A beautifully prepared MG-B roadster with reupholstered hand made, bespoke tan leather interior and walnut trimmed dashboard. Under the bonnet is a fast road tuned Goldseal 1.8 litre engine with uprated camshaft and cylinder head driving the rear wheels through a 4 speed gearbox with over drive. The hood and cover are contrasting tan mohair, this eye catching B is available now as the perfect usable investment.
An off the wall fibreglass bodied roadster from the late sixties. The Bond Equipe was based on the chassis and running gear of the Triumph Vietesse and features a muscular straight six engine, 4 speed gearbox with overdrive and rear wheel drive. This example is in very good condition having been maintained by a fastidious club member who is also an engineer. It rides on new genuine Minilite wheels which set the car off very well. Inside the microsel front seats have been retrimmed in real leather and new carpets have been added. The underside is very solid with no rust. The mohair hood is in good order and the straight stainless steel tuned exhaust system sounds wonderfully rorty. Halogen lights and electronic ignition make the car a pleasure to live with.
An exceptionally well maintained Peugeot CTi, the cabriolet version of the legendary Peugeot 205 GTi retains all of the great parts of the hard top and adds al fresco motoring. Finished in Topaz blue this is one of the best examples we have ever handled. Garaged every day from new and only ever used in summer weather. Great fun to drive and own, a true modern classic. 1 owner from new 57,000 miles Full Peugeot service history
Built in 1936, first registered in 1937. Original and correct TA MPJG engine with correct ancillaries. Early "269' TA body, with correct narrow fuel tanks and later wide wings. Beige RF60 logbook and green V60 logbook along with numerours pictures of the restoration and with previous owners. Current ownership for 47 years, restored to a very high standard by MG club member.
A good presentable car with a Rover 3.9 V8 conversion fitted with a K&N airfilter, Kenlowe fan, stainless steel exhaust. This car needs works to be perfect, it would benefit from attention to the paintwork and hood mechanism
In 2004 Porsche commemorated the one of its most iconic cars, the 550 Spyder. This Boxster S 550 Spider limited edition was restricted to just 1953 units Worldwide and had a number of upgrades and special option over the standard Boxster S. Uprated engine producing 264bhp. Sports chassis Widened front and rear track by 5mm 18" Carrera wheels with seal grey painted centres Sports exhaust tip BOSE Hifi System PCM Porsche Communication Management with navigation and telephone module. Wind deflector GT Silver metallic paint Red seat belts This particular car has covered 51,500 miles and has a full Porsche specialist service history. The Cocoa brown leather and hood have been replaced by optional black hood and dark grey natural leather interior. A tiptronic gearbox is fitted.
A very special MX-5. M2, a side arm of Mazda (Mazda2) was set up as a builder of niche cars alongside the regular production models. In 1991 the 1001 was their first offering and was limited to a run of just 300 cars. Potential owners had to make their intentions known in person by visiting the M2 headquarters in Tokyo. It was so popular that cars were changing hands well above list price. Beyond a regular MX-5, this upscaled car was sold as a "turn-key" race ready offering. Painted in metallic blue/black the car features a number of additions to both the body and driveline, including: a functional airdam incorporating foglights, boot spoiler and a 4 point roll cage, fixed bucket seats, aluminium filler cap, enlarged intake manifold, more aggressive pistons and camshaft profile, a more focused suspension and wheel package, and a limited slip differential. The performance changes made to the Roadster would bump the horsepower to 130hp @ 6500rpm, and 109ft/lb of torque @ 5500rpm. The enhanced capabilities of this car make it one of the most desirable special MX-5s.
A fabulous low mileage Mini Cooper Sport 500. On 4th October 2000 after a 41 year and 5,387,862 cars Mini production finally came to an end. To celebrate this fantastic little car the last 500 cars to roll off the line were given the full sport pack and were numbered to mark their place in the final run. This fantastic example, number 378/500 is finished in British Racing Green and has covered just 4,700 miles. The car has been fastidiously maintained and has a comprehensive history, every receipt relating to the car has been kept. Family owned until 2013 and kept by collectors since.
A lovely low mileage example of a Harvard limited edition 131BHP mark 1 MX5,one of only 500 made 57000 miles and 2 previous lady keepers Full Service History with last service at 53k miles Silverstone metallic paint with contrasting full red leather interior Momo steering wheel Excellent soft top roof with zip out rear window Harvard interior mats Chrome MX5 kick plates and rear brace bar Folding Wind stop Clarion CD player with electric aerial Other dealer added options include Chrome touring luggage rack Front fog lights Cobra Immobilser System Matching hardtop with HRW Interior Clock This car is in exceptional condition throughout with perfect sills ,arches and underbody. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a rare Mk1 limited Edition MX5 in exceptional condition. New cambelt, water pump, brake discs and pads.
