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March 31, 2021
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Classic Car Weekly press release, Wednesday 31st March 2021.

Manor Park Classic’s first online auction to sell six projects at no reserve

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Manor Park Classic’s first online auction to sell six projects at no reserve

Six classic projects will be hammered away in aid of good causes on 2 April. Manor Park Classics’ first online sale which concludes on 11 April, will sell the cars at no reserve.

The Cheshire specialist collaborated with Southern Cars to gather a range of projects for sale; proceeds will go to the Wilmslow High School Autism Trust and The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust. The former will receive half of Southern Cars’ profits and the latter half of Manor Park Classics’ fees.

Named Project Corner, the sale represents two decades of motoring history, from a partially disassembled 1960 Wolseley 1500 to a 1980 Daimler 4.2 Sovereign. A 1964 Singer Gazelle, 1967 BMW 2000, 1972 Hillman Imp and 1980 Reliant Scimitar make up the rest of Project Corner, found in barns, lock-ups and garages across the UK.

Manor Park Classics sales director, Sam Grange-Bailey, said that the six cars were in varying states of repair with some, like the Singer Gazelle and Hillman Imp, runners in need of a few weekends’ worth of work to see the road again. ‘It was my son’s idea to auction them off. We make offers on project cars all the time and these cars will get a second chance rather than being allowed to sit and rot away.

‘They’ll sell for what they sell for - but I think the BMW might be the “sleeper” of the sale because it’s rare and complete.”
Full listings are available here: www.manorparkclassics.com/auctions
Six classic projects will be hammered away in aid of good causes on 2 April. Manor Park Classics’ first online sale which concludes on 11 April, will sell the cars at no reserve.

The Cheshire specialist collaborated with Southern Cars to gather a range of projects for sale; proceeds will go to the Wilmslow High School Autism Trust and The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust. The former will receive half of Southern Cars’ profits and the latter half of Manor Park Classics’ fees.

Named Project Corner, the sale represents two decades of motoring history, from a partially disassembled 1960 Wolseley 1500 to a 1980 Daimler 4.2 Sovereign. A 1964 Singer Gazelle, 1967 BMW 2000, 1972 Hillman Imp and 1980 Reliant Scimitar make up the rest of Project Corner, found in barns, lock-ups and garages across the UK.

Manor Park Classics sales director, Sam Grange-Bailey, said that the six cars were in varying states of repair with some, like the Singer Gazelle and Hillman Imp, runners in need of a few weekends’ worth of work to see the road again. ‘It was my son’s idea to auction them off. We make offers on project cars all the time and these cars will get a second chance rather than being allowed to sit and rot away.

‘They’ll sell for what they sell for - but I think the BMW might be the “sleeper” of the sale because it’s rare and complete.”

MANOR PARK CLASSICS
Ikon House, Tudor Road,
Runcorn
Cheshire
WA7 1TA

Telephone: 0161 697 5223
Email: info@manorparkclassics.com
www.manorparkclassics.com

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Ikon House, Tudor Road,
Runcorn, Cheshire
WA7 1TA

Telephone: 0161 697 5223
Email: info@manorparkclassics.com
www.manorparkclassics.com

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