(The Spring 2021 Classic Car Auction, 27th April 2021)
Mileage: 6,031 Recorded
This fabulous 911 was delivered in March 1967 to Mr Arthur Lambert in Los Angeles, California. His exacting order dated 24th October 1966 specified as follows: 911 Targa in 6603 golf blue with B-black interior. Extras ordered included Pirelli Cinturato tyres, outside mirror, seat belts, bumper guards and rubber pads, Frankfurt AM/FM radio, headrests and fittings, tinted windshield, ski rack. Thank fully Mr Lambert recognised the importance of provenance and retained all invoices, books and anything relating to the car until it was imported into the UK in 1996.
Correspondence on file contains a letter from Mr Lambert to its first UK owner, chronicling his near 30-year ownership with many interesting anecdotes.
Upon entering the current family ownership in 1999, the meticulous record keeping began which has detailed every job completed by date and mileage up to 2019. It is fair to say that this is one of the most comprehensive history files that we have collectively ever seen. Consisting of 5 ring bound folders containing every invoice since the car was new in 1967 and all service and handbooks. All MOT certificates from its first in the UK 1996 are present as are old tax discs.
During the past 31 years, the car has been fastidiously maintained and today presents extremely well with stunning bodywork and an engine bay that could be described as clinical.
Our car was featured in EVO magazine in March 2015 as a comparison to the newly launched 991 Targa.
A very interesting car from the first year of Targa production which shows an early 911 in its purest form riding on steel wheels with hub caps.
A very rare opportunity to acquire an unusual an extremely well maintained and sorted car.
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Auction: The Spring 2021 Classic Car Auction, 27th April 2021
Manor Park Classics launches the North West’s only permanent fixed venue classic vehicle auction.
Based at their purpose designed 30,000 square foot premises in Cheshire, Manor Park Classics will hold their inaugural auction on Tuesday 27th April, and this will be a classic vehicle sale with a difference.
Addressing the widely held frustrations with the traditional auction process, Manor Park Classics have set out to reduce the risk and anxiety for buyers and sellers alike and are focussing on a broad offering of genuine and interesting classic and collectors vehicles to present at their forthcoming auction.
An opening offer of no entry fees and no sellers commission give sellers the chance to realise the full ‘hammer price’. Along with free collection from anywhere on mainland UK and free storage in the secure, dry storage facility with 24/7 fire and security protection, sellers are offered a simpler process with a higher return.
A five day viewing period including evenings and weekends allows buyers the chance to view the cars at a time convenient to them. With on-site facilities to see the cars running and driving, as well as a four post inspection ramp, the risks of buying a car without a thorough inspection is completely reduced.
With a permanent site and superb secured storage facility cars can be delivered and collected, at the customers convenience, without the usual restrictions and constraints.