We thought we would mention just some of the classic cars that are shortly to come up for sale at Bonhams July Motoring Auction that is to take place on the 25th July 2020. You can find more details on the website of Bonhams.
There is a 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 MKI that is being offered for sale for £140,000 to £180,000. It has around 100,000 miles on the clock so has been well used. Having said that, since having had £40,000 spent on a gearbox and engine overhaul it has only done 500 miles. The bodywork is painted in British Racing Green. It has cream leather seats.
You may wish to peruse a 1928 Bentley 41/2-litre Tourer that has an estimated sale price of £380,000 to £400,000. The car was actually owned by people in Scandinavia from 1964 to 1996 before coming back to the UK. It has been in the same ownership since 1997 but now forms part of a deceased estate. Apparently, the classic open – topped tourer has been well maintained.
A 1922 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost 40/50HP Open Tourer is available to buy for an estimated price of £225,000 to £275,000. This wonderful looking vehicle has been in the same family ownership for 57 years. It is said to still have its original gearbox, engine and bodywork.
Take a look at a 1936 Alvis 4.3-Litre SA Drophead Coupe whose coachwork is by Offord and Sons. It is believed to be one of only 95 4.3-Litre models that have survived all these years. It is a 4-seater so there is the opportunity to take the family out in it on a lovely, warm summer’s day with the roof down. Apparently, in its hey-day it was extremely fast being capable of reaching 100mph. It has an estimated sale price of £115,000 to £120,000.
If you are considering buying a classic car then you will need to make sure that it is suitably insured. In that respect, why not get in contact with us with a view to obtaining a competitive classic car insurance quotation without any obligation.