If you are interested in buying a classic car but have a limited budget then you may wish to take a look at Mathewsons classic vehicle auction that is to take place on the 22nd August 2020 in view of the estimated sale price of some of the vehicles. Due to the pandemic, you will not be able to attend on the day to bid but can instead bid either via the Internet, telephone or commission bids. Viewing by prior appointment is a possibility.
Below we mention just some of the classic cars being offered for sale but full details can be found on the auctioneer’s website.
Take a look at a 1966 Riley 4/72 that has a 1622cc engine. It is said to have only done 55,000 miles making it very low mileage for its age. The bodywork is in a two-tone green. The vehicle has appeared in a number of films. It is said to be in sound condition. It is a lovely looking saloon car. It has an estimated price of £4,500 to £5,000.
A 1967 Sunbeam Rapier V has had some recent restoration work. It has 57,712 miles on the clock making it extremely low mileage for a car of this age. It has an estimated price of £9,000 to £10,000. This nice looking saloon car has green bodywork.
How about a 1931 Wolseley Hornet with blue coachwork that has a 1479cc engine and is said to start easily. It is a pleasant looking 4-seater saloon classic car. It has an estimated sale price of £7,500 to £8,500.
Cast your eyes over a 1975 MG BGT V8 that has an estimated sale price of £6,000 to £8,000. The coachwork is in Blaze. It has a 3,528cc engine so it sounds like it could be quite nippy.
If you fancy a restoration project then why not consider a 1968 MG C Roadster that has an estimated sale price of £5,000 plus. As you will see from the photos on the auctioneer’s website, the vehicle requires a lot of work to get it back on the road.
Obviously, if you are going to purchase a classic car then you will need to make sure that you have adequate classic car insurance in place. So, why not give us a call with a view to getting a competitive quotation.