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This UK supplied BN1 Healey was first registered on the 22nd September 1954 and we know from early paperwork with the car that it spent the 60's, 70's and 80's in Norfolk. The car was taken off the road at some point during the 1970's and in 1986 was subject of an exceptional major restoration by Cox & Perry, Norwich, carried out to a superb standard. For the past twenty eight years the Healey has been with just one owned who has extensively toured in the car. OSU 377 has also attended a Healey Register event in Luxembourg, clearly demonstrating how usable and reliable the car has proven to be since rebuild. Over 30 years since restoration and the Healey has arrived with us in strong mechanical order, driving superbly and with the most gorgeous, aged red leather interior. After so many years the paintwork was in need of a re fresh and has been subject of a bare rolling shell re-paint. The Healey underside was also prepared and re-painted with body colour floors and as a result of the £10,000 programme of work, looks incredible with stunning straight panels and a glass paint finish of the highest standards. The boot area is clean and well presented, the engine bay still of a lovely
This Maserati 3200 GTA was supplied new by Maranello Sales Ltd, Egham, Surrey on the 6th December 2001. The car was serviced by the supplying dealer twice in 2002, the second time at 12172 miles and main dealer Lancaster in Chelmsford serviced the car at 21402, 31548 and 32568. Neal Lucas Ferrari specialists serviced at 44102 in 2005 and in 2006 Graypaul Maserati serviced at 46902. Giallo Performance Specialists took over maintenance in 2007 at 50148, 52365 and 55484 miles and Migliore Ferrari and Maserati specialists serviced the car at 58252, 63853 and 75714 miles in 2013. Between 2013 and 2016 the Maserati has been looked after by Migliore and various other specialists with regular servicing, maintenance and upkeep. The mileage is now 94,000 and since the last owner bought the car in 2011 an astonishing £22,500 has been spent on the car. Having spent over £22500 on the car in five years it's clear the car has been maintenance with no expense spared. Major invoices include a reconditioned engine with Magliore Cars Ltd in 2012 costing over £6,000, the Maserati has also been treated to tyres, regular services, renewed brakes, overhauled throttle body and basically any recommend wor
This superb value, very smartly presented MGB Roadster was first registered on the 1st February 1971. We recently sold the MG to a local business owner who has enjoyed the car for a short period of time before seeing a Rolls Royce come into stock with us. Plans of summer touring in an MGB soon changed and a part exchange deal was agreed, the third purchase from us within the past year or so. Prior to this, the MG was owned by another regular customer of ours, also in Pickering. From 2009, the MG spent seven years with a classic car collector with a wide selection of cars from various era's. The MGB has been driven over to us, it is excellent on the road and presents very well with clean upholstery, a very good hood and an immaculate, detailed engine bay. The MG also boasts overdrive, a wood dash cover and desirable wire wheels.
We are delighted to offer this outstanding, low mileage Fiat X19 Bertone onto the market. This must be one of the lowest mileage examples on the road today having covered just 15,500 miles from new. The car is truly exceptional, particularly the first class rust free bodywork. VMX 637Y comes with a superbly documented history including the original bill of sale, service book, original manual and clearly from its mileage and condition, has led a very well cared for cosseted life. The Fiat was first registered on the 2nd August 1982, supplied new by Brutons of Beckenham and the original supplied number plates and rear window dealer sticker are still on the car. Brutons of Beckenham serviced the car at 7269 miles and two years later a service receipt from a garage in Essex records the mileage at 9970. MOT certificates record mileages at 11724 and 12131 in 1990/1991 and the Fiat was then laid up, dry stored for eleven years. The car was then MOT tested again in 2002 at 12134 covering three miles to the MOT station. In 2006 the Fiat was then sold to a well-known (in Fiat X19 circles) marque expert and has owed several of the best X19's available. The new owner then re-commissioned the c
