Alvis TA14 Four Door Saloon
Chassis Number 23346. Finished in maroon with tan leather interior trim. This Alvis is in remarkably sound and solid condition. The underside has been completely stripped and repaired where necessary and then completely painted in black so it looks very well cared for. Bodywork is in very good order but paintwork could do with attention. Interior trim is mostly original and can only be described as fair to good. New headlining fitted in recent years and the sunroof works perfectly. A good driving car with a quiet engine and gearbox and very responsive brakes. This is definitely a car to use as it is very well sorted and doesn't need an Mot but it has just passed its Mot with flying colours. £10,750.
Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Continental Flying Spur
With coachwork by HJ Mulliner. Chassis Number CSC3C. This beautiful Rolls-Royce is finished in Tudor Grey coachwork with beige leather upholstery, headlining and carpets. The interior is completely original and has a beautiful mellow feel to it. The exterior was re-painted some twelve years ago and shows no sign of fading or corrosion with good panel fit and door shuts. The chassis and underside of the car are quite exceptional and highly detailed to concours standard. This car has been maintained to the very highest standard and driving it is so good that you forget you are driving a classic car. This exceptional Silver Cloud III is supplied with original handbook, build sheets, history file and full tool kits both large and small. Private plate not included in sale. £139,000
Alvis TE21 ZF 5 Speed Manual
Finished in cream with burgundy leather interior trim. It is rare that a TE21 comes on to the market and even more rare when it is priced to sell. This one represents an unbelievably sound and solid example with a lovely original leather interior. The coachwork is very solid and there is no drop in the doors. The underside has had a lot of care and attention over the years and is in very good condition. Mechanically very good with a very quiet engine and smooth gearbox. The paint could be better so some attention is required. This represents a get in and go classic that you can improve at your leisure. Mot to June 2014. £19,750.
Lagonda Three Litre DHC
Three position by Tickford. Finished in burgundy coachwork with parchment upholstery and hood. This lovely and rare Lagonda is in very good order throughout. The three position hood is a very useful feature for the British climate allowing it to be used for all weather touring. The three litre engine and original floor change 4 speed gearbox make this a very nice car to drive. The coachwork is nice and straight and the doors close with a railway carriage 'clunk'. Interior woodwork is in nice condition as is the upholstery and carpets. The hood is very easy to raise and lower swiftly. This is a very usable car that would be good for long distant touring in true British style. It is not often that these Lagondas come onto the market. Supplied with owners handbook, history file and old buff log book. Mot to February 2014. £49,750.
Panther DeVille V12
Left hand drive. Finished in bronze with cream side panels and a black everflex roof. The DeVille offers 1930's styling with modern engineering that includes power steering, automatic gearbox, modern braking system, Jaguar V12 engine plus air-conditioning and electric windows and sunroof making this a very easy car to drive and service. Delivered new in 1976 to Beverley Hills the first owner is believed to be Don Johnson. It was then purchased by a stunt man filming in Hollywood who imported the car to Europe. Ten years ago is was bought by the current owner and it has lived in England ever since. It has undergone extensive mechanical restoration to the engine, gearbox, brakes and electrical system. All work carried out by Jaguar specialists JD Classics with invoices totaling £60,000. Supplied with Panther gold portfolio book and the original cronoswiss Panther watch still in its gift box and never used. Taxed and Mot. £39,750
Jaguar Series 3 V12 E Type
2+2 Coupe. This is an original un-restored one owner from new E-Type with documented 16,900 miles. The condition can only be described as beautifully original and not messed about with. Sitting in this car gives you a feel of just how they were when they left the factory and driving it is an absolute pleasure. The bodywork is finished in its original colour of lavender with biscuit leather interior trim and carpets. The mechanical condition is very good with a silky smooth 5.3 V12 engine and quiet auto gear box. The car is supplied with service book stamped up to 16,289 miles plus many service invoices and Mot's. Also supplied with original bill of sale, workshop manual, owners handbook, wiring diagram and maintenance wall chart plus tool kit. Current Mot to May 2014. Viewing highly recommended. £39,750
Daimler Dart 250 V8
Finished in British racing green with tan leather upholstery and hood. This lovely Daimler has been the subject of a major restoration that included removal of body from chassis for chassis restoration and upgraded to B specification. Too many parts to list here but all are invoiced in history file. Total body restoration and re-paint to a high standard and complete interior trim replaced including new leather to the seats, dashboard and door panels plus new carpets and recent hood fitted. Engine re-built and all external components polished to show standards. Complete stainless steel exhaust and new tyres. This now represents a beautiful Daimler Dart that is fresh from restoration, nicely presented and driving well too. Supplied with history file and photos of restoration. Mot to April 2014. £33,750.
