Ascot Racecourse To Host Classic Car Auction

If you are considering purchasing a classic car then you might like to know that Historics Classic and Sportscar Auctions Ltd is to hold an auction of such vehicles at Ascot Racecourse starting at 9.30am on the 17th April 2021. Viewing prior to the auction is possible from the 14th to 16th April 2021 between 9am and 5pm. Below we mention a few of the vehicles that are to be auctioned but a full list can be found on the website.

If a two-seater open topped sports car appeals then you might like to cast your eyes over a 1957 Triumph TR3A that has an estimated sale price of £14,000 to £18,000. It is said to have had a considerable amount of money spent on it over the years. It is worth noting that there is only 15,350 miles showing on the clock. It has red leather seats and wire wheels. It has been converted to right hand drive. This vehicle could attract a lot of attention.

If you like saloon cars then why not have a look at a 1964 Jaguar Mk.11 that has an estimated sale price of £18,000 to £23,000. This has a red leather interior. It is said to have just over 73,000 miles on the clock. It has a 3.4 lite engine and the car had been capable of reaching a speed of 120mph. It has wire wheels thus adding to the kerb appeal.

Another open-topped two-seater sports car that may appeal to quite a few enthusiasts is a white 1966 Triumph Spitfire 4 Mk.11 that has an estimated sale price of £15,000 to £18,000. The odometer says it has done 35,166 miles. It has both a soft top and a hard top. This classic sports car will no doubt catch the eye of many a passer-by.

If you fancy something different then how about a 1961 Bedford J.O Pick-Up that has an estimated sale price of £21,000 to £25,000. This great looking commercial vehicle has had some £75,000 spent on it. Apparently £15,000 was spent on the paintwork. It has to be said, this classic vehicle looks stunning and could attract a great deal of interest from enthusiasts. This is an extremely rare vehicle as it is believed that only twenty are in the UK.

If you are interested in Minis then why not peruse a 1968 Mini Cooper S Mk.1 that comes with an estimated sale price of £28,000 to £34,000. Its bodywork is in Old English White and it has a black roof. It has had in excess of £20,000 of restoration work carried out on it. There is only 3,827 miles showing on the odometer. A nippy car that will hopefully be put to good use by a new owner.

If you are considering investing in a classic car then you will no doubt want to make sure that it is suitably insured. In this respect, why not get in contact with us with a view to obtaining a competitive no-obligation quotation.


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