MGC Roadster 1968 Manual O/D This is simply the best driving MGC we’ve ever had. Bar none! In the 10 years we’ve been in business, we’ve handled quite a good number of the MGC, and we’ve never had one anywhere near as good to drive as this one is now. We kind of get the impression these cars should have been like this from the factory and if they had they could have been a world beater. For anyone who has ever driven and MGC and been a little disappointed with the drive, this car is a total revelation. Finished in Tartan Red with Black leather Upholstery piped red interior this car is showing around 77000 miles. We don’t have enough history to confirm it’s the sum total, but the car certainly doesn’t look like it’s been around the clock either. The Service History does however go back to 1987 when the car was showing 62000 miles, so it is just possible the mileage could be genuine. Mention of that service history reminds me to mention the fact that we last saw this stunning motor car in 2011, and the service history since that time comes to over £12000. This car has had the whole suspension completely changed at enormous cost. The body work has undergone some significant work and the whole car just feels absolutely stunning to drive. And it even has lumber adjustment in the driver’s seat, a first for us in any MG from the 1960’s! If you fancy an MGC, then this simply has to be the car to have. OK, some of you might say its not original with this change to the suspension, but believe me, this stunning Motor Car is infinitely better to drive. You won’t find a better C to drive than this, and at only £29995, it’s the one to have right now.
The Jaguar Mark 2 was introduced in 1959 and sold throughout the 1960’s. It had a live rear axle and was powered Jaguar’s ubiquitous XK 6 cylinder engines. In 1961 Jaguar launched two new models. The full size Jaguar Mark 10 saloon which used Jaguar’s new Independent rear suspension, and a Triple SU Carburettor version of the 3.8 litre XK engine, Then also the other new car for 1961was the E Type sports car which shared the same 3.8 engine as the Mark 10 but used a scaled down version of the independent rear suspension. The S-Type was a major redevelopment of the Mark 2. It used a mid-scale version of the Mark X independent rear suspension to replace the Mark 2's live rear axle and featured longer rear bodywork, among other styling and interior changes. The S-Type was available with either 3.4 or 3.8-litre XK engines but only in twin carburettor form because the triple carburettor setup would not fit into what was essentially still the Mark 2 engine bay. This particular car left Jaguars Brown’s Lane plant in 1967. And shows only 5 keepers. It appears that its third keeper had the car in Spain for around 30 years so its remarkably rust free in comparison to many other S Types that either reverted back to a form of Metal Oxide or found their way to a dusty death in an episode of The Sweeney being hotly pursued by Jack Regan and George Carter! Its finished in a Copper metallic with Black interior, and its in delightful condition for its age. The history file shows significant expenditure to bring it up to the superb driving car it is today. That recent expenditure includes a Major Mechanical overhaul in 2014 costing almost £4000, and then New front and rear springs, rear shock absorbers , rear wheel bearings only a few months ago. It really does drive very well. If you fancy a Classic Jag, even if only just to drive at the weekends, and not rob a bank, then you really need to have a look at this car. It really is a superb car to drive and at only £13995 could be considered something of a bargain!
Ford Lotus Cortina Evocation 1968 Based on 1968 Ford Cortina Mk 2, Two Door Shell, this car finished in white is just out of full rebuild and modification. Fitted with 1700cc crossflow engine with Twin 45 Weber Carbs and 234 Kent Cam with a big valve head. Interior fully retrimmed and fitted with Black Nappa Leather seats. More Pictures and information at: http://www.classiccarbluebutts.co.uk/Car145.html £16995 ONO
1954 MG TF1250 . Finished in Old English White with Full Red leather interior and black Weather equipment Significant restoration work done, comprehensive history file. Driving extremely well. More Photos and information available at: http://www.classiccarbluebutts.co.uk/car137.html £26995 ONO
What can I say about MG Midgets. Great fun, easy to own, lots of fun, the list is endless. But here we have something a bit different. In fact this MG Midget, is not only special, but completely and utterly outrageous. The car was re-built with a new Heritage shell some time ago, and from the history file it looks like ait was restored from around 2002 to 2007. It was rebuilt in a stripped out form for racing and Hillclimbing. It’s fitted with uprated suspension and braking systems, but more importantly its fitted with a 1275cc Stage Two Engine. This engines comes complete with +40 Pistons Fast Road High Lift Cam Ported Head Oversized Valves. This Midget isn’t only stunning to look at, it’s an absolute blast to drive. I think it’s the quickest Midget we’ve ever had for sale. Are you looking for an MG Midget? Are you looking for something just a little bit different? Look no further this absolutely stunning car could be sat on your drive today for only £7995.
960 Triumph TR3a in Green with Grey leather interior. Major Restoration some time ago with huge history file to confirm the £000's spent. Painted Wire Wheels. Good hood and weather equipment. Driving absolutely superbly. More information available at: http://www.classiccarbluebutts.co.uk/car138.html This car is so nice to drive, I never knew a TR3a could be so good and at £29995 could be considered a bargain.