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  • Ford Puma

    £2,695

    FOR SALE A fabulous Ford Puma 1.7 with one owner, 52,882 miles and full Ford history. EQUIPMENT Front air dam, front aerodynamic spoiler, colour coded door mirrors, headlamp system with three projector lamps, tinted glass, rear quarter light Puma emblems, variable ratio power assisted steering, traction control, driver airbag, pyrotechnic front seat belt tensioners, aluminium finish interior, leather sports steering wheel, Ford 5000 RDS stereo system. Factory options; Air conditioning, metallic paint. EXTERIOR Finished in the factory optional launch colour of Moondust Silver, (Code 61), this example is identical to the car used in the iconic and award winning Steve McQueen Bullitt recreation TV advert. The stunning Ford ‘New Edge’ lines of the Puma seem to defy their age and the paintwork boasts a bright polished shine and uniform finish with only minor age related markings. The often troublesome rear arches are remarkably rust free, although there are a few tiny touched in stone chips on the bonnet and nearside door. The original supplying dealer number plates remain fitted along with the rear screen sticker. The trim sections and badges are excellent and the styled lighting units are original and remain crystal clear. Strictly garaged by the only owner from new, this stylish and chic Ford coupe is very rarely seen in such preserved condition. INTERIOR The sporty feel of the Ford Puma certainly continues one inside the snug cockpit which somehow manages to offer space and comfort for front seat occupants whilst not losing the sports car sensation. The original Chrome/Twill trim, (Code VJ), is superb with the spotlessly clean seats free from wear or damage. The low mileage credentials are clear to see in the preserved carpets and steering wheel leather sides, usually worn on most examples, which are excellent. The controls and switchgear are as new and all functions operate perfectly, including the optional air conditioning. The immaculate luggage area displays factory build stickers to the boot floor and both the parcel shelf and carpet are perfect. A well-made and lovingly protected interior, complete with the new Ford smell! ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Co-developed with Yamaha, the Puma’s 1.7-litre engine was the first Ford to use variable camshaft timing, (VCT). The power delivery is incredibly flexible and energetic with 85 per cent of peak torque being available at just 1500rpm. The air induction system is tuned for a raspier sound and combined with a free revving engine this power plant is immensely rewarding. Ford Main Dealer maintained from new this engine is eager to please, and housed in a pristine engine compartment displaying factory plates, stickers and original panel stampings. The standard IB5 close-ratio sports gearbox is precise, short and impeccably weighted working in perfect harmony with the driver. A true driver’s car. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The distinctive and instantly recognisable Ford Puma ‘Fan Blade’ alloy wheels are original and in excellent order with only one touched in mark and light curb scratches and to the front nearside rim only. All four tyres are quality brand 195/50 R15 with excellent tread levels. Servo assisted anti-lock brakes with vented front discs and Electronic Brake Force Distribution provide safe stopping power. HISTORY FILE Supplied by Ford Main Dealers Gowrings of Bracknell on the 28th September 1999, this incredible example has covered just 52,882 miles with one owner from new. A new car sales invoice in the history file made out to Mrs Marie Hamilton confirms a price paid of £15,565 including optional air conditioning and a part exchange allowance of £1,600 for her 1991 Fiesta. This beautiful Puma has been Mrs Hamilton’s pride and joy ever since and she insisted that only the Ford Main Dealer maintain her car, an assertion she upheld throughout. The full Ford Main Dealer service history includes the original stamped service booklet with supporting invoices, documented cambelt change and all previous MOT certificates to fully verify the mileage. The blue Ford document wallet contains the owner’s manual, radio guides, security codes and point of sale literature. There are two original Ford keys with dealer fob. Upon launch in 1997, the Puma boldly hit the market with huge fanfare and instantly won Top Gear Car of the Year 1997 and advertising industry awards for the Steve McQueen television adverts. To drive this low mileage and well maintained example, it is clear to see why the Puma was an instant hit from Ford and now fast becoming very collectable. MOT May 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/8oe1snfz5lU To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskZJm1xL 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 6 Days Old
    • Year: 1999
    • Mileage: 52882 mi
    • Engine size: 1.7
    For sale
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  • Vauxhall Cavalier

    £4,995

    FOR SALE An award winning Vauxhall Cavalier Mk2 L 1600S with just 25,619 miles. EQUIPMENT Laminated windscreen, safety crumple zones, rigid passenger safety cell, deep front air spoiler, burst-proof locks, bodyside protection mouldings, locking fuel cap, halogen headlamps, remote control mirrors, air-blend heater with 3-speed fan, heated rear window, quartz clock, cigar lighter, centre console, illuminated glove locker, vanity mirror. Dealer options; Front grill integrating Hella driving lamps, chrome wheel embellishers, mud flaps. EXTERIOR This delightfully nostalgic Vauxhall Cavalier Mk2, a once common sight on UK roads and finished in factory original China Blue, (Code 17L), boasts a deep polished shine and uniform finish. All factory panels are damage free with straight shut lines, and the underside free from excess underseal allows easy structural inspection. The registration etched glass, lights, badges and trim sections are in fantastic order including the incredibly rare and desirable front grill with integrated Hella driving lamps. This totally unmolested example even retains supplying dealer branded plates, rear screen sticker and tax disc holder! Hugely sentimental to many individuals who owned examples in the 1980’s, this age defying example truly deserves to be described as a timewarp. INTERIOR A clean, functional and period Vauxhall interior is sure to delight fans of the Griffin badged cars! The original Donegal Tweed trim in Grey-Black colour scheme is spotlessly clean and in excellent order. The matching colour scheme door cards and headlining are pristine, and the carpets are beautifully preserved having been protected from new by tailored Vauxhall floor mats. All functions and controls operate and the dashboard and associated switchgear are perfect. Prominent natural veins to the steering wheel and gear knob are an obvious trait of such a low mileage example. The immaculate boot floor has the factory insulating panels and the original polystyrene moulding holds the jack and wheel brace. A very comfortable Vauxhall interior reminiscent of a simpler motoring era. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION This Cavalier L features the 1600S OHC four cylinder engine with Varajet II carburettor and automatic choke developing 90bhp at 5800rpm and 93lb/ft of torque at 3800rpm. This well maintained and unmolested example having covered just 25,619 miles drives perfectly and the quiet yet lively engine is a delight. The engine bay is clean, unaltered and displays factory plates and stickers as well as quality Bosch service items. The four speed all syncromesh gearbox feels light, precise and tight. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Five factory original 5J wheels are in amazing preserved condition and remain fitted with the near irreplaceable correct L specification hubcaps. Incredibly, even the original Michelin XZX 165 SR13 tyres remain fitted to all five wheels, and whilst showing plenty of tread renewal due to age would be a wise safety precaution. Diagonally split dual circuit brakes with servo assistance feature 9.3in front discs and 7.9in rear drums to bring the car to a steady and assured halt. HISTORY FILE Registered new by Vauxhall Main Dealers Gold Star Garage of Cannock on the 4th August 1983, this exceptional example has covered just 25,619 miles with four traceable owners. First keeper, Mr Frederick Edwards, owned the car until 1998 at which point only 1,800 miles had been covered! Mr Edwards’ son Warren Edwards took ownership and put the car into semi-regular use before selling it to Mr Powell in 2009. Letters from Mr Edwards regaling the story of his father’s car are in the history file. The previous keeper Mr Keith Richardson, an avid classic Vauxhall enthusiast and member of the Cavalier and Chevette Club has owned the car since September 2012. Throughout this time the car has won various club awards including Best Mk2 in Show and winner at Billing 2013. The car even featured in the BBC show, James May’s Cars of the People, with film shoot photographs in the history file. The neat chronological history folder is simply colossal and includes the original purchase invoice made out to Mr Edwards for the sum of £5,400. A huge collection of receipts, invoices and MOT certificates date back throughout the cars lifetime to fully verify the mileage and evidence devoted upkeep. There have been three documented cambelt changes. The original Vauxhall plastic A5 wallet contains all book packs, guides and dealership literature and a new car sales brochure is included. This beautifully preserved and unmolested Cavalier is a credit to its former keepers and offers capable, practical and comfortable retro motoring, a guaranteed hit at shows. MOT May 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/vVJMAy2_CHI To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskWzxNtz 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 6 Days Old
    • Year: 1983
    • Mileage: 25619 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Ford Escort

    £12,995

    FOR SALE A collectable very early Ford Escort XR3 in prime condition. EQUIPMENT Aerodynamic spoilers front and rear, wheel arch air deflectors, colour keyed bumpers, colour keyed remote door mirrors, front and rear overriders, black finish window surrounds, tailgate wash wipe, side window demisters, perforated headlining, coat hooks, vanity mirror on passenger sun visor, cigar lighter, rear ashtrays, front door stowage bins, 3-speed heater fan, coin box, Ford P21 push button radio, trip recorder, tachometer, roof mounted digital clock, two spoke soft feel steering wheel. Factory options; Opening rear quarters, central locking, sunroof, tinted glass. EXTERIOR Finished in the original colour of Strato Silver Metallic, (Code V6), the paintwork is superb with a bright uniform finish and the factory panels remain fitted with stampings visible. Unique features denote a very early XR3 such as the single washer jet, washer bottle bracket design and satin black painted sill, and whilst debate rages as to exactly how many cars had these features, what is certain is that only very early cars did. Furthermore, the correct higher ride height prior to the introduction of the XR3i has been maintained. The trim sections, glass, lights and badges are in excellent order and supplying original dealer number plates remain fitted. A tiny paint blemish around the wing mounted aerial, a small split to the driver’s door top rubber and slight discolouration to the sunroof glass are visible upon close inspection. A superb example of this legendary contender in the 1980’s hot hatch war, unmolested and just as Ford intended. INTERIOR The original Special Laser fabric trim in Red/Grey, (Code TF), along with the small two spoke steering wheel again relate to the early XR3 cars and have remained in fantastic preserved condition. The bright colours to the seat fabric are free from fading and damage and the inner foam structures are firm and shapely. The anthracite headlining is unmarked, as are the door cards, and the carpeting is clean with only minimal wear. Incredibly the dash has only a few minuscule cracks around the vents, barely visible and is free from the common distortion. All the controls work correctly including the electronic warning system which monitors brake pad wear, coolant levels, low fuel, oil and windscreen washer level. Even the Ford P21 push button radio operates! A really well preserved, unspoilt 1980’s icon. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Fitted with Fords 1.6 Compound Value angle Hemispherical chamber (CVH) engine mated to a twin venture weber carburettor, this car sprints along with 96bhp at 6000rpm giving a 0-60 of 9.2 seconds and a top speed of 113mph. The unmolested engine bay is very clean and displays clearly prominent factory plates and original stickers. Ford aficionados will be pleased to see a Motorcraft battery and correct service items such as Motorcraft oil filter, starter motor and hoses. The correct 4-speed manual transmission fitted to pre February 1982 cars is light and precise. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Five cloverleaf deep sculptured light cast alloy wheels are in fantastic order and fitted with Pirelli P6000 185/60 R14 tyres showing masses of tread. The boot area houses the spare wheel alongside the factory supplied jack and brace, and the original parcel shelf is straight and uncut with correct rubber hangers. The servo assisted brakes with 9.4” ventilated discs up front stop the car well. HISTORY FILE Built at the Ford Saarlouis Plant, Germany in February 1981 and registered new on the 3rd March 1981 on a ‘W’ plate suffix, this very early XR3 was supplied new by Ford Main Dealers Doe Motors Limited of Essex. Just three keepers from new have cherished this example the last being the owner of the very first Escort Cosworth to roll of the production line and also in possession of the Escort Cosworth owned by the designer himself, Stephen Harper. The original dealer branded document wallet houses all the handbooks, guides, sales leaflet, guarantee cards and accessories brochure. Furthermore, a neatly presented history folder contains receipts and invoices for service and repair work dating back to the 1980’s to present and includes a recent documented cambelt change. There are previous MOT certificates and two sets of original keys that work the ignition both door and tailgate. This outstanding XR3 will appeal to a serious collector or enthusiast wanting an incredibly well preserved, unmolested example of an iconic and fast appreciating classic car that has played a huge part in the history of sporting Fords. MOT March 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/dcyq4vci3UU To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskUZij9R 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 9 Days Old
    • Year: 1981
    • Mileage: 89379 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Volkswagen Campervan

    £22,995

    FOR SALE An adorable RHD VW Type 2 Dormobile Bay Crossover Motor Caravan. EQUIPMENT Paul Smith style pop-top roof, billet side-step, light oak and aluminium Porsche style steering wheel, MCJ ‘walking stick’ solid handbrake handle and ventilation knobs, bamboo wicker parcel shelf, VDO gauges including clock, ammeter, oil pressure and oil temperature, Pool ball gear knob, passenger under seat flip-out two burner hob, buddy seat, Samsung 19-inch LCD TV, Alpine head unit with Bluetooth and USB connectivity, Kenwood 400W amplifier, DC to AC power inverter, external mains hook-up and leisure battery, stainless steel sink, 4X LED downlighters, chrome cabin enhancements, mosaic glass worktops, white high gloss units, twin smoke chrome plug sockets, roll-down campaign blinds, Rock and Roll ¾ bed, Husky glass fronted fridge, matching powder blue cutlery and crockery. EXTERIOR This UK Volkswagen T2 looks simply divine finished in Lotus White over Powder Blue and displays a magnificent shine wowing onlookers. All chrome enhancements are mirror reflective and new rubbers throughout demonstrate a no expense spared mentality to this mammoth full time 16 week build. Bills totalling thousands spent with specialists will assure the structural integrity of this example and finishing touches extending to a new Paul Smith style multi-coloured pop-top and powder coated components will please exhibitionists. The engine bay is spotlessly clean as is the underside but not detailed due to the owners desire to use for holiday outings and shows. An adorable Dormobile! INTERIOR To witness the care and devotion dedicated to the interior of this spacious motor caravan is a pleasure. The original seating is beautifully retrimmed in white leatherette vinyl with pale blue piping which even extends to the spare wheel cover! The cockpit is graced with expensive billet aluminium MCJ products and fresh carpeting, door cards and facia completes the well-executed driver area. Retro features such as the bamboo under dash shelf and Pool ball gear knob reveal the detail. Stepping into the rear living/sleeping area is a visual delight thanks to a traditional design with a modern twist. Blue glass mosaic tiling on work tops and brilliant white high gloss units complement the chequer vinyl flooring and the original Dormobile table has a Split Screen camper picture inlay. Modern comforts such as LED downlighters, a 19-inch LCD TV, beer chiller and mains hook up to power electrical devices will please those wanting the full camping experience, the equipment has not been tested. Matching blue utensils are also provided. Fabulously retro! ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The four cylinder flat four 1641cc air cooled engine has been rebuilt by Elite VW Engines. Unleaded barrels and heads with new pistons, main bearings, seals and gaskets throughout is fed by Empi 34mm twin carburettors allowing modern day use. As with the rest of the vehicle, visually pleasing detail such as the Scat chrome rocker covers and a ceramic coated single outlet exhaust reveal the attention to detail. The fully synchronized 4-speed gearbox with double joint half axle shafts at the rear operates correctly. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Chrome 15” Empi powder coated wheels have locking wheel nuts and 195/50 R15 tyres with excellent tread. Being a Crossover 'Late 72 Bay’ disc brakes up front, all renewed, and drums at rear do an effective job of stopping the camper. HISTORY FILE Registered on the 9th March 1972 this UK RHD specification Type 2 was converted to a camper by Dormobile when new and enjoyed in this capacity since. In 2010 the owner embarked on an incredible journey to produce, at vast expense, a show stopping but useable motor caravan. Bills in the history file amounting to tens of thousands will absolutely reassure the next custodian that no area escaped scrutiny and refurbishment. Such was the high standard of finish that on the vehicles first outing after the long restoration a second place award at Blenheim Palace Show was won. Also included in the history file is a wonderful four page feature in VW Camper & Commercial Magazine. A full complement of keys are present. MOT May 2018, Tax Exempt, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: http://youtu.be/ZeqWiAT2CoE To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kgfclassiccars/sets/72157648952243753 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 10 Days Old
    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 97090 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Ford Escort Mk2

