EWBANK’S close their five-day summer fine extravaganza with sales of cars, motorbikes and automobilia next week.

A star lot going under the hammer at the Burnt Common Auction Rooms in Send on Friday, June 30 is a 1953 MG TD Midget.

The TD Midget is a classic British sports car that is known for its stylish looks, agile handling and powerful engine.  

Today, the TD Midget is a sought-after collectible. 

With a very large history file and receipts for the work undertaken along with photos going back to the 1950s, the car being sold by Ewbank’s has been valued at £15,000 to £25,000.

Also going under the hammer is a 1927 Austin 7 Chummy.  

Known for its simple design and fun-to-drive personality, the Chummy was produced by the Austin Motor Company in the 1920s and 1930s. At the time it was popular with both amateur and professional racing drivers as well as celebrities of the day including Charlie Chaplin.  

The Chummy being auctioned by Ewbank’s is blue. It comes with a history file and is from a local deceased estate. Having  been kept in dry barn storage, it carries a pre-sale guide price of £5,000 to £7,000.

A 1988 BMW 535i, finished in dolphin grey metallic, is expected to sell for between £4,000 and £6,000.  

This classic German sports sedan is known for its luxurious interior and powerful engine.  

This fine example being sold by Ewbank’s boasts low mileage for its age at only 164,000, the car having had one owner from new. 

It was purchased from Barons BMW Hindhead in 1988 and has full service history. 

The bodywork is in good condition as the car has spent most of its life stored in a centrally heated garage. 

Another BMW in the sale is a 1999 BMW Z3 2.8 M Sport wide- body convertible.  

This genuine unmodified example has had one owner from new. There are 46,150 miles on the clock.  

Finished in Boston green with cream leather interior and coming with full BMW main- dealer service history, it has an estimate of £5,000 to £8,000.

One for the thrill seekers is a Quadzilla CVT 150 road-registered quad bike. 

It is in good condition, having been driven for only 600 hours, and carries a pre-sale guide price of £300 to £500.

In the automobilia auction are two lots by British airbrush artist Philip Castle.

One is titled MG Safety First!, is signed and dated 1972, with gallery label on the reverse.  

Castle is a highly accomplished artist who has made a significant contribution to popular culture.  

His work is visually stunning and continues to be admired by fans and collectors around the world.

An interesting lot is an original Shell glass petrol-pump globe by Hailware, fully stamped underneath and on a wooden base. It is expected to sell for between £500 and £800. 

Hailware was a British company that manufactured pump globes and other petrol-station signage from the early 1900s to the 1970s.  

The company’s globes are known for their high quality and distinctive design.

They are a sought-after collectible for petrolheads and antiques enthusiasts. 

Ewbank’s will be hosting an auction at The British Motor Show in Farnborough on Sunday August 20.  

The auction will feature a wide variety of classic and vintage cars.  

Ewbank’s can be telephoned on 01483 223101 or emailed at [email protected] – and live internet bidding is available through www.ewbankauctions.co.uk

Valuations can be obtained between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. There is no need for appointments.