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: COMING SOON COMING SOON A very special Aston Martin DB6 MKII to Vantage specifaction with original five speed manual transmission. The car was built with the Brico injection system and converted to Vantage specifaction by the factory when new. Very few owners, last long term and very well looked after. Request further 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
Lancia Dilambda was the biggest car ever made by Lancia. The production version was presented in 1928 at the Paris Motor Show after a preview at New York in 1927. The Lancia Dilambda was related to the Lancia Lambda model, but there were also some major differences. Lancia Lambda was a huge car. It was an impressive 5.05 metres long and 1.75 metres wide. The chassis alone weighed 1710 kg. While Lancia Lambda had a load-bearing body, for this great flagship model Lancia preferred to stay with a chassis with box section rails although a big rear fuel tank with a load-bearing function was used to join and support both rails. Instead of the V4 used in the Lancia Lambda, the Dilambda was powered by a V8 engine with a 24 degree V anfle. The tight V configuration allowed the use of a single crankcase. Engine capacity was 3956cc, and the power output was 100 bhp. With the 4.0-litre V8 Dilambda could reach top speed of 120 km/h. Three versions of the Lancia Dilambda were built between 1928 and 1935. The total production was less than two thousand cars. This car has been part of a large private Spanish car collection and has been not used for a number of years. The car has to be recommissioned as not been started yet. Finished in black over red with light beige trim, in very good condition.
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 the vendor is hoping and get it re-lined prior to our auction. 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.
This very smart Rolls Royce Silver Spirit is priced to sell, as bought in on a part exchange. The car has only covered 80,500 documented miles, two previous owners and service history from P&A Wood. Great car to drive and MOTed ready to drive away.
Variant: COMING SOON COMING SOON Vanquish S Ultimate Edition number 9 of 50. There was 50 cars made, 22 left hand drive and 28 right hand drive with 23 UK cars. Standard Ultimate Edition specification as follows: 19" Alloy wheels Battery conditioner Alarm and immobilizer Wheel slip protection Traction control Umbrella and holder Tyre pressure mounting Ventilated grooved disc brakes with ABS Full leather interior Auto dimming rear view mirror Linn 1200w audio system with 6 disc changer Trip computer Drivers and passengers air bags Electrically adjustable front seats Reversing sensors Satellite navigation system Heated front seats Heated front screen 2+2 Seating Registered 1st September 2007 3000 miles
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.
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Variant: Vantage We have the pleasure to offer this beautiful 2004 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. 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.
This very pretty Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible with automatic transmission is in very good original condition throughout. With JUST 48300 miles, good history, fully serviced and ready to drive to the South of France. The car comes with all the books, tools, keys and lovely history.
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.
Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1982, the Mulsanne Turbo provoked a rash of headlines in the motoring press hailing the return of the 'Blower Bentley' - the 'Silent Sports Car' was back. Bentley's 1980s resurgence had hitherto relied exclusively on models whose basic architecture was shared with other Rolls-Royce products, but on display at Geneva in '85 was 'Project 90', a mocked-up coupé intended to gauge public response to the idea of a high-performance car unique to Bentley. When the real thing - the Bentley Continental R - was unveiled six years later, the waiting crowd burst into spontaneous applause. Styled with the assistance of consultants International Automotive Design, the Continental R benefited from computer-aided design and wind tunnel testing in the devising of its sleekly streamlined shape. Despite the need to incorporate non-traditional features such as doors recessed into the roof, the result looked every bit a Bentley, albeit one restated for the 1990s. Also new was the gearbox, a four-speed automatic with an 'overdrive' top ratio, but the main focus of interest was the newcomer's performance. Needless to say, this was outstanding, the combination of the Turbo R engine in the new wind-cheating shape cutting the 0-60mph time to under 6 seconds and boosting top speed to in excess of 150mph. This two-owner car with ONLY 21,000 miles with full documented service history comes with all the original keys, books and tool kit. Finished in dark red with magnolia leather and red piping and carpets, such a stylish motorcar and one you can relaxing drive you can drive anywhere. The car wants and need nothing, just driving.
The Jensen CV8 MKII chassis number 104/2107 was retrieved from a museum in Austria where it had been for over 12 years. The car was first sold to K D M Cherrington Ltd of London, then a further two owners before it was shipped to the States and was displayed in a classic car collection for over 11 years, before being shipped back to the UK in 1990. Passing through a couple more owners in the UK the current owner has re-commissioned the car, spending more then the car was purchased for. The car has been totally re-wired, new carburetor, cooling system, brakes and steering overhauled. The car is very sound, with a couple of small cracks in the body and some paint crazing on the roof, the interior is original and very usable.
Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Touring. The chassis number is: 911 360 1288 Since being purchased in 2014 the car has been in controlled storage and been checked over by a Porsche expert to authenticate the history. The advertised asking price for the car is £475,000. 210 bhp, 2,687 cc SOHC flat six-cylinder engine with Bosch mechanical fuel injection, five-speed manual gearbox in the rear transaxle, front and rear torsion bar independent suspension, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,271 mm Rare RHD Carrera RS Touring in black Highly optioned; the only U.K.-delivery example equipped with a sunroof Meticulous long-term restoration completed in 2008, using genuine Porsche parts Superb, concours-quality presentation; driven only 600 kilometres since completed Porsche Certificate of Authenticity The Carrera RS Touring offered today is truly a one-of-a-kind example. Out of a total production run of 1,580 units, just 117 cars were destined for RHD markets. From those, just three were delivered in black, whilst a single example was optioned with the factory sunroof. That single example is this car, chassis number 1288, which is being offered today. Delivered new to Hong Kong on 1 June 1973, this 911 was subsequently owned by individuals residing in Japan, and then it was imported to San Francisco. Like so many old Porsches, 1288 was “updated” with a number of body modifications during the 1980s, giving it a modern, turbo-look, which was a very popular prerogative of the day. Fortuitously, it next landed in the hands of a long-term Porsche aficionado and well-respected member of the Porsche community who lived in Los Angeles with an exceptionally large inventory of new old stock (NOS) parts. Once positively authenticated as the genuine chassis 1288, he embarked upon a restoration of monumental proportions. His obsessive desire to return the Porsche to its rare original configuration was matched only by his unquestionable capability to do so with exactitude. Embarking on what was to become an eight-year odyssey, this gentleman insisted that every component on the Carrera RS that could not be restored to “as new” condition was replaced with NOS, factory original to 1973, “in the box” parts, insuring that 1288 is factory correct in every sense of the phrase, both cosmetically and mechanically. A correct OEM 911/83 7R RS engine casing was located as the basis for its meticulous, blueprinted, and balanced engine rebuild, as per factory specification. The transmission was completely torn down and also rebuilt to factory specification. Notably, it still retains the correct oil pump that was peculiarly exclusive to the RS model and certain factory racing cars. The final finish, which is in lustrous black and virtually flawless, was performed by Porsche experts Kundensport, of Camarillo, California. The black interior of this RS is complemented by cloth seat inserts in a familiar black-white-and-red houndstooth pattern. An ultra-rare, NOS right-hand drive dashboard was sourced and utilised, and even the NOS seatbelts are properly date-coded. The NOS chassis plate is stamped per the original for concours, but the original plate is available and included with the car. This breath-taking example, which has accumulated only 600 kilometres after its exhaustive restoration, easily ranks amongst the finest 1973 911 Carrera RSs to be offered for sale in recent memory. Combining a unique combination of options, and in rare right-hand drive, 1288 is indeed a special RS, and it has been freshly serviced by experts, including a full four-corner balancing. With Porsche celebrating the 50th birthday of the 911 this year, the Carrera RS is continuously praised as a landmark model, as it is the most exciting and desirable variant of the iconic first-generation 911. As the 911 has endured through to present day production, it is clear that there will always be a special place in Porsche history for this first competition-based homologation model. The opportunity to acquire this unique Carrera RS, ready for a white glove concours inspection, or a blast on the track, is simply not to be missed. Chassis no. 911 360 1288 Factory Specification: M472 ‘Touring’ Options listed per Kardex: • Black exterior (101013) • Black interior • England equipment RHD (16) • Porsche (Carrera) lettering on doors • Outside mirror on driver’s side (423) • Stereo speakers and electric antenna (450/451) • Electric sliding sunroof (650) • Power windows (651) • Retractable seat belts, both left and right (419)
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.
1991 Aston Martin Virage Coupe automatic transmission, low mileage, good documented service history and lovely condition throughout.
1999 Aston Martin DB7 I6 Full Works Driving Dynamics, including body kit, brake and suspension, exhaust, engine and gearbox upgrades. Wheels, interior upgrades.
1973 Aston Martin V8 Saloon series three automatic original left hand drive car, fitted with the three Weber carburettors from new, has been in the same ownership for the last 10 years. Delivered new to the USA and shipped back to Europe where the car was restored to a good high standard with a Aston Martin importer and main dealer. The car is German registered and ready to drive.
Aston Martin V8 Volante automatic, one owner from new and ONLY 37500 documented mileage, factory service from new.
This outstanding Aston Martin V8 Vantage X Pack manual was totally restored by Clark and Carter in 2014 to a very high standard and with wonderful results and in the same condition today.
One of the most outstanding Aston Martin V8 vantage V600 cars on the road today, with every available option fitted.