About this Austin Healey 100/6 Launched in 1956 the 100/6 Austin Healey was two inches longer than the 100/4 that it had succeeded, the bodywork was face-lifted to include a smaller, wider radiator grille placed lower, an air scoop was added to the bonnet, and the windscreen was fixed. More importantly the four-cylinder Austin A90 Atlantic engine was replaced by BMC's six-cylinder C Series engine from the Austin Westminster. The 100/6 was initially available in 2+2 guise (BN4), with the two-seater (BN6) version like the sale car following in 1957. Our 1957 Overdrive example is very smartly presented with Red bodywork; believed to be an original RHD car sold new in South Africa, and enjoyed by just one owner there in a warm climate until their passing. Apparently then bequeathed to his niece in Australia, the car was taken to that country and then traded for an MG. Acquired in Australia by the last keeper, he imported it back to England in 2014, but sadly illness now dictates its sale. Echoing the BMC rally cars of its era the interior though is rather smarter than that of the spartan competition machines of the period it features Red-piped Black vinyl bucket seats, Red-edged Black
About this Daimler V8 2.5 Launched late in 1962 the 2.5 V8 was the first Jaguar designed car to have the Daimler badge; it was essentially a rebadged Jaguar Mark 2 fitted with Daimler's Edward Turner designed lightweight 2.5-litre V8 engine and drive-train, that had been proven in the Daimler SP250 (Dart) sports car. Exterior details were a Daimler fluted grille and rear number plate surround, distinctive wheel trims and badges. Interior details included a split-bench front seat from the Jaguar Mark 1 and a black enamel steering wheel. Most cars were fitted with power-assisted steering but it was optional. Automatic transmission was standard; manual, with or without overdrive, became an option in 1967. A casual observer, though not its driver, might mistake it for a Jaguar Mark 2. The Daimler's stance on the road was noticeably different from a Mark 2. Three years after its launch, a Daimler 2½-litre V8 saloon with automatic transmission tested by the Britain's Autocar magazine in May 1966 had a top speed of 112 mph and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 13.6 seconds and has a distinct V8 burble. Ours was first registered in November 1964, was the subject of an extensive restoration
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About this Jaguar S-Type SE V6 First registered May 2002 and presented in Sapphire Blue with Warm Charcoal leather and in very good condition having just three owners. Specified from new with: Electrochromic Exterior Powerfold Mirrors, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and Cruise Control plus Electrically Adjustable Front Seats. Full Service History to 80,000 miles in 2010 and used sparingly since then. This car will be serviced by us at sale and be supplied with a six months warranty. Good value at under £3,000 with our warranty!
About this Jaguar XJ TDVI V6 SOVEREIGN First registered April 2009 with just 38,000 miles recorded this is a highly sought after Sovereign specification Jaguar 2.7 D saloon, finished in lovely Pearl Grey Metallic with Ivory Rouched Softgrain Leather piped in Mocha. In absolutely superb condition as befits the recorded mileage. The massive specification includes: 19 Inch Polaris Alloys, Exterior Electrochromic Powerfold Mirrors, Front and Rear Parking Aid, CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Heated Rear Seats, Drivers and Front Passenger 16 Way Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory and Satellite Navigation. The Service History shows seven Jaguar Main Dealer service stamps, two with Perry's of Huddersfield and the remaining five with HA Fox of Leeds, last serviced at 34,500 miles in January 2016. Almost impossible to find at this age with such low mileage and such a huge amount of luxury motor car for a small outlay.
