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Lot 705
1932 Standard Nine R9
1932 Standard Nine R9
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Lot Number: 705
Estimate: £6,000 - 7,000
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Exempt
  • Chassis number: 225298SP
This 1934 Standard Nine R9 was sold by ACA in 2021, having come direct from the film company. It had been used for the production of Why Didn't They Ask Evans?, a TV adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel due to be screened in 2022 starring Hugh Laurie, Jim Broadbent and Emma Thompson (among others). During filming, the car sustained some planned damage. Since purchase from ourselves, the car has been professionally repaired by a classic car body shop and is now offered for sale again, looking much smarter than it did last year.

Because the accident was staged for a TV production, the Standard 9 is not recorded as a total loss and has clear title although the V5 incorrectly states the year of first registration as 1932.

The history folder includes the current and some previous V5Cs, a selection of bills including one for five new tyres in July 2019, assorted MoTs, various club magazines and other sundry paperwork.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 30TH MARCH BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
This 1934 Standard Nine R9 was sold by ACA in 2021, having come direct from the film company. It had been used for the production of Why Didn't They Ask Evans?, a TV adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel due to be screened in 2022 starring Hugh Laurie, Jim Broadbent and Emma Thompson (among others). During filming, the car sustained some planned damage. Since purchase from ourselves, the car has been professionally repaired by a classic car body shop and is now offered for sale again, looking much smarter than it did last year. Because the accident was staged for a TV production, the Standard 9 is not recorded as a total loss and has clear title although the V5 incorrectly states the year of first registration as 1932. The history folder includes the current and some previous V5Cs, a selection of bills including one for five new tyres in July 2019, assorted MoTs, various club magazines and other sundry paperwork. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 30TH MARCH BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: 225298SP
Estimate: £6,000 - 7,000

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