CARS from across the decades - including a Ford Escort valued at around £100,000 - will go under the hammer at a sale next week.

The Charterhouse online auction of classic and vintage cars takes place on Wednesday (July 27), including car marques from across the decades.

“There is always such a diverse selection of motors in our auctions and this sale has some fabulous cars.” said auctioneer, Richard Bromell.

“With cars being offered from barn stored projects being sold without reserve up to a six figure car there is certainly something for everyone.”

Top lot in the auction is a Ford Escort valued at £100,000.

Not a normal Ford, this is a 1973 Escort RS1600 built to Group 4 Rally specification and in concours condition.

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For those on a more modest budget, there is a single owner 1985 Opel Manta GSi hatchback.

This has been barn stored for about 20 years and is a rare survivor.

Elsewhere in the auction, a beautiful 1955 Bentley R-Type is valued at £25,000-27,000, a 2002 Aston Martin DB7 limited edition Vantage Volante (convertible) £45,000-50,000, a 1955 Land Rover Series I £10,000-12,000, a 1942 slat front Jeep £21,000-23,000, a 1953 MG TD £19,000-21,000, a 1972 MGB GT £10,000-12,000 through to two MG Midget restoration projects both for sale without reserve.

The auction is being held online only, with viewing at the vehicle owner's location, and you can see all the lots and download the catalogue from

Charterhouse are now accepting entries for their auctions including classic and vintage motorcycles on August 27, followed by coins, medals, stamps, clocks and collector’s items on September 3 and 4.

For more information, or to make a Covid-19 safe home visit, contact Richard Bromell at Charterhouse on 01935 812277, or email images to Richard on

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1955 Bentley R-Type £25,000-27,000

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2002 Aston Martin Vantage Volante £45,000-50,000

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1942 Jeep £21,000-23,000

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1955 Land Rover £10,000-12,000