About this Jaguar E-Type Series II Roadster Introduced in 3.8-liter form in 1961, the Jaguar E-Type caused a sensation when it appeared, with instantly classic lines and a 150mph top speed. Nowadays it would be impossible for a single model to cause such a stir but here was a civilized production sports car that looked like a Le Mans prototype and could outperform just about anything else on the road. The E-Type’s design owed much to that of the racing D-Type: a monocoque tub forming the main structure while a tubular space frame extended forwards to support the engine. The latter was the 3.8-liter, triple-carburettor, ‘S’ unit first offered as an option on the XK150. An optimistic 265bhp was claimed but whatever the installed horsepower, the E-Type’s performance did not disappoint; firstly because it weighed around 500lb (227kg) less than the XK150 and secondly because aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer used experience gained with the D-Type to create one of the most elegant and efficient shapes ever to grace a motor car. The first significant up-grade occurred in October 1964 with the launch of the 4.2-litre version. Along with the bigger, torquier engine came a more user-friendly gear
About this Jaguar XK Convertible First registered September 2007 (57 Reg). Presented in Lunar Grey with Ivory Leather in very good overall condition and just two owners from new. The specification includes: 20 Inch Senta Alloy wheels, Reverse Park Control and Front Parking Aid, Supersports CATS Suspension, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Rain Sensitive Wipers, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Powerfold Mirrors, Driver and Front Passenger Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory and Cruise Control. The Service History shows six stamps all recorded with a single Jaguar Main Dealer.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 Coupe First registered January 2004 (53 Reg) this 2004 model year XK8 Coupe is presented in the rare and sought after Jaguar Racing Green Metallic with Cashmere Leather just 2 owners and 70,000 miles recorded this car is in very good condition and benefits from a full Jaguar Main Dealer Service History. The specification includes an number of factory options which include Electrochromic Mirrors, Reverse Park and Powerfold Mirrors. Factory fit includes: CD Autochanger, plus Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable Seats. The absolutely superb Service History shows 11 stamps with the same East Sussex based Jaguar main dealer.
About this Jaguar XK XK8 S - Convertible First registered December 2005 (55 Reg) this 2006 Model Year "S" White Badge XK8 is one of the last X100 cars produced. Sold by us in August this year now unexpectedly and back with us for sale due to a most unfortunate health issue of the last keeper. Presented in Copper Black a colour way reserved exclusively for the "S" Model with Ivory Leather. These late model cars had a massive specification which includes: Electrochromic Exterior Mirrors, Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Driver Memory, 19 Inch Atlas Wheels, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Rain Sensitive Wipers, heated Front Windscreen, Reverse park Control, Cruise Control, Satellite Navigation and Bluetooth Telephone Connectivity. The Service History shows eight Jaguar Main Dealer stamps to 39,000 miels in January 2015 plus a stamp from ourselves at 40,500 miles when last supplied by ourselves in August this year. The White Badge cars are rare and sought after with prices moving upwards with some velocity.
About this Jaguar XK Coupe First registered September 2007 (57 Reg) this XK Coupe is in very good condition and presents well in very popular Ebony Black with Ivory Leather. Options fitted to this car include: Electrochromic Mirrors, Front Park Aid, 19 Inch Carella Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry, Leather Steering Wheel and Powerfold Mirrors. Factory specification includes: Driver and Front Passenger 10 Way Electrically Adjustable Heated Seats with Memory, Headlamp Powerwash, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Xenon Headlights, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control, Supersports CATS Supension, Reverse Park Control and more... With the exception of one theoretically unnecessary interim service at 25,000 miles the Service History shows jaguar Main Dealer stamps throughout, with seven stamps.
