Variant name:GT ,Derivative:MK1 (3W) ,Variant: 3.0TD 40d M Sport
Variant name:Coupe ,Variant: 6.0 W12 Mulliner Auto Finished in Moonbeam silver metallic with full Diamond Quilted Beluga Hide with contrast silver stitching OPTIONAL FEATURES FITTED TO THIS CAR Mulliner driving specification to include diamond quilted hide, 20” two-piece alloy wheels, embroidered Bentley emblems stitched to headrests, knurled sports gear selector and drilled alloy sports foot pedals. Power boot Bluetooth telephone connectivity Contrast stitching Piano black interior trim Indoor Bentley cover Deep pile carpet mats STANDARD FEATURES Satellite navigation Heated seats Automatic Bi Xenon headlights Front and rear park distance control Ride height adjustment Electronic damper control Auto dimming rear view mirror Electric folding mirrors Keyless go and ignition Soft close doors Double glaze glass Cruise control Electric adjustable seats with memory Multi-function 4 spoke steering wheel This stunning GT Mulliner is offered in exceptional condition throughout and has covered 37000 miles. Car comes complete with the benefit and reassurance of comprehensive service history.
Variant name:Coupe ,Variant: 4.0 V8 Mulliner Auto Finished in Beluga black metallic, full Beluga black hide interior with contrast Ivory stitching. OPTIONAL FEATURES FITTED TO THIS CAR Mulliner Driving Specification to include diamond quilted hide, embroidered Bentley emblem stitched to headrests, cross drilled pedals and knurled aluminium sports gear lever and Jewel fuel filler flap. 21” Six Twin spoke black machined alloy wheels Black styling pack to include, tinted rear taillights, gloss black front grill and window surround wrapped in gloss black. Naim premium audio Privacy glass Reversing camera Massaging seats Ventilated seats Contrast stitching Piano black interior trim STANDARD FEATURES HDD satellite navigation Soft close doors Front and rear park distance control DAB radio Electronic damping control Ride height level control Automatic Bi Xenon headlights with Jewel effect LED lighting Heated seats CD changer Electric adjustable seats with memory Cruise control This stunning V8 Bentley is in immaculate condition and has covered only 20700 miles, the car benefits from a full Bentley main dealer service history.
Variant name:GT ,Derivative:MK1 FL (3W) ,Variant: GT 6.0 W12 550ps * Full Bentley History Was Last Done In March *
Been of the road for 6 years need work and will need trailering
- Entered from the Home Farm Collection
Interested in this vehicle? Please email us at email@example.com or contact us directly by telephone on 01363 83909 The Austin 10/4 Lichfield offered the pre-war buyers from the professional classes that little extra room and horsepower compared with the ubiquitous 'Seven'. The dashboard was well equipped and finished in polished wood, opening front screen, fold-flat boot lid which could accomodate a travelling trunk and 12 volt electrics made this model an immediate success. This London registered example remains in very original and useable condition and was last Mot'd in 2009 since when it has been carefully stored. It starts readily, settles down to a quiet tickover and both clutch and brakes function as they should. Bodywork is solid and paintwork reasonable. An ideal candidate to use and improve as required in the sound knowledge that its value should never diminish. £ 7,500. If you are interested in any of the vehicles on the website, please get in contact with Auto Invest either by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contacting us directly by telephone on 01363 83909.
