Ford Fiesta XR2 MK1, Ferrari 612 Scaglietti... 149 classic cars to go under the hammer

<i>Image: Newspress</i>
<i>Image: Newspress</i>

A total of 149 stunning classics will be heading to auction on September 15 at the Warwickshire Event Centre in CCA’s penultimate sale of the year, the September Sale.

From fast Fords to fantastic Ferraris, the sale offers a huge variety of classics ranging from top of the line supercars to the hottest of hot hatches. Highlights range from a 1983 Ford Fiesta XR2 MK1 to a top of the line 2004 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti.

Marque specialists

Also on offer at the sale is a rare 1968 Jensen Interceptor MK1 Manual estimated at £40 000 (about R788 583) to £45 000 (about R887 156). One of only eight surviving manual cars, this example has been completely restored in 2012 by marque specialists and is finished in a gorgeous shade of Anthracite with a Black leather interior.

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Other British icons in the sale include no less than five Jaguar E-Types cross the auction block, with both left and right-hand drives, roadsters and coupes represented.

1968 Jensen Interceptor Mk.1

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Of particular interest is a 1970 Jaguar E-Type Series 2 FHC, finished in Signal Red with a black leather interior, with an estimate of £30 000 (about R589 929) to £35 000 (about R688 251).

A show-stopping 1962 Daimler Dart SP250 B Spec from long-term ownership with just 1 000 recorded miles since a ground-up restoration, finished in Damson with a red leather interior it’s estimated at £30 000 (about R589 929) to £35 000 (about R688 251).

Only the best on show

Variety is the spice of life they say, we bring that to the car world. The selection of cars on offer at the September Sale is truly staggering and by limiting entries to the catalogue we’ve been able to ensure only the best cars are offered.

1970 Jaguar E-Type Series II Fixed Head Coupé

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There aren’t many sales where you can walk away with a classic hot hatch or an equally exquisite Maserati and we are proud to offer such a selection," says Gary Dunne, sales manager at Classic Car Auctions.

Fast Fords have a strong presence in the sale, highlighted by a 1983 Ford Fiesta XR2 MK1 estimated at £13 000 (about R255 699) to £16 000 (about R314 688). Finished in Caspian Blue with the iconic XR2 graphics, along with a Grey Cloth interior, this Fiesta has covered just 52 000 miles (83 685km).

The most sought after

A 1990 Ford Escort RS Cosworth in the sale estimated at £38 000 (about R747 182) to £42 000 (about R826 838) has covered just 22 538 (36 271km) miles under two owners. Finished in Ash Black with a grey cloth interior, the Cossie provides a real opportunity for buyers as one of the most highly sought after fast Fords on the market.

1987 Ford Capri 280 'Brooklands'

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Another low mileage Ford in the sale is a 1987 Ford Capri 280 Brooklands with an astonishingly low mileage of just 15 185 miles (24 437km). One of only 1 038 cars built, this Capri is beautifully finished in Brooklands Green Metallic with a Raven Black leather interior piped in red.

Presenting in phenomenal condition this Capri is truly one of the best cars on the market currently.

Bringing the Italian exotica to the auction is a 2004 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti finished in a subtle shade of Nero with a gorgeous tan leather interior.

1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1

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With just 38 000 miles (61 155km) this fabulous, four-seater Ferrari has just had a full wheel refurbishment and is estimated at £42 000 (about R823 593) to £50 000 (about R980 549). At the other end of the scale, a little 1969 Fiat 500 F will be offered with an estimate of £9 000 (R176 482) to £11 000 (R215 700).

This rare UK supplied right-hand drive model has covered less than 1 000 miles since a ground-up restoration in 2011. A 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1 on offer is sure to attract rally fans. Estimated at £30 000 (about R589 929) to £35 000 (about R688 251), the Integrale is finished in a perfect combination of Monza Red with a Black perforated leather interior.

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