We have on offer A lovely little Series 1 Fulvia Coupe Rallye 1.3 Supplied by ourselves 18 months ago to it latest owner Manufactured Sept/Oct 1967 First registered 2nd Jan 1968 Purchased by Grant Gibson Jan 1977 Purchased by previous owner Nov 1992 Complete documented respray to include metalwork in April 1999 In Lancia blue with red leather seats and just three owners from new This is a very sound example now showing lovely patina inside & out and one that drives very nicely indeed, with good performance from the engine, excellent oil pressure and water temp readings, a very nice gearbox with no synchro issues and good clutch & brakes. It was fitted with alloy boot, bonnet & doors from new and comes with a very good history, buff log book with a vast number of Mot sheets and tax discs in the file it details the vast expenditures throughout the years which includes records of the following work/improvements. Dellorto carbs Stainless steel brake cylinder inserts Full engine rebuild in 1992 (about 30k since) Gas flowed stainless steel exhaust manifold Leather retrim on front seats New clutch in 2008 Unleaded conversion in 2009 New brake seals 2014 Replacement Quikfit maroon seatbelts which suit the interior perfectly fitted in 2017 Clean bill of health and recent MOT with no advisories This is just a few choice items taken from the history file, all bills and receipts for these items & much more are included in the history file A charming little Fuliva and if you haven’t driven one before, we urge you to jump in and give it a go. They are immense fun for such a little 1.3 engine.
2003 Ferrari 575M Maranello F1 Right-hand drive 575M supplied to New Zealand in 2003 fitted with the F1 gearbox. Finished in Argento Silver with a dark blue hide interior, it is accompanied by its original leather wallet and service book. This car has just come out of a fantastic collection and has received significant expenditure since its purchase in 2015 Complete glass out repaint Wheels refurbished Complete service Refresh of all the interior switchgear New clutch Cambelts UK registered and MOT'd Presenting flawlessly with zero expense required More information to follow.........
Just arrived – more information to follow. When Datsun launched the 240Z in 1969 the Japanese firm established itself as a major force to be reckoned with in the sports/GT market. Boasting a 2.4-litre, overhead-camshaft, six-cylinder engine, five-speed manual (or three-speed automatic) transmission, independent suspension all round and a high trim level as standard, the keenly priced 240Z proved an outstanding success. The 240Z was immediately successful in motor sport, particularly in club racing and on the world rally stage. Factory prepared and run rally cars quickly gained a reputation for durability on long distance events, specially the Safari Rally where the 240Z won outright in 1971, ’72 and ’73. Leading drivers included Edgar Hermann, Rauno Aaltonen, Harry Kallstrom, Shekhar Mehta and Tony Fall. Richard Anthony ‘Tony’ Fall, a former car salesman from Bradford, was the young star of the BMC works team of the mid-1960s, achieving outright wins on five major international rallies in Mini Cooper S and Austin 1800. He subsequently drove for Lancia and Ford (6th on the London-Mexico Rally) and in 1970 was signed to the Datsun team. In a 240Z he won both the Welsh International (1971) and the Total Rally in South Africa (1972). After retiring from professional driving in 1974 he formed the Dealer Opel Team in the UK and later became motor sport manager for General Motors Europe. In 1992 he purchased the UK motor sport safety equipment company, Safety Devices. Tony died suddenly in Kenya, in December 2007, while assisting the organisers of the Historic Safari Rally. The Datsun 240Z offered for sale was built in 1997/8 by Martin Johnson to a specification similar to the original ‘works’ rally cars of the 1970s for Tony Fall to compete on historic rallies, and was driven on numerous British and European national and international events, including at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Tony Fall Datsun has most recently been in the care of BTR Preparations, of Castleford, West Yorkshire. Of unknown capacity, the engine incorporates a race camshaft; modified and polished cylinder head; high-compression racing pistons; correct specification carburettors; and an extractor exhaust manifold. The car is described by BTR as a ‘very torquey and strong unit when compared with fully modified 2.85-litre rally engines’. Replaced in January 2011, the clutch is an AP Racing twin-plate item while the gearbox is a very rare works-specification, close-ratio, five-speed synchromesh unit. The ‘box was fully serviced by Datsun preparation expert Laurence Evans (Star Motorsport, Coalville, Leicestershire) prior to its last event. Fitted with a limited slip differential, the rear axle has been up-rated