• Timed Online Auction of Classic Cars & Motorcycles

    • Registration & Bidding opened: Saturday, 31st October 2020 from 10:00am
    • Bidding Closed: Thursday, 5th November 2020 from 7:02pm

    Welcome to this, our fifth timed auction of Classic Cars

    Bidding Opens: Saturday 31st October at 10am
    Buyers Premium - 12% plus VAT
    Bidding Starts to Close: Thursday 5th November from 7pm

    • Vehicles - all vehicles on offer are physically with us at our Easters Court premises so we have inspected both the vehicles themselves and the associated paperwork. Please note - this is a timed-online auction and viewing is permitted by appointment from Monday 2nd November. The Brightwells’ site at Easters Court is closed to all visitors without appointments until further notice due to Government restrictions.
    • Collections - We are currently able to offer 'click and collect' to successful bidders under the current lockdown rules. Vehicles will be handed over following strict safety guidelines.
     • Registration Deposit - A deposit reservation of £2,500 will need to be made to participate in the Auction. Please note that all deposits are managed by Sagepay - no deposits will be taken over the phone. Unsuccessful purchasers should note that the release of funds can take approximately 3 - 5 days.
    • Buyers Fees - We charge a Buyer’s Premium of 12%+vat on the hammer price of each lot purchased.
    • Online fees - We have suspended our usual supplementary online buyers’ fees, so you can buy through the timed auctions at no additional cost. Only the hammer price plus our standard Buyer’s Premium and any associated VAT will apply.
    Tips on Bidding - Put in your highest bid you would be prepared to go to, at your earliest opportunity. When bidding, the system treats your bid differently depending on whether the seller has placed a reserve price on the lot. If your bid has the value up to or at the reserve, the bid will be taken at it's maximum to the reserve. If the lot has no reserve or if your bid is forced above the reserve by other bidders, then an increment table operates that the system follows, similar to other bidding platforms. For example: £2 increment up to £50; £5 increment up to £100; £10 increment up to £200; £20 increment up to £500; £25 increment up to £1000; £50 increment up to £10,000. A word to the wise – don’t wait until the last minute to bid, put your highest bid in as early as possible. You may pay less than your bid if you win. Bids cannot be withdrawn at any time, during or after the auction. All bids are contractually binding. Winning bidders will be emailed on the next working day after the auction. The Auctioneers may withdraw Lots at any time (see 3.2 Condition of Sale). If you are the successful bidder on one or more than one lot that is sold to you, provisionally or outright, the bids are binding and you cannot withdraw any bids - you will be liable for all lots sold to you.
    • Reserve Prices and Provisional Sales - Some lots may have reserve prices and the final highest bid on a lot may be subject to acceptance by the seller, if the reserve is higher. The highest final bidder on a lot is contractually obliged to stand by that bid, if it is accepted by the seller.
    • Warranties and Descriptions - Items in this auction are all sold as seen and without warranty. There is no guarantee of condition, working condition or description. No items have been tried or tested for sale. Volumes, where stated, are approximate and are not guaranteed. Condition Reports are for guidance only and do not provide any mechanical/electrical guarantees. Details of the vehicles offered are taken from the V5C.
    • Invoicing and Payments - All items must be paid for within 48 hours of invoicing. Your deposit will be lost if you fail to pay for a lot. Payment will be taken by bank transfer or debit card, terms will be sent with the email invoice.
    • Collection/Delivery of Purchases - Under the updated Covid-19 regulations imposed by Government, buyers may collect their own goods, under the following terms: .
    • Collection by appointment only.
    • Hand washing, wearing gloves and hand sanitising is essential when coming onto our sites.
    • Social distancing measures must be in place and adhered to (2 metre distancing).
    • Items that have been handled must be wiped down for collection.
    • The collection point for items will be outside and customers must not come into any buildings.
    • Items may be delivered by certified hauliers, which we will gladly help with and arrange for you. Quotes for transportation costs can be obtained by request.
    All collections and deliveries will be handled in a ‘contactless manner’, with vehicles undergoing monitored quarantine periods and cleaning of handles and main controls etc.
    • Storage - During the Government Isolation Period items can be stored with us free of charge. You will need to insure your goods from the point of purchase, by law.
    Health & Safety – Covid 19 Regulations: When customers come on site, we expect them to read our signage, listen to social distancing and cleaning requirements outlined by our staff and to abide by our risk assessments/notices. Failure to do so will result in being asked to leave our site, as we take the safety of our customers and staff to be our highest priority.


