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  • Austin A30 Four Door


    1955 Austin A30 Four Door Great little starter classic Lovely red interior Very good paint and chrome Running well, used regularly, good history Charming little starter classic has sound body, very good paint and chrome, combined with a lovely interior. Used regularly and running very well, has recently had a brakes overhaul, new radiator and exhaust. Odometer reading of just over 45,000 could be correct, backed up by many MOTs. Comes with a good history file and an workshop manual. Guide price: £4,950 suitable for printing Mobile: 07711 509600 Email: mark@pioneer-automobiles.co.uk Phone: 01635 248158 Viewing: By appointment only Copyright ©2017 Pioneer Autos Ltd

    • Year: 1955
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  • Austin 1930 EAS ULSTER Replica

    £30,000 £30,000

    This is a one owner car that has had nearly 2,300 man hours and almost £70,000 spent on her creation! If you are looking for the opportunity of a lifetime, here she is! I'll health forces her sale and whether you want to save thousands of hours or thousands of pounds here is the ONLY WAY I KNOW HOW! IMMACULATE, PERFECTION PERSONIFIED, ABSOLUTELY ORIGINAL and true to the original, you will not find a better car, in better condition, anywhere at this time! She starts on the button and runs PERFECT. Good luck and thank you for reading my advertisement.      

    • Engine size: 750
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  • Austin Mini Van 1962


    Austin Mini Van LHD in a very good unrestored condition very rare Very rare this 1962 Austin Mini Van. Originally delivered in Brussels, Belgium so also original LHD. Both the in- and outside are in a very good original and unrestored condition. The paint is in colour ‘Farina Grey’with a brown interior. The car has a 848CC 37 HP engine and a 4-speed manual gearbox. Runs and drives very good. An early Austin Mini Van in this original and unrestored condition, LHD is really very rare. Car has Belgian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1962
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  • Austin Mini Countryman De-Luxe

    £29,995 £29,995

    About this Austin Mini Countryman De-Luxe This lovely looking, London supplied Mini Estate is believed to be the second oldest surviving Austin Seven Countryman, its build date of 16th June 1960 being three months before the official launch date. As the Heritage certificate confirms, it was supplied in Tartan Red (as it is today) and with the plate that it still sports (4507 MH) to a Mr John Buck by Car Mart Limited and the date of despatch was 25th July 1960. The registration document infers that the car was then sold almost immediately to the the second owner, a Mr John Hurford who owned the car for the majority of its life. It subsequently made its way onto Ebay in 2011 where it was purchased by the third owner, Mr Nigel Howard who embarked on a sympathetic rebuild. The paint was refreshed to the tune of over £7000 and the woodwork removed, refinished and refitted although the interior Longstone vinyl trim and and cloth headlining have been retained. The original engine and mechanicals have been rebuilt and detailed and there are invoices for whatever was needed. The fourth and final owner sold it to us and we drove it back from deepest darkest Devon to our Dealership in Sussex.

    • Mileage: 78000 mi
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  • AUSTIN MINI Van 998cc 1979

    £9,995 £9,995

    Produced between 1960 and 1983, the Mini Van is the utility version of the famous British car. Thanks to its flat floor and the lack of rear seat, it can carry up to 250 kg of goods. Due to their utility use, vans became very rare because they were used without care. This lovely Austin Mini Van had an extensive restoration in 2013 and has 58,000 recorded miles. It is fitted with a 998 cc engine and will come with a fresh MOT. The engine, interior and bodywork on this mini are excellent and is a very good solid Mini Van. We have been out for a drive in it and she it runs smoothly through all the gears and is a great fun van to drive.;She really is a fantastic Austin Mini Van which would be a lovely addition to any collection, you will not be disappointed with her and viewing is highly recommended. The whole concept of purchasing a light commercial for private classic motoring combined with its advertising potential is one we have enjoyed for many years and proved to be an enormous success. Without doubt the most economical and successful form of advertising known to man! Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.

