Variant: COMING SOON COMING SOON Triumph TR6 Manual with Overdrive, Hard Top original left hand drive European delivered.
Variant: Speedwell We have great pleasure in offering this very fine example of a 1968 Riley Elf Speedwell, the car wants for nothing and everything is just right. Lots of history to follow.
This beautiful Aston Martin DB5 originally delivered by Brooklands of Bond street on 2o November 1963 and finished in Dawn blue with Dark Blue leather trim. Fitted with a five speed manual ZF gearbox and a factory sun roof. The car was sold to a Italian owner in 1988 and put into storage in 1990 when he went to South Africa. The car was taken out of storage in 2013 with less then 100,000 miles on the clock. The car was restored by RS Car Classics of Modena with the mechanical works carried out by Fratelli Colombo of Milan. The car was finished in 2015 and has done very little since. Still in outstanding condition, it just looks stunning in the dark blue.
This very tasteful Aston Martin V8 Volante original left hand drive with automatic transmission and Bosch fuel injection is in outstanding condition throughout and wants for nothing, except a gentleman driver. The car is in concours condition and drives so well. Fitted with a four speed automatic gearbox just finishes the car off, with no comprises. Stunning Burgundy paintwork, the best leather work and supported by the best craftsman, one of the best fitted Mohair hoods, its just spot-on. The car was sold new to the USA and shipped back to the UK for a Norwegian client, who just wanted the best V8 Volante possible in his colour scheme and thats what we have here.
The Brooklands is Bentley’s new flagship coupe, and a deeply impressive, deeply seductive machine it is too. Based loosely on the Azure convertible yet picking up in spirit where the thunderous Continental T of the late 1990s left off, everything about the Brooklands is big. And beautiful – so long as you’re into cars that cost £230,000, weigh 2665kg and are largely made by hand from unfathomably exotic materials (Steve Sutcliffe 2008) This outstanding motor car has everything you would wish for in a luxury motorcar and more, just effortless in every way. One of only 550 produced and 500 of these were sold before the launch. This car has full main dealer service history, so well documented and just one previous owner with 23,000 miles, just run in for a Bentley 6761cc V8 Engine. Finished in Diamond Blue Silver with Cotswold leather trim and finished in beautiful wood veneer.
The Aston Martin V8 Volante was launched in June 1978 and went through to 1989 with a number of variants over the years, with a total build of 893 cars built at the Newport Pagnel factory. The hand built car took over1200 man-hours to build, with a steel chassis, aluminum hand formed body, hand built engine, hand cut leather interior was a real gentleman’s grand tourer. This car we are delighted to offer is a 1979 manual right hand drive Webber carburetor car, which has been subject to major restoration work and is in very fine order. A all matching numbers car finished in traditional Aston martin green with tan leather trim and green mohair hood covering, green carpets throughout. Outstanding attention to detail and a underside as clean as the exterior paint finish, very presentable and drivable car.