LFL 511L was first registered on the 17th November 1972 and is a genuine UK 150BHP model with overdrive on 2nd, 3rd and 4th. The TR6 was purchased by the most recent owner on the19th February 2010 in need some re-commissioning and restoration work. The car had been on the road in 2009 but was ready for work and from 2010 – 2015 a substantial body restoration and mechanical overhaul was undertaken. Since completion just 1500 miles have been completed and the car drove perfectly to us from Stafford. The original body was said to have very good panel gaps and the chassis was in very good order, so the owner decided not to remove the body off the chassis. The car was taken down to a rolling shell, fully stripped down with running gear removed and the body then restored as necessary. Wings were removed, new outer sills fitted and any metal work required carried out. The bodyshell was prepared for a full high quality re-paint including engine bay and boot area. The TR was built up with many new parts to include wheel arch covers, badges, wheel trims and new bumpers. The interior was treated to new carpets and a brand new steering wheel, the rest left original. The TR6 was then mechanical
This is a true collectors piece; low mileage, original specification, history from new and stunning condition throughout. This totally correct car has covered 71,000 miles from new, comes with an exceptional history from new to include the original service book, handbooks, original dealer window sticker, Mann Egerton order form from 1982 and within the past 2000 miles has had £27,000 worth of expenditure, around £2000 in 2012 and £25,000 between 2015 and 2017. This highly desirable Pre HE XJS V12 was manufactured on the 4th May 1979, supplied new in Cotswold Yellow with Black trim and automatic transmission and was sold new by Mann Egerton, Nottingham. Today the car is in totally original specification and drives and presents superbly throughout. The Jaguar was first serviced by the supplying dealer Mann Egerton on the 10 th September 1979 at 1575 miles and again later that year in December at 5121 miles. In March 1980 a Derbyshire based Company, Davian Service Station, Longden & Gascoigne serviced at 8700 miles and it was back with Mann Egerton in Nottingham later in 1980 at 11840 miles. The next three services were carried out at Longden & Gascoigne and the supplying dealer servi
991 FML is a genuine UK Home market car that was built on the 1st July 1955, first registered in Middlesex. From the continuation brown 'buff' logbook with the car we know it spent the early 1960's in Essex and Hertfordshire before moving to South Wales where it spent from 1964 to 1992. In 1992 the TR sold to a long term owner in Staffordshire who in over almost 25 years covered 12000 miles and has had no problem in some long distance overseas touring.
This low mileage MGB GT LE was built on the 19th September 1980 and is chassis number 600 of 1000 Limited Edition cars built between the 8th August and 22nd October 1980. This is 317 of 580 GT models and the LE models were amongst the last MGB’s to be built before the closure of the Abingdon factory on the 22nd October 1980. This particular car was first registered on the 30th January 1981 and was sold new by Arnold G Wilson (Alwoodley) Ltd in Leeds . The MG was sold to a lady business Owner on Harrogate Road, Leeds and from new the MG has covered just 59000 miles and comes with a full history. The original passport to service book records services at 970, 2805, 4868, 6053, 8200, 10272, 11800, 27241, 31072, 33766, 35881, 39353 and 48500 miles. 26 MOT certificates dating back to 1984 are also with the car, along with a comprehensive file of receipts for service and maintenance work. Receipts detail lots of mechanical work but also more recent invoices for brand new leather upholstery and fitting of a brand new webasto style sunroof. The MG has arrived in strong mechanical condition and drives superbly with an excellent engine holding superb oil pressure, a first class gearbox with s
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
This stunning, 25,000 miles from new VW Beetle left the factory on the 21st October 1976 in L52K Barrier Blue with Pale Sand hood. The VW is a genuine 1303 Convertible, 1.6 litre built in Osnabrueck, Germany for the US market. The car comes with a fabulous history to include its original service book confirming its Delivery Inspection at VW Motors Corp in Georgia at 106 miles. Further services were carried out at 2434 and 7539 miles. The VW left Atlanta, Georgia (original US logbook with the car) in 1980 and was shipped to the UK. We have an MOT certificate from 1983 and invoices from 1982 to 1983 for maintenance in Wales before it was left untouched in the long terms owners garage for almost thirty years. In 2013 the VW was subject of a major restoration that was carried out to an excellent standard. All the panels are still original and no welding work was required and on completion the VW took first prize at a major VW show in South Wales. The car was restored to its original specification, still in its original colour of Barrier Blue with its original grid Scar Parchment interior. The condition is truly exceptional with stunning paintwork and bodywork, a wonderful upholstery, b
