Description Having spent most of its life in the States, this 1969 Mercedes 280SL Pagoda was in a remarkably rust free state – one of the best we’ve ever seen, in fact. Residing in a dry state meant the car was able to avoid the rust problems that often plague classic Mercedes of this era, and we were astonished by the originality of the shell. There were no signs of previous accident damage or previous welding, and even the smallest details were still correct to how they would’ve left the production line – the original seams and spot welds, for example, are still visible; details which are often masked by previous paintwork and body repairs. Taking all these original features into account meant it was quite possibly the best 280SL Pagoda shell we’d ever come across. With the car’s previous owner having spent a considerable sum with us on a full body restoration, repaint in DB180 Silver, full conversion to European spec, new hood and partial interior re-trim, in addition to numerous smaller improvements throughout the car, we relished the opportunity to add it to our stock, as we know the car intimately. The restoration is fully documented with over 400 images, which will be suppli
Description This particular DB4 Series 2 is on the market for the first time in nearly 40 years, with the previous owner, Mr D Banton, having bought the car in December of 1976 and has just undergone a complete restoration through ourselves. DB4/449/R was first registered on the 17th November 1960 where it was sold to a Mrs N Cotton of Bournemouth, then sold to a Mr S Dicks of London in 1965, whereupon it was sold to Mr Richard Butt of Grays who subsequently sold it to his brother, a Mr (Roger) Butt who kept the car until 1976. Mr D Banton used the car regularly in and around London and perhaps more fitting for a car of this style, slightly further afield with trips across Europe to the French Alps for skiing holidays. In 1983 Mr D Banton sent the car for a full bare metal respray, keeping the original colour of Dubonnet Red. Other work includes receipts in the history file dating back to 1976 with hand written invoices from Ian Moss, Aston Martin specialists. Further maintenance was carried out in the late 70’s with bills from Aston Martin and Aston specialist Hyde Vale and later in 1996 with Ian Moss once again. Also in the history file is a copy of the buff log book, handbook an
Description This one family owned left hand drive most fantastic fully restored example of the ever popular 190SL model was manufactured in 1962 (end of production). Presented in a lovely period correct Blue Metallic (DB387) paintwork with matching hardtop. navy blue soft top & navy blue leather interior. Factory supplied as a Roadster with the most desirable optional large wrap round window hardtop improving rearward vision. Other factory options included a third seat in the rear (Transverse). Chassis & engine numbers matching car with original engine rebuilt to exacting standards and retaining the smooth original Solex PHH44 carburettors providing a silky smooth acceleration. This 190SL has undergone a full body component off restoration at Hilton & Moss under the watchful eye of our 190SL experts.
Description This 2 owner, 66,000 mile Triumph Stag is finished in its original colour of Magenta and has to be one of the finest currently available. A complete restoration with photographic record completed in 2010 shows a bare metal repaint having been carried out along with sympathetic upgrades to include a full black leather interior retrim and walnut dash. Also during this restoration a full inspection of the original engine was carried out along with polybushed and powder coated suspension, uprated brakes with drilled and grooved discs and a stainless steel exhaust system. Supplied with a Heritage Certificate detailing the factory fitted options of Overdrive, 185×14 Tyres, Heater, Inertia Reel Seatbelts, Tinted Laminated Windscreen and Hard Top, this wonderful example is ready to be driven, shown and enjoyed.
