Soon the days will be getting longer and the sun will warm us all up more quickly. No doubt convertible classic cars will start to come out of their winter hibernation, like the bright yellow Triumph Stag going under the Charterhouse hammer in their classic car auction on Sunday 10th February.
“For many years the Triumph Stag has been associated with engine troubles. However, this tended to be for badly maintained cars – if you do not maintain any car you are guaranteed trouble!” Commented Matthew. “And I should know as I have owned several Stages over the years all of which have provided comfortable drop top classic car driving with the burble of their V8 engines.”
The 1972 Yellow Triumph Stag finished in Mimosa yellow has undergone an extensive restoration process. It is fitted with the very desirable manual gearbox with overdrive in 3rd and 4th gears for touring and extra economy. Having been owned by the vendors for the last 7 years, it is now up for auction due to lack of use, having covered only 300 miles in the last 3 years. Estimated at £6,000-7,000 it will provide it new owner with plenty of smiles per miles.
Charterhouse is now accepting further entries for their New Year programme of auctions including an auction of Beswick, Royal Doulton, pictures, prints, maps, books and antiques in January followed by classic cars and motorcycles in February.
To arrange a free home visit or for more information regarding these auctions please contact Matthew Whitney, Associate Partner at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277 or via email on email@example.com
Spring and Summer are coming – this Triumph Stag is being sold by Charterhouse in their February classic car auction £6,000-7,000
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