1954 MG TF 1500. MG Red with Biscuit leather upholstery. The first post-war MG, the TC, bore great similarity to the pre-war TB and was superseded by the TD in 1950. Though visually similar to the earlier cars, it was built around the more modern chassis of the Y-Type Saloon, and it was around the uprated MKII TD that the TF of 1953 was based. Intended as an interim model pending the arrival of the upcoming MGA, its fared-in headlights and sloping radiator grille ensured more modern looks, and for the last year of manufacture the engine capacity was increased to 1,466cc. Just 3,400 of these so-called TF 1500s were ultimately produced. It was repatriated back to the UK in 2017. A back to chassis restoration has been carried out some years ago and the car is still in outstanding condition. The previous owner had been looking for the best example he could find and eventually settled on this car cherishing it in his ownership. The car drives and performs well, having always been garaged and comes with a fresh MoT upon sale even though the MG is exempt. This endearing little car would seem like a good way into MG ownership, being in ready-to-go condition with lots of enjoyable miles (and smiles) still on offer. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1961 BMW Isetta 300. Genuine UK Right Hand Drive Car. Built by the Italian firm of Iso, the Isetta caused a sensation when it was lunched at the Turin Motor Show in November 1953.;Unlike anything seen before, not only was it small (only 7.5ft long by 4.5ft wide) and egg-shaped with bubble-type windows, but the entire front end of the car hinged outwards to allow entry and exit. The steering wheel and instrument panel also swung out with the door as this made access to the single bench seat easier.;The Isetta soon captured the attention of BMW who made a deal to design and manufacture their own version of the car under licence. BMW quickly made many changes, including a new 247cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine, borrowed from the BMW R25 motorcycle, that made 12bhp and boosted top speed to around 50mph.;In 1956 they fitted longer side windows and a larger 298cc engine to produce the BMW Isetta 300, now with a heady 13bhp and improved torque that made hill climbing a little easier. Between 1957 and 1962 BMW also produced the 300 in RHD at a factory in the former Brighton railway works.;Dating from 1961, this Isetta 300 is one of those Brighton-built cars and has had just four owners from new. The previous keeper was given an Isetta by her father on her 16th birthday as she could drive it on a motorcycle licence (lucky girl!). Although she traded it in for a Mini when she got her full licence, she always had fond memories of the Isetta and her husband eventually bought her a one as a surprise Christmas present in 1992 (lucky lady!).;Only sparingly used during her 26-year ownership and always kept garaged, it has been regularly serviced and MOT’d at local classic car specialists, Alderton Garage near Tewkesbury. In good and highly original order throughout, it is showing only 28,086 miles on the clock which is more than likely correct.;Recently treated to a new set of tyres, it sailed through its MOT in September last year with no advisories recorded and although it is now MOT exempt we will apply afresh MOT upon sale. With microcar values rising strongly of late we see this car as a sound investment.;Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1970 Daimler 250 V8 Automatic. The Daimler 2.5 V8 / V8-250 is a four-door saloon which was produced by The Daimler Company Ltd. from 1962 to 1969 and was the first Jaguar designed car to wear a Daimler badge. To the casual observer, it was essentially a re-badged Jaguar Mk2; however, Daimler's version utilised the 2548cc V8 from the SP250 roadster under the bonnet and it was a good match with the stylish contemporary lines of the Mk2 complemented by the well balanced and torquey power unit. Arguably, the Daimler was a nicer car to drive than the Jaguar thanks to the engine's light weight (51kg less) and compact dimensions, whilst the eight cylinders endowed it with silky flexibility. Cosmetic differences included a Daimler fluted grille, rear number plate surround, distinctive wheel trims, badges, and interior details included a split-bench front seat from the Jaguar Mk1 and a black enamel steering wheel. Special interior and exterior colours could also be specified. Most cars were fitted with power-assisted steering but it was optional. Automatic transmission was standard; manual, with or without overdrive, became an option in 1967. The Daimler's Borg-Warner Type 35 automatic transmission was smaller and lighter than the units used on the Mk2 Jaguar and had strong engine braking in each gear range. In April 1964, the Borg-Warner Type 35 automatic transmission was replaced by a D1/D2 type, also by Borg-Warner.;Produced from October 1967 to 1969, the V8-250 was a minor face-lift and re-labelling of the 2.5 V8 saloon and differed in relatively small details: ‘slim-line' bumpers and over-riders (shared with the Jaguar 240/340 relabelled at the same time), negative earth electrics, an alternator instead of a dynamo and twin air cleaners, one for each carburettor. Other new features included padding over the instrument panel, padded door cappings and ventilated leather upholstery, reclinable front seats, and a heated rear window. Power steering and overdrive were optional extras.;The car offered for sale here is a V8-250, manufactured in 1969, but first registered on the 15th January 1970, making it one of last examples. Finished in Old English White, with a red leather interior the car presents very well. We have a large history file with the car containing bills, invoices and lots of old MOT's that back up the low mileage of just 70,000. It has been with its last owner for 7 years and he has looked after the car very well. On test drive the Daimler performed just as it should with the V8 making a lovely noise and the auto gearbox changing up and down correctly. All panels are straight and true with correct gaps and the paintwork still displays a good sheen, the red leather upholstery is still in good order with no rips or tears. This car is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
