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This matching numbers UK supplied Jaguar E-Type Series II 4.2 FHC, still in its original colours of Light Blue with Black trim was manufactured on the 30th October 1968 and distributed by Henlys London. This is a very early UK Series II FHC being chassis number 16 and interestingly it was not registered until 1987 as it was on Diplomatic number plates for 19 years. The most recent owner, in an attempt to find out more about the cars early life did track down the cars first registered keeper, then a 22-year-old living in London. He purchased the car in London from a South African gentleman and then registered the car, being allocated with the registration number CYY 78G. The E-Type stayed with its first registered owner from 1987 to 1994. The second recorded owner kept the E-Type from 1994 to 1997, and it was sold in stripped down condition and photos in the history file support this. The E-Type was with its third owner from 1997 to 2004 and he carried out a restoration in 1997/1998, photographs in the file show a bare rolling shell with doors, bonnet, tailgate, engine, interior all removed. From completion in 1998 the E-Type was used on various Jaguar Owners Club events, one trip b
Rover P3 models only had a very short production run lasting around eighteen months. The P3 retains all of the old traditional styling but coupled with new independent coil spring suspension, new hydro-mechanical brakes, two new inlet over exhaust engines in four and six cylinder form which allowed larger valves to fitted, making them more efficient makes the P3 a delightful model to have. This beautiful example was sold by us in 2012 to a regular customer in Suffolk who has parted company with the car after five years due to an imminent re-location to France. During his ownership the Rover has been used on a regular basis and comes back to us on the button, driving and performing superbly. MPF 325 has covered less than 10,000 miles since an extensive engine rebuild in 1992. The engine was stripped down and re-shelled, re-bored and new pistons fitted. The starter motor and dynamo were also rebuilt and a new clutch fitted. More recently between 2008 and 2012 the Rover had further expenditure to include a professional re-paint, re-trimmed upholstery and various re-chroming work. The Rover also had mechanical work to include new engine mountings, re-conditioned radiator, new hoses, th
AOT 608 was first registered on the 23rd October 1935 and is a Series One Four Seat Tourer. From the old brown buff logbook still with the car, we know the Morris spent the early and mid 1960's with various owners in Middlesex and Surrey. In 1967 the car moved to Northampton where it spent 49 years. We have an MOT certificate from 1976 but then the Morris spent 40 years in a private collection and was not used on the road until very recently.
We are delighted to offer this superbly presented home market Triumph TR6 150BHP onto the market. This is the ultimate TR6 model being a CP chassis number car with overdrive and in today's strong TR6 market this car represents excellent value. JUL 834K is finished in its original colour combination of Pimento Red with Black leather trim, original correct wheels and has been restored during the 1990's to an excellent standard. From the Heritage Certificate we know the TR was built on the 24th November 1971 and was registered new in Central London. The TR comes with an as new soft top hood, hood cover, tonneau cover and history file to include handbook, MOT's, invoices and a full photographic record of a comprehensive restoration. Further to this, the car has had a further programme of work over the past twelve months that has put the car into outstanding condition. JUL 834K is an impressive car and this is partly due to the high standard of restoration undertaken. We can see from the condition and photographs that this car was taken back to the bare chassis. The body was totally stripped down, removed from the chassis and rebuilt to a high standard. The chassis was stripped, cleaned
This stunning MGB Roadster has been subject of a full Heritage shell rebuild and has been driven over to us in excellent order. The car has been with one of our regular customers on the East Coast and has had some serious detailing work carried out over the summer. Now retired, the most recent owner has spent a career working on cars and has gone right through this MG with a keen eye for detail. Since preparing the car to his high standards, it has performed perfectly being used on a regular basis for some summer touring on Yorkshire roads.
