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Maserati 3500 GT sells for £117,600 at Anglia Car Auctions

Published 16 June 2015

A 1962 Maserati 3500 GT sold for or £117,600 at auction this weekend - more than three times its highest estimate.

The car, which went under the hammer on Saturday, 13 June, at Anglia Car Auctions also set a new record for the King’s Lynn-based firm.

With 263 classic vehicles on offer, the matching numbers exhumed Maserati was just one of 190 lots sold.

Other estimate busters included a genuine 59,000 miles 1987 Ford Sierra RS Cosworth barn find, with an estimate of £15-20,000. The hammer eventually went down at £47,250, including premium.

Ford Sierra Cosworth

1987 Ford Sierra RS Cosworth barn findsold for £47,250

A two-owner 1967 250 selling at the higher end of its estimate at £81,900 including premium, while a 1957 190SL rested at the lower end, selling at £61,950 plus premium.

The limited edition BMW E30 M3 Europameister sold at £38,850, with all but one of the dozen BMWs on offer also finding new homes.

With its biggest-ever Capri offering, auction house saw the last off the line 280 Brooklands sell for £14,910 including premium.

Anglia Car Auctions’ next classic car sale takes place on Saturday, 22 August. Entries are now invited. The full sale results can be viewed at

Proprietor Lyn George said said it was a great auction with a diverse catalogue. She added, We still have some outstanding provisional bids, which we feel confident will take the final figure to over £2,000,000.’



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