Jaguar E-type Heads Jaguar Heritage Classic & Sports Car Sale

Jaguar E-Type
Jaguar E-type, which has been the subject of a £60,000 restoration, sold for £71,500

An impressive 1965 Series 1 Jaguar E-type FHC proved classic auction room sales are still healthy selling for £71,500 following an extensive restoration process.

The E-type was given a detailed £60k renovation but still managed to fetch the desired estimate at Barons’ Jaguar Heritage, Classic & Sports Car sale at Sandown Park racecourse last Friday, September 20th.

Other standout lots achieving high prices included a stunning 1968 Mercedes-Benz W113 290SL Pagoda, an original UK RHD car, which achieved £66,000 and a 1936 Ford Model 68 with safari roof, which brought £25,850. This motor car has a fine history in endurance rallying, having won the Spirit of the Rally trophy in the 2003 Safari Challenge, and subsequently completed the Circuit of Ireland, Africa’s Chipembele Rally and the Peking to Paris Rally.

60% Lots Sold

Over 60% of the lots sold, with keen bidding seeing notable cars such as the very rare 1972 Citroen DS21 ‘Jubilee’ EFI Pallas exceeding its guide price to sell for £19,470. An original and rare factory manual supercharged 1995 straight six Jaguar XJR, one of just 105 built-in RHD, nearly doubled its estimate, selling for £4,840, while a fine future classic – a 2007 Jaguar S type XS Sport – performed equally well, selling for £4,510.

Mercedes Pagoda
1968 Mercedes-Benz W113 290SL Pagoda, an original UK RHD car, which achieved £66,000

All 14 of the classic and future classic motorcycles, trikes, monkey bikes and quad bikes in the sale were snapped up by enthusiasts, with the 1969 Honda Z50A monkey bikes – perfect for the historic racing paddock and one signed by John Surtees and the other by Sir Stirling Moss – selling well, and the two Yamaha Banshees each exceeding top estimate.

Barons’ next sale at Sandown Park is the Autumn Classic on October 26. Early entries include a handsome 1958 Austin-Healey 100/6 2+2, a 1966 Ford Mustang 289 Auto and a 1958 MG A Roadster 1500. For further information please visit


Jaguar E-Type Series 1 FHC £71,500
Mercedes W113 SL Pagoda £66,000
Ford Model 68 £25,850
Bentley S2 £22,000
Jaguar S-Type 3.8 £22,000
Citroen DS21 EFI Pallas £19,470
Bentley Arnage £16,500
Bentley MK6 £16,500
Triumph TR6 £14,300
Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow £11,110
Volkswagen T2 Devon Pop Up Camper Van £10,780
Volkswagen Golf GTi Sportline Convertible £10,450
Challenger E-Type Replica MKI £10,340
Ducati DM450 Scrambler £9,350
Jaguar XKR Carbon Edition £9,350
Daimler Double Six Series 3 HE £8,800
Jaguar XJS-C Cabriolet £8,250
Rover Mini Cooper £8,250
MG B 1800 Roadster £7,480
Yamaha Raptor £7,370
Mercedes CLK55 AMG Convertible £5,775
Honda Z50A Monkey Bike – John Surtees Tribute £5,720
Ducati DM450 Scrambler £5,720
Mercedes 380SL £5,060
Jaguar XJR £4,840
Jaguar S-Type XS Sport £4,510
Yamaha Banshee 350 £4,400
Yamaha Banshee £4,400
Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit £4,400
MG BGT Limited Edition £4,290
Alfa Romeo GTV Twin Spark 16 Valve £4,180
Bentley Mulsanne S £4,070
Honda Z50A Monkey Bike – Stirling Moss Tribute £3,960
Daimler DS420 Landaulette £3,960
Ford Transit MKI £3,520
Audi 80 Convertible £3,080
Mercedes W124 E220 Coupe £2,860
BMW 318i Lux £2,860
Range Rover P38 Vogue 4.6 £2,860
LTI FX4 Fairway London Taxi £2,750
Audi TT Quattro £2,750
BMW 320Ci 2.2 ltr Convertible £2,750
Fiat Coupe 20V Limited Edition £2,750
Jaguar XJ8 SWB 4.0 V8 £2,530
Jaguar Mk IX £2,500
Chevrolet Camaro £2,420
Yamaha Z250 £2,310
Wolseley 6/80 £2,000
Jaguar XJ12 V12 HE £1,980
Jaguar S-Type V6 Sport Special Order £1,760
Jaguar 420 Automatic £1,700
Honda ATC 125M Trike £1,650
Rover 75 Club SE CDTi Tourer £1,500
Jaguar S-Type 3.0 SE V6 £1,350
BMW 540i Touring £1,150
Honda 1987 CBR 1000F Super Sport £1,100
Mercedes CL55 AMG £1,050
Honda ATC 185S £990
Honda ATC 90 Trike £908
Audi A6 £875
BMW 323ic £800
Honda 70 £605
Honda 70 £605

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