This original RHD Triumph TR5 PI was built on 17th May 1968 and supplied new in Signal Red with Black Ambla upholstery. The car was fitted with overdrive, heater, tonneau cover and is a genuine home market UK car. When new, the car was subject of a Home Delivery Export Scheme and the vehicle's first owner was Mr H.G Beth in Sweden. The TR5 has spent almost its entire life in Sweden and was brought back into the UK in 2015 by a UK citizen working for Volvo in Sweden. We sold this lovely useable example to the Deputy Chairman of a prominent Yorkshire Construction Company in 2015. In two years of ownership the TR has proven completely reliable and has successfully carried out some long distance touring in France, covering 1300 miles for the Dijon Classic. Prior to delivering the car we thoroughly prepared the car in our Malton Coachworks workshop. JSA 354G was treated to new rear sub frame top mounts, new headlamps, rear brake shoes, hand brake arms and front brake pads. Upper ball joint bolts were replaced as were exhaust mountings, wipers, the rocker cover gasket and the accelerator cable, control cable, air control knob and heat control knob were also replaced with new. A new spare
This superb driving Ford 289 V8 Mustang Fastback has been with its most recent owner since the beginning of 2017 and has had over £8,000 spent over the year. Work includes re-trimming door cards and seats, fitting a Master Power front brake disc conversion kit, new correct steering wheel, Halogen headlamp conversion, new fuel tank sender seal, radio with iPod, a new set of BF Goodrich tyres and work to the carburettor and throttle and gearbox control linkage. The Ford has had all work carried out with local specialists in the Malton area and it’s been driven over to us absolutely on the button, and ready to use and enjoy. The Mustang appears very honest and original and is still in its original colour of Ivy Green. From de-coding the numbers on the car, we know this was the original factory colour, as was the trim which is finished in Ivy Gold. The Mustang was built at Dearborn and is a genuine Fastback 289 with C4 automatic gearbox and 2.80:1 axle ratio. In January 2015 this Ford was registered in the United Kingdom and has covered around 1200 miles. HVK 314C presents very well with a lovely paint finish. The Mustang has an excellent straight bodyshell, structurally superb undersi
This superb driving MG TD has recently had £6,000 spent on mechanical work to include a full gearbox rebuild, brand new clutch, new headlights, new rear brake shoes, two front brake hoses, new rear axle oil seals, new timing cover gasket and seals and new sump gasket. The front end of the engine was stripped to ensure no oil leaks and the car has been serviced with fresh oil, new spark plugs and brake fluid replaced. Other expenditure last year includes over £3,000 of specialist trimming work to include a new hood, new sidescreens and full tonneau cover. This TD was brought to the UK from Texas, USA in 2013 and was purchased by a UK enthusiast. The MG was already in RHD format over in the USA and was been subject of various restoration work prior to coming over to the UK. The body was taken down to bare metal and re-painted and the wood frame re-conditioned with various new wood sections. The interior was treated to new carpets, door cards and seats are in excellent order. The dashboard is excellent and all gauges work and are in excellent order. The 1250cc engine has been stripped, rebuilt and converted to run on unleaded fuel. The carburettor was rebuilt, as was the distributor a
This beautifully presented MG TF 1250 was supplied new in North America. During the 1980's the MG was shipped to the UK and subject of a top class, professional restoration and right hand drive conversion. The TF was completed by 1989, finished in bright Red with lovely Tan leather upholstery, Beige weather equipment and chrome wire wheels. The car was finished to a high standard and during the 1990's and 2000's has featured at many shows, rallies and events in both England and Wales. The car originally came to us in 2008 having spent many years on the Welsh show scene. The car required very little preparation work and quickly sold to a local MG enthusiast near York. Between 2008 and 2015 the MG has proven totally reliable and has travelled all over North Yorkshire to many classic car shows. Over several years of regular use, the owner spent almost £5,000 on further improvements to include a full engine rebuild. The MG was treated to new main and big end bearings and shells, new camshaft, new pistons and piston ring set, oil pump, cam bearing, re-ground crankshaft and all new gaskets. Further expenditure included regular maintenance. Over the past twelve months the MG has not been
