Lot Reg No Model Description Year Published Price
498 BOC275A Standard Pennant Ripe for restoration, non-runner 1958 £525
502 YAR433M Triumph GT6 The vendor purchased in 2006 and informs us he spent 9 months effecting a considerable makeover/ restoration, replacing many fundamental parts including sills, lights, window door rubbers, along with maintaining the engine and overdrive gearbox. Now in need of some further attention but starts off the key. 1974 £1,020
504 N641MHS Rover Mini Equinox Previous MOT certificates back to 1999.  Original service booklet with 7 stamps, and lots of receipts.  Carbon fibre interior and roll cage.  Much money has been spent on this example.  1.3 Webbers, Stage 3 head, adjustable suspension. 1996 £3,400
506 L111 WET   CHERISHED PLATE   £394
509 L609LND Mitsuoka Viewt The Mitsuoka Viewt is a modification of the Nissan Micra sold by the Japanese carmaker Mitsuoka, intended to resemble the 1963 Jaguar Mark 2.  The line was launched in January 1993, It, along with Mitsuoka’s later Galue, encouraged larger Japanese manufacturers to produce retro-styled versions of their own cars.  1994 £1,870
510 WYT 544T Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II This stunning example owes its condition to its original owner who only did 23,000 miles in 14 yrs.  We have MOT certificates dating back to 1991, the 1st 3 services being undertaken by Rolls Royce Crewe, other stamps and documentation help to complete the history. 
Full tan leather.
1978 £10,706
515 YSF189 Morris Minor As the sales slogan stated “There’s nothing finer than a morris minor!” 1961 £1,040
516 F427KTN Jaguar Jaguarsport Supplied new by “Jaguar House” Newcastle, this is number 58 of only 100 produced and still has its drivers back and service record with 10 service stamps, the last being at 46043 miles in March 201 1988 £3,533
519 L624 WDU Daimler Double Six This car was originally registered to Jaguar Cars, Coventry and comes today with 22 Jaguar stamps in its service record.  Last serviced at 59,344 miles, January 2012.  Same local lady owner for the last 13 years. 1994 £1,545
520 B171LLS   CHERISHED PLATE   £510
529 ARG608B Rover 2000 Very early example with grey leather upholstery.
Husband and wife owned from new, stored last 26 years.
1964 £1,645
530 TSK704 Hillman Minx S3 Originally registered as “DRS 276A” an Aberdeenshire registration it has also been registered as “IDZ 8170” in 1991.  The series III B offered little visible difference to the styling of the preceeding model, the main change was the intoduction of a “hypoid bevel” rear axle and a larger windscreen.  1961 £1,670
531 FWW142L Jaguar E Type V12 "The V12 E-Type was at its best as a long distance, high speed tourer.  There were few cars which could match its top speed and 120/130mph cruising ability, even amongst the exotica from Italy and none at all the silence and smoothness of its engine.”  Paul Skilleter, The Jaguar E-Type

One consequence of the E-Type’s long process of development had ben a gradual increase in weight, but a good measure of the concomitant loss of performance was restored in 1971 with the arrival of what would be the final version, the Series III V12.  Weighing only 80lb more than the cast-iron block, 4.2 litre XK six, the new all aloy, 5.3 litre V12 produced 272bhp, an output good enough for a top speed in excess of 140mph.  Furthermore, the 0-100mph time of around 16secs made the V12 the fastest-accelerating E-Type ever.  Beneath the skin, ventilated front discs, improved braking power and the front suspension gained anti-dive geometry. Lucas transistorised ignition and Adwest power-assisted steering were now standard, while automatic transmission was one of the more popular options on what was now more of a luxury Grand Tourer than out-and-out sports car.  Flared wheel arches, a deeper radiator air intake complete with grille, and a four pipe exhaust system distinguished the Series III from its six-cylinder forbearers, plus, of course that all important “V-12” boot badge.  The interior though, remained traditional Jaguar.
1972 £20,034
532 S512MGA Seat Ibiza GTI 16V Full Cupra specification, this pocket rocket has the 2.0L 150BHP 16V Dohc engine.  Has been in the hands of the same fastidious owner since it was 2 weeks old.  Resplendant in its gleaming yellow paintwork with a distinctive  white 16” alloy wheels. 1999 £1,070
536 777PO Buick Riviera The first generation Riviera is considered a styling landmark, and is quite collectible today.  Sergio Pininfarina declared it “One of the most beautiful American cars ever built;; it has marked a very impressive return to simplicity of American car design.” 1965 £7,208
539 KLJ565E Sunbeam Alpine This Bournemouth registered example has had much money spent to bring it up to its current standard.  Well known prize winner on the show circuit.
Overdrive gearbox, detachable hardtop, wire wheels.
