Check out these 4 cracking classic cars for sale right now in the Classic Cars HQ classifieds. Added this week and for sale over Christmas these little beauties are some of the best of the bunch and should see their values rise into 2017 and beyond.
1984 Ford Sierra XR4i
The Ford Sierra was a formidable car in its day and this the XR4i version was the top of the table in terms of performance, power, style and comfort at the time. Later the XR4i was superseded by the Sierra Sapphire Cosworth when touring cars became the focus for Ford during the early to mid-nineties but, this lovely example of the XR4i has done just 54K from new and had 6 owners in its life. She’s on a B plate and has been SORN for many years and as such is reportedly in great condition with no rust or welding although she has been undersealed. A great buy and advertised at just £6,500.
1989 Lotus Excel
This tasty red little Lotus has covered just 85k from new and has an MOT till December 2017 and so is a drive away classic car. A recent new water pump and timing belt have been fitted as well as a new headlining and carpet installed recently. With prices rising for Classic Lotus cars rapidly this could be a great classic car investment or simply a sports car to be enjoyed. A lot of car and badge for not a lot of money at just £6K.
1975 ISO Lele Sport
This rare, right hand drive sport model is one of only six originally supplied to the UK market. She has a Ford cobra-jet V8 engine coupled to a manual gearbox which has covered just 34K miles from new and she also benefits from a full service history. Described as a pleasure to drive and yours for just £60,000.
1979 BMW 316
The BMW 3 series has been the leading car in its class for well over 40 years now and from this 1979 example its easy to see why these car made such an impact in their day and still today. She has covered just 82,000 miles from new and was apparently originally purchased from Cotswold BMW in Cheltenham by a Saudi Prince. She comes complete with all books, extensive service history and every MOT and loads of receipts. The car was restored back in the 1990s and has photographic evidence of the restoration. A real future classic for £7,250.
Given the choice, which one would your drive home?