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103 classic cars for auction at CCA sale

Published 03 December 2015

A total of 103 cars will be go under the hammer at Classic Car Auctions’ final sale of the year, including a Ford Mustang owned by British actor Charles Dance. The restored 1967 Mustang convertible could fetch up to £30,000 at the sale, which takes place at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre just outside Leamington Spa on 5 December.

A 2007 Range Rover Sport, exclusively designed and first owned by David Beckham, is estimated at between £23,000 and £25,000. With every optional extra conceivable included, there is also a plaque bearing the moniker 'Designed for David Beckham', as well as the Beckham name embroidered into the floor mats.

For Ferrari fans there is a manual 1995 Ferrari 348 Spider, with just 34,285kms on the clock. It's estimated at between £40,000 and £45,000. This pampered example is one of only 1,090 348 Spiders produced and is presented in the superb colour combination of Rosso Corsa with a Nero leather interior.

A very rare 1978 Saab 96L Souvenir V4, the very last made for the UK market, will be going under the hammer with an estimate of between £15,000 and £20,000. This important Saab has covered a mere 3,010 miles from new in total.

Saab 96L V4

Other low-mileage classics joining the Saab at the auction include a barn find 1980 MGB, with one registered keeper and showing 181 miles from new offered at no reserve. Also offered is an original 1977 Mini Clubman that has covered 8703 miles. Originally sold on 14 October, 1977, the car was resold on 28 April, 1978, to a friend of the original owner. Garaged in 1985 when she stopped driving, the car was put away and never used again. It’s now going under the hammer with an estimate of between £7000 and £9000.

You can view the full list of cars on offer or find out more about CCA’s Christmas Sale here http://www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/cca-december-2015-classic-car-sale/view_lots/pn/all

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