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9th January 2018

BARONS’ 2017 Q3 & Q4 MARKET REPORT

Q3 & Q4 – the Barons’ perspective The second half of the year was very busy for Barons, with four sales held inthe six-month period. First was the Connoisseurs Classic Car Collection salein July, which was a smaller sale aimed at high-end classics. The best-sellinglots were two pieces of classic British motoring heritage, both of whichexceeded top estimate. The bright red 1970 Jaguar E-type Series 2 FHC... Read more


2nd January 2018

Top prices for top cars - Barons pulls off a Christmas cracker at Sandown Park

Barons’ Christmas Classic Sale at Sandown Park on December 12 saw a number of entries almost double estimate. These included a 1964 Jaguar Mk 3.8 saloon, which achieved £41,800 (estimate £22,000-£28,000), and a 1994 Jaguar XJS 4.0 ‘facelift’ model that was bought for £11,000 (estimate £4,500-£6,000). One hotly-contested lot was the ideal hot hatch - the 1989 Peugeot 205 1.9 GTI. With just one l... Read more


11th December 2017

Annual Christmas Classic, Tuesday 12th December

It might be cold outside but we're still looking forward to seeing you at tomorrow's ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CLASSIC. Despite the adverse weather conditions, we've still got a hall full of awesome classic cars for you. It's business as usual and our Barons Annual Christmas Classic is open from 9am tomorrow (Tuesday 12th) onwards. Why not bag yourself FREE ENTRY by completing our survey at ... Read more


5th January 2018

Ultra-low mileage Ferrari and rare Stutz Blackhawk are first past the post at Barons, Sandown Park

A 1985 Ferrari 328 GTS which has covered just over 1,000 miles in the past 26 years was the top seller at Barons’ sale at Sandown Park on October 28th. The bright red ‘Prancing Horse’, which has covered fewer than 19,000 miles in total – sold for £71,500. The biggest bidding battle of the sale was for the gold 1972 Stutz Blackhawk, which sold for £34,650 – powering way past top estimate. In the 1970s the Blackhawk was the c... Read more