- Entered from a private collection - 1 of just 3,718 made and resident in Eire since 1995 (previously UK reg'd as 'GCA 570') - Black leather upholstery piped in red, older restoration, 10,555 unwarranted miles
- Entered from a private collection - Eire registered since 2002 (previously UK registered as '158 BMV') - Light Brown leather, credible but unwarranted odometer reading of 35,706 miles
Age: 1966 Transmission: Manual Engine: Size Restored
- Entered from a private collection - Off the road for many years before being re-registered with the DVLA in 1987 - Brown leather upholstery, last MOT expired 2012, showing 46,000 unwarranted miles
This lovely little car has won first prize at the Amberely clic car show in the past, starts and runs well, is a joy to drive, 1937 austin cambridge ten, maroon & black, log book plus original handbook with car. Sadly selling due to father now deceased, was his hobby. Please tel 07713468264 for any more details or to view.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 We currently have five Mk1 Mini Cooper S cars available. All cars are factory matching numbers and have been restored to factory correct original specification. These are THE FINAL BATCH of fully restored Mk1 Mini Cooper S cars from a total of thirteen. Car #1 is a 1964 Austin Mk 1 1071 'S' RHD UK car in Almond Green with OEW roof. 4.5" wheels, 3.44 final drive. Original UK 3 letter, 3 number registration. This car is pictured above. Car # 2 is a 1965 Austin Mk1 1275 ‘S’ RHD UK car in Almond Green with OEW roof. Dove Grey/Porcelain Green trim with grey carpets. 3.5” wheels. This Mk1 S is under restoration by our in house, well-known Mini Cooper expert, Scott Turner. Scott has restored three of the previous cars completed. Car #3 is a 1965 Morris Mk1 1275 'S' RHD UK car in Fiesta Yellow with OEW roof. Powder Blue/Gold Brocade trim with Blue carpets. Car #4 is a 1964 Morris Mk1 970 'S' RHD UK car in Almond Green with OEW roof, Porcelain Green and Dove Grey interior. 1 of 354 Morris 970's built in 1964 from a total of 705 home market UK cars. Car #5 is a 1966 Morris Mk1 1275 'S' RHD UK car, one family owned from new in Old English White with
This fabulous Austin Mini Mayfair Automatic has covered just 22000 miles from new and had just one owner from 1986 to 2013. D251 GWW was supplied new by Appleyard of Harrogate, first registered on 1st August 1986. The Mini still retains its original Appleyard After Sales Care passport with service book, handbook, consumer guide and entertainment handbooks. Having spent its entire life in Yorkshire, the Mini changed hands for the first time in 2013, heading to an elderly retired gentleman in North London. The car only spent 18 months in the Capital, covering in the region of 500 miles and being treated to over £1000 work to include new engine mountings, new front brake discs and pads, new front calipers, flexi hoses, inner and outer CV boots, new radiator, stabiliser bushes, shock absorbers, steering rack boots, track rod ends and full service to include new HT leads and distributor cap. We sold the Mini to its third owner, a long term regular customer in York who has covered local mileage in the York area, enjoying using the car during summer months with several trips to the Golf Club. We serviced the car and prepared it for a new MOT, finding no significant work being required. Ha
1938 Austin Seven Speedex Special Built on Ruby chassis New battery, excellent tyres, rear axle rebuilt Huge fun, surprisingly useable Sweet 750 cc engine, four speed Wire wheels Constructed by a previous owner many years ago, he then sold it and bought it back more recently. Built on a Ruby chassis with 750 cc engine and 4 speed gearbox, Bowden cable brakes and a reputed top speed of 65 mph, new battery, excellent tyres, rear axle was rebuilt last year, new half shafts and rear hubs in 2014, very sound, very smart and huge fun and a real feeling of speed. Comes with wire wheels, V5C and a little history. Guide price: £7,950 suitable for printing Mobile: 07711 509600 Email: email@example.com Phone: 01635 248158 Viewing: By appointment only Copyright ©2017 Pioneer Autos Ltd
About this Austin A35 1.3 Fast Road This Austin A35 two door saloon was first registered in January 1958 and has had only four owners in its entire life. It has been the subject of a total upgrade to a Fast Road specification which was carried out alongside a significant and well executed restoration. Works included: Total strip of car, hull sandblasted and sprayed with Anti-rust compound then repainted Ford Fiesta Red using two-pack paint. Complete re-trim in Grey piped Red. Mechanically the car has been substantially improved and now features: Engine bored out to 1380 cc with 9.6 : 1 Compression Ratio Pistons; Avonbar Cylinder Head with extra large Valves; Kent 286 Camshaft; 7.5 Inch Competition Clutch with larger Slave Cylinder; 1.5 Inch Single SU Carburettor; Custom Exhaust Manifold; Oil Cooler fitted; SU Electric Fuel Pump; Gearbox re-built ex MG Midget with 3.9 : 1 final drive. Holding the car to the road is a much improved under-carriage that includes: MG Midget Front Disc Brakes, Anti-roll Bar, Alternative Roll-Bar on Trailing Links to the rear; Rear Springs set with 6Ã‚Â° camber and Wire Wheels. A nimble and surprisingly quick little car, it attracts admiring gazes whereve