1974 MGB GT Manual / Overdrive. Factory Black with Oxblood leather upholstery. This stunning GT was extensively restored approximately 10 years ago and is still in outstanding order today. The paintwork is in lovely condition and the leather upholstery totally unworn with no marks. Under the bonnet the engine bay is very tidy with an aluminium rocker cover and chrome air filters. This MGB has covered less than 1000 miles in the last 6 years and although it is now MOT exempt we will apply a fresh MOT upon sale. There are lots of previous MoT certificates and invoices for work carried out. It has all the right bits with wire wheels, Sports steering wheel, Webasto sunroof and a manual gearbox with overdrive. A V8 front spoiler completes the look of this GT. All dials and gauges work and the car has very good oil pressure. On test drive the car performed very well with a strong engine and a smooth gear change and overdrive working correctly. This car is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. 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
1959 Austin Healey Sprite MK I Frogeye. Burgundy with black upholstery and black side screens. Designed by Donald Healey in partnership with BMC, the MkI Sprite was launched in 1958 and proved such a hit that it spawned a whole new generation of imitators from rivals like Triumph and MG. Based around humble A35 underpinnings, it inspired huge public affection due to its lively road manners and cute 'Frogeye' styling – a happy accident that only came about because the pop-up headlights that the car was designed for proved too costly to mass produce and were changed at the last minute to the fixed pods that so define the car today. This charming Frogeye Sprite has been with its last keeper for 17 years and during this time he has rebuilt the car with all of the bills and invoices in the history file. The Healey has been fitted with the larger 1275cc engine which makes the car a lot more alert and sprightly than the 948cc engines and is really fun to drive on country lanes. The paintwork presents very well and the interior in super condition with no signs of wear. The black hood is in very good order as are the side screens. On test drive the car performed very well with a strong engine pulling well and a smooth gearbox. The car comes complete with a large history folder containing old MoT's and various bills and invoices along with a drivers handbook and original workshop manual. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1971 MGB Roadster 5 Speed. British Racing Green with Barley leather upholstery and a Barley mohair hood. This stunning MGB has been cherished by its former keeper and is in beautiful condition. The car has many upgrades which include a five speed gearbox conversion ( Invoice on file ), unleaded cylinder head, electric windows and a new mohair hood. The car comes complete with a large history file containing lots of bills, invoices and old MOT certificates. The MG performed faultlessly on test drive with a very strong engine with excellent oil pressure and the 5 speed gearbox makes the car ideal for road trips and touring holidays. The paintwork is in super order and the interior and carpets excellent. The chrome wire wheels are not pitted or rusted and still look like new as does all the chrome on the car. In summary if you are looking for a great MGB that is ready to use then this car is well worth a look. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1977 Triumph Spitfire 1500. Inca Yellow with Black Leather upholstery and yellow piping. This is definitely the best Spitfire that we had with over GBP 14500 spent since January 2013. The previous owner wanted the best he could get so started with a very good car then improved the Spitfire to the outstanding example that it is now. There is too much to list but here is some of the work carried out. Lucas Halogen headlamp conversion with new inner bowls. New alternator and voltage stabilizer. Mintex brake pads. Goodridge stainless braided hoses. Rear brake cylinders. Stainless steel big bore single pipe exhaust. K and N filters with aluminium sub stacks. Carburettor heat shield. Brake master cylinder. Clutch master and slave cylinders plus all ancillaries. Stainless braided fuel pipe and petroflex ends.Starter solenoid. Fuel pump plus fittings. Stainless steel door mirrors. Fuel tank, sender and accessories. LED indicator bulbs and rear lamp holders. LED brake lights and stoplights. CSI electronic ignition, HT lead set and sports coil. Moto Lita steering wheel. Full restoration of HS4 carburettors with AAQ needles and yellow springs. New steering rack. Track rod ends, Superflex polybush rack bushes. Hi Torque starter motor. Upgraded steering joint. Pair anti roll bar links. Front suspension Superflex polybush kit, Gaz ride height adjustable dampers and uprated springs. Spring top plates. Retrosound model two radio with ipod plug-in. Trunnion less vertical links, uprated alloy hub set. Camber adjustable top wishbones. Cross drilled vented brake discs. Koni classic adjustable rear dampers. 540 Amp battery. Adjustable rear radius arms plus blue polybushes. Blue superflex bushes for rear dampers. Silicone coolant hoses with stainless clips. In August 2015 the engine was rebuilt to Stage 2 unleaded specification by Triumph specialists Jigsaw, they also fitted a 5 speed gearbox conversion, this invoice alone amounts to GBP 7587.52p. There is a large folder of all the bills and invoices and a valuation certificate from the Triumph Sports Six Club dated October 2015 for GBP 15,000. This is a fantastically well sorted Spitfire that is the best we have driven. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