    • Mileage: 58000 mi
    • Engine size: 998
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  • Austin Ten Cambridge

    £6,950 £6,950

    1937 Austin Ten Cambridge Very sound example, Gearbox re-built, re-wired, clutch re-lined Good history including 2 buff logbooks Re-furbished interior Very good paint, sunroof opens Good pre-war example is very sound, paintwork is very good, interior has been re-upholstered with new headlining and carpets, all professionally done to a high standard, sunroof opens, drives nicely with sweet engine, gearbox was rebuilt and clutch re-lined in 2011, not many miles ago, rewired at same time, stainless steel exhaust, two original buff logbooks, interesting history file, some spares. Guide Price: £6,950 suitable for printing Mobile: 07711 509600 Email: mark@pioneer-automobiles.co.uk Phone: 01635 248158 Viewing: By appointment only Copyright ©2017 Pioneer Autos Ltd

    • Year: 1937
    For sale
  • AUSTIN A35 Light Van 948cc 1960 Manual 0 Petrol Grey

    £8,995 £8,995

    For Sale I have my Austin A35 Van, I bought it not intending to sell but due to buy a house I sadly have to sell it, runs and drives lovely will be very much missed! It got used recently for my sister wedding were everyone commented and said how they loved it! Its a great way to advertise/promote your buisness or just to keep as an investment as these are very rare and slowly going up in value.

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  • Austin A35 Van 1968

    €14,950(£13,147.03) €14,950(£13,147.03)

    Austin A35 Van 1968 LHD fully restored This fabulous Austin A35 Van was fully restored and provided with the original Austin Florentine Blue paint with new chrome. The interior is also new and provided with red leather upholstery with the dashboard in colour of the paint. This very rare Austin A35 Van is perfect for publicity purposes. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1968
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  • Austin Metro

    £3,995 £3,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. Possibly the best existing Austin Metro City 310 Van with just 17,156 miles. EQUIPMENT All steel unitary construction, anti-burst locks, grey rolled steel bumpers, zinc primed body, hydragas suspension, integral front spoiler, locking fuel filler, twin black door mirrors, rear wash/wipe, laminated windscreen, twin sun visors with docket pockets, high lift tailgate, heated rear window, brake pad warning indicator, trip recorder. Van features; Full steel loadspace bulkhead with welded mesh upper section, steel loadfloor extension, load space side panel protection, loadspace lamp, 310kg payload. Factory options; Vinyl seat facings. EXTERIOR This virtually extinct Metro City 310 Van is preserved to an incredible standard and the factory applied White Diamond paintwork, (Code NMN), is amazing with only very faint imperfections visible. Worthy of mention are a tiny ding to the driver’s door and one to the offside rear arch. The underside is free from heavy application of underseal to allow inspection of the vehicles structural integrity. All trim sections are pristine and the 310 boot lid badge remains fitted along with supplying dealer number plates, tax disc holder and rear screen sticker. The rear load area is unbelievably clean for an unrestored example and the boot floor hatch conceals the spare wheel along with the original jack, wheel brace and tyre lever all still in the Styrofoam moulding! With just three devoted keepers from new, this has to be the luckiest Metro van ever made! INTERIOR Wonderfully sparse yet functional, this really is everything you need and nothing else! The seats are trimmed in factory optional Flint Vinyl, (Code LCG), with matching door cards and vinyl floor coverings. It is hard to justify describing the cabin space as anything other than perfect with absolutely no wear to the seats or flooring. The fascia, headlining and switchgear are all flawless, and what little equipment there is operates exactly as it should. The exceptionally low mileage is proven with the steering wheel and gear knob retaining all texture and definition. Guaranteed to stir up fond nostalgia, it is impossible not to sit in the driver’s seat and smile. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The legendary and time proven A-plus engine of 1275cc displacement needs no introduction with robust simple mechanics and excellent parts availability. Producing a spirited 62bhp and 72 lb/ft of torque, this spritely Metro can hold its own in modern traffic and is tremendous fun with Mini like road manners. The clean engine bay displays factory plates and stickers, and stampings to the factory panels are clearly visible. The four speed all synchromesh gearbox delivers light and exact changes with the feel of a very low mileage example. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The standard steel wheels in superb order remain with the car and are shod in the factory supplied and commercial vehicle specific Michelin TDXE 160/65 R315 tyres. Whilst excellent tread remains, renewal prior to regular use is advisable. The dual circuit hydraulic brake system with circuit failure monitor pull the car up quickly and safely. HISTORY FILE A well-known example within the Metro Owners Club and the subject of a main feature in the August 2015 edition of Classic Van and Pick-up magazine, this Metro Van is very special. Supplied new by Austin Rover Main Dealers, Lex Rover of Cheltenham, this 1989/1990 model year example was kept at the dealership until being registered on 6th July 1992. The first owner, an elderly gentleman Mr Harry Chadwick, purchased the van having driven commercial vehicles throughout his working life and preferring them to cars. Mr Chadwick kept the van, always dry stored, for over 20 years at which point the second keeper, Mr Simeon Akister, purchased it to remind him of his student days driving one whilst working for a hotel in the Lake District. Sold by KGF Classic Cars to an opticians who used the vehicle sparingly for advertising purposes this vehicle is now ready for the next lucky custodian. The history file is comprehensive with the original Lex Rover plastic wallet containing all original handbooks, guides and point of sale literature, even down to the salesman’s business cards and the welcome letters from Rover. A large collection of invoices and old MOT certificates provide just an insight to just how well cared for this van is. Exceptionally rare in any condition, this wonderful Metro 310 Van is unrepeatable in such preserved state and represents a delightful slice of motoring history along with legends such as the Morris Mini Van and Morris Pick-up. MOT August 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/_MAW22Ktbj0 To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskEbHH1a 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    • Year: 1992
    • Mileage: 17156 mi
    • Engine size: 1.3
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  • clic mini

