1968 Triumph Vitesse 2.0 MK I Overdrive Factory Convertible. Triple black with a mohair hood. This Vitesse has been with its last keeper for 18 years and has a large history file of bills, invoices and old MOT certificates. The Triumph has a CV chassis number which shows it is a genuine factory convertible. In July 2016 GBP 1377 was spent on servicing and repairs. The 2.0 engine starts and runs very well and the gearbox has working overdrive. The mohair hood was fitted in 2012 and is still in great condition as is the interior of the car with good upholstery and carpets with good wood. On test drive the car performed well with no issues. It is a very presentable car but not a show car, mechanically very strong with a super interior but with some age related paint imperfections. A very usable car that runs and drives well that you can use and maybe improve over the winter if required but certainly not necessary. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
1967 MG Midget MK III 1275cc. British Racing Green with original black seats with white piping. This super Midget has been lovingly cared for by its former owner over the last eight years. The Midget really stands out in probably the most popular colour combination sitting on unmarked chrome wire wheels. The panel fit is one of the best we have had with excellent gaps and super shut lines. The interior is in lovely order with unmarked seats, carpets and door cards. This Midget is a real credit to its last owner and has obviously been cherished. The car still has its original steering wheel, and all of the gauges are still operational. Factory options included wire wheels and a heater and the car has a half tonneau cover and a nearly new hood. On test drive the Midget drove very well with correct oil pressure and temperature. Overall it is a super car that is just waiting to be enjoyed by its new owners. In summary a very usable classic that is great fun and will put a smile on your face. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
1950 Ford Prefect E493A 1172cc. Factory Ford Black with Tan leather upholstery. The Prefect was the Anglia's bigger brother; introduced in 1939 as a replacement for the aged 10hp model, it had the same overall dimensions as the Anglia but used a wheelbase four inches longer to accommodate the two rear doors. The Prefect also used a larger and more powerful engine to cope with the extra bodywork as well as the intended passengers. Production continued after the War's interruption, and a makeover followed in 1948 for both models. Like its smaller sibling, the changes made to the Prefect were aesthetic rather than mechanical, the main difference being the incorporation of the headlights into the new car's wings set off by a new grill between them. Production continued until 1953's shake-up, with over 192,000 E493As being produced in these five years. This Prefect is a good solid example of the model, the cars paintwork is still in good condition while the tan interior is also original and also in good overall condition. Originally registered on 14th of October 1950 the car is still very original with just the addition of some modern indicators for safety reasons. Running and driving well this Prefect is now MOT and tax exempt so is a very affordable way of enjoying classic motoring. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
2003 Alfa Romeo Spider JTS Lusso. Nero Black coachwork with tan leather Momo sports seats and black mohair electric hood. This Spider is the facelifted model with the larger front grille and offset number plate. Having covered just 81,000 miles from new with a full service history and last serviced just 4,000 miles ago. The complete book pack is still with the car as is the all important service book displaying 9 stamps. The Alfa has been very well cared for over the years and is it outstanding condition for its age and displays owners club stickers in the windscreen. The car has a fully functioning electric hood, remote central locking, electric windows and working air conditioning. This really is a lovely summer sports car, the essence of Italian style. Coming complete with a private registration plate this Lusso is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. On road test with really enjoyed the Alfa, the car performing without fault. These are quick and competent cars with typical Alfa flair and very very enjoyable. The Alfa Spider is regarded as one of the best looking convertibles that is very usable daily or just for weekend pleasure. As it was said on a series of Top Gear program 'you are not a true classic car enthusiast until you have owned an Alfa'. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
1986 Austin Mini Mayfair. Eclipse blue with grey velour upholstery. A fabulous car that has covered just 53,000 miles from new, The last owner, a lady has owned the Mini for 28 years and was only the second keeper. The Mayfair was treated to a refurbishment during 2015 and is in super order throughout. The car comes complete with a good history file showing most MoTs until the late 1990s along with past service invoices and other documents. The car starts on the button and drives extremely well, the manual gearbox is smooth and precise and is a rarity as most Mayfair models were automatic. This car is a "BL" era car and features items such as a rev counter, servo front disc brakes, plastic wheel arch covers, opening rear side windows and plush velour seating. Known as the "Mayfair Edition". Seldom do such low mileage examples come to market so this is a great opportunity to obtain a very collectable car. This is a car that any enthusiast would be pleased to own and would be a welcome addition to any collection or purely as a usable classic. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery included in mainland UK.
