If you are thinking of buying a classic car then you might like to take a look at the Mathewsons.co.uk website where you will be able to view a range of classic cars that are going to be auctioned on the 5th and 6th February 2021. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, you will not be able to attend the auction in person although it is possible to look at the vehicles before the auction takes place. Bidding can be done over the telephone, commission bids and online.
Below we mention just some of the many classic cars that are available to purchase: –
How about a lovely looking 1965 Morris Traveller that has an estimated sale price of £6,500. It has a 1098cc engine. It has red leather seating. The woodwork appears to be in good condition. It appears to have been well looked after but you may wish to view it yourself before considering bidding for it.
It is great to see a 1954 Austin A30 Seven being offered for sale. It has an estimated sale price of £6,000 to £7,000. It has an MOT until May 2021. It has an 800cc engine and has 54,000 miles on the clock. It has black coachwork and has a red leather interior that looks to have been beautifully maintained. This classic car will no doubt catch the eyes of many a passer-by.
If you fancy an open-topped two-seater sports car then why not peruse a 1951 MG TD that has an estimated sale price of £13,000 to £15,000. It has a 1250cc engine. It has a black leather interior. It is said to have a new mohair soft-top. This is certainly a classic car to take out on a lovely summer’s afternoon enabling you to get the roof down.
Why not take a look at a 1968 Wolseley Hornet that has an estimated sale price of £4,750. The bodywork is in porcelain green apart from the roof that is finished in maroon. It has red leather seating. It appears to have been well looked after. It has a 998cc engine.
There is usually quite a bit of interest in classic Jaguars so why not glance over a 1967 Jaguar 420 that has an estimated sale price of £7,000. Its bodywork is in Old English White and it has red leather seating. It has a 4235cc engine. It has period wheel trims and wing mirrors.
If you are looking for something a little different then you might like to look at a 1963 BMW Isetta that has an estimated sale price of £15,000. It is a lovely looking bubble car. It has a 300cc 13bhp engine so is presumably light on fuel consumption. It is said to have been restored over the last two years.
If you are buying a classic car then you might like to get in touch with us and we will do all that we can to help you source competitive class car insurance.