October gales are already battering our country but there are also some exciting entries blowing in for our specialist historic vehicle auction sale on the 22nd of October. The latest arrivals include a 2009 Auto Speciali 427 Cobra Recreation with only 1600 miles covered since an engine rebuild and located in Yorkshire (so grab your bus pass and go!). Also consigned to the sale is a 1997 Honda Prelude 2.2 VTi that offers amazing value for such a usable motor car; a 1985 Mercedes-Benz 230E Auto with modest mileage – and a good example of a reliable family of saloons which are proving to be both collectable and enjoyable to drive; a 1959 Morris Minor 1000 Convertible which is a conversion carried out by The Morris Minor Centre and looks very smart with its red hood and trim, and is sensibly priced too; a 1952 Riley RMA Saloon that has been extensively and expensively restored and is gorgeous in dark British Racing Green; a well-appointed 1976 Vanden Plas 1500 that, with a little imagination whilst wafting along the country lanes this autumn, is just as good as any luxury car , and finally, over two hundred lots of interesting automobilia and memorabilia.

Whether buying, selling or simply interested in how an online auction of classic cars is presented by a well-established auction house, who specialise in nothing other than finding new homes for historic vehicles and automobilia, you will be most welcome to join us for our autumn sale. All lots are available to view by prior arrangement before the auction sale on the 22nd October. It will be possible to bid in three ways: by commission (the auctioneer will bid on your behalf up to your maximum amount stated. You may be confident that if bidding stops at a lower figure, the auctioneer will sell on your bid providing the reserve has been met); by telephone (you will be contacted by us and therefore will be able to hear the auctioneer and instruct bidding accordingly); and finally, online via Easy Live Auctions (you must register before 24 hours prior to the auction sale and this process will effectively place you in front of the auctioneer. It may seem alarming but is actually rather fascinating if not mildly addictive).

Whichever way DVCA’s clients wish to participate, the auction house will be delighted to help. Please contact Brian via all the usual ways.