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THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM AUCTION Duxford Cambridgeshire Thursday 24th April 2014 SALE 141 An auction of Motor Cars Motorcycles Motobilia and Registrations T 44 (0)1925 210035 E info W H&H Catalogue Distribution For 2013 H&H chose to abandon the coffee table catalogue format that other auction houses are still wedded to in favour of this new condensed A5 design. Like the myriad other innovations which H&H has pioneered over the last twenty-one years it was aimed at improving our service to both sellers and buyers alike. Being smaller and lighter than the industry norm means that H&H auction catalogues are now sent out to over 43 000 people worldwide via post email and e-catalogue. None of our competitors can boast a circulation half as large (and most struggle to reach a tenth of that figure). What our catalogues lack in stature or extraneous information they make up for in readership. We also provide separate A4 brochures printed on demand for headline lots and our website which attracts up to 18 000 users per week - carries more images of the vehicles on offer than it would ever be practicable to reproduce here. Buyers have been quick to praise the new catalogue for its easy to read layout concise and factual vehicle descriptions and handy size making it a working tool rather than just an awkward thing to cart around. The small catalogue with the big reach T 44 (0)1925 210035 E info 2 W Contacts HEAD OFFICE The Motor House Lyncastle Road Warrington Cheshire WA4 4SN Tel 44 (0) 1925 210035 VIEWING Wednesday 23rd April from 12pm to 6pm Thursday 24th April from 9am MOTOBILIA & MOTORCYCLE SALE Thursday 24th April at 1pm REGISTRATION & MOTOR CAR SALE Thursday 24th April at 3pm VENUE Imperial War Museum Duxford Cambridgeshire CB22 4QR SCAN THIS CODE FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION LATE ENTRIES AND FURTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF EVERY MOTORCYCLE LOT. BUYERS PREMIUM Motor Cars 12% (minimum of 150) plus VAT Motorcycles 12% (minimum of 50) plus VAT Registrations 12% (minimum of 50) plus VAT Motobilia 12% (minimum of 5) plus VAT SCAN THIS CODE FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION LATE ENTRIES AND FURTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF EVERY MOTOR CAR LOT. BID ONLINE AT THIS AUCTION PLEASE NOTE Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these particulars no responsibility is taken for error omission or mis-statement. Imperfections not stated. Photographs of lots may not be of actual item described. Buyers should satisfy themselves prior to bidding as to the condition of each lot and should exercise and rely on their own judgement as to whether the lot accords with its description or not. 3 MOTOBILIA 1 Rare NSU Motorcycles Pictorial Enamel Sign A large single-sided enamel advertising sign features pictorial artwork depicting a gentleman racing an NSU Sportmodelle in his brown racing leathers. The sign is believed to originate from Belgium and features only light deterioration to the edges. Extremely striking it measures 50x85cm. 300 - 500 1955 NSU Sportmax Fuel Tank An original alloy NSU Sportmax alloy petrol tank with filler cap dating from 1955. 800 - 1 000 1960 s Everoak Helmet In Hailwood colours but we have no evidence that it was ever worn by Mike. 200 - 300 1958 BMCRC Trophy Presented to Mike Hailwood for race wins in the 125 250 350 and 500cc categories. 500 - 700 1959 Snetterton 350 Trophy Presented to Mike Hailwood for winning the 350cc race riding an AJS 7R. 400 - 500 1960 Snetterton 250 Trophy Presented to Mike Hailwood for winning the 250cc race riding a Mondial. 400 - 500 1960 Snetterton 350 Fastest Lap Trophy Presented to Mike Hailwood for setting the fastest lap in the 350cc race riding an AJS 7R. 400 - 500 1963 Mallory Park Formula Junior Racing Trophy Presented to Mike Hailwood for winning the F Junior race driving a Brabham BT6 Ford for Reg Parnell Racing Team. 400 - 600 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 6 4 MOTOBILIA 9 1971 Silverstone Formula 5000 Racing Trophy Presented to Mike Hailwood for winning the F5000 race driving a Surtees TS8 Chevrolet. 500 - 700 10 Lookwell Mike Hailwood Martini Yamaha Leathers As worn by Mike Hailwood in the 1978 Isle of Man TT when he competed in the Senior and Lightweight races using a Yamaha TZ500 and TZ250. 15 000 - 18 000 11 Phil Read Bell Helmet As used by Phil Read in 1971 and 1972 when he won the 250 World Championship. Towards the end of 1972 he also rode a factory MV 350 and 500 wearing the same helmet. 700 - 900 12 Phil Read Leathers As worn by Phil Read in 1971 and 1972 when he won the 250 World Championship riding a Yamaha as a privateer. 4 000 - 5 000 13 Dainese Barry Sheene Akai Yamaha Leathers As worn by Barry Sheene in 1980 when riding a Yamaha TZ500 in Grands Prix and a TZ750 in UK National races. 12 000 - 14 000 10 10 13 5 13 2008 VINCENT ENGINE REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A N A T.B.A. 14 ESTIMATE 17 000 18 000 This new engine was built in 2008 by Philip Pearson using a set of John Wyatt crankcases. 8.5 1 Omega pistons sit on top of a set of Carillo connecting rods and Megacycle Mk 2 cams control the breathing the mixture being supplied by Dell O rto PHF 32 A carburettors and Sprogley manifolds. A Surtees five speed close ratio gear cluster is fitted together with a Ducati clutch. A Miller dynamo is complemented by Lucas magneto. The engine was purchased by the vendor approximately two years ago and displayed in the house. It has remained un-run while in the vendors ownership. 1955 NSU SPORTMAX ENGINE REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A N A 786005R 15 ESTIMATE 6 000 7 000 Buyers of an NSU Sportmax had the option of purchasing a spare engine together with their machine. The engine offered number 786005R was originally supplied as a spare to Hazel and Moore the NSU agent for Sydney Australia together with a Sportmax that would see use in the hands of Eric Hinton and Jack Ahearn during the fifties and sixties. Purchased by the vendor in 1999 from Elmer McCabe of Australia it is presented in restored condition accompanied by correspondence from Elmer McCabe. 1998 EASY RIDER M50 MONKEY BIKE REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO S43 PNK 1000531 000946 16 ESTIMATE 500 800 6 For many people their first contact with a Chinese built motorcycle came in the guise of one of the Monkey Bike clones. Their ready availability and sensible cost has made them popular with those seeking a pit bike or tender to a camper van or yacht. This example dates from 1998 and has covered 173 kilometres. It was taxed and tested until February this year and is described as being in good condition throughout. It is offered with a Swansea V5C and was fitted with a new battery at the time of its last MOT test. c.1972 BULTACO PURSANG REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A PB10301604 M-8600433 This example of Francesco Bulto s off road design genius the Pursang is thought to be of 1972 vintage and is one of the more well known models produced by the Spanish manufacturer along with the Metralla GT road bikes and Sherpa trials irons of that era. Thought by contemporary riders to be Bulto s best looking dirt bike ever it also was considered a serious competitor in dirt track scrambles and moto-x. In what looks to be its original blue colour scheme the bike on display here seems to be in good usable condition. This motorcycle is ideal for use as it was intended in any of the numerous events presently organised for the classic off road rider. ESTIMATE 1 500 2 500 17 1947 DOUGLAS T35 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO Un-Reg T.B.A. T.B.A. The example offered was built up by the vendor and is essentially a T35 derived special with some interesting features. The engine is fitted with Honda pistons giving a significant increase in compression and consequently performance and the electrical system benefits from an uprated magdyno. The engine unit is not fitted with gaskets careful preparation of the mating surfaces resulting in an oil tight unit. The frame is equipped with one of three swinging arm conversions built by the works for the 1947 TT. It is described as being in good mechanical condition. ESTIMATE 2 000 3 000 18 1950 SUNBEAM S8 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO LNN 681 S82298 89176 The example offered was a barn find made during 1994 and is accompanied by all its tax discs and mot certificates since 1995. Described as being in good mechanical condition it has benefitted from a new Stewart Engineering clutch and reconditioned cylinder head. New exhaust downpipes have been fitted and the tyres are descried as good. It is accompanied by a Swansea V5C and original logbook in addition to the items previously mentioned. 7 ESTIMATE 2 000 3 000 19 1953 AMBASSADOR EMBASSY REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO STN 744 55310081 363A4916E 20 ESTIMATE 1 800 2 500 This lovely example is powered by a Villiers 6E engine displacing 197cc coupled to a three speed gearbox housed in a rigid frame with telescopic front forks. Its original owner covered 6 350 miles on the motorcycle between its purchase in 1953 and 1965 when it was laid up keeping a log of every journey. The vendor acquired the motorcycle in 1998 and undertook its restoration between 2008 and 2009. Currently on Sorn it is described as being in very good condition in all respects by the vendor and is offered with a Swansea V5C a dating certificate and the record of its previous journeys. 1968 BENELLI SPRITE REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO EUG670F 440598 10605 21 ESTIMATE 2 000 3 000 The machine offered a 1968 Benelli Sprite Sport Special of 125cc has recently benefitted from being restored. The engine is described by the vendor as running faultlessly and the transmission has been overhauled. The electrical system was rewired where required and is now considered to be in very good condition. Where possible the original nuts and bolts were replated or replaced with stainless items and the paintwork has been repainted. The brightwork has been refurbished or replated where required and the suspension overhauled. It is offered with a Swansea V5C. 1978 YAMAHA DT125MX REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO NFC248S 2A6-015002 2A6-015002 22 ESTIMATE 1 500 2 500 8 This super example of the DT125 is from a private collection of off road competition machines and looks to be in mostly very good cosmetic condition not apparently having had a hard life. The classic yellow and black paintwork sets off its purposeful lines perfectly. It is easy to see why these machines as with similar examples from the period by Honda Suzuki etc. are so sought after to this day and command ever increasing prices for the best models. 1949 DOUGLAS MK4 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO Un-Reg T.B.A. T.B.A. The MKIII was introduced in 1949 and was quickly followed by the MK IV which differed from the Mk III in respect of the front mudguard which was no longer sprung and the introduction of cast alloy toolboxes. The machine offered was restored by the vendor during 2004 and has subsequently seen little use. The paintwork which at the time of restoration won awards is described as being in good condition however some of the plated parts would now benefit from attention. It is described as being in good mechanical condition and benefits from an uprated magdyno. ESTIMATE 3 500 4 500 23 1955 VILLOF 125 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO Un-Reg VD 1086 VD1251316 Attractively presented in black with grey blue tank panels the pretty example offered dates from 1955 and is clearly influenced by contemporary West German design. The engine which is built in unit with the foot operated gearbox appears to have been inspired by the RT DKW and displaces 125cc. The cycle parts feature plunger rear suspension and telescopic forks and the wheels are equipped with full width hubs. It was restored by its then Spanish owner prior to entering his collection before being purchased by an English collector in 2010. The vendor acquired it in 2013 and describes it as being in good condition throughout. ESTIMATE 1 500 2 000 24 1969 HONDA SS125A REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO OCJ 86G SS125A113935 SS125AE114009 The example offered has benefitted from a comprehensive restoration that has seen the engine and gearbox being overhauled with new gaskets and seals employed and a new clutch fitted. The bright work has been re-plated or re-chromed and the machines paintwork has been refinished throughout. A new wiring loom supplied by CSM ensures that the electrical system functions properly and the cycle parts were overhauled with new old stock items being fitted where required. Described as running smoothly this extremely attractive machine is offered with a Swansea V5C. 9 ESTIMATE 2 500 3 500 25 1953 NORTON INTERNATIONAL REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO 316 UXH J12254383 P118973 26 ESTIMATE 11 000 13 000 Described as running well it is fitted with an alloy fuel tank and an alloy central oil tank together with a Brooklands can. The electrical system and transmission are all described by the present owner as being in good condition following the rebuild as are the cosmetics. It is accompanied by a Swansea V5C. This machine was built using a 1953 bolt up Norton Wideline Featherbed frame housing a 500cc Model 30 Norton International engine by its previous retired engineer owner over a five year period. Power is transmitted to the four speed gearbox via a Manx clutch and an Amal TT9 carburettor regulates the mixture. 1956 BSA DB32 GOLD STAR REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A CB325204 DB32GS160 27 ESTIMATE 7 000 8 000 or lack of fitted the revised engine design of the DB resulted in an increase in power output of about 2bhp in comparison to the previous CB. The machine offered is presented in racing specification and was acquired by the vendor in 1998 having previously formed part of a private collection. Described as being in very good condition it had benefitted from a restoration carried out by Nigel Everett whilst in its previous ownership and is accompanied by correspondence from Nigel Everett and a dating certificate. 10 The DB 32 represented the culmination in the development for the 350cc variant of the Gold Star and was only officially available as a catalogue model between 1955 and 1957 after that if a buyer wanted a 350cc machine they had to order a 500 and specify the 350cc engine as an option. As with previous variants the DB was initially offered in Clubmans scrambles road racing and touring forms although the tourer only lasted until the end of 1956. Developing between 30 and 32.5bhp at 7500rpm depending on the silencer EX-ROBERT DUNLOP 1998 HONDA RS125 ESTIMATE 15 000 18 000 28 Robert Dunlop s Isle of Man TT Winner The FIM had announced that from 1988 the 125cc Grand Prix class would be restricted to machines with a single cylinder engine and a maximum of 6 gears. Honda had campaigned a prototype machine during the 1987 season with Ezio Gianolo in the saddle of what was to become known to the world at large as the RS125 when a production version was offered for sale in 1988. In the years since the little Honda has won at all levels of competition from club races to Grand Prix. Although it has been subject to continual development and a major revision the model has remained true to the original design concept with a two-stroke power unit utilising reed valve induction housed in an alloy beam frame remaining a constant. 1990 had seen the introduction of a braced swinging arm and a move to magnesium wheels in place of the spoked items previously employed. These changes were followed for the 1991 season by an increase in carburettor size to 38mm revisions to the engine and improved suspension front and rear. The next three seasons saw detail improvements before a more radical revision took place in 1995 when a balancer shaft cassette type gearbox and a rising rate monoshock were adopted. Little changed for the 1996 season but for 1997 a new cylinder cylinder head exhaust system and ignition system were adopted to cope with the use of unleaded fuel. 11 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A T.B.A. T.B.A. The 1998 example offered was purchased by the vendor from Robert Dunlop s sponsor P J O Kane at the end of the 1998 season. The machine had taken Robert to his last TT victory in the 1998 Ultra Lightweight 125cc TT subsequent outings to the Island seeing a best result of third place in the 2000 Ultra Lightweight. The machine also took Robert to victory in the 1998 Ulster Grand Prix and the Carrowdore 100 setting the fastest lap on both occasions. It is offered in the livery as raced by Robert and is described as being in ready to race condition. EX-TERRY HILL 1947 BSA XB31 TRIALS WORKS 29 ESTIMATE 9 000 11 000 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO ex-Terry Hill Guided by Bert Perrigo who himself achieved considerable success in off road competition the BSA works team was in the post war years a force to be reckoned with being able as they were to hire the best riders available in significant numbers giving the team a depth of talent that others could only envy. BSA works riders were provided with machines that although apparently similar to the production models had benefited from the works magic wand being passed over them differing significantly in detail. LOH 42 is one such machine. It was provided to the well known Irish trials and road racing star Terry Hill to ride in the 1949 British Experts Trial held at Exeter alongside other BSA works stars such as Bill Nicholson Fred Rist and eventual sidecar class winner Harold Tozer. Entering the last stage of the trial Terry Hill was sharing the lead with Matchless mounted Artie Ratcliffe who had won the trial the previous year at Skipton. The Bradford rider was the first to enter the final stage unfortunately taking it in the wrong direction despite cleaning it. The organisers allowed him to retake the stage in the correct direction with another clean having seen Terry Hill drop a couple of dabs that relegated him to second place. Bert Perrigo was sufficiently impressed with the Irishman s performance to give him the bike and the not inconsiderable sum of 1 000 establishing a relationship 12 N A XB318376L BB318426 that would exist between Terry and the BSA works that would only end with the arrival of a Bultaco in 1965. The machine at the time of the British Experts was displacing 350cc although according to Albert Clarke Terry s mechanic Terry converted it to 500cc once back in Ireland gaining considerable success in both Irish trials and major events such as the Scottish Six Days. BSA supplied Terry with a C15 following its introduction which ultimately resulted in the big beeza being retired form competition use although Terry continued to use the machine outside of competition regularly taking it to the Island to use as a tender and to ride the course prior to competing in the 250cc TT on an NSU. The Registration Number LOH 42 was Terry s personal number and would subsequently adorn the little 250 and the later Spanish two stroke. LOH 42 is presented today in lovely condition having been restored to a high standard. It now displaces its original 350cc s and displays many of the refinements peculiar to the works bikes. It is offered with a DVD of Albert Clarke discussing Terry s career in general and the BSA in particular. 1951 VINCENT BLACK SHADOW ESTIMATE 65 000 75 000 30 One owner from new Vincent HRD were in the happy position of producing the worlds fastest production motorcycle in the form of the Rapide however and despite the Rapide s performance potential in standard form the company was subjected to requests for a higher performance machine. Most enthusiasts looking at the specifications of the Rapide power unit recognised that it was endowed with a mild state of tune if 45bhp and 110mph was available from an engine with a 6.45 1 compression ratio being fed by two comparatively small 1 1 16 carburettors imagine the results that a higher compression ratio and larger carburettors would bring. These thoughts were also held by Phil Vincent who viewed a machine that was possessed with an abundance of power as being his ideal allowing the rider to set the pace rather than being constrained by the machines limitations. With a chassis approaching his ideal already there to be exploited the production of his ultimate motorcycle was a realistic goal unfortunately other members of the Stevenage hierarchy disagreed arguing that sales of the proposed machine would be achieved at the expense of the Rapide. Fortunately for enthusiasts PCV was not one to let boardroom opposition stand in his way he told the press of the imminent release of the new model and authorised the production of prototype machines which used the experience gained with Gunga Din Cliff and George Brown s race machine to achieve the desired level of performance for the new machine dubbed the Black Shadow. The increase in performance over the Rapide 13 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO RFC 447 RC8069B F10 AB 1B6169 was achieved with a higher compression ratio of 7.3 1 and 1 1 8th carburettors. Ports were polished and the engine was effectively blueprinted at the production stage ensuring optimum performance. Stronger ribbed front drum brakes were employed which also offered a greater surface area for heat dissipation. The engine cases primary drive case gearbox and magneto cowl were finished in a high gloss black enamel. In all other respects the Black Shadow shared its cycle parts with the Rapide initially being offered in Series B form with Brampton girder forks before evolving into the Series C fitted with Girdraulic forks and offered alongside the B series machines during 1948 49 before taking over completely from 1950. The example offered was first registered on the 2nd April 1951 in the name of the well known Oxford dealers Kings Motors who subsequently sold the machine to a Mr Robert Stanley. Inexplicably he did not take delivery of the machine resulting in it being sold to the present owner on the 4th January 1952 by Kings. Described by the vendor as being in very good original condition throughout it is offered with a Swansea V5C and an earlier V5 original buff log book a parts list riders handbook instruction book various cables and a tyre pump together with a dating certificate. 