Superb restoration by retired motor bodyshop owner,finished in in rare colour combination of black coachwork with black interior Just 55000 miles from new having had just 3 owners Full supporting history Minator alloy wheels with fresh radial tyres,hood bag,original steering wheel, recent exhaust,good carpets
Early 1967 Car with Mineral Blue Coachwork and contrasting black interior featuring special leather clubman seats with air pump to increase lumbar support Wire Wheels Overdrive in 3rd and 4th gears CD Radio Recent restoration by enthusiastic club member Large history file with many invoices etc
Registration Number : 450XUC Chassis Number : HMK13/44748 Previous keeper from 1962 to 2007 and only 42000 miles from new Repainted in 1987 In charming delightful condition and retaining all original features Original red leather interior with lovely patina Marchal Indicator lamps Wire Wheels Original 1950s Valve Radio Original Drivers Manual and RF60 Buff Logbook Comprehensive history file with all Mots and receipts from 1964 to substantiate mileage
With an odometer reading of less than 29000 miles which we believe to be genuine,this Series 1 2+2 was first registered in June 1967. Last on the road in 2012 when it failed the MOT due to rust in the floorpans and sills .The decision was then taken to have the car stripped and the bodyshell,doors and tailgate were sodablasted-restored and primered and stored in a carcoon .The restoration then stalled and we have been asked to market the project for the current keeper. 4.2 litre engine rebuilt at 19735 miles in 1987 Leather magnolia interior in very good condition having been retrimmed in 1990 by Aldridge trimming Original green V5 RF60 logbook History file with invoices and Mots along with original owners handbook and jaguar dealer list in original plastic wallet The history file shows a comprehensive restoration completed in 1985 This would be an ideal candidate for conversion to a 2 seater roadster or coupe utilising a Martin Robey body tub. The UK registration document V5C is KKO100E We are looking for offers on £20,000
Extraordinary time warp rust free original condition with just 23k miles from new Original UK supplied right hand drive car Known by us for the past 10 years Recent work includes replacement radiator,H.T.leads,engine mountings,steering idler,exhaust system,extensive brake overhaul and wax oil treatment Documented history file that includes contemporary adverts and parts catalogues Original tool kit All parts supplied by Omicrom Lancia Specialists
Finished in Metallic Tahiti Blue 10,800 Milles Factory fitted electric full length sun roof silve/balck leather interior Superb Unmolested Condition all Mots and service invoices recent work completed includes 2 front tyres battery full body wax oil and rust proofing Full service with HT leads-wheel bearings Battery Not many with this mileage and in this condition
Type 2 bay window,genuine Westphalia restored to better than new condition retaining all original fittings and features Pop top roof and featuring classic cd/radio player Genuine 91000 miles 3 owners from new Alternator Upgrade Twin cigar lighter sockets with USB port Classic Style CD/Radio A very original camper,even the rear seat fabric is original Restored by club enthusiast with full photographic restoration captured on USB stick
Chassis Number TD27905 Engine Number XPAG/TD2/28277 An original UK built RHD car exported to Malta in 1953 and returned to the UK in 1958 by its army owner Old english white paintwork with contrasting red leather interior and tan hood Fully restored in 2007/2008 and with just 7000 miles since 1250cc XPAG Lead free engine with 5 speed gearbox conversion all rebuilt with new crankshaft ,spin- on oil filter conversion etc Type 9 Ford 5 Speed Gearbox conversion Suspension fully rebuilt with all new bushes,shock absorbers and trunnions etc All instruments rebuilt Full body and interior restoration in 2007/2008 with full supporting invoices. Very Comprehensive history file with all MOTS and invoices from the restoration CD Rom of Restoration work and photos Chrome luggage rack Period driving lamps Kenlowe Electric fan Fitted Seat Belts Battery cut off switch Cigar lighter socket for sat nav & phone charger This car has had many show and concours wins since being restored and is a delight to drive
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
Chassis Number : PB0608 Engine Number : 1031PB Originally registered on April 30th 1936 by one James Templeton Redhead of Newcastle , this magnificent MG Airline PB Coupe,finished in duotone dark and light green has to eb one of the finest restored examples of the marque to be found anywhere in the world today . It is one of an estimated 7 surviving units from the PA & PB production line total of 51 and was featured as the front cover article in the September 2001 edition of MG Enthusiast magazine. Restored over a six and half year period in a no expense spare restoration by marque specialists Colin Tieche and David Cooksey. Typically for a car of the period ,the body was constructed of steel wrapped around a complex ash frame,with aluminium used for the rear wings and the aerodynamic roof section . Power was produced by a 43 bhp (32.1Kw) in line 4 Cylinder 3 bearing unit coupled to a 4 speed gearbox.This was a noticeable improvement on the original 36Bhp version used in the earlier PA models. Fuel delivery was supplied by twin SU carburettors . Styled by H W Allingham it bears all the design hallmarks of the period with aerodynamic styling to the fore ,crowned by the breathtaking
