Anglia Car Auctions will run its next sale over two days from 20-21 June to accommodate a catalogue of more than 250 lots. Heading the entries is a 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 in Club Sport trim with a pre-sale estimate of £110,000 – 120,000. Presented in white/black interior it has covered a warranted 4,147 miles, receiving an engine change at 255 miles as part of Porsche’s recall of first generation 991 GT3s.
Other low mileage machinery on offer includes a time-warp 1980 MGB GT with one owner and just 5,794 miles from new (estimate £9,000 – 12,000); a single-family owned 1975 Volkswagen Beetle 1300 with 4,055 miles that was restored in 2012 (estimate £8,000 – 10,000); and a two-owner 20,419-mile 1987 Ford Capri 280 Brooklands (estimate £19,000 – 25,000).
The sale also features a 1967 Morris Mini Traveller with a guide of £36,000 – 44,000. Upgraded for competition use from the outset with a 1,275 Cooper S engine, it received further enhancements in 1970 at renowned Mini specialist Downton Engineering, and more recently was the subject of a £20,000 restoration and engine rebuild to Downton Stage 5 spec by former Downton engineer Steve Harris.
A 1934 Lagonda M45 T7 Tourer is the star of the show at H&H’s online auction on 24 June (estimate £100,000 – 120,000). Kept by its original owner for the first 30 years of its life, the car comes with a documented history of past custodians and has resided in the consignors’ family since 1991.
SWVA launches its first online-only classic car auction on 26 June, with a top-three comprising a 1993 Vauxhall Lotus Carlton which was recently recommissioned and given a new old stock engine (estimate £28,500 – 29,500); a 1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Sports Saloon, believed to be one of nine long wheel base examples by Park Ward (estimate £28,500 – 29,500); and a one-of-25 2008 Lotus Exige S Club Racer with 29,153 miles (estimate £25,000 – 29,000).
A 1960 Lotus Elite with an estimate of £50,000 – 60,000 is among more than 120 cars set to go under the hammer at Classic Car Auctions’ 27 June sale.
Rare-to-auction models include a left-hand drive 1969 Opel GT with bills for £6,000 in the last 12 months (estimate £12,000 – 15,000); a 1978 Toyota Celica GT with less than 10,000 miles use since an award-winning restoration in the late 1990s (estimate £20,000 – 25,000); and a 1980 Ford Fiesta Supersport fresh from a £25,000 restoration (estimate £20,000 – 25,000).
Elsewhere, a two-owner 1958 Jaguar XK 150 3.4 Coupe requiring attention to the engine is listed at £35,000 – 40,000; while a 70,074-mile 1993 Porsche 928 GTS is £30,000 – 35,000 and a right-hand drive 2001 Ferrari 360 Spider showing 41,867 miles carries a guide of £50,000 – 55,000.
Classic car auction price estimates for: Porsche | MG | Volkswagen | Ford | Morris | Lagonda | Vauxhall | Rolls-Royce | Lotus | Opel | Toyota | Jaguar | Ferrari
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