1937 VELOCETTE KSS REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO 837 UYE MS3615 KSS8212 31 ESTIMATE 12 000 14 000 1000 a year until the thirties depression so affected sales of luxury and performance bikes that the company had to refocus efforts on the less expensive 2 stroke and overhead valve powered roadsters. The example offered dates from 1937 and has been the subject of a full restoration carried out over the last two years. Described as being in good condition in all respects following the restoration this attractive machine has recently been inspected by Rodger Franklin a Velocette Owners Club official. It is offered with an owners instruction book manual and Swansea V5C. The overhead cam KSS was designed to appeal to the rider seeking a sporting road machine. The overhead cam 350cc Velocette engine came into being in 1925 and within twelve months had won its first Junior TT fitted in a new frame designated KSS. The effect of the win made the machine so popular and demand so phenomenal that Velocette had to invest in a new factory to keep pace. Situated at Hall Green the Birmingham facility then became the home of Velocette for many years to follow. K series engines were produced here at the rate of around 1969 TRIUMPH T100C TIGER REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO VUK102H 36546 36546 32 ESTIMATE 8 000 9 000 The example offered was first registered in the UK during 2004 having been repatriated from the States at which time it had recorded only 225 miles on the odometer a figure that has now increased to 429. The machine is according to the vendor a 100% original as new condition. The bike won Best in Class at the 2010 Footman James NEC Show and was invited to the Stafford Show as result confirming its excellent condition. It is offered today with a Swansea V5C and is currently on Sorn. 14 429 miles from new Aimed squarely at the US market the T100C provided buyers with a machine capable of providing stylish day to day transport or with a few modifications competing in off road events. It was endowed with a distinctive high level exhaust system sump guard and a small five and a half inch headlamp. Options offered by the factory included the provision of trials universal tyres in place of the standard Dunlop K70 s. 1936 NSU 501 SS ESTIMATE 13 000 15 000 During the first half of the thirties a pair of overhead cam singles represented NSU in competition. Typed the 501SS and 601SS the machines had a distinctly English appearance hardly surprising given that they were created by former Norton designer Walter Moore. Moore had joined the Bracebridge Street company in 1924 and had overseen Norton s competition efforts during his stay with the firm. In 1927 he had designed the first cammy Nortons for the works team. When the new machines made their debut at the 1927 TT first Stanley Woods and then Alec Bennett led the race both by a considerable margin until both were forced to retire due to clutch problems. With the design proven on the track production versions were quick to follow with the CS1 490cc model making its debut at the 1928 Show quickly joined by the 348cc CSJ. NSU had been endeavouring to secure Moore s services for a number of years and succeeded at the end of 1929 with Moore joining the German company for 1930 taking his camshaft design with him to create the 501 and 601 Supersports. Built between 1930 and 1935 the two models were equipped with a four speed gearbox Bosch magneto hairpin valves and a Fischer Amal carburettor. The engine dimensions for the 501SS were different to those employed by the CS1 with a bore and stroke of 15 33 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A 1104808 160741 80 x 99mm giving a capacity of 494cc (the CS1 having retained the traditional Norton bore and stroke of 79 x 100mm to give a 490cc displacement) whilst the 601 had a 592cc displacement. The cycle parts were typical of the period with a rigid frame and girder forks. Both models met with considerable success in Europe with the team being led by Tommy Bullus although they were never able to match the works Nortons designed by Arthur Carroll at the TT. Walter Moore remained at NSU until the eve of the Second World War returning to the UK in 1939. This example of the 501SS variant had formed part of a static collection for approximately four years prior to its purchase by the vendor two years ago. Although it was presented to a high cosmetic standard at the time of purchase it required some mechanical attention including a gearbox rebuild to return it to use which the vendor undertook. Its mechanical condition now reflects its cosmetic presentation and it has seen use at events such as Varano in 2013. 1938 DKW SS 250 SPLIT SINGLE 34 ESTIMATE 100 000 120 000 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO The 1920 s marked a period of astonishing growth for the Zschopau based DKW company who by the end of the decade could claim to be the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world employing approximately 20 000 people however the rapid growth left the company in a vulnerable position when the depression hit forcing a merger between DKW Audi (already owned by DKW) Horch and Wanderer to form Auto Union AG in 1932. The new company pursued an aggressive competition policy with Auto Union cars becoming a familiar and spectacular sight in automotive Grand Prix. DKW as the only motorcycle manufacturer within the group and with some racing experience gained during the 1920 s sought glory on two wheels. Hermann Weber designed a new split single supercharged two stroke engine with the aid of August Prussing. The new 250cc class machine mounted the cylinder vertically with the superchargers cylinder in front of the crankcases and formed the basis for the companies astonishing success throughout the 1930 s. By 1939 DKW had the largest racing department in the world with a 150 engineers and could look back on a decade that had seen them secure among a host of successes in races and lap records the first German victory on the Isle of Man when they won 1938 Junior TT with a machine piloted by Ewald Kluge. 16 N A T.B.A. 429363 1938 DKW SS 250 SPLIT SINGLE ESTIMATE 100 000 120 000 1935 saw the introduction of their first over the counter racer offered in very limited production form to select riders with the announcement of the SS250 at that year s Berlin Show quickly followed by a 350cc version the SS350. The SS series machines retained the water cooled split single construction employed by the works bikes. The supercharger cylinder protruded from the front of the crankcases between the frames twin downtubes with the mixture being fed to the engine by a pair of carburettors via a disc valve. Girder forks were complemented by plunger type rear springing. This example was purchased by the owner in 1997 from Holland and entrusted to German DKW specialist Bernd Kohler for restoration. At the time the frame was either damaged or had been modified and was rebuilt around the bottom tube to restore it to original specification. Although the majority of the major components were present and in good condition a number of new components were made to return the machine to running order including a replacement supercharger piston rotary inlet valve pistons and apparently a new crankshaft. This extremely rare machine believed to be one of only six built by the factory is presented in good running order and accompanied by correspondence from the restorer together with photographs showing the restored engine and frame. 17 34 COTTON TELSTAR 35 ESTIMATE 7 000 8 000 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO Cotton Telstar was the first Villiers Starmaker powered racing bike to debut to the public. Its origins lay in a scrambler converted to racing specification by Peter Vallis during 1962 prompting the Gloucester company to develop a dedicated road racer. Cotton undertook much of the development work required to convert the Starmaker into a viable road race engine and signed Derek Minter to ride the works bike in the 1963 season. Development throughout the 1963 season saw performance improve with reliability following a narrowing powerband necessitated a revised gearbox with the works bike adopting a six speed gearbox in June 1964. In production form the Telstar retained the four speed gearbox however one other machine is known to have run a six speed item in the form of the Frank Higley sponsored Telstar raced by Bill Ivy. The example here is believed to be that machine the bare bones of the bike having been purchased by Mr Frank Hawkins from a Reading based motorcycle breakers that had purchased the contents of Higley race shop following his death. As purchased by Mr Hawkins the machine consisted of little more than a frame and swinging arm however advertisements placed in OBM slowly resulted in parts being purchased that enabled the machine to be rebuilt to its former glory. A new six speed 18 N A 66 2225H-834E947 gear Cluster was purchased from Fluff Brown and handed to Eric Stroud together with the Starmaker engine parts for a rebuild Eric Stroud having been responsible for the machine originally. A set of short Norton Roadholder forks with Manx internals were acquired as was a suitable alloy top yoke. An eight inch Oldani front hub and brake was fitted complemented by a British Hub Company rear hub both laced to Akront rims. With the project nearing completion Mr Hawkins who had competed on the Island in the Manx Grand Prix sought an entry for himself and the machine in 1997 TT parade unfortunately this did not come to pass due to an over subscription so somewhat disheartened Mr Hawkins sold the machine to the present owner following its completion. It is presented in excellent condition reflecting the quality of the restoration and is offered with correspondence from Mr Hawkins outlining his and the motorcycle s history. EX-PHIL READ 1971 YAMAHA TD2 ESTIMATE 30 000 35 000 36 ex-Phil Read World Championship In their quest for victory riders have sought to gain an advantage wherever possible often turning to tuning or specialist components in the search for that elusive edge. The Yamaha TD2 undoubtedly had the performance as the 1970 results demonstrated with the model securing victory in 11 of the 12 World Championship races rapidly establishing itself as the must have machine in the class. With all of the top riders competing on similar machinery the slightest improvement in machine performance could make all the difference. Towards the end of 1970 Phil Read commissioned Eric Cheney to build a frame for his TD2B which he would run under the Team Phil Read Castrol banner during the coming season thus addressing one area of perceived weakness in the standard machine. The new frame number 101 was equipped with Paul Dunstall telescopic forks and front disc brake and a Lockheed rear disc brake. This machine together with a second bike built to the same specification was built and tuned by Ferry Brouwer during the winter of 1970 71 finishing the motorcycles in the traditional Yamaha white and red livery. History attributes the engine tuning to Helmut Fath a fact supported by correspondence from Phil Read however in a letter supplied with the motorcycle Ferry Brouwer suggests that Helmut Fath s input was confined to the dry clutch modification complemented by a Rod Quaife six speed gear cluster fitted to the sister machine built using the second frame. Both machines employed Krober ignition systems. 19 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A 101 900172 Phil Read secured his fifth World Championship using this machine with wins in the West German British and Dutch Grand Prix helping him to a total points score of 73 for the season five more than his nearest challenger Rod Gould on the works supported Yamaha. Phil also won the 1971 Lightweight 250 TT at an average speed of 98.02 mph lapping at over 100mph. Phil continued to use the machine during the 1972 season winning the French Grand Prix at ClermontFerrand the British Grand Prix which that year was the TT and the East German Grand Prix. He had managed to lead MV Agusta mounted Giacomo Agostini in the 500cc race at Clermont-Ferrand aboard the Yamaha Cheney resulting in an invitation to ride for the MV in the 350 and 500 classes. Little is known of its history until 1996 when it was sold by Phil Cotton to the present owner although a previous owner had fitted the big Yamaha front drum brake in place of the Dunstall disc originally employed preferring the drums looks. This historic and significant machine is presented in lovely condition resplendent in its original livery the original Yamaha fairing is supplied with the machine which is also accompanied by the letters from Phil Read Ferry Brouwer and Phil Cotton together with a period photograph of Phil Read holding the frame. 1975 TRIUMPH T160 TRIDENT REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO ORC611P T160NN06752 T160NN06752 37 ESTIMATE 7 000 8 000 revised with a new fuel tank and side panels and a new exhaust system that featured a split central exhaust pipe giving the impression of a 4 into 2 system. The extremely attractive example offered dates from 1975 has benefitted from a full restoration carried out by its current owner. The brightwork and paintwork are described as being in good condition as is the electrical system and transmission and the engine is described as running perfectly following the restoration. It is offered with a Swansea V5C. Trident production had ceased during the autumn of 1973 and production did not recommence until the spring of 1974 by which time it had become apparent that the triple was in need of a face lift if it was to compete with the new superbikes emerging from Japan. A new version was announced in 1975 typed the T160. In the revised form the Trident adopted the inclined cylinder engine previously used by the BSA Rocket 3 and equipped with a rear disc brake to compliment the unit at the front. The styling was 1950 VINCENT COMET REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO GWM 628 RC 1 6790 F5AB 2A 4890 38 ESTIMATE 22 000 24 000 full restoration carried two years ago and has subsequently recorded 400 miles. It was originally supplied to the Liverpool Vincent dealers Reynolds on the 23rd September 1950 selling it to William Wragg of Stffordshire in November of 1950. Described as being in good condition in all respects and having recently benefitted from a service this example is offered with a Swansea V5C an original log book a Vincent Owners Club Certificate of Authenticity and a copy of the works record card. It benefits from the fitment of a Hill centre stand. 20 Introduced in 1949 and only available in Series C form the Vincent Comet and Meteor was to the single cylinder motorcycle range what the Black Shadow and Rapide were to the twins. Conceived as a high speed sporting single the Comet was built to represent the ultimate stage in the development of the production 500cc motorcycle. Vincent were renowned for their exacting standards and offered many of the same features and refinements from their twin cylinder models on their more affordable single cylinder range. The example offered was the subject of a EX-ROB MCELNEA 1983 SUZUKI XR41 ESTIMATE 30 000 35 000 39 Rob McElnea s Isle of Man TT Winner This machine was ridden to victory in the 1983 Isle of Man TT in the hands of Rob McElnea at which time it was fitted with a GSX1000 engine with pairing returning to the Island again in 1984 although the machine now wore a different livery. It is therefore the last machine raced on the Isle of Man by Rob McElnea. A change in regulations for the 1985 season resulted in the GSX1000 engine being replaced by an air cooled GSX 750 R engine containing a number of Yoshimura and factory tuning components. Frame number GSX1000R - 303 was campaigned in this form in UK National International and World F1 races by Mick Grant and Graeme McGregor before being retired at the end of the season. It was purchased by George Beale in 1986 directly from Suzuki GB who retained the machine for a number of years before selling it to an Irish collector. While in the current owner s hands the machine has benefited from some sympathetic renovation while maintaining the machine s originality. The chassis and suspension were stripped and cleaned with the front forks receiving new seals. The brakes were overhauled with new seals being fitted. The vendor notes that the rear calliper will require new pads if the machine is used and that the original tyres will need replacing. 21 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A GS1000R-303 GSX750ESR84001F The engine was striped and given a light overhaul to ensure that it was safe to run and the paintwork was tidied up where needed whilst seeking to maintain as far as possible the machine s originality. It has subsequently been started and run but not ridden. The vendor notes that the exhaust header pipes to the silencer are made of titanium contributing to the motorcycle s overall lightness. It is offered with letters from George Beale and former Suzuki GB race engineer Robert Bolton confirming its history together with an engine specification sheet from the 1984 Zolder F1 meeting. 1951 VINCENT RAPIDE COMBINATION 40 ESTIMATE 28 000 32 000 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO The pre-war Series A Rapide offered a level of performance unrivalled by the vast majority of its peers however the vee-twin engine configuration resulted in a long wheelbase endowing the machine with slow albeit stable handling. The Stevenage based company promised a revised model in their wartime advertising which would address this issue together with the cluttered appearance of the engine due to the external oil lines that gave it the plumber s nightmare nickname. The result was promised to be fast capable of cruising at 100mph with exemplary handling and braking a high degree of rider comfort and easy maintenance. The solutions adopted in order to achieve these aims were radical. The full cradle frame was discarded with the engine becoming an integral part of the machine. A fabricated oil tank incorporated the headstock mounting to the engine. At the rear of the engine brackets provided pick up points for the cantilever suspension system. Brampton girder forks were employed at the front although their limitations were recognised and their subsequent replacement by Girdraulic units defined the Series C variants. A gearbox built in unit with the engine further aided the reduction in wheelbase in comparison to the Series A machines. The lubrication system for the engine was refined improving the appearance of the unit and aids to maintenance were incorporated 22 LYV 310 RC16964 R2343 F10AB163148 into the design such as wheels that could be removed without the aid of tools. Twin drum brakes were employed on both wheels endowing it with exceptional braking. Vincents proved popular with those seeking a high performance sidecar tug the Girdraulic forks offering alternative geometry settings for sidecar use with the German Steib being a sought after partner matching the Vincent s quality. The example offered has been in its current owner s possession for the last three years. The crankcases are numbered R R 210 and the rear subframe bears a Rapide number. The top frame member oil tank is from a Comet. It is described by the vendor as being in good mechanical condition with the electrical system which benefits from the addition of an electric starter and transmission being described as OK and the cosmetics fair. It is partnered by a Steib single seat sports sidecar finished in black with red upholstery and offered with a screen and tonneau cover. The motorcycle is fitted with a contemporary half fairing and offered with a Swansea V5C and green log book. 1960 VELOCETTE VENOM REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO 203 RE RS13722 VR2559 ESTIMATE 5 000 6 000 The machine offered was purchased by the vendor in June 1993 having previously been campaigned at Thruxton at which time it was fitted with a cut away fuel tank and an Amal Monobloc. The engine number indicates that it left the factory as a 350 Viper. The vendor entrusted Goodman Engineering to return the machine to road legal Clubman trim at which time new forks were fitted together with touring handlebars. Inspection revealed a number of issues necessitating a full rebuild of the engine and gearbox and the replacement of items such as the 41 wheel bearings. It was returned to Goodman Engineering in 1997 for a service and again in 1999 when new wheels and tyres were fitted and the electrical system was uprated to 12-volts. Since then it has recorded approximately 1 300 miles and subsequently been stored in a dehumidified garage. The vendors interest is now focused on another marque prompting his decision to sell this machine which he describes as being in good condition throughout the only known defect being a shrunken cork in the fuel tap. It is offered with a Swansea V5C and a dating certificate. 1974 YAMAHA TZ350A REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO N A 991942 N A ESTIMATE 15 000 18 000 During the 1972 season Yamaha s works riders campaigned machines in the 250cc and 350cc classes that utilised liquid cooling and which acted as prototypes for the following season s production racers. The liquid cooling employed on the new TZ s sought to address the Achilles heel of the TR3 TD3 air cooled racers - their propensity to nip-up - and established a line of racing machinery whose success is unparalleled in motorcycle road racing history. The A series model s newly developed engine offered 23 42 a claimed 60bhp at 10 000 rpm with drive via a six speed gearbox. The cycle parts were essentially the same as those successfully employed by the previous air-cooled racers with a twin cradle frame equipped with drum brakes and twin rear shock absorbers. The example offered is presented to a very high standard throughout. It was previously owned by Neil Tuxworth who restored it and is described by the vendor as being in good condition both mechanically and cosmetically. 