Chassis Number: 601307/AEC108 Engine Number: 196874 Recorded fully in the Riley Register John Treen was an English amateur car builder during the 40’s and 50’s, he built predominantly race orientated sports cars aimed at the amateur VSCC race car owners who wanted something a little more sporting. Mostly built using the components from the veritable and very spritely Riley “9” Brooklands, and other sporting Riley “9” models. He made his own Chassis and or modified the original Riley chassis, depending on the use and his mood. Treen Rileys became extremely popular and sought after due to their reliability and very surprising speed, punching far above their weight on many occasions. The Riley Treen offered here is Treen Chassis Number AEC108 and recorded in the Treen Register section of the Riley Register, This car remains very original and absolutely un-restored. This car has masses of patina and is just so gorgeous you need to touch it to believe it. While maintaining its amazing condition it is in very good mechanical condition and has been recently serviced and checked over ready for sale and use, including a few small upgrades such as modern oil seals in the rear axle etc. Offered with a big file of history and correspondence records. This is a “must See” for any Riley enthusiasts.
Riley Daytona 3rd place in 2010 with Ryan Hunter-Reay & team. Former team car of "Level 5 Racing". Absolutely NO expense spared on this build. Last used in 2011. Powered by a Dinan BMW 5.0L V8 with 45 hours still on the clock, 11 used. Amazing chassis, about 1/2 a warehouse of spares that are negotiable. ** Xtrac gearbox - LIFE paddle` shift. ** Bosch 4.3 management. ** Motec ADL Dash. ** Steering wheel Mini Dash. ** KYB Power Steering. ** Penske shocks. ** AP Air Jacks, much much more. ** Huge spares . ** Rebuilt and Ready. ** Ryan Hunter-Reay, Matos, Westbrook & Bouchout.
Riley Kestrel 1934 Light Saloon very original This is a 1934 Riley Kestrel in the Saloonversion. The car is in a very beautiful original condition with nice patina. The red paint is a great combination with the wire wheels in colour beige. The car has leather upholstery and the interior is finished with beautiful wood parts and ofcourse the fabulous big sunroof. In the front there is the famous ‘Nine Type engine’, a 4 cyl engine with double carburators. This is a very rare Saloon version. Car has English title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.
Occasionally a car arrives which is so much fun that I want to let you know it has arrived even though I have not yet written my full description of it. This supercharged 1 ½ Litre Riley 12/4 engined MPH bodied special is one such car - it looks superb and it really is very rapid. Its stiff underslung chassis, precise steering, good handling on firm but pleasant springing and hydraulic braking gives all you the performance you might expect of a properly sorted post-vintage sports car and I think it will give a lot of much more expensive machinery a serious run for their money! As you might have gathered I like it a lot and will no doubt have to spend quite a lot of time road testing it to make sure I get the description right so watch this space! In the meantime if you think you might be interested in what you have seen and read so far please do come and have a look at it but be prepared to like it a lot!!
(SOLD) This is a complete 1933 Riley example that has tremendous patina, with a two-tone color combination of burgundy and white, with a red interior. It is a very original and stylish low-slung 2-seater coupe that was one of the rarer Riley bodies fitted to the 12/6 chassis, and features the following original components: sunroof, a full sized spare tire, the original wire wheels, a crank out windshield, Pyramid fire extinguisher, tool storage compartment, 2 wipers, step boards, and wood trim. In addition, the Lincock features a semi-elliptic suspension, a 4-speed gearbox, Riley continuous cable braking system with cam operated shoes and 13" drums, and a 10 gallon capacity fuel tank. With only several dozen of these coupes produced, this restoration-ready Lincock is a very rare and highly collectable example that is sure to please!
A very good original car with a full history. Sound and solid with good performance, twin carb. engine. The engine is in the process of a full rebuild, with new Register crank shaft. Full weather equipment. A very rare model and possibly the only one on the road.
Our Riley Elf is in a very nice condition. The original Cordinal Red leather of the seats has a great patina. The car has a factory fitted fresh air heater. It was first registered in 1968 and delivered by Granville Garages from Colchester. In 2003 the car was imported to the Netherland. A lot of documents come with the car, like a Certified copy of a factory record, Driver’s handbook, Service passport, invoices and original sale invoice. The car has a Dutch registration and is easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes and we can help with transport. This car is not in our showroom and can only be seen by appointment. More information on: www.kucarfa.nl