This excellent driving Lotus Elan Plus Two has been with a classic car enthusiast who lives in our local village (West Knapton) for the past six years. We’ve seen the car being driven out over summer months and it’s always proven totally reliable. Over the six years it has been serviced by a local Jaguar specialist and has cost very little maintain. The Elan has just covered a few hundred miles per year during recent ownership and has done around 7000 miles since complete rebuild between 2003-2008. The car was subject of a five year rebuild having spent eighteen years off the road. The car was rebuilt on a brand new Spyder chassis and still retains its original engine and gearbox which have both been rebuilt. For reliability, a Burton Cartridge water pump was fitted along with QED pistons, electronic ignition, high torque starter and in improved radiator with electric fan. The Lotus was fully re-wired with two new looms to accept modern fuses and relays, a new alternator fitted and a very expensive stainless steel manifold was handmade and fitted. The Lotus was also treated to new galvanised inner sills, Sue Miller solid drive shafts and Tony Thompson Racing adjustable front suspen
This ultra-low mileage, low ownership Triumph Spitfire was first registered on the 22nd November 1979. LNO 381V left the factory in Vermillion Red with optional overdrive and a hard top that is still with the car today. The Triumph was registered new in Brentwood, Essex and changed hands within the town to a lady on the 16th October 1988. She kept the car until 2011 but we believe the Spitfire had spent many years off the road. The Triumph was not used from 2011 to the summer of 2015 when it was subject of some basic re-commissioning work. The Triumph was MOT tested but only covered 15 miles from 2015-2016 and the car arrived with us in totally original condition with a mileage of just 25000. On arrival at our Malton Coachworks workshop, the Triumph was checked over and various work was recommended. The vehicle was programmed into the schedule and has since benefitted from a rebuilt gearbox, replacement brake caliper, brake hose, front and rear wheel cylinders, new rear brake shoes, new brake master cylinder, replacement brake fluid, new sump gasket, timing cover gasket, timing cover oil seal, replacement radiator, new fan belt, new thermostat housing, new starter solenoid, windscr
We sold this incredibly rare motor car in 2011 to a relatively local customer who has 50 years of business experience in the engineering sector. He has been totally meticulous with the Durant, taking it to an exceptionally high standard spending £35,000 on the car during his six years of ownership. The Durant has covered 3400 faultless miles during his ownership, the headline trip being a 1500 mile journey to Angouleme in Bordeaux and back for the cars 90th birthday. The Durant is in exceptional condition and is totally reliable and ready to go. Expenditure on the Star includes over £6,000 on re-upholstery work, £9,000 on bodywork and paintwork and major mechanical work to the engine, rear axle and fuel system (re-conditioning auto-vac). Further works includes new windscreen glass, re-lined clutch, re-cored radiator and huge lists of detail mechanical works are detailed on the £35,000 of invoices. As a result of the careful ownership and improvements carried out, this is a wonderful opportunity to own a pre-war car that really has been prepared with no expense spared. On the road the Star is lovely to drive with lots of power and a smooth gearbox and axle and besides its long trip
This stunning Triumph 1800 Roadster has just arrived with having being subject some light restoration work. The Triumph has recently been stripped down to the rolling shell and treated to a complete, top class re-paint. Various chrome work was also carried out and prior to this the desirable Roadster has been treated to a complete interior re-trim in Red leather and new Black mohair hood. The car presents superbly and is a lovely usable example, further enhanced by a floor change four speed gearbox as an alternative to the standard column change. Our Roadster will be sold with a full 12 months MOT, fully serviced and function checked once sold and further details will follow soon.
