A popular European event, the Everyman Classics, held at Warwickshire Event Centre, will feature from American favorites, as well as others in the mix. It begins on August 3rd, and has everything from Porsche to Chevrolet to Fiat to Jaguar. One of the cars we’re interested in seeing how it performs on the British market is a 2015 Corvette C7.
Event officials offered, “If you like a bit of American muscle, a fabulous 2015 Chevrolet Corvette C7 251 Stingray could be an option. This was the first model since 1968 to bear the famous Stingray name. This car is offered in a superb specification with an additional body kit including splitter and side skirts, Magnaflow Exhaust and lowered suspension which makes this car look and sound so great. Presented in Metallic Grey, with just 15,000 miles and offered with a sensible estimate of £35,000 to £40,000 will generate lots of interest.”
The Corvette may be our main interest, but other worthy cars will be up for grabs. A 1962 Jaguar E-type Series 1 that was originally sold through a New York dealer, and spent more of its life in the United States, has returned to the UK as a left-hand drive car, with matching numbers, a Heritage and full NOVA Certificate.
Since CCA is a preferred auction house for Porsches, they usually pull in big bids. “For this auction one of the star cars has to be this superb 1988 Porsche 928 S4, designed as a luxury tourer and originally destined to replace the 911. This particular car has had just two registered owners from new and features an electric sunroof, as well as a fully documented service history across two books and the original order form. With a new cambelt and water pump recently fitted this is a really lovely S4 estimated at £28,000 to £32,000.”
Gary Dunne, Classic Car Auctions auction manager commented: “This is our second auction of the year at the Warwickshire Event Centre, a very popular venue for our clients, who consign their cars knowing they get a tremendous service and access to so many potential buyers due to its central location.”
“Our summer sales have always been well attended and these featured cars are just some of the wonderful cars we have consigned so far, with loads more already committed.”
Source: Classic Car Auctions
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