    £19,995

    FOR SALE A retro oldskool Ford Escort Mk2 RS2000 Broadstripe ready to enjoy. EQUIPMENT Polyurethane front end incorporating four Cibie quartz halogen headlamps, front air dam, rubberised tail spoiler, four piece Ford badges on grille and boot lid, unique broad bodyside stripes, RS2000 decals, black door mirrors, laminated windscreen, tinted glass, hazard warning flashers, heated rear window, separate fuel, water temperature and oil pressure gauges, padded sun visors, centre console, two-speed heater, aeroflow ventilation with eye ball vents. EXTERIOR This very early April 1976 example represents an extremely rare car built prior to the introduction of the RS2000 Base and Custom variants. Finished in Riviera Blue, (Code T), the vibrant paintwork is looks superb and all panels are straight and damage free. There is a small crack to one nearside Cibie headlight lens. A very presentable example with only minor insignificant blemishes, this is a great useable machine, ideal for anyone wishing to enjoy it as Ford intended! Correct early RS2000 exterior features include the broad side stripe, ‘pre blue oval’ FORD lettering to the grille and boot lid and wing badges to denote 2.0 engine size. This is classic Oldskool Ford motoring at its best! INTERIOR The condition of this RS2000 interior is excellent. The early cars were fitted with equipment levels similar to that of the later Custom models, including full doors cards, black headlining, tinted glass, Ford analogue clock and glovebox. The reworked interior whilst not entirely accurate to the Broadstripe specification is clean and the Recaro fishnet seats are in excellent order. Slight wear to the driver’s foot well carpet is visible. All functions and controls operate perfectly, including the lazy tachometer common place on Fords of the era! A spotlessly clean boot displays hints to the professional modification upgrades undertaken with an Alimax fuel tank and heavy duty battery system. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION A reworked set up has retained the oldskool Ford credentials with the stronger 205 block Pinto engine and 2.1 big valve head. Twin Dellorto carburettors, fast road cam, oil cooler and high output alternator allow for an improved estimated 145 bhp, whilst alterations including polybushed suspension, adjustable Spax shocks, World Cup cross member and anti-dive kit allow the power to be exploited in full. The close ratio Type 9 gearbox is a widely accepted revision to classic fast Fords and a professional conversion has been carried out to offer real modern day usability. This classic RS2000 goes just as good as it looks! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Genuine four spoke Ronal alloy wheels feature polished face and rims with black infills to create a pleasing testament to the original RS fitments. All four wheels show RS, Ronal and part number stampings and each is shod in matching branded Falken 175/60 R13 tyres with masses of tread remaining. Vacuum servo assisted brakes incorporate uprated front discs, Princess four pot callipers and Green Stuff pads to offer excellent stopping power. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 1st April 1976 soon after the launch of the Mk2 RS2000 in the previous January, this early example was to become known as the ‘Broadstripe’ in recognition of the wide bodyside tape line. Later RS2000’s were split into either Base or Custom models, all of which had a much thinner decal line to the side, amongst other alterations. The earlier Broadstripe cars had as standard very similar equipment levels to the later Custom models. This example, the feature of a Retro Ford magazine feature in 2006, had previously undergone a full restoration from the original Carnival Red RS2000 whereby a replacement body was utilised. The history file is simply colossal with a huge collection of invoices and receipts from renowned classic and fast Ford specialists totally many thousands of pounds. The restoration and modification is documented within the extensive paperwork and revisions are sympathetic to the original design and widely recognised within the Ford community. With work undertaken by knowledgeable specialists, this example performs every inch as its tremendous looks would suggest. Appealing to the wider community of Ford fans who, perhaps rather than hold emphasis upon complete accuracy, simply wish to enjoy exhilarating drives, fantastic usability and the spirit of the legendary Escort RS2000 with ‘thumbs up’ acknowledgement on every outing. MOT April 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/viuKQDYrM9s To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskUro9qK 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 17 Days Old
    • Year: 1976
    • Mileage: 90303 mi
    • Engine size: 2.1
    For sale
  • Triumph TR3A

    £29,995

    FOR SALE An astonishingly beautiful Triumph TR3A meticulously restored. EQUIPMENT Full opening hood, side screens and full tonneau cover, detachable front screen, wide front grill, external door handles, lockable boot handle, rear arch stone defenders, quarter lights, central stop lamp, interior heater, 5in tachometer and speedometer, fuel, water temperature, ammeter and oil pressure gauges, button starter, scuttle ventilator, panel lights, glove locker, door pockets, twin-tone Lucas horns. Optional Extras: Chrome wing mirrors, knock-on type wire wheels, wooden steering wheel. EXTERIOR This highly desirable TR3A has been subject to a meticulous photographic nut and bolt restoration to the uppermost standard. Finished in Gloss Black, the glorious paint finish is exceptional with a mirror finish guaranteed to draw admiration. The spotlessly clean underside is free from excessive underseal to allow easy inspection and appreciation of the excellent condition and intricate detail. The chrome pieces are perfect having been subject to expensive refurbishment. All further trim, badges, glass and rubbers are virtually as new, and the nearside tail light which has a small ineffectual chip. A very expensive new deep red mohair full tonneau compliments the white all-weather equipment. An outstanding classic roadster. INTERIOR This well-appointed interior has been professionally re-upholstered in beautiful quality deep red Italian leather with white piping. Interior panels and padded door tops continuing into the dash rail are matched to the seat material, and the plush deep pile carpeting is perfect. The makings of a traditional sports tourer include bucket type seats and extensive working instrumentation to provide accurate readings to the driver. The correct chromed grab handle and rear view mirror are supplemented by an optional wooden steering wheel with Triumph boss. An exquisite and sympathetically revised interior finished to the highest level. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The correct 1991cc straight-four OHV engine remains fitted and benefits from a documented complete mechanical strip down and rebuild at the time of restoration. All drivetrain and engine ancillaries were rebuilt or replaced with correct components to ensure this meticulously detailed engine performs as good as it looks. Refurbished factory plates and the Triumph Commission plates proudly adorn the firewall. The new at restoration single dry plate hydraulically operated clutch enables smooth progress through the 4-speed gearbox. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Stunning 60 spoke chrome wire wheels of the ‘knock on type’ were the correct optional fitment available on post 1959 cars and a replacement for the 48 spoke rims. The wheels are perfect and shod in quality correct specification Vredstein Sprint Classic Radial 155 SR15 tyres with masses of tread. The separate lockable compartment houses a new matching spare. The TR3 was the first British production to feature front discs and rear drums as standard, thus making the car renowned for its superior braking ability. HISTORY FILE With a total production run of 58,236 TR3A’s and many of these destined for the US, this example is believed to have been first registered in Anaheim, California in January 1960. This unofficially named TR3A, as all cars were formally known as the TR3, is denoted by the wide mouth grill, external door handles, lockable boot handle as standard. Having been subject to a complete mechanical and body restoration, the splendidly presented history file contains full documentation of such as well as many detailed colour photographs of the works undertaken. UK registration was carried in July 2014 with official paperwork to support and confirmation of all levies and taxes paid. The neatly organised history folder also contains a collection of invoices and receipts for parts sourced from renowned UK Triumph specialists. Forming part of a collectors full TR range and having covered just 329 miles since the restoration this outstanding example is wanting for nothing and absolutely ready for enjoyment. MOT May 2018, Tax Exempt and HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/QIm2y6ci7FI To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/329N66 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: http://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars http://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 329 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • BMW E30

    £65,195

    FOR SALE A stunning homologation BMW E30 M3 Motorsport with just 28,634 miles. MODEL HISTORY The E30 M3 debuted at the 1985 Frankfurt motor show. Produced at the Milbertshofe factory in Munich with the drivetrain assembled by special teams and the chassis thoroughly reworked by BMW Motorsport in every significant area. The only reason for this iconic vehicles birth was to allow BMW to compete in Group A racing where a minimum of 5000 road going examples had to be built. These vehicles are therefore incredibly similar to the successful competition versions and just 5300 North American AK03 models were produced in total. (Source BMW M Registry). EQUIPMENT Limited-slip differential, MacPherson strut front axle with anti-dive and reinforced anti-roll bar, sports tuned suspension, dual ellipsoid headlamps, front air dam, rear air dam, plastic boot lid with rear wing, flared wheel arches, heated side mirrors, heated door locks, heated screen washer nozzles, M3 insignia in grille, black satin chrome finish, M Technic leather sports steering wheel, leather gear knob and gaiter, central locking, power front windows, electric sliding roof, opening rear quarter windows, map lights in the rear view mirror, glove box torch, BMW sports seats, contoured rear seats, toolbox in boot lid, oil temperature gauge, M Technic instrument cluster, service interval indicator, outside temperature display, check/control info centre, OBC II, cruise control, air conditioning. EXTERIOR This fantastic example is finished in Zinnobar Red, (Code 138), and retains an amazing gloss finish. Attractive from any angle the 12 unique body panels designed to reduce drag are virtually free from damage and reflect the cossetted low mileage ownership. The Sheet Moulding Composite lightweight bootlid is perfect and the plastic extra wide side-sills show slight markings and fade due to the first paint credentials. The flared wheel arches, large low-slung air dams and extra-wide side sills all help accentuate the dynamic looks. The glass to the Bosch ellispoid headlights have lost a little clarity. All the correct M3 insignia remains intact and the bumper-mounted side marker lights are still fitted. A true icon in a rare unmolested condition. INTERIOR Finished in Natur Bison leather, (Code 0295), the M3 sport seats offer superb body support at all times and are near factory perfect thanks to the low miles covered. Arched around the driver, the accurate clear instruments, switches and levers are in just the right place and the unique instrument cluster with red needles, an M logo and an oil temperature gauge under the tachometer remind the driver how special this car is. The anthracite headlining and door cards are spotless and carpeting has been protected by genuine BMW carpet mats from new. The chassis tag remains in place on the undamaged dash and the electric windows and sunroof operate smoothly. The BMW glove box torch is present but amazingly so are the genuine chassis stickers often lost on the first wash. The boot is immaculate and a full BMW tool kit is present. Near new perfection. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION In the heart of this M3 is the compact and high-revving four-cylinder 16-valve S14 engine displacing 2.3 litres and developing 195 BHP at 6750 rpm. Lifting up the bonnet will reveal show winning detail and cleanliness desired by exhibitionists with all originality retained throughout such as the yellow coloured factory wax and chassis stickers to both front wings. The original Getrag 265 five-speed manual gearbox is precise and a delight to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The original 15 inch Cross Spoke light alloy wheels are included with the car shod in 205/55 R15 tyres. Fitted are genuine BMW BBS 17 inch Cross Spoke light alloy wheels with Michelin Pilot 215/40 ZR17 front and 245/35 ZR17 rear tyres. A twin-circuit brake system with ABS and swing-caliper discs, ventilated at the front bring the car to an assured confidence inspiring holt. HISTORY FILE This iconic AK03 model was produced on the 17th October 1988 for the North American Market and was quickly snapped up by a Japanese collector frustrated that all 395 examples destined for this market sold out. Remaining in his cossetted ownership until January 2014 a substantial bundle of service documentation exists despite the low miles covered. Australian classic car dealer, Martin Bukkos of Mansle Pty Ltd sourced the vehicle who subsequently sold it to our UK collector, Mr Gary Sears. Mr Sears wanted the best, lowest mileage BMW E30 M3 available and his worldwide efforts and expense fortunately resulted in this wonderful car coming to the UK in August 2014 whereby all duties were paid and the car UK registered. Now made available for a fortunate second UK owner due to Mr Sears expanding his rare classic Ford collection which is his true passion. All handbooks and M3 supplements remain and the history file is neatly contained in a smart presentation case. MOT May 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/QDQleuW6lUw To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskUJbAS3 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1988
    • Mileage: 28634 mi
    • Engine size: 2.3
    For sale
  • Ford Sierra

    £44,795

    FOR SALE An iconic Ford Sierra RS Cosworth with just 32,521 miles from new. MODEL HISTORY The Sierra RS Cosworth project was defined in the spring of 1983 by the then recently appointed head of Ford Motorsport in Europe. It was established that at the time, Ford was no longer competitive in this area. After receiving full support from Ford Public Relations, the project was underway with the Sierra chosen as the basis for the task ahead. Ford Motorsport in Europe approached the automotive company Cosworth who answered positively, but put up two conditions: The street version of the car had to produce no less than 204 HP, and Ford had to accept no less than 15,000 engines. The project would only need about 5,000 engines, but Ford nevertheless accepted the conditions. The extra 10,000 engines would later become one of the reasons Ford also chose to develop a four door, second generation Sierra RS Cosworth. Few cars have ever been greeted with such enthusiasm as the original Sierra RS Cosworth. EQUIPMENT Bodyside mouldings, integral front air dam, colour coded door mirrors, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, colour coded lockable fuel filler cap, bonnet cooling vents, halogen headlamps, integral front driving lamps, colour coded bumpers with front moulded overriders, single plane rear wing spoiler, tinted glass all round, extended centre console, leather gearknob, leather three spoke sports steering wheel, cassette storage, electronic sound system (model ECU2) with power amplifier, Recaro Sports front seats, tilt and slide sunroof, tachometer with turbo boost gauge, anti-locking brake system with failure warning light, electric front windows. Dealer accessories; Ford tailored floor mats. EXTERIOR The iconic styling of the Sierra RS Cosworth is instantly recognisable and boasts breath-taking magnificence even after thirty years since launch. Finished in original Ford Diamond White, (code B3), the uniform paintwork is bright and displays a superb polished finish. All panels are factory original with correct ’86 year date stampings and seam welds to the front wings. The exterior trim is in excellent order and the front lower rubber splitter, often distorted, has retained correct shape entirely. The glass displays the original number and dots dated Securit etchings, and accuracy seekers will be pleased to see the original Cibie headlamps fitted with other lenses showing Ford logo and ‘England’ lettering. Supplying Ford dealer number plates and rear screen sticker remain fitted. A truly sensational car commensurate with the incredibly low mileage, and true to the original Ford SVE Department design. INTERIOR The interior of this RS Cosworth is outstanding and exactly as Ford intended. Finished in Ford Roma and Cashmere Grey Velour, (Code S2), the Recaro seats and door trim are spotless and show virtually no wear. Only very light creasing to the driver’s seat base is evident. The carpets are spotless and have remained free from wear having been protected from new by tailored floor mats A second brand new unused set of genuine Ford floor mats is included. The dashboard is completely free from distortion and three miniscule hairline cracks can be seen, only upon very close scrutiny. The standard ECU2 electronic sound system with power amplifier is fully operational and the LCD display to warn of bulb failure and open doors operates perfectly. Even an unused Ford first aid kit remains in the uncut parcel shelf, and the boot insulation panel designed to raise the boot floor to incorporate the larger spare wheel has been retained! A classic and correct Ford RS interior. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Fitted with the standard 1993cc Dual Over Head Cam (DOHC) engine with the Garrett AiResearch T.03 turbocharger and intercooler, the racing pedigree of this car is truly evident with performance figures quoted of 204bhp, 149mph top speed and 0-60 in just 6.2 seconds. The engine bay will please originality seekers with factory panel stampings on the inner wings, bonnet underside and slam panel. All stickers and plates remain intact, long since lost on most examples. The tough T5 manual transmission is direct and precise, just as you would expect from the low mileage covered. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The standard Rial 15 X 7J Sierra Cosworth alloy wheels and centre caps have been subject to an expensive refurbishment to correct factory finish in Nimbus Grey with diamond cut facings. The original small gold wheel key has been kept. Quality branded continental tyres in the correct size of 205/50 R15 have masses of tread remaining and the spare wheel is wrapped in the original Dunlop SP Sport D40 tyre with tread depth indicator, a feature deleted on the Sapphire Cosworth. Diagonally split hydraulic circuits, anti-lock braking assisted 28.3cm ventilated discs up front and 27.3cm discs at the rear bring the car to a sure and steady halt. HISTORY FILE Manufactured at the Ford Genk plant in July 1986 and supplied new on the 23rd August 1986 by Ford Main Dealers, Vospers of Plymouth, this example has covered a genuine and verified 32,521 miles from new. The large history file contains documentation from new to the present day including comprehensive MOT history and invoices, as well as early Ford service check lists. The Ford Extra Cover Plus wallet contains all handbooks, guides and dealership literature, and the original stamped service book with most recent entry being in July 2016. A documented cambelt change including auxiliary belts was carried out in 2013 with less than 3,000 miles covered since. The previous keeper has just acquired two Capri RS models and has made the difficult decision to part with this example. KGF Classic Cars are honoured to offer this unmolested low mileage example ready for the next custodian. MOT May 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/it7OCioA-Jk To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskTX5Ei4 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 24 Days Old
    • Year: 1986
    • Mileage: 32521 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Talbot Matra Rancho