This beautifully presented Daimler 250 V8 Saloon has been known to us for fifteen years and has been with its last owner since 2012 covering 2000 faultless miles over five years. The car was supplied new in New Zealand, distributed by Coutts in Auckland and its first owner was a Mr James Owen of Tauranga. In New Zealand the Daimler had long term owners; in fact two over 27 years and in 2003 was purchased by one of our long term customers living in New Zealand at the time. The Daimler had recently undergone a programme of restoration work which included a body restoration and when the owner re-located back to the UK, he brought the Daimler V8 with him. Between 2005 and 2008 the Daimler was owned by a Jaguar/Daimler enthusiast in the North East of England and the Daimler was very much on the show and rally scene. Various improvements were made to include a new water pump and pulley, a full stainless steel exhaust system, new electric fuel pump and electronic ignition. The Daimler came back to us in part exchange in 2008 and we sold the car to another long term customer, a Yorkshire based lawyer who is involved with the Alvis Owners Club at board level. During three years of ownership
LG 4624 was first registered on the 14th June 1930 and supplied new to a Chartered Accountant, Mr A.E Slater-Cook who held a practice in Liverpool. Correspondence from Humber in 1930 addressed paperwork to various addresses held by Mr Slater-Cook in Liverpool, Frodsham and The Aldelphi Hotel in Harrogate. Interestingly, he did not trust delivery drivers to observe the correct running in speed so he collected the car himself from the Humber Works in Coventry. He was also Chauffeur driven to work in the car and also had blocks fitted to the pedals at a cost of Seven Shillings and Sixpence so his daughter could also drive the car. The Humber stayed in the family from 1930 to 1964, the only keeper change being a transfer into his daughters name in 1954. From the continuation brown ‘buff’ logbook we know the car spent 1964 s and early 1970’s in the Birmingham area having being in the North West for the first 34 years. There is also a letter in the history dated in 2012 from the previous owner who purchased the car from Miss Euphemia Slater-Cook in 1964 adding to the wonderful early correspondence still with the car that includes an original receipt, newspaper cuttings and various letter
This nicely restored BSA Scout Four Seat Tourer was owned in the 1930's by the band leader, entertainer, radio and TV personality Billy Cotton. He was known for being an amateur football player for Brentford and Wimbledon, a band leader who's orchestra survived the British dance band era and is most remembered as a 1950's and 1960's TV and radio personality.
We are delighted to offer onto the market a beautifully presented 1935 MG PA. Please e-mail for further details and photographs. Please also see model information and specifications taken from the MG Owner's Club website. The P type Midget was launched in March 1934 as the replacement for the J2. It is well recognised that the P type had similarities with previous Magnas and Magnettes and its parentage derived from the M and J types. 'Autocar' magazine road tested the P type in November of that year and reported "This latest model is a marked improvement in all respects over its forerunners". Sales literature produced by Abingdon claimed, "In all there are over one hundred new and improved features". With good reports in the motoring press it was no surprise that the car sold well, with serious production starting at the end of January 1934; over two hundred cars a month were coming off the production lines. The P type was fitted with an all new 847cc engine, with three main bearings supporting the rigid crankshaft. This allowed higher engine revolutions to be employed with safety. An improved Tecalemit oil lubrication and filtering system was a welcome addition to the engine. This
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
JYL 972D was first registered on 25th February 1966 and is finished in Indigo Blue with Grey leather upholstery. The car is a genuine 3.8S with automatic transmission and still rides on steel wheels as original. The Jaguar has a recorded mileage of 66,300 and from previous MOT certificates we know the car has covered 13,300 miles in ten years since a substantial restoration. The car was subject of a major restoration from 2003-2005 and various upgrades were made to make this S'Type ideal for regular use. A comprehensive file accompanies the car with thousands of pounds worth of invoices and some restoration photographs. There is paperwork detailing the majority of work that included removing the engine, stripping it down and rebuilding. The crankshaft was re-ground, bearings replaced, a 420 oil pump fitted and the cylinder head rebuilt and converted to unleaded. The water pump was replaced, drive belts replaced, carburettors rebuilt, XJ6 rack and pinion power assisted steering fitted and an uprated alternator fitted. Electronic ignition was fitted, two solid state fuel pumps fitted, the fuel tanks replaced, the wiring loom replaced and the propshaft was treated to new universal joi
