We are delighted to offer this truly outstanding car onto the market. This is an ideal collectors piece and most certainly a car for the discerning buyer. This very original, low mileage MKI Jaguar was first registered in June 1958 and still retains its original colours of Grey with its wonderfully original Red leather upholstery and original registration mark 697 BDE. The MK1 is now being recognised as the collectors choice, for most cognoscenti the purest iteration of the breed. With its filled in rear spats and steel colour coded wheels this car fits the bill almost perfectly The first owner was Mr Hall of Pembrokeshire who kept the car for over fifteen years before selling the car to a local motor dealership in the mid 1970's. By 1975 the Jaguar mileage was just 25,615 miles and records have been kept since with the mileage now just 59,000. Between 1975 and 1999 the Jaguar covered just 13000 miles and was then sold to a QC Barrister based in Kent and Central London. Between 1999 and 2013 the Jaguar covered almost 20,000 miles and was subject of thousands of pounds worth of expenditure ensuring the car could be reliably toured and also kept in outstanding, very original order. In 2005 the MKI was awarded a first prize at a Jaguar factory concourse and invoices over this period total over £15,000. The invoices detail superb maintenance, fastidious preparation for road use and shows the owner kept up to the car with no expense spared. The most substantial work carried out over this period was an engine rebuild, gearbox overhaul and VSE cylinder head overhaul and lead free conversion. The flywheel was also refaced and balanced to the crankshaft by VSE. Other invoices cover maintenance and work to include new hoses, thermostat, steering bushes and steering column universal joints, new brake master cylinder and re-conditioned servo, re-lined brake shoes, overhauled starter motor, replacement anti roll bar bushes, new propshaft universal joints, new clutch master and slave cylinders, new flexible hoses, new track rod ends, ball joint assemblies, new exhaust mountings, new clutch assembly, regular servicing and underbody wax. 697 BDE is mechanically excellent as expected with the high level of expenditure over recent years. The engine runs superbly holding impressive oil pressure. The rebuilt unit is in top condition and benefits from the VSE rebuilt head. The gearbox is lovely to use and changes up and down smoothly, brakes, handling and steering all feel excellent and the car is a true delight on the road. This MKI is a special car and has the lovely balance of genuine originality and recent mechanical expenditure that has given the car proven reliability and contributed towards the car winning events. Top class, low mileage original cars are not easy to find and this one will not disappoint. Presentation is beautiful with lovely deep, high quality paintwork, stunning straight body panels and an exceptional straight underside. The chrome work gleams, the glass all lovely and the car has a wonderful presence. The interior is almost unrepeatable with outstanding original Red leather, stunning carpets, woodwork, gauges and is of a condition you would expect when a few years old. The car feels like a true time warp and has such an honest, high class feel that is so hard to replicate and is almost impossible to recreate with a fully restored car. Export and finance enquiries welcome
We are pleased to offer this fabulous 1958 TR3A for sale As the accompanying Heritage Certificate confirms, this TR3A was built in April 1958 and despatched to the Stanbourne Motor Company of Bournemouth. Pearl Grey with red trim, it was originally registered RBL 510 and was first owned by JH Fisher Contractors of Burghfield Common, Berkshire, as confirmed by the original green log book. JH Fisher was a company owned by Sir William Benyon, a grandson of Lord Salisbury, who also owned the 14,000 acre Englefield Estate in Berkshire and Hampshire and was to be the Tory MP for Buckingham from 1970 to 1992. Anecdotal evidence related via a previous owner states that Benyon had the car modified for competition use and campaigned it extensively before selling it in 1963, although there is no documentary evidence to substantiate this. The second owner kept the car until 1972 and the third until 2007 although it was barn stored for much of this time. The fourth owner sold it on again in 2010 by which time it was in fairly dilapidated condition. It was then treated to a total nut-and-bolt rebuild between 2010 and 2013 which has resulted in the fine specimen you see today The original engine was fully rebuilt and upgraded to 2,190cc specification which, allied to the 4-speed overdrive gearbox and front disc brakes, gives sparkling performance. The colour-coded wire wheels are shod with quality Vredestein tyres (including the boot-mounted spare), while a battery cut-off switch has also been fitted to the dash and inertia-reel seat belts installed. Since the restoration was completed, the car has covered barely 1,000 miles and is only just run-in. It comes with a good history file, including the aforementioned Heritage Certificate and original green log book Many invoices detailing the parts used in the restoration. A rare hard top with roof-mounted driving lamp and a full set of weather gear including a new hood, sidescreens and tonneau are also included. In excellent condition throughout and with a most appealing and original colour scheme Must be viewed to be appreciated Export enquiries welcome Explore your purchasing power through flexible payment plans designed specifically for this sector.
