Superb example of the fabulous Corniche coupé. Low mileage, full repaint, fantastic interior, new MoT, personal plate included.
First registered on 1 January 1977, this is a 1976 build example of the remarkably rare Jaguar XJ coupé. One of the most beautiful cars produced by Jaguar, certainly out of its full four-seater models, the XJC only lasted from 1975 to 1977 and was never available in the US.
This is an outstanding Mulliner-bodied 20/25 with rare creased wings, twin mounted wheels, P100 lamps and totally original interior. It is in good condition throughout and has recently had a fortune spent on perfecting mechanical aspects.
This excellent Maserati 3200 GTA is current used on a daily basis and allows the excitement and prestige of supercar driving at less than £10k
Anyone who knows Maseratis will be familiar with the 3200GT models launched in the late 1990s which brought Maserati back into the public eye. Not everyone knows about the 2001 special limited edition of the 3200 called Assetto Corsa (race trim). Much more focused on the racetrack this was a car for the Maserati purist.
This RHD walk-through Devon conversion VW Camper is in very good condition and has had over £16000 spent on it since 2008 making it a strong, robust example that has proven reliability. It has been used for long distance touring over the past few years and has a superb engine and gearbox giving it a more solid feel when driving than is the case with some VW Transporters of this age.
This Shadow is in VGC with the unusual colour of black over peacock blue with blue leather. It has done only 71k miles and has a good maintenance history. Drives beautifully and is ready to use.
The Z3 was a very successful dip into the water of two-seater sportscar manufacture for BMW. Outside of the much more expensive separate M-series cars, until 2000 the 2.8 (2,793 cc) straight-six engined model was the top of the range until it was replaced by the 3.0 litre engine.
The name of Aston Martin resonates throughout British automotive history and is one of the true legends. The DB7 is the famous Ian Callum design which effectively saved Aston Martin and put it where it is today. Own a part of the story!
This excellent Jaguar in the classic colour combination of Old English White with red leather has only covered 68k miles and drives superbly. It has had an interesting history abroad and although over 50 years old provides a reliable and comfortable car with an impressive performance.
This superb Bentley has only covered 32k miles with a full service history and has only two owners the first being Sheikh bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Ruler of Dubai.