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Eighties Ferrari set to steal show at Barons' auction

Published 25 October 2014

A 1984 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole looks set to steal the show at Barons Auctions next sale at Sandown Park, Surrey, on Tuesday, October 28.

With just 48,000 miles on the clock, and an extensive history, this sleek red sportscar carries an estimate of between £75,000 and £85,000.

Also sure to grab a few headlines is a 1962 Jaguar E-type. This Series 1 roadster is finished in black with red leather interior, and carries an estimate of £67,000-£73,000. 

Another E-type, a 1969 S2 2+2, requires some recommissioning, though it did undergo a bodywork restoration in 2005 and is mechanically sound, with new steering rack and new tyres. Expect to pay around £20k for a nice winter project.

Definitely not a project is a concours-condition, one-owner from new, 1974 Jensen Interceptor III. Meticulously maintained throughout its life, it has won numerous awards, and has an estimate of £36,000-£40,000.

Jensen Interceptor

The sale also includes a very rare 1926 Renault KZ Torpedo, which was once part of the collection of the late Prince Rainier of Monaco. Its roadster body been restored while the interior is thought to be original. This slice 1920s motoring should set yoyu back £27,000-£30,000.

Other interesting entries include a 1988 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit which has covered just 25,000 miles from new, and has an estimate of £11,500-£13,000. 

For full information on all the cars in the sale, visit www.barons-auctions.com

Torpedo

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