John Craddock has announced details of the auction of the vehicles that his company and Exmoor Trim acquired from Norway. Following the repatriation of teh vehicles after a trip to Norway by John Craddock and Julian Gostling of Exmoor Trim, John Craddock has the remaining 30 vehicles at premises ready to be sold by auction on Sunday 18th September 2011 at midday in Cannock, Staffordshire, England. For those unable to make it to the auction there will be live internet bidding.
There will be viewing of all the vehicles Monday 12th September until Friday 16th September 2011 and also viewing will be on the morning of the auction. You will be required to register prior to the auction whether you are at the site or bidding online through Craddock's auction website, www.johncraddockltd.co.uk click here for John Craddock's or Exmoor Trim's website www.exmoortrim.co.uk where video of the vehicles can be seen click here for Exmoor Trim
All details will be published in a catalogue in the September 2011 edition of LRO magazine click here for LRO.com and on the website but the basic details are that there's around a dozen Series Land Rover fire appliances, some ambulances, military machines, a number of desirable Series Ones including a restorable Tickford Station Wagon and a couple of real rarities such as a military APGP amphibious prototype and a Cuthbertson-tracked 109in. Many of these Land Rovers have recently been featured in the Stars of the Norway collection series in Classic LRO including the August 2011 edition