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Classic Car Auctions 2020

December 12

MG X Power SV Foerd 4.6 Ltr. V8

Lot No. 658 – 2008 MG SV 4.6 Ford Modular V8. Sold for £38,850 at the 19th September 2020 Auction


The December Live Online Auction will take place on Saturday 12th December, with bidding available online, on the phone or via commission. Details for viewing of the cars will be announced in the forthcoming weeks.

Everyman Classics are currently invited for the final sale of the year, submit your entry using the option above or contact Classic Car Auctions on 01926 640888.


Following the success of the three sales held earlier this year, CCA is delighted that they can continue to be proactive in its auctions, but in a safe and responsible way.

If you are thinking of selling your classic car, your first step should be to submit your entry through the simple online entry form. A member of the CCA team will then contact you to discuss your entry; all of the discussions can take place over the phone and via email to ensure that the health and safety of both customers and CCA team members are prioritised.

For more information on selling your classic with Classic Car Auctions review the online selling guide.


Details of viewing opportunities prior to the Auction will be announced in due course.


CCA will offer three forms of bidding; online with their partner Proxibid, on the telephone, or, via a commission bid.

For more details on each of these methods, please visit the buying guide and familiarise yourself with the general terms and conditions of sale.

Here are some of the cars on offer in the Saturday, December 12th sale –

1961 Jaguar Mk 2

Estimate: £30,000 – £35,000

(+ Buyers Premium)

Glorious Mk2 in Gunmetal with subtle performance and comfort upgrades.


1956 Miles-bodied Dennis F8 Fire Engine

(+ Buyers Premium)

Rare, narrow track, Miles-bodied F8 with unusual slam-shut lockers.


1972 Jaguar E-Type FHC Series 3

Estimate: £30,000 – £35,000

(+ Buyers Premium)

A fabulous example of an entry-level, UK-supplied, Series 3 V12….



1928 Austin 12/4 Landaulette

Estimate: £8,000 – £12,000

(+ Buyers Premium)

Built by Mann Egerton of Norwich, one of only four Laundelettes built on the 12/4 chassis.


2004 MG ZT 1.8 Turbo – 4 (four) miles from new

Estimate: £12,000 – £15,000

(+ Buyers Premium)

“Best condition MG in the World” reports industry commentator! (Paul Hudson The Telegraph).


1969 Plymouth 440Ci Road Runner

Estimate: £30,000 – £36,000

(+ Buyers Premium)

A UK-registered, left-hand drive, genuine Road Runner, superbly restored in the UK.


1968 Triumph TR5

Estimate: £45,000 – £55,000

(+ Buyers Premium)

Truly stunning. Undoubtedly a ‘Best of Breed’ contender.


Channel 4 opportunity

  Last year ClassicCarAuctions worked with television producers on a pilot restoration show called Mend It For Money. Following its success, they are delighted to announce that Channel 4 have now commissioned a series of between 20 and 30 episodes.

Mend It For Money are now seeking classic car owners to submit their interest in having their car recommissioned as part of the show, and subsequently sold in one of CCA auctions.

Last year a 1989 Porsche 928 GT Manual featured within the pilot, and concluded with it successfully selling in the NEC Classic Motor Show auction.

Whether you have a Ford, Land Rover, Triumph or BMW that needs restoring to its former glory, CCA want to hear from you. You can email your interest using the option below or contact CCA on 01926 640888 for further information.

Email your interest


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