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  • Talbot Samba

    £2,995

    FOR SALE A characterful Talbot Samba LS with just 37,278 miles from new. EQUIPMENT Twin bodyside tapes, driver’s remote static door mirror, load adjustable halogen headlamps, electric screen wash, tailgate wash/wipe, heated rear window, side window demisters, cigar lighter, quartz clock, centre console, trip recorder, felt load space covering, 2-speed heater/blower, front seat head restraints, removable fold down rear seat, driver and passenger fascia parcel shelf, rear parcel shelf, courtesy light. Dealer options; S spec alloy wheels, mud flaps, driving lamps. EXTERIOR This very rare Talbot Samba LS based on the Peugeot 104 and Citroen LNA was manufactured by the PSA Group at the former Simca factory in Poissy, France. Finished in Jonquil (Jaune Camargue – code CJ), the paintwork presents well with only minor imperfections and evidence of remedial cosmetic work undertaken. All trim sections, decals and badges are in excellent order and the supplying dealer number plates and rear screen sticker remain with the car. A sporting rally style is achieved with the addition of spot lamps and Samba S alloy wheels, a revision easily reversed should personal taste dictate! Structurally excellent, this quirky dare to be different is your perfect entry level useable classic. INTERIOR The interior of this low mileage example is spotlessly clean and surprisingly very comfortable. The original Havana Chequers seat trim is remarkably wear free with no discolouration or fading and just one miniscule nick to the passenger base. The simplistic dashboard is virtually perfect and houses sparse but fully functional controls, gauges and switchgear, all with the typical 1980’s French plastic feel! A straight and uncut rear parcel shelf is present and rises with the hatch as intended. A Mountney sports steering wheel has been fitted but the original item is retained with the car. The boot area is clean and houses the original wheel brace and jack. A capable modern classic interior with an abundance of character! ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Fitted with the time proven 954cc four cylinder PSA XV engine with a power output of 44bhp, this economical supermini benefits from shared mechanicals with its Peugeot and Citroen siblings to ensure ease of upkeep. A very clean engine bay neatly houses the spare wheel and features factory stickers and plates clear to see. The four speed all synchromesh gearbox is light and slightly vague, exactly as Talbot made them! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Five upgrade Samba S alloys wheels are shod in matching branded 155/70 R13 tyres with excellent tread. The bright white wheels are complimented by Talbot embossed mud flaps to complete the rally theme. Dual circuit brakes with 240mm front discs and 180mm rear drums offer ample stopping power. HISTORY FILE Supplied new by Peugeot Talbot Main Dealer Triangle of Hull , this example was registered new on 25th May 1983 and has covered a mere 37,278 miles from new. A new vehicle sales invoice made out to first owner Mr C E Shirbon Esq illustrates a purchase price of £3,695 less a part exchange allowance of £350 for a Simca GLS saloon! The fantastic history file features the original factory build cards and Carte Identification along with the Talbot CertiCarte card. The vehicle book packs and guides are all present along with the service record containing a number of supplying dealer stamps and another recent entry dated June 2015 with only 30 miles covered since. A collection of MOT certificates and an original spare set of keys complete the history file. Fun, frugal and exuding personality, dare to be different with this cheeky little Samba! MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/SZ4O6F7bb3o To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/MT4652 '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: 8 Days Old
    • Mileage: 37278 mi
    • Engine size: 1
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  • Ford Fiesta

    £16,695

    FOR SALE An iconic Ford Fiesta Mk1 XR2 with just 70,679 miles. EQUIPMENT Louvred design radiator grille with aerofoil section, aerodynamic front and rear black spoilers, black wheelarch extensions, twin body coloured doors mirrors, special XR2 bodyside decal treatments, extended black window surround paint, storage compartment under rear-floor, laminated windscreen, two speed plus intermittent wipe, tailgate wash/wipe, heated rear window, tachometer, trip recorder, driving lamps, soft feel special steering wheel, perforated ‘Cool Black’ headlining, digital header mounted clock, loadspace carpet, cigar lighter, illuminated interior controls. Dealer fitted: Audioline cassette player, immobiliser. EXTERIOR This sporting Fiesta is finished in striking Strato Silver, (Code V6) and boasts a uniform, polished shine throughout. All panels are straight with linear gaps and only tiny touched in chips to the bonnet, a small blemish to the tailgate and marks to the tape stripe are worthy of mention. This car has been a successful entrant in the XR Owners Club Concours D’Elegance with judging forms proving the high scores and top rankings. The factory standard trim sections and bumpers are free from markings and all rubbers are soft and black. All glass is number plate etched and the correct Ford Hella rear lamps and Lucus H4 headlamps are fitted. A rare vehicle itself, and rarely surpassed in this condition. INTERIOR The interior in this remarkable example remains in beautiful condition and largely as Ford intended other than a period Audioline cassette player and period alarm. The ‘Storm’ and Crushed Velour interior in Shark Grey (Code KW) is immaculate and free from tears, rips or discolouration. The red laser line around the console is bright and unbroken and the soft finish dashboard is perfect. The Shark Grey loop pile carpet is spotless having been protected by carpet mats and the Grey Mylar sidewall and rear quarter finishers are pristine. All switchgear is functional and the original trimmed parcel shelf is intact, straight and complete with the correct rubber hangers. A delightfully period unspoilt interior, reminiscent of the 1980’s hot hatch phenomenon. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The time proven transverse mounted 1600 OHV engine with Weber twin-venturi carburettor develops an ample 84BHP in such a lightweight and nimble car, achieving a top speed of 105mph and 0-60 in just 9.3 seconds. The standard specification automatic choke and electronic ignition are both present and the noise from the standard rear Ford exhaust is unmissable. All factory stickers and identification plates are visible within a very clean engine bay. The four speed synchromesh gearbox with remote shift is light and exact, a joy to use. A real ‘smile on your face’ experience. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Special ‘pepperpot’ 13” X 6” alloys wheel with ultra low profile branded 185/60HR13 tyres adorn the car and amazingly have never been refurbished. A few markings are visible. The spare alloy wheel sits in the boot wheel housing which incorporates the correct ‘bulged’ rear lower valance designed to accommodate the enlarged alloy wheel compared with lower Fiesta models. The dual line servo assisted brakes with ventilated 9.4” front discs and 7.0” rear drums bring the car up to a steady, straight and assured halt. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 11th August 1982 by Ford Main Dealers Central Garage Hucknall Ltd, this enthusiast owned example has only ever had four former keepers. All the handbooks, instruction guides are neatly contained within two A4 folders brimmed with history. This comprises of old MOT certificates, tax discs, invoices, XR Owners Club material and entrance cards to various shows where the car was a main exhibit. As a memento of its previous success on the show circuit a number of scored judging forms are included. Representing a fantastic element of Ford’s historic sporting pedigree, this hugely collectable model has become increasingly rare in recent years and desirability is rightly high. MOT June 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/3u2PCwOVf6o To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskM1KvX4 '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
    • Mileage: 70679 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Volkswagen 1500/1600

    £24,895

    FOR SALE The best Volkswagen Beetle available? La Grande Bug with 242 miles from new. EQUIPMENT Rubber strips on bumpers, chrome door mirror, handles and waist line, ‘La Grande Bug’ rear badge, sunroof, running boards, silver lined horn pad with Wolfsburg crest, leather gear knob with Wolfsburg crest, heated rear window, hazard lights, dash illumination adjustment, interior light, padded dash, padded sun visors with passenger mirror, four seatbelts, rear ashtray, interior light, door open buzzer, twin door pockets computer analysis plug. EXTERIOR Simply magnificent this prized and collectable La Grande Bug is striking finished in one of only three limited edition colours available, Ancona Blue, (Code L97B). A rich, sparkling factory perfect metallic coat will astonish onlookers who will marvel at the impeccable condition and only in the professional concours arena will the tiniest of marks be noted. Such is the perfect originality of this vehicle that it was invited to stand amongst the Meguiars winners at the 2011 NEC Classic Motor Show, a true testament to the excellent condition this car is in. Perfectionists and VW purists will enjoy pointing out all the factory stickers, tags and labels often lost within the cars first few weeks of usage. Engine detail is factory fresh. A bold statement, but possibly the best Volkswagen Beetle available. INTERIOR The rich interior of this very rare Beetle offers unique blue special leather grained seating with plush corduroy insets. Matching thick, colour-coordinated carpeting and a rosewood dash are further luxury distinguishing features along with a leather grained steering wheel. The nostalgic VW smell is still detectable! Opening the lockable glove box even reveals the VW pack of fuses as supplied when new and no radio has been fitted so the blanking plate is still in situ. The instruction sticker on the steering wheel is still intact. The driver’s seat base has a repair during its time in a Volkswagen Main Dealer. The under bonnet cardboard liner is simply remarkable. Time warp is a term used freely, but completely justified with this collectable and unique vehicle ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The air-cooled rear mounted horizontally opposed engine produces 48bhp from its 1584cc displacement enabling a top speed of 84mph. La Grande Bug was one of the first Super Beetles to have electronic fuel injection fitted as standard enabling wonderfully smooth performance and 33mpg. The fully synchronized 4-speed gearbox works perfectly. Due to the low miles covered it would be advisable to re-commission the vehicle despite the mechanical wellbeing if the new owner plans to put the car into regular use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES 4.5J Lemmertz sport GT wheels are as new and show all the VW stampings which are crystal clear along with factory fitted wheel weights. All tyres are incredibly still the first Goodyear tubeless bias ply type in perfect order. Dual circuit drums front and rear will require an overhaul if regular use is intended. HISTORY FILE The story of this example begins in the Williams VW Dealership, Lancing, Michigan in the USA when proprietor, Mr Williams, took delivery of this limited edition La Grande Bug. Realising that this was something very special with amenities not customarily found in a Bug it was held back from sale to keep for his children to use when they went off to college. However, VW introduced newer models with better safety features so a Golf was the chosen mode of transport. Mr Williams kept the vehicle in one of his VW Showrooms all the way up until retirement in 2010 when a renowned UK VW collector, Mr Willcock, found out about it. Knowing that a 242-mile 1970’s VW Beetle is not something that comes up for sale too often, especially not one that is a limited edition like this, he jumped on it! Last sold by KGF Classic Cars in July 2014 we are delighted to offer this vehicle to market again. A collection of magazine features, coveted Meguiars trophy from the Classic Motor Show appearance, and all importation/duty paid paperwork are included. The vehicle has never been registered. Original literature including handbooks and sales brochures are included. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: http://youtu.be/CcViuQCSV2o To see an original VW advert for the La Grande featuring Zsa Zsa Gabor click below: http://youtu.be/WdJ9m2RotJQ To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kgfclassiccars/sets/72157645764723383 '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: 15 Days Old
    • Year: 1975
    • Mileage: 242 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Mini Thirty

    £10,995

    FOR SALE An astounding collectors Mini Thirty with an amazing 2,304 miles from new. EQUIPMENT Body coloured door mirrors, Mini crest bonnet badge, side coachline, body coloured wheel arch spats, chrome bumpers, door handles and grille, locking fuel filler cap, leather seat facing with sewn in badge, leather head restraints, leather bound steering wheel with unique centre badge, laminated windscreen, twin sun visors with vanity mirrors, rear seat belts, triple pack binnacle, rev counter, water temperature gauge, electronic 3 band stereo radio cassette with two speakers, heated rear window, rear fog lamp, Mini Thirty presentation pack. Dealer options; Waxoyl treatment, centre console, additional speaker, cigar lighter, Quartz clock, Sparkrite remote alarm. EXTERIOR This pristine Mini Thirty, number 1268 of 2500 produced, is finished in lustrous Pearlescent Cherry Red (code COG), one of only two colours available for this model. The factory original paintwork boasts a beautiful deep shine created due to the extra coat of clear lacquer applied when new, and preserved impeccably thanks to the remarkable low mileage and careful storage. Even upon very close inspection the paintwork upholds its incredible finish and will satisfy the most discerning scrutiniser. All the chrome is perfect, including the eleven slat grille and front and rear bumpers, as are the colour coded wheel arch spats. All distinguishing decals exclusive to the Mini Thirty remain intact and damage free and the Mini Thirty Crest bonnet badge is flawless. A truly extraordinary example of this iconic classic special edition Mini, every inch a showroom display piece and surely the jewel in any collection. Stunning. INTERIOR The interior of this outstanding Mini Thirty is in fabulous original condition finished in the elegant blend of black leather and ‘Lighting’ cloth with the important ‘1959 to 1989’ tag neatly sewn into the seat. The unique Claret deep cut pile carpets are wear free and the two front seats are preserved with the driver’s seat having been covered by the enthusiast owner. The red leather sports steering wheel with ‘Thirty’ crest is completely free from wear, commensurate with the cars minimal usage. The factory Phillips R570 stereo is housed in the dealer option centre console along with an additional speaker, cigar lighter and Quartz clock. All instruments, switches gauges operate correctly and the interior plastic trim, door cards and headlining are perfect. A miniature replica model is attached to the dash top. It is difficult to see how much closer you could get to a ‘new’ classic Mini interior, complete with the new car smell! Very special and not to been missed. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION This car is in prime mechanical order having covered such few miles. Needing little introduction, the engine is the 4-cylinder transverse OHV 998cc A+ unit which pulls strongly and quietly. The four speed all synchromesh gearbox is impeccably smooth and light, precise gear changes are accomplished effortlessly. The engine bay featuring the unique yellow paintwork block is completely original, unmolested and exactly as Rover intended. Evidence of the dealership applied Waxoyl from new as specified from new by the conscientious first owner is visible on the inner wings. Classic Minis are renowned for their pure simplistic fun characteristics and this example is no exception! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Factory original and unrestored, the correct and desirable eight spoke alloy wheels with wheel nut cut away sections remain in perfect order. The original Pirelli Cinturato 145/70 12 tyres have masses of tread remaining with even the sidewall nobbles still intact! The servo assisted dual line hydraulic brakes pull the car up quickly and aid the responsive handling and manoeuvrability. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 1st May 1990 by Austin Rover Main Dealers D.C.Cook of Rotherham, the first keeper Mr William Wood purchased his beloved Mini as a 60th birthday and retirement present to himself. Dealer options specified from new by him included car alarm, centre console unit and full Waxoyl treatment. The original presentation pack given to the first owner when each Thirty model was new is present and complete in the history file. This pack incorporates a hardback book outlining the 1959-1989 history of the Mini (still in the cellophane wrapper), miniature Corgi model painted in the correct Cherry Red and a certificate confirming build number 1268. Beautifully preserved, this presentation pack only very rarely remained with these cars and now represents a collectable piece in itself. Minimal usage due to his early passing, the vehicle remained in Mr Wood’s name until January 2014. After upmost scrutiny and vetting by his family who were adamant the Mini must go to a true enthusiast, the car was purchased by Mr Richard Hoar, a well known club member. A respected Mini enthusiast and owner of countless Mini’s in his lifetime, this Thirty formed part of his collection alongside a stunning Mk1 Cooper and attended shows and club outings. The history file further consists of the original leather bound wallet containing the service booklet and handbook. KGF Classic Cars last sold the car in 2014 and are delighted to offer it again. MOT April 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/_SBklPAtBLo To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kgfclassiccars/sets/72157645031078092 '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: 15 Days Old
    • Year: 1990
    • Mileage: 2304 mi
    • Engine size: 1
    For sale
  • Porsche 356b

