Anglia Car Auctions’ second classic sale of the year takes place on April 2–3, with a superb mix of everyman and prestige vehicles set to cross the block in King’s Lynn

For the second consecutive sale the venue will be open for public attendance, but remote bidding options remain, and the action will be streamed live on YouTube. Viewing is also available on the Thursday and Friday beforehand.

The sale features several low-mileage entries, especially from the 1990s. The stand-out is arguably a 1998 Peugeot 106 GTI showing just 15,285 miles from new and estimated at £11,500-£13,500, but you’ll also find a 9500-mile Vauxhall Tigra 1.4 and a 1995 Volkswagen Corrado VR6 showing a mere 41,871 miles.

More unusual is a 4415-mile 1990 Nissan New Cabstar Pick-up, while a sub-30k-mile 2001 BMW E46 330Ci SE Auto, a 1997 Jaguar XJ Sport 3.2-litre V8 showing 39,461 miles and a 2003 Bentley Arnage T that’s covered only 29k serve to up the prestige factor.

Sticking with premium brands, ACA’s sales typically feature a wide range of Mercedes, and this one is no exception with 13 examples in the catalogue at the time of writing. This time the selection is at the more affordable end of the scale, ranging from a no-reserve W124 Cabriolet through to a 1996 G-Wagen expected to sell for £20,000-£25,000.

Going one better is the selection of Jaguars, with a minimum of 14 cars set to be entered including a 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation and three RHD E-Types. A dozen BMWs also feature, as do six Bentleys, four Rolls-Royces – one a pink Silver Shadow – plus two Alvis TD21s and a sole Lagonda in the shape of a 1937 LG45 Saloon.

Rare former street furniture is also involved, with examples including a 1983 Audi 100 CS from which all proceeds will go to charity, a 1992 Citroën XM, a 1999 Fiat Punto, two Seicentos, a 1990 Ford Fiesta 1.0 Bonus, a 1981 Mazda 323 1.5 Auto, a VW Passat of the same vintage and a 1996 Reliant Robin LX. Many of these are offered without reserve, and the same goes for a 1991 Nissan Figaro, a 1996 Land Rover Discovery TDi, a 1983 Ford Sierra XR4i project and a 1981 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV6. The oldest two vehicles in the sale, a pair of Morris Cowleys from 1924 and 1925, are also offered with no reserve.

Of course, there are plenty of traditional classics too. No fewer than 12 MGs were listed at the time of writing, as well as a quartet of Triumphs and a wide selection of Minis and Morris Minors. The old Ford quota, meanwhile, includes a very early Mk1 Capri 1600 GT project from 1969.

With 250-300 lots of memorabilia also included, there’s something for all tastes and budgets. See the full catalogue here.