    £2,250 £2,250

    1983 clic mini, 1275 engine, has MOT, its taxed and insured and drives great, mechanically the car is sound however does need paint work and interior has seen better days however its all there and in usuable original condition, recently had plugs coil leads distributer condenser ect, new head gasket and big valve head fitted last year so its an absolute rocket for a little Mini, only selling as since starting new job its been in the garage all summer and not had chance to use it once

    • Mileage: 75000 mi
    • Engine size: 1275
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  • Austin 7 Cambridge Special

    £17,950 £17,950

    Austin’s revolutionary 7 was undoubtedly one of the motoring success stories of the 1920s and 30s with nearly 300,000 cars being sold between 1922 and 1939. As well as being affordable they were practical, reliable and surprisingly roomy for such a small car. They were available with a variety of body styles including saloons, tourers, sports cars, vans, racing cars and even a military version - if the factory could not provide what you wanted you could also go to specialist coachbuilders such as Swallow and Gordon England for something different! As time passed and cars fell into disrepair they started to attract special builders who could put together anything from a real home-made “bitsa” to a very professional looking job. It is hardly surprising that some of these special builders turned their hobby into businesses supplying kits or components to help you turn your derelict Austin 7 into a useable motor car - two obvious examples being Colin Chapman with his Lotus and Jen Marsh (the Mar of Marcos) with his Speedex. Another person who is perhaps better known to A7 afficionados than to the wider public is L. M. “Bill” Williams of Auto Conversions which later became Cambridge Eng

    • Year: 1934
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  • 1958 Austin A35 2 Door Saloon

    £9,950 £9,950

    A well maintained 2 Door A35 Saloon in very good order and a delight to drive. Recent full respray in Palm Green with nicely contrasting original green seats Just 5000miles since being restored Unleaded cylinder head conversion Original rubber floor mats and headlining etc Original positive earth system with specially wired SatNav/Phone Charger socket MOT and Tax Exempt Just fitted with 4 brand new radial tyres and new front lever arms With many 2 door examples now being used for racing these are becoming rare to find in nice original condition.

    • Year: 1958
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  • Austin Seven Trials Special


    This car was built up in New Zealand and used successfully in trails there, winning many trophies. Ideal for 750 Motor Club events. Chassis is a cut down Ruby to Chummy dimensions. 2 bearing 1 1/8th. crank. Fully balanced clutch. Flattened cam followers. 12v, no dynamo 1" SU Engine set back. 4-speed Ruby gearbox and diff. Competition only, not registered for the road. Very good low down torque. A very well made special, tight and great fun to drive, not a lot of money!

