Some people think that you have to spend hundreds of thousands of pounds to buy a classic car but this is not the case. Yes, a number of people do spend that sort of money and even more than that figure but if you take a look at the prices of some classic cars that are available to buy at Barons British Heritage, Classic and Sports Cars auction set to take place at Sandown Park Race Course on the 5th June 2018 with viewing available on Monday 4th June you will see that there are many classic cars that can be bought for a more modest price.

How about an Austin Seven that was built in 1932 and has an odometer showing a reading of 11,165 miles. It has a green/black bodywork. The vehicle has not been driven on the road since 2010 but is said to be mechanically sound and is being sold due to the poor health of the current owner. It has a guide price of £5,000 to £7,000.

There is a grey 1957 Morris Minor Convertible for sale with a mileage of 75,000. It has a soft top making it appeal to classic car enthusiasts who appreciate the wind passing through their hair on a lovely summer Sunday afternoon. This car certainly looks the part. It has a guide price of £7,000 to £8.000.

If a classic sports car appeals to you then you may wish to take a look at an MG BGT that was built way back in 1972. Its bodywork is in Tartan Red and it is said to have had a full body tub restoration. It has a guide price of £9,000 to £12,000.

A Daimler V8 250 built in 1969 is available for sale. Its bodywork is in Light Blue and it has blue leather seating. There are numerous invoices indicating that a considerable amount of money has been spent on the classic vehicle over a period of time. It has a guide price of £9,000 to £12,000.

You can view many more affordable classic cars on the Barons-auctions website so why not take a look.