Variant: Vantage Manual Excellent condition and well documented service and ownership history. Very desirable and collectable version and colour combination. Bought as a dealer demonstrator in 2000 by Englishman Mr P Bacon who was living in Milan at the time. He kept it until 2012 when given as part exchange against a newer model, to AM Heritage dealer Nicholas Mee &Co in London. Fully serviced and 12 month warranty issued before sold to Finland. All European taxes paid. History; 10/1999 first registration for Royal Cars SRL Milan, 120 kms 01/2000 service Royal Cars SRL, 3515 kms 03/2000 6 x service campaigns Royal Cars SRL 07/2000 ownership change Mr P Bacon 06/2001 service, 6 x service campaigns Royal Cars SRL, 14457 kms 11/2001 service campaign Royal Cars SRL 09/2002 service, service campaign Royal Cars SRL, 22575 kms 05/2003 4 x service campaign Royal Cars SRL 02/2004 service Royal Cars SRL, 32232 kms 11/2005 service, Emilianauto, Bologna, 41300 kms 09/2010 service Royal Cars SRL, 58186 kms 02/2013 service, Nicholas Mee &Co UK, 60997 km 03/2013 ownership change Mr H Asunta, imported and registered in Finland, 61005 kms 06/2013 a/c refill, 64120 kms 04/2014 ownership change Mr R Paulig, 68001 kms 09/2014 MOT/TÜV roadworthiness inspection, 72958 kms 10/2014 new tyres Michelin PilotSport3 08/2015 replace clutch package with improved version, new flywheel, slave cylinder, replace final drive and gearbox oil, Kariste Ky Helsinki, 76653 kms 09/2015 MOT/TÜV roadworthiness inspection, 77384 kms 09/2015 service Callisma Aston Martin Stockholm, 76725 kms + new thermostat, replace vacuum and breather hoses, fuel filters 06/2016 ownership change H Asunta 08/2016 MOT/TÜV roadworthiness inspection, 84081 kms 08/2016 wheel alignment 09/2016 service Aston Hill Stockholm, 85681 kms 08/2017 MOT/TÜV roadworthiness inspection, 89939 kms
Morgan had the recipe absolutely right in 1960 - the sliding pillar front suspension still had long enough travel to be comfortable on bumpy roads, the TR engine was strong and sounded great - and front disc brakes had finally become an option in late 1959. This lovely two-seater Plus 4 left the factory in late 1960 bound for the USA, in Westminster Green with wire wheels and disc brakes. Repatriated back to the UK in 2016, the chassis, body and suspension were in superb condition but the gearbox jumped out of second and the engine was just beginning to knock. So, the gearbox went off to Morgan Moss gearbox legend Billy Bellinger and the engine came out for a professional rebuild. Fitted with 87mm pistons and liners, giving 2186cc and promising lots of torque, all top quality parts were used and documented.The crankshaft was ground to 20thou mains, 30thou big ends, the thrusts remain standard. The engine is a TR4 unit, fitted with the TR4A cylinder head and twin Stromberg 175's, with tubular exhaust manifold, promising Super Sports levels of performance for a fraction of the price. The car is now fully run in and driving so well, retaining its original condition and patina of a 58 year old car. All matching numbers and Morgan build record. For more details contact Keith
Variant: Mille Miglia Entry 2018 As a result of a chance meeting between Donald Healey and George Mason CEO of the Nash Corporation, a mating of the Nash 6 cylinder engine and the Healey chassis resulted in the Nash Healey, 104 Panel Craft Nash Healey's were built, and Donald entered one in the Mille Miglia of 1951. This vehicle was found having been of the road in Florida some 30 years. The last car of the first batch built at the end of 1950. Shipped back to the UK in 2015, the car has completed a full nut and bolt restoration it was fitted the Le Mans Tri-carb cylinder head time for the 2016 Mille Miglia, completed and finished. The car also entered and finished the 2017 Mille Miglia, now has full entry for 2018 Mille Miglia. This car can be purchase with the entry for 2018.
COMING SOON The very last Aston Martin Virage Volante Wide Body (6.3 spec) with the V8 Coupe engine and four speed automatic gearbox. Call Keith for more details
Variant: S1 This original 3.8 left hand drive series one E Type Jaguar restored to the highest standards. More info soon, please call for more details.
