Lots 391 and 393
Lot 391, A 1946 Jaguar MK IV outdoor saloon with sliding roof, wire wheels and a 3.5 litre engine, opens the evening session, 24 April. Boasting over 70 years of racing success, Jaguar has flown the flag for Britain in International Motor Sport. A successor to the SS, Jaguar 100 brought affordable performance motoring, if not to the masses then to the real enthusiasts, and went a long way towards establishing Jaguar’s genuine sporting credentials. This fully restored classic, est R240 000 - R280 000, complete with factory fitted sun-roof, is a must have for any museum or collector.
The Bentley Turbo R luxury sedan has acquired an eager following of Bentley Lovers. The car’s conservative styling did little to belie its massive performance, where acceleration left no doubt as to its awesome ability. From the outset, these Bentleys were never going to be anything other than exclusive, cocooning driver and passengers in luxury Connolly leather club-style seating. Lot 393, a 1993 model, est R450 000 - R480 000, is in excellent condition.
Lots 394 and 392
Austin Healy cars earned an enviable name for their success in both racing and rallying. Lot 394, a 1958 100/6 BN-4, est R320 000 – R350 000, is a fine example of a vehicle notable for durability and power. The well known 3 litre was originally supplied with extra rear seating to accommodate a sporting family Sunday drive.
Lot 392, a Ferrari Memorabilia Collection, est R25 000 – R28 000, offers an excellent opportunity for collectors of the legendary brand. Included, is a Ferrari banner; a larger out-of print poster of Ferrari cars; numerous Ferrari books, brochures and pictures; a small Dino tin gas pump; a Momo Volante F1 Ferarri steering whhel, no 88/14; a labelled bottle of Champagne and a Ceramic Bottle model of a 246 Dino (Qty).