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Charterhouse Results 17th July 2011

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CHARTERHOUSEAuctioneers & Valuers

Auction to be held at Classics @ The Castle Car Show Sherborne Castle, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 5NR Sunday 17th July 2011 at 2.00 pm Entry by catalogue or wristband only Viewing morning of sale from 10.00 amView and Sale Day Telephone Numbers General Enquiries 07989 418801, Accounts 07977 913615, Matthew Whitney Head of Department 07756 312649 Please contact the Head Office at all other times A buyers premium of 10% (plus VAT)Special Notices Please see our terms and conditions about registration prior to sale and payment Vehicles not collected by 3.30pm on Monday 18th July will be removed to a compound at Evercreech at a cost of 50 + VAT per vehicle. Storage charges will then be levied at 10 per vehicle per day or part thereof. You are reminded of our terms and conditions of sale especially regarding insurance. Motorcycles not collected by 3.30pm on Monday 18 th July will be removed to our head office in Sherborne at a cost of 30 + VAT per motorcycle. Automobilia will also be removed to our head office for collection at no charge.

CHARTERHOUSEThe Long Street Salerooms Sherborne Dorset DT9 3BS Telephone 01935 812277 Facsimile 01935 389387 [email protected] www.charterhouse-auctions.co.uk

Motorcycles and CarsStarting at 2.00pm

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A 1972 MG B GT, registration number KJB 4L, chassis number GHD5-290028G, engine number 18V847F-H1574, teal blue. The evergreen MG B was launched in 1962 with the fast back GT version joining it in 1965. This GT has been in the current ownership for the past seven years, and during that time a detailed log of all maintenance and expenditure has been kept. The coachwork is finished in teal blue and the front seats are faced in black leather. The engine has been converted to run on unleaded petrol. The four speed gearbox is fitted with overdrive on third and fourth gears and the current owner has fitted optional extras, comprising rear fog lamps, twin air horns and rear seat belts to aid safety. During the present ownership the car has taken part in many classic car tours, shows and events and has proved very reliable. Reluctantly, the car is only for sale due to the owners recent ill health and must be sold. V5C, ***MOT to May 2012 (not May 2011)***, taxed to September 2011 See illustration Sold for 1600 A 1983 Land Rover Series III SWB, registration number DHP 485Y, chassis number SALLBAA11AA184572, engine number 36127106. The ever popular Landie has gone through several mechanical and cosmetic changes throughout its production run, but has always been a rugged and purposeful off-road vehicle, which is recognised worldwide. The Series III version was launched in 1971, in both long (109 inch chassis) and short (88 inch chassis) wheel base forms, with either two or four door body styles, and remained in production until 1985, when the new 90 took over the reins. This 21/4 litre petrol engined Landie has recently benefited from some mechanical overhauling, including a partial engine rebuild with reconditioned cylinder head, one new piston and ring, and a full service. The interior is fitted with grey cloth seats from Exmoor Trim, which are much more comfortable than the standard items. There are free-wheel front hubs (which aid economy and wear) and a tow bar and electrics fitted for towing duties. Accompanying the car is a large history file with service and maintenance receipts and old MOTs. The vendor informs us that the Land Rover is running well and is only for sale so he can concentrate his efforts on his Series I project. V5C, MOT to October 2011, taxed to September 2011 See illustration Sold for 1350 A 1934 Excelsior motorcycle. This recently restored bike is unregistered and has no accompanying paperwork See illustration Sold for 1150 A 1991 Range Rover Vogue 3.9 Efi four door, registration number J593 RTA, chassis number SALLHAMM3HA477894, engine number 36D09007A, metallic bronze. The classic Range Rover was launched in 1970 and evolved into the four door version in 1981. The specifications have got more luxurious as the years have progressed and this four door is no exception. This example has a cloth interior, wood door cappings, electric windows and door mirrors, power assisted steering and original three spoke alloy wheels. The current owner informs us that the car drives very well and has covered limited miles in the last nine years. V5C, MOT to February 2012, no current tax See illustration Sold for 820

