The Brightwells sale on 17 July will see more than 100 classic and vintage cars go under the hammer at the company's Leominster base.
Jaguars are well represented at the sale, with no less than five E-types up for grabs. A white S1 3.8, which was heavily restored in 2001 and subsequently driven less than 2000 miles, is estimated to sell for between £45,000-£50,000. An ex-William TownsS3 V12 will also go under the hammer, and this smart example is expected to fetch £45,000-£50,000. There is a S1.5 2+2 automatic, in need of a little tidying, for around £12,000-£14,000.
An orange 1971 911T, with an estimate of £14,000-16,000, might excite classic Porsche enthusiasts. This original right-hand-drive car has undergone substantial restoration work in recent years, and it features the rare semi-automatic Sportomatic gearbox - which has also been recently rebuilt.
The fact that Caterham still produced a sportscar very close in concept to the original Lotus 7 is testament to the car’s lasting appeal – and Brightwells is offering an immaculate 1964 Series 2 car, in silver with a red interior. A modified and over-bored 1.6-litre Ford crossflow engine, with twin Dellorto carbs, powers it. Estimates range from £17,000-£20,000.
For more information or to view the full catalogue, visit www.brightwells.com.