About this Ferrari Mondial 8 The Ferrari Mondial designed by Pininfarina of Turin was produced Ferrari between 1980 and 1993; concurrently, for part of that period, with Ferrari's 2-seater 308 GTB/GTS, 328, and 348 sports cars. All major mechanical systems in the Mondial, including engine, transmission, steering and suspension, are either identical to, or very similar to, those used on the matching 2-seater vehicles being produced at around the same time. At their core, all Mondials are fitted with a V8 engine; these engines comprise: a Ferrari-cast lightweight alloy V8 block with 90Â° bank-angle; a five-bearing, flat-plane crankshaft with belt-driven, quad overhead camshafts (two per cylinder bank). A five-speed, all-indirect manual transmission using a "dog-leg" selector pattern was the only transmission offered. Today, the Mondial 8 is considered one of Ferrariâ€™s most practical vehicles, due to its proven drive-train, four seats, and relatively low cost of maintenance (major services can be performed without removing the entire engine/transmission sub-frame). Our Extremely attractive Right Hand Drive example was first registered on ### 1982; resplendent in superb Argento paint
About this Aston Martin DB7 i 6 VOLANTE The DB7 i6 is based on a semi-monocoque shell with composite materials used for some outer panels; it is powered by a 24 valve light alloy six cylinder in-line 3,228 cc engine derived from the Jaguar AJ6 coupled with a Eaton Roots type Supercharger and Zytec electronic fuel injection. The power developed was a claimed 335 bhp at 5,600 rpm with a peak torque figure of 368lb.ft at 3,000 rpm. Typically 18 inch alloy wheels shod with 245/40 ZR18 Bridgestone Tyres provide contact with the road at each corner mounted on an independent wishbone suspension system that is coupled with coils springs and monotube dampers. Braking is provided by outboard Telvis anti-lock disc brakes. First registered May 1998 (R Reg) this two owner rare Manual transmission DB7 i6 Volante was built towards the last of quartile in the production of the six cylinder cars. Presented in immaculate Solent Silver with Grey Leather and Blue Hood this very low mileage example, just 19,800 miles has had just two owners from new. Originally supplied in Paris to its first keeper the Service History shows three stamps with Lancaster Sevenoaks and a further three stamps with an Aston
About this Ferrari 308 GTS LHD Perhaps one of the most recognisable designs ever penned for Ferrari by Pininfarina is that of the 308 GTB which was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1975; the 308 was an instant hit and it came to define late '70s and early '80s sports cars. The power-plant was a transversely mounted V8 of a 90 degree configuration, with belt-driven twin overhead camshafts. Suspension was all-independent. At the 1977 Frankfurt Motor Show the Targa topped 308 GTS was introduced. All GTS's used a wet sump engine and were steel-bodied and featured a removable roof panel with grained satin black finish, which can be stowed behind the seats when not in use. In 1980 Bosch K-Jetronic mechanical fuel injection was added and coupled to a Marelli MED 803A Digiplex electronic ignition system, incorporating a coil, distributor and ignition module for each bank of cylinders. These modified engines produced 211 bhp, whilst the whole car weighed in at just under 1,300 kilos Our example presented in Rosso Red with Beige leather was first registered in Milan Italy in September 1981. In September 2014 the car was imported into the UK having been acquired from a specialist dealer
About this Land Rover Defender 90 TD XS STATION WAGON First registered September 2011, (61 Reg) presented in Santorini Black this XS Specification Defender XS 90 is in very good condition and has clearly been looked after. The specification includes: Ventilated Disc Brakes, Air-conditioning, 16 Inch Boost Alloys, Single Slot CD Radio with MP3/Aux, Heated Drivers and Front Passenger Seats, Heated Front Windscreen and Electric Front Windows. The Service History shows three Main Dealer service stamps at: 7.600; 16,650 and 26,400 miles; there are two further specialist garage services at 35,300 and 40,100 miles.
About this Porsche Boxster First registered February 2003 (52 Reg) in Basalt Black with Black Leather, 17 Inch Alloys and Black Calipers. In very good condition with the benefit of Bose Sound System. The Service History shows Eight Porsche Main Dealer Services and two with Specialist Garages. A very well maintained example that represents great value for money.
