Classic Car Auctions
Classic Car Auctions holds its biggest sale at the show every year and it's definitely not shying away in 2019. There is a staggering line up and we can't wait to get the sales ball rolling on 22-24 March.
For the 2019 sale you can expect to see an array of classics ranging in ages throughout the 20th century, none of which dissapoint.
Auction timetable in Hall 3A below:
Friday 22nd – Viewing (times align to show)
Saturday 23rd – Viewing from 9am, auction starts at 12 midday
Sunday 24th – Viewing from 9:30am, auction starts at 12 midday
To represent some British marques a number of Land Rovers will be up for auction with a 1951 Series 1 leading the charge. Land Rovers have become such an iconic vehicle in British motoring history, rarely changing in design until now with the imminent launch of the new Defender. Series 1 Land Rovers are always in hot demand and CCA have this lovely 1951 edition in traditional green with a Land Rover Heritage certificate. With a low estimate of £12,000 this looks to be a great offering. A number of Land Rovers will be up for auction with a 1951 Series 1 leading the charge. Land Rovers have become such an iconic vehicle in British motoring history, rarely changing in design until now with the imminent launch of the new Defender. Series 1 Land Rovers are always in hot demand and CCA have this lovely 1951 edition in traditional green with a Land Rover Heritage certificate. With a low estimate of £12,000 this looks to be a great offering.
Carrying on the British theme, a really splendid 1968 Jenson Interceptor Mk1 is being offered. This is an automatic version with the Chrysler 6.3 V8 fitted and only 84,000 miles. The car has had some of the bodywork refreshed in 1992 with new panels and floorpan. It comes with an extensive history file and the original bill of sale. With Jenson prices having been depressed the last few years, there now appears to be a resurgence, according to specialists Cropredy Bridge. Could this be the time to own an appreciating asset?
You can also expect sales of other stunning British manufacturers, Lotus, Jaguar, Bentley, TVR, Rover and Triumph. Join us to witness the motor sale mayhem!
Modern classics are always ones to make an appearance at this almighty sale, making it such a hub for buyers and sellers with a wide range of interests.
For Renault enthusiasts there are not one, but two Alpines, a 1986 GTA V6 Turbo and a 1993 A610 Turbo. Also included in the auction is a mighty Noble M12 GTO-3 and a true British great, an Aston Martin DB9.
The 1986 Renault Alpine GTA V6 Turbo is one the very early right hand drive models and comes with very low mileage, 35,000. This car was supplied to the Patrick Collection, a private car collection in Birmingham before being sold and then being in storage since 2011. Supplied in Pearl White, this is a stunning car for one lucky bidder.
The second Renault Alpine being offered, is a 1993 A610 Turbo, number 37 of only 68 right hand drive cars supplied to the UK market. This car has only had two drivers in its history with 65,000 miles on the clock and a comprehensive history file with dealer stamps up to 45,000. A very special car.
As all can see, this is an already fantastic line-up and it's only just a sample! To see what else you can expect in the 2019 'everyman' sale check out the Classic Car Auctions website .
Gary Dunne, Sales Manager at Classic Car Auctions, said: "This is a fantastic start to the year for CCA and we're absolutely delighted with the results, as well as the huge turn-out in the auction hall. There was a lot of variety in the cars on offer and demand proved high across the board, and from across the globe."