    £5,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. An incredibly rare and versatile Talbot Matra Rancho with just 34,590 miles from new. EQUIPMENT Moulded bumpers, body side protection, front crash bar, laminated windscreen, tinted glass, two speed wipers, locking petrol cap, tailgate wash/wipe, heated rear window, sliding rear windows, halogen headlamps, auxiliary driving lamps, roof rack, cigar lighter, split tailgate, inertia reel seatbelts, Veglia clock. Dealer fit options; Additional revolving search lamps. EXTERIOR This remarkable survivor is a testament to the pioneering vision of Talbot to create arguably the worlds first sports utility and family saloon hybrid. This brilliant Rancho is finished in Talbot White and presents amazingly well with a bright uniform shine. All trim sections and rugged body mouldings are intact and in excellent order, as is the glass. The optional extra and impossible to source, scuttle mounted search lamps, are intact although one has a small crack in the plastic housing and the driving lamps have minor internal chrome deterioration. Remedial paintwork has been carried out over the years to a good standard and this car has been the on regular show on the Talbot show stand. This hugely versatile example has been further adapted for wheel chair access when new by Smulders Systems whilst permanently retaining the rear bench seat. This conversion is facilitated by a rear lowering ramp and an ingenuous electric motor fitted to compress the rear springs and lower the entire rear of the car and allow effortless wheelchair access with safety restraint belt fitted. The ultimate dare to be different classic! INTERIOR The rugged, practical and hugely comfortable interior space is completely original. The large reclining front seats and matching rear bench in grey vinyl with check cloth centre panels are immaculate and completely free from wear, commensurate with such a low mileage example. The durable and washable rubber floor coverings are completely intact and the clean headlining is in excellent order with only three nicks to the fabric. The delightfully sparse yet functional dashboard and fascia are pristine and completely original even down to the working factory radio and electric clock! The gauges display healthy readings with no warning lights and all controls and functions operate seamlessly. A tremendously well preserved interior, exactly as Talbot Matra intended. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The original four cylinder 1442cc engine produces 80bhp and 88.5lb.ft of torque allowing fair performance in modern traffic with a top speed of 90mph and 0-62 time of 16.3 seconds. The engine fires up instantly and is surprisingly quiet, most unlike a Talbot! The four speed all synchromesh gearbox is vague but exactly correct in its operation and the driver soon becomes accustomed to its use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The factory fitted styled pressed steel wheels remain fitted and are shod in branded 185/70 R14 tyres. The oversize wheels together with uprated suspension offer increased ground clearance over the saloon car variants and cement the appeal of this dependable leisure vehicle. Hydraulic dual circuit braking system with vacuum servo assistance incorporate 9.2in front discs and 9in rear drums to offers impressive stopping power. HISTORY FILE Supplied new by Peugeot Talbot Main Dealer George Blair Addlestone Ltd, this example was registered new on 25th May 1983. A fantastic history file with comprehensive MOT history fully documents the incredibly low 34,590 miles covered, and a vast collection of invoices clearly illustrate the cossetted ownership. The original handbook and dealer guides are present and even the ‘Talbot Certicarte’ identity card forms part of the impressive history file. Sold by KGF Classic Cars in 2014 to an avid car enthusiast who had searched hard for a number of years unsuccessfully to find such a car. During his ownership the car has enjoyed the show circuit including the 2017 Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show at Birmingham’s NEC where it featured pride of place on the Talbot official stand. Of 57,792 vehicles produced and with only four licensed examples remaining on UK roads, this pioneering and perhaps the worlds first ‘soft roader’ represents an incredibly rare survivor with immense practicality, versatility and onlooker intrigue in abundance! MOT April 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: http://youtu.be/4KvuBBXBs8g To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kgfclassiccars/sets/72157645108606221 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccar https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 26 Days Old
    • Mileage: 34590 mi
    • Engine size: 1.4
    For sale
  • Ford Fiesta

    £24,795

    FOR SALE A genuine Mk1 Ford Fiesta Supersport in phenomenal condition. EQUIPMENT All steel welded construction body, black bumpers with overriders, body colour louvred radiator grille, front air dam, special bodyside tape stripe, rear spoiler, wheel arch extensions, black window surrounds, twin driving lamps, tailgate wash/wipe, door storage bins, passenger sun visor, cigar lighter, tachometer, head restraints, Ford P21 push button radio, clock. EXTERIOR This incredibly rare Fiesta Supersport is finished in optional Strato Silver, (Code V 6), and demonstrates a brilliant shine of a cherished, perfectly stored car. Knowledgeable scrutineers will be amazed how this fragile car has survived in the correct Ford production guise with factory original panels throughout. Unique to the Supersport, one bolt bumper mounts in the correctly sized recess, supplements the known bulged rear valence to accommodate the spare alloy wheel in the boot area. Date stampings in hidden areas remain and production spot-welds even extend to both sills! Correct Hella halogen headlights and Ford twin driving lamps remain fitted and the decals are original factory fitted and not reproduction items. They have been clear lacquered. There is one small scratch and minor stone chips to the bonnet left untreated to uphold first paint credentials. The glass is number plate etched with the rear screen displaying the supplying dealer sticker. Both the screen sticker and front and rear number plates are original items and not reproduction. Amazing. INTERIOR Mollycoddled will help explain why the reclining front seats finished in Savannah and Carla Supersport Red fabric, (Code K1), are still original items from new. Never subject to a retrim and still in amazing condition they will be the envy of all Fast Ford fans. The soft feel instrument panel is free from cracks and the 4-spoke steering wheel and sports gearshift knob are perfect. All gauges and illuminated switchgear are in working order and there is minor wear to the driver’s window winder and passenger door top. The boot area displays all the hallmarks of an untampered vehicle from the genuine carpeted rear package tray to the blue scribed numbers on the boot floor written in March 1981 when the car was produced. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The Kent 2V engine, (KL13G), code J3E with 1297cc produces 66PS and is uncharacteristically quiet thanks to documented owner maintenance entries. Beautifully detailed with Ford leads, cables and Motocraft service items the exhibitionist will be thrilled at the cleanliness and production correct attributes. The Mk1 bodyplate in conjunction with chassis plate is easily reproduced but is correctly mounted and original in this car with codes unique to the Supersport proudly on display for the knowledgeable to cross reference. The 4-speed synchromesh gearbox with remote shift operates correctly. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Correct Ford 4-spoke 13 X 6 alloys wheels with the black centre caps are stunning with two tiny marks to the front only. Amazingly, Pirelli P6 185/60 R13 tyres are still fitted including the spare which although have ample tread would be advised to change and keep should the car be regularly used. The dual line servo assisted brakes with 8.7” front discs and 7.0” rear drums bring the car up to a steady halt. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 4th August 1981 by Ford Main Dealers, South Essex Motors (SEM), to Mr Gregory of Wickford. His long term ownership is best described as fastidious with a 1981 diary revealing the mileage at every fuel stop and when and what maintenance works were carried out. This log covers 46 pages of hand written entries up to 78,687 miles and the mileage is now 84,307. The condition, without exception, reflects a cossetted ownership partly revealed by the diary and in the perfect originality of the car itself. In the care of some very high profile Ford collectors since and now ready for the next custodian. A SEM wallet containing all the Ford handbooks remains with the car. Two sets of Ford keys, with the metal key tag number, fits all locks and the ignition. Representing a fantastic element of Ford’s historic sporting pedigree, this hugely collectable model has become virtually impossible to source in such an unmolested, preserved and original condition. MOT May 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/lEMW8NhKLqU To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/9U6E9m 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 27 Days Old
    • Mileage: 84307 mi
    • Engine size: 1.3
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  • Ford Sierra

    £31,995

    FOR SALE A preserved collectors Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth with just 36,158 miles. EQUIPMENT Bodyside mouldings with grey insert, polycarbonate bumpers, integral front air dam, colour coded door mirrors, heated front windscreen, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, tinted glass, bonnet cooling vents, homofocal headlights, headlamp wash/wipe, rear window aerial, colour coded rear spoiler, extended centre console, quartz digital clock, fascia light dimmer, leather gearknob and three spoke sports steering wheel, graphic information module, map reading lamps, fascia light dimmer, tilt and slide sunroof, central locking, front and rear electric windows, integral rear headrests. Dealer fitted accessory; Ford front window wind deflectors. EXTERIOR The commanding exterior of this early RS Sapphire Cosworth is finished in original and desirable Ford Moonstone Blue (code 5 9). The factory paintwork is exceptional and boasts a bright shine and polished uniform finish. All factory panels are straight with linear gaps with only minor blemishes visible and a small rub to the nearside sill skirt and driver’s door. The underside is clean and totally original, even down to the factory markings on underside components and lower suspension arms. All exterior trim is perfect and early features such as Anthracite fog lamps surrounds denote an early 2WD example. The correct Satin Black aerodynamic strakes to the C-Pillar are unmarked. The glass displays the original number and dots dated Securit etchings, and the original Carello headlamps remain fitted with other lenses showing Ford logo and ‘England’ lettering. Supplying dealer rear screen sticker has been retained, as have the dealer optional genuine window air deflectors with Ford branding. Arguably one of the best unrestored examples in existence. INTERIOR The factory standard interior of this truly special example is trimmed in the original Halley and Angora grey velour, (Code L). This trim arrangement being another denotation of the early 2WD production Sapphire Cosworths, with added rarity being available only prior to the introduction of Shadow Halley/Raven velour and optional Raven Leather in February 1989. The supportive Recaro front seats are flawless with firm bolsters and tight coverings, commensurate with the low mileage. The instantly familiar driver inclined dashboard is perfect and completely free from any cracks, and the three spoke leather trimmed sports steering wheel and leather gear knob show natural veins only seen on genuine low mileage examples. Incredibly, the original Ford steering wheel cover fitted upon PDI and usually discarded has been kept! All functions and controls operate flawlessly including the standard Sound 2007 Stereo system with power amplifier. A fantastic RS interior, the ultimate combination of sporting prowess and spacious executive luxury. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Fitted with the standard 1993cc Dual Over Head Cam (DOHC) engine with the Garrett AiResearch T.03B turbocharger and intercooler, the racing pedigree of this car is truly evident with performance figures quoted of 204bhp, 150mph top speed and 0-60 in just 6.1 seconds. The engine bay will fascinate originality seekers with factory panel stampings on the inner wings, bonnet underside and correct un-lacquered slam panel. Absolutely all stickers and plates remain intact including the yellow brake warning sticker on the offside suspension tower and service stickers on the intercooler, long since lost on most examples. The tough T5 manual transmission with 7.5 limited slip differential is direct and precise, just as you would expect from the low mileage covered. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The factory fitted and unrestored 15 X 7 RS Sierra Cosworth ‘Lattice Style’ alloy wheels are remarkable with no kerbing damage and only faint scratches to the outer rim edges. The part numbers and raised stampings are prominent and show clear definition, a feature lost upon the usual refurbished items. Quality Dunlop SP Sport 205/50 R15 tyres with excellent tread are fitted all round and the spare wheel is shod in the original unused Dunlop SP Sport D40 fitment. Diagonally split hydraulic brakes featuring anti-lock assistance and Teves four piston front callipers offer excellent stopping power to match the performance. HISTORY FILE Registered new on the 27th October 1988 by Ford Main Dealer La Motte Garages Limited of Jersey, this exceptional Sapphire Cosworth boasts credentials of just 36,158 warranted miles and four traceable owners from new, the third being the RS specialist who registered the car in the UK. A new car sales invoice and order form made out to first keeper, Mr G Romeril, confirms the price new of £16,524.80 less part exchange allowance of £8,024 for his Escort RS Turbo! The second Jersey keeper, Mr K Surcouf, purchased the car in 2003 and owned it until 2016 whereby RS Specialist, Mr G Jones, sourced the car and arranged shipping and UK registration before passing ownership to the previous keeper Mr T Warren. The huge history file is beautifully presented with all service invoices throughout to fully verify the low mileage. All handbooks, radio guide and dealership literature is kept in the plastic wallet. Representing an incredibly well preserved example of what is now firmly established as collectable Ford RS product, KGF Classic Cars are privileged to offer this car ready for the next custodian. MOT April 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/K535xozR95g To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/V344Q2 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 28 Days Old
    • Year: 1988
    • Mileage: 36158 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Mazda MX5