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About this Jaguar E-Type Series 1½ FHC This superb Jaguar E-Type Series 1½ FHC is a July 1968 built car, with matching numbers confirmed by its Heritage Certificate. As far as we can reasonably determine it has just 44,000 miles recorded from new. While Jaguar itself never recognised a "Series 1½" or "Series 1.5", over time, this sub-category has been recognised by the Jaguar Owners Club of Great Britain. The 4.2 litre Series 1 was made in model years 1965-1967 whilst the Series 1½ cars were made in model year 1968, the hardtop versions of the Series 1½'s having chassis numbers 1E34250 - 1E35815. Originally a European 2.88 rear axle Tri-Carb specification car; our example was supplied to the German Jaguar Importer and racing driver Peter Linder (co-owner of the famous Linder/Nocker lightweight E-Type which he raced at Le Mans in 1964). There are four German owners (three private and one business) documented in the original German papers which are present, along with a buff logbook called 'Kraftfahrzeugbrief' this is fully stamped and verifies the above information and the ownership history below: The first owner was Dr Walter Roll of Lindau who first registered that car on 23 Augus
About this Jaguar XK XK First registered March 2011 (11 Reg) this XK 5.0 Litre Convertible was sold by us to its current owner in July 2015. With just 36,000 miles recorded and presented in very good Ultimate Black Metallic with Ivory Leather, these 5.0 Litre cars bought the XK8/R line of cars to the pinnacle of luxury, performance and drive-ability. The specification of this car includes: 19 Inch Caravela Alloys, Jaguar Premium Surround Sound System, DAB Radio, Driver and Front Passenger 10 Way Electrically Adjustable Variably Heated Seats with Memory Function, Front and Rear Parking Aid, Heated Front Windscreen, Cd Autochanger, Headlamp Powerwash, Heated Powerfold Mirrors and Satellite Navigation. Initially a Jaguar Fleet car the Service History shows three services with Lancaster Jaguar at 11,600; 17,800 and 22,600 miles. We serviced the car at 26,300 miles and in August this year at 36,000 miles HA Fox of Southampton carried out a further service. In all a well maintained example in lovely condition and today £50,000 less than when new.
About this Aston Martin DB7 VANTAGE Building on the success of the in-line 6 cylinder DB7 i6 the new Vantage Coupe and Volante models were unveiled at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show featuring an all new 420bhp, 48 valve 6.0 Litre V12 all alloy engine, developed in close co-operation with the Ford Research and Vehicle Technology Group and Cosworth Technology. To cope with the massive increase in power, much of the chassis and suspension was extensively modified together with larger Brembo brakes. First registered April 2002 (02 Reg) this very good DB7 Vantage Coupe was supplied by us to its last keeper in November 2015 with 63,000 miles recorded, our customer has now upgraded and we are pleased to offer this car once again. Finished in Stronsay Silver with two tone Charcoal and Light Grey Hide, plus Burr Walnut Veneers this car benefits from: 19 Inch Alloys Nine Spoke Alloys, Heated Front Windscreen and Heated Electric Seats additionally this car is fitted with the Tiptronic Gearbox option. Initially supplied by the Murray Motor Company who serviced this car at 800; 9,000; 16,000; 21,000; 28,000; 34,000; 45,000 and 52,000 miles. We carried out a major service and fitted new coil packs a
About this Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 FHC By 1971, the Jaguar's E-Type had been in production for a decade. Despite continual improvements, legislation in the American market threatened to strangle the big cat's performance. Jaguar responded in the shape of a 5343cc V12 engine. The new engine was both effortlessly powerful and eerily refined. "The turbine-like smoothness with which the engine provides a sustained shove in the back is almost uncanny; with some 272bhp and 304lbft of torque on tap, the Series III E-Type once again had 150mph in its sights. A revised wheelbase yielded better cabin space and together with wider tracks front and rear, new anti-dive front suspension geometry and fatter tyres gave improved road holding. Imbued with a more muscular stance thanks to its flared wheel arches, re-profiled wings and larger grille, it also benefited from vented disc brakes and a restyled interior. This very good Signal Red, UK Right Hand Drive example was supplied by Fletchers of Swansea and first registered in December 1972, we supplied the car to its last keeper in April last year and are please to have been able to acquire the car back from him. Having spent some of its life
About this Jaguar XJ V6 First registered September 2003 (53 Reg) presented in Quartz Grey with Dove Grey Leather. With just two owners and 37,500 miles recorded the Jaguar XJ V6 is in lovely condition as befitting its low recorded mileage. The specification includes: 17 Inch Elegant Alloy Wheels, Mirrors with Electrochromic Function, Front and Rear Parking Aid, CATS Adaptive Damping, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Heated Front Windscreen, CD Autochanger, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control and Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable Seats. The first owner who kept the car until 2008 had his servicing attended to by Lancaster Reading. The car was then sold with just 11,000 miles recorded by Lancaster Sevenoaks with the benefit of a service at point of sale. The second keeper had Lancasters sevice the car twice more, in 2009 and 20010, and has more recently relied upon the Kent Jag Centre in Sevenoaks to service the car which they have done at: 26,000; 29,000 and 33,000 miles.
