Motor Cars, Motorcycles & Automobilia: Saturday 14 November 2015 01:00PM

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Viewing: Sunday 8 November 11am-4pm, Monday 9 - Friday 13 November 9am-4pm and morning of sale from 8am

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Please note: Motor vehicles incur a buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT); Automobilia incurs a buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT)

A deposit of £500 (up to an estimate of £10,000) or £1,000 (over an estimate of £10,000) will be required at registration

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Lot 2000

A 1920's "Red Line" Glass Petrol Pump Globe, painted on both sides with black lettering and a faded red border running from top to bottom, 45cm high

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £750
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Lot 2001

A Fat Red "Shell" Glass Petrol Pump Globe, circa 1930, with red lettering, the inside of the neck printed PROPERTY OF SHELL-MEX AND BP LIMITED RETURNABLE ON DEMAND, 50cm high

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Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £500
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Lot 2002

A "Lotus" Neon Car Sign, circa 1970, of circular form, each side with a plastic panel within a metal border, painted white case, raised on tubular legs and platform base, fitted for electricity, 75cm diameter, 81cm high; and A Matching Smaller Example, fitted for electricity, 38.5cm diameter, with mounting brackets and chain for suspension (2)

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £700
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Lot 2003

A Shell Red Enamel Sign, "Shell for the Utmost Horse Power" in yellow letters with a horse and two figures standing from a Shell petrol pump, issued by Shell-Mex Ltd, 28cm by 18cm


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Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £90
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Lot 2004

A "Carburine Motor Spirit" Enamel Sign, with black lettering on a yellow ground, printed WILLING'S E.I. DEPT LONDON, 46cm by 137cm

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Estimate: £50-100

Sold: £220
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Lot 2005

A "Pratts On Top in All Road Tests" Enamel Sign, painted in black lettering on an orange ground, printed BRUTON PALMERS GREEN N 11/26, 62cm by 121cm

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Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £190
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Lot 2006

An Orange and Blue Enamel Advertising Sign, painted in black and white letters TAKE NO RISKS TAKE DOMINION, 75cm by 122cm


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Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £150
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Lot 2007

A Blue Enamel Advertising Sign, ASK FOR DOMINION Guaranteed 1'5, 76cm by 121cm

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Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150
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Lot 2008

A "Motor BP Spirit" Enamel Sign, on the Union Jack, stamped PATENT ENAMEL CO.B'HAM 1-2, 91cm by 137cm

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Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £320
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Lot 2009

A Rare "Michelin Tyres" Rectangular Enamelled Sign, by Blacks, ADVLC Agency, By Appointment to His Late Majesty King Edward VII, with crest, circa 1912, 61cm by 77cm

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Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £220
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Lot 2010

A "Shell" Double-Sided Enamel Sign, both sides painted SHELL CARS FOR HIRE in red and black on a yellow background, with hanging flange, 38cm by 61cm

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Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £170
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Lot 2011

A Blue Enamel Double-Sided Advertising Sign, both sides painted TRAMWAYS PARCELS EXPRESS RAPID TRANSIT PROMPT DELIVERY, with mounting flange, 30cm by 46cm

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Estimate: £50-100

Sold: £70
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Lot 2012

A Red Enamel Double-Sided Bus Stop Sign, with white painted lettering A BARNSLEY & DISTRICT MOTOR COACH HALT, with drilled holes, 44cm by 39cm

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Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £130
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Lot 2013

A "BP" Enamel Car Sign, of rectangular form with green shield shape cartouche with yellow BP lettering, 78cm by 72cm

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Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £220
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Lot 2014

A "Wakefield Castrol Motor Oil" Enamel Advertising Sign, painted in green with white lettering LET US DRAIN AND REFILL YOUR SUMP, 61cm by 61cm

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Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £250
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Lot 2015

A "Mobiloil" Cartouche Shaped Enamel Sign, with red painted Pegasus and blue border named Mobiloil VACUUM REGD. TRADE MARKS 11705, 61cm by 61cm

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Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £220
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Lot 2016

After Phil May (20th century contemporary)
Aston Martin Razorblade, Brooklands 1923
Signed colour artist's proof, 37cm by 29cm, framed and glazed; and a colour print Auto Union AFU DEM Nurburgring, signed, 44cm by 33cm, framed and glazed (2)

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £170
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Lot 2017

Phil May (20th century contemporary)
1935 Alfa Romeo P3 3.2 litre
Signed and titled VIVA TAZIO, watercolour drawing on paper, 30cm by 26cm, framed and glazed

