1962 Jaguar 3.8 E Type Roadster Manufactured in December 1962, this is originally a LHD car that has been converted to RHD whilst being fully restored. The car has been kept in its original colours of Opalescent Silver Blue with Black trim and a Black hood. Every aspect of the car has been restored from the body through to the engine, transmission, differential, suspension and brakes. The car has had several upgrades fitted – 5 speed gearbox, uprated brakes, uprated torsion bars, uprated heater motor, uprated headlights, aluminium radiator, electric cooling fan and a stainless steel exhaust system. This is a great car to drive and is in excellent condition having covered just 500 miles since being restored. Please contact us to arrange a test drive.
1989 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible Jaguar XJS V12 5.3 Convertible. This car has covered 35000 miles from new with full service history. The car comes with a large history file receipts and old MOT’s. It has the usual Jaguar refinements – Cruise control, Air conditioning, Heated seats, Factory rear seat conversion. This car is in excellent condition.
1996 Jaguar XJS V12 6.0 Jaguar XJS V12 6.0 from the last year of production. This car is in excellent condition having 38000 miles from new with Full Service History. This stunning car comes with features including – original radio with a six stack CD in the boot, cruise control and air conditioning.
1964 Gordon Keeble This manual transmission example was originally exported to Canada in 1964 and in May 1967 was sold to the second owner with 5,500 miles on the odometer. The current vendor bought this Gordon-Keeble and imported it into the Netherlands in 2000, since when approximately €30,000 has been spent on bringing the car to its present excellent condition. British-car specialists Noble House in Almere, Holland carried out the restoration, since when only some 2,000 miles have been covered. Noteworthy features include an additional brake servo, a Kenlowe electric cooling fan and its original Radiomobile radio. The vendor has been told that the rear axle ratio of 3.07:1 was changed to 2.88:1 at 14,188 miles, and that the speedometer had been changed by 15,522 miles, making the total covered from new approximately 58,000 miles. Finished in Sage Green metallic with original black skai interior.
1961 Jaguar E Type FHC The E-Type that turned heads at the 1961 Scottish Motor Show has been brought back to its former glory by world-leading restorers Classic Motor Cars (CMC). Chassis No. 15 was the fifteenth right hand drive fixed head coupe E-Type to leave Jaguar’s production line in 1961 and was used as a press car at the Scottish Motor Show held at the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, in November that year. The car then moved on to private ownership and went missing for decades until CMC discovered it in Cernay, France, in late 2013. Exactly 2,956hrs were spent restoring every nut and bolt of this E-Type at CMC’s modern workshops in Bridgnorth, saving as much of the original car as possible and bringing back its show-stopping condition. Tim Leese, Managing Director of Classic Motor Cars, said: “We found Chassis No. 15 in Cernay, a French town close to the border with Germany. It had been owned by the same person since 1976, who dismantled it probably some twenty years ago and that is as far as he got. “The car was underneath some covers in a garden, very rusty and corroded – there was even a bird’s nest in the rear quarter! We carried out a full nut and bolt restoration, which proved to be quite a challenge due to the sorry state in which it was found.” However, CMC is known to never back down from a challenging restoration and has a reputation for having restored some of the most historic E-Types, including Lofty England’s Chassis No. 4, the Lindner-Nöcker Lightweight and 1VHP, the first right hand drive fixed head coupe off the production line. Tim said: “No detail was too small and extensive work has been carried out in the paint and trim shops so that the car can now boast its original colour combination of pearl grey exterior and light blue interior, being the only one produced in those colours in 1961. “This was one of the six E-Types on display at the 1961 Scottish Motor Show. After restoring it to its former glory, we thought it was only fitting that the car returned to the centre stage 55 years later and what could be better than the London Classic Car Show.”
1955 Jaguar XK140 Roadster POA This car is probably the most original XK140 Roadster in the world. It has less than 22,000 recorded miles from new and is a great testament to the original owner, who cared for and maintained the car for more than 46 years. The first owner, Rene Savoie, ordered the car namely Jaguar XK140SE in the beautiful combination of Suede Green exterior with Suede Green leather and it was dispatched to Massachusetts on the 18th February 1955. Mr Savoie reluctantly sold the car when he could no longer physically drive it and it passed to his long time property manager, at the time of sale the recorded mileage was just 20,000. Over the last eight years, the car has been part of a collection of highly original unrestored sports cars. The recorded mileage today shows 21,958 miles. The body and structure are in remarkable condition with very good panel gaps. The engine bay is excellent with the original chassis plate attached and the correct C-Type cylinder head fitted. Even the original cheney hose clips are still in place. The interior is also in remarkable condition along with the original carpets and door casings and we are currently feeding the leather to improve its suppleness. A full tonneau cover is included, which again is in remarkable condition. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a wonderfully preserved Jaguar XK140 Roadster in the best specification.
