MG C Roadster in Glacier white with manual gearbox and factory hardtop. Fully restored by MG enthusiast, complete engine rebuild by MG specialist, chrome wire wheels, luggage rack and Moto Lita steering wheel.
Attractively finished in Astral Silver with Correct contrasting houndstooth black and white interior One owner and just 46k recorded miles since new Fitted with Security Tracker Fantastic fully documented history file including all handbooks, tax discs, MoTs and invoices Service History Booklet with 4 correct service interval stamps Soft and Hard Tops Original Mercedes Benz First Aid Kit Original Radiomobile Push Button Radio Cassette Player Recently recommissioned after 5 year storage and benefiting from a fresh MoT and full service Possibly the best original unmolested car we have had in the last few years
A very rare early Series One Alpine these were only produced from June 1959 to September 1960. Of the 11904 examples built very few survive. Styled by the Loewy Studios for the Rootes group the early models were powered by a 1494cc unit with twin downdraft carburettors .These were the first british production sports cars to have wind up windows as standard equipment This example was registered in June 1960 and the first owner kept the car for 39 years, the car was sold from their estate and kept dry stored until 2014. The indicated mileage of 35,632 is believed to be correct. The car has been subject to a full bare metal restoration in June 2015 and restored to a very high standard in its original colour of Thistle Grey with contrasting red leather interior . The car uses its original engine which has been compression tested and thoroughly examined, all original fasteners, washers and clips were retained. The car is pictured with its original detachable alloy hard top with new headlining and features a new hood. The car retains its beautifully patinated original red interior. All original instruments including working Smiths Time clock Period Radiomobile Radio fitted with ipod lead
This extraordinary much cherished Mercedes-Benz W126 series is fitted with a desirable more powerful V8 engine and driven though a 4 speed automatic gearbox. The sole owner cared for the car fastidiously, this is the most original and best kept S Class we have had the pleasure in handling. Finished in Thistle green metallic with light brown cloth interior Serviced annually by main agent Blaupunkt "Toronto" radio/casette has been retained and will be supplied with the car Optional ABS is fitted, this was a £800 in 1982 (approximately £2000 in today's money) Factory fitted electric aerial and rear speakers Electric sliding roof Electric windows Alloy wheels Central locking Limited slip differential Unused too kit Original sales invoice Summer use only Blaupunkt Bluetooth compatible stereo (original audio equipment retained). Every tax disc, insurance cover letter, purchase invoice and correspondence related to this car has been kept
Featuring a drive train layout that Alfa Romeo had last used on its all-conquering Tipo 158/159 Grand Prix cars, the Alfetta saloon was launched in 1972. Based around a monocoque bodyshell, the newcomer was equipped with independent torsion-bar front suspension, a De Dion back axle, rack-and-pinion steering and four-wheel disc brakes. Boasting excellent weight distribution thanks to its rear-mounted five-speed transaxle, the Alfetta was initially powered by a 1779cc version of Alfa Romeo's famous four-cylinder 'twin-cam' engine. Widely praised by the contemporary motoring press for its handling and road holding, the three-box saloon spawned a two-door fastback coupe variant in 1974. Penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Alfetta GT was shorter, lighter and more aerodynamic (0.39 cd) than its sibling. Arriving during 1976, the range-topping Alfetta 2000 GTV was reputedly capable of 120mph and helped Autodelta win the Group 2 (sub-2500cc) division of that season's European Touring Car Championship. This museum quality Alfa has a genuine mileage of 18,168 Originally supplied to a director of BP Ltd, Mr G. Davidson, it was transferred to his private ownership when he retired. Fastidiously m
Last local owner for 15 years . Pop up Roof Bicycle Rack Outside Awning Alpine Radio CD player Nice history file This camper runs well and is ready to use having been freshly MoT'd until August 2018
LAST EDITION Mini Cooper S Works. Only 2,500 miles! John Cooper S works engine conversion: 25% more power! Janspeed exhaust. Wood and Picket bumpers with overriders. John Cooper signature door furniture and kick plates. Large history file including JCW certificate. As new condition.