About this Aston Martin Vantage V8 ROADSTER First registered June 2008 (08 Reg) and presented in Meteorite Silver with Phantom Grey Leather, Alloy Fascia and Black Hood this Sportshift model with just 44,500 miles recorded is in very good condition throughout. The specification includes: 19 Inch Seven Spoke Alloys, Battery Conditioner, Bluetooth, Grey Brake Calipers, Cruise Control, Bright Finish Grille, HID Headlights with Powerwash and Leveling, Electrically Adjustable Drivers and Front Passenger Seats with Heating and Driver Memory, Powerfold Mirrors and Satellite Navigation. The Service History is entirely with a single Aston Martin Main Dealer with seven stamps present in the record.
About this Land Rover Defender 110 STATION WAGON LWB First registered in September 2008 by the MOD under its lease plan for non-Combat vehicles with Lex Auto Lease; we acquired this very good example at the end of its contract term. We have sourced and sold a number of Land Rover Defender Station Wagons of this type and we have found not only have they been in high demand from our customers they are invariably very well maintained vehicles; as the MOD mandates that all its vehicles are checked for fluid levels and any malfunction every day they are driven. Given the demise of the Defender as we know it last year these vehicles in their standard livery and base form make a superb starting point for a Heritage Edition or similar custom project. Our example has a modest 48,000 miles recorded and since being with us has had a full overhaul and now stands ready for it new owner to enjoy as is or further develop into something extra special. Price excludes VAT
About this Jaguar XK XKR SUPERCHARGED First registered January 2002 (51 Reg) this XKR Convertible was sold by us to its current owner last summer with 53,500 miles recorded;as demonstrated by the minimal mileage in the past year our customer has decided with some regret to ask us to find a new owner for his car. Presented in Platinum Silver with Ivory leather and in very good overall condition this car has the following specification: 19 Inch Apollo Wheels, CATS Adaptive Damping, Headlamp Powerwash, Powerfold Exterior Mirrors, Rain Sensitive Wipers, CD Autochanger, Cruise Control, Reverse Park Control, Driver and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable and Heated Seats with Driver Memory. Prior to our supplying this car last year six Jaguar Main Dealer Services stamps had been applied to the record book, predominantly Guy Salmon and we serviced this car in September 2016 with 55,000 miles recorded.
About this Morgan Plus 8 Injection After a successful debut at the 1968 London Motor Show, production of the Morgan Plus 8 commenced initially in 3.5 Litre form then 3.9 Litre (1990), 4.0 Litre(1998 - 2004) with an optional 4.6L (1996 - 2000) all based on the same Land Rover block. While the traditionally styled Morgan's brick-like aerodynamics restricted top speed to around 125mph (more than fast enough for most people driving an open car) the Rover V8's 168bhp and 210lb/ft of torque made for supercar-league performance through the gears. Indeed, in its later 3.9-litre form, the Plus 8 proved quicker to 80mph than the contemporary Porsche 911 Turbo. Its lengthy production run has seen the Plus 8 alter little in outward appearance, save for ever widening wheel arches accommodating fatter rubber, yet beneath the skin the changes have been innumerable. Better gearboxes, fuel injection, rack-and-pinion steering, improved corrosion protection and paint, telescopic rear dampers, air bags and the obligatory catalytic converter have all become part of the Pus 8 picture over the years, along, of course, with bigger engines to offset the inevitable increase in weight. This 1993 3.9-litre Pl
About this Jaguar S-Type V8 R Supercharged First registered September 2005 (55 Reg) with just 32,000 miles recorded this rare S Type "R" is in superb condition with just two owners from new and presented in Platinum Silver with two tone Dove and Charcoal Contrasting Leather interior and Aluminium Veneers. The huge specification on this lovely car ex factory includes: 18 Inch Vulcan Alloys, CATS Suspension, Reverse Park Control, Servotronic Steering, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Windscreen, Satellite Navigation, Cruise Control, Powerfold Mirrors, Driver 16 Way and Front Passenger 12 Way Electrically Adjustable Variable Heated Seats with Memory. Additionally, this particular car was specified with Adjustable Pedals, Rain Sensitive Wipers and Bluetooth Connectivity. The Service History shows three stamps with the supplying dealer Stratstone at 7,300; 9,500 and 18,00 miles over the first six years of its life and two service by a single Specialist Garage at 25,000 and most recently 31,000 miles in March 2016. As stated a very rare car with such low mileage, values are firm and for low mileage examples like this on the rise, very much a future classic.
