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Wednesday July 6th

At Haynes International Motor Museum, Live and Online

Viewing Tuesday 5th 10.00am – 5.00pm, and on the 6th from 10.00am, with the auction starting at 12 noon

Catalogue available from two weeks before the auction – consignments now being accepted.

*Terms and conditions of  sale

Next Auction Highlights

It’s 1968 again at Charterhouse

Two classic sports cars, a Volvo and a Triumph both from 1968, are set to go head to head against each other at the Charterhouse classic car auction on 6th July at Haynes.

“Whilst I admit to being around in 1968 I was just a toddler but today have a great love for cars and bikes from the late 1960’s.” Commented Richard Bromell.

Both 1968 cars come to Charterhouse with long term ownership.

The Volvo P1800S has been in the same family from new. Having had some £15,000 spent on restoration this sporty Volvo is estimated at £20,000-25,000.

The Triumph TR5 PI comes to auction from its second owner. He bought it in 1971 and the car has only covered just over 56,000 miles from new and is estimated at £36,000-38,000.

Charterhouse are now taking further entries for this classic car auction on 6th July and their classic motorcycle auction on 29th June with both auctions being held at the prestigious Haynes International Motor Museum at Sparkford.

Richard Bromell and the team at Charterhouse can be contacted for valuations at The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277 or

1968 Volvo P1800S £20,000-25,000

1968 Triumph TR5 PI £36,000-38,000

Richard Bromell is the head of our Classic Car Department.

Richard is the head of our Classic Car Department. He organises these immensely popular and successful sales. Top price so far is £150,000 for a 1966 Aston Martin DB6 Vantage. Please contact Richard at the salerooms if you would like more information on including items in one of our vehicle auctions on 01935 812277 or email us at or

Charterhouse hold regular Classic & Vintage Car auctions. For the last 20 years our auctions have been online and in person (unless prevented by the pesky pandemic).  You are welcome to come and view each auction at the beautiful  Haynes International Motor Museum.  You can find all our vehicle lots on car and