Variant: Replica Tourer COMING SOON This stunning car we are currently offering here started its life as an M45R Rapide with a standard body produced by coachbuilders E D Abbott Limited of Farnham, Surrey, which in 1934 had received a major contract from Lagonda to provide ‘factory’ bodywork. After WW2, the car was returned to the Abbott company (which closed in 1972) to receive its current ‘Le Mans replica’ bodywork, which was a costly but highly effective transformation for sporting use. The car resided in the famous collection of Abraham Kogan until the end of the 1990s, and was subsequently sold to the USA from which it returned to Europe in 2004. This Lagonda M45R is an exciting ready-to-go, very well sorted out driver with astonishing power and equally capable handling. Supporting documentation includes US Certificate of Title and FIVA Identity Card. CEE taxes have been paid and Uk registered. • Charismatic marque • One of only 53 made • Eligible for a wide variety of prestigious events
We have here an historically important and spectacular survivor in original and unchanged condition. An expensive car of obviously high quality It is recorded that only approximately 1104 of these vehicles were produced of which only a handful survive today. The history of this car can be traced back many decades through Registration Papers and Public licences to 1939 and to the esteemed Don Emilio Borne Greber of Tudela of the Province of Zaragoza who is believed to have been an ecclesiastical associate with Tudela and Pamplona at that time and whom owned the car for the first 45 years of its life in his ecclesiastical role and up to 1976. Herein we have some survived documentation of Historic Qualification during those years. One would assume that he was able to keep this vehicle in top condition during those vital years and the condition of the car is testament to that fact as thereafter she has largely been maintained inside in museum conditions. Thereafter, probably around 1976, she passed through the hands of Vintage car collector Snr Miguel Burgos of Spanish fame who was very active in showing his cars and who competed in many rallies and events in Spain. She then resided the Sodena Spanish State collection in the Navarre Motor Museum from 1995 to 2014. After that time, the current owner purchased the car which would appear to have not been touched, (other than profusely polished) for the previous 25 years. The condition of the car is testament to the solid structure of the car and the preservation of its original condition throughout 87 years of ownership in an arid climate. The model is an 8 cylinder V configuration displacing just under 4 litres. The Motor Sport report above describes perfectly the performance of this vehicle and its original engine. The coachwork is a delight to behold.
Variant: Convertible One of the best, but little-known coachbuilders who specialised in convertible Range Rovers, was Special Vehicle Conversions (SVC) Ltd. but few have survived and right-hand drive examples are incredibly rare, so naturally it's our privilege to offer this 1973 Suffix B convertible, believed by our vendor to have been converted by SVC sometime in the late 1980s. Not only has this car been subject to a £20,000 restoration to SVC's specification but the car's history and how it came into our vendor's possession is worthy of a James Bond storyline. The former keeper apparently won the car in a game of cards in the early nineties, and having no space for it, stored it in one of his lock up garages. Fast forward to 2014 and the current vendor, a friend of the owner, heard of the story and was keen to own the car. However, the former keeper couldn't remember where he had put it, but after a lengthy Land Registry search the correct garage was found, and the dusty Range Rover was discovered in basically good order having been professionally undersealed before storing, preserving the chassis and structure. There followed a comprehensive eight month, nut and bolt restoration and the car presents wonderfully today finished in Rioja red with a Palomino interior. The Rover 3.5 litre V8 was stripped down fully, finding no major leaks in the process and, as a matter of course, every gasket and core plug was replaced and ancillaries either replaced or reconditioned. The Rostyle wheels are immaculate after a professional refurbishment and keen Range Rover buffs may spot the later horizontal Range Rover front grille, this addition is believed to be a period modification by SVC. To find a right-hand drive early Range Rover conversion is incredibly rare but to find a convertible with just 62,500 miles is very special. The original SVC hood is supplied with the car and is in reasonable order, however we are hoping and get it re-lined prior to sale. This special Range Rover convertible would be equally at home on a grouse moor on an August afternoon, or burbling down Chelsea's King's Road with a different quarry in mind. It's interesting to note that Range Rover are set to launch their first official soft-top with the arrival of the Evoque Convertible in 2016, some 40 years after SVC's pioneering work.
Concour winning Aston Martin DB6 Vantage manual right hand drive, finished in Cumberland Grey with Wild Berry leather interior, just quite outstanding in every way. Supplied new to Aston Martin Lagonda Limited and a demonstration vehicle in 1965, but never registered until 1968, with supportive service history. The car was then sold to Mr Jopp of the British School of Motoring, London on 16 October 1967 with 11068 miles on the clock. The car has been totally restored and entered into a number of Aston martin Owners Club Concours events and winning the last. Still in outstanding condition throughout.