1971 MGB Roadster Manual Overdrive. Full nut and bolt restoration including a new Heritage shell in 2001 costing GBP 25000 and still in A1 condition today. This car was a no expense spared re-build of an early toggle switch MGB. Very few cars out there are finished to this standard and to build this car today would be GBP 40000+. The car is stunning in Nightfire red with Barley Connolly leather MGR V8 leather upholstery and an as new Mohair hood. Included in the concours show winning engine bay is a fully re-built 1950cc fast road unleaded engine with the correct single 45 Weber carburettor. Also fitted is a large stainless steel large bore sports exhaust, servo assisted brakes, uprated suspension and Kenlowe fan. The Heritage shell gives you a totally rust free body with perfect panel fit and unmarked paintwork, the car also has an aluminium bonnet fitted. In the history file is an incredible photographic collection of all the work carried out during the restoration. Most recently in May 2018 GBP 830 was spent on servicing and a new starter motor. In summary this is possibly the best MGB Roadster that we have offered, the car is an absolute pleasure to drive and is a real head turner and will put a huge smile on your face. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1975 Triumph Stag MK II 3.0 V8 Automatic. Grey with black upholstery and a new black soft top. Supplied new by Henlys Ltd of London and registered on 2nd April 1975. According to the Heritage Certificate on file the Stag was fitted with a Borg Warner automatic gearbox, Inertia reel seat belts, a laminated windscreen and alloy wheels. The car had a glass out re-paint some time ago and a new soft top fitted, the interior trim is in super condition with no rips or tears and good seat cushions. The car was subjected to recommissioning in 2011 and has covered less than 1000 miles since. The invoice for this work is included in the history file and the cost was GBP 3800. In our opinion there is nothing better than the sound of a V8 Stag enjoying summer weather and this car is no exception. With a strong engine mated to a smooth automatic gearbox this Triumph is a joy to drive and is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1964 MGB Roadster MK I Pull Handle. This very rare and desirable Pull Handle is beautifully presented in Iris Blue with Blue Leather piped upholstery. Conceived in the late 1950s and launched in 1962, the MG B would turn out to be one of the most successful sports cars of all time. Attractively styled, cheap to run and easily maintained by the home mechanic, the ‘B’ carried on MG’s traditional role of providing affordable, sports car motoring for the ordinary enthusiast. The B was mechanically similar to the preceding MG A, though with heavier, unitary construction bodyshell. To compensate for the newcomer’s increased weight the existing B-Series engine was stretched from 1622 to 1798cc, while the MG B’s aerodynamically efficient lines made the most of the maximum available 95bhp to achieve a top speed which just bested the magic ‘ton’. This is an original UK right hand drive car that has been with its last owner for 17 years, during this time it has been little used and cherished. The car was restored some years ago and is still in beautiful condition today. The MG has a lovely clean bodyshell with straight panels, very good fitting doors and great panel alignment. Whilst on test drive to take the photographs the MG performed very well with a great engine pulling well through the rev range and displaying good oil pressure. The MG is a great drivers car that is extremely fun to drive with super handling and this one is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. This car still retains its original features including steering wheel. The car has an MOT until May 2019 with no advisories. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1999 BMW Z3 2.0 Roadster. Titanium Silver Metallic with Oxblood leather upholstery. Only 66,000 miles from new with Full Service History, and a service book containing 13 stamps. This BMW has been lovingly cared for and no expense has been spared in the upkeep of this super sports car. The 6 cylinder engine is very smooth and pulls very well and is a delight to drive, ideal for summer touring and fun. The hood is in great condition and is a very easy job to raise and lower. The car benefits from power steering, electric windows and central locking. If you are looking for a car to use and enjoy then this Z3 is well worth a look, with low mileage and great service history it represents great value. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Free delivery within the U.K
1954 Austin A40 Devon Van. Streamline Blue with light brown leather upholstery. This super Austin van is now a very rare sight with not many left on our roads. This particular van has been cherished by its previous owner and no expense has been spared, having over GBP 1000 spent on its last workshop visit. It has a 1200cc engine mated to a column change manual gearbox. The upholstery is in lovely condition and the load area unmarked without the bashed wheel arches and dented panels usually found on commercials. The Devon starts on the button and drives well with a strong engine and smooth gearbox, most recent work includes a new clutch and exhaust, the carburettor was removed and refurbished, a new fuel pump fitted, steering box reconditioned, voltage regulator replaced and new spark plugs. Now MOT and Tax exempt ownership costs are kept to a minimum. Without doubt a very popular van of its era with many bought to work hard and consequently worked to death. With this in mind, examples like this are now difficult to acquire. 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! Just waiting to be enjoyed. 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.