1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster One of the rarest and most unusual colour combinations produced by Jaguar, namely heather with cerise trim. This E-Type has been looked after and maintained to a high standard throughout its life. The last owner purchased it in 1989 from a previous long time lady owner. The car remains in original Jaguar specification and runs and drives very well. We have a good pictorial history file compiled by the previous owner detailing the extensive maintenance work completed over the last 30 years. The Series 3 V12 E-Type is still very underrated when compared with the earlier Series 1 Roadster; hence you can purchase a lot more for your money. Come for a test drive and inspection as this car is real value for money.
Jaguar C-Type Replica A beautiful aluminium C-Type replica, first registered in the early 1980s, in superb condition and ready to be raced and rallied. Previous owners include Victor Gauntlett, former chairman of Aston Martin Lagonda, and Paul Alexander, who raced the car in the 1990s. This is a very accurate replica with many period features giving a feeling of history and provenance. At this time the car does not have FIA papers, however these could be obtained to allow entry into any classic racing series. As values for original C-Types continue to reach stratospheric levels, this is a way of owning a beautiful facsimile, which will allow you to drive and compete with the real thing. Come and take a test drive!
Lindner Nocker Low Drag E-Type No. 3, 4 & 5 Lindner Nocker Low Drag E-Type No. 2 has been completed and delivered to its new owner in September 2014. WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR CAR NO. 3, 4 AND 5. EACH CAR WILL TAKE 24 MONTHS TO COMPLETE FROM DATE OF ORDER. A stunning blueprint copy of the iconic Lindner Nocker Low Drag Lightweight E-Type, prepared by the same team of skilled craftsmen who restored the original car to great acclaim, resulting in it winning the Restoration of the Year at the International Historic Motoring Awards in 2011. The new body is totally accurate and was built by the world renowned R S Panels. Every aspect of the vehicle is as per the original specification, including the changes made in its life from an alloy engine block to the steel block, which was the most powerful XK engine Jaguar ever produced in house at 344bhp. Uniquely the VIN plate for this car is being manufactured using some of the off cuts of aluminum saved from the restoration of the original Lindner Nocker Low Drag Coupe. The new owner will be able to have final input into the car’s specification for either road or track. This car is destined to be a future classic that will not only reward its owner as a wise investment but will be a joy to drive. Each vehicle will be supplied with full FIA Historic Technical Passport to make it eligible to race in any classic/historic race series.
1976 Daimler V12 Coupe This is the rarest of all the XJ Coupe range with only some 408 manufactured. Only a handful remain, making it the most desirable model. The car was restored to better than new condition with the sole objective of winning concours competitions. It was shown at various events culminating in champion of champions October 1993 where it was awarded first place, the car then went on to win other major awards throughout 1994. The restoration covered every aspect of the car, from the body and structure through to the engine, transmission, brakes, suspension, electrics, interior and chrome. Winning a concours event is very difficult, the level of detail and finish required has to be second to none On completion of its concours career, the owner took the car off the road and it remained in dry storage until we were fortunate to acquire it recently. We have been through the car and carried out a mechanical recommissioning programme in order to bring it back to show-winning condition. Every aspect of this motor car is excellent, the underside and wheel arches are as clean and detailed as the upper surfaces. Details in and around the engine compartment would suggest that the restoration had been completed in 2014 and not in 1993. The current condition is certainly better than the day it left Browns Lane and it is probably the best example available. The XJ Coupe models are fast appreciating classic Jaguars and this particular model, being one of only 408, has to be the one to own
2004 Porsche 911/996 GT3 MK2 An absolutely stunning car to drive, this rare, original and immaculate Mk2 GT3 is available for immediate delivery. With only two fastidious owners from new, it has a full main agent Porsche Service history and a recorded mileage of only 15,395 miles (24,634 kilometres), This left hand drive second series GT3 is completely original with its standard 3.6 litre 381 bhp engine and 6 speed manual transmission. It has never been raced and is in superb condition throughout. The car's exterior is finished in rare Cobalt Blue, with black full leather interior, Porsche monogrammed headrests, half silver package and alcantara head lining. The car is at our facility at Bridgnorth and you are welcome to come for an inspection. You won't be disappointed.
1961 Flat Floor 3.8 E Type Roadster Manufactured in September 1961, this right hand drive flat floor roadster has been restored to a very high standard over a number of years. We have five photograph albums which detail all aspects of the restoration process from the initial stripping to the finished car. The car has covered less than 500 miles since restoration and is still being run in. We will complete the running in taking the car to 1000 miles, where we will complete a service and spanner check to make sure that it is ready to be used and enjoyed. Every aspect of the car has been restored from the body through to the engine, transmission, differential, suspension and braking system. The electrical wiring has been replace, all the instruments restored and a new interior and hood have been fitted. If you are looking for an early flat floor right hand drive roadster, please come and take a look and test drive as we are sure that you will not be disappointed.