1968 Morris Mini Cooper MK II 998cc. Tartan red with a Snowberry white roof. This stunning Mini Cooper has been with its last owner for 14 years and during this time was subject to a complete nut and bolt restoration that was completed in 2012 and covered less than 500 miles since. The restoration was carried out by Sprockets and Spanners of Bradford with all of the invoices in the history file. No expense has been spared and every component either refurbished or replaced, the engine and gearbox were rebuilt with the car now able to run on unleaded fuel. The upholstery is brand new as are the carpets, roof lining and door cards. This car really needs to be seen to be appreciated, the engine bay is fully detailed and the underside as good as the rest of the paintwork. This Mini drives just as good as it looks with a fantastic exhaust note and a great driving experience with the straight cut gearbox. The car displays 61,000 miles which could well be correct, and we have lots of old MoT certificates. There is a large history file with the car showing all the thousands spent during the rebuild. This Cooper is ready to show and would be a welcome addition to any collection and would not look out of place in any parade. From our past experience restored Mini Coopers do not remain unsold for very long, so if you are looking for a stunning example with great investment prospects - then this is the one for you. She really is a turn-key completed project. So there is nothing to do other than enjoy this 'Mini Adventure' and admire the attention to detail that has been put into this beautiful restoration.
1972 Mercedes Benz 350 SL Automatic. Nicknamed 'der Panzerwagen' by Mercedes-Benz's own development engineers, the R107-series was an engineering tour de force which remained in production for eighteen years (1971-1989). Styled by Bruno Sacco and surprisingly modern to drive thanks to all-round independent suspension, power steering and four-wheel disc brakes, it was conceived as a grand tourer rather than an out and out sportscar. A strong performer, it remained in production until 1980. This particular car is presented in Champagne Gold with Palamino MB Tex upholstery, a chocolate mohair soft top and matching champagne hard top. This lovely SL was supplied new by Dingle Garages of Colwyn Bay in April 1972. The car has the original service book present with services carried out at 138, 4328, 10698, 22361, 28241, 35023, 42644, 46562, 51869, 54896, 61822 and 62550 miles and now having covered just 63,000 miles. The Mercedes is powered by the 3499cc V8 engine providing 195 bhp married to an automatic gearbox. This car has been very well cared for with no expense spared and most recently this year has had some work carried out and a set of new tyres totaling GBP 2935, we also have some old MoT's in the history file along with an owners manual. On test drive the car performed without fault and was a real pleasure to drive easily keeping up with modern road demands. In summary this is a beautiful car with exceptionally low mileage that we think is a sound investment due the the rising prices of the R107 models. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery and shipping can be arranged.
1963 Ford Zephyr Six MK III Police Car. Ermine White with red upholstery. Dating from 1963, this particular MkIII looks every inch the period police car.It has only had three owners since 1978, the second of whom fully restored the car in the late-1990s, including an engine rebuild, before the last keeper acquired it in 2011. He has enjoyed the car greatly over the last six years, being invited to every Goodwood Revival where the car has been enjoyed by many thousands of visitors at this superb event, both on and off the track. It has also earned a good living in the film and TV world, including appearances in ‘Endeavour’ and ‘The Quiet Ones’, and has also been featured in the Daily Telegraph. Still in good order throughout and packed with police features such as ‘blues and twos’, PA system and a radio, it also has a rare twin exhaust system in heavy gauge stainless steel and an electric fan to keep it cool on the track. There is a Police sign for the front grille which is easily removed for use on the public highway (as the law requires). Supplied with a very large file of invoices and photos documenting the restoration and regular upkeep since, it has an MOT with no advisories recorded but we will apply a fresh MOT upon sale. Although all the police equipment is easily removable if desired, why would you do that when you can have so much fun at Goodwood? Viewing is highly recommended. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
1965 Austin Gipsy G4 M15 Pick-Up. Just releasede from a private collection. This Austin has a BMIHT certificate showing build date of 13th April 1965. Bought new by Richard Renfrew of New Farm, Knightcote, Leamington Spa. In service until about 1985 when it was barn stored. Recorded mileage is 30,000. Acquired by the present owner on 13.02.02. The 2199cc petrol engine came from the Austin A70 Hereford car. This Gipsy has the traditional leaf spring suspension. "Flexitor" rubber trailing arm suspension and the "London Taxi" 2178cc diesel engine were options. These vehicles had a strong and durable chassis but the steel bodywork was very prone to rusting. This one was no exception and was fully restored in 2003 where it has remained in a private collection ever since. Production ceased in 1968 with the British Leyland Motor Corporation merger which also encompassed the Rover car company. As Land Rover was a direct competitor and the preferred option the Austin Gipsy was discontinued. This car really is a credit to its former owner and just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. Please call for any further information. Absolutely any inspection welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Part exchange welcome. Delivery can be arranged.
