CCA September Sale expands with 20th century stars
Classic Car Auctions is adding even more cars to its stunning September Sale – we take a look at our favourites...
Classic Car Auction's September 15 Sale at Warwickshire Event Centre has now expanded to 149 cars with the inclusion of greats from the 1960s, '70s, '80s and '90s for the event.
A rare 1968 Jensen Interceptor MK1 represents the '60s, and is one of only eight surviving manual transmission cars, 22 of which were built. It was restored six years ago by marque specialist Cropredy Bridget at a cost of £40,000 and is expected to sell for a similar amount in the sale. The car's colour is described as 'anthracite', and has a black leather interior.
More from the CCA September Sale
- A fleet of Bavaria's best headed to auction
- Some of the fastest Fords of the 1980s are going on sale
- Great classic cars for sale on AutoClassics
There are already several British icons in the sale, and a 1970 Jaguar E-type Series II FHC joins them, making it the fifth E-type on the auctioneer's books. Finished in Signal Red with a black leather interior, the 4.2-litre big cat is expected to sell for somewhere between £30,000 – £35,000. It still carries its original engine, and was restored early in its life on the road, predating its current owner.
Marking a last hurrah for the Ford Capri, the 1987 Capri 280 'Brooklands' was one of the last top selling long nose sportscars before the UK and European market switched to hot hatches. The car earned its name from its Brooklands Green Metallic finish, and has a 2.8L V6 engine, limited-slip differential, a full leather Recaro interior, and 15-inch, seven-spoke alloy wheels.
The odometer reading of this example for sale sits at 15,185 miles and is expected to sell for £26,000 - £30,000. It's not the only high performance Ford headed to the auction, with a group of 1980s contemporaries already announced.
Talking of hot hatches, a 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo, the final homologation car to be used by the Lancia factory team in the World Rally Championship, is also up for grabs. The car could output 207bhp and 22lb/ft of torque at 3500rpm, and its rally counterpart won eight times on the way to the manufacturers' title. It is finished in Monza Red with a Black perforated leather interior.
Although not a product of the 20th century, a 2004 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti has also joined the sale, and the four-seater Ferrari is in great condition. It is estimated at £42,000 to £50,000.
Classic Cars for Sale
Jaguar XJS Convertible V12 5.3L Auto This amazing condition Jaguar is registered 1988 and has only covered a documented 43812 miles since new Accompanied by a superb full service history from new and includes original sales brochure, handbooks etc Absolutely stunning condition all round and drives like new. Specification includes, Electric windows, Electric seats and heated seats, Electric roo
Wonderful condition Displaying only 26,160 actual miles! Numbers matching 5.6 liter V8 engine Final production model year 560SL! One of only 5,351 built Stunning color combination Includes both removable factory hardtop and folding soft top Options Include: Climate Control Air Conditioning Leather Seats With Folding Drivers aArmrest Power Windows Power Locks Power 4-W
The car comes complete with build photos, , and, well, you just can’t compete with that look. It’s not cheap, but you couldn’t duplicate this car at this price, and the only cars that can run with it cost many thousands more. This is one of the best-looking, best-driving early Camaros we’ve ever offered.Inside, the original blue interior was gutted and tossed, replaced by a combination of
Unique Autocraft "Python" Cobra Pete Gottlieb, Martin De'Ath and Kris Brown founded the company in 1981 in Harlow Essex. The production ran until 1993.The total created was about 99 cars. This superb example was correctly Q registered in 16/10/1986. This Cobra has just had a extensive mechanical and cosmetic restoration. Finished in unmarked Tahiti blue coachwork with Wimbledon white stripes.