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1970 E Type Jaguar LHD, 

Beautiful in White with Royal Blue mohair hood and immaculate tan leather interior.

Outstanding condition, more details to follow.

Opportunity to buy an immaculate E Type convertible at a bargain price, looking for offers over 50k


1988 BMW 320i Auto Convertible
Only 70,300 miles, 2 owners from new and fully documented BMW main dealer service records 
Unmarked Arctic white coachwork with Grey check cloth interior
Very rarely do genuine unmolested low mileage BMW convertibles come to the market. This car is very close to as new show condition. Remarkably the original spare wheel and tool box are unused.
4 x electric windows and original overmats.
Supplied with 12 months MOT at point of sale.
An excellent value usable classic for £5,950


Make: Landrover

Model: Series one swb

Year: 1955, 

CC: 1997

Price: £12,950

The original Land Rover series 1 was designed by Maurice Wilks and launched by the Rover Company of Solihull on 30th April 1948. It had an 80 inch wheelbase and a sturdy box section ladder-frame chassis. The open back with 3 seats in the front design was heavily influenced by the American World War Two Willys Jeep. The Land Rover quickly became popular with both the army and the farming fraternity (not least because it had a 'power take-off' or PTO as standard). The wheelbase was extended to 86 inches early on in production to give the vehicle more stability and greater load capacity. A canvas top also became a practical addition. The strong, reliable 2.0 litre petrol engine was standard until 1957 when, with the introduction of the Series 2 model, a diesel engine was offered as an alternative.

This vehicle is an 86 inch wheelbase, 1955 Series 1 petrol Land Rover, It is a 'matching numbers' vehicle with a rebuilt engine and gearbox and a totally restored chassis and body to exactly the original period specification.

The ‘nut and bolt' restoration took place between 1999 and 2007and the vehicle has covered minimal miles since. Theproject included the restoring of the complete interior and under bonnet areas.

Complete with a fresh MOT, and is of course exempt from vehicle licence duty.

In October 2012 the exact same vehicle that was the former property of Sir Winston Churchill, but was totally unrestored, made £140,000 at auction!


Make: Austin 

Model: 1300 4 door saloon

Year: 1972

CC: 1300

Price: £1500

Totally original Austin 1300 in outstanding condition, showing  76,000 miles which is believed correct and substantiated by documentation. Can be provided with fresh MOT and tax at point of sale.


Make: Austin

Model: A35 2 door saloon

Year: 1958

CC: 948

Price: £2,950

Benefitting from an older restoration this previous show winning A35 has stood in dry storage for around ten years and will require re-commissioning. The black bodywork is in good condition and the red leather interior is also in very good condition. More pictures to follow shortly.


Make: Austin

Model: Ruby Saloon

Year: 1935

CC: 747

Price: £7,750


Make: Austin 

Model: Mini Cooper S

Year: 1968

CC: 1275

Price: £26,950

This 1968 MK 2 Cooper S was built as a LHD for the North American market. Now back in Britain and converted to RHD it is offered in very good usable condition. The car is very original with only the steering wheel being an aftermarket part. Still on hydrolastic suspension, very good bodywork, no signs of welding and very good underneath. Starts easily and drives as it should. Great opportunity to buy a genuine Cooper S.

Make: GMC

Model: Corvette C1 Auto

Year: 1960

CC: 283 cubic inches

Price: £48,000

This car is now sold, a very similar one is due shortly. Please watch this space or drop me an email if interested.

Make: Fiat 

Model: 500 Abarth replica

Year: 1971

CC: 650

Price: £Now Sold. Similar Wanted.

Next to Ferrari the Fiat 500 must be the most iconic car in the motoring history of Italy. Instantly recognisable and much loved around the world these 4 seater bambinos enjoy an image of stylish retro-chic.

This one is very special. Subject to a well documented nut and bolt rebuild with the aim of replicating the rare and desirable (and very costly) Abarth model. Fitted with a tuned 650cc engine (full spec to follow) updated brakes suspension and gearbox this car has a lovely sporty sound and perfomance to match. Bodywork has no signs of rust and no blemishes, it is immaculate. Interior has been fully re trimmed including leather seats. Currently taxed and MOT'd this car is ready to go and very sensibly priced at £7500.

SOLD. This car was sent to auction and sold for £11,500.... I offer them too cheap!

Make: Ford
Model: Consul MK 2
Year: 1962
CC: 1703
Price: £2600

Reasonably tidy bodywork, reasonably tidy interior, will require some welding for next MOT. Starts and drives but radiator not holding water. Sold as a project. Will need to be trailered away.
More photographs to follow.

Make: Landrover
Model: 90 TD5
Year: 2001
CC: 2493
Price: £9750

2001 TD5 county station wagon, excellent condition, alloys, new tyres, 111,000 miles, taxed and MOTd. Full spec to follow shortly


Make: Morris
Model: Minor Convertible
Year: 1958
CC: 1000
Price: £2,950

Stood for some years in dry storage, white coachwork with red hood and red interior, appears to be mainly solid underneath but does require a little welding, bodywork is original and good with good straight panel fit. Interior is original red leather and reasonably tidy with some repair work required to the seats . Bargain price for a soft-top moggy.


Make: Triumph

Model: Stag auto
Year: 1974
CC: 3000
Price: £6950

1974 Triumph Stag Auto, having undergone an extensive overhaul in 2001 by Triumph specialists E J Ward of Leicestershire including new soft-top hood, new carpets, stainless steel exhaust system, lumenition electronic ignition etc. the car is generally in very good/excellent condition although it may benefit from some cosmetic work such as re-chroming of some chrome work and minor attention to paintwork. Generally though it is a very nice car, far better than average, last MOT expired November 2011, kept in dry storage since. Drives without fault, new MOT at point of sale.


Make: Volvo
Model: P1800S
Year: 1968
CC: 1800
Price: £12,000

Immortalised by Roger Moore in the TV series "The Saint" the Volvo P1800S has become a cult classic. Comparatively expensive when new, only marginally less expensive than a Jaguar E Type convertible, they were the sports coupe of choice for the well heeled discerning buyer who required quality of build.
This is a very good example in the best colour combination of white coachwork with red interior, two titled previous owners, having stood for years in Newburn Motor Museum the car was in regular use during the summer months of 2012, the car could now benefit from some cosmetic improvements such as new carpets, some re-trimming of interior and some paintwork. It is however in good usable condition and requires little effort to turn into what would be an outstanding example. Offered as is at £15,000 or after renovation at around £22000.