1960 Austin A40 Farina Countryman MK I 948cc. Farina Grey with a black roof and blue carpets and upholstery. Launched by BMC in 1958 to replace the highly successful Austin A35, the A40 Farina was a strikingly modern car with clean, functional lines penned by Pininfarina of Italy. This beautiful A40 has been cherished and loved with no expense spared. In the midst of all this, BMC introduced their Countryman version in 1959, with what was to be one of the world’s first commercially successful hatchbacks, although the term hatchback didn’t come into common parlance until the early 1970s. Distinguished by its slightly smaller rear side windows and altered roofline, it offered rear passengers a bit more headroom and almost estate car carrying capacity, thanks to its lift-up rear window and flop-down tailgate. Although a popular option at the time, the low survival rate of Countrymans makes them quite a rarity today. Well known to the A40 register, its previous owner had been a leading light in the club and had owned it from 1995 until his passing in 2013. It has been featured in several books, including ‘Cars’ by Stephen Bayley and ‘The Last Real Austin’ by Colin Peck both of which are with the car. The Austin has just received a fresh MOT and no advisories were recorded. The car starts on the button and is a real joy to drive performing exactly as it should. In summary if you want one of the best available then this is well worth a look. We think this is a car that any collector or enthusiast would be pleased to own. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery to mainland UK included in the asking price. Shipping can be arranged.
New and un-registered MGTF 135 with only 94 delivery miles. Platinum Silver with Black Sebring Upholstery and a blue hood. This 2002 model MG can only be described as time warp, it is in effect a new car having covered less than 100 miles and never registered. The car was purchased by its first owner for his daughter. Due to a separation the daughter never received the car and until now has been in a private collection as a pure investment. The TF comes complete with its factory build sheet and V55 form should you wish to register the car, we can assist you with this process. We are also able to offer delivery or can put the car into secure long term storage for you. Both sets of keys are with the car and please note this is a home market U.K right hand drive car and not a later Chinese model. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery and shipping can be arranged.
1964 Triumph Spitfire 4 MK I. Wedgewood blue with black upholstery, black hood and factory hard top. This stunning Spitfire was restored in 2002 by well-known Triumph specialists Robsport and we have a large album containing photographs of the work carried out. Since thast time the car has only covered 5,000 miles and is still in outstanding condition today. We have a large history file containing bills, invoices and old MoT certificates as well as the original buff log book. Interestingly the car is also a TV star having appeared in the 2013 Clark's Shoes Commercial "Weekend Away" see https:vimeo.com/200853083. MK I Spitfires are a very rare sight nowadays and according to How Many Left only 13 cars were taxed during 2016 so that makes this Triumph very collectible. The soft top is in great condition as is the tonneau cover and with the factory hard top it makes this car very usable. Driving just as it should with no faults it is just waiting for a new home where it can be cherished and loved by its new owners. We think this car will be a sound investment because of its condition and rarity. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery and shipping can be arranged.
1970 MGB Roadster 1800. Manual with Overdrive. Black with tan leather upholstery and a black mohair hood. This MGB can only be described as stunning and has been fully restored to a very high specification. The car was subject to a bare shell re-build with photographs showing the extent of the work completed. No expense was spared and the car was fitted with leather seats, chrome wire wheels and a mohair hood. The engine has been converted to run on unleaded fuel and the gearbox is fitted with overdrive. The drive of the MG can only be described as faultless with a lovely strong engine with excellent oil pressure and a smooth gearbox with working overdrive in 3rd and 4th. Just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands this MGB would be a welcome addition to any collection and a car that any enthusiast would be proud to own. These models are rising in price very quickly now and we see this car as a good investment. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
1972 Austin Mini Pickup 1275cc. Glacier White with Blue leather upholstery and white piping. This stunning Mini Pickup was subject to a full nut and bolt restoration in 2015 and has covered just 200 miles since. The Mini has been upgraded with a freshly built 1275cc engine, and we have photographs of the rebuild. Absolutely no expense has been spared and we think this must be one of the best pickups available in the UK today. The upholstery has been trimmed in full piped leather and brand new matching door cards and carpets fitted. The rear load area has had a bespoke wooden bed made and the van sits on period correct 10" steel wheels. The Mini drives just as you would expect with no faults, a very strong engine and smooth gearbox and a wonderful tone from the sports exhaust. The cost required to reproduce this car would be huge. This pickup is perfect for any collection and would stand out on any showground. The whole concept of purchasing a light commercial for private classic motoring combined with its advertising potential is one we have enjoyed for many years and proved to be an enormous success. Without doubt the most economical and successful form of advertising known to man. In summary if you want the best available then this is well worth a look. We think this is a car that any collector or enthusiast would be pleased to own. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery to mainland UK included in the asking price. Shipping can be arranged.
