Charterhouse returns to the auction hall with another sale on June 17, which brings together a huge selection of both classic bikes and cars. Of course we’re only concerned with the cars on this occasion but we’d be lying if we didn’t say we’d had a little nosey through the bike section of the catalogue too!

There’s a lovely mixture of cars on offer, with a number of restoration projects such as the 1937 Austin 12/4 below that present themselves as intriguing purchases. Big Citroëns are represented well by two B12s, one from 1924 and the other from 1962 in Torpedo/Commerciale guise.

A Dodge D200 Camper Special may intrigue the American car enthusiast but although those in the custom car scene as it looks to sell for between £8000 and £9000.

As always, we’ve selected a few of our highlights below, but for a full list of what’s on offer, the catalogue can be viewed by visiting the Charterhouse website at Charterhouse Auction or by calling 01935 812277.

1989 Porsche 944 S2
This well-equipped 1989 Porsche 944 S2 is said to be good condition, with a handful of receipts detailing recent work being carried out such as a new water pump and cambelt. It’s expected to fetch between £9000 and £11,000.

1937 Austin 12/4
In need of some TLC is this 1937 Austin 12/4. The buyer will have a big restoration project on their hands but it can be bought for a reasonable £4000-£5000.

1964 Hillman Minx MKV
A favourite of our long-standing contributor Peter Simpson is the Hillman Minx. This MkV example built in 1964 is ready to drive with an MoT until February 2019. It has a guide price of between £2000 and £3000.

Thankfully with this 1993 Range Rover Vogue SE it comes with a huge receipt folder detailing a healthy chunk of work which has been carried out over the years. The MoT is showing until January 2019 and has a guide price of between £4000 and £5000.

1963 Morris Mini Super De Luxe
This charming 1963 Morris Mini Super De Luxe features a reconditioned engine (carried out in 2005) and rebuilt gearbox. It’s estimated at between £5000 and £6000.

1982 Mercedes-Benz 230 CE Auto
Class and comfort accurately describe old Mercs and this 1982 230 CE Auto is no different. With 52,000 miles on the clock it’s barely been used over its 36-year life. It’s estimated to fetch between £12,000 and £14,000.