There are probably a lot of people who think that you need a lot of money to be able to buy a classic car. Yes, there are many vehicles that are sold for 6 and 7 figure sums but there are also classic vehicles that can be bought for considerably less.
Mathewsons Classic Car Auctions is to hold an auction on 1st and 2nd October 2021 that includes a number of classic vehicles that have a guide price of 4 and 5 figure sums. Bids can be made by phone, commission or online. A list of available vehicles can be found on the auctioneer’s website but we mention some of them below.
Sports car enthusiasts may like to peruse a red 1972 MG B GT that has a guide price of £5,000 to £6,000. It is said to have had a bare shell restoration and some other works carried out on the vehicle such as new carpets.
If you are interested in a commercial classic vehicle then why not take a look at a grey 1967 Austin A60 Pickup that has a guide price of £10,000 to £12,000. It is said to have the original bench seat. As you can see from the photographs on the auctioneer’s website it appears to be a great looking vehicle.
It is pleasing to see that a pale green 1958 Morris 1000 is available at the above auction. It has a guide price of £2,500 to £3,500. From the photographs it would appear to need some work to the vehicle but at the guide price it potentially presents an excellent opportunity for a classic car enthusiast to get his or her hands dirty.
If you are interested in Jaguars then why not consider a blue 1988 Jaguar XJS HE Auto that has a guide price of £4,500 to £5,500. It is said to have a 5,343cc engine and appears to be a nice looking vehicle.
A black and white 1956 Austin Limousine has a guide price of £5,000 to £7,000. As you can see from the photographs it is a lovely looking 4-door saloon that would no doubt catch the eye of many a passer by.