Description Presented in White with blue interior, this 1965 RHD Mercedes 230SL Pagoda Auto has had an extensive amount of money spent on it in recent years to maintain its excellent condition. Having had recent work completed by an acknowledged Mercedes Pagoda restorer, it has previous invoices totalling over £60k as part of the comprehensive history folder. The car has had an interesting life, having spent some time in France where it was maintained by Mercedes dealer SAGA Les Sables d’Olonne. Recent work includes an engine and gearbox rebuild, full engine bay detail, new front and rear shocks, brake overhaul, corrosion repairs carried out to the inner wings, underseal/rust proofing of the vehicle’s underbody, a respray, some re-chroming, a new hood and interior re-trim. It also benefits from a Becker retro radio having been fitted. Work done in the last two years to restore the vehicle comes nearly £40k. An excellent example of the earliest Pagoda model, in a desirable and iconic colourway. Production of the 230 SL commenced in June 1963 and ended on 5 January 1967. Its chassis was based on the W 111 sedan platform, with a reduced wheelbase by 30 cm (11.8 in), recirculating ball
Description This wonderful example of the Healey 100/4 is an early BN1 model with the 3 speed overdrive gearbox and benefits from the later (BN2) disc brake conversion. Presented in Ice Blue this car is fresh from a re-paint in our workshops and is presented in fabulous yet usable condition. This Healey comes complete with a nice history file, including a photographic record of its restoration in the 1980’s where it was repainted from its original colour of orange to the ever desirable Ice Blue that it wears today. Full weather equipment incuding sidescreens and tonneau are also present with the car. The car can be either supplied with bumpers or de-bumpered. Viewing by appointment only please.
Description This highly desirable example of an FIA Shelby registered Fastback is a 1966 example presented in the correct Wimbledon White with Guardsman Blue stripes and FIA’d in April 2012 and thus is ready for the most prolific of race series’ including HSCC, Masters et al. Although not a matching numbers car we believe this may have been built originally as a GT350 and later re-shelled. However, we cannot confirm this and are selling this car as a GT350 recreation this is a cost effective way into the most prolific of race series’ notably the Spa 6hrs where in 2012 two GT350’s recorded a first and second in class. With the very best genuine Shelby GT350’s now commanding north of £200,000, this particular car represents fantastic value and will provide many seasons of fantastic racing for its new owner.
Description Yellow with black interior. Currently undergoing restoration by ourselves, this Lotus Elan S4 FHC was first registered in June of 1968 and has had only four owners since. Having undergone a total bare body restoration at a cost of over £16,000 this Elan drives superbly and is ready for this years anniversary of 50 years of the Elan.
Description The XK120 was launched in roadster form at the 1948 London Motor Show as a test bed and show car for the new Jaguar XK engine and caused a sensation persuading William Lyons to put it in production. The name ‘120’ name referred to its top speed, which made it the world’s fastest standard production car at the time of it’s launch. It was available in two convertible versions; first as a roadster, then also as a drophead coupe from 1951. The iconic shape of the XK120 roadster sustains the car’s constant appreciation by classic car enthusiasts. They are eminently usable motorcars and understandably much coveted. Extremely robust, wonderfully reliable and infinitely eye-catching; they are, understandably, one of the most collectable motorcars available today. Manufactured on the 24th November 1953 and dispatched to the Jaguar dealer in Los Angeles, the car was repatriated in 2003, in need of restoration. The body was removed and the car totally rebuilt mechanically including the fitment of a five-speed gearbox, disc brakes all-around and an electric cooling fan. The body was then restored to a high stand and the interior re-trimmed using top-quality leather. The net result
Description This is an excellent example of a very rare variant of the iconic Jaguar XJS. In 1992, Jaguar closed the department tasked with manufacturing the ultra luxurious, hand-made Daimler DS420. This left their craftsman facing redundancy unless their skills were used elsewhere – hence ‘Insignia’ was born. This was a bespoke service, allowing prospective buyers to specify an XJ40 or an XJS in various unique colours that were created for the Insignia Collection. You could also specify the trim, wood, wheels etc. – an opportunity to create a vehicle tailored specifically to you. This particular car is one of the best around, having been specced with the majority of the options that were available. Although Jaguar were planning to produce around 200 XJS Insignias, in fact, only 57 were ever produced. Of those, only 7 of the four litre straight six coupes were RHD. This car is one of them, and 1 of 1 in this particular colourway – it is truly unique. A 1993 model, presented in Jaguar Lavender metallic with Lotus white leather interior, and having covered only 48,000 miles – remarkably low for its age – the car is in stunning condition. Without question, one of the most rust free,
Description Pre-inspected by our Mercedes Benz team, this 190SL will make an ideal restoration project. Extremely good value – please contact Gavin Thorn for more information on this right hand drive project or other left hand drive projects. Please note this vehicle will only be sold as a restoration project to be completed by ourselves.