    £75,795

    FOR SALE A genuine UK RHD Porsche 356B/S (T6) with amazing provenance. EQUIPMENT Panoramic windshield, windshield washer system, glare proof rear view mirror, large rear window, fuel valve, shift lever lock, reclining front seats, rear buckets seats with folding back rest, variable instrument illumination, accessory plug, speedometer with total and trip mileage, tachometer, oil temperature gauge, electric clock, lockable glove compartment. Dealer accessories; Magnetic ashtray, cigarette lighter, courtesy grip for passenger, clothes hanger, map pockets. MODEL HISTORY Designed by company employee Erwin Komenda and introduced in 1948 in Austria, the hugely significant Porsche 356 Series is regarded as the first ‘production’ Porsche with steel bodies built by The Reutter Company who later became the seat manufacturer Recaro. The 356 was built in four distinct series, the ‘pre A’ followed by the 356A, B and finally C. The ‘pre A’ vehicles are most notably distinguishable by the split and then later centre creased windscreens, whereas from 1955 with the 356A, the windscreens were changed for a curved one piece design. This remarkable 356B/S is the redesigned T6 model introduced in 1962 and is identifiable by the twin engine lid grilles and larger rear window. With the introduction of front disc brakes to the 356B T6 and no other visible alterations, the model was finally badged as the 356C. EXTERIOR A genuine UK supplied RHD vehicle, this hugely desirable 356B/S example is finished in its original colour of Porsche Ruby Red (Code 702). The paintwork boasts a beautiful deep shine and uniform finish to fully accentuate the unmistakable lines of this iconic Coupe. Restored in the early 1990’s and with enthusiast use since, there are only minor signs of wear worthy of mention. The absence of an external fuel filler lid in the front wing is correct for a genuine RHD example. All trim sections, lights and badges are remarkably good and the quality chrome and stainless steel pieces are beautifully preserved. There are some small splits to the rear window rubbers. Absolute Porsche royalty. INTERIOR The originality and unmolested appeal of this hand crafted interior will amaze and delight any classic Porsche connoisseur. The factory Grey Leatherette seat coverings are incredibly well preserved with matching door cards fully intact and showing only light fading. The original cushioned topped dashboard houses the beautifully ornate yet fully functional controls, instruments and gauges. The thin three spoke steering wheel with inner ring and Porsche Crest is a styling marvel in itself. Features such as the magnetic ashtray, fuel valve and shift lock remain exactly as Porsche intended. The headlining is mildly discoloured. A wonderful interior loyal to its Porsche heritage. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The original four cylinder ‘flat four’ engine of 1582cc displacement in this genuine S model produces 75hp at 5000rpm. The factory correct twin Zenith 32 NDIX carburettor set up has been retained along with the automatic choke. The engine bay is beautifully clean with stickers and identification stampings clear to see and affirming the matching number credentials. The four speed synchronised Servomesh gearbox is light and exact. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Authentic Porsche 4.5J x 15 steel disc wheels with deep centre rims and Porsche emblem are shod in quality Michelin 165 HR15 tyres. The rims and caps are generally excellent although slight ageing is evident. 280mm drums all round feel positive and bring the car up safely. HISTORY FILE A Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirms that this matching numbers genuine 356B/S example was manufactured as a RHD vehicle with a production completion date of March 1962. Registered on 29th March 1962 by Porsche Main Agent A.F.N. Limited of Isleworth, there is correspondence between them and first owner Mr G Lowe Esq as well as extensive service history whereby the car was maintained by A.F.N. Limited until the late 1970’s. Furthermore, the colossal history file encompasses a lifetime of cherished ownership from new until present day. There are also many previous MOT certificates dating back as far as 1970. The beautifully presented and comprehensive history file also includes publications from Porsche Club GB and the Porsche 356 Registry with this car featured as well has handbooks and manuals. A true motoring icon and hugely significant chapter in Porsche history. Simply a must for any Porsche enthusiast. MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/ROyZJI6JRrg To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskNSAeWw '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: 16 Days Old
    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 32002 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • MG A

    £37,995

    FOR SALE An original UK supplied MGA 1500 Roadster with exceptional provenance EQUIPMENT Safety glass windshield, tonneau cover, black hood, sidescreens with signalling flap, door stowage pockets, spring spoke steering wheel, speedometer, revolution indicator, oil pressure gauge, rheostat panel light switch, map reading light, dash controlled starter switch, foot operated dipping switch, Britax seatbelts. Dealer fit: Twin fuel pumps, 12v power socket, battery isolator switch, aluminium spark plug holder, electric radiator fan. EXTERIOR Very rarely is such a genuine home market MGA offered for sale and this Orient Red stunning car is exceptional in both condition and historical provenance. The deep gloss shine reveals the pampered existence with Concours D’Elegance awards noted from as early as 1959! Scrutineers will marvel at the wheel arches in body colour, original number plates and the black folding waterproof hood still with factory side screens adopting the signalling flap along the lower edge. The chrome radiator grille with vertical slats unique to the 1500 model and bumpers have a mirror finish thanks to be rechromed by Derby plating. The flowing aerodynamic lines are absolutely gorgeous and a genuine Vanden Plas aluminium hardtop, of which only 1450 units were made by the BMC subsidiary with the correct aluminium sidescreens, is available by separate negotiation. INTERIOR A beautifully appointed interior has all the qualities of a traditional sports tourer with bucket seats still finished in the factory real Red leather. The previous owner being immensely fastidious would carry premium leather feed in the car at all times to retain the natural look missing in off-the-shelf new items. Karvel carpets with correct binding and oddities like the central dashboard-mounted horn button will please purists but for convenience a hidden 12v power outlet has been fitted, a battery isolator and an auxiliary fusebox to protect unfused circuits. All Jaeger gauges, switches and warning lamps function and this example feels factory correct in every respect. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Lifting the bonnet will reveal a spotless engine bay and a level of detail unrivalled by most. The original 1500 British Motor Corporation B series Engine has been rebuilt by Bob West and the unleaded cylinder head by Peter Burgess so performs faultlessly. A documented and meticulous periodic servicing regime will assure perfection seeking buyers. A maximum speed of 95mph is quoted by the 68bhp power unit. A recognised 5-speed conversion has been carried out by Hi-Gear Engineering to allow comfortable cruising. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Correct factory standard steel disc-type wheels are pristine and shod in matching radial Firestone 165 R15 tyres with ample tread including the spare. The Lockhead fully compensated drum brakes to all four wheels have been completely overhauled including new copper and nickel pipes and perform faultlessly. HISTORY FILE Truly phenomenal and second to none. One of only 1,859 Home Market UK 1500 Roadsters produced this example has had a total of just five owners in 59 years and covered 77,229 miles. First registered on the 23rd April 1957 to Mr Francis Ware who sold the vehicle after one year to Kenneth George Roe, custodian for the next 23 years. As a well know figure in MG circles and having previously owned a TA and a TF he just had to have the new aerodynamic MGA and competed in various sprints and hill climbs. Although it was not primarily used as a concours car Mr Roe entered it various events all documented in the history file and noteworthy mentions are a second in class in the BARC Eastbourne Motor Rally Concours in 1959, ’Best Modern MG’ awards at the Brenwood Concours in the 1960’s and a pile of ‘First in Class’ awards at M.G.C.C Silverstone in the late 1960’s. There are a number of photos of the car in the late 50’s and early 60’s, one with the last ever Twin-Cam built and owned by Mike Ellman-Brown, a good friend of Mr Roe at the time. Letters between owners make fascinating reading and the current custodian of 18 years, Mr Parmenter, has chronically and fastidiously noted all works carried out in recognition of the unique provenance this vehicle processes and written helpful notes for the new owner. Also featured in the book by F.Wilson McComb in the History of the MG and Malcolm Green, the well-known MG historian and motoring journalist wrote an article about the car in the December 1999 MG Enthusiast magazine, all included. The car comes with a full set of manuals including the first edition operation manual and original hardback workshop manual in perfect condition. A very rare opportunity and special car. MOT June 2017, Tax Exempt and HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/0F3mt2dRD5A To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/98r5i8 '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: 1957
    • Mileage: 77229 mi
    • Engine size: 1.5
    For sale
  • BMW M3

    £33,795

    FOR SALE A desirable homologation BMW E30 M3 Motorsport in original condition. 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, 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, cruise control, air conditioning. EXTERIOR This unmolested example is finished in Alpine White II, (Code 218), and retains a bright uniform finish. Attractive from any angle the 12 unique body panels designed to reduce drag are largely free from damage. The Sheet Moulding Composite lightweight bootlid has some touched in marks and scratches and the paint has worn thin in some areas due to years of polishing. The flared wheel arches, large low-slung air dams and extra-wide side sills all help accentuate the dynamic looks. All the correct M3 insignia remains intact and the bumper-mounted side marker lights are still fitted but disconnected. A true icon. INTERIOR Finished in Natur Bison leather, (Code 0295), the M3 sport seats offer superb body support at all times and show deep veins front and rear. 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 very clean 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 does not work and the leather wrapped steering wheel with the M tri-colour stripe on the centre spoke shows minor wear. A full BMW tool kit is present along with the optional petrol can in the spare wheel cavity. 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. Lift up the bonnet and the engine bay greets you with a ‘BMW M Power’ inscription. Originality can be seen throughout with the yellow coloured factory wax and chassis stickers to both front wings still attached. A recent oil service using genuine BMW parts is catalogued and the compulsory E46 timing chain tensioner has been fitted. The timing chain was inspected in 2013 with photos in the history file. The original Getrag 265 five-speed manual gearbox has been rebuilt with a short shift upgrade. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The original 15 inch Cross Spoke light alloy wheels have been refurbished and are shod in new branded 205/55 R15 tyres. A twin-circuit brake system with ABS and discs all round have just been overhauled and all parts replaced with genuine BMW items. HISTORY FILE This iconic late 1989 AK03 model year example originates from California where it only had two owners before being imported to the UK on the 1st December 2001. The original California plate 2YBZ265 remains with the car. With just two former keepers since entry, the last Mr Maude for 13 years, it has been cherished throughout. A feature in the July 2009 Classic Cars magazine reveals how Mr Maude acquired the vehicle and his enjoyment with it since 2003. This is also supplemented by a hand written historic account. All documentation including the original advert for the car, old MOT certificates and annual servicing records have been retained. Recent expenditure in October 2016 amounting to £1,205 includes a brake overhaul and a service using genuine BMW parts. All handbooks, spare keys and manuals are included along with interesting BMW E30 M3 articles collected over the years. Available due to the recent acquisition of a BMW 1M. MOT May 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/pHt9j74JUDg To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskN4j56T '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: 1989
    • Mileage: 121394 mi
    • Engine size: 2.3
    For sale
  • BMW M3

    £44,495

    FOR SALE A UK supplied BMW E30 M3 in treasured condition 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. Only 1512 European Spec 215 BHP examples were made, (Source BMW M Registry), of which fewer than 300 are genuine UK supplied versions making this offering a rare and privileged opportunity. 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, M Technic leather sports steering wheel, leather gear knob and gaiter, central locking, power front windows, electric sliding roof, 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. EXTERIOR This stunning example is finished in Brilliant Red, (Code 308), and retains an amazing deep gloss finish of a pampered and garaged car. The paint has a uniform mirror finish. Attractive from any angle with unmarked flared wheel arches, large low-slung air dams and extra-wide side sills all help accentuate the dynamic looks. A tiny stone chip to the bonnet is barely noticeable. All the correct M3 insignia remains intact and the delicate plastic boot lid and rear wing are unblemished. This car is a real crowd stopper. INTERIOR Cosseted, protected and covered help explain how this interior is faultless. Finished in half leather Silver Cloth, (Code 0380), the M3 sport seats offer superb body support at all times. The leather has been fed regularly. Arched around the driver, the accurate clear instruments, switches and levers are in just the right place and fully operational. No marks anywhere with perfect door cards, anthracite headlining and carpeting which has been protected by genuine BMW carpet mats from new. The electric windows and sunroof operate smoothly and digital readouts are unbroken. The BMW glove box torch does not work. M3 ergonomics, crafted items and attention to detail create an ambience of a high performance sports car. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Having been expertly maintained from new the heart of this M3 is the four-valve four- cylinder 16-valve engine displacing 2.3 litres and developing 215 BHP at 6750 rpm. Lift up the bonnet and the clean engine bay greets you with a ‘BMW M Power’ inscription leaving no doubt why this car is so special. Crucially documented evidence exists in the thick history file of a recent timing chain upgrade. The five speed manual close-ratio Getrag transmission with a dogleg shift pattern is a delight to use. A must drive for all serious car enthusiasts. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Pristine BBS 16 inch Cross Spoke and bolted light alloy wheels with new matching Toyo Proxes 275/45 ZR16 tyres . A twin-circuit brake system with ABS and discs all round, (replacement vented and drilled front and solid rear) stop the car safely and quickly. HISTORY FILE Registered new in March 1990 (the final year of all E30 M3 production), by BMW Main Dealers, Williams of Liverpool, this is a genuine UK example and not a parallel import. A detailed history log will be presented to the new owner accurately tracking dates and mileages of all work carried out. Having now covered 103,717 miles this example provides a unique opportunity for the discerning BMW Motorsport enthusiast wanting a very rare, genuine UK spec E30 M3. Presented with all handbooks including; Stamped Service Booklet, BMW M Power Manual, BMW Autoradio with radio pass card, BMW Security Booklet, BMW Owners Handbook, BMW Dealer Assurance and BMW Service Locations 1990/91. A UK BMW M3 brochure also in the documentation. A Thatcham Category 2 Alarm and Immobiliser has been installed and two original keys are included. The master M Torch key still works. MOT June 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/SJvItQktang To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/1sc371 '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: 1990
    • Mileage: 103717 mi
    • Engine size: 2.3
    For sale
  • Mazda MX5