1955 VINCENT BLACK KNIGHT 43 ESTIMATE 45 000 50 000 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO 1950 marked the high point in sales for the Vincent marque with 2800 examples leaving the factory however by 1953 sales had fallen to a little over 450 machines. This decline in sales was responsible for the development of the Black Knight and its sister machines the Black Prince and Victor single. The company recognised that the technological advantage that their products had previously enjoyed was being eroded. Rear suspension had become common place with all of the major manufacturers offering it in one form or another electrical systems had improved greatly and the introduction of 650cc twins had blunted the Vincent s performance advantage. Phil Vincent understood the need to revise the range but sought to do so in such a way that would maintain the Vincent s position as an innovative machine thus the new machines would not simply be a refinement of the existing Series C range but would mark a radical change in direction for the Stevenage product. A number of mechanical refinements were introduced and the electrical system was uprated to include a 60 watt dynamo the components now being sourced from Lucas. Amal Monobloc carburettors replaced the remote float chamber items previously employed aiding starting and fuel economy. However it was the decision to employ full enclosure that would define the Series D machines. The machines featured a full front mudguard and rear enclosure that hinged upwards to facilitate rear wheel removal. The sidepanels incorporating the legshields were mounted 24 EEJ 501 RD12910F F10AB2B11010 to integrated crash bars and were carefully shaped to channel air to the cylinders. A half fairing and screen incorporating a dashboard mounting a three inch Smiths speedometer completed the enclosure. Contemporary road tests reported on the excellent weather protection provided and the consequent increase in rider comfort however the nature of the snarling beast was fundamentally altered and the conservative nature of motorcyclists resulted in many expressing admiration but comparatively few purchasing them a problem that was compounded due to the delay in availability of machines arising 1955 VINCENT BLACK KNIGHT ESTIMATE 45 000 50 000 from quality issues encountered with the mouldings. Today Black Knights and Princes are highly sought after with the Knight being the scarcer of the two. This example of the Black Knight benefited from a full restoration to original specification carried out by the current owner in 2011. Described as being in perfect condition throughout following the restoration this lovely machine is offered with a Swansea V5C an original log book and a dating certificate. The vendor became aware of the machine when in 1989 the then VOC Registrar told him that he thought he had been contacted by the owner of the First Lightning . A visit by the vendor to Buenos Aires confirmed that it was indeed the first Lightning and following its purchase it was returned to the UK to undergo a seven year rebuild using the Works Order Form as a reference for the specification. Following its completion it has been used in parades such as the VOC lap of the TT course in 2007 and secured the Best Vincent award at the club s Annual Rally in 2000 and Best in Show at the 2005 Stafford Classic Bike Show. Accompanied by an MOT certificate valid until the 26th June 2013 a road fund licence valid until the end of June 2013 and a Swansea V5C this significant machine is road legal seeing occasional use on the road. A Vincent Owners Club dating certificate is provided with the motorcycle noting that it has had a replacement frame together with a copy of the Works Order Form. 25 43 EX-JOHN SURTEES & MIKE HAILWOOD 1955 NSU SPORTMAX 44 ESTIMATE 50 000 55 000 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO ex-John Surtees & Mike Hailwood NSU announced their withdrawal as a factory entrant from racing at the end of the 1954 season leaving an apparent void in the 250cc field for the coming season. They did however announce the release of a new single cylinder 250cc racer the Sportmax that would be made available to privateers for the coming season. The new machine displaced 247cc with engine dimensions of 69mm x 66mm which with a compression ratio of 9.8 1 resulted in a power output of 28bhp at 9 000rpm. An Amal GP carburettor metered the fuel and air mixture into the engine with the geared primary drive to the four speed in unit gearbox. A pressed steel backbone frame equipped with a swinging arm and pressed steel leading link forks both controlled by hydraulic shock absorbers constituted the chassis and 210mm drum brakes retarded the machine. The machine offered is arguably the most historically significant example of the breed having been used by both John Surtees and Mike Hailwood to secure their first Grand Prix results. It was purchased by John Surtees in 1955 using the machine to win races at Crystal Palace and Silverstone in addition to his victory at the Ulster Grand Prix which represented his first World Championship Grand Prix win. It is not clear if he used it during the 1956 season but towards the end of 1957 he sold the machine to Stan 26 N A 215517RS T.B.A. Hailwood. Stan employed the well known race technician Bill Lacey to prepare the bike for Mike to race. The NSU and Mike were despatched by Stan together with experienced racer Dave Chadwick as mentor to South Africa for the winter to gain experience a period that saw Mike win every race he contended securing lap records at every track in the process. On its return to the UK the machine was finished in the distinctive red Ecurie Sportive livery ready for the 1958 season. During the season Mike aged 18 achieved 34 podium places EX-JOHN SURTEES & MIKE HAILWOOD 1955 NSU SPORTMAX ESTIMATE 50 000 55 000 including 25 wins gaining his first World Championship points and his first podium finish at the TT in the 1958 250 TT in the process. Mike used the machine for only a few races during the 1959 season finishing first or second on every occasion. Its history becomes a little unclear after 1959 prior to it appearing in the shop of the well known rider and dealer Bill Smith. By this time NSU number 17 had been returned to the factory standard black livery. It was purchased by the Essex based collector Roy Jackson during the sixties who reconditioned the machine retaining it until 1995 when it was sold to the present owner. The new owner commissioned the well known Sportmax specialist Harold Nuttall to restore the machine in 1996 during which red paint was clearly visible under the black finish of the frame. It is presented today resplendent in the Ecurie Sportive livery and accompanied by correspondence from Roy Jackson and a picture of Tommy Robb on the bike at the Isle of Man in 1996. A replacement seat is currently fitted to the machine although the original unit which is in good condition is included with it. This machine s historical significance cannot be underestimated contributing as it did to two of this country s most celebrated riders early successes and being the only non Honda machine from the early period with proven Mike Hailwood provenance. 27 44 EX-GENE ROMERO 1974 YAMAHA TZ750A 45 ESTIMATE 50 000 55 000 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO Gene Romero s Daytona 200 Winner Intended to compete with the likes of the Suzuki TR750 and Kawasaki KR750 the Yamaha TZ750A production racer was launched in March 1974. Displacing just 694cc its water-cooled two-stroke four-cylinder engine produced 90bhp 10 500rpm. Tempered by twin rear shock absorbers its swing-arm frame also cradled a six-speed gearbox. Weighing just 157kg it proved phenomenally quick but was upstaged the following year by the arrival of an improved B version. Bored out to 747cc (though reputedly only after the initial forty-six TZ750Bs had been assembled) the newcomer also boasted a higher capacity water pump gusseted exhaust system expansion chambers and a strengthened chain tensioner. Credited with 105bhp 10 500rpm it was honed by such greats as Kel Carruthers Giacomo Agostini and Kenny Roberts. The following year saw a change in code to TZ750C but little change to the machine itself. The machine offered 409000295 had been ridden to victory by Gene Romero at Daytona his only success at the iconic race in March of 1975. It is possible that it had originally been allocated to Kenny Roberts in early 1974 however it is certain that it was used by Romero during the latter part of 1974 into 1975. Following his success at Daytona Romero was in action in the UK for the Transatlantic match race series. Shortly after its Daytona victory 409000295 was purchased by the famous Chester based dealer and racer Bill Smith together with a number of other 28 N A 409000295 T.B.A. competition machines from Kel Carruthers and is believed to have entered the UK in April 1975. Bill rode the bike at the TT in June 1975 before sponsoring Eddie Roberts who rode the machine at the Ulster Grand Prix in August. In correspondence supplied with the machine from Eddie Roberts he describes his trepidation at the prospect of riding one of the fastest machines on one of the fastest circuits and his growing affection for the machine following practice. During the race he got a good start and was in contention for the lead with Roger Marshall and Percy Tait when fifth gear broke forcing his retirement. On its return to Chester it was repaired by former racer Steve Murray before being sold to Ulster sponsor Sam McClelland. Adrian Craig rode 409000295 for McClelland in the 1976 and 1977 Irish Championships winning them on both occasions. 409000295 was then sold to Jim Rush of Lisburn who then sold it to Rod Taylor of Rod Taylor Motorcycles in Donegal Pass Belfast. The machine was laid up by Rod Taylor in 1979 following Tom Herron s death not emerging until 1987 when it was purchased by Eddie Mateer of Ulster Speed Promotions who had kept track of this historic machine s whereabouts. Mateer subsequently sold the bike to Charlie Ferns to raise funds for his son EX-GENE ROMERO 1974 YAMAHA TZ750A ESTIMATE 50 000 55 000 David s racing activities. Mr Ferns commissioned John Weeden to restore 409000295 subsequently selling the machine to Tony Smith. In 2001 Mateer on hearing that Mr Smith was selling some motorcycles once again became 409000295 owner having inspected it to confirm the frame number and ensure that it retained the frame modifications carried out by the US team mechanic Don Vesco. The vendor acquired the motorcycle in March 2011 and following an inspection realised that although in very good cosmetic condition following its earlier restoration it required some mechanical attention. Water was found in the gearbox oil suggesting the seals needed replacing however further inspection revealed more serious problems. The main bearings were revolving in the cases prompting a search for a set of new old stock cases. The vendor took the decision to install a pair of new Titan crankshafts and Koyo bearings. New connecting rods were crowned with new pistons and rings and the barrels were refurbished. New reed valve blocks were fitted and the carburettors were overhauled. The transmission benefited from a new clutch basket and all the seals and bearings were replaced. Following the engine rebuild it was run on a dyno and subsequently gently at the Dunsfold Wings and Wheels event in 2012. The vendor cautions that the engine will require running in and gives precise starting instructions in the correspondence that accompanies this historic motorcycle. This historically significant machine is offered with correspondence confirming its impeccable provenance. 29 45 1947 DOUGLAS MK1 REG NO FRAME NO ENGINE NO 206 XUU 321 T355569 46 ESTIMATE 3 500 4 500 The example offered was professionally restored prior to its purchase by the vendor in 2010 and was declared as being first registered in 1989 on the Swansea V5C suggesting that it had undergone a period of inactivity. Described as being in good condition both mechanically and cosmetically it is offered with a Swansea V5C and a bill relating to the restoration. REGISTRATIONS ESTIMATE 7 500 - 8 500 R1 ESTIMATE 7 500 - 8 500 R2 ESTIMATE 7 500 - 8 500 30 R3 1960 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER CLOUD II REG NO CHASSIS 289 YUE SWC536 Finished in blue over grey with grey leather interior this Cloud II has been stored for approximately twenty years and is offered strictly as viewed as a spares car or a project for a brave restorer. We understand it is basically complete and that it was last running around twenty years ago. It is accompanied by a Swansea V5 document. NO RESERVE 1 1985 LAND ROVER NINETY 2.5 DIESEL REG NO CHASSIS B706CVL SALLDVAC7AA228177 Supplied new by Chandlers Farm Equipment on January 1st 1985 B706 CVL only entered the current (second) ownership in 2006. Treated to new rear cross members in 2010 it is variously rated by the vendor as good (bodywork black upholstery) good excellent (five-speed manual gearbox) good original (paintwork) or excellent (2.5-litre engine electrical equipment). Benefiting from power steering and warranted to have covered just 48 000 miles this notably early 90 is offered for sale with MOT certificate valid until August 13th 2014. ESTIMATE 3 500 4 500 2 1994 DAIMLER DOUBLE SIX REG NO CHASSIS M792MYR SAJDKALS3BR723161 Finished in Dark Blue with Cream leather upholstery this well-presented Double Six has an impressive maintenance history with no less than 18 stamps in its original service book from main dealer and independent specialists. Currently displaying a warranted 71 200 miles M792 MYR is rated by the vendor as excellent with regard to its V12 engine automatic transmission paintwork bodywork and interior trim. Riding on chrome-effect alloys this handsome Daimler will hopefully possess a fresh MOT by the time of sale. 31 ESTIMATE 5 000 6 000 3 1954 MERCEDES-BENZ 300 B SALOON REG NO CHASSIS Single family ownership from new PGP 104 186-011-45-0045 In the current family ownership from new PGP 104 apparently cost more to buy at 3 566 than the family farm on which it has resided for the last sixty years or so. Finished in White Grey with Grey leather upholstery and Green carpets the right-hand drive saloon has been off the road and barn stored since the 1970s. Understood to be substantially complete this rare Mercedes-Benz is offered for sale with original buff logbook and sundry paperwork. 4 ESTIMATE 7 500 9 500 1961 ALVIS TD21 TWO-SEATER SPECIAL REG NO CHASSIS 282 PKL 26584 5 ESTIMATE 10 000 14 000 In 2008 this potent special was fitted with an overhauled 1969 5.7 litre V8 Chevrolet Small Block 350 (parts including stage 2 camshaft pistons valves bearings etc. coupled to a virtually new Muncie 4-speed new Holley carburettor distributor alternator and starler motor) with competition use in mind. Due to a change of plans the car has seen little use and only on public roads. Built around a TD21 Series 2 chassis with aluminium body it features disc brakes stainless fuel tank and aluminium radiator Offered with Swansea V5 hood and sidescreens it is tax exempt and MoT d to August 2014. 1961 MERCEDES-BENZ 180 D REG NO CHASSIS BHT570A 120010-8507032 6 ESTIMATE 7 000 10 000 Entering the current ownership on 26th March 1989 BHT 570A was taken off the road and put into dry storage later that same year. Finished in Green with Red Green upholstery it is described by the vendor as being in good overall condition with regard to its engine four-speed manual gearbox bodywork paintwork electrical equipment and interior trim. A comparatively rare right-hand drive Ponton saloon which appears to have been fitted with a slightly later OM621.918 diesel engine BHT 570A is surely worth recommissioning. 32 1948 MORGAN 4 4 REG NO CHASSIS JYH 340 Not Found Although still recorded on the DVLA and HPi databases under the registration number JYH 340 this Morgan 4-4 has lain unclaimed on the vendor s farm for over twenty years. In need of total restoration it appears to be fitted with a Ford 1172cc sidevalve four-cylinder engine and separate four-speed manual gearbox. While the presence of a 0-8 000rpm Aquaplane rev counter and twin spare wheels hint at a competition past. Offered for sale with a quantity of spares but no documentation. NO RESERVE 7 1933 MORGAN THREE WHEELER REG NO CHASSIS APH 322 89 Although still recorded on the DVLA and HPi databases under the registration number APH 322 this Morgan 3-Wheeler has lain unclaimed on the vendor s farm for over twenty years. In need of extensive restoration it appears to be fitted with a water-cooled Matchless V-twin engine (MX2 673) and separate three-speed manual gearbox. Sporting a barrel back body the two-seater is self-evidently incomplete. Nevertheless it has the makings of a worthwhile project and is offered for sale with sundry spares but no documentation. NO RESERVE 8 MORGAN THREE WHEELER SPARES A collection of Morgan 3-Wheeler spares including what is believed to be a chassis as well as an air-cooled sidevalve JAP V-Twin engine torque tube rear wheel hub pair of front wings two gearboxes and three wire wheels. Offered for sale strictly as viewed and with no guarantee as to correct identification. NO RESERVE 33 9 1963 MG B COMPETITION ROADSTER Converted by Rae Davis during the mid late-1980s REG NO CHASSIS 7448 HJ GHN36543 10 ESTIMATE 12 000 15 000 Treated to a new crown wheel and pinion hi-torque starter motor roll cage rear wheel bearings and fire extinguishers some three years later 7448 HJ gained a reconditioned overdrive unit and engine refresh (45mm inlet valves full race camshaft baffled sump etc) during 2010. Last raced in the 2011 MGCC Peter Best Insurance Challenge 7448 HJ underwent some cosmetic fettling the following year and passed its last MOT test on 28th January 2014 with no advisories. Converted and raced by Rae Davis (then of Moto Build Ltd) during the mid late-1980s 7448 HJ achieved some memorable results including a first at Macau. A genuine 1963 narrow tunnel car it was used for several Manx Classics by next keeper Leslie Phillips and briefly belonged to veteran MGB campaigner Barry SiderySmith before entering the current ownership on 31st July 1999. Built by Oselli to Stage 3a specification its current 1950cc engine was fitted in 2006. 1948 NASH 4871 AMBASSADOR CUSTOM CABRIOLET 1 of just 50 known survivors (from 1 000 made) REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg R503919 11 ESTIMATE 25 000 - 35 000 chassis R503919 a through mechanical checkover the vendor variously considers it to be good (paintwork) very good (electrical equipment) very good original (bodywork interior trim) or excellent (3.8-litre OHV straight-six engine three-speed manual plus Borg Warner overdrive transmission). Highly collectible this flagship Nash is offered for sale with French carte grise assorted paperwork and photo depicting it alongside George Mason (then CEO of Nash Kelvinator). 34 According to its bill of sale chassis R503919 was supplied new via Melcher Nash of Elkhorn Wisconsin to Frank H. Kliebhen of Milwaukee on 15th November 1949. One of just 50 known survivors (from a 1 000-strong production run) the 5 6-seater was first acquired by the vendor - a major Nash collector in April 2008. Said to be a well-preserved car that has benefited from an older repaint replacement soft-top and careful maintenance the past six years have seen it rallied on both sides of the Atlantic. Having given 1954 TRIUMPH TR2 REG NO CHASSIS STA 715 TS4949 ESTIMATE 24 000 28 000 Introduced in 1953 the Triumph TR2 boasted genuine 100mph-plus performance and agile handling. Of the 8 628 TR2s built just 2 823 were made available to the home market. Entering the current ownership in 1989 as a runner with a MOT this particular example was reportedly stripped to a bare chassis some eleven years later ahead of an extensive nut and bolt renovation that lasted until 2005. Having covered just 544 post-restoration miles the Triumph is rated 12 by the vendor as excellent with regard to its factoryfitted 1991cc engine four-speed manual plus overdrive gearbox electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork (though he notes that the water temperature gauge is not original). Reunited with its initial STA 715 number plate in 2010 this delightful TR2 currently displays an unwarranted 92 000 miles and is offered for sale with historic class (free) road fund licence valid until 30th November 2014. 1954 MORGAN PLUS 4 REG NO CHASSIS TUA 858 P3085 ESTIMATE 25 000 30 000 We are advised this example of Morgan s iconic Plus 4 was restored around a new chassis in the 1990s and subsequently purchased by the vendor from long-term Morgan dealers and specialists Allon White Sports Cars. We understand the work was mainly carried out by Martyn Stendall and that it included the reconditioning of the engine reconditioning of the gearbox and the fitment of a new body shell frame including bulkhead wing valances and rear wings which were sourced from ex-Morgan stock. A new petrol tank floorboards and 35 13 new rear springs and shackles were also fitted and the instruments rebuilt by Melvyn Rutter. Finished in black with red leather and powered by the venerable 1991cc Triumph power plant fed by twin SU carburettors the car benefits from the fitment of a recent new hood and tonneau cover. In the current ownership since 2004 TUA 858 accompanied by a history file assorted invoices and old MoTs Swansea V5 document and MoT to 29th August 2014. C.1901 BELLE 6 8HP TONNEAU 14 ESTIMATE 16 000 20 000 REG NO CHASSIS From the Sharpe Family Collection and believed to be the only surviving example of a Belle Un-Reg N A Rarely do such historically significant discoveries come to market as what is believed to be the sole surviving example of E J Coles Belle Tonneau. Catalogued in Georgano s Complete Encyclopaedia of Motor Cars as being in production between 1901 and 1903 their manufacture according to The Automotor Journal of February 14th 1903 took place in Switzerland. Power was provided by a single-cylinder engine with final drive by double chains. Research indicates that both a 6hp and an 8hp model were available although the original model rating of this car is not known. To left-hand drive specification it has formed part of the Sharpe Family Collection since the early 1960s and has never been offered for sale during their custodianship. Unfortunately the engine is not present with the car which following its long period of storage is now ripe for restoration. At the time of going to press further research is ongoing but we have been advised by the vendor whose father purchased the car that it has always been referred to as a Belle car in the family. With traces of blue and yellow paint to the body and black leather interior it is offered for sale strictly as viewed without engine or documentation. This fascinating barnfind survivor from the dawn of motoring is accompanied by a photocopy of an original Belle Car sales brochure together with assorted copy period magazine articles. 