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When it comes to Classic Cars it can be a struggle to find a buyer, rare cars often mean smaller markets, which makes things difficult when you come to try and target that market. That's where we come in. If you have a classic that you want rid of, we would be more than happy to offer you a no obligation valuation. Once a price is agreed we will make an instant secure payment to you and send someone out to collect your car. We're interested in all Makes: Classic Abarth, Classic AC, Classic Alfa Romeo, Classic Alvis, Classic Aston Martin, Classic Aston Martin, Classic Audi, Classic Austin, Classic Austin Healey, Classic Bedford, Classic Jaguar
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88% of all purchases are collected within 5 working days.
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Classic Cars invade Newcastle streets for classic car show You could have been tricked into thinking you were back in time if you were walking the streets of Newcastle this Sunday. Hundreds of cars from as far back as the 1930s made their way to the Whitley Bay Classic Car Show. It is the third time Whitley Bay[…]
But was this Classic Ford in a barn? Dreaming of picking up a classic Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, but can’t afford the lofty price? Early models are selling for well over $200,000 these days, but this one is expected to go for far less. This Shelby-tuned Mustang fastback was originally used for demonstration and competition, logging[…]
Stratstone has come forward as the owner of one of the famous 2015 Jaguar Lightweight E-Types that was until this announcement part of the illusive ‘Missing Six’. It was originally built way back in the spring of 1963, and it was only one of eighteen to be built. As if it being one of 18[…]
If you have a Barn, go and look inside of it as you never know what you might find! It seems like every couple of weeks we stumble across a story of some american stumbling across a timeless classic they forgot they bought and left in a barn. The latest is an early model classic[…]
A Jaguar C-Type from the 1953 L Mans 24 hour was estimated to sell at just under £4 million at Bonhamns Les Grandes Marques auction in Monaco. As if the late end of 3 million wasn’t enough the, Jaguar eventually sold for £5,706,017! Almost a whole £2 million extra on what it was expected to[…]