    £11,295

    FOR SALE Probably the best UK Mk1 Mazda MX5 1.8i with just 19,202 miles from new. EQUIPMENT Laminated windscreen, retractable halogen headlamps, bright finish door handles, colour keyed bumpers and outer mirrors, colour keyed mud guards, manual folding black canvas soft top, side impact beams, suspension brace bar, tachometer, urethane steering wheel and gearknob, bucket seats, adjustable headrests, interior light, cigar lighter and illuminated ashtray, locking glovebox, locking centre storage box. Dealer options; Tailored MX5 floor mats. EXTERIOR This truly exceptional Mazda MX-5 in factory original Classic Red, (Code SU), boasts a pristine deep gloss shine and impeccable finish. The showroom fresh appeal with absolutely no colour fade or deterioration to the paintwork is owing to the incredible low mileage, garaged storage from new and dry usage only. The underside and sills are detailed to concours standard and the car has competed successfully at such events. Miniscule chips around the fuel filler and a tiny 1cm scratch on the rear bumper are utterly minor imperfections. The original Mazda Dealer number plates front and rear remain on the car. The black canvas hood is in perfect order with a tight fit and no cracks or damage and the rear plastic window is clear with no crease marks whatsoever. The epitome of a modern classic sports car, preserved to the highest order. INTERIOR Trimmed in the standard Black Cloth upholstery this interior is exactly how Mazda intended. Everything is co-ordinated and operates perfectly. The flawless seats remain in exceptional order and the steering wheel and gear knob show prominent factory veins only found on extraordinary low mileage examples. The classic sports dashboard houses a cluster of crystal clear instruments that function precisely and retain a new car feel. The tailored MX5 over mats remain in place and protect the immaculate black carpeting. The tool kit, wheel brace and covered space saver wheel are all present and spotlessly clean. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION To experience driving a well maintained and cared for Mk 1 MX-5 is a true motoring delight. The lightweight 1.8 litre 16v DOHC engine sits in a truly immaculate engine bay which will amaze onlookers with a level of perfect detailing rarely seen. The engine, regularly serviced at Mazda, is lively and power flow very smooth with excellent low to mid-range torque. The close ratio short throw gearbox provides light and precise gear changes. Brilliant! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES This exceptional Mazda has been upgraded with dealer supplied seven spoke “daisy” alloy wheels in perfect condition. However, the factory supplied unrestored and virtually impossible to source steel wheels in pristine order are retained for the buyer to choose should they wish. Both sets of wheels shod in quality Yokohama 185/60R14 tyres with excellent tread and no cracks. 255mm ventilated discs at the front and solid 251mm at the back install maximum braking confidence. HISTORY FILE This amazing example was registered new by Mazda Main Dealers, Bourne Road Garage of Kent, on 3rd April 1996. Supplied to first owner Mr Mark Sweet as a base model with emphasis on simplicity and weight saving, the car arrived with steel wheels and no radio! Three keepers since are all traceable and the incredibly low 19,202 miles from new is fully verified in the history file. The original Mazda Service Record booklet houses eleven stamped entries, the first nine of which are the supplying Mazda dealer. The most recent stamped entry at Bridley Mazda of Stourbridge was carried out in June 2015. All handbooks, manuals and spare key are neatly contained in the grey leather Mazda wallet along with an immaculately kept folder containing invoices and every MOT carried out from three years old. Virtually impossible to find in such original, unmolested condition, this car is arguably the best remaining MK1 MX5. Sure to delight the collector, this essentially perfect example offers a real insight to the no frills pure driving experience beautifully encapsulated by Mazda and difficult to emulate. MOT June 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/WW8husBbiLU To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskJSN6LC '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: 19202 mi
    • Engine size: 1.8
    For sale
  • Ford Escort

    £44,295

    FOR SALE An immensely rare AVO Mk1 Ford Escort RS2000 detailed to perfection. EQUIPMENT Advanced Vehicle Operations (AVO) Type 49 body, front quarter bumpers, flared wheel arches, strengthened chassis rails, strengthened flitch plates, reinforced front suspension strut top mounting plates, rear radius rods, safety glass, anti-burst locks, black painted aluminium grille, six pod sports binnacle, heater fan, two speed wiper, courtesy light, cigar lighter, heated rear window. Factory fitted options; Driver/passenger seat headrests. EXTERIOR Finished in the only optional and very desirable metallic colour available, Stardust Silver, (Code 3), this genuine RS2000 is stunning. Amazing detailing throughout and extending to the underside will please the most critical of owners and onlookers. AVO workmanship is laid bare for all to see. The chrome, rubbers, and badges are in immaculate order with the distinctive wide blue decals adding the perfect and immediately recognisable RS look. The correct 7” diameter round sealed beam Cibe quartz halogen headlamps are fitted along with the windscreen wiper anti-lift aero-foil to the drivers side. Very difficult to fault in all repects and most certainly show winning quality. INTERIOR Fabulous in every respect and true to a Ford RS2000 interior with incredible attention to detail. The brushed nylon RS sports seats, (Code A1), with optional headrests match a spotless loop pile carpet throughout and unmarked door cards. All sports instrumentation functions including the correct 130mph and 7000rpm speedometer and tachometer providing at a glance concise information. The padded facia top has no cracks and the boot area continues the showroom experience. This is one for the RS connoisseur wanting to enjoy a top class motoring legend. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Prepare for gasps of amazement as onlookers marvel under the spotlessly clean bonnet of this Escort RS2000. The 2.0 Ford ‘Pinto’ unit offers ample performance thanks to a downdraught compound twin-choke Weber carburettor and a free-flow exhaust manifold so 100bhp and 0-60mph in 9.0 seconds with a top speed of 108mph is possible. The metal Ford Motor Co chassis plate has been replaced but the original has been retained in the history file for authenticity. The factory AVO plate remains attached. The single selector rail shift four speed synchromesh gearbox offers short, positive snappy gear changes and is an absolute delight to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES 5 ½ J X 13” RS alloy wheels are all stamped H71AB-1007-AC and are unmarked shod in matching branded 175/70 R13 tyres. An unused spare is strapped and angled in the boot on the correct RS wheel. The direct acting vacuum servo assistance dual-line braking system works effectively. HISTORY FILE Built at Fords Advanced Vehicle Operations factory in Aveley in April 1974 this vehicle is one of 3,759 genuine AVO RS2000’s built for the UK market, of which only a fraction now survive. Purchased by Mr M Holland from the RS Dealer, A.Gray & Co Ltd Guildford, for the sum of £1,883.36 on the 1st January 1975. The original service book remains with the history file along with a lever arch file of other documents including a photo of the car in its amazing discovered original condition. With just six former keepers in total this car has remained with Ford enthusiasts throughout and should be preserved as one of the finest examples currently available. MOT October 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/2T0dVzdbpZw To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskLK4dkf '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: 1974
    • Mileage: 22263 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Ford Capri

    £17,795

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 retro Ford Capri 2.8 Injection Special with one owner and 48,919 miles. EQUIPMENT Remote control driver’s door mirror, body-coloured grille, lamp bezels body-coloured, power assisted steering, front and rear spoilers, tailgate wash/wipe, tinted glass all round, ammeter and oil pressure gauge, tachometer, quartz analogue clock, courtesy lights, perforated black headlining, front reclining Recaro seats, three-spoke leather covered steering wheel, tilting/sliding steel sunroof, boot light, instrument brightness control. EXTERIOR This exceptional one owner example is finished in Ford Black (code A9), a cost option when new. A deep mirror shine from the stunning paintwork is truly breath taking and the finish is uniform. Carefully touched in stone chips to the front and only minimal age related blemishes are visible upon close scrutiny. All factory fitted panels are straight with linear gaps and the exterior trim items and decals are pristine, commensurate with the low mileage credentials. Hard to source fitments such as the rubber spoiler and colour coded front grill are pleasingly immaculate, and the dealer supplied number plates remain fitted. An extraordinary example, exactly as Ford intended. INTERIOR The interior of this 2.8 Injection Special evokes a sense of true nostalgia with the supportive Recaro seats looking fantastic finished in the grey high-grade leather with ‘Strobe’ pattern fabric centre panels (code Q5). The driver’s outer bolster has rubbed and discoloured ever so slightly. The deep pile grey carpeting is spotless and the black perforated headlining unique to the 2.8 Special is tight. The leather covered steering wheel and gear knob are in beautiful order with natural veins prominent. All controls fully functioning are housed in an excellent dashboard with just one tiny crack. The factory fitted ESRT 32PS stereo cassette remains fitted and even factory build stickers have remained attached to the seat frames! Correct to Ford’s intention and remarkably well preserved. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The Capri 2.8 Injection was the first offering of the new Special Vehicle Engineering (SVE) operation that had recently been set up in Dunton, Essex. SVE added a Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection system, an oil/water heat exchanger, viscous coupled fan and an improved radiator making the 158 BHP capable of 130mph and 0-60mph in 7.9 seconds. The fantastic engine bay is fastidiously detailed with factory plates, stickers and stamping clear to see. The engine is smooth and quiet whilst producing an unmistakable burble and a deep roar under enthusiastic use! The 5 speed gearbox is direct and progression through the range is effortless. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES This Capri is fitted with the factory 7-spoke alloy wheels in flawless condition and with correct Ford badged centre caps. Branded 205/60 R13 tyres have masses of tread remaining. The hydraulic dual-line servo-assisted brakes with ventilated front discs unique on the 2.8 Special stop the car quickly and in a straight line. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 10th September 1985 by Ford Main Dealers the Gates Group, Mr Phillip Hutson purchased the car new and has remained the only ever keeper since. The older style blue V5 registration document states no former keepers, and with just 48,919 miles from this is an incredibly special example. The history file contains many previous MOT certificates to track the mileage and verify authenticity. Furthermore, there are various receipts and invoices to document maintenance work, and the original Ford Capri Operating Guide and Motorists handbook are present. Maintenance work in Sept 2016 includes a service using genuine Motorcraft items, brake overhaul and replacement clutch. Representing a unique opportunity to acquire an iconic unmolested Capri 2.8 injection with amazing credentials and condition to match. One for the serious enthusiast. MOT October 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/Pryz0Ywjudc To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/8vLo81 '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: 1985
    • Mileage: 48919 mi
    • Engine size: 2.8
    For sale
  • Triumph Herald

    £7,995

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 genuine and delightful Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible with 39,166 miles. EQUIPMENT Steel-girder chassis, solid white rubber bumpers, fully disappearing hood, well cover, safety glass, opening front quarter-lights, two sun visors, facia ash tray, facia courtesy light, speedometer illumination lamp, warning lights, lockable glovebox. Factory Options: front wheel disc brakes, heater and demister, tonneau cover, Radiomobile. EXTERIOR Finished in period Cactus Green, (Code 15), this preserved and unmolested example has a uniform shine which has aged remarkably well having always been garage stored and pampered with just a few owners. Panel fit and integrity is excellent and this original example shows correct production line features as manufactured by the Standard Motor Co Ltd. The chrome brightwork has minor pitting and all the correct badging remains undamaged. Some rubber trim is slightly split and a couple of tiny dings do not detract from the overall honesty and charm. All the glass is clear and the disappearing hood complete with optional tonneau cover and well cover is immaculate. A beautiful example. INTERIOR The separate front seats and divan rear seat are finished in matching Green Vynide which along with the door cards are in stunning condition. The green real pile carpeting is remarkably still factory fitment and deservedly shows some wear after 53 years of age. The walnut veneer facia and door capping offer Pullman style luxury along with the chrome plated door pulls. The chrome ‘Herald’ dash badge is still fitted along with a functioning Radiomobile. The boot area again reveals fabulous originality with the boot mat, plywood spare wheel cover and even the fuel tank reserve sticker intact. Charming in every respect. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Simple and well proven, the 1147cc four cylinder engine with a chain driven camshaft and 3-bearing crankshaft produces a healthy 43bhp which enables a top speed of 78mph and 0-50 in 17.3 seconds. Amazingly quiet, smooth and responsive due to regular servicing this car offers fun yet practical classic car ownership. The original build plate in the engine compartment denotes the correct CV chassis number to confirm this is a factory built convertible. The 4-speed gearbox is light, precise and a joy to use but as supplied when new, no synchromesh on first! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Stainless steel wheel trims are in excellent condition with branded 145/80 R13 tyres. The extra cost option of self-adjusting disc brakes to the front are fitted and standard drum brakes to the rear stop the car safely. HISTORY FILE A phenomenal history makes fascinating reading. Supplied new by Lambs Ltd, Standard-Triumph Dealers in Romford Essex on the 22nd October 1963. Incredibly this fine example has only had three former keepers, the first being Mrs Eldridge of Tode Hall for 24 years. Sold then to Mrs Aaron who remained the keeper for eight years before selling the car to Mr Gibson in 1995, proprietor of Roman Garage in Grantham. He kept the vehicle in his private collection before the final keeper, Mr Burrows, took ownership in 2008. Mr Gibson has continued to maintain the vehicle while in Mr Burrows care. Each owner has remained within 30 miles of each other! Every MOT since 1967 is included and fully warrants the low 39,166 miles covered. The original Triumph Service Voucher Booklet along with every manual is present. Masses of invoices confirm the attention lavished on this prime example which is now ready to impress its next caring owner. MOT October 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/RHdU6JiiQS4 To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskLrdvjV '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: 1963
    • Mileage: 7995 mi
    • Engine size: 1.1
    For sale
  • Triumph GTR4 Dové

