Eclectic lots spark plenty of interest at latest Autojumble sale
Always well received, this year’s Bonhams’ Beaulieu Autojumble sale continued a tradition of top-class offerings of all ages and in all conditions, many at no reserve.
A rummage through the catalogue showed some interesting lots, including a one family-owned 1972 Lotus Elan S4, a Ford Capri 2.8i auto once owned by Ford and driven by Henry Ford II and a 1925 Rolls-- Royce 20hp sedanca that was sold new to architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. Other treats included a 1953 James Young-bodied Bentley R-type that had spent its entire life in Jersey, an Invicta Black Prince estate and a 1920 Vauxhall 30/98 E-type.
A well-attended sale that recorded good results, boding well for when Bonhams decamped to the Goodwood Revival, last weekend.