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Big Week For Classic Car Auctions

Sat, 31 May 2003
The first week of June sees no less than FOUR classic car auctions.

BCA starts the week with an evening sale at Brooklands museum, Weybridge, Surrey on Monday 2nd June. Viewing is from 12.00 midday on the day. The sale itself commences with Automobilia at 5.00pm, then cars from about 6.00pm. Entries include a 1915 Ford Model T speedster; the 1922 Blue Label 3.0 litre Bentley in the photo, with VDP body and factory fitted front brakes (they were optional in 1922); a 1923 Austin 12/5 Harley all-weather coupe; a 1925 Citroen 5CV Cloverleaf; a 1925 Citroen B10 tourer; a 1925 Chevrolet Superior Series K tourer; a 1926 Humber 12/25 tourer; a 1927 Riley 9 Mk 1 Sports 4; a 1929 Rolls Royce Phantom II Barker style tourer; a 1929 Dodge DA Sedan; a 1030 Talbot 75 seallon1933 and a 1934 MG Magna six four seat tourers; a 1934 Chevrolet Master Six sedan; a 1936 Riley 12/4 Kestrel; a 1937 Aston Martin 15/98 Bertelli bodied 4 seat tourer; a 1936 Lagonda LG45 tourer; a 1937 Lagonda LG45 Fox & Nicholl team car replica; a 1939 Delage D6/75 sports saloon by Chapron; and many modern classics from a 1959 Healey Sprite to a 1954 Packard 5431 convertible. Entry £15 by catalogue which admits two. More on the BCA Classic Auction website at www.classic-car-auction.co.uk

Barons is next with its sale at the Sandown Park Racecourse Exhibition Centre from 2.00pm on Tuesday 3rd June, with viewing earlier on the day. Entries are mainly modern classics, but also include a 1933 Wolseley Hornet; a 1933 Austin 10 Lichfield; a 1936 BSA Scout 4-seat tourer; a 1937 MG SA Sports Saloon; a 1948 Lanchester 10 saloon; a 1948 Alvis special; and the one and only 1948 Rover P3 75 Graber convertible. Modern classics include Aston Martins, Austin Healeys, Bentleys, Daimlers, Jaguars, MGs, Morris Minors and a 1980 Rolls Royce Shadow with gold fittings. There is also a healthy selection of classic motorcycles. Entry £20 by catalogue which admits two. More at: www.barons-auctions.com

After its hugely successful sale at Olympia in London, H&H is back at Pavilion Gardens, Buxton for its classic car auction on 4th June. Confirmed entries include nine fully restored cars from the estate of the late T.J. Harrison: a 1927 Rolls Royce 20hp Thrupp & Maberly limousine; a 1949 Triumph 2000 Roadster; a 1970 Jaguar E-type 4.2 2+2 coupe; a 1956 Austin A30 Seven Saloon; a 1965 Sunbeam Alpine; a 1958 MG Magnette ZB Saloon; an Austin A40 Farina; a 1964 Vanden Plas 4 litre R Saloon; and a 1936 Morris 8 4-seat open tourer. Other entries include no less than 6 Austin Healeys and an Allard 'M' type Drophead. More at www.classic-auctions.co.uk

Finally Cheffins will be holding an auction of Veteran, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles and automobilia at The Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire on Saturday 7th June. More details at www.cheffins.co.uk

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