    £29,995

    FOR SALE An exceptionally rare and genuine Triumph GTR4 Dove in show condition. EQUIPMENT Steel panelled body on cruciform chassis, forward hinged bonnet and doors, chrome bumpers, chrome headlamp surrounds, detachable laminated windscreen, safety glass, winding windows, enamelled dashboard, full minor instruments, glove locker. GTR4 Dove specification; one piece bespoke roof, rear top hinged hatch with internal release, opening rear quarters, 2+2 child seating configuration, folding rear seat, 18 gallon horizontally arranged fuel tank, L.F.Dove Ltd moniker on dash, GTR4 and Dove boot badges. Factory options; Overdrive, wire wheels. Accessories; Motolita steering wheel, map reading lamp. MODEL HISTORY The Triumph GTR4 Dove gained its existence and namesake from Triumph main dealer L.F.Dove & Company of Wimbledon who recognised the appeal of a practical long distance tourer based on the successful TR4 Roadster. L.F.Dove Ltd commissioned coachbuilder Thomas Harrington & Company to carry out the conversion to be sold exclusively through their dealership, and which upon seeing the quality of craftsmanship the model was officially recognised by Triumph. At an asking price of £1,093, it was a 30% premium over the standard car and equal to a Jaguar E-Type. It is suggested that this and the concern of diluting sales of the similar GT6 meant Triumph did not enter into mass production with the model, and just an estimated 50 vehicles are thought to have been converted. EXTERIOR The elegant lines of the Giovanni Michelotti design are instantly recognisable along with the addition of the one piece bespoke roof. Triumph heritage confirm that this beautiful example is finished in its original colour of Wedgewood Blue (code 26) which boasts a beautiful uniform finish and polished shine. Close scrutiny will reveal only very faint and localised areas where the paintwork is less than perfect, all utterly minor. All trim sections, glass, lights and badges show exemplary attention to detail and the chromework is pristine. With less than 20 GTR4 Dove’s known to remain, this is undoubtedly one of the best in existence. INTERIOR Incredibly original, the interior is simply wonderful. The seats still wear their factory Blue Vynide covering which is in remarkable condition aside from three miniscule nicks to the driver’s seat base. The factory original enamelled dashboard is in beautiful condition with the unique L.F. Dove Ltd moniker still affixed below the glove box. All switchgear is correct and operational and all gauges give healthy readings. A high quality replacement carpet set is exquisitely appointed to enhance the appeal. The clean boot area is carpeted in the matching pile and below the boot floor houses the spare wire wheel, jack and wheel brace. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Mechanically identical to the standard TR4, the 2138cc four cylinder engine with factory optional overdrive and twin Stromberg 175CD set up produces 100bhp. A 0-60mph figure for the Dove quoted at 18.4 seconds is 0.6 seconds slower than standard owing to the added weight, however 0-100mph is actually 3 seconds quicker in the Dove, attributed to the improved aerodynamics. The high detail to the engine bay is ready for showing with factory plates, stampings and stickers visible. The four speed + overdrive transmission performs flawlessly. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The optional 60 spoke chrome wire wheels are beautifully made and remain in amazing order. Matching quality Michelin XZX 165 SR15 tyres have plenty of tread remaining and the Girling hydraulic braking system offer predictable and safe braking. HISTORY FILE Registered new on the 2nd October 1963, this genuine GTR4 Dove number CT21794 is well known to the TR Register and file correspondence from the clubs TR4/4A Registrar, Jon Marshall, confirms its authenticity and original colour of Wedgewood Blue. The remarkable history folder is befitting of this very special car, with magazine and club publication features included. A Practical Classics feature from August 2001 covers the restoration carried out by previous owner, Andy Smith, who in 1998 restored the car from a near wreck to the incredible example we see today. The article makes fascinating reading and leaves no doubt over the fastidious nature of both owner and the project undertaken. Further correspondence from previous keepers will delight the next owner, including coverage of the cars time in Switzerland and subsequently Holland before thankfully returning to the UK and being given back its original registration number. Completing the history file is a large collection of specialist receipts and invoices to allow the next owner peace of mind and assurance. An exceptionally rare and equally important piece of Triumph TR history, and a wonderful interpretation of one of Coventry’s finest. MOT October 2017, Tax Exempt and HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/xi-mdrt1wps To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskLqT6mx '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: 1 Day Old
    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 766 mi
    • Engine size: 2.1
    For sale
  • Ford Escort

    £34,995

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 genuine AVO Mk1 Ford Escort RS Mexico in impeccable award winning condition. EQUIPMENT Advanced Vehicle Operations (AVO) Type 49 body, front quarter bumpers, flared wheel arches, strengthened chassis rails, strengthened flitch plates, reinforced front suspension strut top mounting plates, rear radius rods, safety glass, anti-burst locks, black painted aluminium grille, six pod sports binnacle, heater fan, two speed wiper, courtesy light. Factory fitted options; Cigar lighter, Custom Pack – nylon seats, sound deadening material, RS centre console with Kienzle clock, varnished wood trim panels, reclining RS type contoured front seats, heated rear window. Dealer Special Build Programme; Minilite Sport alloys, RS wiper blade wind deflector. EXTERIOR Finished in brilliant Diamond White this genuine Mexico is outstanding. Impeccable detailing extending to the underside and engine bay will please the most critical of owners and onlookers. Vital components such as the rear stone deflector held in by eight bolts in the boot floor and strengthened AVO workmanship are laid bare for all to see. The chrome, glass, and badges are in immaculate order with much of the glass still number plate etched. Tiny splits exist to the rear glass rubber. A chip on one side decal and a few historic micro blisters to the passenger rear wheel arch, boot corner tip and front drivers sill are barely visible. These markings have been constantly present during the current 14 year ownership and never prevented the car finishing in the top ten since 2004 at the prestigious Ford AVO National Days. A second place at the 2013 event being a true testament to the meticulous condition. INTERIOR True and exact in every respect to a Ford Mexico Custom Pack interior with hidden attention to detail beyond belief. Removing the pristine door cards will reveal components carefully removed, refurbished and painted. This theme is painstakingly continued throughout. The rare Kienzle clock housed within an uncut RS centre console joins all the other fully operational sports instrumentation providing at a glance concise information. The brushed nylon RS sports seats with optional headrests and button RS logos match a spotless loop pile carpet throughout. Only the varnished wood trim panel to the dash facia shows slight fade in an otherwise perfect interior. The boot area continues the showroom experience with unused tools complete with stickers neatly wrapped in the hessian bag resting on an impossible to source genuine unmarked boot mat. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Prepare for gasps of amazement as onlookers marvel under the bonnet of this Escort Mexico. The GT crossflow unit with the 711M block has been worked on by renown Vulcan Engineering with the aim of originality in their costly 110 Spec upgrade including conversion of the cylinder head to run on unleaded. Photos of the stripped engine are in the history file. Near impossible to source and correct components grace this engine from the obvious Fomoco radiator to the inconspicuous dipstick bracket. Expect performance of the 1660cc engine to easily match the quoted 85bhp with 0 to 60mph in 10.7 seconds and a top speed over 100mph. The 4-speed synchromesh gearbox was fully rebuilt in November 2006 by BGH Geartech Ltd with an aluminium bell housing and AP heavy duty clutch proving perfect changes every time . WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Correctly dated and optional Minilite Sport Alloys, as available through the Ford Dealer Special Build Programme, are pristine and shod in matching Goodyear Eagle Ventura 185/60R tyres. The correct pressed steel spare is strapped and angled in the boot with the same tyre. The vacuum servo-assistance brakes run on the standard single line braking system with M16 front calipers on solid discs and Lockheed 9” rear brakes. HISTORY FILE Built at Fords Advanced Vehicle Operations factory in Aveley in July 1973 this vehicle has only had six owners from new. The third owner, Mr Farris joined the AVO club in 1979 and this rare car became the 50th Mexico to be added to the register. A beautiful catalogue of history accompanies the vehicle with detailed photographs taken each time any work has been carried out. This encompasses a 14 week engine rebuild in 1983 as featured in HAVOC, (The AVO Owners Club publication) to a bare metal respray in 2002, to a recent CD file revealing intricate detailing work such as the removal and refurbishment of the fuel tank amongst other things. An extensive collection of invoices, MOT certificates and home produced technical specification sheets are included. The original owner literature including the Escort Mexico Owner’s Handbook encased in the A5 Ford Sure wallet remains with the spare keys. A previous owner has requested, after making the difficult decision to part with the car, that all trophies, medals, plaques and crystal awards remain with him as a memento of his tremendous efforts. Photos of all the awards are provided. Last sold by KGF Classic Cars in 2013 we are delighted to offer this vehicle again to the next discerning collector and blue oval enthusiast. MOT Oct 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/NIkz8_rWxDc To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kgfclassiccars/sets/72157635295419771 '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: 19 Days Old
    • Year: 1973
    • Mileage: 6477 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Volkswagen Scirocco

    £14,995

    FOR SALE Probably the best Giorgetto Giugiaro styled Mk1 VW Scirocco GTi in the world. EQUIPMENT Twin halogen headlamps, front spoiler, laminated windscreen, waistline impact strip, intermittent wipe, seat height adjuster, foam padded sports steering wheel, 3 speed blower, oil and water temperature gauge, revolution counter, rear wash/wipe, panel rheostat, analogue clock, rear seat belts, parcel shelf, courtesy light, coat hooks. Dealer Options; Blaupunkt Melbourne M21 radio, Solite GT Sunroof. EXTERIOR This sleek elegant sports coupe is finished in Baikal Blue, (Code LK5A), which was one of three exclusive colours only available on the GTi. A deep lustrous shine is the result of a refresh commissioned at great expense and will amaze onlookers. The tapered bodywork blends beautifully into the moulded bumpers clearly displaying all the hallmarks of Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Italian automobile designer, widely recognised as one of the finest and most prolific car designers. Supplying dealer number plates and rear window sticker are still fitted and the discreet GTi badge adorns the tailgate. All front and rear lens covers are correct Hella items and there is a tiny hairline crack to the nearside indicator. All glass is factory original with the VW logos and the front screen still has the ‘running in’ sticker attached. Tremendous. INTERIOR The Blue dual tone cloth upholstery, (Code EH), is fully commensurate with the low 24,790 miles covered and along with the rest of the sporty interior justifies the term, time warp. Carpeting, headlining and door cards are in fabulous order and will delight perfection seeking individuals. All controls and gauges work with engineered precision including the additional VDO gauge and analogue clock housed in the unmarked centre console. The sports steering wheel proudly displays the Wolfburg Crest and all natural veins are visible due to the low mileage covered. The expensive and working Blaupunkt Melbourne M21 radio remains in situ along with the supplying dealer tax disc holder. The dash has no cracks. The boot area is remarkably clean with just a few marks still displaying the identification sticker on the cross member and a parcel shelf with unbroken straps. Superb. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION This rare cult-setting car is in excellent mechanical order and really asserts what early GTi ownership should be about, fun! The engine produces 110bhp at 6100rpm and 140Nm of torque at 5000rpm, enough to sprint to 60mph in 8.7 seconds and achieve a top speed of 115mph. The seemingly endlessly willing engine and such an addictive exhaust note are guaranteed to excite the occupants and a smile on your face is a permanent fixture! The engine bay is clean for bonnet up exhibiting and has had a recent full service including cam-belt. The 5 speed sports gearbox is precise and is a joy to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Fitted with the desirable GTi alloy sports wheels unmarked with casting marks visible. Branded 175/70 R13 tyres, of which two are still believed to be the factory fitted Michelin items, have excellent tread remaining. The servo-assisted diagonally divided dual-circuit braking system with ventilated discs up front and drums to the rear have been overhauled and do an excellent job of stopping the car. HISTORY FILE Supplied new by Volkswagen Main Dealers, T Hayselden Limited on the 1st August 1981, an original new car sales invoice outlines a purchase price of £6,682.59. Mr Francis Medlam has remained the registered keeper from new and returned to the supplying dealer for servicing eight times until the vehicle had covered 18,331 miles. A subsequent seven service entries at a specialist along with previous MOT certificates warrant the low mileage of 24,790 and reveal the fastidious care bestowed upon this example. A fanatical low mileage car collector and vehicle historian, Mr Preston, took ownership in 2011 and immediately set about perfecting a what would be, a perfect car to most, to meet his exacting standards. Nostalgic seekers will enjoy old tax discs being retained and sight of the first service coupon. The original A5 VW Dealer blue document holder is also with the car containing all owner manuals and instruction pamphlets along with the Scirocco sales brochure from 1981. Two sets of keys with the key number tag are also supplied. MOT Oct 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/ca01O_uZalg To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskKGwg1X '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: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1981
    • Mileage: 24790 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • MG RV8