1967 £9,010
540 700EFX   CHERISHED PLATE   £720
542 FHH81K Fiat 500 Alloy wheels, Webasto sunroof, left hand drive. 1971 £3,445
543 JSS491N Daimler Sovereign Supplied by Rossleigh Aberdeen, with original passport service book 1974 £3,146
544 F511DFK Reliant Rialto With alloy wheels.  A future classic. 1989 £645
545 G7TMP Mercedes 300 SL-24 Supplied with a July 2014 MOT certificate.  1990 £2,491
546 R573EOX Mazda MX-5 Harvard Good starter classic with a strong following. One of only 500.  Namd after the famous college.  Interior trimmed in burgandy leather with grey piping and 15” alloys.  Total loss May 2007. 1997 £795
550 TBL371 Austin LC5 TA Twin wheeler, ex-Southern Electricity service.  1959 £5,512
551 D293FES Ford Capri Laser Dry stored for over 20 years.  Lovely example, never welded post factory. 1987 £2,020
563   Deer Cart Deer cart as used in Victoria/Edwardian times on Highland shooting estates for carrying carcasses off the hills.  Would have been pulled by a Clydesdale horse or Welsh cob. circa 1900 £970
566 PWH920 Austin 101 - 10CWT Registered in Bolton Lancashire on 11th March 1960 this Austin 10CWT van was marketed as the “Austin 101” with a 4 speed gearbox and a “B series” engine. 
This particular example is one of the last as production ceased in 1961 after 48,600 examples had been produced
1960 £10,388
571 WS7380 Armstrong Siddeley Fourteen Six cylinder engined pre-selector gearbox model.  Sold along with correct maintenance manual.  Well known on local circuit.  1936 £7,420
572 FWB450C Hillman Super Minx MK III Purchased new on 9th March 1965 from Highfield Motors Sheffield by Mr P Vaughan who covered 11954 miles up to August 1968.  In 1968 the car appears to change ownership to his son, who kept the car until 1982.  The history through MOT certificates  and invoices leads us to believe the mileage as correct.  Much money has been spent in recent years maintaining it to the current standard.  Sold with original handbook and service book 1965 £3,074
573 HRG255 Albion Chieftain This superb example was built in 1954 at Albion Motors Limited, Scotstoun, Glasgow, and delivered to J.M Forbes, Hutcheon St, Aberdeen (the Albion dealership) , who supplied it to S.A.I (Scottish Agricultural Industries) animal feed and fertiliser company, Blaikies Quay, Aberdeen.  The current owner of 25 years undertook a 7 year restoration.  As the sales brochures said “Albion - Sure as the Sunrise. 1954 £10,176
575 BAD55S   CHERISHED PLATE   £1,620
578 XFJ101S Vauxhall Cavalier GLS Coupe Very presentable, usable classic.  With Rostyle wheels.  1978 £920
579 TRO485E Ford Anglia Van 1600 Crossflow, with 2000E gearbox. 
Lowered suspension.
1967 £4,134
584 F775MCA Porsche 944 Service history with receipts and sales invoice.  Last MOT with no advisories.  Does not come out in the rain!
Lots of history, various MOT certificates.
1989 £2,650
585 OYJ620 Wolseley 1500 Complete with original buff logbook. 1963 £2,650
586 PFG225 MG Magnette ZA Supplied new on the 1st January 1956 by the renowned “Fife Motor Company” of Dunfermline with branches at 12 Margaret Street and Halbeath Road, to Mr Reid of Carnock for a total of £1067.7/. 0d.

