According to a buff card log book in the file this lovely Austin Ascot saloon was first registered on 30 th June 1934 to a Mr. Devon of London and a little bit of research confirms that its BMH654 registration is one of a series of numbers issued in London from May 1934 onwards. It has been in the care of its current owner since 2003 and has clearly been in regular use as everything appears to work well apart from a slow reading speedometer and the Hobson Telegauge fuel level indicator though it does come with a perfectly serviceable dip-stick! As far as I can see it is very original apart from having been repainted in 1970 from cherry red to primrose yellow with black wings and roof and at some stage the front seat cushions appear to have been recovered though they match the rear seats very well. The four door saloon coachwork is sound and makes no untoward rattling noises as you drive along and the doors open and close without dropping on their hinges. To be fair the some of the paintwork could do with a bit of tidying here and there but the general standard of its finish is good. The upholstery is smart with no tears in the seat backs or cushions and the door trims are complete
We are delighted to offer this beautifully presented Austin Heavy 12 Burnham Saloon onto the market. VX 3960 appears to be very correct and still retains a large amount of originality including its registration mark. The car has spent the past three/four years with one owner in the York, Selby area and over this time has proven completely reliable, usable and comes to us on the button and driving superbly. When initially purchased by the recent owner, the Austin was treated to a new water pump impeller, a new oil pressure gauge, new wiper motor and wiper arms. From the history file with the Austin, we know back in 2011 some major mechanical work was carried out. This included dismantling the engine and rebuilding it as necessary. New parts included gaskets, head studs, valve guides, valves, timing gears, timing chains, manifold studs and nuts and new sump bolts. Further work included fitting a new clutch, stripping and cleaning the Autovac and setting the brakes. VX 3960 drives very well with good steering, efficient brakes and the engine runs and performs beautifully. The four speed gearbox is a delight to use, the 12/4 cruises nicely and feels strong, robust and reliable. The Aus
Type: Used Year: 1987 Make: AUSTIN Model: MAESTRO Trim: Base Body: Hatchback Trans: Manual Mileage: 37675 Engine Size: 1275 Ext Color: MULTI-COLOURED
Austin 1100 1966 mot to July 2018 . (MOT exempt after April 2018) 42000 miles .3 previous owners clean car for age
Type: Used Year: 1983 Make: AUSTIN Model: MINI Trim: Base Body: Sedan Trans: Manual Mileage: Engine Size: 1330 Ext Color: RED
Type: Used Year: 1983 Make: AUSTIN Model: METRO Trim: Base Body: Hatchback Trans: Manual Mileage: 45000 Engine Size: 1275 Ext Color: Gold
Requiring no introduction, the Mk.I Mini Cooper ‘S’ 1275cc is perhaps the hottest car to own today, and de rigueur for any collector… Our car, a late 1967 build sold by Stringers Motors of Bournemouth in June ’68 is offered with its original registration it adorned then, sports its original colour scheme of Island Blue with Old English White roof and boasts just four former keepers making it surely a consideration to any prospective Cooper S purchaser? We won’t pretend this car is 100% original having been altered in the early 1980’s when used in fast-road and rally competitions as part of Colin McRae’s Aberdeen and District Motor Club, but it is genuine matching chassis and engine numbers; does carry a period charm; and is not priced at above £55,000 as many seem to believe is accurate! Our pocket-rocket Cooper is exceptionally quick thanks to its Stage 4 1293cc ‘S’ engine and ‘S’ box with lower final drive. It sports twin Dellorto down draught carburetors, forged Works pistons, stage 4 fully-ported big-valve ‘S’ head, fully-adjustable suspension, high-load sport clutch pressure plate and modified oil pressure relief valve. ‘MRU 788F’ was the subject of a comprehensive bare-metal restoration in 2002 with replaced or restored front wings, inner and outer ‘A’ posts, outer doorsteps, inner and outer sills, boot floor and battery box, complete offside rear arch, then stripped, seam-sealed and repainted topside and underneath. Despite the paint retaining a deep shine, after 15 years it could now be bettered. The retains many original features and parts including Grey and Gold Brocade rear seats and door cards, however, crushingly, the front seats were replaced by period style bucket seats many years ago, and the dashboard has been replaced to allow for more instrumentation which was necessary when campaigned. We’re certain these aspects could be reinstated if one chose, and this is why our asking price leaves enough ‘value’ left in the car for somebody to undertake this. Accompanied by BMIHT heritage certificate, current MOT, V5C and several past log books, a full DVLA record of owners, countless invoices and receipts and a whole host of photographs, we invite your sincere interest and viewing of this special little Mini.
