Goodwood Festival Of Speed Classic Car Auction

Those of you who are considering investing in a classic car may like to get along to Bonhams Goodwood Festival of Speed auction of classic cars that is to take place on 24th June 2022 from 10am in Chichester, Goodwood. There are many classic vehicles being offered for sale some of which we mention below but full details can be found on the auctioneer’s website.

A 1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV Convertible is being offered for sale with a guide price of between £650,000 to £800,000. It was originally owned by the late Sir Peter Hall CBE. It has been in the same family ownership since back in 1983 and is one of only 70 DB4 Convertibles ever manufactured making it extremely rare. It is a lovely looking open-topped classic sports car and will catch the eye of many a passer by. You will certainly need a large bank balance to purchase this vehicle.

A 1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25hp Foursome Sedanca Coupe is being offered for sale with a guide price of between £180,000 to £280,000. Apparently, some 82,000 Euros has recently been spent on restoring the vehicle. As you will see from the photographs on Bonhams website the car looks stunning and may attract a great deal of attention at the auction.

Those of you with an interest in Jaguars may like to peruse a 1938 SS 100 Jaguar 2 and ½ Litre Roadster that has a guide price of between £200,000 to £300,000. You may be interested to read that only 190 2 and ½ Litre cars were built making it quite rare. It was in the one family ownership from 1938 to 2002 and the same family ownership from 2002 to date. It is a delightful looking green sports car and is likely to attract quite a bit of interest amongst classic car enthusiasts. If you have an interest in older Aston Martins then why not spend some time looking over a 1931 Aston Martin 1 and ½ Litre Le Mans “Team Car” 2/4 Seater Sports Tourer that has a guide price of between £300,000 to £500,000. Only 4 replica Le Mans “Team Car” were built. From the photographs on Bonhams website it looks like it needs some money spending on it.


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