We look ahead to Anglia Car Auctions’ second sale of 2018, which takes place on April 14 and already has a huge selection of cars being offered. At the time of writing, more than 150 lots were already listed on the website, with cars coming in from various collections to be sold. More will be added right up until the date of the sale.

The team are pleased to be offering 12 cars from a private collection based in Northamptonshire. Most are said to be very low mileage and all are to be offered without reserve, according to the auction house. As a result, there could be room to pick up a real bargain.

Some of Anglia’s regular clients may remember that the auction house offered 20 vehicles from the same collection back in early 2016. If you’re one of those that remembers the initial sale, the second batch are said to all be in similarly excellent condition throughout.

The team is also pleased to offer a selection of vehicles from a prominent West Yorkshire based collection. The cars will be offered over the next three auctions with the first batch to be offered on April 14. This includes a 1937 Lagonda LG45 Saloon De Ville pictured below.

For more information on the cars available, visit Anglia Car Auctions or call 01553 771881.

1937 Lagonda LG45 Saloon De Ville

Offered as one of the cars from the Dales Collection, this 1937 Lagonda is thought to have been untouched since 1955 when the windscreen was removed for repair. At the time of writing, its estimate was yet to be announced.

1983 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible LHD

This Corniche made its way over to Belgium in 2017 from the USA where it had been since 1983. Arriving with its full service book and all documents, the car will need a UK registration. It’s estimated to fetch between £33,000 and £35,000.

1988 Lister Jaguar XJS 6.0 manual

Built by Pearce-Lister (WP Automotive) from a factory fresh car in 1988, this one owner car has recently come out of dry storage where it’d been since 2004. Although in need of some cosmetic refreshment, it’s estimated to fetch between £26,000 and £32,000.

1971 Hillman Imp Super

MoTs dating back to 2005 state that this Imp has moved just 1200 miles in twelve years. It’s expected to fetch between £3000 and £4000.

Austin Healey Sprite Mk1 LHD

Arriving back to the UK in 2017 after being exported to the USA in the ’60s, this Austin is looking for someone to take it on as a project after its owner sadly passed away; it’s being offered for auction by his wife and is estimated to fetch between £4000 and £6000.

1962 Riley Elf MkII

This 1962 Riley Elf MkII comes with its original handbook, MoTs dating back to 1996 and mileage recorded at 50,000. It’s estimated to fetch between £4000 and £5000.

1973 Triumph GT6

The poor man’s E-Type? It’s got the looks, good performance and has recently been overhauled. This GT6 is expected to fetch between £6500 and £7000.

1992 Mercedes-Benz 190E Auto

Fancy a cheap run about? With an MoT until November 2018, this 190E is ready to drive away, with an estimate between £1500 and £2500.