    £8,295

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A gorgeous UK Mazda MX-5 with two owners and just 22,580 miles. EQUIPMENT Laminated windscreen, retractable halogen headlamps, bright finish door handles, colour coded bumpers, outer mirrors and mud guards, manual folding black canvas soft top, rear tonneau, side impact beams, suspension brace bar, tachometer, leather steering wheel and gearknob gaiter, bucket seats, interior light, map light, cigar lighter and ashtray, locking glovebox, locking centre storage box, Dealer accessories; Genuine Mazda trunk lid carrier, Mazda tailored floor mats, GT Auto Alarm. EXTERIOR This incredible preserved Mazda MX-5 is finished in factory original Classic Red (colour code SU). The paintwork boasts a pristine deep gloss shine and impeccable finish with only miniscule markings, commensurate with the super low mileage covered. The showroom fresh appeal is a credit to the fastidious two keepers from new, who insisted on garage storage. The black canvas hood is outstanding with a tight fit and only the faintest hairline scratches to the plastic screen. Even the often damaged or removed Mazda decal to the front bumper remains fully intact! A useful Mazda chrome boot carrier is easily removed with no damage. The epitome of a modern classic sports car, preserved to the highest standard. INTERIOR Trimmed in the standard Black Cloth upholstery this interior is exactly how Mazda intended. Everything is co-ordinated and operates perfectly. The high backed seats offering maximum comfort and support and show virtually no wear. The driver’s seat has very slight bobbling. The classic sports dashboard houses a cluster of crystal clear instruments that function precisely and retain a new car feel. The leather trimmed steering wheel with pristine white stitching is as new. The tonneau cover, wheel brace, jack and toolkit are all present and spotlessly clean. The no frills driver focused concept by perfected by Mazda is simply wonderful, and this example affirms the notion perfectly. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION To experience driving a well maintained Mk1 MX-5 is a true motoring delight. The lightweight 1.6 litre 16v DOHC engine sits low and behind the front axle to offer a low centre of gravity and centralised weight distribution making handling perfectly balanced and delightfully responsive. With 113bhp available, a top speed of 115mph and 0-60mph time of 8.3 seconds is achieved. Regular servicing and low mileage, the engine is lively and power flow very smooth. The engine bay is pristine with all factory plates and stickers intact. The close ratio five speed gearbox provides short and positive gear changes. Brilliant! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES This unmodified Mazda retains its factory fitted 14 x 5.5j alloy wheels, affectionately known as the ‘Daisy’ style. Shod in Pirelli P6000 185/60R14 tyres with excellent tread remaining, the unrestored wheels show miniscule age related markings but still have prominent factory stampings which are otherwise lost upon refurbishment. The space saver spare tyre is unused and has the coloured factory banding still visible. Ventilated front and solid rear discs install maximum braking confidence. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 2nd April 1991 by Main Dealers Follett Mazda of Mayfair, London, this exceptional example boasts credentials of only 22,580 miles covered by just two keepers from new. A new car order form, subsequent purchase invoice and welcome letters from Mazda to first owner, Mr M Gale, reveals the amount paid of £15,750 less a part exchange allowance of £13,000 for his 1990 Mazda MX5! This cherished vehicle has wanted for nothing, and despite the low mileage covered was taken annually, without fail, to a Mazda Main Dealer for servicing by the fastidious first owner. The original service book displays ten Mazda Dealer stamps with supporting invoices. The beautifully presented history file contains further service invoices under the second keeper, Mr M Winters, who was and still is a neighbour of the first owner! Furthermore, every MOT certificate has been kept to fully verify the low mileage, and even all old tax discs have been retained. Completing the amazing history file are all handbooks and guides in the Mazda wallet, owners service log and five sets of keys with original code tags! Original, low mileage and unmolested cars are hard to find, and without question this preserved car fulfils the requirement perfectly. MOT April 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/x17nd-vOtus To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskXDZv7v 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/#!/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 18 Days Old
    • Year: 1991
    • Mileage: 22580 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
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  • Ford Escort RS Cosworth Luxury

    £69,995

    FOR SALE A Big Turbo Ford Escort RS Cosworth with 2,500 miles, one owner and full Ford history MODEL HISTORY The Ford Escort RS Cosworth was a sports derivative and rally homologation special of the fifth generation Ford Escort. It was designed to qualify as a Group A car for the World Rally Championship. It was available as a road car from 1992-96 in limited numbers from Ford’s Specialist Vehicle Engineering, (SVE), group. It combines the hand-assembled engine expertise of Cosworth and the coach-building crafts of Karmann. In order to accommodate the larger Cosworth engine and transmission Ford developed the car around the chassis and mechanicals of its predecessor, the Sierra Cosworth. A very rare car with only 7,145 examples being produced with the first 2,500 units being Big Turbo Homologation cars. (Source Wikipedia, 1995 Edition One RS Brochure and the RS Owners Club). EQUIPMENT Body colour front bumper with black lower extension, front airdam, louvred bonnet air intakes, wing air extraction grilles, integral driving lights and fog lights, driver airbag, padded armrest with cassette storage, oil pressure gauge, turbo gauge, voltmeter, quartz digital clock with ambient temperature, electro-luminescent dials, Ford 2007 RDS radio/cassette. Lux Model equipment; Electrically operated and heated door mirrors, ‘Quickclear’ heated windscreen, heated washer jets, three-spoke leather covered steering wheel, rear centre armrest, rear head restraints, manual sunroof, electric windows, carpeted door bins. EXTERIOR With 200 hours detail development in Fords own Cologne wind tunnel the rally-bred innovation of this model is instantly recognised. Finished in the unique Escort Cosworth launch colour of Mallard Green, (Code 4 2), the finish can be described as impeccable. An invoice in the file for Armourfend paint protection followed by temperature controlled storage and 2,500 careful dry mileage use only guarantees sheer perfection and a factory new appearance. The three-position front adjustable splitter still has the factory chalk marks and the underside is factory correct and spotlessly clean having never been altered from production. The colour-coded fuel filler cap and large door mirrors of early Big Turbo cars along with every inconceivable detail is correct. This one owner Escort Cosworth is the Holy Grail. INTERIOR The interior of this early Escort RS Cosworth Lux Edition is as new and exactly as Ford intended. The Recaro seats finished in the Polaris Grey Hex cloth, (Code LW), are divine with a fullness only witnessed on incredibly low mileage examples never exposed to ultraviolet light. The desirable early leather covered steering wheel with three horn buttons remains fitted. Removable Ford RS Owners Club stickers are affixed to front screen with this being the 94th car registered. Being one of the first 2500 cars the pristine boot area still has the water injection kit never plumbed in and unused to comply with homologation. Most were removed by the Ford dealer to avoid customer confusion but the only owner of this car knew the significance and asked the dealer not to remove it. Seat covers, a supply of genuine Ford paper mats and upmost care help explain why this interior is perfect. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The powerful and well proven Cosworth 2.0 litre 16v turbocharged YBT engine features the larger Garrett T3/T04B turbocharger with a two-stage water/air and air/air intercooler together with an electronically regulated over-boost facility. Being an early car it is also fitted with the desirable Weber-Marelli fuelling and ignition system. The blue painted cam cover denotes a number of significant changes over the older YBG unit of the Sierra RS Cosworth and power is quoted at 225bhp with 0-60 in 5.9 seconds and a top speed of 140mph. Religious annual servicing by the supplying Ford main dealer leaves no doubt to the mechanical wellbeing of this cherished car. The owner even keeping removed spark plugs when new ones were installed. The permanent Ferguson four wheel drive system with 34/66% front/rear power split mated to a MT 75 5-speed gearbox is light and direct. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Genuine Ford RS 8 X 16” five soft-spoke alloy wheels built by Ronal are pristine and still shod in the correct Pirelli P Zero tyres which were specially developed for the Escort RS Cosworth. Unbelievably the tyres are perfectly preserved thanks to being wrapped and the car being off the ground when stored. Electrically-controlled ABS anti-lock system with two microprocessors and ventilated front and rear discs offer immense stopping power. HISTORY FILE Simply astonishing and unrepeatable. This desirable Big Turbo model was built in September 1992 at the Rheine Assembly Plant in Germany and registered new on the 1st January 1993. Supplied by John Grose in Ipswich for £22,402.52 to the only owner, Mr Rick Wildridge who specified the car to be registered with a ‘COS’ suffix private number plate which remains with the car. Ownership has never passed to any other individual, organisation or collector. John Grose have annually maintained this car from new with an impressive 24 service entries catalogued over four service books and every invoice accompanied by each Ford Visual Health Check. Mr Wildridge also insisted that the same trusted John Grose employee, Mr Steve Syrett now the Service Manager, work on the car! This fanatical approach is echoed in every conceivable way from the climatic storage chamber for the car to the near obsessive collection of Escort Cosworth literature spanning 25 years. A Classic Companions ‘This is Your Life’ presentation box neatly documents any expenditure including the 16 fuel station visits using only Shell Super Unleaded with accompanying receipts. A Ford connoisseur will be amazed with all aspects of this example and will no doubt want to claim it to be the very best in the world. All keys with original supplying dealer key fobs, every tax disc, every MOT and all Ford handbooks are supplied. KGF Classic Cars are honoured to be associated with this historically significant Ford Escort RS Cosworth. MOT February 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/qIPbhAuV1Jo To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskXDAofk 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: About 7 Hours Old
    • Year: 1993
    • Mileage: 2500 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Mazda MX5

    £10,995

    FOR SALE An astonishing Mk1 Mazda MX-5 Harvard Special Edition with 8,091 miles. EQUIPMENT Laminated windscreen, retractable halogen headlamps, bright finish door handles, colour keyed bumpers and outer mirrors, colour keyed mud guards, rear tonneau, side impact beams, tachometer, urethane gearknob, bucket seats, interior light, cigar lighter and illuminated ashtray, locking glovebox, locking centre storage box. Harvard Special Edition features: Silver Stone metallic paint, 15inch alloy wheels, chrome brace bar, leather interior, wood trim, Clarion CD audio, Momo leather steering wheel, power steering, scuff plates, Harvard badging and floor mats. EXTERIOR This collectable Mazda MX-5 is one of just 500 examples all finished in classic Silver Stone metallic, (Code 3L). Preserved with such low miles and cossetted storage the paint finish is spectacular and factory original with only a tiny mark to the drivers door barely noticeable. Exhibitionists will be amazed at the clean underside with factory paint dabs and wheel arch spot welds still visible. The black canvas hood is in perfect order with a tight fit and the rear window is crystal clear with no crease marks. The correct special edition badges remain unmarked. Mazda museum quality. INTERIOR The interior is trimmed in luxurious burgundy leather with grey piping, (Code NA3) and is exactly how Mazda intended being showroom fresh with no wear. Purists will be stunned that the exclusive Harvard carpet mats are still in their polythene wrapping and all factory stickers remain attached including the rear carpet sticker often lost on the first vacuum. Prominent veins on the Momo leather steering wheel and urethane gearknob are indicators only found on very low mileage examples, and the walnut effect trim has one minor mark. The chrome scuff plates still have some of the factory protective film on them. The tonneau cover, tool kit, jack, wheel brace and covered space saver wheel are all present, spotlessly clean and in the case of the tonneau cover still in the manufacturer packaging. Incredible. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The lightweight 1.8 litre 16v DOHC engine sits low and behind the front axle to offer a low centre of gravity and produces 130bhp enough for a 0-60mph in 8.6secs and a top speed of 123mph. Display perfection is guaranteed with all factory markings still present such as red paint dabs on the brake unions and the gold anodised components still shine brightly. The close ratio short throw gearbox provides light and precise gear changes. A new Mk1 MX-5 experience. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES This exceptional Mazda has unique unmarked factory fitted 15inch alloy wheels which are shod in matching Bridgestone 195/50 R15 tyres. The 255mm ventilated discs at the front and solid 251mm at the back install maximum braking confidence. The brake calipers clearly visible through the wide spokes still maintain their silver factory coating. HISTORY FILE Purchased new by Mr Stephen Dawes on the 28th May 1997 through Mazda UK Ltd on the Special Forces programme, the car was subsequently driven to Belgium where it had its 600 mile inspection at Mazda Main Dealers, Garage Aldo. An accompanying invoice and service stamp act as verification. Both Mr Dawes and the car returned to the UK just four months later whereby the owner continued his international military career having little time to enjoy the Mazda. Despite this, carefully and chronologically filed documentation reveals virtually every MOT from the first in 2000, when the car was three years old to the latest advisory free certificate, enabling the mileage to be warranted. Sold in 2016 to his brother, Mr Richard Dawes, this car has only ever had two family owners. A major service was carried out in September 2016 and all documentation, handbooks and a new car sales brochure remain. A full spare set of keys remain unopened in a polythene bag with leather Mazda key fobs. Virtually impossible to find in such original, low mileage and unmolested condition, this car is sure to delight the fanatical collector and is perfectly suited to an enthusiast wanting to experience fun and reliable classic motoring, just as Mazda intended when new 20 years ago! MOT April 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/0GaLhyWTRko To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskThAvbj 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: About 7 Hours Old
    • Year: 1997
    • Mileage: 13395 mi
    • Engine size: 1.8
    For sale
  • MG F

    £2,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. An exhilarating MGF 1.8i with just 21,878 miles and one private owner. EQUIPMENT Reinforced body structure, door side intrusion beams, drivers airbag, body-colour bumpers and trim, tinted glass, bright sill finishers, seat belt pretensioners, fuel tank cage, high tensile tubes in A pillars, impact absorbing front and rear structures, laminated windscreen, high level brake lamp, remote central with superlocking, Thatcham Category 2 immobiliser, perimetric and volumetric alarm system, electric windows, halogen headlamps, heated electric door mirrors, hood cover, drop down bin and cup holders, classic MG drilled accelerator pedal. Dealer accessories; MG X-Power Speedster Roll-Hoops. EXTERIOR This beautiful thoroughbred is finished in vibrant Solar Red, (Code CMU). The original factory paintwork boasts an incredible bright uniform shine and is wonderfully preserved thanks to careful sole ownership and garage storage from new. The Supagarded panels are free from corrosion with just the faintest of stone chips to the bonnet in an otherwise virtually unmarked body. All trim sections are remarkably well kept and fully commensurate with such a low mileage example and the supplying dealer stickers, tax disc holder, manufacturer badges and Union Jack wing plates remain present. The original tailor made fabric hood is effortless in operation with the plastic rear screen showing very minor discolouration but free from crease marks. A versatile modern classic. INTERIOR The comfortable cockpit oozes a sense of purpose and promise of the exhilarating drive ahead. The supportive sports seats are trimmed in an authentic Walnut Mirage cloth, (Code SAV), and are in fantastic condition as are the door cards and black carpeting adhering to such cosseted ownership and little use. The flawless dashboard houses fully functioning switchgear and the silver faced dials, chunky leather trimmed steering wheel and alloy gear knob accentuate the sporting nature. A beautifully cherished and exceptionally well preserved example. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The four cylinder 1796cc engine produces 120bhp at 5500rpm and 165Nm torque at 3000rpm enabling a top speed of 120mph and 0-60 in just 8.5 seconds. The mid-mounted engine and rear wheel drive configuration processes all the correct sports car credentials to ensure optimum driver delight. The short throw sports ratio five speed gearbox completes the package. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The factory fitted 15inch eight-spoke style alloy wheels with the MG logo are in pristine condition surrounded by 185/55 R15 tyres up front and 205/50 R15 at the rear. The spare wheel remains unused. Ventilated front discs and solid rear discs offer positive stopping power. HISTORY FILE Registered new by MG Rover Main Agent, Horners Limited of Manchester on the 3rd August 2001 before Mrs Frary took ownership on the 21st September 2001. Not prepared to wait for her favourite colour combination she purchased the dealers car for £14,338. Being the conscientious type the original purchase invoice reveals an extra £199 paid for Supaguard paint protection. Mrs Frary has been the only careful custodian since September 2001 keeping the car garaged, well maintained and for pleasure use only. The low mileage of just 21,878 is warranted. The first five service entries were back to the supplying dealer with independent servicing thereafter. The owner held a Horners Gold Membership card due to loyalty. All old tax discs have been kept and the original handbooks, service book and instruction pamphlets are contained in the black leather MG wallet. A sales brochure from 2001 completes the history file and both sets of keys with the supplying dealer leather key fobs are included. An unspoiled and prized MGF, wanting for nothing and ready for summer entertainment! MOT April 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/of2yvv_hdBY To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/6H5yj9 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccar https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 11 Days Old
    • Mileage: 21878 mi
    • Engine size: 1.8
    For sale
  • Austin Allegro

