This early Series One GT has benefitted from much work having been owned by a Doctor for the last 14 years Restored Mineral Blue coachwork with new castle sections etc Contrasting black leather interior with blue piping Rebuilt engine with unleaded head Overdrive in 3rd and 4th gears Wire wheels Kenlowe electric fan Oil cooler Aluminium bonnet Motalita wood-rimmed steering wheel New interior headlining Very good chrome work throughout Comprehensive history file with many MOTs and all invoices going back to 1988
Only 4 keepers and 71k miles from new ,this beautiful example underwent an extensive restoration in 1997 and has been used sparingly since. Pippin Red coachwork with contrasting black interior all in excellent order Fitted with 1725cc 5 bearing Engine with twin choke solex carburettor 4 speed Manual gearbox with overdrive on 3rd and 4th Minilite Alloy Wheels Stainless Steel Exhaust System Rechomed Bumpers Rear seat belts Front and rear Period Foglamps recent alternator,rebuilt carb and clutch Original Drivers Handbook and Manual Comprehensive History File with original RF60 logbook ,all invoices dating back to 1972 along with all tax discs and Mots from 1980s onwards.
A fabulous pre-cat wide body 1991 Morgan Plus 8 in aluminium with less than 24k miles from new Always garaged and driven carefully and has never been raced Full supporting service history 3,950 Litre Rover engine giving terrific acceleration and performance 5 Speed gearbox with Limited slip axle Numerous upgrades including full Librands Sports Exhaust Upgraded Mulfab ventilated discs and calipers Avo adjustable shock absorbers with pan hard rod Recent new Mulfab alloy radiator with fan upgrade c/w new hoses New Battery New Kingpins Cibie Oscar colour coded driving lamps Motalite Sports Steering Wheel Kenlowe Electric Fan Recent Continental 205 x60 15 tyres with correct Morgan sports alloy wheels Full weather equipment with unmarked mohair tonneau cover and hood and matching spare wheel cover Indigo Blue Coachwork with contrasting dark blue full leather interior with removable head restraints The chassis is in beautiful polished condition with the underside fully waxoiled Comes with very extensive history file with all MOTS ,invoices and a set of photo-build photos supplied by Peter Morgan who has also signed one photo.
Originally manufactured in South Africa in 1957 from a Knock Down Kit sent over from the MG factory .Imported into the UK in 1962 and with 3 owners since it has undergone a complete restoration by the current keeper after a 16 year lay up. Bare metal repaint in Steel Blue Complete suspension overhaul with all new bushes All new brakes,tyres and exhaust Unleaded Cylinder head conversion on original engine Original headlining,carpets and doorcards Seats have been reconnolised and new front seat bases fitted Revarnished wooden dashboard to original specification Correct MG wheels and period lucas driving lamps All electrics work well on original positive earth system plus a negative earth power point has been fitted under the dash for sat navs etc 4.3/1 Differential fitting for easier cruising Large history file with all invoices etc including original RF60 logbook
1962 MGB Roadster. Chassis number: GHN3L3161 Engine number: 18GUH3500 This car was built in the seventh week of MGB 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 .
Restored 10 years ago and still presenting well Riviera Blue metallic coachwork with contrasting black interior with head restraints Black Soft top and tonneau Overdrive in 3rd and 4th gears Excellent Chrome work Minilite style Alloy wheels Recent work includes new clutch and brakes,unleaded cylinder head,radiator and alternator Just returned from a trouble free trans-european road trip .
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
Red coachwork with black interior Minilite Alloy Wheels Overdrive Chrome Bootrack Oil Cooler Electric fan Alternator Sony CD Radio Nice bodywork with very good chrome Recent mohair hood Fully carpeted throughout including fully trimmed boot area History file with many previous invoices etc A great everyday car which drives very well
Extraordinary time warp rust free original condition with just 23k miles from new Original UK supplied right hand drive car Recent work includes replacement radiator,exhaust system and brake overhaul and wax oil treatment Documented history file Original tool kit All parts supplied by Omicrom Lancia Specialists
Recently recommissioned early 1275cc 1964 single tank model Finished in Surf Blue with contrasting powder blue and grey/gold trim Very comprehensive history file fully documented from new including original purchase invoice Retaining all original features such as original rev counter and Smiths push button radio Heritage Certificate Original Tool Kit 3.5 inch steel wheels
A multiple concours winner recently imported from Florida this car was originally from Texas where it was bought after a 3 year search for a perfect rust free example . It was then subjected to a restoration over 5 years using only original new old stock parts. The body tub has had no welding at all with a perfect underside showing all the original factory spot welds Immaculate Iris blue coachwork with perfect panel gaps Complete with Factory Works Hardtop Correct grey millboard boot panels with the interior of the boot correctly painted red oxide as they were when they left the factory All UK taxes paid and now has full UK period correct registration ,V5 and fresh MOT It is possible to convert this car to Right Hand Drive in our workshops . We have done several conversions like this on similar vehicles .
Originally supplied by Dingle Garages in Colwyn Bay Genuine 62500 miles from new Full Service History with stamped service schedule by Dingles 27/4/72 Mileage 138 15/1/73 Mileage 4328 9/4/74 Mileage 10698 20/9/76 Mileage 22361 4/4/78 Mileage 28241 3/5/81 Mileage 35023 4/5/83 Mileage 42644 7/6/85 Mileage 46562 21/2/87 Mileage 51869 8/8/95 Mileage 54896 17/2/06 Mileage 61822 Champagne gold metallic coachwork with unmarked palomino M Tex interior in outstanding condition Factory Hardtop and Soft Top 3499cc Engine with Automatic Gearbox giving 195BHP Sony CD Radio with boot mounted multi changer Original tool roll
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
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
Supplied new by Jacksons BMW in Jersey and with only one previous keeper and just 12700 miles from new this car has recently been imported from Jersey with all taxes paid and is now fully UK registered. 3.2 litre 340 BHP M Type Engine with manual 6 speed gearbox Black coachwork with black leather interior Convertible with electric roof Full BMW service history Sat Nav Heated Seats Multi Functional Steering Wheel Upgraded Sound system A very well looked after desirable M type example having spent all its life in Jersey where speed limit is 40 MPH
Freshly MOTed and an excellent everyday driver with good engine and gearbox Recent new soft top Nardi Steering wheel Chrome roll bars available with car but not currently fitted Strutbrace and KN type air filter Alloy Wheels with spacesaver spare 80k miles from new
1969 Lotus Elan S4 Special Equipment FHC with 26R and other modifications An S4 with some provenance in Scottish Motorsports circles, this Elan was supplied new by the Lotus factory to Dicksons of Perth. In the hands of a Dundee based owner the Elan is understood to have had considerable period competition history mostly in hill-climb and sprint events. A complete rebuild of the car was first contemplated around 2002 and many new parts were purchased then but the project never quite got off the ground. The Elan and its new parts were subsequently acquired by motorsports and restorations specialists, Classic Autosports, who undertook a ground up restoration of the car (concluded in the spring of 2009). The principal features of the car and the detail of that restoration (photographic record available) are as follows:- Complete rebuild around new galvanised Spydersport chassis New suspension parts nickle plated Spydersport upper wishbones replacing standard McPherson struts at rear New Elan coil over shocks with adjustable platforms ( spare set of brand new Spydersport springs may be available with the car) Complete bodywork strip-down to repair all glassfibre imperfections followed