36 1954 RILEY RAMSAY SP6 ESTIMATE 20 000 25 000 REG NO CHASSIS 15 HFV 554 RME23426 The property of Karl Ludvigsen Shortly after its completion the car was sold to a gentleman in Crewe from whom it passed to a coal merchant in Lincoln. Purchased by collector Karl Zachau in 1991 it remained in his ownership until 2000 when it was acquired by noted author and historian Karl Ludvigsen who has enjoyed it on numerous rallies and club events both in the UK and abroad. A recent trip around the Suffolk lanes confirms how tight and rattle-free the Riley SP6 feels whilst the performance is extremely impressive. The unique mascot - a bunny with a floppy ear feeling the wind - is most apt when the throttle is depressed. Those hankering for a contemporary Healey would not be disappointed. Featured in The Automobile in February 2011 amongst other publications this most attractive Riley is offered with its creator s original build notes and specification sheets together with assorted invoices Swansea V5 document and current MoT. This fascinating what-might-have-been was constructed by noted Stirlingshire motor engineer Denis Ramsay in the early 1980s. Some would say it is the sports two-seater Riley should have built after the war. Following a two-year build it was completed in 1983 its attractive aluminium body clothing an RM frame with a shortened wheelbase of 95in and underslung rear suspension. The upgraded Riley 2443cc engine was moved rearwards by 3 inches and mated to a fourspeed manual transmission. Cream coachwork complements the well-trimmed red leather interior which could easily be mistaken for the work of the Riley factory whilst the hood and side screens finished in red PVC stow neatly in the capacious boot. 37 1972 JENSEN INTERCEPTOR III 16 ESTIMATE 24 000 28 000 REG NO CHASSIS Restored by Richard Appleyard at a cost of 60 000 NLW565L 1284671 Jensen s striking replacement for the slant-eyed C-V8 first saw the light of day in 1966. It broke some of the firm s established traditions in that the design was outsourced - to Carrozzeria Touring - and the bodies were made of steel rather than glass reinforced plastic. The early shells were also built in Italy by Vignale prior to a production line being established at Jensen s plant in West Bromwich. Power was initially supplied by a 6276cc Chrysler V8 driving through either a four-speed manual or three-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission to an LSD-equipped Salisbury rear axle. The MKII model of 1969 brought revised frontal styling and ventilated disc brakes. Introduced at the October 1971 Earl s Court Motor Show the Interceptor III was visually distinguished by cast headlight surrounds GKN cast alloy wheels and 38 a comprehensively revamped interior and was produced in four Series - G H J and S4. By May 1972 the engines on RHD cars had been increased in capacity to a substantial 7212cc. A total of some 6 408 Interceptors were produced between 1966 and 1976. These distinctive-looking Grand Tourers were bought by celebrities as diverse as Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham British Foreign Secretary Lord Carrington and World Motorcycle Champion Phil Read. Though this 1972 MKIII has technically had five keepers the third one retained it from 1979 until last year when it was briefly owned by an investor. It was restored in 2004 by Richard Appleyard Engineering and comes with 60 000 worth of supporting invoices. The ten-year old Silver paintwork is teamed with the original nicely patinated Black interior and the vendor regards the V8 engine and automatic transmission as all good . An altogether fine looking example that comes with an MOT valid until October 1st tax to the end of next March and an indicated (but unwarranted) 43 000 miles displayed. 1937 PACKARD 120 DELUXE TOURING LIMOUSINE JAMES MANN ESTIMATE 18 000 22 000 REG NO CHASSIS 17 GMH 660 1090-1505 The property of the Sharpe Family Collection Having formed part of the renowned Sharpe Family Collection based at the Gables Service Station in Rayleigh Essex since the early 1970s this imposing limousine on the 138 wheelbase has never before been offered for sale since its acquisition. Powered by a 8-cylinder engine coupled to a manual three-speed gearbox the car has only ever been used on rare occasions whilst in their ownership and currently shows an unwarranted 68 000 miles on its odometer. Delivered via the UK agents Leonard Williams & Co on 20th July 1937 the history of the car prior to its purchase by the vendors is sadly unknown although 39 the engine number quoted on the logbook would suggest an engine change at some point in its life as it appears to date from c.1940. A right-hand drive example finished in maroon with black leather to the front seats and grey Bedford cord to the rear passenger compartment GMH 660 is described as being in good condition as regards its bodywork engine paintwork electrics gearbox and interior and should respond well to recommissioning work following its period of storage. Offered with Swansea V5 document. Please note the studio photographs illustrated were taken in 2005. 1932 LAGONDA 2 LITRE CONTINENTAL TOURER One of just 26 surviving 2-litre Continental models REG NO CHASSIS APR 886 0H10125 18 ESTIMATE 45 000 55 000 the car has been used for regular touring around both the UK and Europe. With a rich patina to the black bodywork and green leather interior very good engine and a recent hood and sidescreens this rare 2-litre Continental (only 26 are believed to survive out of a total production of 47 according to club records) is offered with Swansea V5 old-style logbook and VSCC Buff Form. The original head manifold and carburettor an Auto Vac and water pump body also accompany the car. Finished in black with green leather APR 886 has been in the current ownership since 1975. One of the last examples built in May 1932 it was delivered new to Guernsey before returning to England shortly before the outbreak of WW2. Used sparingly by the vendor up until 1993 when the car received a lot of fettling it was then used more regularly before having the engine reconditioned in 2002. At this time it was fitted with the desirable downdraught head conversion. Since this work was carried out 1961 DAIMLER SP250 DART REG NO CHASSIS 6995 JW 103721 19 ESTIMATE 12 000 15 000 C-Series guises just 2 645 are thought to have been made. First registered on 28th June 1961 and built to strengthened B-specification chassis 103721 entered the current ownership some twenty-six years later. Last on the road in 1991 it is variously rated by the vendor as original (bodywork paintwork interior trim) or believed good (engine four-speed manual gearbox electrical equipment). Riding on wire wheels this tempting Dart is offered for sale with V5 Registration Document and factory hardtop. 40 Launched at the 1959 New York Motor Show the Daimler SP250 was aimed primarily at the American market (hence its dramatic be-finned fibreglass bodywork). Powered by an Edward Turner designed 2548cc V8 engine allied to four-speed manual transmission it boasted 120mph performance. Suspension was independent with wishbones and coil springs at the front and a live axle hung on leaf springs at the rear. Braking was by hydraulically-operated discs all-round. Progressively refined through A- B- and 1971 FORD CAPRI 3000 GT REG NO CHASSIS FMU 8J BBECK610562 ESTIMATE 11 000 13 000 Ford s European pony car - inspired by the legendary Mustang and immortalised by the TV detective series The Professionals the Capri has a special place in many a car enthusiast s heart. MKI production ran from 1969 to 1974 and it was towards the end of the first year that the sporty 3000GT joined the range. Powered by the 2994cc V6 Essex powerplant it harboured 138bhp under its lengthy bonnet - sufficient for a 0-60mph time of 9.5 seconds and a 110mph top 20 speed. The time warp 1971 sale car has had just five owners and is understood to have remained within the same family for the first 20 years. Its original Black interior is complemented by excellent Yellow paintwork that was renewed in 2008. FMU 8J comes complete with stainless steel exhaust system original owner s handbook old MOTs invoices and an unfitted electronic ignition plus various magazine articles featuring the car in question. 1972 ROLLS-ROYCE CORNICHE DROPHEAD COUPE Coachwork by Mulliner Park Ward REG NO CHASSIS AWU344K DRH12730 ESTIMATE 25 000 28 000 First registered in Banbury Oxon in June 1972 this stylish Corniche drophead is attractively finished in black with black leather and carpets and displays just 60 713 miles on the odometer - a figure which is believed but not warranted to be correct. Purchased by the vendor in July 2007 the car has been used sparingly including the occasional trip to France and benefits from the recent fitment of 41 21 a new hood and exhaust system. We understand the air-con system has also been updated to a modern gas system. Offered with Swansea V5 MoT to September 2014 free road fund licence handbook service book assorted old MoT s back to 1998 original delivery note sundry invoices and an interesting notebook detailing journeys made between 1972 and 1978. 1976 FERRARI 308 GTB VETRORESINA 22 ESTIMATE 75 000 90 000 REG NO CHASSIS 1 of just 2 UK cars finished in Azzuro Dino VGV 91R F106AB 20265 The inexorable rise of Dino prices - the very best are now commanding close to 400 000 - has prompted a search for the next collectible investible small Ferrari. With its limited production run (808 cars) lightweight fibreglass bodywork carburettor-fed 3-litre V8 gorgeous Pininfarina styling and first of the line status the 308 GTB Vetroresina has now joined many a collector s wish list. Britain received just 154 (RHD) GRP-bodied cars but all were to the more desirable powerful Euro-specification (and 42 thus featured dry- rather than wet-sump lubrication and taller gearing etc). One of just two UK examples to be factory finished in Azzuro Dino Blue chassis 20265 was supplied new via HR Owen to Ascot-based polo player I.S. Forbes Cockell. Thereafter it is known to have passed to T.G. Foxley and Michael Andover before entering the current titled (fourth) ownership in 1996 at an indicated 51 000 miles. Maintained by the likes of Graypaul 1976 FERRARI 308 GTB VETRORESINA ESTIMATE 75 000 90 000 (1982-1996) Talacrest (1996-2000) and QV London (2000-present) the two-seater retains its original engine and has never been allowed to deteriorate to the point of needing restoration. Keen to give chassis 20265 more modern reflexes and conscious that QV London had won the Ferrari Championship outright on five occasions the vendor commissioned them to fit a stainless steel exhaust system detachable half-race frame Cobra bucket seats Willans harnesses HiSpec Motorsport front brakes and Image 17-inch alloy wheels shod with Yokohama Advan AO48 tyres. He also had the marque specialist balance all four corners of the suspension while in March this year they carried out a full service belt change and MOT test (the latter being passed with no advisories). Now showing just 62 000 miles this ultra-rare 308 GTB Vetroresina is offered for sale with its original book pack wallet first MOT certificate extensive service history and factory-fitted front brakes seats and wheels. 22 43 1972 LOTUS ELAN SPRINT CONVERTIBLE REG NO CHASSIS NGN134L 72-05-06866G 23 ESTIMATE 23 000 26 000 MoT to September 2014 purchase invoices assorted letters original handbook service book and original workshop manual. A detailed account of maintenance and repair work carried out by the current engineer owner over the past 20 years is also included along with assorted spares including clutch and brake parts. A signed Colin Chapman steering wheel also accompanies the car. With very good paintwork and good engine it is in the vendor s view a solid rattle free and reliable Elan Sprint ready for the summer . In the current ownership since 1990 this very original Elan Sprint is finished in Colorado Orange with very good original black interior and boasts a known history from new. This includes correspondence with previous owners dating back to 1976 along with MoT certificates back to the same year. A 1976 letter on file confirms a speedometer change at c.12 500 miles making a total of approximately 82 500 covered. Retaining its original chassis the car is offered with Swansea V5 document recording 5 former keepers 1966 JAGUAR E-TYPE 4.2 2 2 COUPE REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg 1E75618BW 24 ESTIMATE 13 000 15 000 engine. The latter was sourced from marque specialists VSE who also supplied a four-speed manual gearbox triple SU carburettors and numerous other parts. The vendor believes that completing the project will prove comparatively straightforward albeit labour intensive. The E-type s paintwork has microblistered and its Dark Blue leather upholstery is somewhat scruffy. Offered for sale with Manufacturer s Statement of Build C&E 386 Customs Clearance Form VSE engine data sheet and numerous invoices. 44 Originally finished in Opalescent Silver Blue and equipped with automatic transmission this notably early E-type 2 2 was supplied new to Texas. Treated to a factory-supplied replacement Abbey Panels bonnet in 1988 and resprayed black the Jaguar was repatriated some four years later but minus its engine and gearbox. Ill health caused the car s subsequent restoration to stall but not before it had been professionally converted to right-hand drive and fitted with a fully overhauled correct-type 4.2 litre In single family ownership from new and just 21 000 recorded miles REG NO CHASSIS 1959 TRIUMPH TR3A Un-Reg TS44436L ESTIMATE 30 000 35 000 This stunning-looking lefthand drive Triumph was purchased new on March 13 1960 from a dealer in Denver by an eminent American scientist for his wife who later progressed to the role of Colorado s Assistant District Attorney. Though her husband passed away in 2003 the Triumph continued to be cherished by her and remains in her name today when it has still covered a total of just 21 000 miles. In the 70s a desire to turn a good car into a show winner 25 saw the TR professionally stripped and everything cleaned detailed and carefully reassembled. It was then repainted to show standard in its lovely colour of Iris Blue. Reputedly as good now as then this time warp Roadster is being offered complete with a range of period photos and paperwork authenticating its history and proof of the EU duty paid on importation. Without question a unique and exciting opportunity for TR enthusiasts everywhere. 1937 SINGER NINE SPORTS FOUR-SEATER REG NO CHASSIS BDA 295 LC19228 ESTIMATE 24 000 28 000 The vendor purchased this now very pretty 9 Sports as an incomplete restoration project in 2004. Work to the 972cc OHC engine included the fitting of a new counterbalanced crankshaft bearings and pistons. The ash frame was professionally restored and the Singer fitted with new wings running boards doors and body. The result was finished in Cream over Black and complemented by the addition of a new wiring loom Black interior trim and hide-covered seats hood frame 45 26 double duck hood tonneau and side screens. The brightwork was rechromed mainly by Derby Plating. Recent activity has included the replacement of the springs clutch and clutch release bearing. The vendor now regards BDA 295 as having very good bodywork paintwork and interior trim and good engine and fourspeed transmission and is offering this sympathetically restored matching numbers Singer complete with MOT to February 24 next year and tax until the end of June. 1960 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MKI 27 ESTIMATE 34 000 38 000 REG NO CHASSIS Refurbished by David Ward of Big Healey Restorations for his own use 734 UYE H-BT7-L 9856 According to its accompanying BMIHT certificate chassis HBT7L 9856 was despatched to New York on 3rd June 1960. Repatriated some thirty years later the 2 2-seater was subsequently treated to a ground up refurbishment improvement programme by David Ward of Big Healey Restorations. Intended for his own use the project took fifteen years to complete and incorporates numerous lessons learnt from working on other 3000s. Powered by a thoroughly overhauled BJ8 engine (BJ8 camshaft unleaded cylinder head uprated front damper modified rear crankshaft oil seal 2-inch inlet manifold twin SU HD8 carburettors etc) allied to a four-speed centrechange BJ8 manual gearbox the Big Healey also boasts a new BJ8 diaphragm clutch hi-torque starter motor heavy duty radiator core (30% more 46 efficient) uprated overdrive (by Overdrive Services of Rugby) and BJ8 specification disc drum brakes (new larger brake cylinder servo). Riding on new 72-spoke wire wheels shod with fresh radial tyres the car has had its headlamp dip and overdrive switches relocated to the dashboard and gearlever respectively. Sporting a genuine Works hardtop period Les Leston wood-rim steering wheel balanced propshaft tinted windscreen new fuel tank re-panelled bodywork (including a new old stock lower front valance) rejuvenated suspension restored instruments red-piped black leather upholstery fresh wiring and new black carpets door trims the 3000 has covered just 5 miles since completion. Yet to be run-in and only coming to market due to a change of plans 734 UYE is summed-up by Mr Ward thus in effect this AustinHealey should provide many years of pleasurable enjoyment as everything has been overhauled (even the wiper motor) . Worthy of close inspection this decidedly special Big Healey is offered for sale with MOT certificate valid until January 15th 2015 and historic class (free) road fund licence valid until January 31st 2015. 1993 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER SPUR TOURING LIMOUSINE ESTIMATE 30 000 35 000 REG NO CHASSIS 28 T.B.A. SCAZW02D8NCX80011 reconfiguration was to a high spec . Understood to have been well maintained by main dealers and marque specialists and to have covered just 33 600 miles the four six-seater has been in the current ownership since 2008 during which time it has been looked after by a Bentley main dealer and marque specialist RR&B Garages. Entrusted to the latter for a recent service and MOT test the Silver Spur is described by the vendor s agent as being in very good condition with regard to its engine automatic transmission electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork. Trimmed with Parchment leather upholstery and matching Wilton carpets the sumptuous interior also features a moon roof cocktail cabinet (minus its cut glass) drinks cooler upgraded (digital) TV i-Pod connectivity and Charcoal lambswool over rugs etc. Currently undergoing a cherished number plate transfer this imposing Touring Limousine is worthy of close inspection and benefits from an extensive history file (including MOT certificate valid until March 2015). Flagship of the contemporary Rolls-Royce range the Silver Spur III Touring Limousine rode on a generous 148.5-inch wheelbase (some twenty-eight inches longer than that of its lesser Silver Spirit III sibling). Powered by a revised 6750cc V8 engine allied to four-speed automatic transmission the model could be specified with a bewildering range of options. Reportedly consigned to the 1993 Geneva Motor Show via Rolls-Royce Motor Cars (Switzerland) this particular example was first owned by a Greek shipping magnate who later had it professionally (and very expensively) converted to right-hand drive. Subsequently taken in partexchange against a new Phantom by HR Owen their accompanying workshop report notes that the 47 1964 LOTUS ELAN GTS 29 ESTIMATE 80 000 100 000 REG NO CHASSIS 863 EJU 260307 into full 26R specification whilst retaining the original hardtop and boot lid. Since then it has been used to good affect by the vendor with successes at national and international level specifically at the Spa 6 Hour event. Having made the decision to retire from racing the vendor allowed it to be campaigned by Ed Morris during 2013 and in its present specification some amazing performances were achieved including a 2min 54.1 sec. lap at Spa during qualifying for the Gentleman Drivers race in September 2013. Weighing in on the minimum weight limit of 580kg the engine and gearbox have completed one event since a rebuild. The tyres have also completed only one race. Fitted with an 80 litre fuel tank and Tillett FIA spec seat the car is road registered and equipped for rally events thus making it a highly competent all rounder. Offered with Swansea V5 old logbook two history files FIA & HTP papers and MoT 863 EJU represents that rare opportunity to acquire a well-sorted and extremely competitive example. 48 Featuring a distinctive Shapecraft aluminium hard top and boot lid by Barry Wood of Surbiton Motors this extremely competitive Elan was shown at the 1964 Racing Car Show as verified by Barry during its original rebuild. It is understood to have been used as a road car until purchased by Don Hands of Lightwork Racing who converted it for track use and raced it successfully over a number of years including two class wins at the Spa 6 Hours. It was then part exchanged for a road-going Elite and acquired by the vendor who has continued to campaign and develop the car. In order to make it lighter and more competitive a complete rebuild was undertaken in 2009 2010 by Mike Loughlin a well-known preparer of racing 26R s. Although a GTS model it has been developed 1961 AC GREYHOUND ESTIMATE 40 000 50 000 REG NO CHASSIS 30 500 APX BEF2525 1 of only 83 made Ransley refurbish the bodywork paintwork and Gary Stone rejuvenate the headlining Webasto roof and carpets. A retired garagiste the vendor reinforced the front suspension spring mounts chassis extension tubes and jacking points. He also created an access panel beneath the rear seat to provide provision for oiling (and perhaps replacing) the handbrake cable and fitted inertia reel seatbelts up front. The brakes were fettled with new master cylinders linings disc pads and a replacement windscreen sourced from Pilkington to complement the restored steering wheel. Rating the Greyhound as follows Bodywork Paintwork excellent Engine reconditioned requires running-in Electrical Equipment good new battery etc and Four-Speed Manual plus Overdrive Transmission works OK weak synchro on third gear the seller summarises 500 APX thus The car is not concours as it retains its original leather seats which show signs of wear but it is a very good example of the model and an excellent sports tourer with generous seating and a large boot. Ideal for touring the continent . This handsome AC is offered for sale with sundry paperwork oil cooler kit and MOT valid until March 20th 2015 . 49 Introduced in 1959 the AC Greyhound was only in production for four years during which time just 83 are thought to have left the Thames Ditton factory. According to its accompanying continuation buff logbook chassis BEF2525 underwent an engine transplant (from Bristol 110-series to Bristol 100-series power) in circa 1973. Entering the current ownership some twenty-nine years later the AC performed well on a tour of Southern France the following summer aside from a drop-off in oil pressure when hot. Subsequently removed and dispatched to Belcher Engineering of Diss the 2-litre straight-six was found to have minimal bore wear (-0.10thou). Treated to new main big-end camshaft bearings fresh pistons (8.5 1 CR) and a full-flow oil filter conversion its overhaul prompted a raft of further restoration work that saw Bob 1933 ROLLS-ROYCE 20 25 SEDANCA DE VILLE Coachwork by Hooper REG NO CHASSIS ALY 726 GBA61 31 ESTIMATE 28 000 32 000 sale from a deceased estate ALY 726 is variously described by the vendor as being in good (electrical equipment four-speed manual gearbox) average (original interior trim) or very good (bodywork paintwork original engine) condition. Showing an unwarranted 69 000 miles to its odometer this handsome Sedanca de Ville is reportedly accompanied by lots of previous MOTs and history . Taken off test on 6th October 1933 chassis GBA61 was originally bodied by Hooper & Co as a Sedancalette (in which both the front and rear portions of the interior can be opened to the elements) before being converted into a Sedanca de Ville. Supplied new to Lady Beit (whose considerable wealth came from South African diamond mines) the 20 25 has formed part of a Rolls-Royce and Bentley collection in recent years. Offered for 1950 BENTLEY MK VI SPORTS SALOON Coachwork by Freestone & Webb REG NO CHASSIS MGO 628 B297FU 32 ESTIMATE 20 000 25 000 since 2004. Offered for sale from a deceased estate MGO 628 is variously described by the vendor as being in good (4.25-litre engine four-speed manual transmission electrical equipment paintwork) or very good (bodywork interior trim) condition. Showing an unwarranted 93 000 miles to its odometer this handsome coachbuilt MKVI is offered for sale with V5C Registration Document. 