“It is probably the best auction of classic cars and motorcycles for some time in the West Country and we have somewhere approaching £700,000 of vehicles entered already with estimates from £1,000 up to £70,000.” Commented Matthew Whitney. “We have been incredibly busy advising clients not only throughout Dorset and Somerset, but also in Devon and right through Cornwall and have secured for auction restoration projects through to show standard cars so there is pretty much something for every enthusiast.”
Marques represented at the Charterhouse auction include Rolls Royce, Bentley, Jaguar, Riley, Sunbeam, Lea Francis, Rover, Morris, Triumph, AC, Mercedes, Ford, Volvo, Land Rover, MG, Austin Healey, Buick, Bristol, Fiat, Daimler, Marcos, Norton, BSA and others. The oldest vehicle entered is a 1925 Riley Sports tourer at £38,000-42,000, with one the youngest cars a 1985 Citroen 2CV at £2,500-3,000, and the smallest car a 1973 Fiat 600L at £5,800-6,200. There are convertibles, coupes, saloon and other cars, and there are even two extremely early 4 x 4 Land Rover Series I, both from 1949.
Viewing for this auction, being held in a marquee in the grounds of Sherborne Castle, is held in conjunction with Classics at the Castle on Sunday 20th July. The gates open at 10am, with the auction starting at 1pm. Alternatively you can view all the lovely lots on www.charterhouse-auction.com
For further information regarding this important sale, or to purchase an auction catalogue, please contact Matthew Whitney at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, Dorset 01935 812277 or via email on email@example.com
Charterhouse is now accepting entries into their summer programme of auction including clocks, collector’s items & antiques on 1st August, and their next auction of classic car and motorcycles on 17th September.
The oldest car being sold by Charterhouse on Sunday 20th July - a 1925 Riley Sports Tourer £38,000-42,000
One of the younger cars – a 1985 Citroen 2CV £2,500-3,000
The smallest car – a 1973 Fiat 600L £5,800-6,200
One of two 1949 Land Rover Series I being sold £14,000-16,000
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