Year : 1961 Engine Size : 3.8 Stunning original UK RHD full matching Flat Floor E Type with history going back to mid 1960’s. The car has had three owners since 1978 and has travelled 35,000 miles since engine rebuild which is supported through continuous MOT certificates. The previous owner bought the car from Romans Garage in 1985 and they looked after the car until the current owner bought it in 1990. Since then the car has been maintained by Brian Stevens, a Jaguar specialist with the last service in October 2016. All invoices are on the file and the car has had no expense spared over the last 30 years! Recent expenditure includes a brand new hood. Original interior. It is now ready to be enjoyed by the new owner in the coming summer!
Age: 2015/64 Plate Transmission: Auto/ F1 Mileage: 900 Km’s Car comes with the balance of the factory warranty until 12/2/2018. Free servicing until Feb 2022, Extras include Cruise Control, Full – Electric Seats, Satellite Navigation System, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Alcantara Upholstery for Upper Zone, Carbon Fibre Driver Zone+Steering Wheel with LEDs, Yellow Rev Counter, Two – Tone Interior, Front Suspension Lift System, Rear & Front Parking Sensors, Rear Parking Camera, Standard Features – Anti Theft Satellite System+ 1yr subscription, Dual Zone Air Conditioning System, 20in Alloy Wheels, Satellite System, Bluetooth Audio Streaming, Hi Fi Premium System.
Age: 1966 Transmission: Manual Engine: Size Restored
Age: 1974 Transmission: Manual Engine size: 2600 cc Among Datsun enthusiasts, there is no bigger name than that of Spike Anderson, legendary creator of ‘Samuri Conversions’. During the 1970s, his modified Datsun 240 and 260Zs found fame on both the roads and tracks around Britain, the most notable of which was ‘Big Sam’ 240Z, which took Win Percy to the British Modsports title. These track derived mods were translated successfully onto the road cars, where more power, more noise, uprated suspension, and dramatic red and gold paintwork made for very fast but comfortable Grand Touring cars. Extremely rare beasts these days, GED 220N is one of only two 2+2 Datsun 260Z Samuris ever made. Subject to a recent comprehensive restoration by marque specialists Z-Farm, GED 220N is finished in correct Nissan 110 Red with Rootes Tango Bronze, and is equipped with a gas flowed head, fast road cam, triple Weber carburettors, and a sports manifold and exhaust system. It is also recognised on the Samuri Register. With a superb exhaust note, fantastic handling, and iconic lines, this beautifully restored Samuri will make for some very enjoyable trips to the pub with the family!
Engine Size: 3.1L Transmission: Manual Year: 1974 One of 250 cars specially built by Ford AVO to homologate a car capable of taking on the BMW 3.0CSL in the European Touring Car Championship. The resulting Cologne Capri/Batmobile battles of the 1970s ETCC were legendary, with both manufacturers determined to win at any cost! For the RS3100, the Essex 3.0 engine was over-bored by Cosworth to 3091cc; suspension was modified from standard with stiffer front springs and competition rear springs; coupled with slightly flared arches, shallow front splitter and superbly evocative rear wing made these look sensational, and indeed the fastest production Ford of that time. This car is one of 100 known to survive and was subject to a full bare metal restoration in the mid 1990’s with detailed photographic record of every stage. The car subsequently won concours events across Europe and was featured in several magazines. The engine was rebuilt at the same time, and the car sits on the incredibly rare but correct RS3100 Alloy Flat 4 spoke wheels and still carries its period Spa Special AVO plate and badging. This is an original UK car and carries its original registration plate of ROW 131M. It
Year: 1969 Engine size: 4200 Transmission: Manual Originally supplied to California then sold in 1999 to previous owner in Canada and imported into UK 2012. Invoices on file show the current owner has spent £6500 including engine overhaul by Winspeed Motorsport, seats retrimmed, new hood and period looking radio fitted. Car comes with Heritage Certificate. Matching car with low mileage this car is now ready for summer driving
One of 1957 RHD Series 1 4.2 Coupes delivered new to Hatfield Jaguar Dealers in Sheffield in October 1965. The car has remained in the UK with many invoices on file and history back to 1971. The car was sold in 2010 part restored by famous race driver Willie Green. The car has just come out of an extensive restoration by well-known Jaguar specialists M&C Wilkinson to their full “Sayer” specification. The all matching car is effectively a brand new car.
