A RARE car with a Huddersfield-built body sold at auction for £27,600.
It was nearly £10,000 more than the expected price for the 1909 two-seater.
An unnamed bidder bought the Renault 8hp type AX (left) during the sale the Goodwood Revival car festival in Sussex.
Its body was built by Rippon Bros.
The Renault was one of 38 cars discovered in barns belonging to Norfolk collector and farmer George Milligen, who died in May, aged 94.
His collection, including fire engines and steam locomotives, raised more than £6m.
Mr Milligen rescued the Renault from a Norfolk scrapyard in 1939, paying £12.50 for it. Its previous owners included Robert Moorhead Beatty, of Heckmondwike.
Over 63 years, Mr Milligen amassed an impressive collection of vehicles at his farm in East Ruston, Norfolk.