2. 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 'BML 9A’
Claim to fame? The ex-John Willment Racing team car, driven by ‘Gentleman Jack’ Sears to the 1963 British Saloon Car Championship.
Says Tim: “Seven litres of uncatchable V8” as the car was called at the time. With legendary Gentleman Jack at the wheel, it put an end to Jaguar's dominance of British saloon racing and is an icon of British motorsport history.
Guide price: £180,000-220,000.
3. 1935 Lagonda LG 45 4 1/2 Litre
Claim to fame? The ex-Alan Good/Doreen Good works entry for 1936 Monte Carlo Rally, with known ownership history throughout and extensively documented in published works. Among the fastest road cars of its generation, it was the first Lagonda overseen by W O Bentley.
Says Tim: It’s still rallying across the continent without any troubles. Such a genuinely usable vintage rally car for events like the Flying Scotsman and Gran Premio Nuvolari.
Guide price: £250,000-300,000.
4. 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I Works
Claim to fame? The ex-Peter Riley/Tony Ambrose 1961 Acropolis Rally class winner, and a car owned by Rauno Aaltonen.
Says Tim: It’s a genuine works car with an outstanding competition history, and is very rare and seriously original – certainly the purest survivor of its type. It is priced to sell and would provide great pleasure as a fast road tourer.
Guide price: £250,000-325,000.