Cheffins has set July 23rd, 2022, as the official date for its forthcoming second collective vintage sale of the year.
A series of classic and vintage tractors, cars, motorbikes, and collector items will go under the hammer at the Cheffins’ salesground at Sutton, near Ely, later this month.
Cheffins Vintage Sale
Some of the highlight tractor/machinery lots for the forthcoming auction include:
- A 1979 County 1474 with a guide price of over £150,000;
- Rare 1954 Ferguson TEF-20 Bombardier Half-Track with an original Ferguson winch. Estimated sales vale: £12,000 – £15,000;
- A 1973 David Brown 996 tractor with 322 hours on the clock. Estimated sales value: £15,000 – £18,000;
- County Super-6;
- 1977 County 1174;
- 1920 Titan 10-20;
- Rare Mailam Dexta Crawler.
There are also a number of historic commercial vehicles on offer, including:
- 1972 Ford D-500 Tipper lorry, fully refurbished and estimated value of £10,000 – £11,000;
- 1965 Scammell Highway Ballast Box tractor lorry, previously part of Hall’s Funfair. Estimated sales value: £15,000 – £16,000.
‘Rare to the market’ items
Oliver Godfrey, head of the machinery auction department at Cheffins, said:
“The July sale sees a varied and dense catalogue with some exciting tractors on offer and rare and historic pieces throughout the commercials, motorbikes and automobilia sections.”
“The County 1474 is bound to be of interest for classic tractor enthusiasts. The Roger Austin collection will be popular amongst vintage collectors.”
“As always, the collective sales offer up items, which are rare to the market. We look forward to seeing buyers, old and new., at the sale.
As with the April auction, Cheffins has decided to return all sections of the sale to offering both live onsite and online bidding.
This is on the back of “continued” demand from the collecting market for in-person bidding.
Due to the large sales consignment, the sale of agricultural and automotive literature, prints and pictures will take place on Friday, July 22nd, 2022.
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