We are very pleased to offer this absolutely immaculate Ferrari 456 to the market Finished in Argento Nurbugring with Dark Navy leather interior, this car is supplied with a matching set of leather, Ferrari fitted luggage. A very refreshing change to the more common Tour de France Blue with Crème Sold new to Mr D. Bralsford on 27th May 1997, by the then sole Channel Islands Distributor of Ferraris, Melbourne Garage in Jersey. Sold to Mr Stephen J Marie 30th Sept 2009 An invoice for £148,485.00 and a letter from the supplying dealer offering to collect the first owner from the airport and taking him to lunch accompanies various large invoices throughout the years on regular maintenance, no expense has been spared on this car. The service book shows the following: Date Specialist Mileage 8.4.99 JDK Maranello 2,025 28.4.00 Five Oaks 2,954 18.9.01 Five Oaks 3,319 22.7.04 Maufant Garage 3,942 20.10.10 Seaton Garage 4,562 10.4.15 Paul Keens 6,357 large service and cambelts This 456 must be one of the most exceptional cars on the market today, not only is it one of the lowest mileage cars on offer it comes complete with. • Original bill of sale • Complete book pack • Spare keys • Ferrari trickle charger • Ferrari dust cover • Matching set of leather Ferrari fitted luggage Now showing just over 6,686 miles, It has recently been the recipient of a full service at a Ferrari Main Dealer in the UK. The car presents as new and requires absolutely nothing doing to it Supplied with current V5c and fresh MoT, Export enquiries welcomed
- - Just in and available soon - - We are very pleased to be able to offer one of the finest 1973 PORSCHE 911T 2.4L CSI TARGAS on the market It is in spectacular condition throughout and a very rare car. Only 53,158 MILES! First owner until 1975 Second Owner 1975 until 2015 Third owner 2015 to our purchase. Meticulously maintained and always garaged, completely restored in California in 2014 covering around 10,000miles since Finished in its original colour combination of classic Aubergine with beautiful Tan interior and removable Black targa top. Porsche COA on file Fitted with many rare options Factory air conditioning Factory Power windows Factory 4-speed sportomatic transmission and much more! Original CSI engine (Continuous Injection System) Bosch K- Jetronic injection engine makes this a very rare car Michelin XWX tyres New Koni Shocks In 1973, Porsche offered three 911 variants: the 911T, the 911E and the 911S. The 911T was traditionally equipped with carburettors. However, in mid-1973, Porsche converted the car to Bosch's new fuel injection system named K-Jetronic a/k/a CIS (Continuous Injection System). This variant of the 911 - the 1973.5 911T with CIS - was described by Peter Zimmerman as follows: "... Finally! Porsche builds their first '10'! This is the one model that deserves its own chapter. ... All things considered, this is the smoothest, most pleasant of all early 911s to be built to date to drive. The engine, at all RPM levels, is responsive and has sufficient torque to allow use at very low engine speeds. ... The 2.4 liter displacement engine delivers enough horsepower and torque to enjoy in almost any driving situation. ... The folks at the Porsche factory knew they were building really special models." The addition of CIS boosted the car's base horsepower from 130 to 148 and made it competitive with the higher priced 911E. Interestingly, the addition of CIS gave the car an impressive fuel economy of roughly 32 mpg. Recent £8000+ spend at Paul Stephens and £1200 at Prill on service, tuning and improvements to include AC Compressor which now works faultlessly and ICE cold, LED front lamps, UK spec front and back over riders etc..... The car drives flawlessly it has just done a classic rally in Denmark and been the Skagen on the North sea and back some 3000km without fault The engine is completely tight and fully refurbished along with gearbox, brakes, fuchs wheels and the new stainless steel exhaust. This 911 wants for nothing. We are proud to offer this investment grade 911 Targa to the most sophisticated collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the rarity of a Porsche in this condition. Current UK V5C MOT Export enquiries welcome.