Project needs to be trailered away stripped down with lots of new panels costing over £500 alone
POA Originally registered as OD4251 in December 1932 this delightful Austin 7 tourer has an extremely detailed history, covering the ownership from the 1930's, together with copious notes on the upkeep of the car since the late 1940's. Restored in the late 1990's with bills and receipts dating back to that period, the Austin has been in Jersey for nearly 20 years. The previous owner undertook a major rebuilt and improvement to the engine which is fully described in the accompanying folder. A very well maintained Austin 7 Tourer, with recently rebuilt 'Trials' specification engine, details of which can be provided on request. A very well documented car that has restored in the last twenty years, and very recently upgraded by Torque Engineering Attractive blue coachwork with black wings, with new duck hood, a slightly old restoration in excellent condition. Blue Rexene interior, with matching blue carpets. Excellent dashboard with correct instrumentation. The engine has been recently rebuilt engine by Torque Engineering, with Phoenix crank, balanced rods, pistons, Pigsty trials cam, lightened and balanced flywheel. Modified '37 Head.
1968, finished in its original colour scheme of Sandy Beige with Old English white roof, black interior, lots of history, old style log book, correct optional reclining seats, 4 1/2” J wheels, twin fuel tanks, Mota-Lita steering wheel, excellent example, they don’t often turn up as honest as this one.
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 listed for sale almost immediately and was purchased by 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 part exchanged it with us and we drove it back from deepest darke
• Austin Mini 1000 City E • First Registered 10/10/85.• Purchased by first owner 16/11/1985.• Bought by my mother 24/04/86 (3,701 miles).• I purchased it from my mother 14/05/07 when she could no longer drive. It has therefore had 3 owners but has been in our family since 1986.• It was professionally refurbished in August 2010 keeping everything to original spec.• It has original engine and interior - no modifications.• It has not had any damage or accident repairs.• It is kept under a carport.• 21,340 miles• MOT until June 2018 £4,750 ONO
The Austin 7 has become such an icon of inexpensive 1920s and 30s motoring that it is easy to forget that the company also produced several excellent larger models aimed at the middle/upper end of the market. This Salmons bodied two/four seat drop head coupe is a perfect example of the sort of Austin a well-off family of the 1930s would have been happy to own. The first thing that strikes you about the car is the quality of the bodywork, the grey and black paint finish, the blue leather interior trim, the blue carpets and its black hood – all of which are as good as anything I have seen for a long time. This impression continues when you look in the engine compartment and underneath the car – it is quite simply in remarkably good order throughout! Fortunately there are over 100 photographs in the file showing its structural and mechanical restoration from start to finish so you can see for yourself the amount of work that has been done on the car. The second thing which will impress you is the way it drives which is not only the outcome of its excellent restoration but is very much a result of Austin’s high quality design and manufacturing processes. The 16 hp 2.1 litre six cylinde
Originally supplied in April 1963 this very smart matching numbers Super De Luxe Mini is attractively presented in its original colour of Surf Blue with Blue interior. The detailed history file provides evidence of considerable recent expenditure on the bodywork, mechanics and interior, together with a photographic record of the work carried out. The car is also now fitted with a single Weber downdraft carb, larger bore exhaust system and reverse rim wheels. Recently set up on a rolling road, this Mini is great fun to drive and attracts attention wherever it goes. However, the owner has retained the standard carb, wheels and exhaust and the car could alternatively be supplied in standard trim. With Mini prices showing no sign of slowing down this example represents a very attractive and enjoyable investment.
6750 Originally launched in 1958, the Austin Healey Sprite went through four Marks, before the Healey name was dropped late in MK1V due to the Healey connection being discontinued in 1971, so the final 1,022 Sprites built were simply Austin Sprites. This was a cost-cutting move of Donald Stokes', enabling British Leyland to stop paying royalties to the Donald Healey Motor Company. There was no direct successor, as BL's extensive range already contained the MG Midget, which was identical to the Sprite except for badging, and the similarly dimensioned and priced Triumph Spitfire. This 1275 cc Austin Sprite was one of the last series built in 1971, and was registered a year later in 1972 Originally registered as NUC292L in 1972, the Sprite has been subject to the attention of four enthusiastic owners since the 1980’s. who have well maintained the car, it comes with a sheaf of invoices detailing the work over the years, including more recently 2012 / 2013, the engine was rebuilt for fast road / track use, with an engine rebore with new H/C pistons and tuning modifications carried out in the last 7000 miles, the Sprite was MOT’d this year and is due for renewal in January 2018. Good res
