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Veteran, Vintage & Classic Motors at Charterhouse Auction

    Vehicles 1905 to 2007 are in the Charterhouse classic & vintage car auction at the Haynes Motor Museum on Thursday 27th June.

    “There is something for every car collector, whether a prestige marque like a Lagonda or a daily driver like a Mini,” commented Richard Bromell. “With vehicles being sold without reserve to a 1944 Scammell lorry with a showman’s living wagon estimated at £140,000 there is also something for all budgets.”

    Lot 71, 1944 Scammell lorry and showman’s living wagon £140,000-160,000

    Lot 20, 1927 Darracq tourer being sold without reserve

    The eldest car is a 1905 De Dion-Bouton and the latest a 2007 Jaguar XKR coupe. With convertibles, saloon, estate, coupe, 4×4, camper and tourers in all shapes and sizes, some needing restoration and some on the button, there are over 60 vehicles to choose from.

    Viewing for the auction is at the Haynes Motor Museum Thursday  27th June from 9am with the sale starting at 1pm. All the lots and live internet bidding is available on

    Lot 37, 2007 Jaguar XKR coupe £20,000-25,000

    Lot 52, 1905 De Dion-Bouton £22,000-25,000

    Charterhouse is now accepting further entries for their busy programme of specialist auctions including pictures, books and decorative arts in July followed by silver, jewellery and watches in August.

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