    £5,995

    FOR SALE Quite possibly the best unrestored Austin Allegro 1100 DeLuxe with 10,190 miles. EQUIPMENT All steel unitary construction, underbody protection, recessed door-handles, anti-burst locks, safety steering column, Hydragas suspension, laminated windscreen, electric washers, two-speed wipers, flick wipe, exterior door mirror, hazard warning lights, child safety catches on rear doors, fresh-flow ventilation, heated rear window, Quartic steering wheel. Factory options; Brake servo. Dealer accessories; Mud flaps, Radiomobile. EXTERIOR Finished in the extremely rare factory original colour of Mirage, (Code BLVC11), this amazing Series One Allegro has been preserved incredibly well, owing to the remarkable low mileage of 10,190 under truly cherished ownership. The factory paint finish displays only minor age related markings and the chrome bumpers display very light pitting, utterly inoffensive and left untreated so as to uphold originality. Factory wax is visible in door apertures and on the clean underside which is free from excess rust proofing to allow easy inspection. Features unique to the early Series One cars remain correct such as the external bonnet release and the C-Pillar vents screwed from the inside as opposed external screws on later cars. Remarkable originality can be seen in the form of supplying dealer number plates, rear screen sticker and tax disc holder. The original Allegro bonnet and boot badges are fitted as well as the iconic British Leyland emblem fitted to the nearside wing only, just as they were made. This humble DeLuxe model was the entry level Allegro, and as such had no coachline, a feature which is upheld. An almost inconceivable rare survivor against unfavourable odds, very special. INTERIOR The spacious interior of this Allegro is completely original and in perfect preserved condition. The Knit-backed vinyl seat upholstery in Spanish Rose is essentially as new, as are the matching partial door cards and rubber floor coverings, again unique to the Deluxe model. Still fitted is the famous Quartic steering wheel, arguably the most iconic feature of the Allegro to allow ease of access and a better view of the instruments. Widely ridiculed as a concept, the Quartic wheel was phased out in 1974. A reflection of British Leyland quality control can be witnessed with factory glue marks on the headlining and even the chalk line to mark out siting of the instrument binnacle! Incredibly, a factory build tag is still attached inside the boot. Complete with the 1970’s British Leyland smell, this interior is astonishing. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The legendary and time proven A-Series engine of 1098cc displacement is robust, simple and has excellent parts availability. Producing an ample 49bhp and 59lb/ft of torque, this Allegro can hold its own in modern traffic. The engine is wonderfully quiet and whilst the clean engine bay shows natural aging, it is completely original and features factory plates and stickers. Even the Hydragas suspension sticker on the sphere remains intact! The four speed hydraulically operated all synchromesh gearbox delivers light and exact changes complete with the instantly recognisable first gear whine! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Original pressed steel disc wheels with chrome hub caps are immaculate and shod in quality matching Pirelli P3000 tyres with excellent tread remaining. The well maintained Hydrogas suspension system is free from leaks and allows the car to sit level and correct, and more importantly ride as it should. The hydraulic brake system with 9.68in front discs and factory optional servo bring the car up safe and steady. HISTORY FILE Supplied by Austin Main Dealer, Peter O’Gorman in Essex, this 1973 built 1100 DeLuxe was registered new on the 21st February 1974. A new car retail order form made out to first owner, Miss Joan Earl, confirms a purchase price of £1,100.00 including £11.75 for brake servo, a factory option! A well-known example within the Allegro Owners Club with plenty of stand appearances, including the NEC Classic Car Show, this delightful car nicknamed ‘Violet’ is used to the limelight. ‘Violet’ has been awarded Best Series One Allegro at every Allegro Club International event it has attended! With just three former keepers, the previous of five years being Mr Ian Cole who has been a member of the Allegro Club International for 23 years, and has held in this period positions of Chairman, Director and Membership Secretary. The superb history file contains the original orange Passport to Service and Allegro handbook, as well as a 1974 Austin Allegro range sales brochure. A large history folder is beautifully presented and contains a substantial collection of MOT certificates throughout the cars entire lifetime and maintenance invoices to fully verify the low mileage of 10,190 miles. Furthermore, a record of TV appearances on three separate programmes is included! The original key set remains including the ignition key with very rare eyelet hole to delight the Allegro aficionado. An unrepeatable opportunity to buy surely one of the best unrestored examples of British Leyland motoring history. MOT March 2018, HPI clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/dEYeHv_ZpTg To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskTfpww9 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 5 Days Old
    • Year: 1974
    • Mileage: 10190 mi
    • Engine size: 1.1
    For sale
  • Ford Focus

    £25,995

    FOR SALE An immaculate Mk1 Ford Focus RS with only 7,424 miles and excellent history EQUIPMENT Computer optimised unitary welded steel body, rigid occupant safety cell, energy absorbing crumple zones, wider front and rear pressed steel wings, auxiliary air intakes, aerodynamic splitter and rear wing, mounted side sills, modified lower rear apron, driver and front passenger airbags, air conditioning, leather sports steering wheel with blue inserts, carbon fibre centre console with start button, limited edition number plaque, Sparco aluminium handbrake, gear knob and pedals, boost gauge and ‘change up light’, bright metal tread plates with RS script, stereo radio/6CD model 6006E, Thatcham CAT 1 alarm. MODEL HISTORY Inspired by the now Late Colin McRae’s victorious Ford Focus RS World Rally Car, the Ford Focus RS was created as a no frills, no compromise road going rally car, a car true to its motorsport roots. Designed in conjunction with Ford Racing Engineers and M-Sport in Cumbria, the RS badge synonymous with the most desirable, high performance Ford vehicles was first introduced to the already accomplished Focus. Only 4,501 examples were built with only 2,147 sold to the UK market. EXTERIOR Finished in the only colour available, striking Imperial Blue Metallic, (Code Q2), perfection seekers will be amazed with the outstanding exterior finish of this low mileage example. With styling cues from the Focus RS WRC project more aggressive polypropylene front and rear bumpers were developed for the Focus RS for extensive downforce and are virtually unmarked with only a few tiny stone chips. The correct Hella fog lights and blue turn indicator bulbs remain fitted and all exterior panels unique to the Focus RS body are pristine. The original supplying dealer number plates and rear screen sticker are affixed as are rare and delicate manufacturer stickers in door shuts and other discreet places often lost with the first wash. The underside is factory correct and clean with factory blue production dabs of paint visible thanks to low mileage dry use and temperature controlled storage. INTERIOR Inside this competition-inspired performance Focus RS is an impressive list of motorsport-derived equipment from a pair of body-hugging Sparco road-race seats swathed in luxurious Racing Black and Blue Leather and Black Alcantara, (Code AR), to aluminium fittings, push button start and a numbered plaque. Having covered just 7,424 miles, the interior condition is flawless and undeniably showroom fresh. The instrument cluster features segregated and individually framed gauges with a bold blue band graphic scheme all functioning perfectly. The desirable and no longer obtainable Focus RS carpet mats remain unused and stored in the boot with a set of standard Focus mats having been used instead to protect the carpets from new. The boot carpet has also been protected by a Ford boot tray. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION At the heart of this Focus RS is the powerful 2.0 Duratec RS four-cylinder 16v engine which can trace its roots to the Focus WRC engine design. With an air-to-water aircharge intercooler, a water-cooled turbocharger and oil-spray cooled pistons, it boosts output to 212bhp at 5500rpm and 310Nm torque at 3500rpm. The maximum speed is 144mph while 0-60 is dispatched in just 6.4 seconds! The engine bay is factory perfect. The Ford MTX-75 gearbox with a heavy-duty AP Racing clutch and Quaife Automatic Torque-Biasing (ATB) differential offers the ultimate rally road car experience. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The pristine 8 x 18inch O.Z Racing wheels manufactured in light aluminium alloy are shod in premium Pirelli P Zero 225/40 ZR18 tyres. Peer through the large openings between the spokes and onlookers will be amazed at the beautifully detailed and spotless Brembo 4-pot calipers and 325mm ventilated discs which generate braking forces exceeding 1.0 g and can halt the car from 100mph in 4.1 seconds. HISTORY FILE Built on 29th April 2003 and registered new on 23rd June 2003, a new car sales invoice from the supplying main dealer, Sandicliffe Motor Group, reveals a purchase price of £19,970 to the first owner, Mr Teear. Ford reputedly made a loss of around £4,000 on each car sold, but such was demand when the cars were new that used examples were sold for more than list price! A further two custodians have cherished this car retaining and filing all documentation neatly and chronically in an A4 folder. The last cambelt change was carried out at Ford Lifestyle Motor Group in September 2013 at 7,288 miles. The warranted miles are now only 7,424. The history files also includes rare collector artefacts such as production cards, key tags and old tax discs. All original handbooks, service books and special RS supplements are contained within the Ford wallet and two keys with RS fobs are present. Virtually unrepeatable. MOT April 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/f8lyqHWbcjM To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskRV27Yp 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 20 Days Old
    • Year: 1996
    • Mileage: 7424 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Ford Escort Cosworth

    £29,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A superb late build Ford Escort RS Cosworth Lux Edition in rare Petrol Blue. MODEL HISTORY The Ford Escort RS Cosworth was a sports derivative and rally homologation special of the fifth generation Ford Escort. It was designed to qualify as a Group A car for the World Rally Championship. It was available as a road car from 1992-96 in limited numbers from Ford’s Specialist Vehicle Engineering, (SVE), team. It combines the hand-assembled engine expertise of Cosworth and the coach-building crafts of Karmann. In order to accommodate the larger Cosworth engine and transmission Ford developed the car around the chassis and mechanicals of its predecessor, the Sierra Cosworth. A very rare car with only 7,145 examples being produced. (Source Wikipedia, 1995 Edition One RS Brochure and the RS Owners Club). EQUIPMENT Body colour front bumper with black lower extension, front airdam, louvred bonnet air intakes, wing air extraction grilles, integral driving lights and fog lights, driver airbag, padded armrest with cassette storage, oil pressure gauge, turbo gauge, voltmeter, quartz digital clock with ambient temperature, white sports dials, Ford 2007 RDS radio/cassette. Lux Model equipment; Electrically operated and heated door mirrors, ‘Quickclear’ heated windscreen, heated washer jets, three-spoke leather covered steering wheel, rear centre armrest, rear head restraints, electric sunroof, electric windows, carpeted door bins. Factory Options; Passenger airbag, CFC free air conditioning, CD player model 2040. EXTERIOR Finished in striking Petrol Blue, (Code C5), available only in late production models between November 1994 and December 1995, this is a very rare colour. The paintwork boasts a uniform shine guaranteed to attract admiring glances. Markings and hairline scratches are visible upon close scrutiny and all exterior trim sections, lights and badges are excellent. The driver’s door weather strip is lifting slightly to the edge. The iconic whale tail spoiler is fully intact and vulnerable black lower extension to the front bumper has retained correct shape. Ford window stickers remain intact including the Ford Security System and supplying dealer rear window sticker. A true Ford RS legend. INTERIOR The interior of this Escort Cosworth Lux Edition is absolutely original and just as Ford intended. The Recaro seats finished in the Polaris Grey Hex cloth, (Code LW), are immaculately clean and free from wear. The seat bases and bolsters remain tight and have retained all shape, and even the delicate piping to the seats have avoided the wear commonly suffered in many examples. The cut-pile carpets are clean and unworn. The standard Ford radio/cassette, Model 2007 RDS sound system remains fitted, as does the optional Ford CD player, model 2040. A Bluetooth Parrot system is fitted but not tested. The boot area is pristine and houses the factory fitted space-saver spare wheel and correct jack. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The original RS Cosworth powerplant warrants little introduction. Fitted with the factory standard Generation Two Ford EEC IV electronic engine management system and Garrett AiResearch T25 turbocharger and intercooler, the motorsport pedigree of this car is obvious. With an impressive output of 217HP, the car accelerates rapidly through 0-60 in 5.7 seconds and reaches a top speed of 144mph. The clean engine bay is as Ford intended and displays factory seams and weld dots to the wings along with original stickers and slam panel stamping. Motorcraft hoses and ancillaries remain fitted and genuine Motorcraft filters have been used for servicing. The permanent Ferguson four wheel drive system with 34/66% front/rear power split mated to a MT 75 5-speed gearbox is light and direct. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Genuine Ford RS 8 X 16” five-spoke alloy wheels are in good order with faint markings visible, and quality matching branded 225/45 ZR16 tyres were fitted new in March 2017. Electrically-controlled ABS anti-lock system with two microprocessors and ventilated front and rear discs offer immense stopping power. HISTORY FILE Built in December 1995 at the Rheine Assembly Plant in Germany, this factory specified Luxury model was registered new to its first owner on the 14th March 1996 by Ford RS Agent Bristol Street Motors of Worcester. Just five former keepers in total have enjoyed this example with the last custodian having owned it for four years. An invoice in the history file for £963.83 dated March 2017 details a service, cambelt and tensioner carried out by renowned Cosworth expert Harvey Gibbs of Supreme Car Services. The original Ford wallet contains all handbooks, radio instructions, guides and point of sale literature as well as the red master key with code tag. Completing the history is a folder of invoices and previous MOT certificates. An excellent example of this iconic RS product. MOT February 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/4KB3HXJoAYo To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskU1vaBq 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1996
    • Mileage: 48849 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Porsche 964

    £79,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. An outstanding Porsche 964 Carrera 2 Cabriolet with just 16,827 miles and one owner. EQUIPMENT Thermo plastic front and rear body panels, smooth underbody floor panels, bonded windscreen, impact absorbing bumpers, hot zinc-dipped galvanised body, door intrusion bars, electrically operated hood, retractable spoiler, electric front seats, folding rear seats, remote central locking, adjustable headlamps, heated door mirrors and washer jets, 6-speaker sound system, analogue clock, automatic heating control, Blaupunkt Bremen SQR46 stereo. Factory options; Sports seats, piping to seats, top tinted windscreen. Dealer accessories; Porsche indented velour floor mats. EXTERIOR The unmistakably iconic lines of the classic 964 body are instantly familiar, and this exceptional example is finished in the foremost colour for desirability, Guards Red (Code L80K). Having covered a remarkable 16,827 miles with just one extraordinarily fastidious owner from new, the deep mirror shine to the factory original paint finish is impeccable and the car is well known to the Concours Team at PCGB (Porsche Club Great Britain). All trim sections are as new and the cabriolet hood in Black, (Code V9), with clear plastic screen is perfect both in condition and operation, with not a clip or catch out of place. The supplying Porsche Main Dealer number plates and tax disc holder remain fitted, and factory stickers are still affixed to the glass. The wheel tubs and underside are exactly as you would expect for a cherished low mileage car, one which has been strictly preserved and kept true to the original Porsche design. Without doubt one of the best remaining examples of this iconic thoroughbred. INTERIOR Being largely hand assembled, the Porsche 964 model has a quality feel with meticulous attention to detail, and this ultra-low mileage example upholds that notion perfectly. This 964 Cabriolet is trimmed in original Black Leather, (Code LT), and sports seats with red piping were chosen from the factory options list. The anatomically correct front seats show absolutely no wear or colour fade, and the piping is fully intact. Genuine Porsche indented velour floor mats protect the perfect black carpeting, and all other trim sections and quality plastics are as new. Large backlit dials all function correctly and the original working Blaupunkt Bremen SQR46 stereo remains fitted. The front luggage compartment is pristine with an unused tool kit, jack, brace and electric tyre compressor. The important correct factory code sticker, as duplicated in the Guarantee and Maintenance booklet, is attached to the bonnet lid. A truly amazing interior, reminiscent of a 1990 Porsche showroom. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The powerful heart of this 911 Carrera is the famous air cooled, horizontally opposed rear mounted 3.6 litre 250bhp ‘boxer’ engine renown for bullet proof reliability and thrilling performance. Offering a flexible 310Nm of torque, enough to sprint to 62.5mph in 5.7seconds and a top speed of 162mph. To drive a low mileage Porsche 964, one which has been serviced at a Porsche main dealer every year without fail is an unforgettable experience. The desirable 5-speed manual gearbox is reassuringly solid and positive. Absolute Porsche perfection. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Pressure cast light alloy ‘Cup Design’ wheels were specified as an option by the one and only keeper in 1993 at a cost of £2552.34. All four wheels are perfect and are shod in correct 205/50 ZR17 front and 225/40 ZR17 rear Pirelli P Zero Rosso tyres with masses of tread remaining. The anti-lock braking system is allied to large internally ventilated discs that provide remarkable stopping power. Correct and pristine black callipers with the Porsche inscription are clearly visible through the wide spoke apertures. HISTORY FILE Registered new on the 1st August 1990 by Monarch Porsche of Warwick, the history file and credentials to this exceptional example are simply unsurpassable. One fanatical owner from new, 16,827 documented miles and servicing carried out at Porsche Main Dealers every year without a single exception. Mr Maurice Gale ordered the vehicle to his exact specification in October 1989 and joined a ten month waiting list, before eventually taking delivery at Porsche’s Champagne Breakfast and Grand Driveaway day at The Westgate Arms Hotel Warwick, where handover took place. Both the order form and sales invoice for £52,696, along with even the invitation letter to Mr Gale for the new car handover event have been kept in the history. There are two service books containing no less than 26 stamped entries, the original having run out of space. The most recent entry being in 2016 at 16,548 miles, the service history along with every MOT certificate from the first enables the mileage to be fully tracked. A huge and beautifully presented folder of invoices from new are painstakingly filed chronologically, and even include the owner’s personal log of maintenance as well as every single tax disc from new to when they discontinued! Further incredible elements to the history file are product recall notices and event invitation letters from Porsche to Mr Gale, something generally reserved only for highly valued repeat customers. The original sales brochure and valet kit gifted to Mr Gale upon new car handover remains unopened and complete in the luggage area! All handbooks, radio guide with code and point of sale literature are held in the black leather wallet, along with spare keys with remotes, original tags and fobs. Mr and Mrs Gale’s fanatical mentality towards their pride and joy is second to none, and entirely deserved is a rosette awarded at Chateau Impney by two PCGB Concours officials for ‘an example of an exceptionally well kept Porsche’. MOT March 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/z7d5EEdkStE To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskTEWg1n 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: http://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1990
    • Mileage: 16827 mi
    • Engine size: 3.2
    For sale
  • Porsche 996