Imported from Japan in 2004 and with one UK keeper since then this car was used for only a year before being laid up for 10 years in its Doctor owners garage. Original paintwork in Pale Aqua Fully Recommissioned by ourselves with a full service ,cambelt change and brake overhaul and fresh MOT. Speedo converted to MPH ,the car has covered 89KMs in total Original Japanese import Documents and UK History Original Figaro CD/Radio in full working order and converted to work on UK frequencies. The best correct unmolested Figaro we have seen in the last few years
Fully rebuilt using a Heritage body shell and with little use since. 18v Big Valve Engine fully rebuilt in march 2015 to Peter Burgess Fast road specification Fully balanced clutch, flywheel, crankrods and pistons Reground crank and +40 pistons Duplex timing chains and Piper 270 cam New oil pump and Aldon Ignitor, all set up on Peter Burgess Rolling road Front suspension rebuilt with all poly bushes and uprated lever arms New discs, pads and wheel bearings Uprated front springs and anti roll bar with Gaz adjustable rear dampers Mohair Hood Chrome Wire Wheels Comprehensive History file with all invoices dating back to 1989 and MOTs back to 2000 Newly fitted replacement series 1 front grill
This is a very rare MG TD Recreation, in flame red and with beige leather interior. This vehicle combines the styling of a 1950s MG TD with the reliability and performance of a modern Toyota. This factory built roadster is powered by a Toyota Celica 2 Litre DOHC fuel injected engine coupled with a bulletproof 5-Speed Toyota Gearbox. Lively crisp handling through factory custom made suspension and steering makes this car a delight to drive. - CD/Radio - Air conditioning - Full wet weather gear with easily secured hood and side screens - Beige leather reclining seats and inertia reel seat belts - Chrome wire wheels with Goodyear NCT Eagle tyres - Wooden rimmed steering wheel and walnut dashboard This car is in excellent order throughout having covered less than 5000 miles from new. Period Number Plate included in sale.
Original UK Right Hand drive car Last owner for 30 years and restored to a very high body off standard with supporting photographs and invoices . Upgrades include Bosch fuel pump and unleaded cylinder head GAZ adjustable shock absorbers Strenghthened diff mounting case Correct green water hoses Aeroquip hoses SAH Stage 2 Stainless Steel Exhaust System
1962 MGB Roadster. Chassis number: GHN3L3161 Engine number: 18GUH3500 This car was built in the seventh week of MG-B production in 1962. It has been restored to better than new condition, by a professional MG garage, for an obsessive MG Car Club owner. Recently upgraded with a five speed gearbox and Kenlowe Electric fan During a road trip of 30 miles I can confidently claim that it is one of the tightest, sharpest MGBs that I have ever had the pleasure of driving - Gerry Wadman Sussex Sports Cars' owner. The car has a full photographic record of the restoration and is accompanied by supporting invoices and the owners handbook. Many concourse award certificates are also included in the file. The previous keeper covered just 800 miles in his two years of ownership, mostly taking the car to shows and has kept it maintained and serviced by his local MG specialist with all invoices added to the file. Recent Service by ourselves with replacement fuel pump and new fuel tank.
Chassis Number 26-0149 First sold in September 1963 this superb super rare early car has been restored by marque specialist to better than new condition retaining original rubber mats One family owned until 1995 Comprehensive restoration file and supporting invoices Owners handbook
An ex USA car recently imported to the UK and now with full UK registration papers. Freshly MOTed and Historic Vehicle Tax Exempt Very straight body in Gemini Blue with contrasting unmarked black interior Genuine 911E variant as produced from 1969-1973 with better power and drivability along with better brakes and more comfortable interior . Correct 911E engine unit fitted in the car which benefits from having been converted to run on Weber carburettors rather than the original and somewhat troublesome mechanical fuel injection system . This give excellent throttle response which combined with the excellent handling of the early type 911's making for a fast and fun driving experience . Fitted with correct Fuchs "Five Leaf" wheels and all matching Kumho 195/65 15 Tyres Alpine CD Radio