Mercedes 350 SL Auto
With both hard and soft tops. Finished in white bodywork with a dark brown hood and dark brown tex interior trim. This three owner car from new (one lady owner 1985 - 2010) is in good order throughout and is supplied with every Mot from new plus a comprehensive service history. As one would expect from a 350 SL it is a pleasure to drive with a quiet running engine and smooth automatic gear box and responsive brakes. Ready to go with an Mot to February 2014. £7,750.
Bentley T 2
Chassis No. SBH33307. Finished in Seychelles blue over Caribbean blue with biscuit leather upholstery. This beautiful Bentley is in very good condition throughout as you would expect from a car that has only covered a mere 58,000 miles from new. The interior trim is original and it's plain to see that this car has had a well cared for and easy life. Body and paint work are in excellent order as is all chrome work. Usual refinements include electric windows, seats, door mirrors plus split level air conditioning, CD player and a full set of head rests. The history file contains a comprehensive service history that has many thousands of pounds of service invoices. Supplied with large tool kit. Mot to October 2013. £12,750.
Jaguar XJS 3.6 Auto
This beautiful example has covered only 42,000 miles with two owners from new. Finished in metallic burgundy bodywork with parchment leather interior trim piped in burgundy plus burgundy carpets. The bodywork is completely original with only minor attention required to make it perfect. This car feels like and drives like new. It is plain to see that it has spent all its life garaged as all the window rubbers and trim are as new. This is a rare example and should go to a good home that will retain its originality. Supplied with full small and large tool kits plus service history to warrant the mileage. Mot to March 2014. £5,750.
MG Midget 1500 Roadster
Chassis Number GAN6-189532G. Finished in blue paintwork with black hood and black interior trim. This MG is in very good order throughout having been repainted and a reconditioned engine with overhauled carburettors. This Midget is a joy to drive and is without doubt the best I have driven with a quiet engine, smooth engine and supple suspension. A good history file with fifteen Mots and many service invoices. Complete with tool kit and full Mot. £4,750
Jaguar XK120 Fixed head Coupe - Left Hand Drive
This stunning XK120 is finished in suede green coachwork with untouched original suede green leather hide and carpets. Originally imported by US Jaguar concessionaires, Hornburg and sold to Dr G. Wells who lived in South Dakota, a keen motorist and known for taking great care of his vehicles. It is understood that he never drove this car in the winter months nor did the owner after him who kept the car covered in a heated garage and never drove it in the rain. An inspection of the body reveals flush door shut lines, even panel gaps and wings in straight original order. The interior is also original and in superb condition throughout. The engine is the original (engine no: 1742/8) making this a matching numbers car and with a mere 25,000 miles on the clock. The small tool roll kit and large tools are present plus original circular identification tags are hung with string inside the boot. Complete with a Jaguar Heritage certificate and full Mot. £59,750
TVR Griffith 500
Finished in dark metallic blue with beige leather seats. This car has been the subject of a body off, total chassis restoration that has been recently completed by a professional restoration company. All the mechanics on this car are in very good order with many new parts fitted. The bodywork is also in good order but has a few stone chips. The interior trim is finished in beige with dark blue carpets and a dark blue three position hood. Also fitted with a Kenwood CD plus immobilizer alarm system. This now represents a very well sorted and uncomplicated 'super car' that is considered to be the modern day Cobra. Now ready for a new owner to enjoy with all the expensive restoration work complete. 87,000 miles with full service history and full 12 months Mot. £11,750
with overdrive. Finished in mineral blue with black interior and black webasto sunroof. This car has undergone a painstaking restoration from the ground up. Bodywork stripped to bare shell and complete re-paint in original colour with many new panels. Underside re-built. New leather seats, new carpets, headlining and some glass. Engine re-built and major mechanical overhaul with nicely detailed engine bay. All chrome in excellent condition. This represents a very well sorted MGC with all the hard work done and now ready for its new owner to enjoy. Complete with workshop manual, parts book and photo history file. Tax and Mot. £14,750.
