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Here you’ll find all the latest classic car auctions. From previews, reviews to general classic car auction news, we’ve got you covered.

  • 7000 MILE FORD FIESTA TO BE AUCTIONED

    7000 MILE FORD FIESTA TO BE AUCTIONED

    Matt Bell on 19th August 2020

    Morris Leslie will host its first classic car sale since February on August 22, with almost 100 lots already consigned at the time of writing, including a humble 7000 mile Ford Fiesta.

  • CHARTERHOUSE JULY 2020 SALE REVIEW

    CHARTERHOUSE JULY 2020 SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 17th August 2020

    The Charterhouse July 2020 sale, which took place online, saw an eclectic mix of British cars sold, showcasing the ongoing appeal for British classics.

  • RECORD BREAKING TRIUMPH TR6?

    RECORD BREAKING TRIUMPH TR6?

    Matt Bell on 5th August 2020

    A stunning Triumph TR6 has set what is believed to be a record price for the model. The painstakingly restored and upgraded 1972 example was sold for £57,732 during Historics 10th Anniversary auction at Windsorview Lakes on July 18, soaring well above its £28,000-£35,000 pre-sale estimate.

  • H&H JUNE 2020 SALE REVIEW

    H&H JUNE 2020 SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 9th July 2020

    We tuned in for the H&H June 2020 sale to check out first hand how post-lockdown demand has driven sales. We list some of our favourites from the sale. 

  • RM SOTHEBY’S JUNE 2020 SALE REVIEW

    RM SOTHEBY’S JUNE 2020 SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 3rd July 2020

    With auctions by and large moving to an online platform, we tuned in for RM Sotheby's June 2020 sale to see how sales were affected by the coronavirus. 

  • SWVA AUCTIONS TO RESTART

    SWVA AUCTIONS TO RESTART

    Matt Bell on 25th May 2020

    SWVA auctions in Poole has reopened after bring closed since March. Its April classic auction had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 situation, but will now be combined with the sale previously scheduled for July, which has been brought forward to June 26.

  • H&H APRIL ONLINE AUCTION REVIEW

    H&H APRIL ONLINE AUCTION REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 12th May 2020

    As we’ve said before, it takes a lot to dampen the enthusiasm of the classic car scene and even a global pandemic has failed to stop the classic car auction world entirely in its tracks. Since lockdown began, many of the major auction houses have concentrated their efforts on hosting sales online and H&H was one of the first to offer online-only sales.

  • THE MARKET ENJOYS RECORD SUCCESS

    THE MARKET ENJOYS RECORD SUCCESS

    Matt Bell on 4th May 2020

    Online classic car auctioneer, The Market, is continuing operate despite having to close its premises to the public. The company not only enjoyed its most successful month to date in March, but also saw a 50 per cent increase in traffic for its online auction platform and app as restrictions began to bite.

  • AUCTION HOUSES FIND A WAY

    AUCTION HOUSES FIND A WAY

    Matt Bell on 21st April 2020

    The UK’s classic auction houses are adopting a variety of approaches to satisfy their customers during these troubled times, whether it’s telephone bids, online-only sales, timed auctions, sealed bids or even rescheduling.

  • H&H MARCH 2020 SALE REVIEW

    H&H MARCH 2020 SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 8th April 2020

    H&H really showed its resilience in ensuring its March 18 sale could go ahead. It had no control in its planned venue, the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, being closed to the public the afternoon before the sale in response to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

  • BRIGHTWELLS MARCH 2020 SALE REVIEW

    BRIGHTWELLS MARCH 2020 SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 30th March 2020

    The Brightwells March 2020 sale marked its first classic auction of the year and took place with a busy catalogue of entries at its Leominster head office on March 4.

  • HJ PUGH SALE OFFERS RARE VARIETY

    HJ PUGH SALE OFFERS RARE VARIETY

    Jeff Ruggles on 25th March 2020

    The Worcestershire sale held by HJ Pugh on March 7 may have lacked the parade of polished and cherished classics we’re used to seeing cross the block in our regular auction reports, but despite (or perhaps because of) this, the event was truly fascinating.

  • MATHEWSONS FEBRUARY 2020 SALE REVIEW

    MATHEWSONS FEBRUARY 2020 SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 6th March 2020

    We bring you the roundup from Mathewsons February 2020 sale as around 200 classics were up for sale, iwth a focus on the 1950s to 1970s.