The car still retains its original registration number, and is offered with a huge information folder, a truely splendid example
1956 £7,844
587 FOT700 MG TC   1949 £21,518
590 5000 DR   CHERISHED PLATE   £3,600
591   Attachment Circa 1960s restored front loader, loading shovel, and bale spike complete with fittings, brackets and rams.  The vendor advises these are suitable for Fordson Dexta or similar. circa 1960 £67
593 UVW410R Pontiac Firebird Believed to be an Ohio car, starts and drives.  Ideal for a Winter project. 1977 £1,174
594 682XUV Norton Model 50 Recent rims, stainless steel spokes, and exhaust system.  The model “50” and its twin port brother the “55” where Nortons first production OHV machines in the 350 class.  This fine example is finished in Nortons traditional black and silver livery. 1958 £3,206
596 L4NGS   CHERISHED PLATE   £3,710
599 3848CZ Alvis TD 21 The Alvis TD21 was a British sporting car made between 1958 and 1963. It was an updated version of the TC 108G with body construction by Park Ward. They were slightly taller and a drophead coupé was added to the range. The 2993 cc engine was again uprated, now producing 115 bhp (86 kW)[1] mainly by an improved cylinder head and increasing the compression ration from 8.0:1 to 8.5:1. A new four speed gearbox from the Austin-Healey appeared and Borg Warner three speed automatic transmission was offered 1961 £24,380
600 HFS340 MG TC This Edinburgh registered car is supplied with a continuation “buff” log book showing the the car owners in the 1960’s and recorded as a “MG Midget TC”.  The vendor informs us that the ash frame was rebulit in the 1980’s and the body panels repaired as necessary. The car also undergone an engine rebuild, since which time it has only covered some 3000 miles 1949 £23,055
604 PYU105F Morris Minor 1000 London car until 2008, full underbody restoration in 2012.  Lovely example with fresh MOT for the sale. 1968 £2,030
605 PWE658R Triumph TR7 A true time warp example, extremely original 4 speed model with no sunroof and plain black interior, with no modifications still bearing its original “Supercover” window decal and on steel wheels with G800 tyres.  Engine turns freely but clutch appears to be seized. Has been verified by the TR7 register as one of the earliest original examples remaining 1977 £820
606 OIL3633 Rolls Royce Silver Spirit Supplied new by “Grassicks of Perth”.  The original service record has 11 service stamps and substantial documentation.  It has spent some of its life in Monaco and has the original handbooks, the delivery note and build record. 1989 £7,738
607 GRY585 Humber Super Snipe Convertible The Super Snipe was evolved by putting the four-litre engine from the prewar Pullman and Imperial models into the Snipe chassis. Humber did not produce open models, but in 1948 a number of chassis were sent to coachbuilders Tickford Ltd. at Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, for drophead bodies, these cars are aluminium from the A posts back.  When at the Tickford factory the rolling chassis’s where driven by sitting on a “beer crate” with the drivers wearing “flying goggles” this particular car left the Humber factory on January 16th 1950 bound for Tickford and was supplied new to R.Rowley & Co.Ltd Leicester, the Knitwear Company and has spent some time as part of the Alan Merrick collection in the 1980s, hence the vertical side grilles as opposed to the standard horizontal ones. There were 125 Humber Super Snipe MKII dropheads produced; the register of survivors has documented that 29 are presently in existance.  1950 £8,000
609 K838XPJ Lotus Elan SE Turbo Fitted with the optional 16” Lotus branded “Oz” alloys, and has a complete stainless steel exhaust system, the roof has been reproofed, there is a removable wind deflector to reduce buffeting. Sold with comprehensive Lotus Service Notes Folder. 1993 £3,710
610 G456UNF Jaguar XJS HE Beautiful example, with lots of detailed history. 1990 £3,922
613 G160OAT Alfa Romeo Spider S3 Believed to be one of 3 RHD examples.  Imported in 1989. 1990 £4,558
615   Ferguson Plough Single furrow plough. Circa 1950s £190
616   Ferguson Cultivator Cultivator with recent point Circa 1950s £364
617   Ferguson Plough Twin furrow plough Circa 1950s £180
618 P603EMS Mazda MX-5 Leather interior, mohair hood, stainless steel exhaust .  Benefitting of being in the hands of the same family for the last 13 years. This example has heated seats, a glass rear window, momo steering wheel, upgraded wheels, and a tonneau cover 1997 £1,270
623 B566BHG Ford Fiesta L Complete with the original bill of sale.  This incredible little “time warp” example has all its MOT certificates and extensive service history, this has to be one of the best available. 1985 £3,180
624 T561ATS Volvo C70 20V Excellent service history with 13 Volvo stamps and lots of reciepts.   1999 £1,020
625 MPT94P Triumph Dolomite Sprint This Dolomite Sprint in Mimosa Yellow with black nylon trim has covered only 29,398 miles and is something rather special.  Full history including the original bill of sale and Triumph “passport” service booklet.  The Dolomite Sprint has the claim to fame of being the world’s first truely massed produced “multi valve” 16V car and led “Motor” to report “the Sprint must be the answer to many peoples prayer, its well appointed, compact, yet deceptively roomy, performance is there in plenty, yet economy is good and the model’s manners are quite impeccable most important of all it is a tremendously satisfying car to drive” 1976 £6,360
626 LFF46 James Comet  Appears totally original, with the correct paintwork and original decals.  Has a comprehensive maintenance folder, and is a real “outhouse” find. Sold complete with a motorbike trailer.
Villiers powered 2 speed gearbox.
1949 £1,095
627 XNM77S MG B   1978 £3,286
629 MSK373 Wolseley        £2,173
631 NRM742P Excalibur Phaeton S3 he “Excalibur” was manufactured in Milwaukee, Wisconsin between 1964 and 1991.     This particular example was imported to the UK in April 1996 and comes with an invoice for the wheel refurbishments in 2009 for $2500. 
Famous “Excalibur” owners include Gary Cooper, Tony Curtis, Jean Harlow, Dean Martin, Gloria Swanson, Peter Ustinov, Ronald reagan, Steve McQueen, Liberace, George Foreman, Rod Stewart, Prince Rainier and Bobby Darin.