A delightful and enchanting example of a 1963 Glas Goggomobil TS250, this diminutive little car has many interesting features for such a tiny vehicle such as its rear hinged doors and the multifunction rear lights. Registration number GSJ115 and chassis number 02165122, grey roof over cream body. The Goggomobil coupe used the same chassis and mechanics as the Goggomobil saloons. Introduced in 1956 the coupe proved popular enough to endure a 13 year production run. This cute 250cc microcar was restored and repainted about 8 years ago and was later purchased by a retired motorcycle restorer and became part of his collection. While in his keeping the car was improved considerably with rebuilt suspension and braking systems, and all new chrome trim. One of the best examples in the UK, this microcar has a 2 stroke parallel twin engine, displacing just 247cc and generating 13.6bhp through a 4 speed gearbox to the rear wheels, top speed is a more than ample 47mph if you dare!
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
1971 MG B Roadster restoration project. Fitted with a running Oselli engine. Body needs complete restoration Sold as a running project.
This MG B Roadster was sourced for a preferred client of JD Classics and was restored with the eye very much on quality over cost. This is a great chance to own one of the very best MG B roadsters. Specification includes: JD Sport Ignition JD Sport electric cooling fan Weber 45DCOE Carburettor JD Sport starter motor Front suspension bushes V8 modified type Front and rear KONI shock absorbers Uprated front anti roll bar Xenon headlamp bulbs Moto Lita Steering wheel Leather seats Chrome wire wheels Custom made steel exhaust system Large JD Classics History file
YD 9446 Chassis Number : 0495 Restored in 2013 by the secretary of the MG Car Club. During the restoration the body was sand blasted, the wings leaded and plated, the headlamps were rechromed and re silvered, a new wiring loom was fitted, a new petrol tank was fitted, new exhaust was fitted, the instruments were refurbished, a VW distributor conversion was added, and new wheel bearings were fitted. Minimal mileage has been covered since restoration. Supplied with serviceable hood and side curtains.
The Dodge Brothers of Detroit, John and Horace, played a pivotal role in motoring history, by initially supplying engines to the Olds Motor Works, and then working with Henry Ford to supply virtually every component of his early motor vehicles, apart from the glass and tyres, before launching their own brand of motor cars in 1914. This 1917 Dodge Brothers Roadster has the tried and tested four cylinder "Monobloc ' engine of 98mm bore and 114mm stroke giving a capacity of 3439.6cc and an R.A.C power output of 23.8HP. Fitted with a three speed gearbox,once in top gear it will cruise comfortably at 45mph or cope with town traffic at 5mphthe torque produced by the engine makes light work of all but the very steepest hills.The car is robustly constructed,simple to maintain and easy to start (with an autostart fitted )and drive . This particular vehicle was imported into the UK some years ago by a Sussex based stalwart of the Veteran Car club ,who ensured it was always maintained in top condition ,much of the work completed by NP Veteran Engineering and always ready for the road. The current owner has continued with the same approach:the quiet running of the engine and back axle,the smoo
Very rare MK1 Costello V8 Genesis for the MG B V8, shoehorning the Rover V8 into the MGB GT was the brain child of Ken Costello, an idea so good and a product so well executed that it was copied by MG themselves. Of the 225 Costello V8s 190 of them were GT bodied. A decision was taken in the early 2000s that the best way to make repairs to the body was to replace it entirely, a replacement shell was sourced and the major mechanical parts were transferred to it. Unfortunately what remained of the original shell was destroyed by fire in 2003. There is a signed certificate of authenticity from Ken Costello in the accompanying history file. 140mph speedometer Rear boot spoiler Competition clutch with additional servo New bucket seats Correct MK1 Costello bonnet bulge Boot spoiler Minilite wheels Rally spotlights
Manufactured 19th April 1968. Dealer fitted Webasto sunroof 1969. Sundym windscreen fitted 1972. Original interior. Documented mileage of 48,000 from new. This car was off the road for 22 years, a 9 year restoration project brought the car up to an extremely high standard, an Eagle supplied 5 speed gearbox fitted.