with the stronger 280Z Tripode/Hookes joint sliding-spline half-shafts. The suspension struts incorporate Bilstein inserts with motor sport springs, appropriate for UK Historic Rally regulations and particularly for gravel and road use, while the anti-roll bars are original. The rear damper insert bodies have been modified to add grease nipples between the bushes, as ‘stiction’ was a ‘designed in’ problem with the rear strut. The geometry was last set for the 2007 Rally Britannia’s asphalt conditions. Tony Fall’s own steering, suspension geometry and friction reduction modifications are incorporated to improve ‘driveability’. The steering features a high-ratio rack with the front suspension modified to reduce bump steer and to rectify a lack of Ackerman geometry. (Both design faults of the original car.) The steering arm/bottom ball joint fixture (bolted to the strut base) is unique to this car. AP Racing discs and callipers provide stopping power at the front, while the rear disc brake conversion is of unknown make. Other noteworthy features include a Motorsport exhaust system, skidded appropriately; substantial sump, rear differential and fuel tank guards; and Safety Devices roll cage, fire extinguishers and seat belts. (The extinguishers will require servicing before the car can be used on an MSA event.) The car rolls on Japanese-made ‘works’ specification wheels and there are multiple sets of wheels and tyres suitable for various events. Rarely found Japanese homologation papers are included within the vast paperwork file. Currently prepared for British historic rallying with paperwork including RAC MSA documentation and copies of the original FIA homologation papers. Overall a very rare 240z with eligibility to important events backed up with significant history and paperwork. A rare find and perfect for the avid collector.
We are pleased to offer this stunning Ferrari 456M GTA Finished in Tour de France Blue with Crème Leather. This car has been maintained regardless of cost and has over the past 2-3 years been subject to vast expenditure totally nearly 17k to make sure everything works and performs as it should Now presenting immaculately and needing nothing. This 456 is worlds apart from the tired examples usually seen on the market. Worthy of any inspection and not to be missed....these cars are offer incredible value for money and are still under the radar.
We are very pleased to offer this stunning and rare 928GT One of just 38 right-hand drive and manual gearbox 928 GTs and finished in the highly desirable Guards Red with Linen Leather 71,000 miles with a fully documented history, 5 Speed manual gearbox, Limited Slip differential, Full electric seats, Height adjustment, Air conditioning, Electric Sunroof, Electric Door Mirrors, Porsche book pack We sent the car Porsche specialist Strasse for a complete check over and there 117 point check and the fitment of a new clutch. One of the finest examples on the market and possibly one of the best sounding v8 cars you can buy! An incredibly clean example requiring absolutely no spend.
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
We are incredibly pleased to offer this absolutely stunning 280SL Pagoda finished in completely factory specification of rare 903H Pastel China Blue First registered here in UK 16th September 1968 and still wearing it original Registration number Documented owner print out from DVLA showing the 5 owners in UK in 1968. Factory data card copy on file Fully restored to original specification in 2010, used sparingly since and kept in purpose build dehumidified dry storage currently presenting immaculately. Fully matching numbers car, with all original panels wearing the correct body codes and very clean lines and perfect gaps. The chassis is all original and perfect with no rust at all and wax oiled. Rare manual transmission operating perfectly Complete re-trim by Oxted Trimming Company Carpets, leather seats, door panels, dash and horseshoe with new seat belts are all still showing like new from when I had it done. New Soft top Period style radio with USB connection. The woodwork is still all original which was stripped and re-varnished, along with new sun visors. Stainless exhaust system Original tool kit and holder All gauges function and work perfectly The current mileage reads 63399 miles and is believed genuine reading through the ownership documents. Many old MOT's clearly showing how little use the car has been used since restoration. Complete with both tops, Hard top matching color 903H blue and new black soft top One of the finest examples available on the market, for sure this is not a freshly restored example just out of the paint booth, its a time served restoration! This Pagoda drives impeccably, the smooth and direct gear changes coupled with its torquey engine prove for a fabulous drivers car. The best driving Pagoda we have had the pleasure to own.