Deals on wheels

 

Some of the cars sold on September 12 2018 were as follows:

Sold for £58,000 plus premium Lot 50 A 1971 Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 2+2 coupé automatic, registration number BJH 3K, chassis number 1S50507 BW, engine number 7S4162SA, body number 4S52848, Old English white. This beautifully presented original E-Type has only covered a genuine 32,500 miles from new. The E-Type was manufactured on the 27th September 1971 and was dispatched to Henlys Ltd, London on 15 October 1971. Henlys then supplied the E-Type to the distributing dealer Dennis Barley and Son Ltd, Stanbrough Road, Welwyn Garden City. BJH 3K was then registered on 1 January 1972 to a Mr Hilton James Diggins from Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. Ownership would then pass through to subsequent owners a Mr Malcolm Bayliss and Jonathan Peter Taylor, both from Bristol prior to our vendor acquiring the E-Type approximately 18 years ago. This Jaguar has been meticulously maintained and is an all matching numbers car that still retains its original stainless steel exhaust from new. Finished in Old English white with a beautifully original black leather interior and chrome wire wheels, the Jaguar with original waxoyl (clear) from new has been re-applied by our vendor. Further recent works carried out include the detailing of the back axle and engine bay, re-bushed and new SPAX shock absorbers front and rear, up-rated (double) SU electric fuel pump, front bumper and grille re-chromed (2016), all four carburettor diaphragms being replaced and a full service (2017). The E-Type is supplied with a comprehensive history file containing the original dealer welcome pack with Passport to Service, brochure and handbooks. The car has the original tool kit, maintenance receipts for approx, £10,000, MOTs from 1978, photographs and Heritage certificate. Having been cherished by all of its owners (currently a retired Concorde engineer), this E-Type would grace any important collection. V5, V5C, MOT to April 2019, tax exempt

Sold for £55,000 plus premium Lot 25 A 1962 Austin Healey 3000 Mk II A BJ7 registration number 816 UYJ, chassis number H-BJ7/21325, engine number 29F:RU:H/2549, body number 57234, Colorado red/white. 816 UYJ is an original right hand drive home market car which has just emerged from a 10 year restoration by an ex Concorde engineer to A1 concours condition. The meticulous restoration has taken approximately 1500 man hours plus works by outside contractors for coachwork, chroming and machine work. The accompanying Heritage certificate states that 816 UYJ was originally supplied by Car Mart Sales Ltd, London with factory fitted equipment of wire wheels, Roadspeed tyres, adjustable steering column, laminated windscreen, overdrive, heater, servo assisted brakes, cigar lighter and grey tonneau cover. The original colour scheme was Colorado red with grey hood and trim. During the restoration the vendor decided to change the coachwork to Colorado red with white panels as he prefers the two-tone scheme and had the interior retrimmed in black leather with red piping. It cannot be emphasised enough how much time and effort has been lavished upon the big Healey during the restoration. Everything has been refurbished or renewed with emphasis on fitting and finish. The panel gaps are excellent and better than anything the factory ever managed. Since completion the Healey has covered approximately 600 shakedown miles and will require further running in. The hugh accompanying history file contains a photographic record of every aspect of the restoration (approximately 150 images), receipts for spare parts totalling approximately £20,000 from A H Spares alone, further receipts for bodywork, paintwork, machine work etc, Heritage certificate and sundry paperwork. 816 UYJ is truly an exceptional vehicle and a credit to our vendor’s hard work. Whoever becomes the new owner of this Healey will have a car to be proud of and capable of winning a Classic Car Show concours. V5C, MOT and tax exempt

Sold for 18,000 plus premium Lot 29 A 1956 Land Rover Series I 86 inch SWB canvas tilt, registration number ADC 401A, chassis number 170-6-03350, Bronze green. From information detailed on the supplied Heritage Certificate, we can see that 170-6-03350 was built on 9th February 1956 and despatched to the supplying dealer Caffyns Limited, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent on 29th March 1956, in basic 86 inch 2L petrol engine format. This 86 inch Series I has formed part of a private collection of Land Rovers. Since arriving into the collection 176-6-03350 has been the subject of a comprehensive body off restoration to a period correct high standard. There is an accompanying book with numerous images detailing every aspect of the restoration. Now only for sale so our vendor can concentrate on other Land Rover projects, this beautifully restored example will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt

Sold for £13,500 plus premium Lot 4 A 2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK430 Avantgarde automatic coupé, registration number W67 PFJ, black. This 4.3 litre V8 coupé is finished in black with a black leather interior. Being an Avantgarde model it is fully loaded with the electric pack, Bose sound system, satellite navigation and old style original telephone system. The Mercedes will be offered for auction with some receipts and previous MOTs. V5C, MOT to July 2019

 

Sold for £13,500 plus premium Lot 44 A 1972 Triumph TR6, registration number GHL 130L, chassis number CP773670, engine number CP077446HE, red. The TR6 was the last in the line of the traditional separate chassis sports cars manufactured by Triumph. Introduced in 1969 with the Karmann re-styled body and mechanicals carried over from the previous TR5 they would remain in production until 1976, initially with a 150 bhp engine up to 1973 when the engine was revised and with a lower 125 bhp horsepower engine. GHL 130L is an original home market supplied 150 bhp CP model fitted with overdrive. The TR is an older restoration which still presents well, finished in Jaguar Signal red with a black interior and hood. The history file which accompanies the TR covers the period from 1989/90 to the present day. In 1989/90 a rebuild was carried out by Classic Cars (Lilley). Works carried out include a comprehensive body rebuild with new panels, respray, engine rebuild, re-trimmed interior, stainless steel exhaust, new bumpers and ancillary chrome work, brake overhaul and numerous other components associated with a full restoration. Further works carried out include a further bare shell repaint in approximately 2010 (images on file), a gearbox and overdrive overhaul by Carlow Engineering in 2011, a cylinder head overhaul in 2015 and the fitting of a Bosch fuel pump kit in 2011. The history file contains further invoices for general servicing and maintenance, previous MOTs, tax discs, owner’s handbook and repair workshop manual. Now displaying what is believed to be a genuine 72,000 miles on the odometer. V5, V5C, MOT and tax exempt

For further information regarding this sale or to enter a classic and vintage car into their November specialist auction please contact Matthew Whitney or Barbara Anson at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277 or via email cars@charterhouse-auction.com

*plus 13.2% buyer’s premium (inc VAT)