Description This beautiful Aston Martin DB6 is currently undergoing the metal fabrication stage of restoration and will be completed to a very high standard. Information from Heritage Certificate – Make/Model: Aston Martin DB6 Saloon Car/Chassis Number: DB6/2962/R Engine Number: 400/2961 Body Number: Not recorded Specification: RHD, Home Market Colour: Mink (exterior) Dark Blue (Trim) Date Of Build: 21 September 1966 Date Of Despatch: 31 March 1966 Destination (Dealer): Plough Motors (Stroud Valley) Limited Other Numbers (where recorded): Gearbox 10240, Rear Axle Number F66/145, Key FS.888, FS.918 Details Of Factory Fitted Equipment: Automatic Gearbox, Power Assisted Steering, Chrome Roadwheels, Heated Rear Window, Three Eared Centre Locking Hub Nuts, Limited Slip Differential, Powered Aerial, SU HD8 Carburettors Other Information: Rear Axle Ratio: 3.54-1. The registration mark KDF 400E (quoted by you) was issued in Gloucestershire. Date Of Issue: 21 August 2009 Upgrades being fitted during body off restoration – Electronic Power Steering (tbc) Wider Chrome Wire Wheels Rolled Arches (to clear the above – subtley executed) Big Brake Kit T5 Gearbox (5 speed manual)
Description New in stock Jensen Interceptor. Refurbishment and modernisation planned in our leading restoration workshop. This is the ideal time to be part of the project and build an Interceptor to your exact specification, included but limited to paintwork colour, higher power engine and interior styling.
Description This is a 1 former keeper, original UK market, RHD 280SL Pagoda – the most desirable specification. The car is currently in bare metal and is coming towards the end of the metal fabrication stage. We will be taking this shell to a number of car shows in 2017 in bare metal, such is the quality of the fabrication work. Our plan is to paint the shell in our signature shade of DB 172 Anthracite Grey Metallic. Once assembled, we are confident this will be the best example of a 280SL Pagoda in the UK. An exciting and enjoyable project to take on for any prospective buyer looking for the very best 280SL.
Description This fine example of an appreciating classic has had over £25000.00 spend on it in recent years to bring it up to a great standard, and makes it a usable desirable classic, with many great improvements. These include wind screen, tonneau cover, engine rebuild, gearbox overhaul, new tyres, many panels and parts replaced, history folder.
Description We’re currently completing a restoration of this California spec, LHD 1970 280SL Pagoda with automatic transmission. Despite being off the road for many years, the shell was largely corrosion free, having been found in a barn in Mexico. The shell has been built to concours standard, freshly painted in its original colour of DB 050 white and is currently in the final stages of re-fit. The engine has had the best rebuild possible, and the car has been visually converted to European spec (comprising deleting the side markers and fitting European spec headlamps and bumpers). The interior is yet to be re-trimmed, which leaves it in an ideal position to be tailored to a prospective buyer’s requirements.
Description This car is in the rare colour of Tawny / White one of only 25 Sprints made by the factory in this colour between September – December 1972. It had like most cars a Lotus factory replacement chassis some 8-10 years ago, it has a very original interior and a correct Big Valve engine fitted with Dellorto carburetors as standard. Four new tires are fitted and the wheels are in good condition. In the history file is a Certificate of vehicle Provenance supplied by the Lotus factory confirming the cars original colour and details. It also comes with a letter by Andy Graham giving the cars history from new via the Lotus archives at Group Lotus PLC in 2014. This rare colour today is now very popular and hard to find a fixed head as many have been turned in to drop head.
