Bonhams’ annual Beaulieu sale traditionally encompasses restoration projects and cars in need of improvement. This year it includes 30 cars from the collection of Barry Burnett most being sold without reserve. The lots include a 1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500SS Cabriolet (centre left) first supplied to Venice, estimated to fetch £50-60k and a 1936 Bentley 3½-litre with unusual Airline coachwork by Freestone & Webb. Eleven cars from the Glen Acres collection are headed by a 1936 Alvis Speed 25 Drophead Coupé (£65-75,000), and others include an imposing 1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II with four-light sports saloon body by Vanden Plas. Running but in need of some cosmetic tlc, it retains its registration OT 3 and is expected to make £40-50,000. Finally, the 1935 Frazer Nash-BMW 319/2, originally a convertible but rebodied as a roadster, riding on new Blockley tyres and well known in VSCC circles, is estimated to fetch £60-80k.