About this Porsche 911 Targa In 1966, two years after the original 911 coupe's introduction, a cabriolet version was announced; this was the 'Targa', named in honour of Porsche's numerous victories in the Sicilian classic. Anticipation of upcoming US safety legislation had prompted an ingenious approach to the open top 911; the Targa sporting a hefty roll-over bar to protect the occupants in the event of an inversion, together with removable roof and rear hood sections, which were stowed in the boot. From 1969 a quieter and less leak-prone fixed rear window replaced rear hood, and the ever-popular Targa would continue in this form well into the 1990s, sharing countless mechanical and styling developments with its closed roof cousin along the way. In 1974 all 911 variants received the 2.7-litre engine, hitherto reserved for the Carrera, when the latter went to 3.0 litres. Although in non-Carrera tune the 175bhp (DIN) 2.7-litre unit made slightly less power than the old '2.4', it had been skilfully reworked to produce significantly more torque over a much wider rev range and offered noticeably improved acceleration. Coupled to tolerance of low-lead petrol, vastly superior fuel consum
About this Jaguar S-Type V6 SPORT First registered March 2006 (06 Reg) with just 43,000 miles recorded this rare MANUAL TRANSMISSION car is a credit to it former keepers. Presented in very clean Radiance Red Metallic with two tone Light Sand and Charcoal Sport Leather interior and Aluminium Veneers. From the factory this car was equipped with 18 Inch Triton Wheels, Driver and Front Passenger 8/6 Way Electrically Adjustable Seats with Driver Memory, Reverse Park Control, Satellite Navigation and Cruise Control. The Service History shows two Jaguar Main Dealer stamps and Services with a single Specialist Garage. We will service this car at 45,000 miles prior to delivery to its next keeper.
About this Jaguar XJS C V12 TWR Edition Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) were closely associated with Jaguar, a relationship which started in 1982 with the successful entry of the Jaguar XJ-S into the European Touring Car Championship, chalking up a number of wins that year. The relationship continued and by 1988, TWR-Jaguar had taken its first Le Mans victory in a V12-powered XJR-9. Further success followed with a Le Mans win in 1990. This very good Jaguar XJS-C V12 was first registered in April 1987 and presented in Arctic Blue with Saville Grey Leather. It would appear that the first owner recorded around 60,000 miles during the first eight years of the car's life. Thereafter, three subsequent private owners are recorded. The most recent keper acquired the car in 2001 with approximately 70,000 miles recorded. There are sixteen Jaguar Main Dealer stamps in the service book the majority of these with Appleyard Rippon. This car is one of 710 home market automatic cars, less than half of these cars are believed to remain either on the road or SORN; as a TWR Edition this will be one of a very small number of cars that remain on the road today. With TWR options of Speedline Sports Wheels (
About this Jaguar XK 120 C Type by Realm The Heritage C-Type has been in production since the early 80ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s and to date over 500 examples have been built, these are as happy touring the country lanes as they are pushing to the limit on the local Race Circuits. Realm Engineering has been producing the Heritage C Type for the last 10 years and they have been able to develop the assembly side of the car in to a straight forward process. Unlike so many examples that have been poorly executed by hobbyist builders our example was professionally built in St Austell Cornwall by Rob Shephard of Classic Car Recreations and then expertly painted under his supervision again locally in Cornwall. Equipped with a Jaguar 3.4 litre engine from a 1985 XJ6 Series III and running correctly on twin SU carburettors. All of the invoices showing the supply of the kit of parts from Realm Engineering are on file. In our care we have rebuilt the engine and fitted a new main seal and improved the level of trim. The Individual Approval Certificate was issued on 20th October 2015 and the V5 was issued 1st March 2016. This car is now running beautifully and provides immediate access to an as new C