1953 MG TD 1250cc. British Racing Green with Barley leather upholstery and black hood and side screens. This delightful TD is a very rare UK supplied right hand drive car that has been with its last owner for 15 years. An older restoration that still presents very well and during the rebuild the TD was upgraded with a Ford Type 9 five speed gearbox. As we know this is now the recognised and expensive modification that is very desirable and makes the MG very usable for touring holidays. The car starts on the button and is a pleasure to drive especially with the 5 speed box. Still with its original steering wheel this MG is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. The car presents very well and would grace any classic meet and holds its own in modern traffic. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major credit and debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1968 MGC Roadster Manual with Overdrive. Damask Red with Black leather and white piping. This super MGC has been well cared for over the years and is still in very good order today. The roadster presents very well with the correct 15" wire wheels, Moto Lita steering wheel and chrome luggage rack. The paintwork is very bright and still displays a good lustre, the interior boasts the original seats and the engine bay is unspoiled and unmolested. The black hood is in great order and the car also comes with a full tonneau cover. The car drives just as it should with a strong engine, good oil pressure and working overdrive. The MG is more than happy in modern traffic and can hold its own on any road. A fresh MOT will be applied upon sale. 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 can be arranged
1957 Citroen AZU Fourgonnette Van. Two tone grey with blue upholstery. Thanks to its soft, long-travel suspension and high ground clearance, the 2CV possessed remarkable off-road abilities together with a very smooth ride. Less than half the price of a VW Beetle, it was a massive success, transforming the lives of the rural poor and selling over 3.8 million examples between 1948 and 1990. This charming 1957 AZU Fourgonnette came to the UK in January 2000 and was given to the last owner in 2005 as a birthday gift from his wife. He then set about the major repairs that were required to get it roadworthy, including work on the sills and floor, rebuilt brakes, new tyres and general service items, the work amounting to over GBP 4,500. From 1954 the commercial van body AZ was re-designated AZU and came with the more powerful (12hp!) 425cc engine. The engine in this AZU starts on the button and drives well. The body is finished in period two tone grey which looks the business. The simple interior is in remarkably good condition with new seat covers, door panels and carpet. The load area although used is still very solid and ready to start carrying again. The tubular front bumper was usually only fitted on La Poste and EdF electricity vans, so that may shine some light on its previous life. 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!. Although now MOT and Tax exempt the van will be sold with a fresh MOT. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards available. Delivery can be arranged.
