Charterhouse Auctioneers are pleased to offer this vehicle in their next Classic Car auction on Sunday 21st July 2019 in conjunction with the Classic & Supercars Show at Sherborne Castle, Sherborne, Dorset DT9 5NR.
The auction will start at 1.00 pm with viewing from 9.30 am on the morning of the sale. Entry by catalogue only.
Lot 17 - A 1933 Austin 7 box saloon, registration number WV 4333, chassis number B8-8397, engine number 184791, maroon over black. This charming box saloon has continuous owner history from new. In fact the Austin remained in Wiltshire around the Chippenham area until purchased by our vendor a Dorset based Austin 7 enthusiast. The car was originally supplied by Fore Street Garage, Trowbridge, Wiltshire to the first owner a Mr K Preeze and there have been six further custodians prior to our vendor. The 7 was restored by the well-respected Austin 7 specialist Austineers of Bradford-on-Avon for a previous owner a Professor Ron George approximately ten years ago and still presents well today. The 7 has had several recorded colour changes over the years, starting originally in grey, then green and black, blue and black and is now finished in maroon over black with a blue interior and black wire wheels. The impressive history file is fascinating containing newspaper articles featuring the car, no fewer than four RF60s showing its owner history, numerous receipts, photographs of previous owners with the car, previous tax discs and MOTs. Now reluctantly for sale due to a change in circumstances this box saloon is ready to be enjoyed. V5C, MOT and tax exempt
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£8000-9000 + 13.2% buyer’s premium, with a minimum buyer’s premium of £96 (including 20% VAT)
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