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  • Austin Mini 1988 for sale

    £3,150 £3,150

    Reluctant sale only 58k miles on the clock also included are the original mayfair steering wheel and door handles plus a decent Sony CD player Car has been garaged and has regular short runs during the week.Both cills renewed along with one A panel and front floor pans. First to view will buy Car has been serviced each year since owned

    • Mileage: 58440 mi
    • Engine size: 998
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  • Austin 20 Hp Long


    This is a rare opportunity to aquire the 1917 Austin 20 EXP1 prototype. This was the pre-production model which was used for the press and carries a lot of history with it. Edgar Wren, Austin's test driver, took this very car on a nation-wide trip drumming up sales while another sales organiser, using just photographs of the car along with its specifications went off to take orders. This worked out so successful that by July 1919 6 million pounds worth of orders had been taken, so much so that they had to stop taking orders of cars to be produced for 1920. These cars were know for being very reliable and continuing to work long past when other cars of its time had reached the end of their life. It was the first car Austin released after the war and before the majority of other manufactures had recovered. OB6912 was designated P1 for 'post war' and this can be seen on the plate on the cars dashboard. It was a very impressive car when it was released and still is to this day. With good top speed in excess of 60mph, smooth running and easy gear changes it was a very luxurious car, comparable to a Bentley of its era. The black leather interior is in beautiful condition and everything works as it should. This has been loving restored to a very high standard and looks superb. Over the last 100 years this car has featured in various magazines, including 'The Autocar' (November 1918) and 'The Advocate' (July 1919) which I have Photocopies of. I also have an original issue of 'The Automobile' from August 2009 where the car has a 4 page article written about it. When 'The Autocar' wrote its article about the car in 1918 they declared that "the car is distinctly smart in appearance" and spoke highly of the car. The hand controls on the steering wheel include air, throttle and magneto and the clutch, brake and throttle pedal are just as they'd be in a modern car. This car is a true piece of British motoring History Price on application and part exchange considered

    • Year: 1917
    For sale
    Luke Gerrard Halstead
  • Austin Mini

    £2,695 £2,695

    998 cc ,1987 D reg,Mayfair auto,50342 genuine miles ,turquoise,mot March 18,no advisories  ,serviced ,lovely solid mini clic,looks and drives lovely,   been restored 2010-2012,has colour coded turquoise and red check interior,Sony cd player ,perfect first car,ideal show car £2695 o.v.n.o Polegate East Sussex 07737-986652 evenings best 

    • Mileage: 50342 mi
    • Engine size: 998
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  • Austin Mini 30 1989 £4000

    £4,000 £4,000

    Clic Mini 30 £4000ono Excellent condition and with improvements from the original design. Stage 1 tuning consisting of long centre branch exhaust manifold leading to a 2" stainless centre exhaust. Cone air filter and change of carburettor needle to suit. Electronic Ignition.  Adjustable height suspension. Adjustable front tie bars. Adjustable gas shock absorbers. 13"x7" Alloy wheels with a split rim design. Gold spokes and alloy outer wheel. Wide body coloured wheel arches to suit wheels. Minifin rocker box cover Oil pressure guage Aluminum interior door furniture. 69000 miles New mot July 2017 For recent mot, New rear subframe Reconditioned trailing arm bearings New rear sub mountings and bushings Rear shock absorber replaced All work completed by excellent mechanic at a local garage. Last 12months Front wheel bearings replaced Reconditioned front brake caliper Last 24 months New high capacity water pump New aluminium radiator New duplex timing gear

    • Mileage: 68500 mi
    • Engine size: 998
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  • Austin Seven Single Seater


    This competition car was built from scratch using new & reconditioned parts throughout. The works were undertaken by specialists & is finished to a high standard. The car is ready for shakedown, then competition at Sprints, Hill Climbs & Circuits with the 750 Motor Club & the VSCC, although the car would need some modification to gain a "Buff Form". A write-up of the build & specification is available on request. Potentially a very quick car.

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  • AUSTIN MINI 1000 998cc 1978 Manual 67000 Petrol Blue

    £5,650 £5,650

    I'm selling my Mini 1000 1978 Azure Blue With Brown Strip Original Trim, Only Covered 67,000 Miles ;The story in short:;I purchased the mini off a gentleman that did 90% of the refurb but then needed to sell due to lack of space, he had it for nearly 4 years which he slowly did the refurbishment, I have photos of the rebuild from start to finish. The reason he did such an intensive rebuild is because he bought the mini off his friend who owned it for 19 year but left it sitting in a barn and over the years became very rotten hence why it was stripped down and totally resprayed and engine rebuild. Once I got it I did a little detailing because I like my cars to look totally orignal I put new bumpers on, mirrors, front grill, alternator and other service things and it runs lovely now, I did the London to Brighton back in May and few other events it will be missed once sold! ;I do believe these little cars are slowly going up in value and would be a great little investment. I have had a look what else is for sale and these 70's mini's are really shooting up in value! ;Anyway please call for any information

