1934 Lanchester 10 Saloon Reg. no. CPA 873 Chassis no. 23137 Engine no. 69475
1934 Lanchester 10 SaloonReg. no. CPA 873Chassis no. 23137Engine no. 69475Introduced in 1932 and the smallest ever Lanchester, the Ten was unique in its class at the time, having both a Daimler fluid flywheel and Wilson four-speed pre-selector gearbox. The car had an adequate performance with a top speed of just over 60mph. Little is known about the history of this example apart from the fact that Barry Trevarrow acquired the car following the death of local enthusiast and friend Royston Ball, who had enjoyed the car for some years. This Lanchester is offered with a V5C, an original spare parts catalogue and an instruction manual. There are also other items of early literature and ephemera.Estimate: £4,000 - 6,000To be auctioned along with a fantastic selection of other vehicles on March 5th at our Showell Farm site, SN15 2NU. Viewing is welcome prior to sale and all cars are sold as seen, condition reports can be requested on each lot by contacting us direct. Lots are not available to buy prior to auction. Fully illustrated catalogue is available on the Richard Edmonds Auction website. Bids can be made online, by telephone or live on site. All lots are subject to commission.Vehicles that are un-registered or on foreign plates may require Import Duty and Vat to be paid upon purchase via HMRC prior to registering with the DVLA for a UK plate, if you are not sure please ask. For classic cars over 30 years this equates to 5% Duty on the final value.