► CCA’s second online-only sale continues growing trend
► 250 cars to be sold over the September weekend
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CCA‘s next online classic car auction follows hot on the heels of its June Live Online Auction, which achieved a 90% sale-through rate, and confirms the view that classic car buyers are increasingly feeling confident buying online. It’s a big one, too, with up to 250 cars set go under the hammer.
Of the lots confirmed, there are a selection of European classics including a 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE Coupe (above) which is offered from long term ownership of 28 years by recording artist Hugh Cornwell. This example was subject to a restoration in 2002 and is estimated at £60,000–70,000.
Moving onto two Italian classics that will form part of the auction, the first being a 1990 Ferrari 348tb (above). This is one of just 130 right-hand drive, manual gearbox examples of the third generation V8 to reach the UK, it has covered less than 44,000 miles and is estimated at £40,000–50,000.
Then there’s an original 1964 Fiat Abarth 595 (below) which was imported from Italy and registered in the UK at the start of 2004. Finished in Bianco, it features original Abarth wheels, original engine components as well as the original steering wheel. It is complete with its Italian number plates and a letter from the Automobile Club D’Italia confirming its Abarth status. Estimate is £25,000–30,000.
Gary Dunne, CCA’s Sales Manager, said: ‘The team have been busy behind the scenes and we already have a significant number of classics confirmed for our next live online auction. This will be our biggest sale of the year and as such we are anticipating offering approximately 250 classics over two days – what we are referring to as the September spectacular!.’
The Classic Car Auctions team is still consigning and you can call + 44 (0)1926 640888 or email email@example.com.