50 Bodied as an elegant four-door Sports Saloon by Freestone & Webb chassis B297FU began life in London (or so its MGO 628 number plate would imply). Finished in Black over Silver with blue-piped Grey leather upholstery the Bentley has had much of its interior re-trimmed (though the back seat looks original). Further benefiting from refinished wood veneers and a detailed engine bay it has formed part of a Rolls-Royce and Bentley collection 1937 ROLLS-ROYCE 25 30 TOURER REG NO CHASSIS ASG 728 GR039 ESTIMATE 20 000 24 000 Taken off test on 22nd February 1937 chassis GRO39 was originally fitted with Limousine coachwork by Park Ward. Supplied new to Mr Robert Cormack the 25 30 later migrated to the USA where its conversion from Enclosed Limousine to Open Tourer is thought to have taken place. Repatriated fourteen years ago it has formed part of a Rolls-Royce and Bentley collection since 2001. Offered for sale from a deceased estate ASG 728 33 is variously described by the vendor as being in very good (bodywork paintwork original engine) or good (electrical equipment interior trim four-speed manual gearbox) condition. Showing an unwarranted 97 000 miles to its odometer this imposing open-topped Rolls-Royce is offered for sale with assorted bills invoices for parts and MOTs . 1934 ROLLS-ROYCE 20 25 LIMOUSINE DE VILLE Coachwork by Barker REG NO CHASSIS BLE 675 GFE10 ESTIMATE 18 000 22 000 Taken off test on 22nd October 1934 chassis GFE10 was fitted with Limousine de Ville coachwork by Barker. Supplied new to Mrs Bates the 20 25 migrated to Durban South Africa in 1964 where the more temperate climate doubtless helped preserve it. Repatriated some years later it has formed part of a Rolls-Royce and Bentley collection since 2007. Offered for sale from a deceased estate BLE 675 is variously described by the vendor as being in very 51 34 good (bodywork paintwork original engine four-speed manual gearbox) average (Tan vinyl front Beige vinyl rear upholstery) or not finished (electrical equipment) condition. Showing an unwarranted 82 000 miles to its odometer this handsome Limousine de Ville is said to have had lots of recent work done including being fully re-wired. Treated to six new tyres during 2010 it is accompanied by a V5C Registration Document and copy of its original order form. 1935 LAGONDA M45 T8 TOURER 35 ESTIMATE 60 000 80 000 REG NO CHASSIS Formerly the property of Walter Wal Handley and current family ownership since 1967 BLP 494 Z11251 One of just ten surviving M45 T8 Tourers known to the Lagonda Club chassis Z11251 was supplied new to W. Melveston Esq. of Addison Road W14 (which still ranks among London s most expensive and sought after addresses). Road registered as BLP 494 on 21st December 1934 the four-seater had passed to accomplished racer Walter Wal Handley by the decade s end. A Manx specialist whose four IOM TT motorcycle victories resulted in a corner of the famous course being named after him he was briefly scheduled to drive for Lagonda at the 1928 Le Mans 24-hours and later piloted a variety of exotic fourwheelers including an Alfa Romeo 8C MG K3 and 52 several Rileys. A friend of Freddie Dixon and George Eyston Handley is understood to have leant BLP 494 to the latter for a diesel engine test (Eyston being involved in various diesel-powered speed record attempts at the time). An accompanying continuation buff logbook issued to John Ernest Marsden Esq. of Ealing on 20th September 1951 quotes the Lagonda s engine number as 3001 which suggests that the Tourer had been reunited with its factory-fitted powerplant during the immediate pre post-WW2 period. Apparently raced at Silverstone by next keeper Ronald Albert Newman of London W6 the M45 then passed through the hands of Alan 1935 LAGONDA M45 T8 TOURER ESTIMATE 60 000 80 000 Jeremy Sumner of Weybridge and David Randolph Hine of Alderley Edge before entering the current family ownership on May 30th 1967 for the princely sum of 969 18s 0d. A letter on file from Mr Hine (the current Lagonda Club president) reveals that during his stewardship BLP 494 became well known in the Lagonda Club due to successful participation in driving tests rallies and concours d elegance events . He goes on to recall that each winter I laid the car up to overhaul some aspect of its construction. In 1965 the car was given to Thompson-Doxy Ltd of Southport who completely checked repaired and then repainted the bodywork in ivory. In 1964 an engine was obtained from Gardner Diesels Ltd - they had removed it from a Lagonda in 1936 and kept it in storage ever since. This engine is now in the car and has done less than 25 000 miles since new. Most of the chromium plating has been renewed and the interior leatherwork has been refurbished. Where necessary the electrical system has been rewired and the wheels have been reset and enamelled dark blue. A replacement gearbox has been fitted to the car and the back axle was overhauled in 1964. Other items include new shock absorbers replacement carburettors from SU new dashboard and a new radiator . 53 35 Last on the road approximately thirty years ago this ultra rare and exciting barn find is offered for sale with V5 Registration Document Continuation RF60 logbook assorted MOT certificates sundry invoices correspondence and a copy of the 4 -Litre Lagonda Profile Publications booklet which states that its modified tail and Rapide-style exhausts date from 1937. H&H are indebted to Arnold Davey John Sword and David Hine for their kind assistance in researching the car s history. 1957 AUSTIN PRINCESS 4 LITRE MKIV SALOON REG NO CHASSIS 1 of just 200 made 453 CPL DS7 13118 36 ESTIMATE 8 000 9 000 Reputedly first assigned to the British Diplomatic Corps which might explain why it was not road registered as 453 CPL until six months after completion chassis DS7 13118 was originally finished in Beige Metallic over Peat with Beige leather upholstery (the same livery it sports today). Part of a small private collection for the last two decades the recently recommissioned saloon is described by the late owner s family as very good vis- -vis its engine automatic transmission electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork. 1968 TRIUMPH TR6 REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg CC27299L 37 ESTIMATE 6 000 8 000 Finished in Red with Black upholstery this lefthand drive example is understood to have recently benefited from a new clutch rear suspension upgrade full engine service overhauled brakes (including fresh callipers) and new Minilite-style wheels tyres. The two-seater is considered by the vendor to have a very strong six-cylinder engine good four-speed manual gearbox really good bodywork very good interior trim and paintwork that could do with a touch up here and there . 1990 TVR S3 REG NO CHASSIS H919VGF SA9DSN2P1LH019678 38 ESTIMATE 3 000 4 000 This appealing S3 is described by the vendor as follows 3-litre V6 engine and five-speed manual gearbox good electrical equipment all working bodywork uniform paintwork scratched in places green-piped tan vinyl upholstery very good for a TVR . H919 VGF was reportedly specialist maintained from the mid-1990s until the mid-2000s when the need for chassis repairs saw it laid-up. Subsequently treated to new stainless steel outriggers plus a fresh clutch bypass valve rear screen headlights and more it is MOT d until March 2015. 54 1933 HUMBER 12 SALOON REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg 1119 This apparently very original four-door Humber Saloon was exported to Holland in the late 1970s at which point it was repainted and treated to a new set of tyres. In 2001 the four-cylinder engine was fully overhauled by Dutch specialist engine builder De Sutter BV. The vendor informs us that the venerable Humber has been stored in dry heated conditions for the past 39 years and has covered only 28 miles since the engine overhaul. It is finished in Green over Black with a Black vinyl roof top and its odometer currently displays an unwarranted 88 207 miles. ESTIMATE 5 500 6 500 39 41 000 miles from new REG NO CHASSIS 1960 MORRIS MINOR 1000 TRAVELLER 269 PPD MAW3823161 This very well presented Minor is finished in the popular colour of Clipper Blue and trimmed in Blue Grey vinyl. It has been the subject of extensive restoration over the last decade with funds invested in the chassis bodywork engine and gearbox. The vendor now apparently regards all salient aspects of 269 PPD as being in A1 Excellent order and is selling it complete with information on all six owners the displayed and believed correct mileage of 41 764 MOT tax and Heritage certificate. ESTIMATE 5 000 6 000 40 1987 FORD CAPRI 2.8i REG NO CHASSIS T.B.A. WF0CXXGAECGR60391 We are advised this Capri was resprayed approximately five years ago with a number of parts being replaced as was deemed necessary. More recently the front shock absorbers have been replaced and the diff renovated. Finished in white with grey interior and now displaying some 87 600 miles it is offered with Swansea V5 document MoT to October 2014 current road fund licence a comprehensive service history and a quantity of old MoT certificates. The current registration mark is being retained. ESTIMATE 6 000 7 000 55 41 1922 RENAULT TYPE II TORPEDO REG NO CHASSIS TW 8574 104800 42 ESTIMATE 15 000 17 000 while later reparations were made by Johnny Barter of Malden who also accompanied the car on several European rallies - eg it contested the 1977 Paris-Vienna and 1998 London-Paris Renault Centenary events. Originally probably Blue the Renault is now a distinctive Yellow over Black teamed with a Black interior. Within the last three years the wiring and the cone-clutch leather have been replaced. The Renault carburettor and S.E.V. Dynastart and magneto are original. Renault Heritage confirm TW 8574 was delivered new to a French dealer in June 1922. Little is known about its early history though the Torpedo was first UK registered on April 13 1927 and may have been owned by Denis Sharpe before belonging to Reginald and Megan Taverner from August 1976 to August 2000 at which point it was sold at auction. Some restoration work was carried out by Ron Perkins of Classic Restorations while it was in Denis Sharpe s care 1995 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA CABRIOLET REG NO CHASSIS T.B.A. WP0ZZZ99ZRS332012 43 ESTIMATE 21 000 26 000 hood. Finished in Grey Metallic with Light Grey leather upholstery this particular example reportedly boasts a sports exhaust and extensive service history. Entering the current ownership during July 2010 the Porsche is described by the vendor as very good vis -vis its engine six-speed manual gearbox electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork. Showing some 114 000 miles to its odometer this stunning looking 911 Cabriolet is offered for sale with current MOT and road fund licence. 56 Last of the air-cooled 911s the 993-series was introduced in September 1993. Styled by Englishman Tony Hatter its muscular silhouette hid all-round independent suspension (revised to a multi-link set-up at the rear) four-wheel ABS disc brakes and power steering. Powered by a 3.6 litre flat-six engine the newcomer was reputedly capable of 167mph and 0-60mph in 5.5 seconds. Debuting in March 1994 the Cabriolet version sported a specially reinforced windscreen and snug electrically-operated canvas 1931 ALVIS 12 50 TJ TOURER REG NO CHASSIS KF 8008 14212 ESTIMATE 25 000 28 000 As is so often the case with classic cars this attractively presented Alvis is only being sold because of the advancing years of its owner who has been its keeper since 2005. KF 8008 was apparently restored in the 1980s at which point the current body was constructed in the style of the original one. The vendor informs us that the car has been in regular use and frequently campaigned on VSCC events. He describes the Blue paintwork as good and the 44 bodywork Blue leather interior trim and four-speed manual transmission as all being in very good order. The Alvis comes with full weather equipment excellent hood and tonneau and shabby sidescreens. It benefits from a new set of tyres and discreetly-mounted flashing indicators. Other plus points are said to include good charging and oil pressure (40psi when hot). The Tourer is MOT d into July and taxed until the end of April 2015. 1935 RILEY 12 4 SPECIAL REG NO CHASSIS 22 VJO 22T1609 ESTIMATE 24 000 28 000 This charming four-seater special was constructed more than 30 years ago around the shortened chassis of a Riley Kestrel Saloon. It retains its matching engine and chassis numbers - the original registration number was however sold off some years ago and the Riley nowadays wears the moniker 22 VJO. The four-cylinder 1500c engine was completely overhauled as recently as January of this year and will require further running in. It was sleeved back to the original 57 45 bore and fitted with a new Phoenix crankshaft connecting rods Omega pistons valves and guides. The car is finished in Blue over Black and has Black interior trim. Aside of the now excellent engine the vendor regards the pre-selector gearbox as good the bodywork and paintwork as fair and the interior trim as fair poor . The special is being offered complete with weather gear and an extensive history file that includes bills relating to the conversion. 1963 FORD LOTUS CORTINA 46 ESTIMATE 50 000 60 000 REG NO CHASSIS The most authentic pre-Airflow Lotus Cortina we have encountered 702 RPJ Z74C065837 Heralded on the front cover of Classic Ford magazine s October 2008 issue as Lotus Obsession The UK s best Lotus Cortina It s the rebuild of the year this is no ordinary pre-Airflow MKI. A notably early July 1963 model 702 RPJ had become a dilapidated ex-racer by the time MKI Cortina aficionado Mark Lloyd acquired it a decade or so ago. Entrusted to Trickett Welding of Holton Heath a couple of years later the bodyshell underwent an extensive refurbishment including the fitting of NOS curved-top sills new front wings (with rolled arches) and replacement alloy bonnet boot doors. The suspension was returned to correct McPherson strut front A-frame rear specification by AV Preparations (albeit with the addition of some strengthening webbing inside its alloy differential casing and Leda adjustable coil-overs) while the 58 same firm overhauled upgraded the Lotus twin-cam engine with a steel crankshaft gas-flowed cylinder head and high-lift camshafts etc. Slightly later (Airflow-type) P16 callipers were chosen to give the front discs more bite. Tasked with reinstating the Lotus Cortina s iconic Ermine White Sherwood Green livery SL Designs even sourced the correct shade of blue for its cam covers. The interior boasts a correct tray-less centre console dashtop ashtray (the 15th one Mark Lloyd tried ) original woodrim studded steering wheel period Irwin seatbelts OE rubber floor mats genuine seats (sourced from a 1964 car) and new roof lining parcel shelf sun visors door cards courtesy of Aldridge Trimming. Used and enjoyed since entering the current ownership four years ago the sports saloon remains highly presentable. Waxoyled on an annual basis its engine has been refreshed to circa 140bhp by JB Racing and a 2000E gearbox added for increased drivability. From Consul bonnet badge to pointed rear light bezels 702 RPJ is still an object lesson in how a pre-Airflow Lotus Cortina should be restored. Offered for sale with sundry paperwork current MOT tax disc Classic Ford magazine and correct alloy-cased gearbox. 1977 MASERATI KHAMSIN ESTIMATE 40 000 50 000 REG NO CHASSIS 47 SUL123R AM-120.359 Resplendent in Rosso Fuoco (Red) matched with a Sand-coloured hide interior and Nero Alcantara dash top SUL 123R has always courted fame. It appeared in period promotional material featured in the Osprey book Maserati Heritage and starred in the 1992 Maserati edition of Top Gear. Vendor and car have been regular attendees of national and international Maserati gatherings and he has frequently selected it for trips all over Europe. And still would do but in his own words is now forced to drive a powered wheelchair so is reluctantly offering a fine example of Maserati s last and finest classic V8 GT car . During his tenure the Khamsin has been maintained regardless of cost and the work carried out includes a full engine overhaul the replacement of the original radiator fans with more effective ones the fitting of a stainless steel exhaust overhauling of the five-speed manual gearbox reconditioning of the steering rack comprehensive overhaul of the front and rear suspension retrimming with new leather to original specification respraying of the body. This exceptional Khamsin is being sold with much history and an MOT into March 2015. 59 The Bertone-designed Khamsin 2 2 was first displayed at the Turin Salon of 1972. Of the 430 made 71 were configured with righthand drive of which only 23 are believed to have sold into the UK market. The Maserati offered is one of those making it a supercar of notably rare provenance. A well-known matching numbers example it was purchased new from the UK concessionaire by the famed hotelier Rocco Forte in July 1977. It then changed hands a few times in Britain before enjoying a spell in the USA. Having returned in 1991 it was acquired by the vendor on July 8 1994 a life-long Maserati enthusiast who is responsible for the Maserati Resource Centre website. 1923 MARMON MODEL 34B 2-PASSENGER SPEEDSTER 48 ESTIMATE 28 000 35 000 REG NO CHASSIS 1 of 6 known survivors LE 7464 2230091 Considerably lighter more agile than the equivalent Stutz Packard or Cadillac the Marmon Model 34B made extensive use of aluminium for its 5.5-litre straight-six OHV engine gearbox casing differential housing and bodywork etc. Chosen to provide the pace car for the 1920 Indianapolis 500 Marmon had an example of its newcomer clothed by the Hume Body Corp of New York as a rakish bee tailed Speedster. Entrusted to Barney Oldfield (who had secured Marmon s famous 1911 Indy victory) the resultant two-seater lapped the world famous oval at over 80mph before easing into the pits. A suitably smitten Oldfield then drove it coast-to-coast across America eight times (to promote a tyre range bearing his name) while Marmon became the first manufacturer to offer replicas of an Indianapolis 500 pace car by putting the Model 34B 2-Passenger Speedster into production. One of just six survivors known to the Marmon Club (from the 170 1923 Model 34B 2-Passenger Speedsters made) chassis 2230091 was sold by C.E. Valentine Junior of Michigan to renowned UK collector Colin Crabbe in June 1973. Passing to garagiste Roy Middleton of Potters Bar the following year for 8 500 the Marmon was subsequently upgraded with front-wheel brakes (via the adoption of a modified 1928 Sunbeam 3-Litre front axle) before appearing in the TV series Reilly Ace of Spies and Jeeves and Wooster . Relinquished by the Middleton family to an associate of the Minardi F1 team in 2001 LE 7464 entered the current ownership that same year. Presenting as an older restoration the two-seater is described by the vendor as being in good overall condition with regard to its engine three-speed gearbox electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork. Benefiting from new batteries this ultra rare Marmon is offered for sale with green logbook detachable tan hood (not illustrated) assorted Marmon literature and owner s manual. 60 1973 ASTON MARTIN V8 ESTIMATE 22 000 28 000 REG NO CHASSIS 49 WPT 464 V8 10753 RCA 1 of only 288 made fearsome Vantage). Only in production for fifteen months just 288 of the first generation twin headlight V8s are thought to have been made. A comparatively late example chassis V8 10753 RCA was first road registered as BVX 251L on 15th May 1973. Apparently the subject of various restoration works during the 1990s the following decade is understood to have seen the Aston Martin treated to a new clutch overhauled front suspension refurbished front callipers replacement brake servo air-conditioning service and repaint from Red to Cumberland Grey. Re-registered as WPT 464 by its previous keeper the four-seater is being offered for sale from a deceased estate which contained four other Aston Martins. Variously rated by the vendor s agent as solid (bodywork) believed sound but not run recently (engine) presumed OK (electrical equipment) OK good (paintwork) good (five-speed manual gearbox) and original (Black leather upholstery) this rare fuel-injected V8 is accompanied by a history file and current MOT certificate which runs until 15th May 2014. Introduced in April 1972 shortly after Aston Martin had been acquired by Company Developments the new V8 was visually distinguished from its DBS V8 predecessor by a black mesh grille and twin (rather than quad) headlights. Under the skin the two shared the same platform chassis DeDion rear axle independent front suspension power steering and disc brakes. Another carry over was the quad-cam 5340cc V8 engine allied to either five-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission. Credited with developing some 310bhp and 360lbft - thanks in part to its Bosch mechanical fuel-injection system - the model was reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 6 seconds and almost 160mph (figures which would not be properly eclipsed until the arrival of the 61 1968 LOTUS ELAN S3 SE REG NO CHASSIS EHF773F 36 7762 50 ESTIMATE 20 000 25 000 car has also been rewired with a new replacement loom. Boasting a spider chassis the car retains its original engine and gearbox whilst subtle modifications include an aluminium fuel tank and radiator and semi-solid driveshafts. New Weber carburettors were fitted in June 2013. The vendor states the car has very good bodywork and Carnival Red paintwork with electrics in good shape bar the driver s electric window. This stylish Elan is offered with V5 document MoT to June 2014 and assorted invoices including those of Paul Matty. Originally a coupe EHF 773F was converted into drophead coupe configuration prior to acquisition by the vendor. The original shell was retained and the work would appear to have been completed to a good standard although exact details of who carried it out are unknown. More recently the car was the subject of much restoration work by Automotive Sporting Heritage being completed in 2012 for which a photographic record accompanies the car. The black interior trim was replaced during the restoration and the engine and gearbox overhauled. The 1925 PANHARD ET LEVASSOR TYPE X45 SALOON Formerly the property of David Bunty Scott Moncrieff REG NO CHASSIS XX 4636 61339 51 ESTIMATE 16 000 20 000 factory-fitted sleeve-valve four-cylinder engine and fourspeed manual transmission. Nicely detailed XX 4636 sports a brass radiator shell rear-mounted luggage trunk fork-mounted Phares Besnard headlamps scuttle-mounted opera lamps and wooden artillery wheels. Part of a small private collection for the past fifteen years and used regularly up until 2008 the recently recommissioned saloon is described by the late owner s family as being very good vis- -vis its engine gearbox electrical equipment bodywork and paintwork. 