FOR SALE The ultimate Mini Thirty Cooper Twin Cam built to an incredible specification. EQUIPMENT Deseamed body shell with quick release bonnet and grille, P700 halogen headlamp tripod conversion, four driving lamps , negative camber bottom lower arms, Adjusta Ride suspension kit, Gmax uprated shock absorbers, Brainded Aeroquip brake hose kit, chrome bumpers with overriders and corner bars, torpedo door mirrors, Ultralite 7x13 alloy wheels with polished rims, Group 5 Race wheel arch kit, Austin Cooper S Badges, bee-sting aerial, Mountney steering wheel, Aston style fuel filler caps, door handle escutcheons. Brief Engine Spec: 1380 cc A-Series ‘fast road’ engine, BMW K Series Twin Cam 16v cylinder head, Omega die-cast pistons, Kawasaki ZZ-R 1100 C Carburettors, Mini Cooper S steel H beam con rods, electric ignition, Alloyrad light alloy radiator and cooling system, Facet electric fuel pump, overbraid fuel hoses, Sportex exhaust system with Klarius rear silencer. EXTERIOR This exhilarating car started out as an Austin Mini Thirty limited edition in Cherry Red. In 2013 a truly incredible transformation project was undertaken to create the very special vehicle offered today. Finished in Flame Red, this Mini instantly grabs your attention with a vibrant shine and beautifully polished finish from the expensive bare metal repaint, fully documented in a photo album. Structurally perfect with absolutely no corrosion to the panels, the fully de-seamed shell conversion has been carried out to an impeccable standard to create a clean aesthetic appeal. Virtually flawless, even under close scrutiny you will struggle to detect a blemish. All brightwork is excellent aside from very faint pitting on the rear number plate lamp cover. This very unique example really does mean business! INTERIOR Upon entering the cockpit of this marvellous Mini, you are instantly exposed to the original Mini seats and door cards in excellent condition. To lift the interior, a set of quality bright red carpets have been professionally fitted and features such as the Piano Black dashboard, chrome fixtures and Mountney steering wheel complete the look. One of the project parameters was to ensure that the original Mini charm was preserved, a goal that has certainly been achieved with the work carried out to the interior. A beautifully clean interior with only subtle hints towards what lays beneath the bonnet, very exciting! ENGINE, TRANSMISSION & SUSPENSION An absolute no expense spared mechanical build is fully documented with a huge financial outlay in order to achieve something truly incredible. Designed and prepared by renowned bespoke engineers, Specialist Components, their skill and capability is clear to see upon visiting their website. Using the original A Series engine, a BMW K Series 16v twin cam motorcycle cylinder head has been engineered with specification to include; 1380cc, Omega die-cast pistons, Kawasaki ZZ-R 1100 C Carburettors and Mini Cooper S steel H beam con-rods. The complete specification is truly exhaustive and all workmanship is of the highest level. Commonly with such conversions, it is necessary to use redesigned bonnet and wings in order to allow the engine to fit. However, the use of bespoke engine mountings has meant that the all important standard panel shape remains. This added attention to detail is exceptional and a recent rolling road in June 2017 confirmed output at 135bhp. The Adjusta Ride suspension kit and Gmax uprated shock absorbers give the car a perfect stance but with none of the original Mini magic lost, and the Sportex exhaust system with Klarius rear silencer creates a truly addictive bark! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Ultralite 7x13 alloy wheels with polished rims are fitted, including the spare, with matching quality Yokohama 175/50 R13 tyres. These beautifully crafted rims are complimented by a Group 5 Race wheel arch kit to offer an extreme sporting look. This Mini stops as well as it goes with a vastly uprated braking system to include Mini Braided turbo Metro vented four pot callipers and Braided Aeroquip hose kit. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 29th September 1989 by Austin Rover Main Dealers Seward Highcliffe Ltd, this example remained as a standard Mini Thirty for most of its life. The colossal history file covers the entire life of the vehicle before the transformation took place in 2013 with documents such as the original service booklet displaying supplying dealer stamps with supporting invoices. Furthermore, a truly eye watering collection of literally hundreds of receipts in excess of £12,000 for components alone offers an insight to just how comprehensive this project was. It is also a reflection of the owner’s desire to create the ultimate Mini at no expense spared. A large collection of photographs documents both the bodywork and mechanical workings and will leave in no doubt the exceptional level of craftsmanship displayed. An insurance marker was placed on the vehicle in 2001 following very light front end damage to one wing and slam panel. A repair invoice in the history file confirms the damage amounted to just £350 and is a reflection of the cars value at that time. The vehicle born from this epic project is nothing short of outstanding in every respect. The classic Mini look mated to truly exhilarating performance, all carried out to the highest standard. Thrill seekers stop here! MOT May 2018. 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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: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01635 248158 Viewing: By appointment only Copyright ©2017 Pioneer Autos Ltd
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: email@example.com Phone: 01635 248158 Viewing: By appointment only Copyright ©2017 Pioneer Autos Ltd
For Sale I have my Austin A35 Van, I bought it not intending to sell but due to buying 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.;It has been though a restoration about 4-5 years ago and has a photo album to show.;;Its reading 60,000 Miles;;Not all vehicles are on display, please call for an appointment
Type: Used Year: 1987 Make: AUSTIN Model: METRO Trim: Base Body: Hatchback Trans: Manual Mileage: 50000 Engine Size: 1275 Ext Color: Blue
*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. 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Type: Used Year: 1988 Make: AUSTIN Model: MINI Trim: LOADS OF SERVICE HISTORY / LEATHER / LAST OWNER 10 YEARS / Body: Sedan Trans: Manual Mileage: 89000 Engine Size: 998 Ext Color: BLUE WITH WHITE ROOF
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.
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.