Friday, May 30, 2014

The Cars Designs

The car is a very important thing for years. cars like the necessities of life are important to humans throughout the world. cars at this time is very important for human needs, because as a means of land transport. for years many modern car design, this is because the competition in the modern car market. starting from cars at cheap prices, are also expensive prices. According to experts in the world of automotive car for a couple of days ago has said: the car with the best design is the car with the Exterior and the interior is also full of charming if people see the design of the car itself, the car with the best design should also have the best value in the machine, a sophisticated security system, made from the best materials, eco-friendly as well as many other factors. make car design is not easy, because through a difficult process, e.g. car design sketching course and then to the next process. I hope this article was useful for car lovers, we are waiting for your comments, criticisms and suggestions send to the following email address Thank you very much.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Beautiful Buick at Charterhouse Auction

A pre-war Buick 41 Special Sedan is one of the star cars going under the Charterhouse hammer at their classic and vintage car auction on Sunday 15th June at The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet.

“It is probably the best Buick 41 currently for sale. Bought by the vendor as a project, it underwent a total restoration costing £41,000 and that was with favourable mate’s rates at the garage!” Commented Matthew Whitney. “Now estimated at less than the total restoration cost, the owner is selling to fund a pre-war Cadillac convertible. It really represents a fantastic opportunity for the successful purchaser to buy a car that is better than new, can be enjoyed immediately and may also pay for its keep as a wedding car.”

Buick has always been expensive and favoured by the rich and famous. Perhaps the most famous Buick 41 Special was the stretched limousine owned by Mrs Wallace Simpson.

Viewing for this auction, being held in conjunction with The Bristol Classic Car Show at The Exmoor Hall, The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet on Saturday 14th June from 10am, with the auction starting on Sunday 15th at 11.30am. Alternatively you can download the auction catalogue from

For further information please contact Matthew Whitney, Associate Director at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, Dorset 01935 812277 or via email on 

Charterhouse is now accepting entries for their next classic car and motorcycle auction being held at Sherborne Castle on Sunday 20th July, please contact Matthew Whitney as above.

The stunning 1939 Buick Special Sedan being sold by Charterhouse Auctioneers on 15th June £38,000-42,000
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Friday, May 9, 2014

Fords Rock ’n Roll into Charterhouse Classic Car Auction

A trio of 1960’s Fords, from the golden era of Rock ‘n Roll, are entered into the Charterhouse June classic car auction, during the Bristol Classic Car Show at the Royal Bath & West Showground at Shepton Mallet.

“The owner of the three classic Ford’s sadly lost his wife earlier this year. Having spent so much time together cruising and going to classic car shows, he has decided the memories are just too strong and has decided to sell all three cars.” Commented Matthew Whitney. “However, he will not be leaving the classic car scene altogether as he will use the money raised to buy a 1960’s Jaguar Mk II to enjoy.”

With a real passion for early 1960’s Ford 6 cylinder cars, there are two 1960 Zodiac Mk II’s and a 1961 Ford Zephyr Mk II (which is an upmarket Zodiac). All three cars have been professionally restored within the past 5 years. The 1960 Zodiac finished in two tone grey paintwork, was originally purchased from Eric Perry Ltd of Torquay and with 70,000 from new, is a now multiple show winning car. With all three Fords having a 2.5 litre 6 cylinder engine fitted to manual gearbox with overdrive, they are a rare sight on the road today and will bring miles of smiles for the new owners at the Charterhouse auction.

Charterhouse is now accepting for this forthcoming specialist classic car auction and for in June and for their collectors auction, also in June.

For further information regarding these auctions, or to arrange a home visit, please contact Matthew Whitney, Associate Director, at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, Dorset 01935 812277 or via email on

1960 Ford Zodiac Mk II, two tone grey with just 70,000 miles from new, £8,000-10,000
1960 Ford Zodiac Mk II, two tone maroon and cream, £4,000-6,000
1961 Ford Zephyr Mk II, grey, £7,000-9,000
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For further information regarding this article, please contact Richard Bromell, Partner

Thursday, May 1, 2014


Here at Charterhouse we understand the importance of customer service, and the difficulty of dealing with a company you do not know, or buying or selling at auction when it is not something you are familiar with. We are always happy to help with any queries or questions.  Here are some comments from previous customers:

About the service we offer our buyers:

“ I greatly appreciated the integrity of the advice  received from the staff at Charterhouse in relation  the Alvis motor car offered at auction by Charterhouse .   On the basis of telephone discussion and Mathew’s description of the car I was confident to travel from Australia to the UK  and the beautiful Shepton Mallet , Somerset area  for the Auction . 

The Alvis was absolutely as described by Mathew and this gave me the confidence to successfully bid at your  auction.

It was a pleasure to meet the various Charterhouse staff who went out of their way to assist in the purchase  process  . I am grateful for the honest ,  professional assistance and advice in all aspects financial  through to the matters relating to delivery and shipment .

Please convey to Abigail, Mathew, Richard, Naomi and others at Charterhouse my gratitude for their exceptional assistance , involvement and professionalism  in the process and adventure of purchasing the Alvis motor car.”
Kind regards and many thanks
Peter Mackay 

Car auction vendor

Thank you Abigail and many many thanks to Matthew, Richard and the rest of the team for all your hard efforts. You made the whole process very easy for me as it was very difficult for me to part with my pride and joy as you probably noticed on the day so my wife is very happy its finally over. Kind regards Andrew Parry