This is a stunning example of the hand built exclusive marque.
1976 £16,430
632 MRC600 Mercedes 600 Production began in 1964 and almost 600 variants were built until 1972. The oil crisis, as well as the introduction of new S-Class models, slowed demand. Modest production continued until 1981. During this time, 2,677 vehicles were made.  Apart from the Pope and governments, famous owners of the 600 have included celebrities such as Coco Chanel, Hugh Hefner, Elizabeth Taylor, John Lennon, George Harrison, Karen Carpenter, and Elvis Presley, 1969 £43,460
652 HVD549L Volkswagon Beetle Complete but requiring full restoration 1972 £345
653 482XUW Ferguson Ted 20 Tractor 1953 £1,400
654   Woodsaw Ferguson core wood saw Circa 1950s £291
655   Linkbox Reproduction Ferguson Link Box   £179
656   Linkarm Ferguson adjustable link arm   £43
657   Seat    Implement seat circa 1960s £26
661 UCT 489K Rover 3.5L   1971 £4,770
662 LVW255J Vanden Plas 1300 Princess This car was in the same family until Early 2012, having been drystored since late 2001. 1970 £2,120
663 H5LOT Lotus Espirit Service booklet and owners handbook present.   Rare air conditioned model.  Huge receipt pack detailing the work that has been completed in excess of £17K.  This example also benefits from detachable glass roof 1990 £7,420
664   Hydratow Hydratow MK5 trailor   £842
666 A217HMY Vauxhall Astra GL Metallic paint, correct alloy wheels, velour 1984 £1,320
670 B365NRY Porsche 944 This pristine example is offered with original "book pack" showing 12 Porsche main dealer stamps. 1985 £3,445
671 XST367 Morris Minor Traveller A very original, genuine mileage example 1964 £3,975
672 TSN583H Jaguar 4.2 XJ6 Supplied with its original owners policy by "Frank Norrie and Sons" Montrose, listing a well known doctor as the first owner.  "Nellie" as she is affectionately named has had the same owner since 1987. 1970 £2,544
673 K43AAA Rover Metro Quest Only 2 registered owners from new.  Limited edition "Quest" with warranted mileage 1992 £520
676 T11KEM Saab 9-3 SE Turbo MOT tested until Sept 2014 1999 £942
677 VU53LKE MG TF 42,021 miles 2003 £1,120
678 YY02NNR MG TF This is the 160 BHP edition with SPAX suspension 2002 £970
679 X281HLE Bentley Arnage Red Label Service history with 10 stamps 2000 £15,052
680   Farm trailer 10ft x 6ft   £345
683 LSR413F Jaguar 2.4/240 Recent new leather and chrome wire wheels 1967 £7,420
685 W236YSB BMW Z3 Partial history, some receipts and MOT 2000 £1,620
686 VDT398S MG B Resplendant in eye catching pageant blue.  This car has a massive folder detailing the cars history along with the original "Passport" service book.  1978 £2,703
687 S606HBD Mercedes E55 AMG  Packed under the bonnet is an aggressive sounding hand built 5.4 litre, supercharged V8 that laid 354bhp onto the tarmac via a fast 5-speed auto gearbox. 1998 £2,091
688 P22KJW Mercedes SLK 230 Service history with 10 Mercedes stamps.  Leather trim, automatic transmission, CD player 1997 £2,173
689 L163JVN Mercedes C180 Total time warp example.  With AMG Bodykit 1994 £3,392
692   Magazines Large collection of motoring magazines dating back to the 1970s   £77
693 256OPB Massey Ferguson 35 Showing 1650 hours   £2,491
694 NKA550S Honda CB550 Air cooled pre diversion, 4 cylinder XJ 600 Yamaha engine in a fully powder coated custom frame, in the "Bobber Chop" style. reg 1977 £1,570
695 UAM768 Mercedes 500 SL Deep dish alloy wheels with recent tyres 1991 £3,180
699   Pedalcar "Supercar" Austin Healey type twin seater pedalcar/fairground ride Circa 1950s £420
701   Pedalcar Austin J40 pedal car in need of restoration Circa 1960s £650
702   Fairground ride Lenaerts of Belgium based on an "Indian Chief" motorbike Circa 1950s £845
704 XCS772T Ford Escort Mexico Fully retrimmed, stunning in Riviera Blue.   1978 £13,674
707 D940TDV Ford Capri Laser Service receipts, old tax discs, ashley exhaust 1987 £2,032
708 V446GES Alfa Romeo Spider T-Spark 16V Partial history, alloy wheels, metallic paint 1999 £1,120
709 H418PEF Nissan Figaro Sold with various MOT certificates 2004 £2,060
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