Our Riley Elf is in a very nice condition. It was first registered in 1968 and imported to the Netherlands in 2003. A lot of documents come with the car. The car has a Dutch registration, MoT (APK) till July 2017 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
A very good original car with a full history. Sound and solid with good performance, twin carb engine.
This well restored Riley 9 'Ascot' 2-seat and dickey has seen relatively little use since the body and chassis restoration in the 1990s and has only covered a few thousand miles since the engine rebuild a few years ago. A nice car to drive with cruising at about 55mph and good brakes. With substantial hood and wind-up windows, this 2-seat & dickey Ascot is a very useable car in all weather. VSCC eligible as PVT Spares parts easily available, with a very good club register.
This nicely restored Riley 12/4 Victor saloon which has had very few owners. The car is fitted with Riley's overdrive gearbox and paired with the strong 12/4 engine, makes for a good turn of speed matched with reliability. On the road. Old continuation buff registration book with car.
Exported new as running chassis to Australia, bodied by Downing Brothers. Re-imported 2014 and registered for the road. Comprehensive restoration in the 1970s. Pretty steel boat tail body. Lively performance, single carb., could be fitted with double carb. Full weather equipment. History dating back to early 1960s.
Chassis Number:6025731 Engine Number:52628 Manual 4 speed gearbox with 1078 cc engine Professionally restored around 2002 using Blue Diamond supplied parts and used sparingly since. Comprehensive history file with many photographs of the restoration Original RF60 buff logbook and Mots dating back to 1966 Original number plate Just 4 recorded keepers from new,the first owning the car for some 66 years Full leather interior with full retrim including seats,headlining carpets and woodwork Sliding Sunroof A most charming vintage motor car with a strong 9HP engine showing good oil pressure which drives ,handles and brakes very well . All working electrics and gauges and charging system works correctly All tyres and wire spoked wheels in excellent order
- Stalled restoration project with current ownership since 1999 - Offered with a collection of old MOT certificates and driver's handbook - 7 previous keepers, 848 cc engine, four-speed manual gearbox
Magnificent! Fully documented and photographed, nut and bolt rebuild. Finished in classic ivory over black with full luxury green leather interior and Wilton carpets. Announced in late 1945 and produced until 1952, these luxury cars were the last range of cars independently developed by Riley Motors Ltd, before being swallowed up by BMC. Very advanced for it's time with hydro mechanical brakes, independent torsion bar suspension, rack & pinion steering 4 speed synchro. gearbox. The car was capable of 75mph! This variant has been lovingly restored & nicknamed `Homer` by a previous owner. It starts first time and is a real pleasure to drive. Opening front windscreens and semaphor indicators add to the nostalgia. It even has a Smiths heater. Very active owner's club with spares available. This car would be perfect for wedding hire or just for a private collection. There is a workshop manual included and of course it is free of road tax.
- A buff log book shows a lady owner in Kent from new on February 1st 1937 until 1968 - Believed to have had only five recorded owners from new, and fitted with a pre-selector gearbox - Thought to have been in storage from the late 1960's until 2002 and in the process of restoration since The buff log book on file for this lovely pre-selector gearbox equipped Riley 9 Merlin states that it was first registered in Maidstone, Kent, on February 1st 1937 to a lady in Rainham, Kent. She is reported to have retained ownership until 1968 when it was acquired by a gentleman in Dorking, Surrey, who soon moved to Worthing, West Sussex. He still owned the car a year later but other than a copy of an August 1970 MOT certificate from his local garage in Worthing, the trail goes cold until early 2002 when it is apparent that the DVLA accepted a request from someone in Wadhurst, Kent, to have the car re-registered with its original number plate. There are photographs on file from around that period that show the car to be in remarkably sound and complete condition, indicating that its predicted thirty years of storage were in somewhere extremely dry. In 2003 the car is reported to have been in "ru
(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!