The Roy Savage Collection of Classic Cars Part II

17 March 2019, Southwards Car Museum, Paraparaumu

Auction Results

In December 2016 Webb’s was privileged to auction Part One of The Roy Savage Collection of Classic Cars, with a pronounced British theme, the sale was an overwhelming success with all 30 vehicles selling, many in excess of their upper estimate.

Following on from these outstanding results and Roy’s passing in 2017 the Savage Family have again entrusted Webbs to market the balance of their father’s passion with this, Part Two of ‘The Roy Savage Collection of Classic Cars’.

Highlights include;
1952 Bentley MK VI
1927 Rolls Royce 20 h.p
1951 Roll Royce Silver Dawn
1978 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible 1 Drophead
1955 Allard Palm Beach Convertible
1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Sports Coupe H&S Top
1964 Landrover 2A

Since it was established in 2014, our Collectors’ Cars, Motorcycles & Automobilia Department has grown from strength to strength.

Webb’s expert industry knowledge is here to assist you through the auction process and we welcome enquiries about your vehicle. Get in touch today for confidential advice on buying and selling at auction.


Ian Nott
Collectors Cars, Motorcycles and Automobilia

The Roy Savage Collection

The auction of the Roy Savage Collection of Classic Cars, held December 2016, achieved nearly $1.5 million and resulted in 138% sold by value. The auction marked the entrance of Webb’s into the New Zealand market for collectors’ cars and automobilia. All thirty cars from the personal collection of the renowned Wellington businessman sold and multiple auction records were set for the 1955 Jaguar XK140 (pictured, achieved $258,750), the 1972 Rover P5B, 1966 Jaguar MK II and the stunning 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL selling for $149,500.

We have a long-established history in motorcycle auctions; recent highlights include: a 1915 Ariel V-twin, which sold for $35,000; a 1931 AJS S3 Transverse V-twin, which sold for $64,280; a 1936 Burt Munro/Duncan Meikle Velocette drag bike, which sold for $71,000; a 1936 Indian Chief 1200, which sold for $71,500; a 1950 Indian Roadmaster, which sold for $59,500; and a 1955 Vincent Black Knight, which sold for $100,000.