Breaking News US/Australia ll  Car collection including Ford hot rod and early Dodge goes up for sal

Breaking News US/Australia ll Car collection including Ford hot rod and early Dodge goes up for sal

November 17, 2019 0 By Luis Garrison


Car graveyard: The collection of 135 classic cars went up for auction in Preston, Lancashire, after they were discovered in disused barns at a property that was sold for redevelopment  The vintage cars included a Ford T-Bucket Hot Rod and Morris Minor dating from the 1960s The auction was organised by NCM auctioneers  A rare 1970s Hustler 6 which used two Mini rear sub frames to give four rear wheels The model featured upper and lower square-section steel frames and large flat glass windows The Ford T-Bucket Hot Rod featuring plush red leather seats and the traditional style based on the Model T -regarded as the first affordable car  A British MG car which had its headquarters in Longbridge, Birmingham The car collection at the site was mainly comprised of British and French manufacturers  which shows a classic Aston Martin (far right)  A British Range Rover (centre) which still remains a popular choice today for four-wheel drive cars with the manufacturer creating luxury and bepoke SUV models  An NSU model (far right) The model is made by German manufacturer NSU Moterenwerke founded in 1873 which went on to become Audi  Share this article Share Auctioneers NCM said: ‘This is an opportunity to purchase a genuine barn find classic car’ ahead of the auction in Preston yesterday  Car-enthusiasts were able to bid for the cars in person or online and were sold without documentation or warranty at the NCM auction The cars were found rotting in a set of empty barns  The cars were sold without warranty and documentation and just ‘as is’ and car-enthusiasts were advised that they were bidding on the vehicle and not the registration number The cars appeared worse for wear but still maintained their classic charm as they were set out ready for the auction The selection of classic cars featured modes from the early 1900’s through to Retro 80’s and 90’s Exotic NCM described the cars as a being a ‘new project’ for enthusiasts as many needed repair work such as the car (front left) which needed a new sunroof  The treasure trove included a Ford T-bucket hot rod from 1923 featuring the traditional style based on the Model T – regarded as the first affordable car