This is a very significant matching numbers E-Type being the second from last Series II FHC ever made. The car was manufactured on the 22nd October 1970 and was supplier new in Regency Red with manual transmission. XRW 51J was supplied new by Peter Lindner (of Lindner/Nocker Lightweight E-Type racing fame), Frankfurt, Germany to a British Army officer, Captain G.D Petrie, B.F.P.O, Soest, Germany. This E- Type spent it's early years in Germany, before being shipped to Canada in 1987. After two years the E-Type was shipped to Liverpool and between 1997 and 2003 was subject of a major restoration that was carried out to an exceptionally high standard. Since the major rebuild the car has only covered 3500 miles and presents beautifully. From the photos we can see the bodyshell was totally stripped bare down to the tub and the shell rebuilt as required with all running gear removed. Photos highlight various brand new panels being fitted to the body and mechanical work to include the differential being overhauled and the engine partially stripped down. Many new parts were fitted to the car to include new stainless steel exhaust pipes and manifolds, new polished rocker covers, electronic
The Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) manufactured all manner of items from bicycles to buses and firearms to machine tools; not to mention motorcycles and motorcars. In 1929 BSA merged with Daimler and turned its attention to front-wheel drive three-wheelers. Though commonplace now, powering the front wheels was relatively novel at the time, and BSA combined the configuration with such niceties as a reverse gear, electric start and full weather protection. Having foreseen the growing demand for small, lightweight cars, BSA added a run of fun, affordable four-wheelers. A direct development was the BSA 10 of 1933 which was based on the Lanchester 10 chassis and running gear with a 4-door 4-seater body by Pressed Steel. It could also be ordered with a coachbuilt body by the likes of Mulliner or Peerless. It was powered by a water-cooled 1,185cc straight-four, sidevalve engine that drove through a fluid flywheel to a Wilson four-speed pre-selector gearbox, giving a top speed of 58mph on level ground. The standard 10hp saloon cost £235 at launch with coachbuilt models costing about £20 more. AGY 57 was first registered on the 15 th June 1933 and although over 80 years old still retai
This beautifully presented Mercedes Benz 300SE was supplied new by Alan Day Limited, London and has comes to us with the most exceptional service history. The Mercedes has driven to us faultlessly from Gloucestershire and has covered 109k miles from new but presenting as a car with half the mileage at most. The car was first registered on the 14th May 1990 and was sold new to a Baker Street, London based Export and Import Company who were founded in 1959. The Mercedes changed hands in 1998 but it was brief ownership, before selling to a Scottish based marine engineering services company, McCall Bros Propellers Ltd. In 2000 the Mercedes was back in the South of England, with one owner until early 2017. This Mercedes Benz 300SE comes with MOT certificates dating back to 1996 and a file of invoices and paperwork. The original handbooks are with the car including service book. Alan Day Limited supplied the car and carried out the first four services at 2342, 8685, 15496 and 18364 miles. The next eight services were all carried out by Mercedes Benz main agents at 24671, 29099, 35997, 42977, 48033, 53914, 60000 and 66281 miles. The following fourteen service stamps complete the history u
This largely original, low mileage manual Triumph Stag offers an excellent opportunity. Firstly the car is the highly desirable MKI model, with preferred manual transmission and overdrive, and has covered just 80,000 miles from new and is still in original specification. Further to this, the car comes with a wonderful history to include original bill of sale, Triumph Motor Company Limited correspondence, MOT's back to 1980 when the car was eight years old and invoices for various work carried out over the years. BLJ 658K was purchased new by a Hotel owner in Bournemouth who actually ordered the car from Muscat's Garage Ltd, Rue d'Argens, Msida, Malta. The car was ordered in White with Black upholstery and the total price new including anti-freeze, four gallons of fuel, number plates and delivery was £1922. We have a letter dated the 8 th March 1972 from Triumph Motor Company Ltd, Export Sales Division, stating the owner could bring the car to the UK and was entitled to keep the car on a tax free basis for a maximum of twelve months and that the car will be registered for a period of twelve months on a free charge basis. The first owner kept the Stag for 20 years and covered light a
