Historics at Brooklands September 2018 – Auction Picks

Historics at Brooklands September 2018 – Auction Picks
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Historics at Brooklands September 2018

Historics at Brooklands September 2018 – Auction Picks

Historics at Brooklands September 2018 Auction Picks

Brooklands Motor Museum, 22nd September 2018

Historics at Brooklands September 2018 sale takes place on September 22nd at the Brooklands Motor Museum.

We’ve chosen 4 cars in different price brackets, with 3 cars in the sub £50,000 bracket.

Do you agree with our picks? Which of these classics would you want for your collection?

You can see full Historics at Brooklands auction catalogue here.

£500,000 to £600,000 price bracket

1964 Aston Martin DB5 (Estimate £550,000 – £600,000)

The catalogue says:

“Originally registered on 6th February 1964 this stunning Aston Martin DB5 is finished in Silver Birch with black leather interior. Having had only three former keepers, this example has been well cared for by the highly knowledgeable and enthusiastic vendor. Described by the vendor as driving with no known faults, this DB5 is a matching numbers example and presents in very good order throughout.”

£250,000 to £500,000 price bracket

Historics at Brooklands September 20181958 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupé Series I (Estimate £420,000 – £460,000)

The catalogue says:

“This truly is a fabulous car, fitted with its original matching numbers Colombo three litre engine, from the Italian marque, would grace any collection or would be a great competitor to any Concours event anywhere in the world.”

 

£100,000 to £250,000 price bracket

Historics at Brooklands September 20182002 Ferrari 575M F1 (Estimate £95,000 – £105,000)

The catalogue says:

“Just 17,000 miles and most importantly fitted with the desirable Fiorano handling pack. This gleaming and elegant Italian thoroughbred must be one of the finest available today.”

 

£50,000 to £100,000 price bracket

Historics at Brooklands September 2018 Alvis Drophead1960 Alvis TD21 Drophead Coupé (Estimate £54,000 – £62,000)

The catalogue says:

“These quintessentially British motor cars have style and presence in abundance”

 

1987 Porsche 911 / 930 Turbo (Estimate £64,000 – £72,000)

The catalogue says:

“Originally registered on 2nd January 1987 this genuine UK right hand drive Porsche Turbo presents in splendid condition. The vendor is a knowledgeable Porsche enthusiast and has cared for this example extremely well.”

 


1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II Coupé 4.2 litre (Estimate £56,000 – £65,000)

The catalogue says:

“This delightful Jaguar E-Type Coupé has been owned by the vendor for the last 11 years and has been fastidiously looked after.”

 

Under £50,000 price bracket

Historics at Brooklands September 2018 Austin Healey1955 Austin-Healey 100/4 BN1 (Estimate £42,000 – £46,000)

The catalogue says:

“This particular car is in absolutely superb condition throughout. Thanks to the factory fitted overdrive it is at home on the motorway and still enjoys being put through its paces on twisty country roads.”

 

Historics at Brooklands September 2018 Citroen SM

1971 Citroën SM (Estimate £29,000 – £33,000)

The catalogue says:

“This SM was supplied new to Italy in 1971, Italy being the biggest export market for this model. Not only is this an unrestored car but it has been in regular use throughout its life.”

 

Historics at Brooklands September 2018 Ford Thunderbird1956 Ford Thunderbird (Estimate £20,000 – £25,000

The catalogue says:

“This is an opportunity to own a very desirable early Ford Thunderbird at a realistic price, taking into account the original yet useable condition.”

 

 

1961 Ford Falcon (Estimate £10,000 – £18,000)

The catalogue says:

“Over £30,000 of receipts sit on file. This is by no means all that was spent, as there is no record for many parts, including the chrome or labour; it is estimated that the total cost of this restoration was in excess of £100,000. A potential prize winning car that is ready to be enjoyed immediately.”