1972 Triumph TR6 PI 150 BHP. Blue with black upholstery. tThis super TR benefits from the full power 150bhp engine and overdrive gearbox to make the most of its ample performance. As the Heritage Certificate confirms, it was built in August 1972 and was sold to its first owner via Mann Egerton of Colchester two months later. Supplied with a large file of invoices charting regular upkeep over the last 25 years, it appears to have had an engine rebuild in the summer of 1993 (with invoices on file for new main bearings etc) since when it has covered around 25,000 miles as documented by 27 old MOTs back to 1990. It has also been uprated in numerous areas over the years including the fitment of a rollover bar; TriumphTune alloy rocker cover; sports coil; rev limiter; heat-wrapped six-branch exhaust manifold; twin stainless steel sports exhausts; electric cooling fan; Bosch fuel pump; polybushed suspension; adjustable front gas shocks; additional front driving lamps etc. In 2007 the interior was retrimmed with new carpets and black leather seat covers and inertia reel seat belts have also been fitted. A neat security feature is a fuel pump cut-off switch hidden in the ashtray on top of the dash and a red flashing light on the centre console to ward off thieves when parked up with the hood down. Starting promptly and running sweetly as we took it for photographs, it also sounded fantastic. Supplied with a mohair hood and tonneau cover, it also has an indoor car cover, an owner’s handbook and an MOT valid until March 2019. Much enjoyed during the current seven-year ownership, this discreetly uprated TR6 will no doubt bring a great deal of pleasure to its new owner in the coming summer months. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1969 Austin 6CWT Van. As BMC's policy was to provide both Austin and Morris with complete commercial vehicle ranges, Austin-badged variants of the Minor van and pick-up were sold following the end of Austin A35 production in 1968. These featured Austin badging and the corporate Austin 'crinkle-cut' radiator grille but were otherwise identical to the standard Minor commercials, and were sold as the Austin 6cwt and Austin 8cwt. This Austin van has been part of a private collection and displayed in the previous owners business premises as an advertisement aid. We haven driven the van five or six miles when photographed and found it to drive just as it should with a strong engine and gearbox. The paintwork is very good with no signs of rust or rot and the interior very tidy. This Morris is a very presentable usable van, with a very good engine bay and load area. 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!. The van will be sold with a fresh MOT. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards available. Delivery can be arranged.
1972 MG Midget MK III. 1275cc. Tartan red with black upholstery and a black hood. This stunning red example dates from August 1972 and comes with a huge file of invoices going back almost 25 years to show regular maintenance and improvements during this time. Virtually every single part of the car appears to have been rebuilt or replaced at some point and it is impossible to cover everything here. To highlight just a few of the major works: bodywork restored and repainted in 2003/06; new brakes and suspension in 2004/05; major mechanical overhaul and new wiring loom in 2009; endless new trim items in 2010; unleaded head in 2011; gearbox rebuild, new clutch kit and work to the front suspension in 2012. You only need to look at the car to see that all the work has been done to a high standard and a cursory glimpse at the underside is equally reassuring. It really does look like a new pin with sparkling paintwork and an interior that still looks almost showroom fresh. Apart from the vast pile of bills, other documentation includes many old MOTs back to 1992, an original owner’s handbook, parts catalogues. Running beautifully as we took the car for photographs, this is a peach of a car in all respects. It now just needs a new owner who can reap the benefits of all that hard work during this coming summer, and no doubt for many summers yet to come. We will also apply a fresh MOT upon sale. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1972 MGB Roadster Manual / Overdrive. Midnight Blue with black cloth upholstery. Lots of money has been spent on this very solid Roadster. It has just has a full professional re-paint completed and is in great condition with no signs of any rust or rot. It has had new wings and sills fitted previously and also now has a factory Gold Seal engine. In 2016 new carburettors were fitted along with a 123 distributor which makes this car run very well indeed. Also a new set of Minilite style alloy wheels have also been fitted. The MGB presents very well and would grace any showground or rally and is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1987 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera. Guards Red with Black Leather Upholstery. This 911 is a real credit to its last owners who have cherished the car and no expense has been spared, less than 1000 miles ago over GBP 1600 was spent at Design 911 UK to ensure that the Porsche was in tip top order for classic car shows and events. The car was subject to a body restoration some 10 years ago and we have photographs on file of the work carried out. The original drivers manual pack is still with the car as is the all important service book. 24 old MOT certificates, assorted tax discs and a very large folder of bills and invoices. The oils and filters have been changed regularly and the car is driving as well as ever. The car starts on the button and pulls very well with a strong engine mated to a G50 5 speed gearbox. Porsche 911's have seen a huge rise over the last few years and we see this car as a sound investment. A fresh MOT will be applied upon sale. This 911 is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1964 Morris Minor 1000. Rose Taupe with beautiful red upholstery. This lovely Morris is a real credit to its last owner. Over recent years it has been the subject of a thorough re-commission resulting in an expenditure of approx GBP 8,000. The interior has been upgraded with more modern seats making driving a much more comfortable experience. The paintwork still displays a good sheen and there are no signs of any rust or rot. Mechanically the car is also in great order, it starts on the button and drives without fault, the engine pulls well and the gear change is smooth and precise. The gearbox and rear axle are both quiet with no rumbles or whines. This is an ideal starter classic that would grace any showground or rally field and is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. The car is now tax and Mot exempt but will we still put a fresh MOT on the car upon sale. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1954 MG TF 1250cc. Very rare U.K supplied right hand drive car. Last of the MG T-Series line and arguably the best, the TF was introduced in October 1953. Although mechanically very similar to its TD predecessor, the provision of a shorter radiator, revised wing line and faired-in headlamps lent it an altogether sportier air. Old English White with red leather upholstery and a black mohair hood and side screens. An older restoration that is still very smart and has covered only 1,000 miles in the last ten years. This TF has been with its last owner for 12 years and has been loved during that time. Still driving very well this TF is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands for the upcoming season and would grace any classic meet. Being 1954 this MG is now MOT exempt however we will add a new MOT upon sale for your own peace of mind. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1991 Mini Cooper 1.3. Monte Carlo Red with Black cloth upholstery. White roof and wheels. This Mini was imported from Japan in 2013 and has been with the same owner since. The Cooper has covered just 29,000 kms which equates to 17,000 miles. It has a great specification which includes air conditioning, Minilite style alloy wheels, bonnet stripes, sports exhaust and clear lenses. The car has had very little use while it has been in the U.K but has just passed an MOT through to March 2019 with no advisories. The Cooper starts on the button and drives just as it should. Low mileage examples are becoming harder to find now and we see this car as a great opportunity to get into the classic car scene. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1969 Austin 6 CWT Van. Black with matching black upholstery. With Austin and Morris both part of BMC, the Minor-based Morris commercial vans were also marketed as the Austin 6cwt and Austin 8cwt. The commercials versions were initially marketed as the Morris Quarter Ton Van and Pick-up with a Series III designation applied from 1956.The names Morris 6cwt Van and Pickup was used following the introduction of the 1098cc engine in 1962 and 8cwt versions were added in 1968.;This Austin is in super condition with an MOT until January 2019. It recently underwent a full body re-paint and the body work is free from any rust or rot. Many MOT certificates together with a GOV.UK MOT history are included. Also included is a DVLA history of ownership with copies of all previous log books issued by the DVLA. This 6 CWT Austin version has the benefit of the larger 1098cc engine that starts first time and runs sweetly. On test drive it performed well with a strong engine and a smooth gearbox. The van has covered less than 1,000 miles in the last ten years.;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! 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.
1977 Mercedes Benz 350 SL Automatic. Icon gold metallic with brown and beige upholstery and a brown mohair hood. Presented with what many would consider the best combination for an R107 Mercedes, the 3.5 litre engine. The bodywork and interior is very presentable as are the unmarked alloy wheels, making this a perfect summer convertible. The engine is very strong with good oil pressure and pulls very well and the automatic gearbox changes effortlessly. With prices on Mercedes SL models rising we see this as a sound investment. If you are looking for a Mercedes SL that is ready to use then this one is well worth a look. Absolutely any inspection is welcome, all major credit and debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
1979 Porsche 911 3.0 Litre SC Flatnose (Flachbau) Turbo Bodied. Guards red with black and red leather upholstery. This stunning 911 is an original steel wings body conversion that was professionally carried out in the United States. The car has also been modified into a flatnose model, this type of modification was first offered by Porsche in 1981 and often commanded a higher premium. Porsche originally built 948 units. The Porsche has covered 118,000 miles and still drives very well with a strong engine married to a smooth 915 five speed gearbox, the engine displaying good oil pressure. We have an invoice on file for work on the car and engine less than 1,000 miles ago for $6500 in California. The car has been in the UK since 2016 and was supplied to the last owner by 911 Design. The price of the 911 is rising rapidly and we see this car as a good value Porsche. Absolutely any inspection is welcome and viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery and shipping can be arranged.
2007 Subaru Impreza 2.5 GB270 Prodrive Performance Pack WRX. World Rally Mica Blue with black upholstery. A stunning Impreza that has been cherished and in beautiful condition, having covered just 39,000 miles. A rare, final edition GB270 Impreza, number 286 of 300. Factory rear wing, Prodrive alloy wheels, mesh grille, and STi style bumpers. Fitted with the Prodrive Performance Pack - 266bhp, 0-60 in 5.3 secs. The cam belt has been changed during the last 1,000 miles and the car has recently had new discs and pads all round. If you are looking for a final edition Impreza then this car is well worth a look, it is a car we think any enthusiast would be proud to own and show. 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.;
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.