This California delivered E type Series One Roadster is under restoration to Concours standard. As can be seen in the photographs, the car has been fitted with new inner and outer sills and new floors., removing any question of unseen rust being left in the car. All manufactured and laser cut in Zintec which is far better than the original non coated steel. This wonderful E type is now well underway and is scheduled to be finished for late spring 2017. The engine has been built to fast road specification and the original matching numbers 4 speed gearbox fully rebuilt. The Differential has been rebuilt and the ratio changed to enhance cruising comfort. Everything is going to renewed or refurbished on this car. Please call to discuss. If you want an E type Series One Roadster this will be one of the very best cars you can buy. Fully matching numbers example.
This wonderful 1966 Series one E type Roadster was supplied new to a Gentleman from Oklahoma for his daughters graduation present. As she could not master the manual gear change, he took the car back and kept it as a holiday car until his passing 3 years ago. It is in remarkable original condition and has clearly been looked after well. It has the usual paint fade which he rectified by a not very high quality respray and the leather seat covers have been replaced by vinyl, another typical US trait. With very little work the car could be made to be roadworthy, or it would make a superb basis for a 100 point Concours restoration. Series One Roadsters are becoming very hard to find in this condition and I fear I wont find another this good to keep, but I already have a 3.8 OTS so sadly this must go to its next lucky owner. NOW SOLD THANK YOU
This is the very first of the Press Cars built for the launch of the Range Rover in 1970. Chassis number 26 is actually the first ever production Range Rover manufactured, and although retaining many pre production features such as the super rare aluminium bonnet, it is built to production standard. Registered on the 27th May 1970 as the first of the 20 Press cars, it is believed therefore to be the first car registered as a Range Rover. The previous 25 were registered as Velars and were used for engineering development. This is the first Range Rover registered to Land Rover on a Solihull number plate. We have restored 231H over an extended period, taking our time to find the correct parts to rebuild this highly important vehicle to as correct a specification as is possible. We believe NXC231H to now be one of the best Range Rover Classics in existence. We were lucky enough to source new front seats, pairing this with the near perfect rear seat is what sets this 231 apart from other restorations which fail to have the correct interior trim. The car has just been the subject of several specialist magazine articles which are being published in July 2014 and has covered road test mile
I have known this car from new, and I am the second owner. Delivered new to Building Contractors Frank Galliers of Shrewsbury, it was one of the very first XJ12 delivered. In the favoured Short Wheel Base configuration, it has been cosseted for all of its life. I have owned it for approximately 6 years and have covered just 3500 miles it is possibly the best un restored original XJ12 in existence. Cars like this come along very rarely and it is with a heavy heart that I have decided to sell it to its next fortunate custodian. Regency red with unmarked biscuit trim, it is every bit as good as it looks. When the XJ6 was launched in 1968 it was a revelation and took luxury saloon travel to a new level. Outclassing all of its peers in looks, handling and ride as well as value for money, it eclipsed even contemporary Rolls Royce and Bentley models in its ride and handling. The car had always been designed to accept the new Jaguar V12 under development and sure enough in 1972 the XJ12 was announced to a staggered press. The car was virtually as fast as sports Astons and Ferraris and could claim the title of fastest 4 door saloon at that time. Still awesomely fast this beautifully cared f
I am delighted to welcome back one of my all time favorite Range Rovers for sale. After 2 years with a very careful owner. This wonderful 1991 Range Rover Vogue has had just 3 owners, the long term owner was a fastidious Range Rover Register Club member , he bought this beautiful and rare Colorado Silver example when it was less than three years old. Since this time he has kept it garaged and cared for as only a true enthusiast does. This Range Rover has been treated to a full stainless exhaust system, tubular exhaust headers and uprated springs and poly bushed suspension. The result is quite a revelation. The car handles supremely well and has much greater urge , making for a sporting feel to what should have course be a graceful lady. Having not owned a CSK, I reckon this is what they should feel like. I love it. The body, trim and paint are all first class and it is clear that much time and care has been taken in keeping the car in the beautiful unmarked condition. Currently reading 101,742 miles, this is superb Range Rover and worthy of any collection. With decent 2 door Range Rover now extremely hard to find, buyers are waking up to the merits of the later 4 door Range Rover.
This super TDV8 HSE is a one owner Range Rover and has been maintained properly with a full serivce history. As you would expect it is in lovely condition and apart from two small shopping trolley marks to the paintwork, and a couple of small marks on the alloy wheels, is unblemished. Hardly run in to be honest these wonderful Range Rovers with the much more powerful , frugal and refined V8 will go on for ever. Super in Silver with Full black leather it has only been relinqueshed as the owner decided to try the Jaguar F Pace. Any inspection welcome