1969 Lola T70 MkIIIB Chassis number SL76/144 • Delivered new in 1969 to David Preston and subsequently run by Team Elite. • Ex-Trevor Taylor, Hugh Dibley, Howden Ganley, Peter Gethin. • Race winner in period. • Highly competitive in current FIA Masters Sports Cars or Patrick Peter’s CER. • Le Mans Classic entrant. • Everything fresh – zero miles top-spec fuel-injected Mathwall engine, and fresh gearbox. • Newly refreshed tub. • Proven to be fastest T70 MkIIIB in hands of Rob Huff. • Race ready with valid HTP until 2025. Please contact us for full history.
Year: 1973 Ex-works (Leyland Cars Belgium) Group 1 car, driven by Julien Vernaeve, René Metge and Tony Pond. This important Triumph Dolomite Sprint is race ready having been a regular Motor Racing Legends HTCC & Goodwood Members’ Meeting entrant, and is the only remaining original Group 1 Leyland Cars works-supported car that is known to exist. Built in late 1973 for the 1974 season, chassis 2493 was actively campaigned in Europe by the works for a full 4 seasons – including 4 entries into the legendary Spa 24 Hours. The car was then retired at the end of the 1977 season, and spent a long period in the Spa Circuit Museum. It was therefore untouched and remained totally original. The current owner bought the car in 2009 and since then has sympathetically restored the car, while also developing it into a very competitive historic racer – as can be seen by its results at the three Goodwood Members’ Meetings it has been invited to take part in.
Gearbox: Manual Mileage: 21000 Age: 1989 F reg Manufactured in March 1989 this is one of the 450 UK specification cars. It has covered 22,000 miles documented by MOT certificates and will be sold with fresh belt service. In excellent condition throughout and drives beautifully, it comes with a large history file from new, including all the MOT certificates back to 1997 at 11,180 miles. It comes with all its original handbooks in their original leather folder, as well as the original toolkit and wheel changing kit. With an MOT until June 2017 and fresh service, this car needs absolutely nothing and is ready for immediate use.
• Built in 1978 for Chris Meek to full Group 5 spec • Entered for 1980 World Sports Car Championship with Martin Birrane and Syd Fox • Totally original – not raced or modified since 1980 • Eligible for Peter Auto’s Classic Endurance Racing (CER) • Very lightweight, with 2-litre all-aluminium Lotus power
Liquid Silver Onyx Black Leather Mileage: 745 This car features such optional extras as Liquid Silver paint, front axle lift system, interior carbon package. With the Grey piping throughout the interior plus Acid Green brake callipers. In faultless condition throughout. It comes complete with its original books, wallet, spare key, car charger, car cover. The car will also come with the 918DER registration.Only 918 were ever produced, and this particular example is truly stunning.
Year: 1994 Engine Size: 1000 cc Transmission: Manual Built by Chris Craft’s Light Car Company, the Rocket was penned by no lesser designer than Gordon Murray – the father of such automotive icons as the McLaren F1, the extraordinary Brabham ‘fan’ car and multiple Grand Prix world championship-winning machines for Brabham and McLaren. One of the lightest road cars ever conceived, the diminutive Rocket weighs in at under 400kg, is powered by a mid-mounted one-litre Yahama motorcycle engine, seats two occupants in tandem and, with around 380bhp/ton on tap, provides a ride to stir the heart of any enthusiast. This stunning example is one of only 46 produced and has covered just 11,000 miles from new – an unrepeatable opportunity.
