup 1968 Chevrolet Camaro 327 Convertible 1982 Chevrolet Corvette 1967 Chevrolet El Camino 1948 Connaught L2 2001 Daimler Majestic 4.0 LWB 1971 Datsun 240Z 1949 Dodge Wayfarer Roadster 1999 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder Evocation 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi 2004 Ferrari 360 Spider F1 1995 Ferrari 456 GT 1937 Fiat 500 Topolino 1958 Fiat 600 Multipla 1973 Fiat 850 Sport Spider 1960 Ford Anglia 105E Race Car 1945 Ford GPW Jeep 12 72 94 37 56 3 19 45 105 65 84 46 99 90 42 47 103 71 68 101 14 70 9 43 36 25 28 17 13 2 53 76 64 21 49 22 1943 Ford GPW Jeep 1965 Ford Lotus Cortina 1926 Ford Model T Tourer 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible 1962 Ford Thunderbird 1963 Ford Zodiac MKIII 1951 HRG 1500 2005 Hummer H2 1964 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Coupe 1961 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Flat Floor Roadster 1969 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2 2 1970 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2 2 1965 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe 1970 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe 1970 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Roadster 1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Roadster 1964 Jaguar E-Type Coupe 1966 Jaguar E-Type Roadster 1972 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster 1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster 1966 Jaguar MK II 1966 Jaguar MK II 3.4 Litre 1950 Jaguar MK V 3.5 Litre Saloon 1990 Jaguar XJ-S 5.3 Convertible 1989 Jaguar XJ-S 5.3 Convertible 1990 Jaguar XJ-S 5.3 Convertible 1953 Lagonda DB 2.6 3.0 Litre Drophead Coupe 1965 Lancia Flavia Sport Zagato 1933 Lincoln Model KA Town Sedan 1979 Lotus Elite 1961 Lotus Elite S2 1999 Maserati Quattroporte IV V8 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL 1991 Mercedes-Benz 500 E 1938 MG TA 20 106 8 83 7 1 16 93 92 79 82 51 23 87 104 80 73 100 4 34 59 62 11 31 5 40 48 77 35 95 78 96 86 61 1955 MG TF 1500 1954 MG TF 1500 1926 Morris Cowley Bullnose Tourer 1970 Morris Mini Cooper S MKII Wood & Pickett Margrave 1930 Morris Minor OHC Coachbuilt Saloon 1955 Morris Minor SII Split Screen Convertible Conversion 2014 Nostalgia XK120 Evocation 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Fastback 1967 Pontiac Firebird 1972 Porsche 911 S 2.4 Targa 1988 Porsche 911 Turbo 1976 Porsche 912 E 1985 Porsche 928 S2 1988 Porsche 928 S4 1975 Rolls-Royce Camargue 1982 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible 1960 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II 1923 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost 40 50 Tourer 1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II 1980 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II 1991 Rover Mini Cooper 1954 Sunbeam-Talbot 90 MKIIa Drophead Coupe 1910 Talbot 4AB Waggonette 1976 Toyota HJ45 Land Cruiser Pickup 1969 Triumph 2000 Saloon 1939 Triumph Dolomite 14 60 Drophead Foursome Coupe 1970 Triumph Stag 1976 Triumph Stag 1973 Triumph TR6 1971 Triumph TR6 2000 TVR Cerbera Speed Six 2000 TVR Tuscan 1975 Volkswagen Trekker 182 1967 Volvo P1800 S 146 HEAD OFFICE The Motor House Lyncastle Road Warrington Cheshire WA4 4SN T 44 (0)1925 210035 F 44 (0)1925 269631 E info handh.co.uk www.HandH.co.uk