One of the most versatile and adored 60’s Saloons is the Jaguar Mk.II, and our car, being a UK RHD car with matching 3.8 litre engine and manual gearbox with overdrive is the perfect steed! Offered in very pleasing Opalescent Silver Blue with dark blue leather interior and blue carpets, the timeless colour combination suits the car admirably. We have both the Coombs style and original spats offered with this car so the new owner can choose which it wears. Purchased by its previous owner in 2006, the car when he bought it had been stripped, primed and painted, but the rest of the car was in boxes. With help from a friend they set about completely rebuilding this car to a very high standard, incorporating original components and spending in excess of £16,000 on parts and professional services from the likes of SNG Barratt Group and M and C Wilkinson Ltd. Dispatched in July 1964 via Munn 7 Underwood Ltd of Southsea, Hamshire, our car proudly wore the registration mark ‘CBK 450C’ as it still wears today. We don’t claim this car to be perfect, no car ever is, but it is very fine and we can fully understand the popularity of these cars amongst those in the know for their adaptability, treading a thin line between Saloon and Sports Car, their comfort, and to coin a phrase, “grace, space and pace”…. Viewings thoroughly recommended at our premises near York, North Yorkshire.
Representing the very best of a great British tradition (and accordingly highly collectable!), the Land Rover ‘Heritage’ 90, limited to just 400 in number is a stamp in time to the iconic Land Rover, and signifies the end of an era for the remarkable utilitarian motorcar. This particular Heritage 90 was delivered new in November 2015 to its only owner, and has covered fewer than 350 miles! It’s still got the interior packaging to protect the central armrest and interior door handles, and even had the original wheels and tyres removed and the ones in the pictures married to the car to preserve the originals which have been safely stored. Both accompany the car when sold. The specification chosen included tow bar, mud flaps, heated rear screen, front seat and headrest covers, front rubber over mats and, well, that’s about it really… But what more do you need!? Four passenger seats, manual gearbox, Hi and Lo range selector, diff lock and a bit of traction control and you’re just about ready to take to the road… It is offered in exemplary condition as you would expect for a car which has covered only delivery mileage and is sold with full book pack, two sets of keys with fobs, V5C and both sets of wheels as aforementioned.
We are very privileged to offer what is undoubtedly the very best 1961 Lotus Seven in the world having been meticulously built by a noted race car restorer and preparer to faithfully replicate the 1500 Cosworth “Prisoner-Spec” Lotus Seven with new frame and panel work by Arch of Huntingdon, but importantly retaining key components from original frame which is also included in the sale. The engine alone in this car is of considerable value being as it is a 1500cc all-steel Cosworth-spec pre-crossflow with steel crank, steel rods, Cosworth pistons, gas-flowed head with dual valve springs, roller rockers, duplex timing chain, Piper alloy dry-sump pan and correct dry-sump lubrication system with authentic bulkhead mounted single-seater style oil tank as per the one factory car. The power is delivered through an Elan Sprint semi-close ratio gearbox, and standard 10 back axle with 4:1 ratio and Spitfire diff are fitted. It also boasts a full straight-through stainless-steel exhaust system. The restoration is seriously exemplary with substantial attention to detail and care taken to the extent that all components are either new or refurbished, and even all fasteners being nickel-plated. Our Lotus Seven is offered with rare original steering wheel and period-correct AC instruments and cabin features. First registered in the UK in 1961, the car spent a period in Japan before being repatriated and registered in the UK in January 2015 where it has had only two owners, the latter being the restorer. It has been painstakingly completed to the very highest standard and only covered some 200 running-in and shake-down miles since completion. Seeing really is believing with a car of this quality so please do come and make your own judgement….
We’re delighted to offer for sale this glorious E-Type Series III from close to 30-year ownership. Striking Azure Blue paintwork is complemented by fine tan leather, tastefully patinated, and dark-coloured mohair roof. The powerful 12-cylinder engine pulls strongly through the Borg-Warner automatic gearbox. The steering is precise yet effortless, and the power delivery smooth. Thankfully, it also stops (which is rare!) We’re inviting early interest while we take care of final preparations. Please call to reserve your appointment to view….