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  1. Lot 118

    1978 MZ 150 and two 125s

    No Reserve

    Yes, three bikes in one lot; basically three MZs - one 150cc and two 125s. There are two old style V5s for the 150cc bike and one of the

    No Reserve

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  2. Lot 119

    c1970 BSA Bantam 175 D14/4 project

    No Reserve

    A mostly complete bike minus the seat, the vendor has included a set of Montessa rear shocks and MZ fork legs which

    No Reserve

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  3. Lot 120

    1952 Ariel 500 Works

    Original works trials machine; ex - Don Evans 1948-1952; ex - George Buck in 1950s; restored in 2012; photographic history and Don Evans autograph

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  4. Lot 121

    1946 Ariel HT3 Works

    Original works trials machine; sister bike to Sammy Miller's GOV 132; ex - Don Evans, 'Nipper' Parsons, David and Ron Langston; photographic history from

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  5. Lot 122

    1955 Ariel HT, Rigid Frame

    Incredibly rare machine; one of 18 believed to be built; thought to be one of ten survivors; purpose built all welded lugless design; road registered

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  6. Lot 123

    1979 Moto Guzzi V50

    Believed to be very low mileage; tax and MOT exempt; lovely bike from a caring, engineer owner

    This exceptionally clean and smart V50 has everything

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  7. Lot 124

    1956 Velocette LE

    Rebuilt engine; powder-coated chassis; new wheel rims and tyres; 'on the handle'

    Purchased and restored by its previous owner, this fine LE was reregistered

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  8. Lot 125

    1965 Matchless G80

    One of the last and best with Norton roadholder forks; short stroke 86mm bore, Norton oil pump and wheels, export model so has both magneto and alternator;

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  9. Lot 126

    1933 BSA B-2

    Running and riding bike; well known in VMCC circles; starts easily and has useful period modifcations to ease use in modern times 

    Further information -

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  10. Lot 127

    1912-14 Douglas 2 3/4 HP Racer

    Previously the property of Works Douglas racer Alfie Alexander ( 1912 to 1924); 1912 engine with "works" TT barrels, 1914 frame,

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  11. Lot 128

    1962 BSA Rocket Goldstar

    Originally despatched to BSA New Jersey on 2nd Nov 1962; brought back to the UK in 2001; regularly maintained from then until 2007; overhauled and

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  12. Lot 129

    1961 BSA DBD34 Goldstar

    Unused for the last few years so will need some light recommissioning before use; fitted with optional 190mm front brake; accompanied by lots of

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  13. Lot 130

    1934 BSA B1 250

    Believed to have been rebuilt by the previous keeper; now presents beautifully; not regularly used so may just need some light recommissioning


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  14. Lot 131

    1968 Bultaco M49 Trials

    Fitted with the rare M27 engine; restored over the last three years; looks and sounds fantastic; approximately £2,500 worth of recent invoices;

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  15. Lot 132

    1950 Triumph 3T

    Originally supplied to George Clarke Motors of London; believed to be have been laid up for some time before being restored c.2015; not used regularly recently

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  16. Lot 133

    1962 BSA DBD34 Goldstar

    Believed to have had only one owner up until 2017; originally despatched to Gus Kuhn Motors, London; recently completely restored by Classic Motorcycles

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  17. Lot 134

    1979 BMW R65

    Owned by one family since 1980 when it was registered to the Dovey Motor Company in Cardiff; only showing 3,500 miles since, old MOTs and logbooks on file suggest

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  18. Lot 135

    2002 Harley Davidson Custom Chopper

    Awesome custom build with 1800cc power and insane paint work; believed to have been built after O.C California team split

    Not a huge

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