Chassis No: DB6/2666/L/N Engine No. 400/2660V The factory build sheet comes with this because It can be verify Vantage engine, left-hand-drive, self-locking differential, Air conditioning, chrome wheels with butterfly nuts, heated rear window, a Bosch Köln car radio with electric antenna, Marchal fog lamps. The original colour was "Silver Birch" with a "Dark Blue" interior, and is today in an elegant dark green, with beige upholstery. In 1990, when it was registered in Texas on behalf of Mr Cook, the car was imported into Switzerland before it caught the fancy of an Alsatian enthusiast. On its arrival, the car was greeted by a big party in its honor! A few months later, it was sent to Munich, to an Aston Martin restoration specialist, Hieber Automobile GmbH. The body and interior have been completely redone and a phone was installed, which in 1991 was very exceptional indeed. The very impressive invoice totals 130,000 DM and explains the extremely high quality of the restoration. Passionate about the restoration of his car, the collector then used his DB6 Vantage very sparingly and sold the car due to a lack of use. Thus, 25 years after the restoration job, the car still looks very beautiful, and is complimented by a light patina.
Heron MK4 GT Sports Racing Car Designed by Ross Baker, built by Ross Baker, Bob Gee and Chris Cooke in 1967 The Heron GT MK4 was a replica of the Ford GT40 MK4 Sports Racing car. Following the success of the Ford GT40 at Le Mans in 1967 Bob Gee and Ross Baker decided to team up and build this beautiful replica of the car to race the following season. They spent many hours reading and researching all they could to collect the information and specification to build the car they wanted. They decided to use a 327 ci Chevrolet Corvette motor, but the gearbox was a problem! They decided to design and build there own unit, it all started with a Ford Zephyr MK4 gears, a Ford V8 crown wheel and pinion with Ford Zephyr output shafts, Howard rotary hoe quick change gears and a Mini oil pump to pressure feed the oil to the gears. Bob made the patterns from the drawings of Ross to cast the aluminum housings, one cast. Dave Long Engineering did the machining and then they had the gearbox. They proceeded to draw plans for the steel monocoque chassis with fiberglass body panels. All the suspension was to be fabricated from steel with coils. Once the plans were finished, they started on the body plug. All the steel panels were cut from the drawings and ten either spot welded or pop riveted together. Bob made the male plug and glassed over this before sanding and filling it to finish. The car was two thirds finished, when the controlling body of the sports car racing decided to change the maximum capacity of engines to only 2000cc, which made the car obsolete before it had even raced! The car was put on hold and restarted, being completed in 1988 when it raced at the Whenuapai wings and Wheels meeting where it competed very well. However, straight line and powering through corners were out performing the Ferraris, but the 1967 brakes were not up to the cars performance. The car was sold to David Manton in 1990, who had a car collection in New Zealand and disappeared for a while. In 2008 Maurice O’Reilly called to say the car was for sale in Belgium after a short stay in the United States. It has been mentioned that the car was seized by European customs for three years, but no evidence of this. The car was then purchased by the current owner and supported by Mr. Adrias Stals in Latvia who prepared they car for European racing. The brakes have been upgraded, new coil-overs and the engine horsepower was increased. While the car still used the Heron designed and built transaxle. The car has successfully competed in a number of race meetings competitively finishing well amongst a mixed field, the last race this year at Le Mans in September 2018.
Variant: Vantage We have the pleasure to offer this beautiful 2002 Aston martin DB7 Vantage Volante automatic with tiptronic transmission, finished in stunning silver paint with black mohair hood. The interior is finished in Parchment leather with black carpets. Just one previous owner with ONLY 13050 miles on the clock and full documented, fully service by the selling dealer HWM in Surrey. Documents include the original sales order and invoice right through to the last recent service. The car wants for nothing and is ready to drive off in the sunset.
1964 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III was first manufactured and delivered new to the USA. The car was exported to Norway in 2009 with only two previous owners. The car has been lightly restored in 2009 and is fitted with air conditioning. Very good example of a fine marque and one to seriously look at.
This beautiful and outstanding Rolls Royce Shadow II was supplied new by Jack Barclay London in 1977. Imported to Norway in 1986, with two previous owners since and the last one owned since 1991. The car has been subject to minor restoration and up-grades between 1991 to 1996. The car is in very good order and wants for nothing, just driving and enjoying, a fine example.