FOR SALE Quite possibly the best unrestored Austin Allegro 1100 DeLuxe with 10,190 miles. EQUIPMENT All steel unitary construction, underbody protection, recessed door-handles, anti-burst locks, safety steering column, Hydragas suspension, laminated windscreen, electric washers, two-speed wipers, flick wipe, exterior door mirror, hazard warning lights, child safety catches on rear doors, fresh-flow ventilation, heated rear window, Quartic steering wheel. Factory options; Brake servo. Dealer accessories; Mud flaps, Radiomobile. EXTERIOR Finished in the extremely rare factory original colour of Mirage, (Code BLVC11), this amazing Series One Allegro has been preserved incredibly well, owing to the remarkable low mileage of 10,190 under truly cherished ownership. The factory paint finish displays only minor age related markings and the chrome bumpers display very light pitting, utterly inoffensive and left untreated so as to uphold originality. Factory wax is visible in door apertures and on the clean underside which is free from excess rust proofing to allow easy inspection. Features unique to the early Series One cars remain correct such as the external bonnet release and the C-Pillar vents screwed from the inside as opposed external screws on later cars. Remarkable originality can be seen in the form of supplying dealer number plates, rear screen sticker and tax disc holder. The original Allegro bonnet and boot badges are fitted as well as the iconic British Leyland emblem fitted to the nearside wing only, just as they were made. This humble DeLuxe model was the entry level Allegro, and as such had no coachline, a feature which is upheld. An almost inconceivable rare survivor against unfavourable odds, very special. INTERIOR The spacious interior of this Allegro is completely original and in perfect preserved condition. The Knit-backed vinyl seat upholstery in Spanish Rose is essentially as new, as are the matching partial door cards and rubber floor coverings, again unique to the Deluxe model. Still fitted is the famous Quartic steering wheel, arguably the most iconic feature of the Allegro to allow ease of access and a better view of the instruments. Widely ridiculed as a concept, the Quartic wheel was phased out in 1974. A reflection of British Leyland quality control can be witnessed with factory glue marks on the headlining and even the chalk line to mark out siting of the instrument binnacle! Incredibly, a factory build tag is still attached inside the boot. Complete with the 1970’s British Leyland smell, this interior is astonishing. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The legendary and time proven A-Series engine of 1098cc displacement is robust, simple and has excellent parts availability. Producing an ample 49bhp and 59lb/ft of torque, this Allegro can hold its own in modern traffic. The engine is wonderfully quiet and whilst the clean engine bay shows natural aging, it is completely original and features factory plates and stickers. Even the Hydragas suspension sticker on the sphere remains intact! The four speed hydraulically operated all synchromesh gearbox delivers light and exact changes complete with the instantly recognisable first gear whine! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Original pressed steel disc wheels with chrome hub caps are immaculate and shod in quality matching Pirelli P3000 tyres with excellent tread remaining. The well maintained Hydrogas suspension system is free from leaks and allows the car to sit level and correct, and more importantly ride as it should. The hydraulic brake system with 9.68in front discs and factory optional servo bring the car up safe and steady. HISTORY FILE Supplied by Austin Main Dealer, Peter O’Gorman in Essex, this 1973 built 1100 DeLuxe was registered new on the 21st February 1974. A new car retail order form made out to first owner, Miss Joan Earl, confirms a purchase price of £1,100.00 including £11.75 for brake servo, a factory option! A well-known example within the Allegro Owners Club with plenty of stand appearances, including the NEC Classic Car Show, this delightful car nicknamed ‘Violet’ is used to the limelight. ‘Violet’ has been awarded Best Series One Allegro at every Allegro Club International event it has attended! With just three former keepers, the previous of five years being Mr Ian Cole who has been a member of the Allegro Club International for 23 years, and has held in this period positions of Chairman, Director and Membership Secretary. The superb history file contains the original orange Passport to Service and Allegro handbook, as well as a 1974 Austin Allegro range sales brochure. A large history folder is beautifully presented and contains a substantial collection of MOT certificates throughout the cars entire lifetime and maintenance invoices to fully verify the low mileage of 10,190 miles. Furthermore, a record of TV appearances on three separate programmes is included! The original key set remains including the ignition key with very rare eyelet hole to delight the Allegro aficionado. An unrepeatable opportunity to buy surely one of the best unrestored examples of British Leyland motoring history. MOT March 2018, HPI clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/dEYeHv_ZpTg To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskTfpww9 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
--Tahiti Blue with Black leather interior piped Tan, Mini Sport Package, 1.3 liter fuel injected engine, 2,000 miles, 4-speed manual, Wide sport flares, Burlwood Dash, White gauges, 13” Sport Minilite wheels, 4 spotlight rally lights, Uprated stereo with CD and Full length Webasto electric sunroof.
