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CCA June 2018 Classic Car Sale Sale Session

CCA June 2018 Classic Car Sale Sale Session

Lot No. 301 - 2001 Mercedes-Benz S500

Sold for: £3,300

Large, powerful and focussed, M-B S-Class 'super saloon'....   Just 62,500 miles with only two previous keepers Subtle style, big capacity and power High spec model incl. soft close doors and boot, Sat Nav and sunroof Thorough servicing history, main dealer up to 49,000 miles Mileage supported by MoT history

Lot No. 302 - 2001 Daimler V8 LWB Saloon X308

Sold for: £3,520

Well appointed LWB car with only two owners from new...   Luxurious interior with a long wheelbase for extra comfort First owned by Jaguar Cars Ltd. and now in the care of the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Just 67,000 miles covered in 17 years (only 4,000 miles per year) Smooth and powerful 4-litre V8 maintained at the Trust's workshop assures quiet and swift motoring  

Lot No. 303 - 1989 Mercedes-Benz 500SL (R107)

Sold for: £18,480

Timeless, still beautiful and growing old gracefully...   Very late production 5-litre V8 benefitting from all those years of development 240bhp and still capable of 0-60 in 7 seconds and 140mph Finished in Champagne Metallic with Cream Leather. With our vendor for 28 years Complete with hard and soft tops and a comprehensive history file  Smart and usable now but guided to allow for some further detailing Will come with an age-related registration number  

Lot No. 304 - 1989 Jaguar XJ-S V12 Convertible

Not sold

Sophisticated top-down motoring with that glorious V12 hush...   Smart Signal Red coachwork with Cream leather piped in Red, and Walnut veneers With only 69,000 miles and some history from 2008 Much money spent in 2012 on suspension and brakes Values of good X-JSs are currently enjoying a renaissance

Lot No. 306 - 1987 MG Maestro 2.0 EFi

Sold for: £3,300

Only four former keepers and 72,000 miles recorded...   Plenty of MoTs back to 1990 tallying with the low mileage Very rare sight nowadays. One of only 33 left in the UK Recently recommissioned and issued with an MoT with no advisories Still with its original supplying dealer sticker in the rear window

Lot No. 307 - 1981 Land Rover Series 3 Stage One V8

Sold for: £6,820

A partially restored, Series 3, Stage-One V8 in Inca Yellow...     Paint is original and in fairly good condition. Body-work has various dents and age-related marks Cab interior very good and benefits from recent refurbishment. Load space is reasonable and fairly tidy The engine is in very good condition and rated highly by a local Land Rover specialist. Running gear in very good condition with a number of new/refurbed components.  Previous owners provided little paperwork but there are invoices/ receipts for work in the last three years.  

Lot No. 309 - 1970 VW Beetle ' Baja Bug'

Not sold

Ultimate specification 2.2Ltr Sand Scorcher Baja Bug...   The first glass-fibre Baja Bugs were produced by Miller-Havens in 1969 Full-size version of Tamiya's 1979 1/10th scale RC car built at huge cost with fantastic detail Custom paint job - powder coated double tube front and rear bumpers with matching sidebars 2187cc built by Daz@Air-cooled Performance. Twin 44 Webers. Scat Crank. 044 CNC Supermag heads, lightened flywheel etc Previously owned by Jay Kay of Jamiroquai  

Lot No. 310 - 1958 Austin Healey Sprite Mk1

Sold for: £12,100

A Frogeye Sprite in Banana Yellow, form an orderly queue... Delivered new to South Africa in 1958 and repatriated to the UK in 2014 Comprehensive documented restoration in Pretoria around 2001.  Work included full engine rebuild, gearbox upgrade and much more Interesting history file showing the South African owners, rebuild photos and the Heritage Certificate Although an "older restoration", the car has remained in a superb condition

Lot No. 311 - 2004 Porsche 911 (997) Carrera 2S Manual

Sold for: £18,150

Smartly presented manual gearbox car with great service history...   The 'S' was fitted with the more powerful 3.8-litre engine and PASM 6-speed manual box, 19" wheels, quad tailpipes, Chrono pack Great colour combination of Slate Grey and red brake calipers Last serviced 2017. Interesting number plate

Lot No. 313 - 1989 Volkswagen Golf Mk1 'Clipper'

Sold for: £6,160

Right-hand drive, soft-top Golf with just 29,000km (18,000miles)...   An exceptionally rare example. 1600cc 4-cylinder with an automatic gearbox Supplied new in Bermuda and repatriated in 2004 by its original lady owner GTI aerodynamic body styling along with 15" polished alloy wheels, sports seats, ABS etc.  Factory manually operated soft top in great condition with tonneau cover and glass rear window  The original Service Book with stamps from Bermuda. Just been serviced including the 'V' belt Totally standard and unmolested. In superb and original condition and just 29,000km (18,000 miles)    

Lot No. 314 - 1988 Ford Fiesta XR2 Mk2

Sold for: £3,410

Sound, if a little scruffy, this could be a cracking project...    Seems to be a nice original car and with recently issued MoT it's road ready Without much investment, it could be brought up to a good standard Sensibly guided to allow for further restoration Excellent registration number. It's a bright red, Mk2, XR2. Someone will do well

Lot No. 315 - 2000 BMW Z3 2.8 Manual

Not sold

One registered owner and 42,000 miles. A wonderful example...    UK-supplied, right-hand drive, manual gearbox, 2.8-litre car In gleaming Titanium Silver with BMW BBS wheels and an electric roof  Fitted with the optional, heated 'M' seats in Red and Black Leather Well-stamped Service Book. All the original handbooks.Fresh MOT prior to auction  Absolutely superb. One of the best we have ever seen