Description The Triumph TR3 was built between 1955 and 1957 during which time only 1286 cars were produced for the home market. According to the TR Register, as of 2002, there remains only 893 registered TR3/3A’s on UK roads. The TR3-B is an unofficial name given nowadays to the final version of the TR3 which was produced in 1962. It was offered concurrent with the TR4 which started production in 1961 and was a special short-production run in response to dealer concerns that the buying public might not welcome the TR4. It had the body of the later TR3-A and two series were produced, one with a commission number preceeded by ‘TSF’ of which 530 were produced and one with commission numbers preceeded by the TCF of which 2,804 were produced. The TSF series were identical to the last run of TR3A’s and the TCF series had the 2.2 litre, TR4 engine. It also had different headlight rims, a wider grille and door handles. This stunning example has been totally restored in 2013 with such fundamental elements such as the body, frame, chassis interior and engine all recieving due attention. The frame and suspension particularly has been sand-blasted and painted. She sits on new chrome wire wheel
Description This 1980 Helios Blue Porsche 911 SC has lived a pampered life and comes to us in a rust free condition. The 3.2 litre flat six cylinder engine produces 231 horsepower making the car a delight to drive further helped recently when the braking system was fully overhauled. The driving experience is of paramount importance to Porsche, epitomised in this car with the desirable 5 dial dash and the tombstone seats both of which add to the iconically driver focused cabin. The specification of the car is further improved with the addition of the Fuchs alloy wheels. The car comes with comprehensive history including original handbooks, a fully documented service history and MOTs’ as well as the original Porsche passport which details the maintenance guidelines.
Description An amazing find! Freshly shipped from being dry stored in California this Lotus Europa Twin Cam Special has covered just 5,536 miles from new and is in a totally original and unrestored condition, even down to the original tyres although we will of course be advising new tyres are fitted prior to delivery! Surely a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a barely run in Lotus Europa Twin Cam Special resplendant in Lagoon Blue with Oatmeal interior that drives in a most fabulous way with the Big Valve engine producing a wonderful soundtrack and great performance. This car must be seen to be appreciated. The Lotus Europa was the first mass produced mid-engined road car, and the handling was considered by the motoring journalists of the time to be the closest thing to that of a Formula 1 car. With a very low kerb weight (c. 650kg) and plenty of power, the Europa is a fabulous and involving drive. *Viewing strictly by appointment only*
Description An unrestored Series 2 E Type Roadster with Matching Numbers. This E-Type was manufactured 02/12/1968, and dispatched from the factory 31/12/1968 to suppling dealer Peter Lindner of Germany. The car’s first owner was an American service man Dr Donald Kahn, when he had finished his tour in Germany the car returned to Birmingham, Alabama, USA with Dr Kahn. While in Alabama the E-Type was maintained by Jaguar specialist Louis England of “The Auto Shop Inc”, right up until it’s transfer of ownership to the second and present owner Roger Oyston in November 1996. The E-Type was duly repatriated back to the UK and registered on 09/04/1997. In its present ownership the E-Type has done less than 3000miles however has been cherished and lavishly maintained with no expense spared, with full documented history, including all of its MOT’s and tax discs, photos, invoices and videos, it was treated to a bare metal respray in 1999 staying with the original colour of Signal Red. Likewise was treated to new stainless steel wire wheels, tyres and spinners only recently. This E-Type has to be one of the best unrestored examples available, included in the sale are numerous spares, one being
Description Just in stock, Ferrari Mondial in excellent condition, in Argento Nurburg Silver, with Nero Black full Leather interior. This 1987 model is 1 of 1,145 examples in ‘stunning condition’ Timing belt and inspection service in November 2015 by a leading Surrey-based Ferrari specialist at a cost of £2,000. MOT November 2016 This Mondial coupe has recently been imported from the extremely car friendly climate of Japan, Complete with the more popular Ferrari 348 wheels with new tyres, Sports Exhaust. Original Leather service pouch, Only 37,400 miles, with several Japanese maintenance records. Contact our sales team for further information
Description This car is a late 1990, pre-facelift V12 XJS Cabriolet, presented in gunmetal mica with magnolia hide trim. The vehicle was originally supplied by Appleyard Jaguar of Edinburgh, has had 4 former keepers and has covered only 71,000 miles, with good history. It has its original mohair hood, and is currently in our workshop undergoing light work to raise the car to a fantastic standard. All 5 wheels have been refurbished, with new tyres fitted. The suspension and brakes have been refreshed, along with a full service carried out. Despite the car being largely free of rust, the paintwork was looking tired, so it seemed only right to treat it to a full respray in our top quality paint booth, in the car’s original colour. We’ve also refurbished various seat components. The car will also be supplied with its attractive ‘H17 XJS’ registration plate.