This stunning Austin A30 Van was built on the 13th October 1955 and supplied new in Westminster Green with Brown trim. The Van was built in RHD format for the home market and sold new by London dealer H.A Saunders Limited. TSK 911 is today still in its original colour with lovely original looking front seats. Our Austin also has the benefit of rear windows and a rear seat, carried out by Restall Brothers, Birmingham in the late 1960’s, a very period upgrade. TSK 911 has recently undergone a major programme of work that included brand new floor pans and a full re-paint. Major mechanical upgrades included fitting a 1098cc Sprite engine, rear axle and front brake discs. The modifications enhance the drive of the Austin, making it much more usable and more suited for regular or daily use. The Austin drives very well with a strong, quick engine, lovely gearbox and it brakes and handles well. The Austin will be sold with a full 12 months MOT, freshly serviced and ready for regular use. Over the past month or so the Austin has covered in the region of 100 miles and has proven totally reliable. TSK 911 presents well with smart Westminster Green paintwork, a clean tidy upholstery and engine
This stunning 964 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 has covered just 68000 miles and comes to us with an impressive service history. The 911 has been owned for the past six years by a collector based in both Switzerland and Holland. The car was collected by us from a storage depot in Amsterdam and driven back to our North Yorkshire premises faultlessly. This top class car was supplied new by Lancaster Garages Ltd on the 1st August 1989 and sold to a private owner based in West Sussex. In 1992 the Porsche was sold to its second keeper, business owners based in Littlemore, Oxford who kept the car for eight years. In 2000 the car was sold to its third owner, also in Oxfordshire who owned the car for ten years before it changed hands for the fourth time in 21 years to its recent owner overseas. The Porsche comes with its original manuals, leather wallet and service booklet containing fourteen stamps. The supplying dealer serviced the car at 2315 miles, Porsche distributors Malaya of Billinghurst serviced at 7123 miles and Rivervale Porsche serviced the car at 12852 miles in 1991. In 1992 Dick Lovett serviced at 18495 miles and AFN Reading, official Porsche Centre serviced the car at 20,822. The ne
This beautifully presented Bentley MKVI was delivered on the 1st October 1947 to Rolls Royce Lillie Hall, Fulham and exported new to Australia, sold by retailer Kellow Falkiner Ltd, Russell Street, Melbourne. The Bentley was supplied new in Dual Grey to a Mr Mackinnon, a wealthy grazier from the Western District near Melbourne. On 27th January 1956 the Bentley was sold to a Doctor in Melbourne, a well-known and controversial psychologist at the time, who used to ship the car to Europe each year for his skiing holiday. During the 1970's the Bentley was in the hands of the Doctors son in law, who eventually sold the Bentley to a University Professor from Melbourne in 1980. In 1987 the Bentley sold to its most recent owner who kept the car almost thirty years and carried out a comprehensive restoration to a very high standard. The Bentley comes with a file of receipts and photographs detailing the work. The body was stripped down and treated to a full repaint, invoices in the file detail a full interior re-trim in leather and substantial re-chroming work. Documentation also relates to stripping, dismantling and rebuilding brakes, fitting a new rear axle, rebuilding shock absorbers, re
We know this lovely, largely original low mileage Rover P4 100 very well having sold it in 2005, again in December 2014 to one of our regular customers in Essex and more recently to a long term local customer who has bought over ten classic cars from us over many years. MKS 265 spent nine years in regular summer use from 2005 and has attended shows and rallies across Yorkshire. The Rover covered 4000 faultless miles and on return to us after nine years sold immediately to a regular customer in Essex. After almost one year of enjoying the Rover, it came back to us in part exchange and has since been used locally covering around 500 faultless miles. MKS 265 has been slowly improved since 2005 and has been treated to various re-chroming work. Mechanically the Rover has been superbly maintained and has proved completely reliable. The car has had various ignition items replaced, a new water pump and a new speedo cable. During the 1990's the Rover was with one owner in West Yorkshire and receipts are with the car for new hoses, thermostat housing, de-coke head gasket set, brake shoes, wheel cylinders, calipers and pistons, brake discs, brake pads and new brake pipes. Between 1961 and 199