Mileage: 17090 Exterior Color: white/black Interior Color: black Body Style: Coupe Engine: 1340 cc 4-cyl Transmission: 4-speed manual Drive Type: FWD Fuel Type: Gasoline Doors: Two Vin: CA2SB12334878A The original Mini Cooper was made by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. This highly prepared Mini is a high performance “Pocket Rocket”, presently configured for track use and could easily be reconfigured for Rally and street use. Great looks with exceptional build quality. The original is considered a British icon of the 1960s, and its space-saving front-wheel-drive layout (which allowed 80% of the area of the car’s floorplan to be used for passengers and luggage) influenced a generation of car makers. The vehicle is in some ways considered the British equivalent to its German contemporary, the Volkswagen Beetle, which enjoyed similar popularity in North America. In 1999 the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century, behind the Ford Model T. Designed as project ADO15 (Austin Drawing Office project number 15), the Mini came about because of a fuel shortage caused by the 1956 Suez Crisis. Sliding windows allowed storage
A very early smooth roof example. Last owner 14 years. Rare inside petrol tank. Restored by mini club owner. Extensive history file.
- Finished in Green with Black wings - Re-bodied approximately 20 years ago - Said to have been 'running well last time out', but 'in need of some TLC' Vendor Condition Ratings: Bodywork: Very Good Engine: Good Electrical Equipment: Good Paintwork: Good Transmission: Good Interior Trim: Good
One of only nine left on the road today!;Finished in Gold with immaculate Chocolate Brown velour interior and walnut dash. Been very carefully and correctly dry stored for the last four years and covered a mere 28,000 miles, confirmed by MOT's. Sold with lovely history, full MOT and original handbooks this modern classic is a very rare Vanden Plas model, ready to go to a new owner who will use and cherish her!
Metallic Paintwork, Front Fog Lamps, CD Player, Stereo, Alloy wheels, Service history
The Swallow Sidecar Company was founded in the early 1920s by William Walmsley, who soon after establishing his business, partnered with a young designer named William Lyons. As the name suggests, the firm built side cars for motorbikes, which were always quite attractive and of excellent quality. Lyons suggested they expand their operation to offer coachbuilt car bodies alongside their sidecars, and Walmsley agreed. Their first car body was built on a Talbot chassis which was quite well received. They went on to build bodies for Standard, Fiat and Swift, however it was their work with the cheeky little Austin 7 that really put the company on the map. Many view the Austin 7 as Britain’s equivalent to the Ford Model T. Of course, the 7 came along a fair bit later than the Ford, in 1922 to be exact, but it nonetheless put Britain on wheels like no other motorcar before it. Inexpensive but reliable and easy to drive, the 7 replaced virtually all other competitors offering compact automobiles and cyclecars. The 7 was tiny at just 6 foot, 3 inch in wheelbase, 40 inches wide and weighing in at a paltry 794 pounds. Comparatively, it was about half the size of a model T but it was perfectly suited for navigating the city streets and narrow country lanes of the British Isles. Sir Herbert Austin performed much of the design work himself, and patented many of the designs he used in the car. The engine was a 696 cc side-valve unit with detachable head, cast cylinder block and alloy crankcase. The plucky little unit was rated at 7.2 horsepower, giving the Austin plenty of power considering the light weight. Much like the Model T in America, the Austin 7 inspired a great many a tinkerer who sought to make their car lighter, faster and prettier. The influence of the 7 can still be felt today, as it was the seed that spawned Britain’s great automotive “cottage industry” of race car builders. Bruce McLaren of McLaren Cars and Colin Chapman of Lotus both got their start building Austin 7 specials. Swallow’s first design for the Austin 7 was a “saloon coupe”; an attractive body that lent the 7 a more grown-up and sophisticated appearance. One marvel of Walmsley and Lyon’s designs was their ability to make such a tiny car appear so elegant and upmarket. On the success of their saloons and coupes, they soon added a variety of beautiful little roadster to the mix. Not only were Swallow bodies attractive and well built, but they were remarkably affordable. With Swallow selling well, Walmsley and Lyons began to experiment with building their own cars based on Standard chassis. Swallow Sidecar Company morphed into Swallow Coachbuilding Company and eventually S.S. Cars, with their sensational SS1 debuting in 1931. As hostilities in Europe ramped up later in the decade, it was wisely decided that S.S. was not a marketable trademark so the company was renamed “Jaguar”, and at the risk of speaking in cliché, the rest is history. Wearing a rare and attractive Swallow Beetleback Roadster body, this 1929 Austin 7 is a nicely restored example, ready for enjoyment. And the enjoyment comes from just looking at this delightful (and exceedingly rare) little two-seat roadster body style, of which it is believed only two others are known to exist. The car has been restored to a good level of quality, with good sound bodywork and attractive paint. Most Swallow bodies were finished in two tone paint schemes and this car is no exception in its lovely dark green over cream fenders and wheels. There are plenty of interesting details on this car; from the alloy running boards to the split, pivoting windscreen. The spare wheel is hidden behind the seats for a sleek and sporty appearance. The cockpit is trimmed in cream leather with green carpets to complement the body and once you slip into the driver’s seat you are greeted to a handsome wood dash an array of period instruments. The detailing is good and there is a full top and side curtain set should you get adventurous and tour with the tiny Austin. Beneath the bonnet, the four cylinder engine is in good condition, tidy, clean and well detailed. Overall, this is a pretty and usable example. The exceptional rarity certainly adds desirability to this already endearing little motor.