Land Rover Series 3 SWB 2.25 Petrol
This vehicle has been completely stripped and totally rebuilt by professionals using latest techniques and products and painted to the original Land Rover Bronze Green. Every piece of this Land Rover has been taken apart and either refurbished of replaced with new to an exceptional standard. Some of the new features include new galvanised chassis, suspension including leaf springs and shccks plus completely re-wired with new loom. New panels include tailgate and chains, sill panels, door tops, refurbished bulk head, tub floor plus wheels restored to original limestone beige. This Land Rover has to be seen to be believed. The owner of this stunning Land Rover set out to build the ultimate original specification Land Rover and there is no doubt he has succeeded. Tax and Mot to May 2013. SOLD
Automatic with hard and soft tops. Chassis number LD330790. Finished in white with black hood and interior trim. This Stag is a good sound example that is showing only 37,000 miles but due to lack of history I cannot prove this to be correct. In good order throughout and drives beautifully with a very quiet engine and smooth automatic gear box and responsive brakes. The Stag has always been a very popular classic as it offers full four seater open motoring with a roll over bar. Not many classics offer that sort of safety feature and with automatic transmission, servo brakes and electric windows this is a very usable classic. Supplied with V5C, Mot to April 2014 plus invoices for recent work carried out. £9,750.
Mercedes 280 SL Auto
With hard and soft tops. Finished in white with special order white leather upholstery and dark blue carpets. This car is in very good order throughout and has recently had a new hood fitted. All the bodywork is nice and straight with good sills and valances under front and rear bumper. Mechanically all is good with a quiet engine, smooth automatic gear box, power steering and responsive brakes. The Mercedes SL models offer unbelievable value for money as a true classic that is very practical to use. Supplied with a good history file with interesting early history. Mot to April 2014. Viewing highly recommended. £8,750.
Ferrari Testarossa 9000 MILES
Chassis Number ZFFAA17C000085512. Finished in Rosso Corsa with cream leather interior and black carpets. This immaculate Testarossa has only covered 9,000 documented miles from new and has to be one of the very best examples available. It has been upgraded with correct Testarossa TR wheels and is supplied with its original set of wheels and tyres. Complete with large tool kit and small tool kit that has never been used. With an impeccable history file containing full Ferrari service history by Maranello, Nigel Mansell Sports Cars, Shiltech, and Gary Paul. With 16 expired Mots that warrant its low mileage and a new Mot to March 2014. Supplied with original leather bound service wallet and sales brochure. This car will come with a full service and cam belt change before collection. £68,750
Ferrari Boxer 512 BB LM Conversion
Rosso Chiaro with black hide. Black carpets. 5 litre 12 cylinder 465 bhp engine upgrade. Purchased by musician Chris Rea from Nigel Mansell Sports Cars of Dorset. Nigel Hudson undertook the upgrade of the car to the current specification. Featured in ‘Ferrari Legends’ book. 1 of 3 built. With its extensive history (the sun visors are signed by both Chris Rea and Nigel Mansell) this is a unique Ferrari and not to be missed. £160,000.
AEC Mammoth Major
8 wheeler with aluminum cab and body by the famous Duramin commercial vehicle company. This fabulous AEC was supplied new to the London Brick Company Ltd. It was requisitioned by the Army to help with transporting ammunition to Dover docks during WWII. After the war this lorry settled down to a quieter life until falling into disrepair. During the 1970's she was totally restored to a very high standard retaining all original features including original batteries that cleverly contain modern ones hidden inside. Still in her original livery of the London Brick Company and in 2008 was the subject of a major article in Classic and Vintage Commercials which tells the story of her life. This lovely AEC is in excellent condition and comes from long ownership. £15,750.
Austin Healey 3000 MKIII Phase 2
Finished in British Racing Green with a brand new black hood, black interior trim and matching carpets. This is the first time that this car has been offered on the open market for thirty years. It has just undergone a sympathetic body restoration and re-paint to a high standard on a good original car. The interior trim has new front seat coverings and new door cards plus new carpets. New exterior chrome parts include bumpers and over-riders, boot hinges and boot lettering. The engine, carbs, gear box and diff have all been overhauled plus new shock absorbers. This now represents a good investment opportunity of the most desirable model of all three litre Austin Healeys and is presented with a nicely detailed engine bay. Mot to August 2013 plus historic tax. SOLD
Lancia Fulvia S3 Coupe
Finished in red paintwork with black interior trim. This sporty little Italian coupe has had much work carried out in recent years with photos of restoration and invoices on file. In good sound order throughout and great to drive. Supplied with owners handbook and workshop manual. Tax and Mot until September 2013. £8,750