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Barn Find Rolls to Star in Sandown Park Auction

 

 

Power and style headline Barons’ sale at Sandown Park on July 27, with  

a mixture of sporting classics and timeless elegance - plus some very  

rare vehicles.

 

No Barons sale would be complete without a selection of stylish  

Jaguars. Notable ‘big cat’ entries for next week’s sale include a  

magnificent 1958 Jaguar XK150 Roadster which was the subject of a  

major restoration by Grace Jaguar and subsequently upgraded by  

Vicarage (£75,000-£90,000) and a  truly superb 1952 XK120 Roadster,  

which has covered just 250 miles since the completion of a 3 year, nut  

and bolt restoration, using all new panels from Guy Broad (£55,000- 

£65,000). Other Jaguars on offer include a totally original 1968 MkII  

3.4/340 Saloon with automatic transmission and just 20,800 miles on  

the clock (£19,500-£25,000).

 

One rarity is the 4.7-litre 1972 Maserati Mexico which has been on  

display in the Bentley Motor Museum in East Sussex for the past two  

decades (£30,000-£40,000).

 

Another unusual entry is the steel-bodied 1956 Ford E83W Step-Side  

Pick-Up, one of just a handful known to remain in the UK. This  

particular example was fully restored in the early nineties and  

finished in the livery of an Orsmkirk builder (£6,000-£7,000).

 

Elegance is personified by the handsome trio of Rolls-Royce 20/25s,  

including a 1935 Limousine by Thrupp and Maberley. This significant  

machine was one of the first cars ever painted with a pearlescent  

finish - achieved using fish scales suspended in the paint (£43,000- 

£48,000). The 1933 Sedanca de Ville with coachwork by Barker has been  

barn stored for many years and is presented in totally original  

condition, so presents an outstanding restoration opportunity (£15,000- 

£20,000). And the 1930 Open Tourer with Keeble bodywork has been in  

the same ownership for 30 years (£30,000-£35,000).

 

Power comes in the potent form of a fully restored 1966 Ford Mustang  

(£12,500-£14,000), a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ‘show car’ (£33,000- 

£37,000) and two Dax Tojeiros – one 2010 unregistered example (£32,500- 

£37,500) and a 2003 427SC (£26,500 - £28,500)

 

Would-be first time classic owners have much to choose from, with a  

great array of affordable classics, including MGs, Morris Minors and a  

1985 Mini, described as ‘a modern interpretation of the Cooper S  

racer’, which has been rebuilt from a bare shell into a fast road car  

(32,500-£3,500).

 

A full list of cars entered to date appears below. For further  

information or to consign a car, please visit  www.barons- 

auctions.com, email info@barons-auctions.com or call 08454 30 60 60.

 

Entries: Classic & Collectors’ Cars

 

1985 Alfa Romeo Spider 2000  £4000-5000

 

1999 Aston Martin Dunhill Volante £22500-275000

 

1985 Austin Mini £2500-3000

 

1969 Chevrolet Camaro 427 Coupe £33000-37000

 

1967 Daimler Sovereign 420 Saloon  £4000-5500

 

2010 Dax Tojeiro 5.7 £32500-37500

 

2003 Dax Tojeiro 427SC £26500-28500

 

1986 Ferrari Mondial 32 Valve £11000-14000

 

1985 Ferrari Mondial QV £14500-16000

 

1981 Fiat 126 De Ville £2500-3000

 

1982 Fiat X1/9 £5500-7000

 

1956 Ford E83W Step Side Pick-Up £6000-7000

 

1989 Ford Escort XR3i Cabriolet £2500-3500

 

1966 Ford Mustang Coupe £12500-1400

 

1968 Jaguar MKII 3.4/340 Sports Saloon £19500-25000

 

1986 Jaguar S3 Sovereign 4.2 £4750-6000

 

1984 Jaguar S3 4.2 Sovereign £2250-3000

 

1990 Jaguar S3 V12 Sovereign £4500-5500

 

1989 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible- £4000-5000

 

1952 Jaguar XK120 Roadster £57000-65000

 

1958 Jaguar XK150 3.4 Roadster £75000-95000

 

1972 Maserati Mexico 4.7 £30,000-40,000

 

1983 Mercedes 380SL £5750-6750

 

1988 Mercedes 420SEC £TBA

 

1986 Mercedes 560 SEC £3000-4000

 

1973 MG BGT £6000-7000

 

1979 MGB GT £1500-2500

 

1974 MG MGB Roadster Race Prepared £4500-6000

 

1981 MGB Roadser £6000-7000

 

1960 Morris Minor 1000 Saloon £3000-4000

 

1966 Morris Mini Minor 850 Super DeLuxe  £4000-5000

 

1985 Porsche 911 3.0 Cabriolet £10000-13000

 

1998 Renault GTA V6 Turbo £1500-2000

 

1933 Rolls-Royce 20-25 Sedanca deVille £15000-25000

 

1935 Rolls-Royce 20-25 Limousine £43000-48000

 

1930 Rolls-Royce 20-25 Open Tourer £30000-35000

 

1978 Triumph Stag MKII £10000-12000

 

1970 Wolseley 1300 Saloon £1500-2000

 

 

 

Entries - Sports and Prestige

 

Cherished Registration Numbers:

 

F10RET-On Retention £1200-1500

 

A3 OFA £500-1000

 

C1PAN-On Retention £800-1200

 

516KOB on retention  £1000-1500

 

 

 

1997 Bentley Turbo RL £15000-18000

 

1996 BMW 328 Convertible £2500-3500

 

1998 BMW M3 3.2 Evo Individual Convertible £5000-7000

 

1993 Jaguar XJ12 6.0 Insignia £2000-3000

 

1995 Jaguar XJ12 6.0 Saloon (X300) £2500-3500

 

1993 Jaguar XJS 4.0 Convertible £5000-70000

 

1992 Jaguar XJS 4.0 Coupe £2500-3500

 

1997 Lotus (Kia) Elan £6500-7500

 

1990 Mercedes 190E 2.7 £1500-2000

 

1993 Mercedes 300SL £4500-6000

 

 

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