It can be said that the Austin 7 was Britain’s equivalent of the Ford Model T. Of course, the little 7 came along a bit later than the Ford, in 1922 to be exact, but nonetheless it put Britain on wheels like no other motorcar before it. In essence, the 7 replaced virtually all other competitors offering compacts and cyclecars. The 7 was tiny at just 6 foot, 3 inch in wheelbase, 40 inches wide and weighing in at a paltry 794 pounds. Comparatively, it was about half the size of a model T but it was perfectly suited for navigating the city streets and narrow country lanes of the British Isles. Sir Herbert Austin performed much of the design work himself, and patented many of the designs he used in the car. The engine was a 696 cc side-valve unit with detachable head, cast cylinder block and alloy crankcase. The plucky little unit was rated at 7.2 horsepower, giving the Austin plenty of power considering the light weight. Much like the Model T in America, the Austin 7 inspired a great number of aftermarket parts suppliers – from tuning parts to coachbuilders and racers. The 7 can even be credited with seeding other manufacturers. Bruce McLaren of McLaren Cars and Colin Chapman of Lotus both got their starts tinkering with the Austin 7. Our subject car is one of those special Austin 7s that formed the foundation of a great future marque. The Swallow Sidecar Company was founded in the early 1920s by William Walmsley. As the name suggests, the firm built side cars for motorbikes. Swallow side cars were always very pretty and very well built. Walmsley took partnership with a young William Lyons who suggested they offer coachbuilt car bodies alongside their sidecars. Their first car body was built on a Talbot chassis and was quite well received. They went on to build bodies on other cars however it was their work with the cheeky Austin 7 that really put the company on the map. Their first body on the 7 was a “saloon coupe” that was quite attractive and gave the 7 a more grown-up and sophisticated appearance. One marvel of Walmsley and Lyon’s designs was their ability to make such a tiny car appear so elegant and upmarket. On the success of their coupe, they soon added a beautiful little roadster to the mix. Not only were Swallow bodies attractive and well built, but they were remarkably affordable. With Swallow selling well, they began to build their own cars based on Standard chassis. The company morphed into S.S. Cars, and with their sensational SS1 debuting in 1931. As hostilities in Europe ramped up later in the decade, it was wisely decided that S.S. was no longer a viable brand, and the company was renamed “Jaguar”. This delightful 1930 Austin 7 wears a handsome Swallow saloon body and is presented in remarkably original condition. The two tone paintwork is a signature of Swallow bodies, and the black and Old English White scheme on this example certainly looks sharp. The paint quality is fair, showing quite a bit of age since receiving an average quality respray, but the elegant design shines through and it remains a handsome little motorcar regardless. The car is very complete, down to the proper Swallow radiator ornament atop the signature Austin radiator shell. The rear mounted spare wheel and bumperless body make for a slightly sporty appearance, hiding the humble roots very well. Black upholstery is in fair condition, again appearing to be original but complete and intact. Likewise, the engine and chassis appear in good original order, but needing some attention to bring up to a more usable state. While this cheeky and cheerful little Austin 7 does show a bit rough around the edges, it is no less an important car and one that could be enjoyed as-is or restored to best show off its original style. The joy of the Austin 7 is that it delivers outsized fun in a tiny package. The Swallow 2 door saloon body adds not only style, but tremendous value from this fascinating, history rich marque.
Austin A35 Van 1968 LHD restored in topcondition The Austin A35 Van was built between 1956 and 1968. This is a 1968 Austin A35, the last year of production. 4 Years ago the car was fully restored into topcondition. The car has authentic blue paint and red leather interior with black carpet and a leather steering wheel. The car has the 848 CC 4 cyl engine. Technics are fully checked in our workshop and in great condition. The car has easy to remove stickers. Stickers for your company will be included. The Austin A35 Van is very rare, certainly in such marvelous condition. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
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.
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