    £24,995

    FOR SALE A time-honoured MG RV8 in splendid condition and just 15,285 miles MODEL HISTORY The MG RV8 was bought to fruition by Rover Special Projects team, a team of 30 planners, engineers and designers based at Gaydon, Rovers test track in Warwickshire. Headed by RSP Director, Steve Schlemmer, the project was called Adder in recognition of the Anglo-American Cobra of the 60s, their objective was to recreate the MGB as it would have been had it never left production. Launched at the British Motor Show in 1992, the MG RV8 marked the welcome return of the MG sports car and the famous octagonal badge. At a price of £26,500 when new just 1983 units were made of which 1581 were sold to Japan. EQUIPMENT Flared front and rear wings, moulded body coloured sills, laminated windscreen, halogen headlamps, analogue clock, voltmeter, intermittent wipe, twin horns, cigar lighter, lights-on buzzer, courtesy light delay, boot lamp, illuminated glovebox, remote boot release, rear tonneau, centre armrest, 3-speed heater fan. EXTERIOR An appealing, curvaceous, wasp-waisted style immediately recognisable to MG aficionados is finished in optional pearlescent Woodcote Green, (Code HPE) at a cost of £750 when new. A stunning deep gloss finish preserved by temperature controlled storage and preservation wax will amaze onlookers. The correct panels produced by Abbey Panels are virtually unmarked other than a touched in chip to the bonnet and two miniscule dings. The original factory fitted soft top made by Tickford is pristine and the rear screen perfectly clear. The rear tonneau is present. The famous octagonal MG badging is unmarked and all chrome brightwork has a mirror finish. A born classic. INTERIOR Lavishly trimmed in fine Connolly Stone Beige leather, (Code SMJ), with a ruched pattern and rich in Elm Burr veneer adorning the facia panel, centre console and door cappings the interior is pure luxury. A fine expression of MG traditional sporting appeal can be seen with a full set of VDO black-on-white working instruments and chrome interior door handles, roll top lid ashtray and handbrake release button. The original MG velour mats have protected the dark Stone Beige cut pile carpets and even the correct leather gear knob remains fitted often replaced with wooden items due premature wear. The correct Panasonic radio cassette player with the MG logo remains fitted. Beautifully traditional. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The 3.9 litre V8 is extremely flexible with large reserves of torque and 190bhp giving effortless midrange overtaking. 0-60mph is despatched in 5.9 seconds and a top speed of 135mph is quoted. The engine bay is spotlessly clean and factory original with all markings, plates and stickers present. The V8 burble through the twin exhaust pipe is intoxicating. The robust Land Rover built 77mm 5-speed gearbox changes with reassuring precision and a progressive light clutch action. Delightful. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Distinctive cast alloy 15x6J road wheels are unmarked and still retain the MG centre security caps. The Zender split rim bolts have no corrosion. Matching Pirelli P6000 205/65 R15 tyres have ample tread. Servo assisted ventilated front disc brakes with 4-piston callipers and rear drums do an impressive job of bringing the vehicle to a safe halt. HISTORY FILE The MG RV8 was always destined to become a classic with just 1983 units made reviving a golden history and celebrating thirty years after the birth of the legendary MGB. This pampered example spent six years with the only Japanese owner, Mr Akifumi Shimizu of Wakayama who purchased the car on the 21st September 1994. Upon the first sha-ken, (MOT), in 1997 the car had covered 4,448km and in December 1999 the car was purchased for export to the UK with 11,800km. At this point a brand new VDO in mph was installed and professionally fitted retaining the old unit for authenticity. Since arriving in the UK a further documented 7,785 miles have been covered with three former keepers and MG enthusiasts. A comprehensive collection of paperwork, old MOT certificates and point of sale material make fascinating reading. The previous keeper part exchanged this cherished vehicle with KGF Classic Cars in April 2014 whereupon the garage owners Father, Mr Fasulo, fell for the charm, immaculate condition and V8 burble and just had to have it! Now only available to make room for a classic Ferrari. MOT Oct 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/v4mjAsD5ZpI To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskKhCbrZ '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: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1994
    • Mileage: 15285 mi
    • Engine size: 3.9
    For sale
  • BMW E36

    £4,995

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 BMW E36 318i Convertible with just 35,167 miles and one owner. EQUIPMENT Active rollover system, low impact regenerating bumpers, driver and front passenger airbag, integral side impact protectors, predetermined crumple zones, central folding-top closing mechanism, triple layer fabric hood, BMW toolkit, centrally operated electric windows all round, heating system electronically controlled, tachometer with energy control, service level indicator, warning triangle and first aid kit. Factory options; Electro-hydraulic folding top. Dealer accessories; Colour coded hard top. EXTERIOR This outstanding 318i Convertible is finished in stunning vibrant Bright Red (Hellrot, Code 314). The factory original paintwork boasts a spectacular deep gloss shine and high polished uniform finish. The original panels are beautifully straight and all gaps and shuts are linear. Structurally perfect and true to BMW’s original vision, this unspoilt example is truly exceptional. Aside from very light and minimal stone chips to the bonnet, it is difficult to fault the presentation even upon very close scrutiny. The original supplying BMW dealer number plates remains fitted to further emphasise the cars outstanding preserved state. The fabric folding roof is pristine with no damage to the covering or the headlining, and the optional colour coded hard top is as new. This enthusiast owned cherished example is without question one of the best and will delight any classic BMW aficionado. INTERIOR The unmistakable cockpit of the E36 BMW is designed purely with driver experience in mind. The Grey Cloth interior (code D6TT) is essentially perfect and truly reflects the exceptional low mileage credentials. The carpets have been protected by fitted over mats from new and the door cards are spotless. The wrap around dashboard inclined to the driver is simply perfect and retains the factory matt finish as does the leather trimmed sports steering wheel, all too often lost by years of amateur ‘dressing up’. BMW heritage is clear to see with the unique blue and red stitching to the leather steering wheel and M-Tec emblem which is also on the gearknob. The complete toolkit, first aid kit and warning triangle are present. Arguably as close to a ‘new’ E36 interior as is possible to find. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Displacing 1796cc, the wonderfully quiet and smooth four cylinder unit from BMW produces 115bhp and 168Nm of torque to achieve respectable 0-62mph and top speed figures of 12.5 seconds and 121mph respectively. Ready for bonnet up exhibiting, the spotless engine bay displaying factory plates and stickers will impress the avid detailer. The preferred five speed manual gearbox is light, tight and precise and a joy to use with sporting short throw operation. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Five original sports-spoke II style light alloy wheels are unrestored and virtually flawless. The correct centre caps remain fitted and the wheel stampings are clearly defined. Factory specification Pirelli P6000 205/60 R15 tyres all round have masses of tread remaining and the spare alloy wheel is also unused and shod in the original Pirelli P6000 item. The anti-lock braking system (ABS) incorporating all round discs offers ample stopping power and straight line braking. HISTORY FILE Supplied new by BMW Main Agents, Benham BMW of Wolverhampton, on 29th October 1999, this example incredibly has covered just 35,167 miles with just one owner from new. Both the new vehicle order form and the sales invoice remain in the history file to illustrate a purchase price of £25,870 including £1,070 for the Electro-hydraulic folding top. The first and only keeper is a Mr Trevor Smith, an avid car enthusiast who purchased the car having originally had the intention of buying an early E46. Upon visit to his local BMW dealer, this E36 example was offered to him and he loved the colour enough to change his mind! The history file consists of the original dealer supplied leather wallet containing absolutely every handbook, guide, leaflet and point of sale publication as well as the service booklet. All previous MOT certificates are present to fully verify the low mileage. Mr Smith and his wife kept the vehicle strictly garaged and used it only for recreational purposes along with their other vehicles forming a small classic car collection. This cosseted existence has been instrumental in preserving the vehicles amazing condition and exceptionally low miles. Truly superb and guaranteed to impress the enthusiast seeking one of the absolute best E36 Convertibles. MOT April 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/8J224OapzxU To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskJJq7hx '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: 4995 mi
    • Engine size: 1.8
    For sale
  • Ford Escort

    £19,995

    FOR SALE A Ford Escort Mk2 RS1800 Custom Recreation in Press Car Carnival Red EQUIPMENT Two circular halogen headlights, front air dam, rubberised tail spoiler, unique bodyside stripes, ‘RS1800’ decals, laminated windscreen, simulated leather covered sports steering wheel, hazard warning flashers, heated rear window, separate fuel, water temperature and oil pressure gauges, padded sun visors, two-speed heater, aeroflow ventilation with eye ball vents. Optional Equipment: Vinyl roof, remote black door mirrors, Custom Pack comprising of, centre console, glove box, facia mounted clock. EXTERIOR The exterior of this RS 1800 Recreation is stunning in every respect. Finished in the same colour as the Ford Press Car, Carnival Red, it has a wonderful polished sheen and uniform appearance. The distinctive squared-up nose styling and front air dam are iconic features of this Ford Rallye Sport Escort and remain free from damage. The glass, rubbers and lights remain in excellent order along with the optional factory fitted vinyl roof. Correct decals adorn the flanks as per the Ford Press Car and Geneva Motor Show car. Utterly gorgeous and a real show stopper. INTERIOR The interior of this RS1800 offers simple sporting pleasure. The twin high back reclining Scheel front seats in Black fabric, (code A7) with head restraints are amazing, perfectly clean and offer incredible support. The carpets, fully trimmed door cards and black fascia are all very clean. All the gauges and warning lights function correctly with the ‘RS’ logo within the five white needle instrument cluster reminding the driver how special this Ford is. The correct 120mph speedo is fitted. The headlining is correctly finished in black and the boot area is spotlessly clean still protected by the almost impossible to source fitted mat and the rubber strap holding the spare wheel. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION This example is fitted with the desirable Zetec E Ford RS1800 engine which powered the Fiesta RS1800 between 1992-1995. The engine has had a complete rebuild with new pistons, oil pump, water pump, core plugs and a full tune and service. 128bhp is quoted for the standard engine with 0-60mph of 8.3secs and a top speed of 112mph on par with the original. The engine bay has been detailed and is spotlessly clean. A rebuilt 5-speed Type-9 gearbox with a new clutch and quick-shift gives an exhilarating drive. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Standard and very rare 5.5JX13 bright silver painted steel styled wheels with metal RS centre caps are shod in matching 185/60 R13 tyres. The braking system has been upgraded with larger front discs and rear drums from a Capri 2.8 Special with brake bias control to offer adequate braking performance. HISTORY FILE With only 109 road cars built between March 1975 and September 1977 the Escort RS 1800 Mk2 is an exceptionally rare and sought after car. All RS1800`s were produced in Diamond white with the exceptions of one Geneva Motor Show car and one Press Car JJN 100N that were produced in Carnival Red, and to date another road car leaving the factory in Venetian Red XYD 992S. (Source Ford RS Owners Club). This example is a recreation of the Ford Press Car and was originally supplied by Rallye Sport dealers, Thomas Motors Ltd in Cleveleys to Mr Todd as a 2 door 1300 Ghia on the 10th August 1976. On his passing in 1981 his wife, Mrs Nora Todd, took ownership and it remained largely unused until blue oval enthusiast, Martin Jones bought the car in November 2013 with 31,200 miles. Mr Jones, a Mechanical Engineer by profession, had restored a number of Lotus Cortina’s but always wanted to own a Mk2 Escort RS1800. Realising that sourcing such a project was becoming increasingly unlikely he set about sourcing the best Escort Mk2 2 door he could find and built his own recreation. His efforts are truly remarkable with an appearance at the NEC Classic Car Show where the owner of the genuine Venetian Red RS1800 example remarked, ‘it’s a credit to the owner, it's a fantastic car!’ MOT September 2017, HPI Clear To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/9rZkDQA6Gss To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskJwjeZS '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
    • Year: 1976
    • Mileage: 32107 mi
    • Engine size: 1.8
    For sale
  • Peugeot 405

    £2,295

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 widely acclaimed Peugeot 405GR with just 27,847 miles and two owners. EQUIPMENT Bodyside mouldings with bright insert, bodyside tapes, power assisted steering, laminated windscreen, bronze tinted glass, electrically operated and heated door mirrors, electric front windows, digital clock, roof console with map reading lamp, ski flap boot access, locking glovebox, Clarion 97001E 6 Speaker stereo cassette, retractable aerial in rear wing, tachometer, brake fluid level and pad wear indicator, intermittent wipers, washer jets mounted on wiper arms. Factory options; Rear spoiler. EXTERIOR A stylish design by Pininfarina, this Phase 1 Peugeot 405GR is finished in optional Aztec Gold Metallic (code M0CN) and is in exceptional order with a bright polished finish and only minimal faint blemishes. A tiny shallow ding to the front offside wing and very light scratches to the bumper plastics are worthy of mention but do not detract from the excellent overall appearance. Etched glass and lights as well as supplying dealer number plates and rear screen sticker remain fitted to further uphold the originality. Classic chic lines from Peugeots design heyday to truly take your breath away! INTERIOR The sumptuous and immensely comfortable interior is typically ‘of the era’ from French manufacturers with large soft seats and plush upholstery. The Chatsworth Beige velour upholstery is virtually perfect owing to the amazingly low mileage covered. There are no rips or wear to the bolsters whatsoever, and the carpets, headlining and door cards have been very well preserved. The fascia and switchgear are as new and the original Clarion 97001E stereo cassette remains fitted. A spotlessly clean boot area has manufacturer stickers and markings still present and no luggage damage. A spacious modern classic interior, brilliantly cared for and ready for family classic car outings. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The four cylinder 1905cc engine develops 110 BHP at 6000rpm to offer spritely performance whilst achieving a top speed of 118mph and 0-62mph in 10.2 seconds. The remarkably clean engine bay remains exactly as intended and displays factory stickers, plates and panel stampings. The five speed manual transmission offers light and direct changes with crisp clutch action. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The wheels remain fitted with the factory original full wheel covers, all number plate etched and just one displaying slight damage. The 185/65 R14 tyres have plenty of tread remaining, two of which are the original and desirable Goodyear Eagle NCT 2 items. The twin circuit diagonally split braking system features front discs and rear drums to offer straight and steady stopping power. HISTORY FILE Supplied new on the 4th September 1990 by Peugeot Main Agents, Henly’s of York, this wonderful example has covered just 27,847 miles from new with only two keepers. The first keeper was Mr Stanley Barnes who owned the car for over 25 years! Upon his passing, the vehicle was rescued from long term storage and purchased in 2015 by Mr Graham Waller of Club Peugeot UK. His desire to cement a positive future for the car and to ensure its longevity, he embarked on a process of recommissioning this low mileage example including a service, cambelt, water pump and brake overhaul, all evidenced with invoices. The history file further consists of the dealer supplied Peugeot wallet containing all handbooks, operating guides and point of sale literature. The service record book contains five stamped entries, the most recent being July 2016 at 27,492 miles. Furthermore, the history file contains some invoices and previous MOT certificates along with two keys and an original Peugeot 405 sales brochure. A very capable modern classic Peugeot with low mileage and low owner credentials clear to see. MOT May 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/W_g1AOGr2-c To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/h63C47 '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: 27847 mi
    • Engine size: 1.9
    For sale
  • Ford Cortina