We are delighted to offer this true collectors piece onto the market. C493 NGK is a very rare Jaguar XJS V12 Cabriolet TWR. This low mileage example was registered new to TWR Jaguar Limited and is believed to be their demonstrator car, giving this XJS real provenance. The car was registered to TWR and was owned by them for six months. TWR carried out the first service at 1231 miles on the 2nd July 1986 and 31 years later the car has covered just 57,000 miles from new with documented service history and a file of MOT's dating back to when the car was just three years old. Adding further provenance to the car, in August 2016 Jaguar World Magazine published a five page feature on the car, a copy of which is with the car. The feature confirms TWR created just a handful of TWR Cabriolets and they report this could be the best. In 1984 TWR announced that it was going to offer aftermarket enhancements to the XJS and the range included a new GRP body kit, new front and rear bumpers, side fairness and rear spoiler. The design improved the cars drag by 12.7%, reduced front lift by 6% and rear lift by 88%. New 16 inch Speedline alloys where added and a new range of colours, including two tone
We are delighted to offer this magnificent matching numbers UK supplied Austin Healey onto the market. YNF 526A was built between the 1st and 4rd of November 1963 and supplied new by Windsor Motor Company, Windsor, Berkshire. This RHD Home Market car was equipped new with overdrive, wire wheels, heater, adjustable steering column, servo assisted brakes and laminated windscreen. Whilst this is a genuine UK home market car, it has spent much of its life overseas in RHD format. The Austin Healey was taken to San Marino where it spent several years prior to being registered in Italy on the 7 th July 1982. The Healey then spent 32 years in Italy, spending from 1982 to 2012 in Brescia with one owner. In 2014 the car was in Roma, and was brought back to the UK and it has had just one UK owner since. YNF 526A came back to the UK and was sold to the last owner in stunning, excellent condition. The Ice Blue over Cream paintwork was and still is in pristine condition with an outstanding finish. The car was found to be in mechanically excellent order with a beautifully strong engine holding very good oil pressure. The Healey was put through an MOT, fully serviced and since then has covered jus
We are delighted to offer this matching numbers Jaguar E-Type Series II Roadster onto the market. 44 PXF is still in its original colour of Silver Grey with Black upholstery and although it was built for the Personal Export Delivery, it was Coventry registered in 1969 allocated the registration mark UHP 50G. The Jaguar was then exported to the US and was distributed by British Leyland, New York, USA. From the Heritage Certificate we have a build date confirmed as 3rd February 1969 and dispatch date of 13 February 1969. 44 PXF spent most of its life in the USA but was brought back to the UK in 2013 and between 2014 - 2016 was subject of over £15,000 of work commissioned by a Buckinghamshire based classic car company. The E-Type was treated to new Vredestein tyres, all electrics were overhauled as required, a professional right hand drive conversion carried out, trimming work was carried out to the hood, various ignition items replaced, new brake hoses and wheel cylinders fitted, new clutch master cylinder and new crank pulley. The E-Type was also treated to triple SU carburettors including correct manifolds and intakes and all invoices are with the car documenting this. This is an e
This superbly presented Land Rover Series IIA Station Wagon was manufactured in 1966 and was registered new with the Royal Air Force. JAL 356K spent its early life in service, used as a work horse on a UK air base for five years. In 1971 the Land Rover was released by the Royal Air Force and the vehicle was then road registered and allocated with a 1971 registration mark. Over the next forty years the Land Rover had just three owners and having being in fairly regular use, in largely original condition, the vehicle was in need of restoration work. Several years ago the major programme of restoration began with the vehicle being totally stripped down and put in position for a full chassis up restoration. The chassis was stripped, repaired and painted, the body restored as necessary and the Land Rover was professionally re-painted. With the running gear removed from the vehicle, the engine was stripped down and fully rebuilt and all other mechanical components were overhauled as necessary. The Land Rover was treated to a brand new interior including roof lining and the rebuild finished off with a keen eye for detail with areas such as the engine bay and boot really sharply presented
This stunning Triumph TR3A was brought over to the UK in 2009 and was subject of a full nut and bolt restoration with some tasteful light modifications. The TR presents beautifully underneath with a stunning chassis and underbody and with only 1000 miles covered since completion the underbody looks fresh and almost as new. The body was removed from the chassis and both were rebuilt to a high standard and the car fully re-painted in Black. New/re-chromed bright work was fitted to the car, as was a brand new mohair hood, weather equipment and a brand new beautiful leather upholstery with high quality carpets tailored to fit. A new set of painted wire wheels and tyres were fitted and the car today presents exceptionally well.