This beautiful Rolls Royce Convertible has covered just 76,000 miles from new and comes with a file of invoices totaling towards £50,000 of service and maintenance work, mainly carried out by Rolls Royce Bentley dealership Broughtons of Cheltenham. This stunning example, chassis number DRH9757 was supplied new in Masons Black with Black hide with Grey carpets and Grey hood headlining. The car was sold new by Jack Barclay Ltd and ordered new with fog lamps, plain Sundym Glass, flasher/repeater lamps fitted at Crewe and a Philips Cassette Tape player to be fitted to the centre console by HJM MPW. The Rolls Royce was ordered new by Peter Rogers at Feature Film Facilities, Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire. Peter Rogers became a British institution, the highly successful producer of more than 30 Carry on Films and it was reported by ‘The Telegraph’ that he left a legacy that is unrivalled and his contribution to British cinema is long and illustrious. The BBC quote his life’s work was rewarded at the British Comedy Awards in 1990 and by the London Critic’s Circle six years later. He was married to another British film producer, Betty Box. The Rolls Royce spent its early life with the
GWY 220J was first registered on the 1st January 1971 and is finished in British Racing Green with Black upholstery and original Rostyle wheels. From correspondence in the history file we know the MG has been in the North of England since 1977. From 1977 to 1992 the MG was in Thirsk, North Yorkshire before being sold to a new owner in Leeds. During the late 1990's the MG was in Newcastle, later Sunderland, Cheshire and most recently one of our Yorkshire based regular customers. We know the MG was off the road for several years from 2005 but in 2010 when changing hands, the MG was treated to some mechanical re-commissioning work. We have receipts detailing various work to include fitting a lead free cylinder head, new water pump, new heater hoses and new ignition items. In 2012 the brakes were overhauled with new wheel cylinders and brake shoes and there are also invoices in 2013 for a new clutch, starter ring gear, spigot bushes, clevis pins, bolt and bush release arms and a new pedal box. Since the above work the MG has been covering relatively low mileage and has been continually improved. Having had the various mechanical re-commissioning work, in 2015 the MG was treated to a pr
We are delighted to offer this exceptionally rare Humber Pullman Laundaulette onto the market. There are only a handful of this type still in existence. The car was despatched from the factory on the 19th October 1931 to Rossleigh, Edinburgh. Documentation in the history from a Humber motoring Historian states the car is actually a 1932 model and is believed to have left the factory in its current colours of Royal Blue over Black. The Humber spent most of its life in Scotland, spending 50 years with the same family. The Humber also comes with its original Hackney Carriage 8 seats plaque as it was used to transport holiday guests from Granton Station to Aviemore Resort in Scotland. Having spent its entire life in Scotland, the most recent owner in Enfield bought the Humber in 1999 and has covered 6500 miles in the car over the past 18 years and the Humber arrives with us in impressive mechanical order, beautifully presented body and a totally original, unrestored interior. Whilst the Humber retains a great deal of originality, it was subject of some restoration work in 1992. Over £10,000 was spent on removing all exterior fittings and interior trim and seats, stripping the complete
GSK 817 was built on the 7th-8th April 1959 and left the factory in Colarado Red with Red upholstery. The Healey was sold new in New York, USA with wire wheels, overdrive, adjustable steering column, heater, laminated windscreen and miles per hour speedometer. The car is today still with its original engine and gearbox, and during the early 1990's was fitted with a racing overdrive unit. In 1991 the Healey was brought over to the UK, subject of a right hand drive steering conversion and restoration work and was registered too and owned by one of our existing customers for almost 20 years.