    £25,995

    classicandperformance *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A curvaceous Porsche 911 Carrera 4S with low owners in prime condition. MODEL HISTORY The decision to combine the powerful naturally aspirated engine with the potent lines of the 911 Turbo is a successful formula proven with the iconic and highly desirable M491 Supersport. Lowered suspension, widebody streamlined aerodynamics, revised integrated spoilers, a braking system derived from the 911 Turbo featuring red brake calipers and generous Turbo Look II wheels all form part of the package. Introduced in 2002 with the major facelift upgrade of the 996 and phased out in 2005, this is a highly sought-after modern classic. EQUIPMENT Retractable rear spoiler, occupant side impact protection, airbags, Porsche Stability Management, digital speed indicator, automatic climate control, trip computer, integrated cup holder, orientation lights, steering rake adjustment. Factory Options: Sports exhaust system with standard exhaust pipes, heated seats, rear window wiper, 4-way electrically adjustable memory seats, top-tinted windscreen, park assist, Bose sound system. EXTERIOR This impressive 911 is finished in Seal Grey Metallic, (Code L6B4), and is virtually flawless thanks to pampered low owner care. The car is totally standard without exception and key model features such as the distinctive red wideband reflector and titanium coloured 4S logo on the engine cover are pristine. Sill mouldings have been shielded by clear protection film to maintain the excellent appearance. Original dealer supplied number plates help prove the originality and all panels remain free from dings and scuffs. The factory fitted front screen with the optional green top-tint has a few tiny marks. Truly impressive in every aspect. INTERIOR The stylish interior of this 911 4S is finished in desirable Black Leather, (Code AH), with all working controls in matt black enhanced with a range of aluminium-coloured details. Standard on the 4S is the switch panel finished in luxurious matching leather and Porsche logo carpet mats have been fitted from new. The classic five dial instrument cluster with the tachometer in the centre is perfectly clear and all door shuts and luggage areas are factory fresh with stickers still attached, including the bonnet identity sticker. The full colour Porsche crest on the sports steering wheel is vibrant an only a small mark to the unique Carrera 4S kick plate to the passenger side is visible. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The flat-six 3.6-litre all alloy engine thumps out 320bhp and 370Nm of torque, enough to propel this machine to 62mph in 5.1 seconds and on to a top speed of 174mph. The optional switchable sports exhaust system is harmony to the ears! Impeccable service history and a detailed engine bay will please the fastidious keeper. A desirable six-speed manual gearbox with a recent clutch and dual-mass flywheel combined with intelligent four-wheel drive provides strong, seamless acceleration. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The 18inch Turbo-Look II wheels are virtually unmarked and display the unique and discreet 4S logo on all four wheels. All four alloys are shod in premium Bridgestone Potenza 225/40 ZR18 front and 295/30 ZR18 rear with ample tread. The braking system, with new pads and discs fitted in February 2017, is derived from the 911 Turbo featuring red brake calipers and internally vented and cross-drilled discs providing formidable stopping power. HISTORY FILE Supplied new by Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield on the 25th November 2003 this remarkable example has only had two former keepers from new. The first custodian, Mr Emmett, owned the car for 11 years and with full Official Porsche and Porsche Specialist service history the mileage of 68,797 is warranted. All invoices and a fully stamped service book are included and reveal important works carried out such as complete clutch assembly and flywheel along with the rear main oil seal. With the last major service carried out at 67,691 miles in August 2016 the next scheduled visit will be in August 2018 or 87,691 miles, helping to ensure peace of mind. All handbooks, spare keys and manuals are present and contained in the black leather Porsche wallet. A sought-after modern classic and one for the Porsche enthusiast. MOT March 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/1s4CTfDK1Ko To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/69m845 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 17 Days Old
    • Year: 2003
    • Mileage: 68797 mi
    • Engine size: 3.6
    For sale
  • Peugeot 205

    £11,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A stonking Peugeot 205 1.6 GTI with just 46,820 miles and two owners. EQUIPMENT Remote control door mounted mirrors, red inserts in bumper and body side mouldings, rear spoiler, halogen headlamps, two halogen driving lamps, opening rear quarter windows, rev counter, water temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge, oil temperature gauge, leather trimmed sports steering wheel, interior courtesy lamp, map reading lamp, glovebox lamp, digital clock, split folding rear seats, three rear seatbelts. Factory fitted options; Sunroof. EXTERIOR Crowned ‘Car of the Decade’ in 1990, the Peugeot 205 has gained iconic status, with the legendary GTi models raising the standard significantly in the hot hatch wars of the 1980’s. This stunning 205 GTI 1.6 finished in vibrant Cherry Red, (Code P3KB), has a beautiful deep glossy shine and polished finish. The lightweight fragile panels are straight and free from the common dings and scuffs and miniscule stone chips to the bonnet edge are barely visible. Remarkably well preserved, this example will stand up to scrutiny, with the bumpers and protective body mouldings remaining in fantastic order, along with all factory fit bronze tinted glass. Constantly garaged from new this is an outstanding unmolested example. INTERIOR Interior revisions introduced for the ‘Phase 1.5’ cars aimed to match the exciting exterior looks, and the most notable changes were to the dashboard and trim design. The Quartet Rouge velour seat trim with black side squabs offers hip hugging support and remains in fabulous condition thanks to careful low mileage low owner use. All the clear sports dials show healthy readings and operate faultlessly, as do the push button switches. The bright red carpeting, anthracite headlining and fully trimmed door cards are in excellent condition. The factory Philips 569 radio cassette player with the standard four speaker system remains fitted and operational, although the letter ‘P’ is missing on the tiny Philips emblem. A glorious period ‘hot hatch’ interior. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The lively performance of the 1580cc XU5JA engine with correct Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection produces 115BHP at 6250 rpm and 98.4 lb.ft of torque. Performance credentials in a car weighing just 850kg are guaranteed to stir up excitement! The spotless engine bay displays factory plates and stickers, and the grey slam panel and paint code indicator remain factory correct. The transmission is the later special close ratio 5-speed BE-3 gearbox with a shorter 5th gear to fully exploit the engines power band. Low mileage and regular maintenance are attributed to the punchy performance and crisp gearbox action. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The instantly recognisable 12 hole 5.5J x 14 alloy wheels are unmarked and fitted with brand new correct Michelin Energy 185/60 HR14 tyres. Incredibly, the spare wheel remains shod in the factory Michelin MXV tyre complete with sticker, and was removed from the underside hanger when new and never seen the road! Dual circuit hydraulic vacuum servo assisted brakes incorporates compensator valves fitted between front and rear brake lines to reduce brake pressure to the rear wheels on heavy braking. Front vented discs with floating callipers and rear drums match the performance dynamics perfectly. HISTORY FILE Registered on the 18th August 1989 by Main Dealer Dickens Peugeot of Chester, this remarkable example has covered just 46,820 miles with two keepers from new, the previous owner, Mr Roger Smith, having purchased the car in May 1990 when the car was just nine months old. Strictly garage stored throughout his long term ownership, Mr Smith has cherished and maintained the vehicle to a high standard with the history file containing extensive invoices for work carried out, complimented with a large file of MOT certificates from the first to present. The black Peugeot A5 wallet containing owner guide, owner handbook, maintenance booklet, warranty/service record and dealer location guide remains with the car. A documented full service including cambelt and water pump undertaken in March 2017 ensures this GTi is ready for the next custodian to preserve and enjoy. This is a fantastic opportunity to experience 205 GTi ownership with an increasingly difficult to find unmolested example. MOT March 2018, HPI Clear To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/ifdvz_jnJ0k To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskQT8pFk 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 20 Days Old
    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 46820 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Morris Minor

    £10,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A Morris Minor 1000 De Luxe Charles Ware Convertible with just 3,473 miles EQUIPMENT Mono-construction body, full width one-piece bumpers front and rear, bumper over-riders Triplex safety glass all round, one piece curved windscreen, hinged ventilator panels in front doors, door locks with flush fitting pull-out type handles, fresh air intake heater, driver and passenger crushable sun visors, Leathercloth upholstery, pile carpets, front and rear ashtrays, safety driving mirror, glovebox, full width parcel tray, windscreen washers, speedometer, fuel gauge, oil pressure warning light, dirty oil filter warning light, Windtone horn. Dealer options; Petrol locking cap, wheel discs. Accessories; Boot luggage rack, front seat-belts. EXTERIOR This beautiful Morris Mini Minor is finished in traditional period Smoke Grey and boasts a wonderful deep shine to the quality finish. This example is structurally and cosmetically superb owing to the exceptionally low mileage of 3,473 miles and having been subject to a recent professional refurbishment at a Morris Minor specialist. The chromework to the original bumpers has become slightly thin and light pitting can be seen on the rear light shrouds. All remaining chrome pieces and trim are excellent including the original overriders, unique to the Deluxe model. The glass, rubbers and lenses are all intact and present very well, as do the correct Minor 1000 badges fitted to the boot lid and front wings. A brand new hood in cream with matching tonneau was fitted in 2013 and remains as new. A charming and exceptional example of this quintessentially English countryside tourer. INTERIOR The original Leathercloth upholstery trim in Blue Grey is a fantastic compliment to the exterior colour scheme and has a lovely sense of basic no frills motoring, long since forgotten in today’s modern equivalents! Incredibly, the factory coverings to the seats and matching door cards are commensurate with the mileage and have been preserved with only very minor age related creasing. A tiny inch long slit to the lower driver’s door card is just visible. The expensive and correct blue replacement carpeting is pristine. The 16½ inch Bakerlite steering wheel with Morris badge is completely intact and shows slight natural aging. The large instrument nacelle housing all the warning lights and gauges functions perfectly as do the pull switches exactly as Morris intended. An iconic motoring delight, perfect for whimsical open top drives. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The water cooled, overhead-valve four-cylinder engine has a cubic capacity of 1098cc and produces 48bhp at 5100rpm. The engine starts instantly at the flick of the key and is whisper quiet. The engine bay is a delight with original plates and badges remaining, and the green A-Series engine block is the correct British Standard (381c) 223 Middle Bronze Green. The 4-speed gearbox with synchromesh on 2nd, 3rd and 4th gears operates well. Thoroughly useable and ready for classic motoring enjoyment! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Disc-type steel wheels with optional chrome disc embellishers are beautifully painted in correct Old English White. Five radial Firestone F-560 tyres of 145 R14 size are fitted and the spare is housed in the lower boot floor alongside the original red jack and wheel brace. Braking to all four wheels is hydraulically operated by a pendant pedal with front 8in and rear 7in drums, basic but effective. HISTORY FILE This wonderful example was registered new on 25th July 1968 as a Morris Minor 1000 Saloon to first owner, Miss Eileen Haydon, who kept the car for a remarkable 44 years until 2012! After only minimal dry usage, the car was garage stored when Miss Haydon ceased driving due to advancing years despite having motability aids fitted whereby it remained for some years, and the read mileage of just 3,473 has been confirmed by the family to be correct. During this time, the garage roof partially collapsed resulting in cosmetic damage to the cars roof. In February 2012, neighbour Mr Al Rodens purchased the car and embarked upon a process on recommissioning the Morris and bringing it into working order. Later that year, the third and last registered owner, Mr Mick Apps, purchased the car and commissioned renowned and established specialists, Charles Ware’s Morris Minor Centre, to professionally convert the car to a convertible. This was undertaken in 2013 with invoices in the history file from them totalling thousands. Completing the superb history file is an original workshop manual, driver’s handbook and sales brochure. This beautiful car is the epitome of British summer classic motoring and will stand up to scrutiny and delight any traditional classic enthusiast. MOT March 2018, Tax Exempt, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/_-VwODkdK2U To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskVHkSjE 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 1968
    • Mileage: 3473 mi
    • Engine size: 1.1
    For sale
  • Porsche 944

    £36,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A multiple Porsche Club GB Concours winning 944 Turbo S with 47,189 miles. MODEL HISTORY Initially there were 1000 Porsche 944 Turbo S cars introduced in 1988 and all built in the Silberrosa or Silver Rose metallic paint of which just 77 cars were sold in the UK. Following the initial run of Silver Rose cars customers were offered the choice of interior and exterior colours for their Turbo S and a subsequent 635 cars were made. Improvements included the M44/52 engine (with a new turbocharger, modified turbine vanes, larger exhaust valves and enhanced DME mapping), a stronger clutch, transmission with an oil cooler and limited slip differential, plus larger 12" front disc brakes (similar to the 928 S4), adjustable Koni suspension (via the M030 option package) and special 'Club Sport' alloy wheels. At £41,249 when new is was more expensive than the 911 Club Sport. EQUIPMENT Zinc galvanised steel body, integral front air dam, rear spoiler, Rear under-lip spoiler, pop-up halogen headlamps, headlamp cleaning system, securiflex windscreen, 8-way electrically adjustable seats, electric hatch release, power windows, digital quartz clock, boost pressure gauge, air conditioning, Panasonic cassette player. EXTERIOR The muscular lines of this sought-after variant still look amazing today finished in Guards Red, (Code L3MA). The unique ‘Turbo’ decal on the offside front wing is ostentatious and acts as a reminder of the original homologation Porsche 924 Carrera GT Turbo and the exclusivity this car enjoys. Subject to a documented windows out repaint by the fastidious previous owner whose ambitions were to compete in Concours, the finish can be described as stunning, with noteworthy awards in this class acting as a testament to the appearance. All trim, rubbers, glass and lenses are perfect with a slight ding to the bonnet front centre. Truly outstanding. INTERIOR Finished in the optional Black Leatherette material, (Code LT), the orthopedically designed sports seats are pristine along with the rest of the gorgeous interior. The sense of occasion is maintained once settled in the commanding cockpit with a wealth of working crystal clear instrumentation such as boost pressure gauge. There are no cracks to the dash and the carpets are spotlessly clean having been protected by genuine Porsche carpet mats. The car comes complete with its original space saver wheel, full tool kit (unused), aluminium brace, jack and the often missing tyre compressor! The boot option sticker remains attached. The perfect blend of comfort and performance. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The 944 Turbo S four cylinder inline M44/52 engine produces 250bhp at 6000rpm to propel this car to 62mph in 5.7 seconds and a top speed of 162mph. This more powerful engine is developed from the specification used in the Porsche 944 Turbo Cup race series with factory enhancements such as a new turbocharger with modified turbine vanes, slightly larger exhaust valves and modified DME mapping. The engine area is detailed to virtual perfection and a free-flowing exhaust system is fitted. The modified transmission changes include hardening of 1st and 2nd gears and the transmission oil is externally cooled allowing precise and solid gear changes. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Special flat forged Club Sport alloy 16inch wheel design with an anodized surface and seven spokes are as new shod in correctly sized and premium Continental ContiSportContact tyres. One centre cap is slightly marked. Massive ventilated disc brakes from the 928 S4 as factory supplied combined with Bosch ABS system to provide quick, stable and fade free stops. There is a slight unobtrusive pulse on the brake pedal from high speeds. HISTORY FILE Supplied new on the 1st October 1988 by Glen Henderson official Porsche Centre and registered to them as the first owner. A further three former keepers have enjoyed this low mileage example with servicing records from 1988 with 733 miles travelled right up until March 2016. The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirms the chassis and engine numbers conform to the specific ranges for these limited-run cars. A box full of trophies with PCGB Concours judging sheets is also included in the thick history file. To complete the appearance of this show-standard Porsche is the number plate ‘A944 TBO’ A complete set of keys, and all Porsche handbooks including the 944 Turbo S Supplement is included in the burgundy wallet. A very rare limited edition model and much sought-after by Porsche enthusiasts. MOT March 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/5U2deLP0Ojc To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskQujbaE 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 20 Days Old
    • Year: 1988
    • Mileage: 47189 mi
    • Engine size: 2.5
    For sale
  • Rover Metro

