More than 200 classic tractors starred in a sale that sold more than £1.2million worth of machinery.

The classic and vintage tractors, motorbikes, vehicles, automobilia and collectors’ items were sold at Cheffins’ Cambridge Vintage Sale near Ely on October 24.

The highest price paid on the day was £53,000 for a Saunderson Model G, dating back to 1917.

This was followed by £43,460 for a rare model of a Weeks-Dungey Patent ‘Simplex’ early tractor which dates back to 1915.

Similarly, a 1941 Roadless Standard N crawler tractor was sold for £24,910, well above its estimate of £15,000 - £16,000.

Another fantastic price on the day saw a 1976 Ford 7000 topping out at £27,336.

Bill King, chairman at Cheffins said: “The October Vintage sale was a cracking day with some staggering prices achieved for the tractors on offer.

"The market for all things vintage continues to grow and we were gladdened to see such healthy prices paid across every section of the sale."

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In addition, there were 36 classic motorbikes on offer, of which a 1960 BSA Rocket Gold Star tribute motorbike sold for £7,672, followed by a 1972 750cc Norton Commando achieving £6,576.

Similarly, a 1923 Levis Popular was keenly contested, eventually selling for £4,713. Motorbikes in need of restoration were also in demand with a 1935 Norton 16H selling for double the pre-sale estimate at £4,384 and a Weslake powered speedway bike in need of full renovation achieving £1,589.

The automobilia section was dominated by a series of lots from the personal collection of world-renowned collector, Stewart Imber of Goodwood Revival and set and prop hire company, Themed Garages.

The two star lots of the section were a 1920s Bishop’s Motor and Cycle Depot Shell illuminated hanging sign which achieved £3,520 and a 1930s Saundersons Esso illuminated sign which made £1,650.

Also available in the October sale were a series of enamel signs, petrol pumps, forecourt maps, promotional flags, posters and various other paraphernalia, which were sold via a timed online auction over a four-day period.