First registered on 29th March 1963 this is believed to be one of the very first Ford Consul Cortina 1500 Super ''Woody'' Estates produced. It was subject to a full restoration around 12 years ago and has covered less than 2000 miles since.Completely solid and in excellent mechanical condition the car is in largely original specification with just a few minor modifications which could easily be reversed by its new owner if desired. The paintwork is very good if not concours and the car drives really well. Although MOT exempt under the new regulations the car has a new MOT, with no advisories, which expires on 3rd October 2019. It is, of course , road tax payment exempt and HPI clear.This is a very rare car in lovely condition which needs to be seen and driven to be fully appreciated.
This lovely little 2CV is in very good order and an absolute hoot to drive!It's been significantly lowered, has modified steering arms to ensure the steering has not become too heavy, and has a modified induction system which gives it loads more go.It handles superbly and goes well enough to surprise other road users and provide its driver with loads of fun. The lower stance of the car looks great and it still rides really well but you now have to slow down a bit for speed humps and it certainly won't carry your basket of eggs unbroken across a field!The previous owner modified the car with the intention of fitting a BMW 1100 RT motorcycle engine but changed circumstances meant that this conversion wasn't completed. Many new parts were fitted and the result is a fantastic 2CV which retains its 602cc engine and all its eccentric character but now has greatly enhanced driver appeal.The car has a brand new MOT, with no advisories, which expires on 3rd October 2019 and it is, of course, HPI clear. Its very presentable bodywork is in the rare Bleu de Tropiques colour and the roof and interior are in good order.It won't be winning any prizes at your local car show and you'll probably incur the wrath of the 2CV purists but you really won't care because you'll be having so much fun driving this unique car whenever you can. It needs to be seen and driven and I'm confident that the first person who does so will buy it. And if that isn't the case I'll be happy to keep it and have some
This is a really lovely original Traveller which has had only four previous keepers and travelled only 80000 miles in its 54 year old life. Although road tax payment and MOT exempt, the car has a new MOT with no advisories, which expires on 12th October 2019. The history file includes the original Driver's Handbook in which the first owner made hand written notes of all the work carried out on the car, with dates and mileages, from new until 1984. This record, together with a stack of old MOTs confirm the accuracy of the 80000 miles shown.The Traveller is in lovely condition throughout and retains its original specification with very few changes, though the car has a brake servo fitted ( to original drum brakes), electronic ignition and a dash mounted dip switch. The engine was rebuilt in 2010 (invoice on file) and the car drives superbly. The previous owner of ten years regularly took the car abroad and the tow bar was fitted to pull his small camping trailer.There are many Travellers on the market but very few in this condition and I am confident that the first person to see and drive the car will buy it.Thank you for looking.
This is an excellent example of an early and rare RHD Renault 4.Owned by its previous keeper for six years the car has obviously been the subject of a great deal of care and attention and this is reflected in its lovely overall condition and the way it drives.Although road tax payment and MOT exempt, it has an advisory free MOT which expires in July 2019. It is, of course, HPI clear.Very few RHD Renault 4s of this age become available, and even fewer are in this condition. So this is something a little different to drive and enjoy immediately. Thank you for looking.www.arcars.co.uk