Year: 1992 Mileage: 1650 Transmission: Manual The story behind the Jaguar XJ220 is an inspiring one. Professor Jim Randall, the head of Jaguar’s engineering department, started the ball rolling by sketching out some ideas whilst on a Christmas holiday in the 1980s. It was the stuff of fantasies – V12, 4WD, slippery body with ground effects. Together with colleagues in the ‘Saturday Club’ at Jaguar (so called because they met out of hours and at weekends to work on unofficial pet projects) they toyed with the concept until Jaguar started getting genuinely excited by the idea and official plans were put in place to build what was to be the fastest ever road car. The Birmingham Motor Show in 1988 saw the unveiling of the powered concept with the design featuring a V12, fuel injected, 48 valve 530BHP engine delivering its output to all four wheels. Ultimately, the use of the V6 allowed the chassis to be shortened, although the proportions of this car are still truly impressive. The engine sits behind the two seat cabin, with a tiny boot available behind that. The styling is heavily influenced by the need to cool the highly tuned engine and also to provide sufficient downforce to keep t
Age: 2008/08 reg Mileage: 22000 Transmission: Auto Full dealership history, Excellent bodywork, Interior – Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Excellent, Satellite Navigation, Alarm, Alloy Wheels, Electric Windows (Front/Rear), In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD Autochanger), Upholstery Leather, Air Bag Passenger, Airbags, Leather seats, Power steering, Electric door mirrors, Traction Control System, Satellite navigation, veneered instrument panel, Interior Mono Package, Integrated muti-purpose remote control, light-alloy wheel sport style, wood interior piano black, voice processing system, Navi-DVD Europe, Complete Prep Mobile, Soft Top Black, TV Function, DAB Tuner. 5 seats, Metallic Black Diamond, Stunning example in a great colour combination. Full service history from P&A Wood. The car will come with a 6 month warranty with the option to upgrade to a 12 or even 24 month policy.
Age: 1964 Transmission: 4 Speed Moss box Engine: 3.8 Matching number We are delighted to offer this fabulous 1964 Jaguar E Type, 3.8 Coupe, original RHD with a 4 speed Moss gear box.In its original colour of Dark Green with Suede Green interior, with a matching engine as per the Jaguar Heritiage Certificate which is supplied with the vehicle. It has recently undergone a bare metal paint job and is finished to a very high standard. All of the gaps on the car are very good. We have a nice history file on the vehicle including lots of bills and receipts together with photographs of its last restoration. This is a great opportunity to buy a stunning and desirable Series 1 Jaguar E Type.
1972 Bristol 411 Series 3. Following the demand for our last Bristol, we have another stunning restored 411. We have an extensive history since 1990 showing that the car has been maintained on a no expense spared basis (invoices on file for £37,000 since 1999). These cars are fast becoming the desired and appreciating classic. They drive better than Astons of the same generation and are considerably more exclusive yet cost half the price!
Year: 1972 Mileage: 67000 Transmission: Manual Duncan Hamilton are delighted to offer this original right hand drive, 246 Dino GT. One of only 488 right hand drive cars built. The car was originally supplied through Maranello Concessionaires in July 1972 and since then, has only had three owners , the last owner has had the car since January 1993. We have with the paperwork, a number of invoices for servicing and general maintenance that add up to a significant amount. Over the past seven years the car has had very little use (for personal reasons), and has been in storage. Recently, the car has undergone a recommissioning in which we have overhauled the whole brake system including replacing master cylinders, large service on the engine and all the cooling systems including strip and rebuild of the carburettors and new clutch and slave cylinder. The car now drives beautifully. The car is in fantastic condition and is mechanically very sound having only covered 67,000 miles from new.
Year : 2013/13 Plate Mileage : 7500 Transmission: F1 box Rosso Corsa, Upgrades – Front Suspension Lift System, Racing Seats in Carbon Fibre, iPod Installation, 20 Painted Sports Wheel Rim, Rear & Front Parking Sensors, Carbon Fibre Driver Zone+Steering Wheel with LEDs, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Full leather interior, Standard Features – Central locking, Electric windows, Power steering, Alarm, Alloy wheels. 2 seats, Rosso Corsa, 1 owner, Cuoio Interior, Carbon Fibre Racing Seats with Nero Horse Stitched on Headrest, Nero Carpets, White Rev Counter, Carbon Fibre Racing Zone, LEDS, 458 Electric Steering Wheel, I Pod Connection, RadioNavi System, Bluetooth, AFS System, Red Brake Calipers, Scuderia Shields.