Monday, September 2, 2013

Stop Me and Buy Me

The Charterhouse auction of classic cars and motorcycles on Monday 9th September includes nearly 90 vehicles from Aston Martin to Mini’s, and with estimates from £500 up to over £30,000 there is certainly something for everyone, no matter how deep or shallow you pocket is.

“The auction has a fabulous selection of vehicles in it, from barn find restoration projects through to show winning concours cars.” Commented Matthew Whitney. “However, for me there is one lot which you cannot miss which is the enchanting little car painted in Walls Ice Cream livery, complete with it matching trailer which transports the refrigerated tricycle to class car events!”

The Walls Ice Cream car is a converted Fiat Panda made to resemble a Mini Moke. Having been restored and repainted by its owner. It has made numerous appearances at classic car and other events in the South West. With other projects in the pipeline, the owner has decided that someone else should have the fun and use out of it, and has entered it in to the Charterhouse auction estimated at £5,000-6,000.

This Charterhouse auction of classic car and motorcycles is being held at The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, on Monday 9th September. Viewing for the auction is on the sale day from 9.00am. Catalogues are available from the auctioneers at The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277 or you can see all the lots on

Charterhouse is now accepting entries for their next classic car and motorcycle auction in November. To enter a vehicle into this specialist auction, contact Matthew Whitney, Associate Partner, at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277, via email 

Stop Me and Buy One – the Mini Moke recreation with trailer and refrigerated tricycle being sold by Charterhouse at The Royal Bath & West Showground on Monday 9th September £5,000-6,000
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