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Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £250
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Lot 2018

A 1920's/30's Chromium Plated Morris Radiator Calormeter, maker Wilmot-Breeden Ltd, patent number 281781, registration 715114, with shaped cap and turned metal bolt, 14cm high; Three Metal Bulb Covers; and Eighteen Motor Related Books, including Rankin Kennedy The Book of the Motor Car, Modern Motor Repair, a 1950 Standard Vanguard Saloon instruction book, a Hillman Minx lubrication chart, and operation manual for the Morris 10 (qty)

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £40
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Lot 2019

A Copper Radiator from a 1923 Three-Wheeler Scott Sociable, with screw cap above a honeycomb drilled body, 47cm wide, and Two Regent Crown and Pinion Box Sets, numbers R/CWP141 and R//CWP150

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £50
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Lot 2020

Two 1960's Rolls Royce Stainless Steel Cups/Beakers Sets, each comprising four matching cups stamped stainless steel, Denmark, encased in English made brown leather cases with gold embossed Rolls Royce logo on the lid, 9cm high

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £60-100

Sold: £120
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Lot 2021

A Collection of Car Automobilia, to include a vintage leather suitcase containing blue Alvis overalls, two mallets, a Svezia 12 volt air horn, a box containing approximately fifty loose acetylene burners, an Edwardian Smiths dashboard clock with circular silvered dial, a Brooklands official racecard for August 1st 1932, a 1931 Lucas Lamps and Motor Rallities catalogue, an illustrated catalogue of Motor Fittings and Trimmings No.22, a Short History of the Alvis 1919-1967 by Bernard Light, a catalogue of Alvis in the Thirties, a catalogue of Alvis spare parts, an East London Rubber Company Ltd General Catalogue 1936, a Brown Brothers 1938 Motor Catalogue, 1914 Rotax catalogue, an Alvis Silver Eagle instruction book, an Alvis catalogue of spare parts, a Silverstone 1949 Race Meeting catalogue, The Montague Motor Museum 1961 catalogue, a 1928-1939 motor car index, a vintage breathable dust cover, three motor related hardback books

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £180
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Lot 2022

A Brooklands Glass Windscreen, the driver and passenger's adjustable wind shield fixed to a metal frame with a blue and studded vinyl soft-top cover, 103cm wide

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £60
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Lot 2023

A Red Enamel Two Gallon Petrol Can, with riveted handle and original brass screw top stamped BP, the body impressed SHELL-MEX LIMITED and BP within a shaped cartouche; and A Rusted Example, the body impressed SHELL MOTOR SPIRIT (2)

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Estimate: £70-100

NOT SOLD
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Lot 2024

A Vintage Cowey Car Horn, the trumpet horn fixed to a steel body, pivoting mounting bracket, stamped COWEY PAT and numbered 8938, 21cm long

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £40
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Lot 2026

A Chromium Plated Riley Ski-Lady Car Mascot, circa 1931, the rear of the base marked RILEY SKI-LADY, registration number 759377, 13cm high, with threaded bolt and nut

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £600
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Lot 2027

Number Plate: 2 YX, with retention certificate

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £9000-11000

NOT SOLD
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Lot 2028

BMW R45 Motorcycle
Registration Number YTU 907W
Registered 19.3.1981
Frame Number 6270881
Current Mileage 36,267
No V5
Sold as seen

Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £750
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Lot 2029

Sprite Trials Motorcycle, circa 1969
Engine Number 250217
Sold as seen

Founded by Frank Hipkin, a successful rider in the 1960s, a range of scrambles and trials models were developed over ten years. These were sold in kit form and the assemblies housed third party engines, until Sprite developed its own 405 engine. Sprite ceased production in 1974. This example is a restoration project and is sold as seen.


Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £500-800

Sold: £1300
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Lot 2030

1959 Greeves Scottish Trials Motorcycle
Frame Number 6021063
Engine Number 379D6109
With V5 listing one former keeper

Greeves' unorthodox trademarks of a cast beam downtube and rubber-in-torsion leading-link fork proved adaptable to almost all forms of motorcycle, but it was the firm's off-road products which put them on the map. The off-road range was extensively revised for 1958. The name "Scottish" had been adapted as the model frame following Jack Simpson's victory in the Scottish Six Days Trial 200cc category in 1957. The first year Greeves had fielded a factory team in this prestigious event. This well presented example is a very good useable bike with a little recommission. Both tyres are perished. Turnover has good compression and moves freely through gears. Fitted with 197cc engine.


Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1800
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Lot 2031

Massey Ferguson TEF Tractor, circa 1954
Plate Number 395818
Three registered keepers

In good running order, with new tyres all round. Includes link box and roll bar. Recently repainted.

Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £1600-1800

Sold: £1600
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Lot 2032

1991 Toyota Supra 3.0 Turbo
Registration Number H747 HLH
Date of first registration 18.4.1991
VIN Number JT1LBMA7000152063
Engine Number 7M0429053
No current MOT
With V5 listing three former keepers
Current mileage 128,018

Introduced in 1978, the Toyota Supra took its styling from the earlier Celica model. The Supra evolved through the years with various changes to both styling and power plants, with both production ceasing in 2002. The Toyota Supra has long been a favourite with Japanese car tuners and drifting teams alike. The Supra has also appeared in many computer games and movies, including The Fast and The Furious series. This particular car is the much sought-after 3 litre turbo model, with a rare 5-speed manual gear box. Finished in white with matching alloy wheels and a dark blue interior. Six previous MOT certificates are with the car dating from 2000-2005.


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Estimate: £2000-3000

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Lot 2033

1929 Citroën C4
Registration number AZ 9971
VIN Number 512531
Engine Number J08422
With V5

The Citroën C4 range was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1928. It was one of the mainstream cars produced by the company at the time when production was rapidly increasing. André Citroën was a very successful motor manufacturer and employed around 31,000 people, producing in the region of 400 cars a day. This C4 is a touring saloon finished in navy blue and black. It is a very rare car, and is in excellent condition. The car has been part of a private collection for a number of years and has seen very little use, so may benefit from some light recommissioning. With receipts and paperwork and numerous photographs showing its restoration.

Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £8000-10000

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Lot 2034

1939 Rolls Royce 25/30 Park Ward Touring Limousine
Registration Number AJN 797
VIN Number GGR71
Engine Number R27Q
With V5 listing two former keepers

Sold with a suitcase of assorted spare parts

The Rolls Royce 25/30 was produced from 1932 to 1938. The model succeeded the 20/25 with a larger, more powerful engine and more refinement. Fitted with a 4.7 litre engine, this model epitomised "the only thing you can hear in a Rolls Royce is the clock". This car was registered about the time of the outbreak of the war in 1939. The chassis was built during 1938 and went to Park Ward Coachbuilders for the bodywork. The car has an interesting history file and is part of a private collection. There is a constant string of MOT certificates going back to the mid 1990s; the history file is considerable but not complete. Finished in black and grey and fitted with full leather seating. The car really should be driven and enjoyed.

Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £30000-40000

NOT SOLD
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Lot 2035

1998 Jaguar XJR V8 Automatic
Registration Number S790 XNE
VIN Number SAJJPALF3CR849424
Engine Number DC9806231751
Current Mileage 117,000
MOT expires May 31st 2016

First seen in 3.6 litre form in 1988, the XJR had sportier suspension, 16" wheels, and revised steering resulting in a sportier and more responsive car. The XJR model stood out from the standard car with its colour coded body kit, four headlamp front and spoiler. The new 4.0 litre AJS 24-valve was available from September 1989 increasing horsepower from 235 to 251. This example has a detailed service history, invoices and MOTs.


Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £1900
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Lot 2036

1934 Morris Ten Pickup Conversion
Registration Number UG 8612
Registered 13.3.1934
VIN Number 27210
Engine Number 23951
With V5 listing five former keepers

Originally a two-seater, this example has been converted to a good standard and is painted in dark blue with black mud guards. The car has been regularly used and was driven to the Auction Centre by the current vendor.


Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £6000-7000

Sold: £5600
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Lot 2037

1970 Morris Minor Convertible
Registration Number XUE 171H
VIN Number MA255D1271981M
Engine Number 10V189EH17896
With V5 listing five former keepers
Current MOT expires 4.8.2016

This lovely example was restored by Charles Ware, Bristol Coachbuilders, the leading UK specialists in Morris Minor restoration. Restored in 2000 with an external and internal repaint in maroon, new interior and new tan hood. Converted to run on unleaded fuel and fitted upgrades including an electric washer kit, radial tyres, water temperature/oil/amp gauges and inertia seat belts.

This lovely example comes with an extensive folder of receipts, invoice and photographs of the restoration. The fondest regarded of all Britain's post-war saloons, the Morris Minor was launched at the 1948 Motor Show and by January 1961 had sold 1 million units to become the UK's most successful car to date. The post-war Morris design boasted torsion bar independent front suspension, rack and pinion steering, and a four speed gear box. A pair of two door models was offered initially, a saloon and a convertible. A four door saloon arrived in 1950, estates and commercials following later. The Traveller estate version first appeared in 1953.


Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £3500-4500

Sold: £3800
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Lot 2038

1971 Morris Minor Traveller Estate
Registration Number LWX 366K
VIN Number MAW5D1289823F
Engine Number 10V189EH66384
With V5 listing eight former keepers
Current MOT expires 6.10.2016
Current mileage 18,419

This lovely example has been fully restored to a very good standard by East Yorkshire Morris Minors of Hull. A detailed folder of receipts and invoices are included with various photographs of the restoration totalling around £12,000. The vehicle has also had an engine rebuild with the addition of a unleaded fuel conversion with heated rear window, this is a rare opportunity to purchase a traveller in superb condition.


Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £5000-7000

Sold: £6200
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Lot 2039

1977 Jaguar XJ6 4.2L Series 2
Registration Number UBJ 456R
VIN Number 2T - 20961BW
Engine Number 48328
With V5 listing six previous keepers (three with the same family)
Mileage 77,000

Launched to much acclaim in 1968, the XJ6 refined concepts embodied by previous Jaguar saloons to create a car to rival the best offered by Mercedes-Benz. Lower, longer and wider than the preceding '420' model, the XJ6 was also more rigid and incorporated 'crumple zone' technology for increased safety. The all-independent suspension followed 420 lines but with anti-dive geometry up-front, while rack-and-pinion steering made its first appearance on a Jaguar saloon. The six-cylinder XK engine was available in either 2.8- or 4.2-litre forms initially - the latter capable of propelling the luxuriously appointed "gentleman's express" to in excess of 120mph. A long-wheelbase bodyshell became available in October 1972 and this was standardised in 1975, part way through production of the mildly revised Series 2 that had been introduced in 1973.

The first three models are differentiated only by slight styling or mechanical variations, sharing the same basic bodyshell and engine. The fourth and fifth generation XJ6's each incorporate major body, mechanical and electrical redesigns. The terminologies for the first three different versions of the XJ6 are: Series I (1968-73), Series II (1973-79) and Series III (1979-87). The XJ6 Series II was only cosmetically different from the XJ6 Series I; the front bumpers were raised to a standard height and the radiator grill was much smaller, with horizontal bars. Early Series II's shared the same short 108.9 inch wheel base but in 1972 the wheelbase was extended by four inches to 112.8 inches to create the long wheel base model known as the XJ6L. Both 6 and 12 cylinder engine models were available.

There is no doubt that the XJ6 is one of the most iconic cars of the 20th century and the series 2 model is the prettiest and purest of them all. This particular 1977 car had long term ownership by the first owner and was meticulously maintained and serviced by its owner who was an engineer and car fanatic. The vehicle was rust protected by the Zebart process from new and hence now is still in stunning rust free condition. The paintwork was thin in places and has just undergone a £3500 respray to a very high standard,

With only 77,000 miles this series 2 is probably one of the finest and original examples on the market today.

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Estimate: £7000-9000

NOT SOLD
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Lot 2040

Hudson Essex Super Six Saloon
Registration number 592 UYF
VIN Number 1231103
Engine Number 1302308
With V5 listing two former keepers since its first registration in 1984

Introduced as a lower-priced companion to the parent Hudson marque in 1919, the Essex soon became synonymous with both high performance and reliability when an example averaged over 60mph for 50 hours in December 1919, a stunt which the company followed up by a successful four-car transcontinental trek in 1920. Essex pioneered low-cost closed coachwork in the United States, its four-seater sedan being only slightly more expensive than the tourer in 1922 and marginally cheaper by 1925. Essex's big news for 1924 was the switch from four to six cylinders. The new sidevalve power unit started life at an unusually small - for the United States - 2.1 litres capacity before being enlarged to 2.4 litres part way through the year. Renamed 'Super Six' for 1927, the Essex gained a larger (2.5-litre) and more powerful engine that year and four-wheel Bendix mechanical brakes the year after. Stylistically, the Essex looked broadly similar to its Hudson parent, albeit on a smaller scale.

This rare example finished in maroon and is in very good cosmetic condition. The velour interior is reasonable for its age, the engine needs some minor recommissioning and comes with it's original instruction handbook.


Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £11000-13000

NOT SOLD
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Lot 2041

1964 MGB 1.8L Roadster
Registration Number SKH 235B
Date of first registration 01/05/1989
VIN Number GHN3L30007
Engine Number 18GUH29090
No MOT
With V5 listing one former keeper since its UK registration in 1989

Outstandingly successful because of its relative simplicity, the popular MGB remained in production for 18 years while rivals came and went. Conceived in the late 1950s and launched in 1962, the MGB was mechanically similar to the preceding MGA, though with unitary-construction bodyshell instead of its forbear's separate chassis. To compensate for the newcomer's increased weight, the existing four-cylinder B-Series engine was stretched to 1,798cc while the MGB's aerodynamically efficient lines made the most of the 95bhp. A design that changed little over the years, the MGB had enjoyed sales totalling in excess of 500,000 cars by the time production ceased in 1980.

This example spent its early life in the USA, being repatriated to the UK by Murray Scott-Nelson and re-registered in 1989 when it was purchased by the current owner. A windscreen sticker indicates time spent at the NAS Miramar where the Top Gun fighter aircraft competitions are held.

The car is currently left hand drive and is supplied with a RHD dashboard and steering rack to allow conversion if the new owner prefers.

Since purchase a new interior, oil cooler, heater and batteries have been fitted. The underside has been cleaned off and painted and the bodywork is in good condition for its age. The car has been off-road for a number of years and has been kept in a de-humidified garage and the engine regularly ran.

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Estimate: £2500-3500

Sold: £4700
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Lot 2042

1981 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit 6.8 V8
VIN Number SCAZ50007BCH02958
Engine Number 02958
With V5 listing four former keepers
First registered 09.07.1995

Based on the Silver Shadow II, the silver spirit was announced in 1980. While the power unit remained Rolls-Royce's familiar and dependable 6,750cc V8, significant improvements were made to self-levelling rear suspension and the styling too came in for revision, with a lower waist line, increased glass area and a more modern angular look. Inside, the exemplary standards of equipment and finish were maintained, the most noticeable change being the adoption of separate rear seats and the re-instatement of folding picnic tables.

Despite its outward adherence to tradition, Rolls-Royce was not above equipping its new Silver Spirit with the latest in electronic advances, the driver must still choose the direction, accelerate and brake, but the more mundane jobs are all handled by electronic servants. The push-button comprises seat adjustment, windows, exterior mirrors, door and trunk locks, gas filler cap, aerial and even the gear selector lever. The unique bi-level air conditioning system, which consists of two independent upper and lower units proved very efficient.

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Estimate: £5000-6000

NOT SOLD
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Lot 2043

A Runbaken Controlled Load Starter-Battery Tester, with wooden handle and chrome frame; A 1920s Car Horn, labelled King of the Road Number 38; A pair of early 20th century Sibie Headlamps; An Edwardian Smiths of London Dashboard Clock; and A Pair of Edwardian Side Lamps, labelled Phares Auteroche

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £170
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Lot 2044

Three Boxes Containing 1920s/30s Car Head Lamps, Spot Lamps and Bike Lamps, including a brass car headlamp labelled C.A.V. numbered NN50, a Lucas King of the Road Prom example, and eight other chrome and ebonised examples (qty)

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 2045

A Collection of Car Automobilia including four vintage oil cans, 1 gallon measuring jug, eight assorted brass and metal grease guns, Haynes Manual for Renault 5, Haynes Manual for Rover 214, a leather bound Road Atlas of Europe, a 3-Litre Princess Operational Handbook, two Allegro handbooks, an ATCO manual and two car manuals

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £50
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Lot 2046

Five Vintage Leather Suitcases of assorted sizes with chrome and brass fittings; Four Green Canvas and Leather Bound Vintage Suitcases; and A Vintage Hinged Trunk (10)

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Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £220
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Lot 2047

A 60 Litre Oil Can, labelled The Property of Anglo-American Oil Co Ltd, with brass tap, height 85cm

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Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £50
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Lot 2048

A Green Painted Castrol Oil Station, repainted case containing three oil pumps with sliding front door, fitted with a circular Castrol sign, 121cm by 45cm by 140cm

Buyer's premium of 20% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £140
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Lot 2049

1963 Hillman Super Minx 1.6 Saloon
Registration Number AJM 479A
VIN Number BB26496HHSO
With V5 listing five former keepers
First registered 1/7/1963
Current MOT expires May 2016

Sold with previous MOT certificates and file containing various receipts

Buyer's premium of 10% (+ VAT) applies to this lot

Estimate: £1500-2000

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Lot 2050

A Bentley 3.5 litre Instruction Book, violet wrap around cover with press stud, number II

Estimate: £150-200

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