We are delighted to offer this ultra-low mileage cult classic Fiat 500 onto the market. Over recent years, the Fiat 500 has grown into a true icon and top class examples are becoming increasingly hard to find. This exceptional car has only covered an astonishing 4200 kilometres from new, just 2600 miles and is one of the last produced with a very unique history. The car was first registered on the 4th June 1974 in Bologna, Central Italy. The car was bought as a gift from husband to elderly wife and during the first three months of ownership the Fiat did not leave the garage. The couple's niece visited from Turin and saw the car for the first time, she fell in love with the little car and it was given to her as a gift. The niece drove the car home to Turin in Northern Italy and the Fiat had covered its first 340 kilometres. From 1974 to 1983 the Fiat covered just 3500 kilometres and was used to take her son to school, just half a mile from the family home. On summer days they would walk, other days take the Fiat. Unfortunately the owner became unwell in 1983 and health issues prevented her from driving. She did not want to sell the Fiat and persuaded her husband to keep the car taxe
This stunning original RHD UK supplied Austin Healey ‘Frogeye' Sprite MKI was first registered on the 10th July 1959 and has had just four owners from new. The Frogeye spent many years off the road and in 2015 was subject of a total nut and bolt restoration. Since completion the car has covered just 775 miles, 150 of these on the rolling road and it was driven to us from the Wakefield area without hesitation. WXX 707 has had an absolute fortune spent on rebuild; £20,000 has been spent alone on parts before labour. Invoices and photographs are available to support this. £9,000 alone was spent having a brand new Wheeler and Davis Stage 3 bodyshell which includes a new steel bonnet, doors and rear wings. The engine was rebuilt by a race engine builder, John Toovey of Toovey Racing. The gearbox was stripped down and rebuilt by a South Yorkshire specialist and the car built up with a brand new interior, brand new weather equipment, new wiring and electrics. The Frogeye was painted in the ever popular Iris Blue and Dark Blue upholstery has been used offering a lovely combination. The Sprite MKI has a perfect, as new underside that has been professionally clear waxoyled at Rustbusters and
This delightful early Morris Bullnose Cowley is a car we know very well having sold it in 2010 and again in 2015. In 2010 an elderly customer of ours in York bought the Bullnose and as part of the preparation work we overhauled the switchbox, re-conditioned the steering box and both the magneto and dynamo were rebuilt and re-wired. Over the five years the Bullnose was not really used. It was continuously cleaned, was regularly fired up and kept on blocks in the owner’s workshop. In 2015, we sold the car to another long term customer, this time in Lincolnshire. We stripped and cleaned the carb, cleaned the fuel lines, replaced the fuel tap and carried out a service. Once the Morris began to get use, a differential issue came to light and we removed the rear axle and diff and at a cost of over £1000 has it overhauled. Since then the Bullnose has been used on the show and rally circuit and has performed faultlessly in almost two years of ownership. It is now a superb driving, reliable and wonderfully usable Bullnose. EL 6583 was first registered on 29 th November 1922 and is known as the Model MC2, 2-Seat Tourer. It also has the useful rear dickey seat that can carry two passengers or
WFO 875 has had over £35,000 spent since 2001, has covered over 40,000 miles in the last 16 years and has regularly toured in the South of England, Belgium and France. This could be the ultimate touring MG TD that has a proven long distance driving track record. Several photos with the car show it at the 2005 Regency Run (Surrey/Sussex MG run), 2009 Windsor run, in Normandy in 2007, at Han sur Lesse, Belgium in 2008 and at the 2011 tour of Newhaven. The MG spent from 2001 to 2016 with one meticulous owner in the Maidstone area of Kent and was driven faultlessly to Yorkshire. The MG has been with one our regular local customers just 3 miles away and has come to us in part exchange.
SPK 480M was first registered on the 1st August 1973 and is finished in Sea Green with Tan leather upholstery with automatic transmission. This is the first Volvo P1800 Estate we have had in over fifteen years and they are becoming increasingly rare in RHD format. Little over 8000 P1800 Estates were produced and roughly a quarter of these were made for the UK market. According to club sources, around 1000 original UK cars have survived making this such a rare find. This particular example had just one owner from 1987 to 2016 and still retains its original registration mark. The car comes with a significant amount of history with photographs of restoration work and over £12,000 worth of receipts. In recent years the Volvo has been treated to a full re-paint and back in 2003 had a major body restoration carried out by Classic Restorations Ltd in Alyth. This included fitting brand new front wings and the cutting out of corrosion and fabricating in new metal work. The car was clearly very original at this stage and required a major body rebuild. More recently in 2015 the P1800 has been treated to new front and rear brake calipers, new brake hoses, handbrake cable, handbrake shoes, new
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