Jaguars from seven decades auction at Sandown Park
A very rare 1933 SS1 Coupe and an historic Vicarage E-type be among these rolling works of art
Sandown Park, UK, is the place to be for Jaguar enthusiasts next Tuesday, April 27, when Barons auctions a fantastic selection of Jaguars spanning seven decades.
Highlights of the annual Jaguar Heritage sale will include a very rare 1933 SS1 Coupe, two beautiful 1948 Saloons (1.5 and 3.5), a Vicarage E-type, and a former Jaguar press car S3 E-type.
Also rolling under the hammer are some truly superb XK150s and a "barn find" XK140.
With some 50 cars, and automobilia including three highly appropriate registration numbers (including ET 38) and even a Black Cat mascot reputed to have been the paperweight of Sir William "Mr Jaguar" Lyons, the sale promises something for collectors and investors of all tastes and budgets.
Top Five Related Articles...
· £100,500 Jaguar Drophead Coupé stars at Bonhams | 21 April 2010
This historic 1938 SS Jag' auctioned alongside Ferris Bueller's famous Ferrari in Hendon, UK
· Rare 1961 Jaguar E-Type could sell for £135,000 | 16 April 2010
With E-Type Jaguar prices on the rise, now could be an ideal time to invest in one of these classic sportscars
· £25k Chevy burns rubber at Barons | 29 March 2010
This immaculate 1951 Chevrolet Styleline DeLuxe BelAir made its mark at a UK auction, last week
· Le Mans' Austin Healey sells for £39k | 16 February 2010
Once just a rolling shell and box of parts, loving restoration brought this car back to its former glory
· £48k Le Mans spec' Austin Healey ready for pole position | 21 January 2010
Completely rebuilt over 10 years from a rolling shell, this classic will take pride of place at Barons