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143 Cars For Auction At The Silverstone Classic

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143 Cars For Auction At The Silverstone Classic

With a dedicated race car sale, a two-day classic road car sale offering a huge variety of cars, as well as an extensive selection of collectible automobilia and luxury lifestyle items, Silverstone Auctions are set to host their biggest ever sale with a total of 450 lots

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1966 Race Car Project Sells For Over £80,000

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1966 Race Car Project Sells For Over £80,000

Former race-driver, John Markey, who runs the H&H Classics Hindhead Surrey operation, says: “It is an amazing restoration project and a true ‘barn find’ slumbering in the late owner’s garage for the last 45 years

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Scotland’s ‘missing’ E-Type discovered

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Scotland’s ‘missing’ E-Type discovered

A ‘missing’ Jaguar E-Type, one of the most sought-after early examples of the model, has been recently discovered in the depths of Scotland and will be offered at auction by Silverstone Auctions at the Silverstone Classic on 30th and 31st July.

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Four-Wheeled Thoroughbreds Gallop Towards Tattersalls

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Four-Wheeled Thoroughbreds Gallop Towards Tattersalls

Entries include not one but two Bentley R Type Continental Fastbacks, with distinctive, sleek styling by H J Mulliner. One was the 1953 Geneva Show car. Featuring special factory equipment, including a kilometer speedometer and heavier front shock absorbers, it has an estimate of £1,000,000-£1,300,000

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First Production Lotus Elite For Auction

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First Production Lotus Elite For Auction

The car, the very first racing Elite, has an incredible race history, with Barber racing it extensively for five seasons in top level international sports car racing in both the UK and Europe

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Record results at CCA’s biggest ever sale

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Record results at CCA’s biggest ever sale

Hundreds of bidders in the packed out auction hall at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre helped Classic Car Auctions (CCA) achieve a 80 per cent sales rate and total sales of more than £1.4million in its auction on Saturday, its biggest ever sales total.

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Historic 1948 Connaught Race Car

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Historic 1948 Connaught Race Car

The Connaught name is not part of every automotive enthusiast’s lexicon, yet few companies did more to put Britain’s post-war motorsport industry on the map.

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E-type achieves double estimate and Triumphs triumph at Classic Car Sale

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E-type achieves double estimate and Triumphs triumph at Classic Car Sale

A 1964 Jaguar E-type S1 FHC achieved almost twice its £32,000 estimate when it sold for £63,800 at Barons at Sandown Park on June 4th.

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Cadillac Linked To Life of President John F Kennedy For Sale

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Cadillac Linked To Life of President John F Kennedy For Sale

H&H Classics are selling a 1949 Cadillac that comes freighted with the astonishing Kennedy clan history, a presence at the wedding of JFK and Jackie, at the baptism of their children, his presidential inauguration and at JFK’s funeral following his assassination in 1963, a story that still perplexes and fascinates the world.

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Bonhams Gears Up For The Festival Of Speed

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Bonhams Gears Up For The Festival Of Speed

‘Supremely vigorous car with a fiery temperament’ This is how the Ferrari 275 GTB was described when it was first launched. Ferrari built just 48 right-hand versions, with the rare 1966 model offered delivered new to the UK to British racing driver and instructor Mark Konig

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