62 Supplied new by Panhard & Levassor s British concessionaire based at 147 9 Great Portland St London W1 chassis 61339 was first road registered as XX 4636 on 17th March 1925. An elegant saloon with division finished in Maroon over Black it appears to retain much of its original Beige cord upholstery (though the front seat bases look to have been retrimmed in Black leather). Reportedly the property of renowned restorer collector David Bunty ScottMoncrieff for many years the X45 still retains its 1959 JAGUAR MK IX REG NO CHASSIS WYK 300 771540BW ESTIMATE 12 000 14 000 A RHD home market example finished in Dove Grey Mist Grey with grey leather WYK 300 benefited from an engine overhaul in 2011 which included the fitting of an XJ6 cylinder head. The car also features an all-synchromesh manual XJ6 overdrive gearbox 4.09 1 rear axle ratio XJ-S brakes stainless exhaust and Koni shock absorbers whilst a set of rare Reuter reclining seats grace the retrimmed leather interior. The vendor has enjoyed the car in club touring 52 events and is only offering it reluctantly for sale due to his advancing years. He describes the bodywork as good the paintwork and engine to be very good and the woodwork as being in very good condition. Offered with Swansea V5 document MoT to 1st September and road fund licence to 31st August the sensible modifications make this an extremely useable example of Jaguar s final incarnation of its separate chassis saloon design. 1966 AUSTIN MINI COOPER S REG NO CHASSIS PKX602D CA2S7851192 ESTIMATE 20 000 24 000 This Cooper S was extensively rally-prepared when new and with Works engine contested the 1967 Motoring News series in the hands of Paul Rogers and Rod Palmer. According to Peter Robinson s records they were car 44 on the Welsh Marches event and finished 17th on the ensuing Fildyke rally. PKX 602D then passed to Henry Hardiment who installed a different powerplant and to Peter Marr who had the same unit modified by Blydenstein Engineering. The vendor acquired the car from John Adair in 1995 63 53 and completely refurbished it with the emphasis on safety and reliability. The original bodyshell was sympathetically restored by Chris Spennewyn while MED reworked the engine (Piper 276 camshaft 1.5-in SU H4 carburettors relinered rebored to 1293cc) and S gearbox (new bearings synchro 2nd gear). Boasting a 3 1 four-pin differential and full FIA rollcage seats harness belts PKX 602D has since contested two MCR Minis to Monte and been exhibited by the Mini Cooper Register at the NEC and Regent Street. 1962 JAGUAR E-TYPE 3.8 COUPE 54 ESTIMATE 60 000 65 000 REG NO CHASSIS YHH 690 860814 This extremely desirable early matching numbers RHD UK home market E-Type was according to the accompanying Heritage Certificate manufactured on 20th August 1962 and despatched to supplying dealer Henlys of London on 7th September that year and registered MK 47 . One of just 1 798 RHD fixed head coupe examples produced it was originally painted in Opalescent Dark Blue with red interior. At some point the colour was changed to Carmen Red. We are informed that YHH 690 was the subject of an extensive restoration circa fifteen years ago and that it was then put into storage following completion of the work. More recently having emerged from its slumbers it has been the subject of c. 15 000 of recommissioning work which included a repaint and 64 refurbishment of the triple Dellorto carburettors. Invoices and photographs detailing the work carried out are included in the accompanying history file. With E-Type values especially those of early chassis numbered cars continuing to spiral ever skywards YYH 690 ticks all the right boxes in the desirability stakes - the vendor summing the model up simply as the one to have . Expected to possess a fresh MoT by the time of sale the car is offered with the aforementioned Heritage Certificate invoices and photographs of works carried out and two old-style logbooks. The Swansea V5 document is awaited from DVLA and it is hoped it will be with the documents during pre-sale viewing. 1999 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL SC SEDANCA ESTIMATE 80 000 90 000 REG NO CHASSIS 55 A4 VMY SCBZZ22E1XCX65053 Unveiled at the Paris Salon in 1998 and based on the much applauded Continental T the SC was the first new Bentley following the company s acquisition by VW. In production for but a few months with its Sedanca Coupe styling harking back to the halcyon days of 1930s glamour the model was always destined to become a future classic. Sold new in the USA and first registered in April 1999 this beautiful Sedanca Continental is finished most attractively in factory order Silver Pearl with Silverstone hide and Burr walnut veneer. One of only 65 73 examples produced it is all the more rare as it is to left-hand drive specification. The vendor advises A4 VMY displays c.31 000 genuine miles on the odometer which is supported by the accompanying documented service history. With its appearance further enhanced by factory fit chrome wheels it is offered with Swansea V5 document MoT and road fund licence to January 2015 handbooks and extensive history file. With SCs already considered an appreciating collectors item this must surely represent a rare opportunity for the discerning buyer. 1956 BENTLEY S1 DROPHEAD COUPE 56 ESTIMATE 100 000 120 000 REG NO CHASSIS Supplied new to S.W. Lewis Esq of the Farnborough Engineering Co Ltd XKK 945 B283AP The demand for original Bentley S-series Drophead Coupes is such that the very best examples now command 500 000 or more while there are plenty of specialist restorers on both sides of the Atlantic who will happily rebody a Standard Steel Saloon for a six-figure sum. A genuine coachbuilt car - indeed one of just three or four that James Young clothed to its B20 design - chassis B283AP was supplied new to S.W. Lewis Esq of the Farnborough Engineering Co Ltd (makers of Tranco performance valves) for the princely sum of 6 956 1s 5d. A handsome TwoDoor Saloon Coupe crafted from 16swg aluminium 66 the Bentley was maintained by James Young for the first ten years of its life. It is not known when the four-seater was converted into a Drophead Coupe. One of the copy James Young invoices on file (dated 8.6.59) contains the intriguing instruction refix hood cloth while a conversation between a former keeper and an ex-Alpine Eagle employee revealed that the latter s father had carried out the reconfiguration during the late 1960s early 1970s. Finally MacKenzie Coachworks of Wembley have been credited with the transformation (though it is possible that they were only responsible for adding power assistance to the hood and installing electric window motors). Whoever was responsible for the work they did a fine and sympathetic job retaining such distinctive features as the facia-mounted James Young grab handle fold-down picnic tables and subtly be-finned rear wings etc. Understood to have had its original 4.9-litre straight-six engine (number BA391) overhauled during the late 1980s more recent work has seen chassis B283AP treated to a new flywheel ring gear assembly modernised HMV Model 200X radio replacement distributor HT leads fresh three-core 1956 BENTLEY S1 DROPHEAD COUPE ESTIMATE 100 000 120 000 radiator new fuel pump Kenlowe fan overhauled starter motor and engine flush (2009-2010). Forming part of a coachbuilt Bentley collection for the past two years the four-seater was despatched to renowned R-Type S1 specialists Padgett Motor Engineers in June 2012 where it received attention to its coolant gauge hoses exhaust dynamo brake system (master cylinder wheel cylinders brake shoes) fuel pump n s r leaf spring front rear shock absorbers engine tappets side plates gaskets and automatic gearbox linkage bushes kickdown linkage not to mention a decent service greasing and sundry boot repairs. In total the work cost some 10 800 but the Bentley passed its last MOT test on 26th June 2013 with just a single advisory relating to a windscreen defect. 56 Finished in Regal Red with red-piped Magnolia leather upholstery and a Black mohair hood the Drophead Coupe remains highly presentable. Pleasingly retaining its original registration number XKK 945 this undeniably handsome coachbuilt Bentley S1 is offered for sale at less than some Standard Steel Saloon-based conversions. Worth celebrating for what it is rather than what it was (who in today s market would have the courage to alter so rare a beast ) chassis B283AP is offered for sale with copy James Young paperwork (1956-1966) assorted parts invoices Padgett Motor Engineers bill and V5C Registration Document. 67 1953 MG TD Entered from a Private Collection REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg 27057 57 ESTIMATE 12 000 14 000 of this increasingly sought after model it was then resprayed in its current Red livery and treated to new tyres bumpers mohair hood and carpets. The brakes were overhauled too and the vendor these days views the smartly-presented MG as having nice two-pack paintwork and running and driving nicely too. The Beige interior is complemented by the tan-coloured hood while the immaculate steel wheels are finished in contrasting Black rather than the more familiar Silver. Though visually similar to earlier T Types the TD was based on the Y-Type Saloon chassis. The improvements included coil spring front suspension rack and pinion steering smaller 15 inch disc-type wheels hypoid bevel axle and twin leading shoe front brakes. This lefthand drive export model appears like so many TDs to have started life in the USA and was repatriated from Lynn Massachusetts in July 2010 and purchased by a private collection. A seemingly very original example 1962 MG A 1600 MKII ROADSTER Entered from a Private Collection REG NO CHASSIS 676 AVE GHN2-103516 58 ESTIMATE 18 000 22 000 plate have also been replaced as have the rear springs and the brakes have been overhauled. Other new items include low profile tyres windscreen headlights bumpers over-riders chrome wheel trims instruments and facia switches Black leather seats Blue carpets and hood. The disc wheels are colourkeyed and extras include chrome wing mirrors and luggage rack. According to the vendor this attractive MG runs and drives very nicely . 68 This smartly-presented MKII Roadster was resprayed in its current shade of Pale Blue three years ago. But that is only half the story as much time and money have been lavished on the rest of 676 AVE too. For example its 1622cc B Series engine has been treated to a fresh set of big end bearings and piston rings the fuel pump has been renewed and the fuel tank and exhaust system replaced with stainless steel items. The clutch master cylinder and pressure 1952 MG TD MK II Entered from a Private Collection REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg 13090 ESTIMATE 16 000 20 000 The so-called MKII TD was a competition model introduced alongside the standard offering from late 1950 onwards. Its more highly-tuned engine with larger SU carburettors and 8.1 1 compression ratio resulted in an output of 57bhp at 5 500rpm. The upgrades also included twin fuel pumps additional Andrex dampers all round and a higher axle ratio. Most of the 1710 produced were exported including the lefthand drive sale car that started life in the USA. 59 It was following its repatriation in 2009 that this apparently very original MG was resprayed and fitted with a host of new parts including tyres hub seals wiring loom bumpers mohair hood side screens carpets and door cards and indicator control box. The brakes were overhauled too and the vendor now considers the car to have very solid chassis and bodywork and nice two-pack Green paint and informs us that the TD runs and drives very well . 1954 MG TF 1250 Entered from a Private Collection REG NO CHASSIS T.B.A. HDP46 1030 ESTIMATE 18 000 22 000 An interim model between the TD on which it was based and the all new MGA the TF nevertheless has a character all of its own and good ones are increasingly sought after. An export model that spent much of its early life in Louisiana USA the sale car has recently been converted to righthand drive and comprehensively overhauled and restored as required. Pleasingly finished in Old English White matched to an all-new Red leather interior and carpets the MG 69 60 benefits from countless new components including piston rings big end bearings water pump and hoses dynamo and starter motor stainless steel exhaust system clutch plates front and rear springs brake cylinders shoes pipes and handbrake cables fuel tank and fuel lines marine ply floors bumpers radiator grille windscreen etc. The interior is finished off with a Moto-Lita steering wheel and the weather kept at bay by fresh side screens and Tan-coloured mohair hood. 1923 ROLLS-ROYCE 20HP CONVERTIBLE Believed formerly the property of Fred Astaire REG NO CHASSIS SV 5322 87K5 61 ESTIMATE 30 000 35 000 overhaul. Accompanying invoices from marque specialist Dennis Pilling & Son span 1997-2000 and total 29 740.23 (a sum which would be far higher at today s labour rates). As well as attention being paid to its rear-wheel brakes suspension starter motor and dynamo the 20hp was given a thorough engine overhaul (including a new cylinder head). Further benefiting from a replacement petrol tank this flamboyant Rolls-Royce is offered for sale with owner s handbook and history file. Finished in Primrose Yellow with Tan leather upholstery this notably early B-Series 20hp complete with three-speed centre-change gearbox is thought to have been exported to first France and then America where its present Playboy Roadster style coachwork was acquired. Long rumoured to have belonged to Fred Astaire chassis 87K5 entered its current ownership some nine years after it was repatriated and UK road registered as SV 5322 the 20hp was found to be in need of a mechanical 1953 BENTLEY R-TYPE LIGHTWEIGHT SPORTS SALOON Displayed on HJ Mulliner s stand at the 1953 Earl s Court Motor Show REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg B136TN 62 ESTIMATE 23 000 28 000 thirty years dry storage in Southern Europe the Bentley is said to run and drive nicely with a quiet powerful engine and well-behaved automatic transmission . Sympathetically rejuvenated the interior pleasingly retains its original upholstery carpets and woodwork. Much of the original chromework and paintwork has survived too (the Silver being a pre-storage addition). A wonderful coachbuilt Bentley offered for sale with copy registration document chassis cards K.J. Rossfeldt correspondence and 7 000 worth of recent invoices. A precursor to the Flying Spur H.J. Mulliner s R-Type Lightweight Sports Saloon utilised the same construction technique (aluminium panelling over an extruded alloy frame) as its R-Type Continental Fastback. 1 of just 34 examples made chassis B136TN graced the coachbuilder s stand at the October 1953 Earl s Court Motor Show. Finished in Nabha Green (a throwback to the British Raj) with Dark Brown leather upholstery and road registered as OLB 4 the four-seater was sold into private hands thereafter. Recently recommissioned after 70 1936 FORD V8 WOODIE STATION WAGON REG NO CHASSIS 568 FAY 18F2574858 ESTIMATE 35 000 40 000 This Canadian-built RHD Woodie was sold new in the UK in 1936. Little is known regarding its early years although it was registered to Lady Freake of Wantage in 1953. In the early 1970s it was re-painted black and the original registration DFC 805 changed to NAT 95. In the mid 1970s it was acquired by an executive of Ford Guy Bergaud and re-registered 568 FAY. In the late 1970s Bergaud was transferred to France taking it to Paris where it remained for c.10 years. When 63 purchased by the vendor in 2008 it was subjected to a three year restoration which included overhaul of the engine gearbox and back axle custom-made dual-pipe stainless steel exhaust 12v upgrade with electronic ignition and alternator electronic and manual fuel pumps Kenlowe fan new wiring and the installation of rear sliding windows in place of the previous curtains. Finished in fawn the car comes with restoration photographs Swansea V5 and assorted invoices. 1971 PORSCHE 914 6 1 of just 3 322 and current ownership since 1982 REG NO CHASSIS KNG923V 9141430294 ESTIMATE 14 000 18 000 A European specification car chassis 9141430294 was supplied new to Belgium or so a supplementary Anciens Etablissements D Ieteren Fr res (Brussels) ID plate and accompanying Autos J.A. Croes (Wilrijk) business card might suggest. Imported to the UK in 1979 the engine number listed on its V5 Registration Document seems to have been derived from a casting number. Asked to locate a suitable stamping Specialist Cars of Malton reported it as 6410195 which falls within the correct sequence 71 64 for a 1971 914 6 powerplant. Driven just a few hundred miles since becoming part of a private Porsche collection in 1982 KNG 923V is rated by the vendor as fair vis- -vis its engine five-speed manual transmission electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork. Resprayed in 1983 and passing its last MOT on February 4th 2014 with advisories re a worn tyre and corroded suspension mounting area this rare Porsche will require further recommmissioning prior to sustained use. 1938 RAPIER TEN SUPERCHARGED TOURER 65 ESTIMATE 50 000 70 000 REG NO CHASSIS Supercharged from new and original Ranalah coachwork EOG 981 S C11487 Introduced at the 1933 Olympia Motor Show the Lagonda Rapier boasted a jewel-like 1.1-litre DOHC four-cylinder engine. Inspired by contemporary racing car practice consultant Thomas Tim Ashcroft conceived a normally aspirated design that produced a class-leading 50bhp 5 400rpm. Praised by the contemporary motoring press for its performance refinement and agility the model was supplied in bare chassis guise only. Prohibitively expensive to manufacture the Rapier was dropped when the Staines firm went into administration during 1935. Convinced that the reborn Lagonda (LG Motors Ltd) had made a mistake Tim Ashcroft William Oates and Nevil Brockelbank secured the rights to the small capacity sportscar shortly thereafter. Operating as Rapier Cars Ltd of Hammersmith they contributed a further 46 cars to the total production tally of 470 before closing their doors in 1938. 72 Supercharged from new chassis S C 11487 was first registered in Birmingham (or so its EOG 981 number plate would imply). Pleasingly retaining its original Ranalah coachwork the Rapier spent several years in America before being repatriated during the early 1990s. Subject to past restoration work the four-seater tourer was purchased by the vendor from marque specialist LMB Racing in 2008. Treated to a complete interior re-trim by Alex Tillet of Maidstone since then (which encompassed repairs to the seats and their runners plus a new dashboard) chassis S C11487 has also had attention paid to its four-speed pre-selector transmission and Cozette supercharger as part of a thorough mechanical check over (although a replacement the blower is of a type available in 1938). Starting readily upon inspection EOG 981 is considered by the vendor to be very good with regard to its engine transmission electrical equipment bodywork and paintwork while he rates the interior trim as virtually unused . Offered for sale due to a bad back this delightful and very rare Post Vintage Thoroughbred is worthy of close inspection. 1971 JAGUAR E-TYPE V12 ROADSTER ESTIMATE 45 000 55 000 REG NO CHASSIS 66 XEU652K 1S50448B W Offered for sale from a private collection the vendor informs us this automatic transmission Series 3 convertible has been the subject of a substantial amount of work during the past eighteen months which included a bare metal respray for which photographs are on file. The car has also been retrimmed in white leather whilst work has been carried out on the suspension brakes and shock absorbers with new parts being fitted as required. A replacement windscreen has also been fitted. 73 Finished in red with aforementioned white leather interior the car is now only being offered for sale due to a move overseas. Displaying an unwarranted c.69 000 miles on the odometer this smart-looking E-Type is accompanied by a Swansea V5 document MoT certificate to March 2015 current road fund licence copies of previous MoTs dating back to 1988 together with a photographic record of works recently carried out. 1962 RELIANT SABRE 4 REG NO CHASSIS RSV 880 S200135 67 ESTIMATE 11 500 13 500 A rare surviving example of a Sabre 4 and one of just 208 cars produced the vendor advises RSV 880 was the subject of a body off restoration in 2003 and a photographic record detailing the work carried out accompanies the car. Equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission this attractive looking example is finished in light metallic green with black interior and has recently benefited from the fitment of a new Mohair hood. Wire wheels and a wood-rimmed steering wheel complete the car s 1960s sports car looks. Offered with Swansea V5 and MoT to October 2014. 1991 CADILLAC BROUGHAM REG NO CHASSIS DEA 47N 1G6DW54Y3LR711093 68 ESTIMATE 3 500 5 000 Purchased by the vendor in 2012 for intended use as a wedding car a change of plans means it is now surplus to requirements. Imported from the USA in November 1991 the car has been used sparingly and now shows some 46 000 miles on the odometer. Described as having very good paintwork and interior the vendor advises the car drives well. Offered with Swansea V5 current MoT certificate old Florida title and a file containing details of work carried out. 1927 FORD MODEL T SALOON REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg 14676358 69 ESTIMATE 8 000 10 000 This charmingly-presented lefthand drive Model T sports Maroon over Black bodywork teamed with Light Grey cloth interior. A very late model it benefits from the many improvements introduced over the icon s 20 year production run including a lower ride height and wire wheels. Power is supplied by a 2895cc four-cylinder engine coupled to the T s infamous two-speed manual transmission. The vendor currently rates the historic Ford s bodywork paintwork trim engine and transmission as all being in very good order. 