    £5,895

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 original Ford Cortina Mk5 1600L with an incredible 28,966 miles from new EQUIPMENT All steel welded integral construction, safety glass all round, laminated windscreen, louvered radiator grill, bright drip-rail, windshield and rear window inserts, anti-burst locks, bright bumpers, bodyside rubbing strip, black side window frames, perforated headlining, lockable glovebox, ‘hangdown’ centre console, vanity mirror, seat valances, cigar lighter, Ford push button radio, boot mat, two rear coat hooks, instrument illumination control, two speed wipers with ‘flick’ wipe, electric screen wash. Dealer fitted options; Ford mud flaps, wheel embellishers. EXTERIOR This beautiful Mk5 1600L, the final incarnation of Ford’s iconic Cortina is finished in original Corsican Blue (code L0). The factory paint has a glorious deep uniform shine owing to the remarkably low miles covered and the truly cosseted ownership. All factory panels are straight with even gaps and free from corrosion, and the underside is structurally perfect having been protected from new, confirmed by the original Bodyshield window sticker. There are even factory stickers still affixed to the rear axle and exhaust! Only tiny hairline scratches to the paintwork in some areas have remained untreated in order to retain the honest unrestored nature of this fantastic example. All trim sections, glass, lights and badges are pristine and the original supplying dealer number plates, tax disc holder and rear screen sticker remain. Now representing a very rare sight, this truly special Ford Cortina has remained exactly as Ford intended and is certain to delight the avid blue oval enthusiast! INTERIOR A factory fresh 1980’s Ford interior even down to the factory build stickers still attached to the seat bases! The term ‘time warp’ can often be used loosely, but upon climbing into this spacious Cortina cabin it’s certainly justified. The perfect Savannah Blue (code F1) fabric seats are completely free from wear or damage commensurate of a car with such few miles covered. The spotless colour keyed carpets, matching door cards and perforated headlining firmly uphold the showroom fresh appeal. All switchgear and functions operate exactly as intended and are housed in a perfect dashboard with no cracks or sun related distortion whatsoever. A wonderfully original classic Ford interior, worthy of the guaranteed praise and accolade it receives. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Ford’s time tested and trustworthy 1600 OHC unit needs little introduction. With a power output of 90bhp, a top speed of 101mph and a 0-60 time of 10.9 seconds allow the car to match the pace of modern traffic with ease. The engine is whisper quiet and wonderfully smooth with recent servicing and timing belt change carried out for peace of mind. Bonnet up exhibiting is a must with this example. The four speed all synchromesh manual gearbox feels light with a positive clutch action and relaxed motoring is effortless. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Five styled steel wheels with 13 x 4.5in rims are factory original with all manufacturer stampings clearly defined, and dealer optional chrome embellishers have been fitted. Four new and virtually unused Goodyear Duragrip 165/80 R13 tyres have been fitted by the previous keeper and the spare wheel remains shod in the original the original Dunlop SP4 rubber. Recently overhauled hydraulic dual line brakes with servo assistance offer ample stopping power and complete assurance. HISTORY FILE Supplied new by Ford Main Dealer A.E. Chatfield Ltd of Stoke on Trent and first registered on 23rd April 1980, this stunning Ford Cortina has had just four keepers from new. The first and second registered keepers being husband and wife Mr and Mrs Windsor. The vehicle was registered new in Mr Windsor’s name until being transferred to Mrs Windsor upon his passing in February 1991. Mrs Windsor had cherished the car remarkably until 2014 when she herself passed away. The third keeper Mr David Eastwood an avid Cortina fan and Area Representative for the Ford Cortina Owners Club heard about the car and took ownership in order to ensure its safe future. This low mileage delight sat proudly aside his Mk5 2.3 Ghia and Mk3 Saloon, and you can visit http://www.fordday.co.uk/a-word-from-dave/ to see Mr Eastwood’s enthusiasm for the marque. KGF Classic Cars are delighted to have this example back again after selling it in July 2014 to enthusiast Garry Bingham who has now decided to pursue his dream of owning a Mk2 Granada! A large collection of MOT certificates in the history file enable the reader to fully track the 28,966 miles covered and a collection of previous maintenance invoices are present. All original handbooks, operating guides and the Ford service booklet remain with the car. There is even a photograph dated April 1983 of the car sat with a brand new Austin Mini Metro! MOT May 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: http://youtu.be/PReCrfr1DEU To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kgfclassiccars/sets/72157645253915015 '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: 19 Days Old
    • Year: 1980
    • Mileage: 28966 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Ford Capri

    £18,395

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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. The 2016 Capri National Day Concours Winner, a perfect Mk1 1600XL. EQUIPMENT Safety glass all round, anti-burst locks, air extraction vents, bright metal ornamentation, bright metal window side mouldings, drip rail mouldings, water temperature gauge, warning lights for generator, oil, main beam and direction indicators, foot operated windscreen washer. Custom Plan XL Pack; Exterior dress up and interior refinement pack, reclining front bucket seats, individual contoured rear bench, fold down armrest, dipping rear view mirror, dual horns, handbrake warning lamps, additional courtesy lamp, twin reversing lamps, distinctive XL badging. Factory options; Automatic transmission, sports road wheels, heated rear window. Dealer options; Front seat belts. EXTERIOR To state that this astonishing Mk1 1600XL won the Concours Mk1 trophy at the Capri National Day in May 2016 offers an insight to just how special this car is. Finished in its original shade of Light Grey (code D), Ford produced the colour for just six months from August 1971, and this is the only one known to the Capri Mk1 Owners Club. The paintwork is exceptional having been subject to a documented restoration including a fully detailed and painted underside, even down to zinc plated nuts, bolts and fixings. A beautifully smooth and polished shine is worthy of its praise from Concours Judges and original trim pieces such as the weather strips, rubbers and brightwork have taken preference over inferior aftermarket replacements. Incredibly, this example still wears its factory panels including the front wings displaying the unique upturn to the wheelarch edge as well as the original rear arches with factory welds visible. Custom Plan XL Pack specific features such as the irreplaceable fluted tailpipe trim and the twin reversing lamps below bumper have been retained for absolute accuracy. Unconditionally outstanding and one of the best existing examples. INTERIOR The interior of this award winning example is truly fascinating not only in condition but more so that it is completely original! The factory super grade vinyl seat coverings are amazingly well preserved with no damage or visible wear and the loop pile carpeting has been protected superbly. The dashboard and fascia are remarkable with no cracking or fading and the steering wheel still features the often deteriorated or removed leather covering. The very critical eye would note that the headlining has slight discolouration, and the aluminium tread plates show a natural patina. The boot area houses the original jack and complete Ford toolkit, and factory markings and the original delicate plastic rear lens covers remain undamaged. Blue oval royalty. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The standard 1600cc Crossflow engine offers modern traffic competing capabilities with a top speed of 96mph and 0-60 in 14 seconds. The spotlessly clean engine bay is strictly standard with genuine Ford Motorcraft service items and even the rocker cover ‘1600’ affixed at an angle, just as it left the factory! The correct oil fitted shock absorbers and strut tops also feature along with a genuine original Ford exhaust. A further unique item is the long and narrow Lincon battery sited on the left side of the engine compartment, specific to the auto models only whereby a revised battery tray design was required. The factory optional automatic transmission performs exactly as it should. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The optional sports road wheels remain in the correct silver with black infils. This Capri was manufactured with Goodyear radial tyres and the previous fastidious keeper with accuracy in mind has ensured that only the same brand should be fitted. The servo assisted brakes with front discs and rear drums bring the car up straight and true. HISTORY FILE Built in December 1971 at Halewood and registered new on 1st January 1972 by Ford Main Agents, Hendy Lennox (Bournemouth) Ltd, this pre facelift Mk1 Capri has had just four keepers and covered a verified 36,381 miles from new. An original typed purchase note depicts a purchase price of £1,101. 10s 5d including £45. 13s 11d for the XL Plan and £535. 0s. 0d part exchange against a Daimler! The history file is incredible with the original handbook and service book containing supplying Ford Main Dealer stamped entries up to 1980 with supporting invoices. Substantial MOT and paperwork history thereafter fully verifies the mileage. The previous keeper purchased the car in 2008 and has since embarked upon an incredible quest to build arguably the best example in existence. Attention to detail, originality and accuracy being paramount, a photographic restoration file is supported by a huge documented folder. The car is known to both Kevin Folds, Club Secretary of the Capri Mk1 Owners Club, and Glyn Watson, Chairman of same. A first place trophy at the 2016 Capri National Day is included in the history file along with club magazine features. Only a personal inspection can really reveal the true magic of this Mk1 Capri 1600XL, an undisputed champion and an absolute credit to its creator. MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/p8cKaVOt1uQ To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskCPXZrF '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: 1972
    • Mileage: 36381 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Mini Cooper 1.3i

    £11,495

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 striking Mini Classic Cooper Sport Pack with just 21,400 miles. EQUIPMENT Old English White roof, door mirrors, and bonnet stripes, chrome brightwork, opening rear quarter windows, twin coachlines and decals, Mini winged bonnet and boot badges, halogen headlamps, headlamp levelling switch, heated rear window, cream faced instrument gauges, full width burr walnut fascia, chrome gear lever, beige leather gearknob and gaiter, driver’s airbag, side intrusion beams, perimetric anti-theft alarm with passive engine immobiliser and remote activation, internal bonnet release. Factory options; Black full leather seats facings. Factory Sports Option Pack comprising; Large body coloured wheelarch extensions, 2 driving lamps + 2 fog lamps, sports accelerator pedal, Koni shock absorbers, additional gauges in fascia, 13”x6” Sports Style alloy wheels. Dealer accessories; Union Jack roof decal, ‘John Cooper’ signature on bonnet stripes. EXTERIOR The original Mini warrants little introduction having gained iconic status and is widely regarded as amongst the most ground breaking and historically significant cars of all time. This very late example is finished in its original Solar Red and Old English White colour scheme (code WEN). The vibrant paint finish is simply stunning with a deep lustrous polished shine. All factory panels are straight and damage free with clearly defined seam lines. A new vehicle order form and sales receipt confirms the dealer option of a Union Jack roof decal and ‘John Cooper’ bonnet stripe signatures at a cost of £424.95, still immaculately attached. Even sharp eyed scrutineers will struggle to fault this example which is testament to the exceptionally low mileage covered under cosseted ownership, and only a tiny paintwork blemish to the scuttle panel can be detected. All trim sections, chromework, badges and decals are in prime order. The Quadoptic halogen lights, driving lamps and front fogs are original fitments and fully operate. A truly exceptional example. INTERIOR Lavishly trimmed, the factory optional full leather interior in Black (Code PMA), is in pristine order thanks again to the very low miles. Natural light veins to the steering wheel often worn smooth on most examples remain prominent but the gearknob colouring has faded slightly. The immaculate carpets have been protected by genuine Mini Cooper velour mats and the door cards are perfect. The cream faced instruments set within the unmarked burr walnut facia function correctly along with all other controls. The correct stereo cassette player with the Mini logo remains fitted. The spotless boot area houses the original steel spare wheel alongside the factory supplied jack in its Mini logo pouch. A stunning classic Mini interior, totally unspoilt and utterly faultless. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The time proven Rover Group A-Series engine used in the final production cars utilises the 1275cc unit mated to Multi-Point fuel Injection to lower emissions and increase performance to a refined yet punchy 62bhp. The delightful and unobtrusive rasp from the factory standard exhaust is a hoot! The spotless engine bay displays all factory stickers, plates and tags ready for bonnet up exhibiting. The four speed gearbox is smooth, precise and a pleasure to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Cooper Sport 13in alloy wheels with the correct Mini Cooper centre logo caps remain in fantastic order with only tiny and minimal hairline scratches visible. Previous keepers insistent on originality have specified only factory correct Dunlop SP Sport 175/50 R13 replacement tyres which have ample tread remaining. The servo assisted brakes incorporating front discs and rear drums bring the car to a prompt and assured halt. HISTORY FILE This exceptional Mini Cooper has had just two private owners and has covered a mere 21,400 miles from new. The supplying Rover Main Dealer, Dixon Rover of York, pre-registered the vehicle on the 18th January 2000 before selling it to the first keeper Mrs Moira Wileman two days later with the original bill of sale still in the file! The car was cherished by Mrs Wileman and kept strictly garaged until being sold to the second and only other private custodian, Mr William Ward, in October 2012. The comprehensive history file contains all previous MOT certificates to fully warrant the low mileage, plus a large collection of regular service receipts and maintenance invoices, the most recent service invoice being August 2016. In addition, the Green Mini wallet houses all the dealership supplied literature, handbooks and service booklet containing supplying Rover Main Dealer stamped entries. Completing the history file is an original sales brochure including price list, accessories booklet and even the unique Mini postcards! Two sets of keys with remote fobs are present. A first classic example guaranteed to delight any classic Mini collector and enthusiast alike. MOT June 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/_vNhluxT00k To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskFdth25 '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: 16 Days Old
    • Year: 2000
    • Mileage: 21400 mi
    • Engine size: 1.3
    For sale
  • Ferrari Dino 308