1986 Austin Mini Mayfair Automatic. Sea Mist Blue with grey upholstery. This Mini was owned by the same family from new until 2015 and 1 lady since. The 11,200 miles on the clock can therefore be warranted as correct, supported as they are by the original service book which contains 8 stamps. Its most recent service was undertaken just a few miles ago. As one would expect of such a low mileage vehicle, it drives beautifully and the automatic gearbox performs well. The Mayfair retains its original book-pack and spare spare set of keys. This car is a "BL" era car and features items such as a rev counter, servo front disc brakes, plastic wheel arch covers, opening rear side windows and plush velour seating. Known as the "Mayfair Edition". Seldom do such low mileage examples come to market so this is a great opportunity to obtain a very collectable car. This is a car that any enthusiast would be pleased to own and would be a welcome addition to any collection or purely as a usable classic. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery included in mainland UK.
1967 MGB GT MKI Manual with Overdrive. Old English White with Black Leather and red piping. This stunning GT has been with its last owner for 10 years, has covered only 49,000 miles from new and is a matching numbers car. In 2007 the car was restored and had a bare shell repaint and as you can see is still in outstanding condition today. Still in original specification the MGB still retains its aluminium bonnet and genuine steering wheel. More recently both front and rear suspension and all related bushes have been replaced, a stainless steel exhaust is fitted as is a stainless fuel tank, the chrome wire wheels are unmarked and the tyres excellent. During the restoration the engine and gearbox were rebuilt and the car is now suitable for unleaded fuel. The history folder contains no less than 31 MOT certificates confirming the mileage of 49,000 with the car covering just 10,000 miles since 1983. The original log book is present in the history folder as is the original BMC service book. The car performs faultlessly with excellent oil pressure, a very strong engine and working overdrive in third and fourth gears. The factory steering wheel and wire wheels complete the look of this beautiful MGB. A fresh MOT will be applied along with 12 months road fund licence. You will not be disappointed with this wonderful classic and viewing is highly recommended. Remarkable in both condition and history, this is a vehicle that any enthusiast would be very proud to own and enjoy. Absolutely any inspection welcome. Please call us for any more information. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1972 Triumph TR6. Sapphire blue with black leather upholstery and a black hood. This Triumph was built at the Canley plant in December 1971 and dispatched in January 1972 to British Leyland Motors in Denver Colorado. The TR spent the first twenty years of its life in the US until it was repatriated from Califorina in 1992 when it was purchased by Mr Potts of Durham. During this ownership the car was completely restored and converted to right hand drive and eventually re-registered in the UK in 1998. The car still has the original twin carburettor setup as supplied when new. Over the years the car has been subject to various upgrades which include new high back seats, Spax shock absorbers, K and N filters and a Moto Lita steering wheel. We have a history folder with the car which contains lots of bills, invoices and some old MOT certificates. The Triumph drives just as it should with a strong engine, good oil pressure and a smooth gearbox with overdrive. A fresh MOT will applied upon sale. This Triumph is now ready to use and just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. This is a vehicle that any enthusiast would be very proud to own and enjoy. Absolutely any inspection welcome. Please call us for any more information. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
Supplied new to Mr Ogilvie of Buckingham this Nova has remained in his ownership until now. Totally original. Glacier white with grey cloth upholstery this stunning car has covered only 10,100 miles from new. All the Vauxhall handbooks and wallet are present complete with stamped service book and also the original invoice from the supplying dealer Camden Motors. The car drives just as Vauxhall intended it to and starts on the button and is without fault. All the panels are straight and correct and we can't find any traces of paintwork carried out. MOT'd with no advisories. The car really is lovely as you can see in the pictures and would be a great addition to any collection or to be enjoyed throughout the season. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.