Anglia Car Auctions continues to offer sales packed with a wide variety on enticing lots, with the two-day April sale a case in point

Anglia Car Auctions’ selection of entries for its next sale spans 90 years and there’s something to suit all tastes and budgets. Enthusiast cars of the 1990s are in plentiful supply, including a 1991 Rover 216 GTI that presents extremely well and is temptingly offered without reserve, a 1999 Alfa Romeo 145 in top-spec 2.0-litre Cloverleaf guise that’s estimated at £3000–5000, and a muscular BMW Z3 2.8 with a rare manual gearbox, which is guided at £7000–9000. Fast Ford fans will be tempted by a 1991 Sierra Sapphire Cosworth 4×4 with its £25,000–28,000 guide, while a 1996 Mitsubishi 3000GT offers an even rarer turbocharged four-wheel drive choice and carries a £13,000–16,000 estimate. Another Japanese offering is a 1999 Honda Civic VTi-S Jordan; the rare limited edition hot hatch would be enticing enough on account of its excellent unmodified condition, but it also comes with an equally yellow CB600 Hornet motorcycle in equally tidy condition. The £8000–10,000 guide price therefore looks like great value.

Fancy some ’60s motoring? A 1961 Triumph Herald 1200 saloon has been owned by the vendor for 18 years and has just 43,000 miles on the odometer, earning it a £3000–5000 guide. Meanwhile, a 1965 Austin-Healey Sprite could be a bargain with its £3500–4500 estimate, much like a 1967 Jaguar S-Type 3.4 that’s estimated at £7000–9000. Tastefully modified and uprated, it offers the Mk2 experience in an updated, far more affordable package. If even that’s not sporting enough, there are two 1968 Ford Mustangs on offer – the first a 4.7-litre V8 Convertible, the second a 5.0-litre V8 Auto Coupe, both are guided at £18,000–20,000. Rarer than either, however, is the 1967 Fiat 1100R Familiale, which began life in an Italian vineyard before being imported in 2019. Delightful in Pavone (peacock) Blue, the £9000-£11,000 estimate is more than deserved.

There are sports cars for all tastes too, with a 1998 TVR Chimaera 450 guided at £9000–11,000, a very tidy 1980 Triumph TR7 Convertible carrying a £4000–6000 estimate, a 2004 MGTF 160 with just 1200 miles on the clock offered with no reserve, and a rare 2006 Mazda RX-8 Prodrive PZ (complete with recent compression check) estimated at just £2000–3000. If you fancy earning some cash as a taxi driver, there’s even a 2004 LTI TX2 black cab, just run-in with 221,000 miles and offered with no reserve…

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