74 1993 TVR CHIMAERA REG NO CHASSIS K408XFK SDLDCC3P4PE011410 The Chimaera was TVR s most popular model. A 1993 example K408 XFK is rare in having a full service history the 17 stamps of which serve to confirm the indicated mileage of 80 469. The car sports Red bodywork teamed with a Black leather interior both of which are regarded as excellent by the vendor. He views the V8 engine and paintwork as very good and five-speed transmission as all good . The Chimaera is MOT d to April 2015 and taxed to the end of July. ESTIMATE 8 500 10 500 70 Engine uprated to 850cc REG NO CHASSIS 1970 BOND BUG 700ES SLG270H 60409 Dating from the first year of manufacture this Bond Bug features an uprated 850cc engine which the vendor advises has been fully refreshed with new liners and pistons etc. The car has been resprayed with new decals applied. Other parts replaced include new side doors exhaust and brakes. A three core radiator aids cooling and the car sports genuine Dunlop alloys. Displaying some 65 400 miles it comes with MoT to September 2014. It is hoped the V5 will have been received from DVLA by the sale. ESTIMATE 6 500 7 500 71 1969 FORD CORTINA LOTUS MKII REG NO CHASSIS SKG850H BA91JR03564 A Series 2 model manufactured in June 1969 SKG 850H is among the last of a famous breed. Much of its history has been documented by the vendor - the fast Ford s 13th registered keeper - who has enjoyed trouble-free holidays to Ireland and France with the car. It is a relatively unmolested example and he views the twin-cam engine (fully overhauled 10 000 miles ago) as very good the transmission as good the bodywork as sound and the interior trim and Ermine White paintwork as fair . ESTIMATE 8 000 10 000 75 72 1998 FERRARI F355 SPIDER 13 000 miles from new REG NO CHASSIS T.B.A. ZFFXR48B000113390 73 ESTIMATE 38 000 45 000 with a mph speedo at 4 132km and replacement cambelts less than 6 000 miles ago. Starting readily upon inspection thanks to a new battery the F355 pleasingly retains its original book pack tool roll tonneau cover and front wheelarch stone chip guards etc. Considered by the vendor to be very good with regard to its engine gearbox electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork this notably low mileage Ferrari is currently taxed MOT d and kept in a carpeted garage. Finished in Giallo Fly Yellow with Black leather upholstery this gorgeous LHD F355 Spider boasts the preferred six-speed manual gearbox and is warranted to have covered just 13 000 miles from new. Sourced from Auto Becker of Dusseldorf the supercar was sold to its first keeper - London-based Ferrari collector Andrew Pisker - by Oakfields of Hampshire on 1 8 1998. Entering the current (second) ownership on 16 10 1998 accompanying JCT600 and Graypaul service records show that the two-seater was fitted 1977 TRIUMPH STAG REG NO CHASSIS SNR176R LD42583A 74 ESTIMATE 10 000 12 000 automatic gearbox rear axle and drive shafts were fitted and the steering brake and suspension systems comprehensively overhauled. Complete with an extensive history file which includes a large collection of old MOTs tax discs invoices original service book and handbook it further benefits from a stainless steel exhaust system Hardtop and Kenlowe fan. SNR 176R currently displays an unwarranted 64 494 miles and is being offered complete with MOT and tax into June this year. 76 This smartly-presented righthand drive Stag is resplendent in Blue bodywork complemented by a Beige coloured interior and nowadays rides on new 15 inch Silver-coloured Minilite-style wheels. The Triumph was first registered in April 1977 and retained by its initial keeper until 2000. It has recently been the subject of much improvement by Cherished classic cars limited of Leicestershire during which the V8 engine was stripped and comprehensively overhauled with many new parts. A reconditioned 1964 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER CLOUD III REG NO CHASSIS AVK222B SF4565 ESTIMATE 24 000 28 000 The eye-catching righthand drive Cloud III offered is resplendent in Black over Silver and the interior trimmed in Red hide. The Rolls was manufactured in April 1964 since when it has had a total of five owners. It comes with MOTs dating back to 1996 that show just 22 725 miles have been covered in the last 18 years some 8 000 of which have been achieved by the vendor since acquiring AVK 222B in 1998. He currently classes the bodywork 75 paintwork and four-speed automatic transmission as excellent and the 6.2-litre V8 engine electrical equipment and nicely patinated interior as good and informs us that both the body and engine have been regularly maintained to the current standard and the car garaged throughout. In addition to the old MOTs he is selling the Cloud complete with one valid to August tax to the end of June and a selection of bills for work carried out. 1971 PORSCHE 911 T REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg 9111100848 ESTIMATE 24 000 26 000 A four-speed manual transmission example finished in its original shade of maroon paintwork with black cloth interior this left-hand drive Porsche has recently been imported from the USA. The vendor advises the car has covered approximately 77 000 miles and retains its original and desirable Fuchs alloy wheels. Said to have a good strong 76 running engine with good bodywork paint and interior the car will be offered with UK taxes paid. With values of 911s of this period continuing to steadily increase this example represents an ideal opportunity to acquire an appreciating and iconic classic. 77 1969 ASTON MARTIN DB6 77 ESTIMATE 120 000 140 000 REG NO CHASSIS DBG 307 DB6 3581 R According to its accompanying BMIHT Certificate and copy factory records chassis DB6 3581 R was completed on March 7th 1969 and supplied new three months later by Rose & Young Ltd of Berkeley St London W1 to Bournemouth resident A. Michaelson-Yeates Esq. One of just 1 327 MKI Saloons made the four-seater s initial specification included a heated rear window electrically operated aerial Dubonnet Rosso paintwork Black Connolly leather upholstery power assisted steering Borg Warner automatic transmission and chrome road wheels (with three-ear spinners). Belonging to the Alner family of nearby Portesham by 1974 the Aston Martin was to remain with them until 11th September 1993 when it went under the hammer at Christie s Beaulieu auction. Described as very much an original example which has been in the 78 same family ownership for the past 19 years. The recorded mileage is 98 000 from new and the car has been in continuous use up until June of this year chassis DB6 3581 R was bought by Michael Sternberg Esq. of Hampstead London. Entrusted to marque specialist Goldsmith & Young for some 54 000 worth of maintenance restoration and enhancement over the next seven years the DB6 was treated to various structural bodywork repairs (new inner outer sills jacking points plates door bottoms step sections and refurbished wheelarches etc) an upgrade of its original engine to 4.2 litre specification (reground crankshaft enlarged bores new Cosworth pistons unleaded valves valve seats and fresh timing chains etc) ZF five-speed manual gearbox conversion (1995) front suspension overhaul (1996) and Dubonnet Rosso respray (1997) not to mention an uprated fuel pump heavy-duty starter motor and Kenlowe fans. Sold by Mr Sternberg to Adrian Hall-Carpenter Esq. of Shipdham via the Stratton Motor Company (Norfolk) Ltd in January 2002 the four-seater benefited from attention to its brakes suspension (Harvey Bailey handling kit installed) and rear 1969 ASTON MARTIN DB6 ESTIMATE 120 000 140 000 axle whilst at the main dealer. Prior to tackling the May 12th-18th 2002 Classic Malts Scottish Reliability Trial Mr Hall-Carpenter had marque specialist Newland Motors of Forest Row East Sussex refresh the Aston Martin s engine (new main bearings big-end bearings piston rings) and gearbox (fresh output bearings two synchro rings needle roller bearing). Carried out at an indicated (1)06 602 miles the work cost some 8 102.88 (while total expenditure with Newland Motors exceeded 13 000). A long-term Aston Martin Owners Club member the vendor purchased chassis DB6 3581 R from Mr Hall-Carpenter in July 2003. Appraised by marque specialist Nic Joberns of Andy Chapman Classics Ltd (which later traded as Torque Automotive Engineering) some four months later at an indicated (1)11 551 miles the DB6 underwent a front rear suspension spanner check gained a stainless steel exhaust system plus had improvements made to its heater steering rack gaiter handbrake cooling system engine mounts and front wheel bearings brakes etc. Returning to Nic Joberns in late 2004 at an indicated (1)11 886 miles the four-seater had new power steering alternator belts fitted and its triple SU carburettors overhauled. Responsible for installing a new cylinder head gasket and correct timing chain slipper pads three years later at an indicated (1)14 028 miles 79 77 Mr Joberns changed the gearbox and rear axle oils at the same time. Aston Engineering Ltd of Derby performed a 5 000-mile service in January 2012 at an indicated (1)15 472 miles which also saw them renew the anti-roll bar link clutch slave cylinder bonnet pad thermostat fuel filler cap seals radius arms and upper wishbone bushes as well as making good some boot floor corrosion and installing service exchange rear dampers. A reluctant sale due to medical problems chassis DB6 3581 R now displays some (1)16 000 miles and is rated by the vendor as follows Bodywork generally very good Engine very good starts readily drives well Electrical Equipment very good (clock not working) master switch in boot Paintwork generally good Transmission very good and Interior Trim original leather upholstery new carpets in good condition . A participant in the April 2005 Royal Windsor St George s Day Festival of Aston Martin (a copy photo of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip viewing the car is included) and spectator at the 2005 Le Mans 24-hours (where it even took to the circuit) this distinctively registered DB6 - DBG 307 - is offered for sale with instruction book jack tool roll MOT certificate valid until November 24th 2014 and invoices totalling more than 90 000. 1965 MERCEDES-BENZ 300 SE CABRIOLET 78 ESTIMATE 45 000 55 000 REG NO CHASSIS DSX136C 11202322007418 Unveiled in April 1961 the flagship Fintail - the 300SE - was given its own type designation of W112. Powered by a Bosch fuel-injected M189 2996cc straight-six engine (derived from that of the legendary 300SL Gullwing ) the luxurious newcomer was equipped with air suspension four-speed automatic transmission power steering four-wheel disc brakes leather upholstery and burr walnut veneers as standard. Initially available in four-door Saloon guise only Mercedes-Benz s range topper could be had as a two-door Coupe or Convertible from March 1962 onwards. A decidedly handsome design (roof up or down) the 300SE Cabriolet enjoyed a notably pliant ride and effortless performance. Fearsomely expensive the rakish soft-top accounted for just 708 sales between March 1962 and December 1967 (though a mere 92 of those were to right-hand drive specification). An original right-hand drive 300SE cabriolet chassis 11202322007418 nevertheless spent some time in America before being imported to the UK by its previous keeper during September 2004. Treated to an extensive bare metal restoration thereafter work had yet to be completed when the MercedesBenz entered the current ownership in February 2012. Entrusted to Rees Bros of Aldershot for finishing the four-seater had attention paid to its radiator exhaust fuel system steering brakes and electrics at a cost of some 13 531.97. Having spent 160.5 hours on the project Rees Bros wrote an insurance valuation report on 20th June 2012 which gave the following condition ratings Bodywork & Paintwork - Excellent Mechanical - Excellent. The engine has been overhauled. Interior Trim Excellent. The trim and woodwork have been fully restored. Chromework & Electric - Excellent . The vendor now assesses DSX 136C to be variously good (engine electrical equipment automatic transmission) or excellent (bodywork paintwork interior trim) and is offering it for sale complete numerous restoration photographs sundry spare trim items and a fresh MOT certificate. 80 1973 JAGUAR E-TYPE V12 ROADSTER ESTIMATE 60 000 70 000 REG NO CHASSIS 79 ETY 8E 1S1721BW 1 of 1 872 RHD cars and current ownership since 1997 overhauled its factory-fitted V12 engine is still carburettor-fed but exhales through a stainless steel exhaust. A measure of Mr Fare s care and attention to detail he reportedly rejected seven or eight new bonnets before accepting the one which currently adorns the Roadster. Submitted for its first post-restoration MOT test with a zeroed odometer on May 10th 2000 the E-type has since covered some 20 000 miles. Returned to Michael Fare for routine servicing winter storage and MOT testing etc the past few years have also seen chassis 1S1721BW treated to an external repaint renewed braided fuel lines and most recently the engine out replacement of a gearbox oil seal and sundry bushes (March 2014). Performing well on a recent test drive with the vendor at the helm he rates the Jaguar s engine gearbox electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork as all very good . Passing its last MOT test on March 19th 2014 with no advisories this much loved E-type is offered for sale complete with distinctive ETY8E number plate copy restoration photos assorted invoices original steering wheel tailor-made dust cover and current road fund licence (for which it will very soon not have to pay). 81 Only in production from February 1971 to June 1974 just 1 872 right-hand drive Jaguar E-type Series 3 V12 Roadsters were made. According to its accompanying JDHT Certificate chassis 1S1721BW was completed on 24th January 1973 and supplied new via Henlys of London. Entering the current ownership some twenty-four years later the two-seater was entrusted to marque specialist Michael Fare of Preston for a meticulous ground up refurbishment. Photographically documented the work included extensive bodywork repairs and a return to the car s original Signal Red livery. Converted from automatic to four-speed manual transmission the Jaguar also gained a Moto Lita steering wheel modern fuel pump (complete with isolator switch) Black leather upholstery chrome wire wheels and carbon fibre brake pads. Thoroughly 1968 SKODA OCTAVIA COMBI REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg 740509 80 ESTIMATE 4 000 6 000 This very rare left-hand drive Skoda Combi was imported from Slovakia s capital Bratislava and comes with its original Slovakian registration document which will enable registration in the UK. The vendor describes the paintwork as very good and the interior as unmarked and feels the unwarranted odometer reading of c.63 000km may well be genuine. Finished in white with red cloth interior and featuring a 4-cylinder 1221cc engine mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox this unusual station wagon is offered with MoT to April 2015. 1936 VAUXHALL DX 14 6 SALOON REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg 653291 81 ESTIMATE 3 000 4 000 Purchased from the Sharpe Collection sale in 2005 this Vauxhall had been exhibited in the Ramsgate Motor Museum whilst in their ownership. In 2008 a sum of 4272.88 was spent with David Wall of Wroxham for renovation work and to get it in running condition. Originally registered CYK 645 the car does not currently have a V5 and it may be possible to apply to DVLA for this registration to be reallocated. Believed to be in good condition it is offered with sundry correspondence expired MoT dated 2011 and David Wall invoice. 1971 JAGUAR E-TYPE V12 COUPE REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg 1S72071 82 ESTIMATE 3 000 4 000 Now here s a perfect job for the summer Repatriated from Texas some years ago by a previous owner from the oil industry this lefthand drive V12 Coupe currently lacks an engine gearbox and brightwork and is in need of a complete restoration. Finished in Light Blue with contrasting Dark Blue interior it is being offered complete with Heritage certificate because the vendor s car collection has outgrown its existing space. With E-Type values rising by the day such opportunities are rapidly diminishing. 82 1975 BMW 2002 Tii REG NO CHASSIS MYS 85P 2771218 One of the last examples produced in right-hand drive MYS 85P is finished in Glacier White with a retrimmed blue black half leather interior. The car has been in the current ownership for approximately five years during which time much work has been carried out including replacement of the wheel arches and a respray. Fitted with reconditioned Wolfrace alloys it is described by the vendor as being in very good condition throughout. A manual 4-speed transmission example displaying some 86 000 miles on the odometer this increasingly collectible BMW is offered with Swansea V5 document MoT to September 2014 and assorted invoices. ESTIMATE 10 000 12 000 83 1995 JAGUAR XJ12 REG NO CHASSIS T.B.A. SAJJHALS3AR703234 Purchased by the vendor in 1997 when it had covered c.15 000 miles we are advised this smart XJ12 has now covered c.58 000 genuine miles. Only offered for sale due to the owner s advancing years it is accompanied by a Swansea V5 and MoT to August 2014 and has been regularly serviced. Having had just one former keeper it is presented with unmarked upholstery . The vendor further informs us the car requires a new condenser for the air conditioning system and that the cherished registration number is being retained. ESTIMATE 2 000 3 000 84 1995 MG R V8 REG NO CHASSIS N84 EKP SARRAWBMBMG002055 This tidy RV8 is finished in the classic combination of British Racing Green body and Cream leather interior. Its engine has uprated cylinder heads lightweight flywheel fast road camshaft and rechipped ECU courtesy of Maidstone Sports Cars. The steering and suspension have been upgraded by Frontline a Powerflow stainless steel exhaust installed and air conditioning retrofitted. This doubtless very rapid MG also features Minilite-style wheels Pioneer CD a new roof fitted by Brown & Gammons in 2013 and comes with MOT into February and tax to the end of August. 83 ESTIMATE 10 000 12 000 85 1996 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL R REG NO CHASSIS 2 EEC SCBZB15C0TCH53174 86 ESTIMATE 28 000 32 000 subsequent service was carried out in Monaco but has not been recorded. Displaying 58 984 miles at the time of cataloguing the car presents extremely well bar a few blemishes to the paintwork and is offered with the registration number 2 EEC owner s handbook service book assorted invoices and MoT to March 2015. The vendor is awaiting a replacement V5 document from DVLA and it is hoped this will have been received by the time of sale. One of just 1290 examples manufactured 2 EEC is finished in red with Magnolia leather and has been in the current ownership since 2007. Last serviced on 12 March 2014 by Belgravia Garage London work included replacement of the front brake pads and a fresh MoT at a cost of 2625.00. The car boasts a comprehensive service history with the accompanying service book stamped up to November 2011 when the mileage was 55 570 miles. We are advised a 1964 BENTLEY S3 SALOON REG NO CHASSIS 492 KY B434EC 87 ESTIMATE 20 000 25 000 Classic Restoration Co when the indicated mileage was 64 100 and approximately 10 000 miles have been covered since this work was carried out. During the current ownership the vendor has funded repairs to the paintwork and other general maintenance. B434EC is accompanied by an extensive history file and is offered with Swansea V5 document and a current MoT certificate. 84 Finished in Maroon over Crystal complemented by Cream leather upholstery this smartly presented S3 was first registered to a Mr Moore of Yorkshire on 1st May 1964. Subsequent owners have included Duncan Hamilton & Co a Charles Palmer a Thomas Sloper The Real Car Co and the vendor who purchased it from the Real Car Co in 2010. During 1990 1992 the car was treated to a 33 000 restoration by The 1937 VAUXHALL DX 14 6 DROPHEAD COUPE REG NO CHASSIS FPB 831 665872 ESTIMATE 10 000 12 000 Introduced in late 1934 the Vauxhall DX 14 6 was notable for being among the first British-built cars to feature independent front suspension and an allsynchromesh manual gearbox. Powered by a 1781cc straight-six engine that boasted overhead valvegear coil ignition and some 42bhp 3 500rpm the Vauxhall was reputedly capable of 70mph. Restyled for the 1937-model year it gained a waterfall grille and easy clean wheels. Although available with various coachbuilt bodystyles the vast majority 88 of DX 14 6s were sold as factory-bodied saloons. Entering the current ownership during September 1993 this coachbuilt Drophead Coupe example was taken off the road just a few months later. Dry stored since then the four-seater is variously rated by the vendor as original (paintwork black leather upholstery) good (1.8-litre 6cyl engine 4-speed gearbox bodywork) or believed OK (electrical equipment). A potentially rewarding project it will require recommissioning prior to road use. 1998 BENTLEY AZURE REG NO CHASSIS R439KGF SCBZK15C6WCH61688 ESTIMATE 35 000 40 000 Pininfarina constructed the bodyshells for the Azure and designed and manufactured its Convertible roof - an item of true artistry. Final assembly of the model took place at Rolls-Royce in Crewe. A total of just 1 098 standard specification Azures were produced all told plus a further 223 Mulliner Le Mans etc variants on the same luxurious theme. The dark Blue bodywork of R439 KGF is teamed with a Cream hide interior. The Bentley s first three service stamps 85 89 were courtesy of HR Owen in London however one entered by Manhattan Motors of New York points to it having enjoyed a sojourn in the USA at some stage. The vendor grades the paintwork interior trim and engine as very good and the two-door bodywork as good and is now selling the Azure complete with the original service book and owner s manual plus an MOT valid into December. The recorded mileage is an unwarranted 47 000. 2002 JAGUAR XK8 CONVERTIBLE REG NO CHASSIS SG02APX SAJAC42M92NA28165 90 ESTIMATE 7 000 9 000 Good XK8s are in increasing demand so this example s full service history should catch the eye of the collectors as it apparently supports the indicated mileage of 80 890. The Jaguar is pleasingly finished in Silver and trimmed in Black hide. Its 4.0-litre V8 powerplant is coupled to automatic transmission for effortless high-speed motoring. The vendor classes the trim as excellent the bodywork paintwork and engine as very good and the gearbox as all good . The Jaguar is MOT d into April 2015. 1978 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE 1200 REG NO CHASSIS ADD106S 1182107526 First registered in the UK on 18th June 1986 this LHD Beetle is finished in light green over cream with white cream interior. A 1200cc example the vendor describes the bodywork and paintwork as being very good overall bar a couple of scratches the engine as very good the transmission as all good and the interior trim very good . Offered with Swansea V5 document and advisory-free current MoT expiring July 2014. 91 ESTIMATE 3 500 4 500 1990 MERCEDES-BENZ 500 SL REG NO CHASSIS Non EU-Reg T.B.A. 92 NO RESERVE The first keeper of this righthand drive Charcoal Grey Channel Island R129 model was the owner of the local Mercedes BMW garage. It therefore has a very high specification and good history which evidently supports the current indicated mileage of 62 000. Recent maintenance includes the replacement of the engine mounts and a gearbox overhaul by Dunnings Automatics Ltd. The vendor now considers the bodywork Light Grey interior trim and V8 engine to be very good and the paintwork to be good . 