    £4,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A cossetted and very rare Rover Metro GTi 16v with a huge history file. EQUIPMENT Laminated windscreen, green tint glass, tilting green glass sunroof, body colour front spoiler, body colour sill extensions, black rear spoiler with body colour lip, body colour door mirrors, styled halogen headlamps, headlamp road-levelling, rear wash/wipe, central door locking, digital clock, rubber fascia mat, soft feel sports steering wheel, 60/40 split folding rear seat, security coded Philips radio cassette (model R570), roof mounted aerial. Dealer accessories; Rover tailored floor mats. EXTERIOR This very rare sporting GTi 16v variant has been under the ownership of an exceptionally dedicated and near obsessive individual who has preserved the car since it was less than two years old! The striking factory original paintwork in Flame Red, (Code COF), displays a deep mirror shine throughout with an incredible uniform glossy finish. Two tiny dings, one on the scuttle panel and one on the offside rear panel are just visible but inoffensive. The underside and factory fitted panels are incredibly well preserved, and even the rear arches show visible original weld dots, almost unheard of for a Metro. The sporting trim sections are perfect and the dealer plates, tax disc holder and rear screen sticker remain fitted. Constantly garaged with soft sheets protecting it, this example is in almost unconceivably good condition. INTERIOR The interior of this outstanding unmolested example is in pristine original condition. The sports seats with Lightning Fabric facings, (Code LOY), are virtually wear free and spotlessly clean. Matching door cards are perfect and the colour scheme carpeting has been protected by genuine Rover over mats from new. The perfect fascia, dashboard and all switchgear is fully functional and the headlining is as new. The optional security coded radio cassette remains fitted and fully functional, and all glass is security etched with the registration number. The sporty feel is completed with bright red seat belts, a less than subtle hint towards the fun in store once you turn the key! ENGINE & TRANSMISSION This top of the range Metro GTi 16v has the four cylinder 16 valve twin cam engine developing a spritely 95bhp, huge fun in such a lightweight car. The engine note through the standard specification exhaust matches the cars sporty looks and the driving experience is guaranteed to raise a reluctant smile! A pristine engine bay displays all factory stickers, plates and panel stampings. The five speed close ratio manual gearbox offers light and precise changes throughout the range and lively city driving manner. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The original 13” alloy wheels are in amazing order having never been refurbished and are shod in brand new branded 185/55 R13 tyres. Incredibly, the factory fitted Dunlop SP D8 tyres have been retained for originality. The spare fifth alloy wheel is also fitted with the original Dunlop tyre, and both the wheel and tyre have never seen the road. To delight the collector even more, alongside the spare wheel is the toolkit, wheel brace and centre cap lever sat in the polystyrene holder, and the original jack is retained by the correct small white bungee strap. The dual circuit servo assisted brakes with front discs bring the car up to a steady, straight and assured halt. HISTORY FILE This astounding example was registered new on 1st June 1990 by Rover Main Dealer, Mann Egerton & Co of Bishop’s Stortford, and has covered a mere 63,591 miles with just two keepers from new. The previous keeper purchased the car from Rover Main Dealer, Warners of Windlesham, when the car was less than two years old and had covered just 8,823 miles. A used vehicle sales invoice in the history file confirms a purchase price of £7,360. The devotion by the second and long term owner is truly remarkable with the care and attention lavished upon her pride and joy second to none. She even had the foresight to periodically buy spare carpet mats, trim pieces and parts while they could still be found, just in case they were ever needed! The colossal history file is simply incredible with all handbooks, radio guides, service book other point of sale literature neatly kept inside the plastic A5 wallet. Furthermore, a huge folder of receipts and invoices span from new to present, and there are two documented cambelt changes with the most recent being done less than 4,000 miles ago. A detailed maintenance log, original Rover range sales brochure and two sets keys complete the history file. This Metro is an absolute credit to the former keeper and represents an unrepeatable opportunity to acquire arguably the best example of this very rare surviving model. MOT March 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/aGwuC6ntnBk To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskQxV4WD 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/#!/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Mileage: 63591 mi
    • Engine size: 1.4
    For sale
  • Volkswagen Campervan

    £22,695

    FOR SALE An award winning original VW T25 Devon Moonraker with just 20,139 miles. EQUIPMENT Safety cell cab construction, engine access hatch, cab heater, electric mains hook up, bottled gas supply, ZIG C.F.8 power supply and remote charging, sophisticated electrical control system, lighting, offside kitchen, heat-resistant melamine work tops, cutlery drawer, gas cooker with grill and heatshield, sink and drainer unit, large 34 litre wheeled water storage tank, grey water outlet, deep storage locker, wardrobe, vented gas bottle storage, double bed/rear bench assembly, rear facing seat, extension ‘buddy’ seat, under-seat storage, centre leg table, roof cabinet, continuous track curtains. Devon Double Top fibreglass roof, solid base roof mattresses, roof vent with fly screen. Factory options; Electrolux RM122 model 12volt/gas refrigerator, Espar B1l/D1L petroleum heater. EXTERIOR This exceptional example is a genuine Devon Moonraker conversion from new and has remained completely original. The two tone paintwork in Brilliant Orange and Ivory, (Code L20B/L567), boasts a vibrant shine and superb finish with only a few miniscule blemishes. Incredibly, original features such as the supply dealer number plates, tyre pressure stickers on each wheel arch and original Devon decals are intact and preserved. Structural integrity is assured due to Ziebart treatment from new, and multiple Ziebart plugs and evidence of factory wax can be seen. All original panels are pin straight with uniform shut lines and the trim sections are beautifully preserved. A truly amazing example presented in impeccable order. INTERIOR CAB AREA The spacious cabin consisting of Brushed Nylon front seats and heavy duty moulded rubber floor coverings remain factory perfect. The seat coverings are amazingly clean, reflective of the very low mileage covered, and the steering wheel still shows prominent factory veins. A light mark to the passenger seat can just be seen. Original features such as the fully operational Blaupunkt Toronto SQR32 stereo and all factory stickers remain. Furthermore, the factory identity plate and paint code sticker are underneath the passenger seat, alongside the separate leisure battery correctly installed in conjunction with the ZIG C.F.8 power supply and remote charging system. A period digital TIM Tach gauge has been professionally installed. INTERIOR LIVING AREA Exceptional design and build quality from the renowned experts, Devon Conversions Ltd, this pristine example has remained precisely as per the build specification. All soft furnishings consist of buttoned deep foam cushions trimmed in ‘soft as velvet’ pile patterned fabrics which remain in fantastic clean unworn condition. The Flotex floor covering to the living area is spotless having been protected from new with an overlay mat, and even the usually misplaced small wooden bung with matching Flotex top remains in situ where the removable table leg sits! The Coffee and Cream cabinets with melamine work surfaces, along with all clips and catches are pristine and fully intact to further emphasise the first class mentality to the Devon Conversions product. All spotless cooking, washing and heating facilities are intact and operational but have not been tested for performance or safety by KGF Classic Cars. Dealer supplied cookware and matching cutlery are delightfully period! The Devon Double Top fibreglass roof with bright and fully intact striped canvas raises effortlessly to facilitate spacious daytime full standing headroom and versatile adult double or twin child bed configuration. Rich carpet style trim to the interior panels, in Dark Brown below and Beige above the window line, is pristine with no signs of leakage. An outstanding example worthy of the label ‘time warp’. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The four cylinder air cooled 1970cc petrol engine with twin down draft carburettors develops 70bhp at 4200rpm and 137Nm of torque at 3000rpm. The engine hatch remains the correct factory grey and lifts to reveal a wonderfully clean and unmolested engine bay with factory stickers and markings still intact. Even the often perished rubber concertina engine seal, essential to prevent hot gasses rising from the exhaust, is fully intact. The baulk synchronised 4 speed manual gearbox offers sturdy yet effortless changes. Simple mechanics and a huge parts supply network make this a very capable useable classic. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Standard 5½ J X 14 steel rims are dressed with pristine VW hubcaps all round and incredibly still wear the factory Michelin XZX tyres! Although hugely desirable to a collector and important to retain, tyre renewal prior to regular use would be a prudent safety precaution. The original unused spare wheel is stored in the underside hanger and the original VW toolkit and jack are present, including the very rare wheel hub pick! Servo assisted brakes with front discs stop the vehicle in a steady and straight line. HISTORY FILE This factory built T25 Devon Moonraker was supplied new on 14th March 1980 by Main Agent, William Arnold Caravans of Manchester. The first owner was a Mr William Smart who initially registered the vehicle in his company name, Eurobake Ltd, before transferring ownership to himself. Mr Smart kept the vehicle inside his warm bakery throughout his 21 year ownership, after which it was purchased by Mr Adrian Royles. Five years on, the previous owner, Mr Craig Wall, discovered the vehicle after a long and exhausting search for the best T25, and it was just four miles away in a dry garage he walked past every day! The history file consists of all Volkswagen handbooks, guides and leaflets in the William Arnold plastic wallet, along with the instruction manuals for the camping facilities. Even the Salesman’s business card, with his photo, has been kept! A large collection of MOT certificates and invoices verify the incredible low mileage of 20,139. Two sets of keys and a laminated period sales brochure complete the history file, along with trophies awarded at various Volkswagen shows, including the prominent Tatton Park 2013. This example is guaranteed to attract appreciation from enthusiasts and collectors wanting simply the best on offer. MOT March 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/DlEWp3732FA To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskVi3pCF 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccar https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 18 Days Old
    • Year: 1980
    • Mileage: 20139 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Alpina B2.8

    £37,495

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. An elite and very rare E28 BMW Alpina B2.8 with only 29,643 miles. EQUIPMENT All-steel monocoque body, torsionally rigid safety cell, front and rear crumple zones, integrated roof cross bar, all-round body reinforcement, green tinted glass, chrome bumpers with rubber insert, chrome window trim, bodyside mouldings, dual halogen headlamps, service interval indicator, check control panel, central locking. Alpina Specification; Alpina B9 Type exhaust system, Getrag 260 Overdrive gearbox, 3.45 ratio limited slip differential, Alpina springs with Bilstein gas dampers, Alpina 16in wheel rims, dealer stripe kit, Alpina front spoiler, rear spoiler, Alpina badges, Alpina logo instruments, steering wheel and gear knob. Factory Options; electrically sliding sunroof, rear electric windows, sports seats, heated mirrors. Dealer Options; Tailored BMW carpet mats, tailored BMW rubber mats, Ziebart rust protection, Sansui Acoustic Research Stereo and graphic equaliser, mudflaps, BMW boot tidy. EXTERIOR Finished in beautiful and striking Henna Red, (Hennarot, Code 052), the glorious paintwork boasts a deep vibrant shine and uniform finish. All panels are beautifully preserved, as is the underside having benefitted from Ziebart treatment when new. A tiny ding to the boot lid is visible upon close scrutiny. The distinguished and unique Alpina body accessories, badges and stickers are fully intact and exactly as intended. Discreet in comparison to the more common bold Alpina decals, this example features a broad gold side stripe and matching pin stripe in excellent order. Supplying BMW dealer branded plates remain fitted. This very rare car is certain to delight the BMW Connoisseur. INTERIOR The driver-orientated ergonomically designed interior showcases exemplary craftsmanship. The cloth upholstery optional sports seats trimmed in Pearl Beige cloth, (Code 0158), are in superb order and are a testament to the fastidious ownership and very low mileage this example has enjoyed. A minuscule and very faint mark to the driver’s seat base is visible. The immaculate driver inclined dashboard proudly displays the Alpina Dash Board Plaque reminding the driver of engineering excellence. Additional Alpina features include the badged leather steering wheel and gearknob as well as the logo instruments. A complete toolkit with fuses and bulbs still in the foam holder is housed inside the boot lid, and the original jack, wheel brace and full first aid kit remain in the boot area. Even the genuine optional BMW boot tidy tray has been retained! The dealer fitted Sansui Acoustic Research Stereo and graphic equaliser are a delight to see! Two sets of tailored BMW carpet and rubber floor mats have preserved the original carpet beautifully. An exceptional classic BMW interior. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The standard M30 528i straight six cylinder engine was upgraded as part of the conversion with the Alpina B9 type exhaust system, and the power output measured an impressive 192bhp at 5800rpm. Alpina springs and Bilstein gas dampers were further advancements from the standard 528i specification. The engine bay is spotless and displays all factory stickers, plates and stampings, as well as identification plates for easy inspection. The standard five speed Getrag 260 overdrive gearbox is a joy to operate and the factory optional limited slip differential has regular documented oil changes in the history file to ensure optimum operation. The ultimate driving machine. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Specially developed light weight Alpina 16in rims are shod in matching and correct Goodyear Eagle F1 205/55 ZR16 tyres up front and 225/50 R16 tyres at the rear with masses of tread remaining. Only faints markings are visible and the black centre infills are as intended. The brakes incorporate 285mm discs all round, ventilated to front, to enable straight and steady stopping power. HISTORY FILE This exceptional example, one of only four of the remaining cars known to theALPINAregister.com, has covered just 29,643 miles from new under dedicated enthusiast ownership. Built in September 1984, this example is one of the last Henna Red E28 cars to be produced prior to the introduction of Zinnober Red. First registered on 16th October 1984 by BMW Main Dealers, Almondbury Garage Ltd of Huddersfield, the Alpina B2.8 conversion carried out when new was done to correct Buchloe specification, Buchloe being the town and headquarters of Alpina in Bavaria. The genuine and exceptionally low mileage of 29,643 miles is verified in the comprehensive history file. The original BMW service record displays 15 stamps, the first six being the supplying dealer and specialists thereon, and the most recent entry being Main Dealer Sycamore BMW of Peterborough in February 2017. Even the Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI) sheet has been retained! The dealer supplied plastic clip wallet contains all handbooks, guides, stereo instructions and dealer staff business cards. The history file further consists of a larger folder containing many specialist invoices, receipts and MOT certificates to absolutely verify the low mileage covered. Two remote keys and a third spare are in addition to the original leather BMW key pouch holding the master and key code tag. This example is certain to delight the classic BMW aficionado appreciative of the Alpina marque, seeking an unmolested and very rare showpiece. MOT February 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/2tLSltGG-Gc To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskRLcwAC 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Mileage: 29643 mi
    • Engine size: 2.8
    For sale
  • Ford Cortina

