Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Grab the classic car you always wanted

SPECIALIST auction house CCA returns to the world–famous Silverstone race circuit for its second sale on

SPECIALIST auction house CCA returns to the world–famous Silverstone race circuit for its second sale on Tuesday.

More than 70 cars will be on offer and among the impressive list is a 1976 Porsche 911 2.7 Targa S. A semi–convertible, it is ideal for stylish summer driving and with an estimated sale price of between £20,000 and £24,000, it is presented as a great opportunity for affordable Porsche ownership.

One of the most iconic hot hatches of the Nineties, a 1994 Renault Clio 2.0 16v Williams One, is also expected to garner wide interest. Finished in Sports Blue Metallic, this model has been in the possession of its current owner for nine years, with just three previous owners.

With a desirable low mileage of just 75,000 miles, as well as a personalised registration number, L55 RCW, reflecting its limited edition number and model, it is expected to sell for between £4,500 and £6,000. Reported to be one of just 82 left licensed on the road in the UK, this modern classic packs a powerful punch.

A handsome 1952 Dodge Pilothouse Half Ton Pickup Truck will also be going under the hammer, expecting to fetch between £20,000 and £22,000. Considered by many to be the finest and most advanced pickup of its day, this truck has recently had its upholstery refurbished and its paintwork is in superb condition throughout.



CCA auction manager Joe Watts said: “The calibre of great value cars on offer in the April sale is sure to appeal to the tastes of any enthusiast. Our aim with CCA is to make buying a classic car as simple and hassle–free as possible.”

Those after a Datsun will be pleased to see a 1974 Datsun 260Z on offer with an estimated price of £14,000 to £16,000. Presented in striking Metallic Green Leaf, it benefits from a recent and loving restoration including paintwork and handmade carpets.



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