86 1955 MG TF 1500 REG NO CHASSIS Un-Reg HDP46 10004 This splendid-looking lefthand drive late model TF is a genuine three owner example that has recently been imported from Pennsylvania with full import duty paid. Currently displaying 70 000 miles the MG has driven just 2 500 of those since being treated to a comprehensive restoration. The work included a respray in Cream and retrim with Red leather seats door cards etc and Black carpets. The 1500cc B Series engine and gearbox were overhauled and a new clutch installed. The many new parts and accessories include a stainless steel exhaust system and Brooklands-type aero screens. ESTIMATE 18 000 22 000 93 1973 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE 1303 CABRIOLET REG NO CHASSIS Non EU-Reg 1332852313 This original Volkswagen Beetle 1303 Karmann Cabriolet was imported into Guernsey from the mainland in the 1990s. It has recently been treated to a mechanical service plus various new body panels flooring and hood and a respray in Black. The vendor says it is a great driver and recently completed a 300 mile daytrip with no issues. The interior is original and he currently rates the bodywork paintwork flat-four engine and four-speed gearbox as very good . NO RESERVE 94 1946 MG TC REG NO CHASSIS SO 7642 TC1403 Although still recorded on the DVLA and HPi databases under the registration number SO 7642 this MG TC has lain unclaimed on the vendor s farm for over twenty years. In need of total restoration the sportscar has lost a number of components including its radiator cylinder head engine ancillaries interior and instrumentation etc. However the outer face of its nearside dumb iron still carries the chassis number stamping TC1403. Not beyond salvation it is offered for sale without documentation. 87 NO RESERVE 95 1933 MG J2 MIDGET Offered from the collection of the late Roy Jarvis REG NO CHASSIS OY 6763 J24110 96 ESTIMATE 30 000 35 000 full length flared wings aero screens headlamp stone guards chromed Lucas Altette horns copper exhaust tailpipe starting handle fuel tank dipper and the embossed MG octagon logo of the door cards. Finished in Porsche Guards Red and trimmed in Cream leather the J2 is nowadays considered by Mr Jarvis s family to have excellent bodywork very presentable paintwork and very good interior trim and carpets. An altogether very presentable example of this much loved British classic. A founder member of the Newmarket Car Club Roy Jarvis purchased OY 6763 in a semi-dismantled state after it had been part-modified for the fitment of a Ford engine. The MG was then stripped to the bare chassis and much detailed restoration work carried out by Mr Jarvis whilst simultaneously returning the Midget to its correct specification. Once completed the two-seater featured in a multipage article in the February 1993 edition of Practical Classics magazine. Of note are the now quite rare 1938 MG VA TOURER Offered from the collection of the late Roy Jarvis REG NO CHASSIS BBK 572 VA1026T 97 ESTIMATE 28 000 32 000 Champagne (Cream) and trimmed in Blue leather. It featured on the cover of The Automobile magazine (May 1992 issue) and is now being offered complete with a history file that includes the old buff log book. Mr Jarvis s family views the car s bodywork interior trim and four-cylinder engine as excellent and the paintwork and four-speed manual gearbox as very good . BBK 572 was last taxed to June 2013 and currently displays an unwarranted 24 525 miles. 88 BBK 572 was first registered on January 16th 1938 and purchased by Roy Jarvis in Newmarket during 1972. A somewhat protracted but sympathetic restoration followed in between his family and work commitments. The current engine is an overhauled unit sourced from a VA Saloon the machining of which was carried out by Wicken Crankshaft Co. while the carburettors were refurbished by the Carburettor Exchange of Leighton Buzzard. This rare and desirable MG is finished in Reliant 1960 MESSERSCHMITT KR200 Offered from the collection of the late Roy Jarvis REG NO CHASSIS 962 GAF 69407 ESTIMATE 16 000 18 000 Interest in bubble cars has been on the rise for some time of which many view the tandem seat Messerschmitts as the cream of the crop. This delightful KR200 was first registered on February 1st 1960. It is finished in two-tone Grey over Light Blue and trimmed in White-piped Red vinyl. Mr Jarvis s family consider the bodywork and all-important Perspex bubble and sliding windows to be in very good condition the interior trim original and very 98 good and the paintwork average good . However they currently class the engine as no better than fair as it is apparently delivering below average performance and therefore maybe in need of a degree of rectification. This delightful microcar much of which appears to be highly original and unmolested is being offered complete with V5C and a file containing numerous papers and invoices. It was last taxed to August 2012 and currently displays an unwarranted 44 381 miles. 1950 FORD V8 PILOT Offered from the collection of the late Roy Jarvis REG NO CHASSIS CGV 450 E71A7239098 ESTIMATE 9 000 10 000 Finished in Sage Green matched to Tan upholstery and Oatmeal coloured carpets this venerable Ford is a highly original car whose currently displayed 61 908 miles could very well be correct. Such iconic parts as the Bakelite dashboard art deco instruments marble-effect steering wheel and rear window blind are all in superb original order . The engine bay is equally authentic and contains a host of period-correct features. The chassis and running gear are said to be 89 99 very sound the panel fit excellent throughout and the tyres in good condition with plenty of tread. The paintwork was renewed some years ago and while not perfect suits the car well . There is light spotting on the brightwork. CGV 450 was last taxed in 2012 and is now being sold complete with Clayton under-dash heater AA and Caravan Club badges and history file. A rare opportunity to acquire an unmolested classic British-made Ford of considerable character. 1979 PORSCHE 911 SC 59 000 miles from new REG NO CHASSIS FFG837X 91A0130630 100 ESTIMATE 22 000 26 000 and Autostrasse etc. Entrusted to RSR Engineering for a fresh clutch plate and top-end engine overhaul (new tensioner kit valve guides later-type head studs) at 47 621 miles FFG 837X has also had attention paid to its original Light Green Metallic livery. Well preserved the factory-fitted interior is trimmed in Brown with Pascha velour inserts. Serviced on an annual basis by the vendor (a garage proprietor) this low mileage 911SC is offered for sale with history file and fresh MOT certificate. A 1980-model year car chassis 91A0130630 was supplied new to Jersey on 18th October 1979. DVLA (UK) road registered some two years later at c.11 000 miles the Porsche is known to have subsequently passed through the hands of Mr Goodwin Mrs Spiller Mr Krajci Mr Hickman-Ashby and Mr Burnett before entering the current ownership during April 2010. Dating back to 1984 accompanying invoices show that the 911SC has been maintained by Camtune AFN Chariots Autofarm 1935 FORD MODEL 48 THREE-WINDOW COUPE REG NO CHASSIS PDH 595 9707 101 ESTIMATE 18 000 22 000 Fenton of Walsall at the time the 2 2-seater then passed to Geoffrey G Jeakins of Walton-on-the-Naze before entering the current ownership during August 2010. Presenting as an older restoration the Ford sports a greyhound mascot wood-effect painted dashboard rumble seat and brown pinstripe cloth upholstery. Showing an unwarranted 79 941 miles to its odometer this desirable Three-Window Coupe is offered for sale with buff logbook V5C Registration Document and fresh MOT certificate. 90 Introduced for 1935 the Model 48 featured a relocated 3622cc V8 sidevalve engine and transverse-leaf springs that sat outside its wheelbase. The result was The Ford Centerpoise Ride - Smooth as a Swing and lowerslung bodywork. Long sought after by the hot-rodding community unmodified examples of the handsome Three-Window Coupe are now few and far between. Built in Canada to right-hand drive specification chassis 9707 did not acquire its current UK registration - PDH 595 - until 1st July 1952. Belonging to Geoffrey E. 1992 MERCEDES-BENZ 230 CE REG NO CHASSIS B9 DDH WDB1240432B677494 A very tidy righthand drive example of Daimler Benz s enduring 124 Series this 230CE Coupe is finished in an appealing shade of Metallic Blue complemented by a Dark Cream hide interior. The vendor informs us that it wants for nothing and classes the bodywork paintwork interior trim sixcylinder engine and five-speed automatic gearbox as all good . The Benz comes with a full service history supporting the currently indicated mileage of 112 000 and it is MOT d to February 17 of next year. ESTIMATE 2 500 3 500 102 1984 HUDSON KINDRED SPIRIT REG NO CHASSIS B846RAH 070056 The first three-wheeler offering from Hudson Component Cars of Norwich was the Free Spirit which required a Renault 5 donor car for its mechanical components. Its success led to the longer Kindred Spirit creating space for a passenger or additional stowage. Finished in Blue and Cream and trimmed in Black this example is powered by a 1397cc Renault unit - the best of the engine options. The vendor informs us that the fibreglass bodywork paintwork trim engine and five-speed gearbox are all good . ESTIMATE 2 500 3 500 103 1978 MG MIDGET 1500 REG NO CHASSIS BBY451T GAN6209608G Finished in black with black interior we are advised this Midget had been with its previous owner for quite some time. Described as having very good bodywork and paintwork with very tidy interior and engine in good working order it is expected to possess a fresh MoT by the sale. Offered with Swansea V5 document. ESTIMATE 1 500 2 000 91 104 1931 AUSTIN 12 4 LIGHT ETON TOURER REG NO CHASSIS EU-Reg 68864 105 ESTIMATE 16 000 18 000 John Holloway (2003) Robert Lintall (2004) and Eric Bowman (2004) from whom the vendor acquired it in 2006 and exported it to Ireland where it has remained until now. The 1.9-litre engine is cooled by a combination of pump and fan and coupled to a fourspeed manual gearbox. The cable-operated brakes are supplemented by a transmission handbrake. A unique opportunity to acquire a rare and apparently very original British classic. This 12 is the two-seater version complete with dickey and was supplied new by Rootes of Maidstone to a Miss Hallifax-Ward (reputedly a friend of Lord Austin) for the princely sum of 275. Robert Thornton acquired it from the now unknown second owner in 1966 and retained it until at least 1973 when it featured in a Michael Sedgwick article in Veteran And Vintage magazine of which the vendor has a copy. In recent years it was owned in quick succession by NOTES 92 LATE ENTRIES 1969 MERCEDES-BENZ 280 SL REG NO CHASSIS TOR322G 11304412009894 A California Coupe complete with rear seats and detachable hardtop this left-hand drive 280SL is understood to have spent some thirty years in a private collection before being exported from The Golden State during 2012. Kept garaged since entering the current UK ownership that same year the Mercedes-Benz is equipped with automatic transmission and alloy wheels. Seemingly wellsuited to Continental touring TOR 322G currently displays an unwarranted 22 000 miles to its odometer. ESTIMATE 45 000 55 000 106 1968 MERCEDES-BENZ 250 SL REG NO CHASSIS NDD250F 11304322004438 Finished in White with Blue Tex upholstery this rare right-hand drive 250SL is rated by the vendor as good with regard to its engine automatic transmission electrical equipment interior trim bodywork and paintwork. An older restoration that has undergone a degree of more recent fettling the two-seater sports soft-top and hardtop roofs. Passing its last MOT test on March 14th 2014 with no advisories this stylish Pagoda is accompanied by a paperwork file and historic class (free) road fund licence valid until February 28th 2015. ESTIMATE 50 000 60 000 107 1980 MG MIDGET 1500 REG NO CHASSIS PVL264V GAN6224276G Finished in Old English White with Black interior we are advised by the vendor that PVL 264V has recently been treated to a 726 engine service 4 new Goodyear tyres new mechanical fuel pump walnut dash and a new battery. The vendor currently describes the interior engine and gearbox as good plus the bodywork and paintwork as very good . Offered for sale with MOT certificate valid until March 2015 this tempting MG is seemingly ready to make the most of any sunshine we have this year ESTIMATE 2 000 3 000 108 93 NOTES 94 NOTES 95 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 by 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 Prospective Purchasers should supply banker s references 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 a 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 we will not be responsible for any errors inaccuracies or omissions in the currency converter. Damage Any visitor to our premises or auction venue will be held liable for all damage caused however so effected and shall reimburse H&H or its agents for all costs and expenses relating to the rectification of such damage. 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. Injury H&H 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. Bidding Increments In the case of Commission Telephone and Live and On-line Internet bidding the following increments will apply. 1 000 - 2 000 2 000 - 5 000 5 000 - 10 000 10 000 - 20 000 20 000 - 50 000 50 000 - 100 000 Over 100 000 100 200 300 500 1 000 2 000 3 000 5 000 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% (minimum of 150) Registrations 12% (minimum of 50) Motorcycles 12% (minimum of 50) Bicycles 12% (minimum of 10) Automobilia 12% (minimum of 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 execute commission bids when instructed. Lot(s) will be bought as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and reserves. References are required by either method and interested bidders are required to pay 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 H&H Classics Limited IBAN Number GB98NWBK01091771060480 Swift Code NWBKGB2L Account Number 71060480 Branch Sort Code 01-09-17 Bank Nat West Warrington 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 this car PRIOR to bidding. 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. 96 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 provider Kent Vale 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 following charges will apply Motor Cars Charges are 175 per vehicle for removal and 10 per day for storage for the first 14 days and 30 per week after then. Motorcycles Charges are 60 per bike for removal and 5 per day for storage for the first 14 days and 15 per week after then. Bicycles Charges are 20 per bike for removal and 3 per day for storage for the first 14 days and 8 per week after then. Automobilia Automobilia 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 B - larger items and marked in the sales catalogue - 15 uplift 2 per day storage C - the largest items marked in the sales catalogue - 50 uplift 5 per day storage R - items needing to be Referred for individual quotations marked R in the sales catalogue All charges quoted are subject to VAT and may be subject to change. Competition History and Vehicle Identity H&H 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 car of a single identity to have more than one chassis body or other mechanical components. This may have happened several times both in a car s works career and thereafter in private owner hands. Sometimes works cars were fitted with different registration plates so that a car 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. Terms and conditions of business TERMS AND 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 immediately before the Terms and Conditions of Business in 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 - 5 uplift and 1 per day storage (subject to change without notice). B - larger items and marked in the sales catalogue - 10 uplift 2 per day storage (subject to change without notice). C - the largest items marked in the sales catalogue - 30 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. 97 Terms and conditions of business (continued) 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 and shall include the Agent as well as the Principal. 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% 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% 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% to the Buyer 10% to the Seller (minimum 50 to both parties) Entry fee - 50 Bicycles 12% to the Buyer (minimum of 10) Seller s charges available on application Automobilia Motobilia 12% 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 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. 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 - 98 (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 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 3 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 8 working 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. 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 99 Terms and conditions of business (continued) 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 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 nonAuctioneer 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 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. 23. Any notice by the Auctioneer to a Seller consignor prospective bidder or Buyer may be given by hand delivery by first class mail or by airmail or by fax or E-mail and if so given shall be deemed (unless shown to have been received earlier) to have been duly received by the addressee 36 hours after posting in the case of first class mail or airmail and 6 hours after transmission in the case of fax or email. In all cases it shall be sufficient for such notice to be delivered to the last known address of the recipient. 24. 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. 25. 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. 26. 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FP ADH&099.03.14 Vehicles in Today s Sale MOTORCYCLES Lot No. 20 21 27 29 17 35 34 46 23 18 16 28 25 26 33 44 15 19 39 32 37 31 41 24 43 30 38 14 40 22 36 42 45 1953 Ambassador Embassy 1968 Benelli Sprite 1956 BSA DB32 Gold Star 1947 BSA XB31 Trials Works c.1972 Bultaco Pursang Cotton Telstar 1938 DKW SS 250 Split Single 1947 Douglas Mk1 1949 Douglas Mk4 1947 Douglas T35 1998 Easy Rider M50 Monkey Bike 1998 Honda RS125 1969 Honda SS125A 1953 Norton International 1936 NSU 501 SS 1955 NSU Sportmax 1955 NSU Sportmax Engine 1950 Sunbeam S8 1983 Suzuki XR41 1969 Triumph T100C Tiger 1975 Triumph T160 Trident 1937 Velocette KSS 1960 Velocette Venom 1955 Villof 125 1955 Vincent Black Knight 1951 Vincent Black Shadow 1950 Vincent Comet 2008 Vincent Engine 1951 Vincent Rapide Combination 1978 Yamaha DT125MX 1971 Yamaha TD2 1974 Yamaha TZ350A 1974 Yamaha TZ750A MOTOR CARS Lot No. 30 44 5 77 49 105 53 36 27 14 89 86 55 32 62 1961 AC Greyhound 1931 Alvis 12 50 TJ Tourer 1961 Alvis TD21 Special 1969 Aston Martin DB6 1973 Aston Martin V8 1931 Austin 12 4 Light Eton Tourer 1966 Austin Mini Cooper S 1957 Austin Princess 4 Litre MKIV Saloon 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 MkI c.1901 Belle 6 8hp Tonneau 1998 Bentley Azure 1996 Bentley Continental R 1999 Bentley Continental SC Sedanca 1950 Bentley MK VI Sports Saloon 1953 Bentley R-Type Lightweight Sports Saloon 56 1956 Bentley S1 Drophead Coupe 87 1964 Bentley S3 Saloon 83 1975 BMW 2002 Tii 71 1970 Bond Bug 700ES 68 1991 Cadillac Brougham 3 1994 Daimler Double Six 19 1961 Daimler SP250 Dart 22 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB Vetroresina 73 1998 Ferrari F355 Spider 41 1987 Ford Capri 2.8i 20 1971 Ford Capri 3000 GT 72 1969 Ford Cortina Lotus MKII 46 1963 Ford Lotus Cortina 101 1935 Ford Model 48 Three-Window Coupe 69 1927 Ford Model T Saloon 99 1950 Ford V8 Pilot 63 1936 Ford V8 Woodie Station Wagon 103 1984 Hudson Kindred Spirit 39 1933 Humber 12 Saloon 54 1962 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Coupe 24 1966 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2 2 Coupe 82 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe 79 1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster 66 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster 52 1959 Jaguar MK IX 84 1995 Jaguar XJ12 90 2002 Jaguar XK8 Convertible 16 1972 Jensen Interceptor III 18 1932 Lagonda 2 Litre Continental Tourer 35 1935 Lagonda M45 T8 Tourer 2 1985 Land Rover Ninety 2.5 Diesel 29 1964 Lotus Elan GTS 50 1968 Lotus Elan S3 SE 23 1972 Lotus Elan Sprint Convertible 48 1923 Marmon Model 34B 2-Passenger Speedster 47 1977 Maserati Khamsin 6 1961 Mercedes-Benz 180 102 1992 Mercedes-Benz 230 CE Lot No. 4 78 92 98 58 10 96 104 85 95 57 59 60 93 97 7 13 8 9 40 11 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 B Saloon 1965 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Cabriolet 1990 Mercedes-Benz 500 SL 1960 Messerschmitt KR200 1962 MG A 1600 MkII Roadster 1963 MG B Competition Roadster 1933 MG J2 Midget 1978 MG Midget 1500 1995 MG R V8 1946 MG TC 1953 MG TD 1952 MG TD MK II 1954 MG TF 1250 1955 MG TF 1500 1938 MG VA Tourer 1948 Morgan 4-4 1954 Morgan Plus 4 1933 Morgan Three Wheeler Morgan Three Wheeler Spares 1960 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller 1948 Nash 4871 Ambassador Custom Cabriolet 17 1937 Packard 120 Deluxe Touring Limousine 51 1925 Panhard et Levassor Type X45 Saloon 43 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet 100 1979 Porsche 911 SC 76 1971 Porsche 911 T 64 1971 Porsche 914 6 65 1938 Rapier Ten Supercharged Tourer 67 1962 Reliant Sabre 4 42 1922 Renault Type II Torpedo 45 1935 Riley 12 4 Special 15 1954 Riley Ramsay SP6 34 1934 Rolls-Royce 20 25 Limousine de Ville 31 1933 Rolls-Royce 20 25 Sedanca De Ville 61 1923 Rolls-Royce 20hp Convertible 33 1937 Rolls-Royce 25 30 Tourer 21 1972 Rolls-Royce Corniche Drophead Coupe 1 1960 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II 75 1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III 28 1993 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Touring Limousine 26 1937 Singer Nine Sports Four-Seater 80 1968 Skoda Octavia Combi 74 1977 Triumph Stag 12 1954 Triumph TR2 25 1959 Triumph TR3A 37 1968 Triumph TR6 70 1993 TVR Chimaera 38 1990 TVR S3 88 1937 Vauxhall DX 14 6 Drophead Coupe 81 1936 Vauxhall DX 14 6 Saloon 91 1978 Volkswagen Beetle 1200 94 1973 Volkswagen Beetle 1303 Cabriolet Scan these codes for up-to-date information late entries and further photographs of every lot. MOTORCYCLES MOTOR CARS 103 If undelivered please return to Haslam Printers Ltd Standish Street Chorley Lancashire PR7 3AJ 2014 Auction Calendar 21st June 23rd July 8th October 12th November 3rd December Rockingham Castle The Pavilion Gardens Imperial War Museum Duxford The Pavilion Gardens Chateau Impney PLEASE NOTE Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these particulars no responsibility is taken for error omission or mis-statement. Imperfections not stated. Photographs of lots may not be of actual item described. Buyers should satisfy themselves prior to bidding as to the condition of each lot and should exercise and rely on their own judgement as to whether the lot accords with its description or not. H&H Classics Limited The Motor House Lyncastle Road Appleton Warrington WA4 4SN Telephone 44 (0) 1925 21 00 35 Fax 08458 33 44 33 Email info