    • Mileage: 67000 mi
    • Engine size: 998
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  • Austin Mini

    £14,995 £14,995

    FOR SALE A splendid Austin Seven Basic Mini Saloon in show condition EQUIPMENT All steel unitary construction, double-dip headlamps with foot operated dip switch, hinged rear number plate, sliding windows, one sun visor, floor mounted starter switch, central instrument dial, oil pressure warning lamp, drivers seat adjustable, wide door pockets, flashing indicator stalk, fresh air heater, front ashtray. EXTERIOR This stunning very early Austin Mini is finished in hard wearing Farina Grey, (Code GR11), and is virtually flawless with an impressive glossy shine. Being the Basic model no bright inserts are found in the window rubbers and correct features such as the body colour petrol filler cap and rear number plate lamp in black remain fitted. Considered by some as running prototypes the early production models had distinguishing features such as the non-recessed glass apertures and flat sills. These cars were 50kg lighter than the standard production car. The wavy chrome grill and correct boot script are in excellent order. Wheel arch apertures are incredibly clean and the underside is body coloured. Cuteness in abundance! INTERIOR Being the Basic model the seats are finished hard wearing Grey Woven Cloth that have been meticulously recreated by Hunters of Brora Ltd and look absolutely fabulous. The cream Austin speedo is beautifully preserved and sits fully functional on the painted board dash lining. Unique features are still fitted such as the flat switch panel, centre hinged sun visor and the rear view mirror with a long slender stem and pinch bracket to hold the glass finished in crackle black. Thick pile grey carpeting and matching woven cloth door cards have been professionally tailored and replace the rubber mats. The floor mounted starter button remains in situ. Simply divine. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION A water cooled, overhead-valve four-cylinder engine mounted transversely has a cubic capacity of 848cc and produces 34bhp. The engine is whisper quiet and is still the factory supplied unit with matching numbers. Early production car features such as the metal oil filler cap and metal filler caps for the master cylinders are still fitted. The correct DR2 wiper motor and heater take off tap accessed from the engine bay on top of the head is fitted. The cylinder head has been converted to run on unleaded. The engine bay has been detailed for bonnet-up showing and creating a ‘wow’ factor The original 4-speed gearbox works well and is operated via the correct straight gear stick as fitted only to early cars. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Pristine JBW Minilight alloy wheels with new Falken 145/80 R10 tyres have been fitted. Braking to all four wheels is hydraulically operated by a pendant pedal with two leading shoes at the front. The handbrake lever is the correct type with the chrome button. HISTORY FILE Built on the 18th November 1959 this example is one of the most iconic of all the Minis as it was built within the first three months of the public launch date of the 26th August 1959 as confirmed by the Heritage Motor Centre. These early built cars possess a uniqueness with individual build differences before full scale production, standardisation and the ‘facelift’ in October 1960. With only three owners from new this example has a fascinating history all catalogued in the history file. The first owner enjoyed the car for six years before a Mr Mucklejohn purchased the car for his son, Ian, in 1965. Only used by Ian for two years before being hit head-on by a Ford Cortina. Fortunately Ian suffered only minor injuries and even kept the newspaper extract dated the 10th February 1967 where the Cortina driver was fined £10 with a licence endorsement! A Front End number of FE68802 confirms dating of August 1960 to the body after the repairs. While the vehicle was being repaired Ian purchased a Hillman Imp which he preferred to drive so once the Mini was returned it lay idle and unused. In 1999 after 32 years of being off the road Ian decided to have the vehicle restored to ‘as new’ condition with an invoice presented for the privilege of £14,726.90. After 50 years of ownership KGF Classic Cars were delighted to sell the car to the third keeper, Mr Robin Guest who has now decided to sell in order to concentrate on his primary passion, motorcycles. A history file comprising of wonderful period artefacts including letters, photos and period literature are included along with a certificate from the 1959 Mini Register & Mini Magazine identifying this example as a surviving 1959 Mini and thus formed part of the Mini 50th anniversary celebrations. MOT Exempt, Tax Exempt, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/P46Kl02SWq0 To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/nC623E 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    • Year: 1959
    • Mileage: 8226 mi
    • Engine size: 0.8
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