    £52,395

    FOR SALE An evolutionary Ferrari Dino 308GT4 with an impeccable history file EQUIPMENT Tubular frame chassis, steel bodyshell, retractable headlight pods, chrome-edged bumpers, front and rear opening panels, ‘cavallino rampante’ and Dino badging, iodine fog lights, power windows, twin Fiamm horns, lockable glovebox, full Veglia Borletti instruments, tell-tale warning lamps, intermittent wipers, Momo steering wheel, front and rear ashtrays. Factory Options: Air conditioning. EXTERIOR Edgy, modernist styling from Bertone is handsome and distinctive and was led by legendary designer Marcello Gandini, the genius behind Lamborghini’s Muira and the outrageous Countach. A departure from the elegant Pininfarina designs and still debated to this day there is no mistaking this 308GT4 finished in stunning Rosso Corsa. In 2011 Furlonger workshops carried out a minor restoration on the car preserving a lot of the original features but refreshing the paintwork from a well documented colour change. Fabulous in every respect and a testament to its exemplary condition is a seven page feature in Classic & Sports Car from November 2012, a copy of which remains with the car. INTERIOR Optional black full leather seat facings in this 308GT4 are in excellent condition along with the contrasting Bordeaux carpeting. Some minor wear to the clean carpets and piping do not detract from the impressive cockpit. Seven Veglia Borletti instruments bearing a Dino script logo work perfectly along with all the attractive chrome sliders and switch gear. The three brushed aluminium dash panels angled towards the driver are simply automotive art and the Momo leather-rimmed steering wheel with the circular horn push proudly displaying the ‘cavallino rampante’ reminds the driver how special this car is. Often missing items such as the seat belt clip to assist access to the rear proves the originality. Sculpted rear seats with head restraints and seatbelts offers practically as does the deep luggage area still carpeted in the original heavy-duty hessian style weave. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The first car to receive the excellent V8 powerplant was the Ferrari 308GT4. Incredibly and until the 1980’s each engine was assembled by a single engine builder and this mid-mounted V8 is fed by four Weber 40 DCNF carburettors producing an exhilarating induction note. 255bhp and 283Nm of torque is enough to propel this car to 60mph in 6.2 secs and on to a top speed of 155mph. Regular documented servicing ensures excellent reliability and performance. The last service at Furlonger was on the 8th August 2016 and cost £800.77. The 5-speed gearbox with a single plate dry clutch is controlled perfectly through the Ferrari open-gated gearshift selector. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Ferrari 16'' Speedline light alloy wheels are shod in premium and matching Goodyear 205/55 R16 front and 225/50 R16 rear tyres with ample tread. The effective braking system comprises of four-wheel ventilated disc brakes with a Bonaldi vacuum servo on a dual circuit. Still impressive to this day and bringing the Ferrari to a rapid halt. HISTORY FILE From a total production of just 2826 only 587 were RHD models. This late Series 2 example was registered on the 21st December 1978 by UK authorised Ferrari Main Agents, Cooper Car Sales Ltd Leicester. The first owner, Mr William Monks of the Monks Group Builders Merchants, repurchased the car from the second owner after regretting the sale! Since then a further five custodians have cherished the car with the fourth, David Taylor, acquiring the vehicle in 1983 and owning for 26 years only relinquishing on his death in 2009. During his lengthy ownership he had the car fully restored by Dorchester Auto Engineering and a detailed summary of the work undertaken, can be found in the comprehensive history file. The current owner, Mr Parmenter, purchased the vehicle from Ferrari specialists, Furlonger, who know the car intimately having sold it on two prior occasions and being responsible for its routine servicing and belt changes along with Foskers, the UK's oldest independent Ferrari specialist. Mr Parmenter’s fixation with historical content includes correspondence with prior owners, a full comprehensive breakdown together with supporting invoices and bills of expenditure year on year from 1983 to current day. This car also features in his book, ‘My Half Century Love of the Motor Car 1965 – 2015’. All handbooks, service books, spare keys and manuals are present. A magazine feature is also included along with an original sales brochure. A video of the car on the YouTube Channel, Seen Through Glass, can be viewed HERE at 5.35min https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yxMtSzwUcE. MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/N4DP0Qgj9ww To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskGQ6dg4 '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: 19 Days Old
    • Year: 1978
    • Mileage: 62022 mi
    • Engine size: 3
    For sale
  • Ford Escort Mk2

    £29,995

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 enthusiast owned and iconic Ford Escort Mk2 RS2000 in show condition. EQUIPMENT Polyurethane front end incorporating four Cibie quartz halogen headlamps, front air dam, rubberised tail spoiler, twin bodyside coachline, RS2000 decals, black door mirrors, laminated windscreen, hazard warning flashers, heated rear window, separate fuel, water temperature and oil pressure gauges, padded sun visors, two-speed heater, aeroflow ventilation with eye ball vents. RS Custom features; Recaro front seats with fishnet headrests, centre console, glovebox, quartz clock, remote control drivers door mirror, bronze tinted glass, full trimmed door cards, cut pile carpeting, vanity mirror, alloy road wheels. Accessories: CD Player. EXTERIOR This fabulous RS2000 is finished in classic Diamond White, (Code XSC-691), boasting an amazing deep show shine with a polished finish that will really impress onlookers. All trim sections, RS decals and badges remain intact and are in excellent order. Unique to the Custom model, Bronze tinted glass is fitted and the rubbers and door seals are soft and black. The polyurethane droop snoot is straight a perfectly colour matched along with all other panels with uniform gaps. The wheel recesses and the underside is spotlessly clean and black waxoyled for protection and use. Correct and desirable Cibie lights are fitted to all four units and the rubberised tail spoiler in straight and undamaged. Difficult to fault in every way. INTERIOR Factory build correct Custom trim has recently been appointed with Chocolate Beta Plus Fabric by renowned and trusted experts, Aldridge Trimming Ltd. The undamaged fascia and dash top houses fully functional gauges and equipment and the original simulated leather bound three spoke steering wheel remains fitted in perfect condition. The quartz clock is operational as is the heater fan on both settings. The cut pile carpets are clean and full and two period door speakers remain operational to a modern CD player. The original Custom cut pile carpet remains in the boot and perfectionists will spot the worn but pleasing to see colour code sticker. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The original matching numbers 1993cc SOHC engine has avoided the hugely common modification trend and is factory standard with amazing attention to detail allowing bonnet up exhibiting. Performance figures of 108.2mph top speed and 0-60 in just 8.5 seconds are quoted. A Type-9 five speed synchromesh gearbox is fitted and widely accepted to assist modern day cruising and improved economy. The correct four speed gear knob is fitted to the interior selector. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Machined polished RS style four spoke 6J x 13in alloy wheels are in immaculate order with matching Toyo Proxes 185/60 R13 tyres. Vacuum servo assisted front disc brakes with rear drums brakes offer fair braking but fall short of modern standards. HISTORY FILE Supplied new by Ford Rallye Sport Dealers, V.M.W. Motors on the 1st August 1980 to a Mr John Hicks. Supplied with the original Ford service book and incredibly every MOT from new to warrant the 93,420 miles. An A4 folder neatly displaying previous tax discs, old invoices and RS Owners Club Valuation Certificates makes fascinating reading and confirms authenticity with the RS Owners Club rarely seen. Two sets of keys with one key doing the ignition, door locks and boot. Coming from a stable of desirable RS Fords and only made available due to the previous owners acquisition of a concours Broadstripe, this car provides the RS2000 hunter a unique and highly sought after opportunity. MOT April 2017. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/ZOlISho-5zQ To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskGQ1mJr '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: 19 Days Old
    • Year: 1980
    • Mileage: 93420 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
  • Ford Cortina

    £6,695

    *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. One of the very last Mk5 Ford Cortina Crusaders made with only 24,137 miles EQUIPMENT All steel welded integral construction, safety glass all round, laminated windscreen, four bat louvered radiator grill, bright drip-rail, anti-burst locks, bright bumpers, bodyside rubbing strip, black door window frames, passenger door mirror, locking fuel cap, rear centre armrest, adjustable head restraints, map pockets, wood veneer door capping, boot mat, ‘eyeball’ face level vents, two rear coat hooks, Ford P21 push button radio, front armrest with trinket box, wood effect facia, panel rheostat, quartz clock. EXTERIOR A unique special edition Crusader is one of the final incarnations of Ford’s iconic Cortina MkV, sometimes known as the Cortina 80 being the facelift version of the MKIV. Finished in striking Caribbean Blue, (Code J2) the paintwork is glossy with the smart twin pinstripe running the whole length of the car and across the centre panel of the bonnet adding a touch of style. The bonnet has two light chalking marks and a small section of the wheel arch line to the N/S/F paint has worn thin through over polishing. The car displays fabulous originality with Ford branded halogen headlamps crystal clear and dealer supplied rear number plate. The wheel arch apertures and door shuts are beautifully clean thanks to fair weather use and classic car show exhibiting. A rare survivor. INTERIOR A factory fresh 1980’s Ford interior, unique, refined and well specified. The dark Durham and light Velour plush fabric trimmed reclining two-tone seats match the colour keyed thick pile carpet normally reserved for Ghia models only. Carpeted lower sections on the doors raise to a light crushed velour topped by unmarked but slighted faded wood veneer door cappings adding luxury to this impressive livery. With such low mileage covered all switchgear and gauges function correctly and the dashboard wood effect facia is perfect. The four-spoke steering wheel displays prominent veins and the pedal rubbers are unworn. The original push button radio has been disconnected and the boot area remains unused with jack and wheel brace in situ. Impeccable pedigree. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Ford’s time tested and trustworthy 1600 OHC unit with single variable venturi carburettor has power output of 73bhp a top speed of 93mph and a 0-60 time of 13.0 seconds. The engine bay is very clean with manufacturer stickers and metal plates still attached. The four speed all synchromesh manual gearbox is positive and light to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Standard sports road wheels have been repainted and the bright embellishers remain correctly attached. New Uniroyal Rain Expert 165/80R13 tyres have been fitted but the factory supplied from new Michelin XZX items are supplied with the car. The spare wheel remains unused and immaculate with the Michelin tyre. Hydraulic dual line brakes with servo assistance and uprated callipers offer ample stopping power and complete assurance. HISTORY FILE Supplied new by Ford Main Dealers, Norman Reeves Motors Ltd and first registered on the 5th January 1983. The very last Cortina made was a Silver Crusader 1.6 Saloon on the 22nd July 1982 which remains in the Ford Heritage Centre in Dagenham. Both Fords own heritage car and this example share the same ‘CM’ chassis prefix proving the July 82 factory build and therefore being one of the last cars to roll off the factory line! Fords own car was actually registered on the 14th December 1982 and before this car despite being the last one made. The first owner, a Mrs Janet Reeves, reputedly a family member of the Dealership group, who disliked the jellymould appearance of the new Ford Sierra, opted for the Cortina. It has since remained enthusiast owned with just four former keepers and membership to the Ford Cortina Owners Club. The previous owner Mr Manning has collated a mass of Mk5 Cortina adverts in the quest to acquire one of the best and last available and this car is a credit to his efforts. A collection of old MOT certificates, all the vehicle handbooks including the service book and even a new car sales brochure makes this car a prized Cortina for the collector. MOT May 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/2Z2Lp_R2J0o To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskBUaqKj '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: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1983
    • Mileage: 24137 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Mini Cooper

    £13,695

    *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 final Mini Classic Cooper Sport 2000 with one owner and 15,953 miles MODEL HISTORY Due to the immense popularity of the Sports Pack, an option on 1997-2000 Minis, Rover decided to release a final standalone model with it fitted as standard. The Classic Cooper Sport was born, and became the flagship of the Mini range. Just 2091 RHD Classic Cooper Sports were made from the last batch of production each with the unique SAXXNP chassis number. Today these are highly sought after and rare cars with just 587 known to the register EQUIPMENT Platinum Silver roof, door mirrors, and bonnet stripes, chrome brightwork, opening rear quarter windows, twin coachlines and decals, Mini winged bonnet and boot badges, derivative and GB boot badges, large body coloured wheelarch extensions, halogen headlamps, front driving and fog lights, heated rear window, cream faced instrument gauges including tachometer, water temperature, oil temperature, battery condition, analogue clock, alloy fascia, alloy gearknob, alloy door furniture, driver’s airbag, side intrusion beams, perimetric anti-theft alarm with passive engine immobiliser and remote activation, internal bonnet release. EXTERIOR This historically important Mini was made at the end of the line and is finished in British Racing Green, (Code WNS) with a contrasting Platinum Silver roof, (Code MNX). The paintwork boasts a beautiful glossy shine with a silky smooth and uniform finish which warrants the low miles covered. The purposeful Sport Pack, unmarked decals and bright chrome work complement the polished paint to create an outstanding appearance. The front bumper has a tiny mark along with the bonnet which does not detract from the show winning credentials. Factory stickers to the front and side glass remain and the correct Quadoptic halogen lights, driving lamps and front fogs are fitted. At the rear the proud GB, Sport chrome badges and dealer supplied number plate are present. Stunning. INTERIOR Lavishly trimmed, the full leather interior in Black and Nickle Silver, (Code WNP), is in incredible order thanks to the one careful custodian and low miles. Natural light veins to all seating is unavoidable but no wear to the silver inserts and silver coated steering wheel can be detected. The pristine carpets have been protected by genuine Mini Cooper velour mats and the door cards are perfect. The cream faced instruments set within the unmarked alloy facia function correctly along with all other controls. The correct CD player with the Mini logo remains fitted. Devine. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The time proven Rover Group A-Series engine used in this final production car utilises the 1275cc unit mated to Multi-Point fuel Injection to lower emissions and increase performance to a refined yet punchy 62bhp. The delightful and unobtrusive rasp from the factory standard exhaust is a hoot! The engine bay is spotless and factory standard to allow exhibiting. The four speed gearbox is smooth, precise and a pleasure to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Cooper Sport 13in alloy wheels with the correct green Mini centre logo caps remain in fantastic order and are still shod in matching Dunlop SP2000 175/50 R13 tyres. Although ample tread remains and original fitment is desired by collectors, due to age, a change is recommended. The servo assisted brakes incorporating front discs and rear drums bring the car to a prompt and assured halt. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 1st September 2000 by Rover Main Dealers, Mann Egerton of Norwich, this Mini Classic Cooper Sport 2000 has been owned from new by Mrs Dunham. The original new vehicle invoice confirms the model and the optional extras of pearlescent paint and a single CD player. The service portfolio handbook has the correct vehicle label sticker and 15 stamped entries with accompanying invoices to warrant the 15,953 miles covered. All handbooks contained within a pristine Mini black leather A5 wallet are present and a spare set of keys and remote remain in a clear bag. This example represents the pinnacle of the late Rover Mini incarnations, a firm must have for any classic Mini fan and collector. MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/r4CUB59hE_I To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskF4YZwN '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: 25 Days Old
    • Year: 2000
    • Mileage: 15953 mi
    • Engine size: 1.3
    For sale
  • Ford Orion

