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The London Classic Car Show

Auction Details

Address

ExCeL London
Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Dock
London

Date 16 Feb 2019
Time 2:00 PM
Viewing

Auction Part 1: Saturday 16th February 2019 – 2PM (Lots 101-159)
Auction Part 2: Sunday 17th February 2019 – 2PM (Lots 201-241)
Viewing from Thursday 14th February

Location Excel Centre, London, UK
Admission Admisson by Catalogue (Admits Two)

The London Classic Car Show 2019 LOT LIST

1986 Jaguar XJ-S

One Owner, 36,000 Miles

OFFERED AT NO RESERVE
ESTIMATE: £10,000-£15,000

The XJ-S had been under development since 1968 and as a 2+2 fixed head coupe was intended as a replacement for the now legendary E-type. From the beginning it was only available with the V12 engine which gave excellent...

1970 Fiat 500L

ESTIMATE: £3,000-£5,000

Replacement for FIAT’s much-loved 500 ‘Topolino’, the Nuova 500 debuted in 1957. A radical departure from its predecessor’s essentially pre-war design, FIAT’s new baby featured unitary construction, an opening fabric roof and all-independent suspension while carrying its engine at...

1986 Peugeot 1.9 GTi Phase I

Believed to be the first Right-Hand drive example produced – One previous owner from new

ESTIMATE: £5,000-£8,000

The King of the hot hatches. Volkswagen may have started the GTI craze in 1976, but many still consider the Peugeot 205 GTI as the greatest of them all. The 205 was launched in 1983, a brilliant rival...

1987 Ford Capri V8 Coyote

Developed for TV show ‘Goblin Works Garage’

ESTIMATE: £35,000-£45,000

This highly modified and unusual Capri was featured in a TV series in January 2018 with a build cost of £52,000 – an extensive build sheet is available in the history file. Fitted with the 5.0 V8 from the...

1977 Mini 1000 by Wood & Pickett

Owned from new by Cilla Black

ESTIMATE: £30,000-£40,000

The Mini came about because of a fuel shortage caused by the 1956 Suez Crisis. Petrol was once again rationed in the UK, sales of large cars slumped, and the market for German bubble cars boomed, even in countries...

1974 Lamborghini Urraco P250S

One owner for 37 years – Recent engine rebuild costing £15,000

ESTIMATE: £58,000-£63,000

In accordance with their practice of naming their cars after Fighting Bulls, it was fitting that this new, junior, V8 Lamborghini was named ‘Urraco’ which translates as ‘little bull’. Intended to compete with rivals such as Ferrari’s Dino and Porsche’s...

1972 BMW E9 CSi Right-Hand Drive

ESTIMATE: £30,000-£40,000

With BMW looking to push the marque further upmarket, the combination of their bahn-storming six cylinder engine and a pretty but underpowered Coupé in its portfolio, it was almost inevitable that the two would get together. The resulting E9...