The 22–23 June sale from Anglia Car Auctions sale proves the Norfolk-based auction house always delivers something for everyone

There are numerous examples of high-end exotics on offer in ACA’S next sale, headlined by the 1964 Aston Martin DB5, which includes Heritage Certificate to proving its matching-numbers provenance and impressive original specification. Reassuringly sporting an MoT until August, its £450,000–550,000 guide price is likely to be exceeded.

If you prefer its Jaguar E-Type rival, the gorgeous 1962 3.8 FHC could be for you, with smart chromework and a very reasonable £34,000–38,000 estimate. Few cars in the sale are as glamorous as the 1969 Mercedes W109 280SE Cabriolet, whose style and rarity makes the £55,000–75,000 guide price almost seem cheap, while the 1986 Ford Sierra Cosworth presents extremely well following a cosmetic and mechanical recommissioning, and is likely to fly past its £28,000–34,000 estimate if other auction results are anything to go by.

Fast Ford thrills are available for far less with the no-reserve 2003 Focus ST170, but it’s not the only car in the sale for those on a modest budget; the 1993 Vauxhall Calibra 2.0 looks smart on non-standard alloys and sports a tidy black leather interior, earning it a £2000–2500 estimate, while those fancying a more traditional classic should appreciate the charming 1956 Morris Minor, whose excellent condition suggests previous restoration and can be snapped up for an estimate £4500–5500.

There are MGBs on offer to suit all tastes and budgets, one highlight being a Citron Yellow 1974 GT that has had thousands spent on it in its 45-year family ownership, recently including new brakes, oil cooler, overdrive, Spax shock absorbers, front seats, tyres and electronic ignition – appearing tidy and ready to enjoy, a £2750–3750 estimate looks like a bargain. A 1975 Rubber Bumper GT, meanwhile, still presents well following a 2018 restoration and includes recent service, tyres and brakes – it looks set to fetch an estimated £2500–3500.

The sale is packed with enticing lots for modest budgets, including a 2001 Piaggio Ape that’s sure to turn heads at car shows for an estimated £4000–6000, 1993 Mercedes 190E 2.0 Auto that’s ready for daily use and carries a £3000–5000 guide, while a 2003 Mazda MX-5 Mk2 1.8 could be the perfect slice of summer fun, complete with hardtop and a tempting lack of reserve. Other highlights include a no-reserve Peugeot 504 Pickup, Bedford CA milk float and deliciously orange 1971 Hillman Imp Super.

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