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Silverstone Auctions are proud to be offering these exciting classic and competition cars to the market via a live online auction on 31st July and 1st August 2020.
You can view the car(s) of interest via a pre-booked appointment between 16th - 30th July. Buyers are advised to inspect cars in person; this is an opportunity to satisfy yourself as to the condition of each lot prior to the auction. Please contact us on 01926 691141 to reserve your appointment at our centrally located facility.
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Sold for: £20,250
A highly developed British-built sports car boasting 350bhp and 0-60 in 3.0 seconds
Sold for: £22,500
Very rare, 'Last Edition' Beetle, remarkably well preserved and just emerged from 29 years of dry storage.
Sold for: £42,750
A rare, right-hand drive, manual gearbox car with just 30,375 miles.
Sold for: £130,500
The legend that is the 22B - rare, bespoke and hugely coveted
Sold for: £21,150
The last true analogue BMW sports car? Just 41,000 miles, full service history and original bill of sale
Sold for: £92,250
A UK-market 3000 restored and enhanced for maximum driving enjoyment.
Sold for: £21,375
The car to have in 1960, quintessentially British and Jean Shrimpton pretty
Sold for: £146,250
Official UK press car and one of 53 right-hand drive examples
Sold for: £105,750
1958 Earls Court Motor Show Launch car and bought new by Jazz legend Chris Barber
Sold for: £1
SOLD for an undisclosed amount. A stylish Italian superbike, first owner F1-legend David Coulthard MBE.
Sold for: £12,375
A delightful re-creation of a late-thirties Austin pickup truck