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Top 10: Cars sold at Classic Car Auctions March sale

Eighty-three cars went under the hammer at the inaugural CCA sale at 3 March at the Silverstone race circuit.

The first lot, a 1951 Land Rover Series 1, was sold by Classic Car Show presenter Quentin Willson. A project vehicle with no history file, it sold for £5,035 – a good price considering the average for S1s over the past 24 months at auction is £10,600.

Below are the results for the cars we’d have been most likely to bid on. For the full results visit our sister site, classiccarprice.com

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1989 Mercedes-Benz 190E Cosworth £4346 (no reserve)

Bought new by Lord Litchfield, it was spec’d with an automatic gearbox. It had plenty of history, including 26 stamps in the service book. Recent work included a top-end rebuild with cylinder head skim, re-ground valves and new valve guides, plus a new timing chain. Competition was fierce for this car in the sale room and it eventually sold for £4346. 

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