You may be interested to read that Historics Auctioneers is to hold an auction of some interesting classic cars at Ascot Racecourse on 12th March 2022. So, if you are considering buying such a vehicle, you may wish to consider getting along on the day to see if there is one that appeals. You can find details of the lots available on the auctioneer’s website but we mention just some of them below.
If you have a sizeable bank balance then you may like to consider a 1972 Aston Martin DBS V8 that has an estimated sale price of between £110,000 to £135,000. It is said to have 72,357 miles on the clock. Its bodywork is in black as is the leather seating. It has been subject to a 5-year period of restoration.
Those of you who are Jaguar classic car enthusiasts may like to peruse a 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Fixhead Coupe (3.8 litre) that has an estimated sale price of between £66,000 to £73,000. It is said to have 64,589 miles on the clock. It has been restored and its condition is said to be very good,
A 1956 Austin Healey 100/4 BN2 has an estimated sale price of between £60,000 to £68,000. It is said to have only 42,110 miles on the clock making a very low mileage for the age of the car. It has been restored. Part of the bodywork is in Spruce Green. This classic sports car will no doubt catch the eye of many a passer by,
If you are looking for something a little different then why not spend some time looking over a 1957 Volkswagen Camper (Split Screen) that has an estimated sale price of between £48,000 to £54,000. It is said to have only 49,454 miles on the clock making this a very low mileage vehicle. Unusually, it has only had 2 owners. It was restored around 10 years ago. It really does look wonderful.
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