Biggest sale yet set for Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show 2024

Resto show sale set to be biggest yet

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Classic Car Auctions kicks its year off at the Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show and the sale is packing more than 200 cars. Here are three gems you won't want to miss!

1964 MG 1100 four-door

ESTIMATE: £10,000-12,000. This 12,000-mile 1100 four-door is a highly tempting example and pretty rare, too. CCA says that its sole registered keeper put it into storage in 1978, where it stayed until the vendor bought it in 2006. There’s been some recent re-commissioning work as well as a bare-metal re-spray in its original black. There’s some history, too, says CCA.

1989 Peugeot 205 GT 1.4 5-door

ESTIMATE: £10,000-12,000. Not a GTI but the milder GT and in a thoroughly practical five door form. This 22,600-mile model’s owner has had it since 2019, with two former keepers before that. There’s some paperwork including a selection of old test certificates. Looking very smart inside and out and under the bonnet it’s a cracking offering – and rather rarer than a GTI.

1986 Jaguar XJ6 4.2

ESTIMATE: £10,000-12,000. Proper Jaguar enthusiasts will know that the XJ6 Series 3 finished on a D-plate, although the body lived on in V12 guise until K-registration. CCA’s Rhodium Silver over grey Pennine Tweed has had one owner from new and shows 50,239 miles. And adding to its appeal are 22 stamps in the book. It’s a true survivor condition-wise, too, the body, paint and interior – as well as the engine bay – being in fine order.

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