American classics head to London for Classic Car Auctions first sale outside of the Midlands
- 1966 Ford Galaxie Convertible
- 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray T-top C3 (454 big-block)
- 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback GT
- 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door ‘Sport Sedan’
There are less than two weeks to go until Classic Car Auctions close their next catalogue with some significant examples of American classics going under the hammer at The London Classic Car Show.
To submit your entry today, the auction house are offering a one-off opportunity to sell your car with a sellers commission of just 2.5% — visit their website now.
Finished in a beautiful Gloss Black with the top half wrapped in Red is this 1966 Ford Galaxie Convertible. This is a simply fabulous example of the 1966 390ci Galaxie, which has been fully restored over 25 years with all mechanical parts replaced, reconditioned, or upgraded. With a striking new interior, the vendor has spent over £25,000 on this example and Classic Car Auctions have sensibly guided this car at £18,000 — £22,000.
Another car included within their sale is 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray T-top C3 (454 big-block). With over £60,000 of restoration over a period of around ten years, this superbly restored ‘big block’ has only three keepers within the last 25 years and has been cherished by their vendor since 2010! This fabulous 3rd-generation Stingray is finished in gleaming Bridgehampton Blue with distinctive chromed side-exit exhausts and is now extremely desirable. Estimated at: £28,000 — £32,000.
Gary Dunne, CCA’s Sales Manager commented “We are absolutely delighted with our growing lot list that we have consigned for our first sale outside of the Midlands with more going live day by day. This is our first auction in 18 months which bidders can attend in person and we can’t wait to safely welcome everyone back”.
Classic Car Auctions are also offering this superbly presented, 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback GT. With matching numbers, this Passion Red 1968 Fastback is optioned from new with the ‘GT Equipment Package’. With the paintwork refreshed by their vendor last year, the car has been fully detailed and is looking simply spectacular. The auction house are offering this exceptional car for £40,000 — £50,000.
The last of four cars to be previewed from the catalogue is this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door ‘Sport Sedan’. This is the most sought-after US classic car in the world and will be going under the hammer at The London Classic Car Show, Friday 25th — Sunday 27th June. Finished in a striking Tropical Turquoise and India Ivory — this is a colour scheme that’s edging on the iconic. With a fabulous matching interior, the Bel Air, 4-door is 4.3-litre topped with a chrome Edelbrock filter. Estimated at £18,000 — £22,000.
To submit your entry before Classic Car Auctions close their catalogue on 11th June, talk to classic car specialist about your car and contact the team on 01926 640888 or complete their Value My Classic form here.