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Modern Classics Confirmed For The Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show Sale

Classic Car Auctions third auction of 2021 is right around the corner on Saturday 25th September. Whilst The Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show may not have been able to go ahead this year as normal, and as we eagerly await its return in Spring 2022, Classic Car Auctions are delighted to bring you the auction element this September! The auction will take place at the centrally located venue which is Stoneleigh Park.

Classic Car Auctions have launched their early entries for the sale on their website including this 1991 BMW 325i (E30) Convertible. With just one owner from new and garaged all its life, this example is well presented in Lachs Silver with a Black M-Tech leather interior. Showing just 73,665 miles which is supported by a detailed history file, these smart E30 BMW’s are becoming very collectable. Estimated: £10,000 – £12,000.

Superbly presented and attractively finished in Nero Daytona over Nero leather is this 2006 Ferrari F430 Spider ‘F1’. With only 33,889 miles, this example has three main dealer stamps in the service record with invoices. Supplied with its original leather-bound handbook and a recent service in June 2021, this Ferrari is ready to be driven by its next owner. Estimated: £52,000 – £56,000.

Gary Dunne, CCA’s Sales Manager commented “In the last couple of weeks we have launched some of the first entries confirmed for this auction. This is just the start of many with new additions continuing to go live on our website every week. There is still time for you to submit your entry alongside the cars previewed, contact our expert team today and we will guide you through the process.”

Going under the hammer on Saturday 25th September is this 1985 Lamborghini Jalpa P350 3.5 V8. This is a superb Jalpa which has been refreshed and has covered a mere 50,700km. Having been designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone to rejoin the battle with Ferrari’s 308. This excellent example is on offer from a private collection, accompanied by a good history file and over eight years a limited production of only 410 were made. This is a serious car for the discerning collector and is rarely offered on the open market. Estimated: £50,000 – £60,000.

The final of the cars to be previewed is this 1986 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera SuperSport Cabriolet. This very rare, UK-supplied (C-16) SuperSport Cabriolet is on offer from 15 years ownership and is showing 104,000 miles which is supported by its original stamped service book. Smartly presented in Guards Red (G1V9) with matching red leather piped in black, this example has an MOT until February 2022 with no advisories. Classic Car Auctions understand that only 75 of these C-16 cars were built between 1984 and ’89 with only 39 being Targas/Cabriolets making this a very rare car. Estimated: £40,000 – £45,000.

To speak to a member of their team about selling your car in this sale, complete the Value My Classic form or contact Classic Car Auctions on 01926 640888 where they can assist you with the process.