This Healey Silverstone Supercharged started life as a Healey Tickford and was converted to a alloy bodied Healey Silverstone by the renown Healey experts Classic Restorations in Milton Keynes. Fitted with a period supercharger and set up on a rolling road to achieve maximum power from a real flying machine. The car was totally restored and is in outstanding condition and exceptional attention to detail as with all the workmanship from the workshop of authority.
This very original 1973 Jaguar E Type series III manual right hand drive car, was first delivered into the UK to the first owner. The car was sold to Norway where it has been for the rest of its life and ready to come back to the UK to be re-registered. The car has had only three owners from new and back now with the second owner again, with only 44500 documented miles and full history files, its one of the most original cars on the market and wants for nothing.
This 1973 Jensen Interceptor MKIII original right hand drive with all matching numbers automatic has been restored to a very good standard. Beautiful silver paint with black vinyl roof with a steel sunroof. With only 74,000 miles on the clock, the car is a real head turner, sounds and drives as well as it looks.
Aston Martin had never used the name Limited Edition before and first used with the run out of Virages and prior to the launch of the V8 coupe. With nine un-sold chassis and Aston Martin needing a car to display for the 1994 British International Motor Show at the NEC in Birmingham, the Aston Martin Limited Edition was produced. The car was very similar to the Virage, with the distinctive V front grill; five spoke alloy wheels, restyled front spoiler with fog lamps and more horsepower, by 24 bhp. All nine cars were to be Deep Jewel Green Metallic, with Special Tan leather, Beige carpets, Burr Elm wood veneers and a brass plaque on the dash, with owner and Chassis Number. All cars were four speed automatic and the addition of a driver’s air bag with the first to be introduced side air bags was included. The chassis run was 50411 to 50419 and this being 50417 specially ordered from the Motor Show stand by Mr. Lennox Lewis WBC Heavyweight World Champion, requesting a number of other options to be included on his order. The first being extra leg room and extra sound system. Mr. Lewis owned the car until 2005 when it was sold through Bonham’s Auction in Newport Pagnell, with 33,000 miles and entered without his knowledge, but accepted the sale. The car was regularly serviced at Aston Martin Works service while in his ownership. The car was then sold to an Aston Martin collector where it sat in a large collection, only covering 2,000 miles until 2012 when it was sold to Noble House in Holland. The car was then sold to the current owner in 2015, who again has only covered a few hundred miles. With only just over 33,500 miles the car has been fully checked over and is in very good condition, some minor trim wear, but all from the large frame of the WBC Heavyweight Boxing Champion. A very under rated motorcar an one which will for the future collector and with the original number plate and Lennox Lewis sound system.
Bentley Continental Convertible 1989 a key factor in Rolls Royce's marketing strategy for the 1980s was the re-launch of Bentley. To rekindle interest in the marque, a glorious name from its past was resurrected - 'Continental' - and applied to the two-door model previously known, like its Rolls-Royce equivalent, as the Corniche. An inspired move, the Bentley's 1984 name change had the desired effect; sales, which in the 13 years since the Corniche's launch had amounted to just 77 Bentley-badged cars, totalling 421 for the succeeding 11 years of Continental production. Introduced in March 1971, the Corniche was a revised version of the H J Mulliner, Park Ward-bodied two-door variants of the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow and Bentley T-Series saloons, themselves notable as the Crewe factory's first unitary-construction cars. In Corniche form Rolls-Royce's well-tried 6.7-litre V8 produced around ten per cent more power than standard and proved capable of propelling the car to a top speed in excess of 120mph with sports car-beating acceleration to match. The model proved a major success for Rolls-Royce, and although its exterior style remained recognisably Silver Shadow, the Corniche/Continental benefited from the regular up-dates and improvements made to the contemporary Silver Spirit range, remaining in production well into the 1990s, the last (Convertible) examples being delivered in 1995. This very fine original example finished in dark blue metallic and magnolia leather trim with a dark blue mohair hood covering need nothing. Full documented service history with all keys, books, tools and kept in the finest order by the owner for the last ten years of ownership.