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A Francis Barnett Cruiser motorcycle, green, fitted a Villiers 2 stroke engine, no documents and will require an application to DVLA to acquire a registration number See illustration Sold for 520 A 1984 BMW 320i two door saloon, registration number B188 GYJ, white. This rare automatic two door 320i was first registered on 1st August 1984 to its first owner and there has been one further keeper since. B188 GYJ is finished in white with a blue cloth and vinyl interior, and has the full original tool kit. The car has a current mileage of just under 66,000 miles, with documented history to substantiate. The vendor informs us the car is original and in good condition. V5C, ***MOT to August 2012 (not July)***, taxed to July 2011 See illustration Sold for 1071.45 A 1957 Francis Barnett motorcycle. This recently restored bike is unregistered and has no accompanying paperwork See illustration Sold for 400 A 1960 Hillman Husky Estate, registration number 189 GBJ, chassis number B2007145H-HSO, engine number B2007145. This rare Husky Estate, finished in caramel/regency red, has been in the current ownership since 1978. During that time the car has received regular repair and maintenance and recently an MOT. There is a large history file accompanying the car with a detailed log of works carried out, old MOT's and correspondence. RF60, V5C, MOT to June 2012, tax exempt See illustration Sold for 1500 A 1971 Puch moped. This recently restored bike is unregistered and has no accompanying paperwork See illustration Sold for 200 A 1977 Bentley T2, registration number BLH 330S. Finished in dark green with tan hide interior. This T2 has been in long family ownership and has not been on the road for some time. V5C, no current MOT or tax See illustration Sold for 1900 A 1971 Morris Minor Traveller, registration number WAR 423J. This Traveller is finished in a rare teal blue with a black interior. WAR 423J is fitted a 1098 cc engine, has had new wood and is accompanied by a history file with receipts of restoration. V5C, MOT to July 2012, tax exempt (taxed to June 2012) See illustration Sold for 0 A 1982 Yamaha XJ750D motorcycle, registration number JRV 449X, frame number 15R-018852, engine number 15R-018852, black. JRV 449X was imported in 1998 and it has had two registered keepers since. The second and current owner acquired the motorcycle in 1999. The XJ750 is equipped with a DOAC inline four cylinder engine and has shaft drive. During the current ownership the motorcycle has been MOT'd by Just Bikes of Shaftesbury. The history file contains the old MOT's from 1999 and a Haynes workshop manual. V5C, no current MOT or tax See illustration Sold for 950 A 1975 BMW 1602 two door saloon, registration number JFX 453N, chassis number 3561166, engine number 3561166. This unusual 1602 is finished in white with a blue interior and was purchased by its lady owner in 1978. Its first registered keeper is recorded as George Robert Knapman of Salisbury. The odometer indicates a mileage of approximately 126,000, and it has its original radio, hand book and service history. The interior has been re-upholstered and

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new front wings have been fitted. The car was last on the road in 2003. V5C, no current MOT or tax See illustration Sold for 920 A 1982 Triumph TR7, converted to a TR8, registration number OBV 3X, chassis number SATTPADJ7AA407413, engine number 11A60722. Built in the last few months of manufacture in 1981, this 1982 registered TR7 has had a full conversion to TR8 specification. The work was carried out by leading TR8 specialists, S&S Preparations, at a cost of 7,500 in 2005. This upgrade included the fitting of a rebuilt Rover SDI 3.5 litre V8 engine with Holley 390 carburettor and A&N air filters, modified gear box mounting, a Kenlow fan, stainless steel tubular manifolds, modified subframe and TR8 radiator. OBV 3X has been repainted in MG Rover White Gold, replacing the original Cashmere Gold. In 2006 the current owner fitted a new hood with zip down rear window and wind deflector, black leather seats, black interior and a walnut dashboard. The vendor informs us that the current mileage of 76,600 can be warranted by the past MOT's, which are contained in the history file, and since its last MOT in November 2009 the car has only covered 1,900 miles. Although recently this TR8 conversion has had little use, it is only being sold due to loss of garage space. V5C, no current MOT, SORN See illustration Sold for 2400 A 1965 Bristol 408 Mk I, registration number HPF 399C, chassis number 4087063. The Bristol 408 was produced between 1963 and 1966 in Mk I & Mk II versions. The 408 was the second model to incorporate the Chrysler V8 engine in the Bristol model range. The 407, the 408's predecessor, was a first, and was a major departure from previous Bristol models, which had always used their own six cylinder engines. HPF 399C, a Mk I version, was first registered on 13th April 1965 and was finished with grey coachwork and grey leather interior. The current custodian has prepared the bodywork for the final top coat of paint. At present the chassis has been repaired and repair sections have been welded into the inner wheel arches and other panels. The body has received coats of etch primer and a guide coat for final flatting down before the applic