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  • Alfa Romeo GT

    For sale
    £1

    **NOW SOLD** - Thanks for all your interest.... Delivered 1st May 1972, this is an original UK car in righthand drive with what we understand to be its originally designated registration number, ‘DRS 38K’. It is offered in its original colours of Biancospino White with Alfatex black vinyl interior, and branded vinyl floor mats. There’s almost certainly been some light repair and paintwork to a car of this age, but if this is true then it’s all in keeping with the age and patina of the car. You’d be more than forgiven for thinking that large areas of the paint are still original, clues such as the remnants of factory-applied wax in the door jams and bonnet underside evidence that this is an honest car that’s not been pulled apart and mistreated. We’ll not claim the paint is perfect because it isn’t; there are a few scabs and areas where the paint is lifting slightly, but none to the extent that one couldn’t be proud to own the car, or that have broken the paint entirely. This car has had just two former keepers in Aberdeen and Crieff respectively. We understand that it was removed from the road around 1991 and stored. It was then discovered by Alfa Romeo specialists, Veloce Sport of Nottinghamshire and supplied by them to its latest owner in December 2015. The same firm were commissioned by this buyer to prepare the car to his requirements. This included removing the existing engine and gearbox, and fitting a period-correct Alfa Romeo 2.0 litre engine and gearbox. New carburettors, replacement brake callipers, new brake hoses, replacement suspension bushes, service engine, laser track & MOT. Further, the rear axle was cleaned and re-sprayed, the underside waxoyled, new servos, brake master cylinder duel system, clutch master cylinder, clutch slave cylinder, four trailing arm bushes, four shock absorbers, and four new GTA wheels & tyres were fitted to complete the look. Total cost? £2,563.50. DRS 38K has most recently been treated to a check-over and MOT by trusted agents of Manor Classic Cars in July 2018 which confidently gives this car a clean bill of health. Importantly, the original 1.3 litre engine and original steel wheels with chrome ‘Alfa Romeo’ trims, plus the original steering wheel, two sets of keys and toolkit are all included in the sale of this car. Finally, following correspondence with the Museo Alfa Romeo we can confirm the following about our car: ” From the production registers held in the Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo, the chassis number AR 1296080 originally corresponds to: Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior RHD (105.31) Production date: 1972, January 10th Delivery date: 1972, January 11th Market destination: London (UK) Exterior color: Biancospino Interior: Tessuto plastificato nero “

    • Year : 1972
    • Mileage: 27750 mi
    • Engine size : 2
    For sale
    £1
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  • Porsche 911

    For sale
    £1

    **NOW SOLD** - Thanks for all your interest.... The 911 2.7 Coupe was essentially the Jetronic fuel-injected and impact-bumpered wearing successor to the hugely collectable 911 2.4 S and was introduced to the Porsche line-up in October 1973. So many superlatives already litter the landscape of Porsche chronicles that we needn’t afflict you with them here, but being a narrow-bodied 911 cut from the same cloth of the 60’s machines, without what some may consider the cumbersome styling of certain later Porsche’s, well, you can imagine our appetite for such a car! Our (now rather rare) example is finished in Grand Prix White with Black leather interior and thanks to careful maintenance presents today in very good order. This is a higher-mileage car, but this is punctuated with thousands of pounds of expenditure, much of this recent, to bely it’s true mileage in both the cosmetic and mechanical condition. The comprehensive history file evidences maintenance back to 1993 when it was subject to a full engine rebuild at 137,000 miles by TAE of Cornwall. The mileage is now 172,500 and in the subsequent period further servicing input from Maxted-Page amongst others has kept this car on song. Not least, shortly after acquisition by its current keeper, it was presented to Porsche Centre Kendal in July 2015 with a brief to go right through the car ahead of a planned European road trip. The result was more than £12,000 to replace and fit all new oil pipes, front wish bones and ball joints, new sound absorber material in engine bay, full service to engine and brake servo, gearbox and differential oil change, and two new heat exchangers at close to £1,000 each. Needless to say, some 2,000+ miles around Europe were completed without incident! There’s an awful lot that looks very very right about these mid-Seventies 911’s and with styling features like the ooh-soo-period ‘cookie-cutter’ wheels the future of these models looks secure. Offered with long MOT, the aforementioned generous history file and in very good order throughout, what’s not to like?

    • Year : 1976
    • Mileage: 172500 mi
    • Engine size : 2.7
    For sale
    £1
  • Aston Martin DB6

    For sale
    £239,990

    Presented in original and glorious Dubonnet Rosso, our car presents very pleasingly with just enough patina to tell a story. Too often restored cars can overstep the original brief and lose their soul. Not true here. Our car was the subject of extensive restorative work in the mid-1990s by noted Aston Martin restorer, Vic Bass, of London. From the mid-1980s to 2013 Vic was entrusted to restore and refresh 2813/R, the result of his and some specialist labours still being very evident today. These works included to strip and finish the floorpans and chassis, to strip and rebuild the front and rear suspension and axle, refit petrol and brake lines, refit exhaust, to make new inner wing panels and fit, and to present to Spray-Tec of Northampton for a full repaint in September of 1992. All this is receipted, and there’s plenty more besides. In the same period, the current engine and the then automatic gearbox were also overhauled, although, since this time, in December 2014, the far superior Tremec five-speed manual gearbox has been fitted at a cost of some £10,000, transforming the drivability of this car no end and proving why this has become a common and appreciated upgrade. The accompanying BMIHT certificate confirms Dubonnet as original colour, with natural trim to the interior as it still sports today, with optional extras of chrome roadwheels, heated rear window, three-ear hub caps, powered aerial, LSD, and Avon turbospeed GT tyres. First sold on 8th February 1967 via HR Owen of Romford, our Aston Martin has had just five keepers from new, the latest since 2013. The subject of regular maintenance yet used only sparingly in current ownership, 2813/R has very recent MOT to April 2019 (with no advisories) and is offered at a very competitive price in today’s market with nothing to do for the immediate future but to enjoy…

    • Year : 1967
    • Mileage: 6048 mi
    • Engine size : 4
    For sale
    £239,990