Tuesday October 5th
Following our record breaking auction on July 15th, we are happy to announce we will be returning to Haynes International Motor Museum in October. To include your Classic Car in this auction, contact our team for a free valuation. email@example.com
At Haynes International Motor Museum, Live and Online
Viewing Monday 4th October 9.30am – 4pm, and on the morning of the sale from 9.30 with the sale starting at 12 noon
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Barn Stored Morgan Has Just Three Wheels
A 1933 Morgan Family Super Sports has been discovered by Charterhouse Auctioneers tucked away in the corner of a Dorset barn.
“It’s the dream to make discoveries such as this.” Commented Richard Bromell. “Whilst many like to buy their classic and vintage cars on the button there are many who love and enjoy the challenge of either re-commissioning a car or embarking on a full blown restoration, especially at this time of the year with collectors looking for a winter project.”
The Morgan three wheeler comes to the Charterhouse auction from long term ownership. The owner sadly passed away although he had not seen his beloved Morgan for some time as it was parked up in one of his barns and only accessible via a small track which had been reclaimed by nature making access difficult.
The Morgan rolled off the production line in 1933 fitted with a JAP 1,200cc V twin engine to the front with two wheels and a third wheel to the back. The owner bought the Morgan over 30 years ago and during his ownership regularly used the car on Continental touring holidays and rallies with his wife as co-driver including trips to France and Spain where the car always attracted admiring glances.
In his later years, he struggled to get into the car so a family member cut pat of the steering wheel off so he could at least sit in his beloved three wheeler.
However, since he passed away his wife has not been too well. The family have taken the difficult decision to sell the Morgan three wheeler in the Charterhouse specialist auction of classic and vintage cars on 5th October at the prestigious Haynes International Motor Museum to raise funds to help pay for her care where it is estimated to sell for £20,000. Viewing for the auction at Haynes is on Monday 4th October.
Charterhouse are now accepting further entries for this auction of classic and vintage cars at the Haynes International Motor Museum on Tuesday 5th October and for their specialist auction of classic and vintage motorcycles on Thursday 15th October, also at Haynes.
Richard Bromell and the team at Charterhouse can be contacted for advice and valuations or to arrange a free home visit at The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277 firstname.lastname@example.org or via www.charterhouse-auction.com
Captions – Three wheels on my Morgan….. Barn stored, The path to the barn
1933 Morgan Family Super Sports three wheeler barn find estimated at £20,000 in the Charterhouse auction of classic and vintage cars at Haynes International Motor Museum on Tuesday 5th October
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 email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Charterhouse hold regular Classic & Vintage Car auctions. In this rather strange year we are holding the remainder of our auctions for 2021 online, and also in person at the beautiful Haynes International Motor Museum. You can find all our vehicle Lots on car and classic.co.uk.