The Lamborghini DL25 By now, even casual automotive enthusiasts are familiar with the story of how Ferruccio Lamborghini got involved in the car business in the 1960s. But for those who need a refresher, the tale tells us that Mr. Lamborghini had a bit of a spat with Enzo Ferrari that started with the former complaining about the quality of sports car the latter had provided. In response, Enzo arrogantly brushed Ferruccio aside telling him to stick to making tractors and leave sports cars to the experts… or something to that effect. Of course, this did not sit well with a fellow fiery Italian and Mr. Lamborghini set off to build a sports car that would beat Ferrari at his own game. Exactly how much of that is true we’ll never know for sure, but Lamborghini certainly did get Ferrari’s attention with cars like the exquisitely built 400GT and the jaw dropping Miura. Details of Mr. Lamborghini's tractor production are usually just a side note to the stories surrounding the 400 GT, Miura, Countach, etc. He was, in fact, a very successful industrialist and the tractors that bear his name are still in production today. Lamborghini was founded in 1948 and were well-known for production of not just tractors, but also of military and industrial engines. Lamborghini Trattori grew quickly, developing many specialized models and becoming one of the largest agricultural manufacturers in Italy. While separate from automotive operations, the tractor business has been steadily successful and still produces specialized equipment for orchards, vineyards and other specialist farms around the world. Due to the fact that Lamborghini never officially imported their tractors into the US, it is a very rare opportunity to find one of these charming agricultural cousins of the Miuras and Countachs. Over the past couple of years these tractors have become very sought after amongst collectors and the most recent auction sale is proof of this. Bonhams - Quail Lodge Auction 19 Aug 2016 sold for £82,344 This example has benefitted from a dedicated owner who restored the tractor to its current impressive condition. When taking into consideration that this is made for a more rural purpose, it is indeed a well-engineered machine with plenty of power and reliability. The two-cylinder Diesel engine has plenty of torque to do active duty in the field, but would also be great fun to drive around the property. The belt-driven PTO is designed to run various pieces of farming equipment and is reported to be well-functioning, should one want to explore on his own. This little Lambo appears very correct and is finished in the traditional Lamborghini Trattori red on the bodywork, with a blue finish on the chassis and wheel hubs. This tractor is surely pretty enough to show. A cute and appropriate addition to any collection, this DL25 is a great way to remember the roots of Lamborghini before they became immortal with flamboyant supercar design. This delightful 1955 Lamborghini DL 25 is equipped with a 2-cylinder diesel engine of Lamborghini’s own design that produces about 26 horsepower. It was restored in the body and mechanically works well. 2,504cc OHV 2-Cylinder Diesel Engine Bosch Diesel Injection 25hp at 1,500rpm 4-Speed Manual Transmission Hydraulic Rear Brakes
Here we have on offer a fabulous MG Midget FIA appendix 'K'Historic Racecar. FIA Bar code. Five races since total rebuild. 1098cc Webercarb 12G295 head Omega pistons Engine built by swiftune Close ratio straight cut gearbox Ray Davies Adjustable shockers etc. Ashley hardtop etc...... A competitive car used in the HRDC Historic racing championship and MGCC Ecurie GTS races. Ideal for MGCC /MGOC race meeting, Goodwood and most historic race meetings including gentleman racer events etc, or a great roadcar, outstanding condition Current V5C