    £14,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A very rare and genuine Mk1 Ford Cortina GT in fabulous condition. EQUIPMENT All steel integral construction, safety glass all round, zero torque locks, air extraction vents, childproof locks on rear doors, wing mounted chrome mirrors, bright metal exterior ornamentation, halogen headlamps, single tone horn, painted fascia and upper door capping’s, padded dashtop, aluminium scuff plates, aeroflow heating and ventilation system, twin sunvisors, cigar lighter, oil pressure, water temperature, amp, fuel gauges, tachometer, Speedwell 3-spoke wooden steering wheel. EXTERIOR This high-performance Ford Cortina GT is finished in fantastic Alpine Green with the Ermine white flash (Code CM .A). The paintwork boasts a uniform shine with only minor marks and some micro blisters to the bottom of the front doors and rear valance. Structurally excellent this example has been beautifully preserved with remedial cosmetic refurbishment and being the later GT model it has the twin combined flasher and sidelamps, full width chrome front grill and the air extraction vents in the rear quarter pillars. The chrome brightwork is in excellent order with original front grill, bonnet and rear badges displaying the faintest of aging. A wonderful example guaranteed to draw much admiration. INTERIOR The spacious interior of this classic Cortina is remarkable, the foam padded front bucket seats, rear bench seat and matching door cards are finished in a luxurious cream leather and remain in a near perfect condition. The original washable headlining and matching twin sunvisors are in great condition just showing very slight discolouration, with the original Fir Green carpet finishing off this delightful interior. All gauges and controls housed in a safety padded instrument panel are clear and fully operational and a period Motorola radio remains in situ. The Cortina aeroflow heating and ventilation system capable of changing the air in the car every 40 seconds, even with the windows closed, is working perfectly and reminds the driver how special this car is. The stylish Speedwell three spoke sports steering wheel is in fine order and adds to a fantastic Cortina interior, simply brilliant. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The pre-crossflow 1500 cc engine with the GT upgrades of a heated intake manifold, high performance camshaft and dual chamber weber carburettor produces 83.5 bhp and sprints from 0 to 60 mph in 12.1 seconds. Adding to the performance package is an electronic ignition distributor, hand-made full stainless exhaust system and K&N air filter giving this a roughty exhaust note and real sporty feel. A four speed 2000E Bullet gearbox completes the package and is light and precise. Fast, fun and fantastic in every respect. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Pressed steel wheels with wide base rims are fitted with immaculate and bright chrome hubcaps surrounded with 175/70 R13 tyres showing ample tread. The single line braking system including front discs with P16 cailpers and 9 inch rear drums insures safe and efficient stopping power. HISTORY FILE Built at Fords Dagenham factory in March 1966 and registered on the 3rd May in the same year, this wonderful Cortina GT has only had 5 previous owners. A model often replicated this genuine GT was used on the show circuit before being exported to Ireland in 1998 to join a Ford collection. It has now arrived back in the UK and awaits a lucky new custodian and Ford enthusiast. MOT February 2018, HPI Clear To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/nUFoqlEnOUE To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskPkMYua 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 5 Days Old
    • Year: 1966
    • Mileage: 82318 mi
    • Engine size: 1.5
    For sale
  • Porsche 924

    £14,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. An incredible Porsche 924 Lux Coupe with one owner and just 16,985 miles. EQUIPMENT Front deformation zones, polyurethane rear spoiler, laminated safety glass, lockable fuel filler cap, electrically lifted halogen lamps, driving lamps mounted in front bumper, high intensity rear fog lamps, heated rear window, two speed including intermittent wipers, leather covered sport steering wheel, door pockets, locking glove compartment, automatic electric aerial with 4 speakers, folding rear seats, rear compartment luggage cover, oil pressure, battery voltage, water temperature gauges. Lux specification; Electrically operated door windows, tinted, heat insulating glass, rear window wiper, headlamp washers and electrically heated and adjustable driver’s door mirror. Factory fitted options; Heated/adjustable passenger door mirror. EXTERIOR This 924 Coupe with its wind tunnel researched design is finished in gleaming Guards Red, (Code LM3A). The paintwork has an exceptional deep rich shine which still looks incredible today. With only a few very minor stone chips and a slight lift of the rear polyurethane spoiler to the corner this is a truly fantastic original example. All exterior trim is in excellent order including the lights, badges and rubbers. The vehicle still retains the supplying dealer, JCT 600 Ltd, Porsche number plates and sill step protectors when sold by them in 1984. Extraordinary in every respect and a true survivor. INTERIOR Based on ongoing ergonomic research and racing experience this exceptional cockpit supports the driver’s individual requirements and measurements with its utterly gorgeous optional leatherette sports seats with “Porsche” cloth seat inlays, (Code EB). Comprehensive equipment levels offer fantastic at a glance information from a wealth of working and crystal clear instrumentation such as an oil-pressure gauge, ammeter and clock. The dash top has some cracks at the ventilation holes. With an unused full size spare wheel and a full tool kit including a jack, all presented in pristine order, this is as close to a new car showroom experience as is feasibly possible today! ENGINE & TRANSMISSION An in-line four cylinder front mounted 1,984cc high compression engine with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection develops 125bhp with smoothness and flexibility allowing a sprint to 60mph in 10.8 seconds. With professional maintenance, all documented, reliability and enjoyment can be expected. The engine bay will delight exhibitors being immaculately presented with all manufacturer markings, stickers, labels and tags visible. The 3-speed automatic gearbox shifts seamlessly through the gears providing a relaxing enjoyable ride. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The original light alloy 6j x 14 wheels are in astonishing condition fitted with nearly new Pirelli P6000 185/70 r14 tyres all-round. An unused spare factory Pirelli tyre still with yellow chalk markings is retained. Fitted with a 9-inch servo coupled to a diagonal dual circuit braking system, front floating caliper disc brakes and well proven drum brakes at the rear all help to inspire effortless repeated braking confidence. HISTORY FILE Supplied new on the 13th January 1984 by JCT 600 Ltd, Leeds, to a Mrs Jean Charnock this one owner fabulous example has only covered 16,985 miles. The history file contains an array of documentation showing the incredible extent to which this car has been cared for and maintained with the last 14 years by an independent German car specialist which includes a cambelt change. Also in the file is an abundance of old MOT certificates to warrant the incredible low and sort after mileage. All original manuals housed in the rare Porsche red wallet including the 924 Drivers Manual, Porsche maps and other associated dealer manuals remain. This is a truly unique opportunity to own such a remarkable original Porsche and firmly in the top collector category. MOT February 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/CRlpn0lhRxM To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskRgxsHG 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 5 Days Old
    • Year: 1984
    • Mileage: 16985 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Volkswagen Beetle

    £6,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A charming UK VW Beetle 1200 with a huge history file and 61,328 miles. EQUIPMENT Chrome window trim, chrome bumpers, quarter lights, VW bonnet emblem, chrome headlamp rings, bright belt line, ashtray with gear pattern diagram, internal bonnet and fuel filler release, chrome door handles, running boards, hazard lights, interior light, headlight flasher, fresh air vents, sill vents, glove box, twin sunvisors. Dealer options; Seatbelts. EXTERIOR The unmodified and original nature of this delightful UK RHD Beetle 1200 remains a huge testament to the cherished ownership this example has enjoyed. Finished in Volkswagen Marina Blue, (Marinablau - code L54D), the gleaming paintwork boasts a bright pure shine and is guaranteed to please onlookers. Faint blemishes are detectable upon scrutiny and minor remedial cosmetic work has been carried out to uphold the very pretty finish. The vehicle is structurally excellent and the panels are straight and free from corrosion or damage. All chrome bumpers and trim pieces are beautifully bright with the exception of light pitting to the quarter light surrounds. Having avoided the common modification trend, this wonderful matching numbers example remains exactly how Volkswagen intended and represents all that is special about this true motoring icon. INTERIOR The original and unrestored Alabaster Leatherette upholstery and matching door cards remain in excellent order with only a light marking visible on the rear bench. The factory fitted thin two spoke steering wheel along with all switchgear and controls are in superb order and all functions operate perfectly. The headlining is fully intact, tight and free from the common discolouration. Original features such as the dashboard ashtray with gear shift diagram and tyre pressure chart on the glovebox lid are a delight to see. The tidy front luggage area houses the spare wheel sited in a solid and clean front compartment with factory chassis plate still in place. The chassis stamp is also clearly visible underneath the rear bench seat and denotes a build date of August 1970. The correct washer bottle fed off the spare tyre pressure remains fitted and complete but an electric washer upgrade has been carried out. A humble yet functional classic interior, hugely reminiscent of a more modest motoring era. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The original air-cooled rear mounted engine affirms the cars matching number credentials with the engine number prefix ‘D0’ correct for the year and model and matching the V5 document. The spotlessly clean engine bay with an emphasis on originality and meticulous maintenance is clearly evident. A power output of 34bhp and 65ib.ft of torque from its 1192cc displacement delivers performance at a relaxed pace, whilst the unmistakable VW Beetle engine note is delightfully pronounced. The fully synchronized 4-speed gearbox is positive, light and smooth. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The original pressed steel wheels with as new stainless steel hubcaps are pristine and are shod in matching Toyo 155 R15 tyres, new in 2014, with excellent tread remaining. Dual circuit drum brakes front and rear operate freely, offering modest stopping power when compared to modern vehicles, exactly as they were made! HISTORY FILE This German built 1971 model year example was manufactured in August 1970 and registered new on 5th November 1970. The supplying Volkswagen Main Dealer, Weir Lodge Garage of Surrey, along with other main dealers serviced the car extensively in the early years with 12 VW stamped entries in the original VW Service Record. An order form from VW Dealers Colborne Garages Ltd dated February 1973 and made out to second owner Mr Geoffrey Clark outlines a purchase price of £720, less £150 for his Morris 1100 Traveller taken in part exchange! Furthermore, a colossal history folder contains a huge collection of receipts and invoices for service and maintenance throughout the vehicles entire lifetime. The dealer supplied instruction manual and operating handbooks have been kept along with the original VW Diagnosis Punch Card Booklet. Evidence of enthusiast ownership extends even to the factory paint code sticker removed and preserved inside the Service Record cover! A delightfully genuine example, one which offers a real testament to the devoted ownership and careful upkeep bestowed upon the car. MOT July 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/177AnT6XmT4 To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/25Z4t5 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 5 Days Old
    • Mileage: 61328 mi
    • Engine size: 1.2
    For sale
  • Ford Escort RS Cosworth Luxury

    £49,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. An exceptional and standard Ford Escort RS Cosworth with just 15,381 miles. MODEL HISTORY The Ford Escort RS Cosworth was a sports derivative and rally homologation special of the fifth generation Ford Escort. It was designed to qualify as a Group A car for the World Rally Championship. It was available as a road car from 1992-96 in limited numbers from Ford’s Specialist Vehicle Engineering, (SVE), team. It combines the hand-assembled engine expertise of Cosworth and the coach-building crafts of Karmann. In order to accommodate the larger Cosworth engine and transmission Ford developed the car around the chassis and mechanicals of its predecessor, the Sierra Cosworth. A very rare car with only 7,145 examples being produced. (Source Wikipedia, 1995 Edition One RS Brochure and the RS Owners Club). EQUIPMENT Body colour front bumper with black lower extension, front airdam, louvred bonnet air intakes, wing air extraction grilles, integral driving lights and fog lights, driver airbag, central double locking, padded armrest with cassette storage, oil pressure gauge, turbo gauge, voltmeter, quartz digital clock with ambient temperature, white sports dials, Ford 2007 RDS radio/cassette. Luxury Model comprising of; electrically operated and heated door mirrors, ‘Quickclear’ heated windscreen, heated washer jets, three-spoke leather covered steering wheel, rear centre armrest, rear head restraints, electric sunroof, electric windows, carpeted door bins. Factory Options; Passenger airbag, CFC free air conditioning, CD player model 2040. Dealer accessories; Ford tailored carpet mats. EXTERIOR The breath-taking exterior of this Escort RS Cosworth is nothing short of magnificent. Finished in solid Diamond White, (Code B2), the paintwork boasts an impeccable shine from the flawless factory finish. All exterior trim, lights, badges and rubbers are perfect. All correct Ford window stickers remain intact including the Ford Security System and Dealer supplier rear window sticker. A private number plate included with ‘FMC’ suffix pays homage to the press cars used by the Ford Motor Company when new. A beautifully detailed underside featuring a standard exhaust is worthy of the demanding show scene. Incredibly original and unmolested and cossetted underneath an expensive soft fibre car cover included in the sale, this is a true champion collectors car. INTERIOR The interior of this Escort Cosworth is wonderfully original and showroom fresh. The Recaro seats are finished in the Polaris Grey Hex cloth, (Code LW), and are immaculately clean and free from wear. The seat bases and bolsters remain tight and have retained all shape, and even the delicate piping to the seats have avoided the wear commonly suffered in other examples. The cut-pile carpets are perfect and untouched thanks to genuine Ford carpet mats. The standard Ford radio/cassette, Model 2006 RDS sound system remains as Ford intended and the optional CD player model 2040 remains fitted. The boot area is pristine and houses the factory fitted space-saver spare wheel and correct jack. An impeccable RS interior representative of a new vehicle handover in March 1996. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The original RS Cosworth powerplant warrants little introduction. Fitted with the factory standard Generation Two Ford EEC IV electronic engine management system and Garrett AiResearch T25 turbocharger and intercooler, the motorsport pedigree of this car is obvious. With an impressive output of 217HP, the car accelerates rapidly through 0-60 in 5.7 seconds and reaches a top speed of 144mph. The pristine engine bay is exactly as Ford intended and displays factory seam welds and weld dots to the wings along with original plates, stickers and stampings. An ultra-rare and sought after white Motorcraft battery and Motorcraft hoses, ancillaries and filters will pass strict Ford aficionado scrutiny. The permanent Ferguson four wheel drive system with 34/66% front/rear power split mated to a MT 75 5-speed gearbox is a delight. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Genuine and immaculate Ford RS 8 X 16” five-spoke alloy wheels are shod in correct and specially formulated 225/45 ZR16 Continental Sport Contact tyres with masses of tread remaining. Electrically-controlled ABS anti-lock system with two microprocessors and ventilated front and rear discs offer immense stopping power. HISTORY FILE Built in November 1995 at the Rheine Assembly Plant in Germany, this factory specified Luxury model was registered new to its first owner on the 14th March 1996 by Ford RS Agent Whites of Taunton. The incredible low mileage of 15,381 miles is verified in the comprehensive and beautifully presented history file. The original Ford service booklet contains stamped entries from Ford Main Dealers and marque specialists, including renowned and respected Graham Goode Motors Ltd of Leicester. Furthermore, two huge and impeccably ordered history folders track the vehicle maintenance from new and documents no less than four cambelt changes, the most recent being January 2017 along with an engine service using genuine Ford components. Every MOT certificate acquired throughout the cars lifetime is present to absolutely verify the mileage. Completing the superb history is the original Ford wallet containing all handbooks and guides, spare keys including red master key and even an irreplaceable RS rear view mirror hung specification placard. An extraordinary example and worthy of the best Ford collections. MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/yBCya2u1mMQ To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskRFVxSj 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 5 Days Old
    • Year: 1996
    • Mileage: 15381 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale