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Spring Classics

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Royal Horticultural Society, Lindley Hall, London, United Kingdom

Date 10 Mar 2015
Time 7:00pm
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RESULTS NOW PUBLISHED

Results Now Published

Coys third auction of 2015, and our first central London sale of the year, was a well-received success by all aspects of the historic car fraternity worldwide.

Motor cars were selling visibly well and across the globe. Chris Routledge, one of our auctioneering partners, commented that our auction specialists worked closely with our sellers to ensure that cars were offered with sensible reserves appropriate to the market of 2015, and the sellers were all delighted with the results, which bear out the straightforward process of a sensible reserve price will equal to a sold historic motor car!

Spring Classics 2015 RESULTS

1934 Singer Le Mans

££33,040

Founded in 1905 by bicycle manufacturer George Singer, the firm made its first saleable car in Coventry the following year. By 1928 Singer had grown to become Britain's third largest car maker after Austin and Morris. Singer entered into...

1980 Aston Martin V8

£63,400

In September l967 the Aston Martin DBS V8 was announced, production commencing the following April. With its four overhead camshafts and Bosch electronic fuel injection, the 5,340cc V8 produced an impressive 320bhp at 5,000rpm and 3601b ft; the resultant...

1967 Maserati Quattroporte

Delivered to new His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan, 2 Owners from new, 1 of only 8 right hand drive examples produced, 28,300 Miles from new

£45,480

Maserati's first four door model made its debut in 1963. The new car, known as the Quattroporte - denoting four doors - had a graceful saloon body styled by Frua and was powered by a 4.1 litre V8 engine...

1971 Aston Martin DBS V8

££88,040

Aston Martin developed the DBS as an addition to their range in response to customer requests for a roomier more comfortable car, initially in tandem with their forthcoming V8 engine. However, problems with the V8 programme meant the car...

1923 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

££158,600

The Rolls-Royce 40/50 was introduced at the 1907 Olympia Motor Show where it caused a sensation. Using twin iron blocks with an alloy crankcase, the 7,036cc, six cylinder, sidevalve engine featured a seven bearing crankshaft, integral cylinder heads, roller...

1934 MG PA Tourer

££25,960

The MG M-type was produced by the MG Car company from April 1929 to 1932. It was sometimes referred to as the 8/33. Launched at the 1928 London Motor Show when the sales of the larger MG saloons were...