1965 230SL Pagoda finished in gold with a black interior and supplied with a black hardtop. Manual car Within the vast history file according to some documents, the bodywork was restored around 1987 - 1988, when new sills were fitted, along with an engine overhaul In April 1989, at which time the mileage was recorded as 61,340, the car was sold by Christies to a Mr and Mrs Dieter Kiel of Plymouth. During their ownership, the car was maintained fastidiously by Daley Motors of Plymouth, with every receipt & MoT documented, along with parts invoices from Mercedes-Benz. The couple were to own ‘DYX 790C' for 15 years, before selling the car in 2004, to a Mr Maurice Webb, who kept it for a further 4 years before himself selling to the next owner, a Mr S. McInerney. The latter named keeper took ownership of this 230SL until 2014 when the previous keeper purchased it. Upon purchase, they sent the car to classic Mercedes-Benz specialists, Roger Edwards Motors of Amersham, for fine tuning, and in the winter of 2014 spent £3,518 having the rear axle removed & reassembled with a new centre bush, new top mounts, replacement rubber boots all round, new shock absorbers and a new alternator fitted. When we purchased the car, it presented very well with a few minor blemishes, we inspected the car on the ramp to begin our usual pre-sale inspection only to find the floors have been welded up very poorly at some recent time in its life. Once we peeled the first layer of filler, wax oyl and sheet metal off we found it was more like a puff pastry, layers and layers of repairs. The simple answer was to start again. Since our purchase and part of our usual sales preparation we have spent vast amounts on this car to bring it up to our usual standards, we have replaced all floor and sill components, to include foot wells etc basically the centre section of the car, with this comes the door alignments which are now perfect. and we have treated her to a complete glass out re-spray to its original colour to our usual show standard. Any rubbers or components that needed replacing throughout the process have been replaced. Brand New 5 x White wall tyres really set the car off nicely Complete Service 12 Months MOT It now presents flawlessly and is ready to take and summer jaunt in its stride. Must be viewed to be appreciated Explore your purchasing power through flexible payment plans designed specifically for this sector.
We are very pleased to offer this absolutely stunning MGA Coupe for sale Blessed with one of the most shapely silhouettes of any car ever produced, the MGA was a radical departure for MG, leaving behind the traditional ash-framed bodywork of its predecessor, the immortal ‘T-Series’. Although retaining a traditional chassis, the separate body also served as a rigid structure, its triangulated bulkhead design ensuring that it didn’t suffer from the dreaded scuttle-shake that can even be found on convertibles produced to this day. The precise rack-and-pinion steering and its lively B-series engine gave a top speed just shy of the magic ton and they sold like hot-cakes. Over 95% were exported, most bound for the US where they found willing buyers looking for something more sophisticated than their softly-sprung home-grown sports cars. This pristine RHD Coupe was one of the few that remained for the home market. Completed on 29th September 1961, it was despatched from the works on 4th October and first registered on 20th October to its first owner who kept the car until his death in around 2013. The second owner, purchased the Coupe as a retirement project through Panorama Bay in July 2014 and set to work. He totally dismantled the vehicle and commenced a ground-up renovation of the car. The results speak for themselves and its professionally applied top coat of the original Chariot Red positively gleams. Many new parts were used throughout, all fully detailed in bills and photographs on file. A lovely wood rim steering wheel has also been fitted although the original is also included if preferred. The Heritage Certificate confirms that this car is completely correct This beautifully presented car is as clean and well prepared underneath as it is on top and close inspection is highly recommended. Must be viewed to be appreciated Export enquiries welcome Explore your purchasing power through flexible payment plans designed specifically for this sector.