THE real diversity of Britain’s motoring heritage can be seen in the entries for Barons’ annual British Heritage Sale at Sandown Park on September 2.
From limousines and sports cars to saloon cars and Land Rovers, and from concours condition to restoration project, there is something for British car fans, whatever their taste or budget.
Some of the entries have fascinating histories – such as the Daimler that once enjoyed a heady career as the factory press car and advertising star before going on to feature on television, and the Rolls-Royce 20/25 that was owned by a Dominican Priory.
Classic British sports cars turn heads wherever they go. MG is represented by a 1932 J2, a 1938 TA Midget and a 1962 MGB Roadster. The J2 road/racing car is a very rare beast, which came second in class in the 1934 JCC Brooklands Rally in the hands of…
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