ANU 407A was built on the 5th November 1963 and finished in Triumph Racing Green with Black trim and hood. The TR was shipped from King George Dock, Kingston upon Hull aboard the vessel 'Bataan' and was then supplied new by Standard Triumph Motor Company Inc, San Francisco, California, USA. This genuine California car was supplied new with overdrive, leather seats, wood veneered facia, wire wheels and still retains its correct original engine is therefore a matching numbers car. The TR4 came over to the UK in 1994 and was comprehensively restored in left hand drive format. We, as Grundy Mack Classic Cars sold the car in 1998 and reported that the car had a recent bottom end engine rebuild. We also commented on the car having excellent paintwork, bodywork and high standard of upholstery. The TR was converted to right hand drive format before coming back to us in 2001 when we sold it to long term regular customer in Driffield who owned the car for sixteen years. The Triumph comes with a comprehensive file of invoices dating back to 1995 and as a result we have evidence to show how well maintained this car has been. Although the car has covered such low mileage in recent years, it has
This beautiful automatic Jaguar XK150 3.4 DHC has arrived with us in excellent order having being subject of a major programme of work in 2013. UWK 398 is a genuine matching numbers car, still retaining the 3.4 litre engine it left the factory with. The Jaguar left the factory in Cream with Red upholstery and was one of just 595 LHD DHC automatic examples ever supplied. UWK 398 was supplied new by Jaguar Cars New York and first registered to D B Ortman. The Jaguar spent 41 years with the same family in the U.S before being sold to the UK with a guarantee from the dealership that the car had only covered a genuine 29000 miles. This XK150 now has a recorded mileage of just 31,500 having had substantial programme of restoration work and some use in the UK since. The car is finished in Cream/Old English White with Red upholstery as it left the factory and presents beautifully with chrome wire wheels and Black mohair hood. In 2013 a Bristol based restoration Company stripped this car to bare metal, carried out any new metal work required and completely re-painted the car in Old English White. The interior was sympathetically restored with original door cards being rebuilt using aged, fa
We are delighted to offer this outstanding motor car onto the market. This AC Cobra has incredible looks and as it drives by it can be mistaken for a genuine 1960's period car with its stunning, popular genuine AC Cobra non metallic Black paint finish, expensive registration mark and period style headlamps and rear lights. Whilst the Cobra was originally built in 1994, in 2015/2016 a staggering £19,500 spent taking the car to a truly superb standard. This example is a Dax with Jaguar running gear, Dax Cars were founded in 1968 and started out as a fibreglass moulding company before coming the first British company to make a kit based replica of the AC 427 Cobra. Dax have now been producing these stunning cars for over 30 years and have sold over 4000 kits. Over the years we have had several Dax Cobra's and they have all proven to be outstanding cars of very high quality but this has to be the finest we have owned.
The Subaru SVX is a grand tourer coupe that was in production between 1991 and 1996. The SVX made its debut as a concept car at the Tokyo motor show in 1989 and in total 24,379 cars were built. 14257 went to the USA, 2478 were sold in Europe and only around 7000 were built in RHD format including 249 vehicles that sold in Australia. Interestingly, in 1991 a Subaru SVX won the Alcan Winter Rally, a race starting in Seattle to the Arctic circle and back during the early 1990s there was a Subaru SVX PPG pace car. Due to low production numbers, the SVX is quite a rare car in the UK and is quickly gaining modern classic car status. This example was registered new in the UK on the 10 th September 1993 and has had a total of five owners from new. The car has covered 112,000 miles from new and comes with an excellent service. The service book includes stamps at 7939, 14901, 23213, 29720, 77089, 86165, 88592, 94518, 103795 and 110000 miles. Five of the services have been carried out at Subaru main dealerships and three carried out with main dealer Mazda agents. The Subaru also comes with a comprehensive file of invoices for service and maintenance work detailing thousands of pounds worth
757 BOJ was first registered on the 18th May 1960 and spent much of its early life in the Greater London area, based in Eltham, SE9 and later Bushey in Hertfordshire. By 1976 the 'Frogeye' was registered in the North West where it has spent the majority of the past 40 years, moving between Lancaster, Carnforth and the Lake District. We initially brought the 'Frogeye' in through part exchange for a Triumph TR6 in May 2015, collecting it up in the Lake District. We sold the car immediately to one of our regular customers in South Yorkshire and carried out a high level of preparation work to include new track rod ends, new radius arms, rebuilt brake calipers, new rear wheel cylinders, rebuilt rev counter and replacement ammeter, top hose, ignition switch and choke cable.