    £2,995

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 sensational Ford Orion 1.6 Ghia with two owners and 29,333 miles EQUIPMENT Heated electric door mirrors, rear windscreen incorporated aerial, central locking, tinted glass, tilt/slide sunroof with louvred shutter, split-fold 60:40 rear seats, centre armrest, electric front windows, front and rear headrests, tachometer, quartz digital clock, centre console with integral coin slots cassette storage, cigarette lighter, FM cassette (ESRT 32PS) with joystick balance control, glove box illumination, boot light EXTERIOR This remarkably well preserved Orion is finished in metallic and cost optional, Crystal Blue, (Code U7). A uniform deep gloss finish has been preserved thanks to garaged storage and the low miles covered. Incredibly the car still wears original panels with date stampings and underside originality is visible with items such as the Motorcraft exhaust system. The bodyside mouldings with bright inserts are untouched but the rear bumper has a minor stress fracture and one ding to the drivers door and two to the passenger. All glass is window etched and both front Halogen headlamps are correct Carello items. The car retains its dealer number plates front and rear and all Ghia badging is present. INTERIOR Trimmed in luxurious shadow Olivia cloth with matching door panel inserts the specialist materials unique to the Ghia model are pristine. Fully commensurate with the low mileage and cherished ownership the coloured keyed cut pile carpet has been protected by genuine rubber floor mats from new. All switchgear is functional and surrounding dash trim unmarked. Lift the carpet in the immaculate boot area reveals factory PDI stickers and even the Ford radio and cassette holder remains fitted with joystick speaker control! Impossible to replicate. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The 1.6 litre lean burn OHC 4-cylinder engine with a sequential twin venturi carburettor produces 89bhp allowing a top speed of 108mph and 0-60mph in 11.4 seconds. Regular main dealer servicing despite the low mileage covered installs confidence in an immaculately presented engine bay. The optional automatic transmission with oil cooling cost the first owner an extra £525.03 and provides a relaxed driving experience. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES 6X13 steel wheels are graced with Ghia specification full wheel covers with chrome inserts and only one displays slight markings. Ford locking wheel nuts with box are included. All four tyres are premium branded with ample tread and the diagonally-split dual line servo assisted braking system with front discs and self-adjusting rear drums stops with assurance. HISTORY FILE Supplied by Ford Main Dealers, Dagenham Motors Ltd and registered new on the 16th September 1986, this car has only ever had two owners. Mrs Double was the first keeper for 25 years and while in her possession it made 17 visits for servicing, of which 14 were to a Ford Main Dealer. The last entry while in her care was to Dagenham Motors in 2010 at 23,216 miles. The stamped service book is substantiated by hard copy service invoices. Mr and Mrs Hinson took ownership in 2011 purely as a recreational vehicle for attending classic car shows whereby servicing was bestowed by Mr Hinson himself. A recent service using genuine Ford parts was carried out on the 8th August 2016 at 29,297 miles. All handbooks are present and this fabulous 30 year old survivor is sure to please any Blue Oval fan. MOT July 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/4r7LS2vQtcU To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskF127Hk '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: 25 Days Old
    • Year: 1986
    • Mileage: 29333 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale
  • Honda Prelude

    £3,995

    *SIMILAR CLASSIC 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 sleek Honda Prelude Deluxe, father and son owned with 42,171 miles EQUIPMENT Retractable halogen headlights, laminated front window, smoked glass sunroof, rear window wiper, remote boot lid and fuel cap opening, felt lined glovebox, coin pocket, instrument rheostat, tachometer, safety indicator panel, digital clock, lights ‘on’ chime, cigarette lighter, folding rear seat back. Dealer fit: Rear spoiler, body stripes, alloy wheels. EXTERIOR This elegant sports coupe is finished in Stratos Blue, (Code B30M) and thanks to the electrostatic paint application and garage storage, still looks incredibly sharp today. The polypropylene bumpers, side protection moulding and chrome window inlays are unmarked and the dealer fitted body stripes help accentuate the tapering wedge bonnet and upswept tail. A uniform gloss shine will please show goers and complete originality can be witnessed throughout including the Honda F1 World Championship sticker in the rear screen! One for the Honda connoisseur. INTERIOR Luxurious interior appointments and advanced technical specification help explain why this second generation Prelude was at the forefront of design. The firmly contoured rally style seats finished in Blue, (Type C), show virtually no wear with only the drivers bolster corduroy material slightly stretched. Perfection seeking purists will note the factory interior and exterior colour code stickers in the spotless door shuts and tyre inflation sticker to the drivers door bottom. Four genuine Honda logoed rubber floor mats have protected the blue carpeting from new and all controls function with precision including the easy read instruments backlit with a soft orange glow. The supplying dealer tax disc holder is present. Practicality is offered with folding rear seat backs, 2+2 seating with rear seatbelts and a generous boot capacity. Difficult to fault. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The 1829cc OHC four cylinder power plant has a three valve per cylinder layout and produces 105bhp at 5500rpm. Bonnet up exhibitors will enjoy the cleanliness and originality with all manufacturer markings and stickers intact. The smoothly responsive engine is coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission which offers a swift precise gear change and light action clutch. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The original bill of sale reveals the first owner paid £150 for the optional 5J X 16 alloy wheels which are all unmarked and shod in branded 185/70 R13 tyres with ample tread. The spare wheel is still fitted with the factory supplied Michelin XVS item. The four wheel disc braking system, ventilated up front, is servo assisted and diagonally split to ensure safety. A recent overhaul has been performed. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 17th February 1984 by Honda Main Dealers, Sheaf Motors in Sheffield to a Mr A Green. The purchase invoice reveals a total price of £7443.25 was paid which includes a rear spoiler at £35, body strips at £30 and alloy wheels at £150! Returning to the supplying dealer for servicing until 1994 whereupon a relocation to Grantham entrusted a local garage for regular maintenance. The service book has 14 entries backed by physical invoices. Upon the owners retirement the vehicle was inherited by his son, Mr J Green, who used the vehicle sparingly until 2002 when a total of 42,140 miles had been covered. Every MOT and tax disc has been neatly filed until this point when careful storage followed. Mr J Green recently made the difficult decision to part with the car knowing it was his fathers pride and joy but they both wish the vehicle to go to a good home. Every document has been retained, from handbooks to sales brochures when purchased new. The service book still has the Honda Owners Card neatly housed in the pouch to the inside front cover and all keys with dealer key fobs are present. A rare unmolested and fun modern classic. MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/UnIQgZqsoh4 To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskBvLkQr 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://www.twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    Last update: 16 Days Old
    • Year: 1984
    • Mileage: 42171 mi
    • Engine size: 1.8
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  • Porsche 911

    £39,995

    FOR SALE An ultra rare collectors Porsche 911 Millennium Edition with 23,901 miles MODEL HISTORY The 911 is the epitome of individuality and in recognition of its unique place in motoring history, Porsche created a special limited edition to mark an unforgettable moment in the worlds timeline by creating the Porsche 911 for the Millennium. Just 911 were made guaranteeing exclusivity with unique exterior paintwork, natural interior and almost all of the special equipment options. EQUIPMENT Retractable rear spoiler, low angle Litronic headlamps, occupant side impact protection, airbags, Porsche Stability Management, digital speed indicator, electric memory heated sports seats, automatic climate control, cruise control, Porsche Communication Management (PCM) and Navigation, edition number plaque, electric sunroof, CD autochanger, Digital Sound Processing (DSP), rear wiper, lowered sports suspension. Dealer accessories; tailored carpet mats. EXTERIOR The exceptional 911 for the Millennium all feature Violet ChromaFlair paint work, (Code L3C5), and depending on light conditions the colour of the car changes from black to dark green to elegant violet. Number 493/911 has a virtually flawless factory finish which is guaranteed to impress even the most demanding scrutineer and the car is totally standard without exception. A miniscule mark to the rear number plate surround and stone chips to the front do not detract from the show winning appearance but rather prove originality. All painted surfaces were protected by Permagard 5000 treatment when the car was brand new and combined with indoor storage this sports car is stunningly beautiful. The correct 911 logo on the engine cover is still fitted. INTERIOR Many interior components of this rare Millennium Edition are crafted by hand taking hours of skilled workmanship. The unique Natural Brown leather, (Code TA), is used on the deeply bolstered sports seats, dashboard, door panels, instrument cover, column casing and even the PCM handset, all presented in exemplary condition. All the leather seats have natural light veins but no wear owing to the low miles and appreciative ownership. The tightly grouped overlapping layout of aluminium finish gauges with the tachometer in the centre are an unmistakable testament to the 911’s racing heritage and everything functions. The dark burr maple trim is unmarked and the carpeting has been protected by dealer fitted carpet mats from new. All door shuts and luggage areas are factory fresh with stickers still attached. Fully specified with every conceivable option the final stamp of exclusivity being the chrome-plated plaque with its unique edition number, 493. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The 3.4-litre engine in the 911 for the Millennium develops 300bhp and 350Nm of torque. A top speed of 174mph is quoted with 0-60mph despatched in 5.2 seconds. Featuring four-wheel drive with at least 5% of engine power always being applied to the front wheels pure pleasure is guaranteed. The 6-speed manual gearbox is precise with a short throw. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The 18inch Turbo-look one piece chrome polished alloy wheels are unique to the Millennium Edition and unmarked. Shod in matching and premium Michelin Pilot Sport 225/40 ZR18 tyres. The lightweight jack, tools, compressor and pressure tester are all present. The 4-piston monobloc fixed calipers proudly display the Porsche inscription and grip tightly to the vented cross-drilled discs. HISTORY FILE The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirms this 911 (996) Millennium Edition was produced on the 18th November 1999 and registered by Five Oaks Official Porsche Centre, Jersey, on the on the 19th January 2000. The first registered keeper, Mr Horsfall, cherished the car until June 2014 before selling the car to Midas Car Sales Ltd who handled the sale to the only other private owner, Mr William. The New Vehicle Order form reveals Mr Horsfall paid £62,700 when new and maintained the car well with eight services by Porsche main dealers and marque specialists despite covering low miles. The mileage is now only 23,910. All invoices, handbooks, spare keys and manuals are present. The black leather Porsche wallet contains all radio cards and instruction pamphlets and the desirable brochure specific for this model supplied when new is included. An ultra rare, sought-after modern classic and one for the Porsche enthusiast. MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/ZFIQy3e3Zfg To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/k2w575 '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
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  • Volkswagen Golf

    £2,995

    FOR SALE An unrivalled VW Golf Mk3 Driver 3dr with one owner and 25,511 miles EQUIPMENT Side impact protection, rigid safety cell, central locking, laminated windscreen, green tint insulating glass, angle vision door mirrors, halogen headlamps with warning buzzer, rear wash/wipe, rear spoiler, seatbelt tensioners, power steering, adjustable steering column, electric sunroof, heated washer jets, rev counter, clock, variable lighting control, time delay courtesy lighting, height adjustable sports seats, folding rear seats, rear seatbelts, padded steering wheel, Sony XR4409 radio cassette. Dealer options: VW Mudflaps, Cobra alarm, VW floor mats. EXTERIOR This impressive VW Golf Driver is finished in Tornado Red, (Colour Code LY3D), and maintains a deep polished shine having been garaged all its life by the only owner. Signs of a pampered existence are evident with unmarked bumpers, rubber side mouldings and body trimmings. Incredibly the yellow factory wax applied when new to protect the car when delivered to the dealer network can be traced in places. The supplying dealer rear window sticker and number plate are still affixed to the car along with a recent VW service reminder sticker to the front screen. Correct Hella headlamps and factory tint rear lenses are pristine. A future classic guaranteed. INTERIOR A truly spectacular interior with the sports seats finished in Cockpit Cloth with the matching unmarked cloth covered door and side panels. The bolsters remain perfectly shaped and unworn commensurate with the incredibly low mileage. The carpets are still protected by the original VW rubber mats. None of the plastic trim has been damaged and all the controls work as they should including the original Sony radio cassette. Door shuts are perfectly clean and even the steering wheel and gear knob retain their textured finishes. The boot area is pristine with the foam wheel arch trim to assist noise dampening undamaged. Perfectionists will adore the boot factory code sticker and production check sticker still attached. A remarkable factory fresh cockpit defying its 22 years of age. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The front in-line transversely mounted 1781cc engine with a light alloy cross flow cylinder head produces 90bhp enabling a top speed of 112mph and 0-60mph in 12.1 seconds. Fastidious regular servicing and a spotless engine bay with all manufacture markings and stickers are highly sought after attributes. The engine block and some components still has the preservation wax applied when new. The 5-speed manual gearbox is reassuringly solid and precise. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Fitted with the standard and exclusive to this model 6J X 14 Orlando alloy wheels in unmarked condition and shod with matching Michelin Energy 185/60 R14 tyres with masses of tread. The diagonally split servo assisted brakes with load a sensitive brake pressure regulator bring the car safely and quickly to a halt. HISTORY FILE This Volkswgen Golf Driver was first registered on the 20th December 1994 by main dealers Whites of Haslemere. The only owner from new, Mrs Hatto, has pampered, garaged and maintained this example with such exacting standards the car is a unique and rare find. No less than 20 stamped entries are catalogued with the last being at VW main Dealers, Martins of Farnham, at 25,094 miles. Accompanying invoices correlate to the service book entries and along with previous MOT certificates warrant the 25,511 miles covered. All handbooks, spare keys, sales brochures and manuals are included with the sale. Destined as a future classic with such rare credentials and now reaching 22 years of age we are acutely aware this example would make a formidable daily car. MOT December 2016, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/mlaUQuYHvOo To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/b2xG95 '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
    For sale