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Lot 101 - 1969 Land Rover Series IIA 88"

Estimate: No Reserve
The Series II Land Rover replaced Series I production in 1958, initially sporting the original two litre engine from the series I. Once supply ran dry, the 2286cc... 
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Lot 102 - 1968 Jaguar Mk.II Saloon (2.4 litre)

Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000
The lineage of the Mk. II can be directly traced back to its predecessor, the 2.4 saloon, or Mk. I as it would be retrospectively known in later years. This sporting... 
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£1,960

Lot 103 - 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190 Ponton

Estimate: No Reserve
The 180-190 and 220-220 S 'Ponton' models looked very similar in appearance from the windscreen back to the six-cylinder somewhat longer 220s-220 S-220 SE models.... 
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£840

Lot 104 - 1997 Daimler V8

Estimate: No Reserve
The Jaguar XJ (X308) is an evolution of the outgoing X300 platform; the exterior styling is nearly identical between the two generations with the major change the... 
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Lot 105 - 1997 Rover Mini Cooper

Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000
John Cooper was well known for his involvement, with his father Charles, in developing the post-war rear engine single seater 500cc race cars that ran amok and beat... 
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Lot 106 - 1998 Mercedes-Benz C 43 AMG

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000
The C 43 AMG was launched in 1997 and it followed on from the straight-six C 36 AMG. That first AMG W202, C-Class was good enough with its 280hp straight-six; but its... 
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£4,480

Lot 107 - 1967 Fiat Nuova 500 F Berlina

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000
The Nuova 500 was designed by Dante Giacosa, who was also responsible for its predecessor, the Cinquecento or Topolino (little mouse) as the public immediately... 
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£8,400

Lot 108 - 2005 Fiat Barchetta 16v

Estimate: £6,000 - £9,000
Fiat's Barchetta (Italian for 'little boat') was developed between 1990-94 under project name 'Tipo B Spider 176' culminating in a two door roadster with deft and... 
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£6,720

Lot 109 - 2003 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet (1.6 litre)

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000
The classic Volkswagen Beetle is probably one of the most recognised cars in the world; however, in 1994, Volkswagen produced a design to bring the Beetle into the... 
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£5,600

Lot 110 - 1934 Vauxhall 14 Light Six Saloon

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000
Vauxhall, the innovative British manufacturer that brought us such automotive gems as the 30/98, lost its independence to the mighty General Motors in 1925. However,... 
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