Another week, another newsletter. But don’t worry, I am NOT going to mention the price of fuel…😫 but I am heading out of Yorkshire..
I’m back in the South this weekend as I join our friends at Historics for their first sale of the year on 12th March at Ascot Racecourse.
As usual, they have a superb selection of classics going under the hammer. My pick of the auction has to be Lot 113, the 1964 Ford Zodiac, which is being sold with no reserve. I’ve always loved the lines of the MK3, so when Historics asked if I’d like to take it for a spin there was no stopping me and I can tell you – it drove like a dream. Take a look at their catalogue and see what tickles your fancy.
Next Stop..The Midlands
Team Evoke will be heading to Birmingham next week to attend the Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show at the NEC which takes place 18th – 20th March.
An event which really does kickstart the classic car calendar by fetching together 1000’s of cars, 100’s of clubs and exhibitors all under one huge roof. There will be plenty of shiny people there too, with on stage discussions, interviews and Q&A’s with famous folk like Mike Brewer, Ant Anstead, Fuzz Townshend, Richard Hammond, plus many others. First on my list of stands to visit though will be the Morris Marina Owners Club & Ital Register…obviously.
More info and tickets can be found HERE.
- Mini Cooper S Mark 3 auction ends at 16:00 today, the current bid is at £14,000
- We found a new home for the Fiat Coupe where the hammer went down at £6,300
- You may have noticed that the Wells collection is back up! Bidding has already started on the TVR Griffith, Mini Cooper S Downton Mark 2 and Peter O’Toole’s Mini Cooper S Mark 1 and more new classics are being added each day
If you’re looking for somewhere to go this weekend, our events page has loads of upcoming events listed. So why not click the link below and see what’s happening, you never know I may bump into you.
Please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’ve got an event you’d like us to add to the calendar, the more the merrier!