Jaguar Land Rover to Auction Off Affordable Classics
Jaguar Land Rover to Auction Off Affordable Classics. Next month, Jaguar Land Rover is planning to make space in its classics division by selling off around 100 vehicles, in a no reserve auction in March. Hosted by Bicester Heritage and conducted by Brightwells, the auction will feature classics that JLR acquired when it purchased the famed James Hull classic car collection.
Some cars featured in the auction include models that are in a variety of states of repair, like the 1938 Peugeot 402 and the 1950 Riley 2.5, could do with some restoration. The collection ranges from more modern classics like the MG Maestro Turbo to collector’s items like a 1972 FIAT 500. The auction also includes some of the least likely classics, like the FSO 125p Estate, Lada Riva and a Vanden Plas Allegro.