The Range Rover P38 was introduced in 1994 as a replacement for the Classic Range Rover which had seen more than 20 years of production and updates. This is the ultimate P38 Variant, 4.6litre Vogue, finished in rare Monte Carlo blue with full grey leather interior and grey carpets. Fully intergrated Garmin satellite navigation. Harmon Kardon sound system, Hurricane alloy wheels. This car was purchased by its last keeper in 2003 at 12,000 miles from Land Rover in Solihul who had used it as part of their internal fleet. During his tenure some 230,000 miles were covered, oil and filter was changed every 3,000 miles. Mainly used for long continental journeys this Range Rover has lead a cosseted life, evidenced by the large file of service bills totalling some £70,000. In 2012 a decision was made to commence an ongoing resotration to bring the car as close to as new condition as possible using only Land Rover sourced parts. Main dealer and LR specialist invoices on file show that it has had both axels replacedplus a new gearboxand transfer box. Showing perfect compression readings, the engine only required new cylinder head garkets and various ancillary parts. The entire air suspension
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. ONLY 39,000 miles from new!
1971 MG B Roadster odometer reading 36,000 miles from new British Racing Green Rostyle Wheels New hood to be fitted Cloth interior Sports gearknob and auxiliary guages Leather Moto-Lita steering wheel Overdrive on 3rd and 4th gears To be supplied with new hood
Registration: AVC 736 Chassis Number: 1507 Restored by an aerospace engineer, restoration included a new body tub and wings, the lubrication system was refurbished, the fuel pump was reconditioned, all chrome work was replated, instruments were refurbished, a new wiring loom was fitted. New leather interior trim was fitted. History file includes pictures of the restoration and RF60 buff logbook. A new mohair hood is fitted to the car.
1997 Mazda MX-5 Harvard edition 1.8i. 2 owners from new. only 42,000 miles. Leather heated seats. Full service history. New cambelt.
A well maintained 2 Door A35 Saloon in very good order and a delight to drive. Recent full respray in Palm Green with nicely contrasting original green seats Just 5000miles since being restored Unleaded cylinder head conversion Original rubber floor mats and headlining etc Original positive earth system with specially wired SatNav/Phone Charger socket MOT and Tax Exempt Just fitted with 4 brand new radial tyres and new front lever arms With many 2 door examples now being used for racing these are becoming rare to find in nice original condition.
A beautiful MG TD finished in old English white with Apple Green interior. This car has been subject to a full ground up restoration and complete engine rebuild. Work was completed in late 2011 and the car has covered less than 1,000 miles since. The car drives exactly as it should with no faults. BETTER THAN NEW!
1967 Rolls-Royce Mulliner Park Ward Coupe. Delivered as a new car to Texas, this car enjoyed a 'dry-state' existence for many years. A similar car was used by Steve McQueen in the film "the Thomas Crown Affair. Factory fitted options include Sundym glass in all windows and a lowered steering coloumn bracket. Original build sheet and inspection list from the factory included with the extensive history file. 55,140
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.
Very rare Fiat 328 Ambulanza with leisure battery and rock and roll bed. It has the potential to have a table added where the stretcher carrier lies while incorporating many of its ambulance fittings to maintain originality. Set to be the coolest and most unique vehicle on this years festival scene. UK registered and ready to be enjoyed. Newly rebuilt 1.5litre engine with 4 speed gearbox and recently upholstered in Italian leather rock and roll bed. Halogen headlamps Working siren and lights Rust free New braking system New suspension Complete new exhaust New clutch Unleaded fuel New radiator 5 new tyres Heating in front and rear Resealed windows Rechromed bumpers