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Top 10: Stondon Museum auction lots

The final collection of vehicles from the recently closed Stondon Motor Museum goes under the hammer on Wednesday, July 10th, at Brightwells of Herefordshire. And with every vehicle being offered for sale with no reserve, there are more than 130 chances to grab a potential bargain.

It’s not often that a no-reserve classic vehicle auction is held, and a large turnout is expected at this one. Not every vehicle is immaculate (that was part of the charm of the museum), and all have been off the road for many years; but there are still some seriously tempting lots here. To find out more and to see what else is available, go to www.brightwells.com. 

By Paul Guinness, Contributor

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1977 Rolls-Royce Camargue

There’s a trio of ex-Stondon Rolls-Royces going under the hammer at Brightwells, but this is by far the rarest – and the quirkiest. Launched in 1975 and produced for a decade, the two-door Camargue sold only in small numbers (531 in all) and was always a controversial model among traditionalists. This example has covered less than 55,000 miles from new and has been off the road since the late ’90s, although apparently kept in running order since then.

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