We're delighted to offer for sale this very special and very beautiful 1997 Ferrari 456 GTA. Extremely unusual in Rosso Corsa with Crema interior, our car has travelled fewer than 22,000 miles from new and has recently undergone a fresh service, including cam belts. Offered with full fitted luggage set. Available immediately for viewing at our premises in North Yorkshire.
**NOW SOLD** ...Thank you for all your interest. More Required! We’re delighted to welcome for sale this beautiful Morgan 3.0 litre roadster from 2004 with just 16,000 miles and offered in impeccable order. An absolute credit to its former keepers! Near-flawless Indigo Blue paintwork is complemented by Yarwood Magnolia leather, piped blue, Blue carpets, piped magnolia, 14” Moto-Lita steering wheel and a host of creature comforts to the cabin including neck rolls, steering column cowl, elasticated door pockets, centre console with power socket, sun visors and – as any Morgan owner will attest – the surprisingly necessary stainless door check straps which prevent the doors crashing back into your shins when you’re getting in and out. The way this car drives and behaves on the road is exemplary. It can be docile when the journey requires it, yet exhilarating when called upon to shift! Travelling up through the gears is effortless, and steering and braking both precise as you’d expect. The former property of an enthusiast and engineer, just about everything has been considered and already married to the car including mesh protection behind the grille, clear protection film on areas prone to being rubbed by the hood, Morgan-branded hood tonneau, sidescreen stowage bag and indoor car cover, a full stormproof cover, Le Mans gearknob, and even a Monza-style filler cap…. The property of the current keeper since July 2012, this November 2004 registered car has been expertly maintained, and is worthy of any inspection and test. Available immediately from our premises in North Yorkshire, we strongly encourage you to act quickly to secure this special Morgan. Largely looked after by Richard Thorne Classic Cars, the impressive service history for our car is as follows: 16/12/04 – 804 miles, Berrybrook Morgan 02/12/05 – 3,655 miles, Richard Thorne 12/10/06 – 4,615 miles, Richard Thorne 15/10/07 – 5,533 miles, Richard Thorne 26/09/08 – 6,486 miles, Richard Thorne 06/10/09 – 7,894 miles, Richard Thorne 28/10/10 – 9,268 miles, Richard Thorne 07/06/12 – 10,340 miles, Richard Thorne 29/04/13 – 11,537 miles, J. Revis & Sons, York 16/02/14 – 12,727 miles, J. Revis & Sons, York 14/02/15 – 13,937 miles, J. Revis & Sons, York 15/02/16 – 14,576 miles, J. Revis & Sons, York 07/03/17 – 15,532 miles, J. Revis & Sons, York
Needing no introduction, this 1965 ‘Stang is the ultimate Pony Car in good condition with expertly repainted stylish red coachwork, contrasting white roof and full leather period-correct interior and original carpets all in very good order. Our car was originally a 6-cylinder but now carries the more powerful and eminently capable 289 V8 mated to desirable manual 3-speed gearbox. The engine is very strong, and the exhaust very loud!…. Just as it should be… This Mustang was produced on 30th December 1964 in Dearborn Michigan and was first registered in Dallas, Texas in 1965. It is now offered with an MOT to May 2018 and UK V5C registration.
**NOW SOLD** We’re very proud to offer this really pretty Colorado Red Healey 3000 Mk.III with contrasting black leatherette interior. Restored in Europe in the early 2000’s, the result is quite exceptional with door, boot and bonnet shuts better than so many Healey’s you see. Our car really is in superb aesthetical condition throughout, but this extends also to the way the car drives and behaves on the road, such was the quality of the restoration. Absolutely everything was rebuilt, restored or improved, including the fine interior and accompanying mohair hood and tonneau. To give you an idea as to the exacting standards of the Dutch restorer, the paint has eight layers. Sympathetic modifications for use in modern traffic include electronic ignition, Koni rear suspension for better ground clearance and overdrive control on gear lever. Those who wish to come and view our car will be rewarded with not only a good cup of Yorkshire Tea, but also a thick file of papers relating to the restoration, and even a USB stick of pictures to show the extent and quality of the work completed. Bought in Holland and repatriated to the UK in 2015, our car was entrusted to the team at Murray Scott Nelson in Scarborough, with whom more than £5,000 was invested to professionally convert to RHD, complete a full service, and give a full health check. Now wanting for nothing but an enthusiastic new owner, we invite your early interest to secure this impressive Healey.