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Vanden Plas 1300cc 1972

Vanden Plas 1300cc     1972


Vanden Plas 1300 Manual. These little cars really are the hight of luxury with wood and leather in abundance. This stunning example has been the subject of a very expensive restoration both here and in Germany on what was clearly a very sound car

Supplied new in the UK and showing just three private owners, restoration history folder, and owners maintenance and hand books. Car is presented is showroom condition and surely a worthy contender and any classic car show. Debit/Credit/Cards/taken (Deliver Service Available)

  £ Reserved Length 12' 6" Width 5' 2" Height 0' 0"

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Triumph Roadster 1800 First reg 15.12 .1947.

Triumph Roadster 1800 First reg 15.12 .1947.    


Another lovely example of the bulbous in all the right places Triumph Roadster 1800 convertible, last British car to have dicky seats located in the boot. Finished in gunmetal grey metallic with navy blue leather upholstery, matching carpets, and fully lined black mohair hood.

The car was subject to a fairly extensive restoration some years ago by a well known and highly respected club member. Work included high class paint job, fully re-chromed, new leather upholstery, dashboard and instruments re-furbished, mohair lined hood, ash wood repair and mechanical overhaul, stainless steel exhaust system, new cotton braded wiring loom, plus all the other and often forgotten items that were required to finish the car

More recent has been the fitting of a service exchange steering box plus 4 new Avon Tourist tyres. There is an invoice on file indicating an engine rebuild in 2013 fully re-sleeved with new pistons ect and showing a very healthy oil presure

As you can see from the photos the car presents itself extremely well, there is as you would expect the odd little stone chip minor mark but to be honest hardly worth mentioning, We have the original buff log book interestingly showing the first two registered keepers as ladies, copy of the owners handbook, old mots, pre restoration photos, and repair invoices. We have just carried out engine service with oils and filter all changed. Debit/Credit/Cards taken. (Delivery service available)

  £ Held Length 14' 7" Width 4' 7" Height 0' 0"

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Triumph Roadster 1800  Reg 1. 5. 1947  Super Project

Triumph Roadster 1800 Reg 1. 5. 1947 Super Project    


If you are looking for a Triumph Roadster to restore then this one is well worth a look. We sold this car to the last owner back in 1995 (photo available) it was a smart unrestored example in Midnight blue, with fairly new at the time cream leather upholstery and brown carpets

Looking back at the old Mots it appears that he used the car up until around the year 2000 covering just 3000 miles, it was then laid up for some reason until 2009 when the owner decided to embark on having the car professionally restored to its former glory. Work commenced up untill 2011- but sadly the owner died before the work was completed. We have now purchased the car and would like to find the right minded person to complete the project

WORK COMPLETED SO FAR. BODY. braced and removed from chassis, all rotton wood removed and new ash frame formed fabricated and proffessionally fitted in the sills, door and rear boot strecher. Boot lid and bonnet bead blasted, new boot lid timbers formed now require fitting. Front and inner wings blasted with new metal sections made where required and dressed in lead for final dress down. Chassie now painted black so all the dirty work done

INTERIOR. Now this is a real plus as the leather as stated has been replaced some years ago and is still in very good condition. The dicky seats are lovely and the front bench seat just needs good clean and reconnalising, so there is a big saving to be had there. The dark brown carpets were also replaced and many sections look reusable as there is a lot of carpet in a Roadster. Dashboard looks good but would benefit from new lacquer, instruments all complete and look fine. Steering wheel has been refurbished in the past and has nice black plastic rim. Hood irons been blasted and painted black, hood woods all present and the correct hood rear window is with the car

ENGINE. Re-built with all new shiny pistons and block planed, cylinder head has eight new valves and springs fitted plus surface ground 1,400 parts alone spent on the engine according as per invoice

CHROME. Many items have been re-chromed and are still wraped these include front and rear bumpers, headlights, sidelights, door and bonnet handles, horn domes and trumpets, horn brackets, front wing divider, carburettor air intake box, new stainless steel front number plate backing 1,800 invoice

So there you have it we have invoices totalling 12,566 that the gentleman spent on this car. Little bit more fettling and its off to body shop to get painted, then start the homeward front of assembly. I feel with the right person and correct approach one could end up with a very smart car at a very reasonable price. We are able to offer (Delivery Service To Your Home) Debit/Credit/Cards/Taken But please serious enquires only thanks.

  £ Reserved Length 14' 6" Width 4' 7" Height 0' 0"

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Triumph Roadster 9th Sept 1947  1800

Triumph Roadster 9th Sept 1947 1800    


As the classics car market has grown over the years it has fuelled the desire to have many examples of old cars looking just like they have come off the assembly line. However in a world of everything looking like new - its kind of refreshing sometimes to have a car that has not been pulled apart on some industrial estate, instead survived pretty much as the day it left the factory. But with so few largely original examples remaining now, in some cases they can command more than their so called restored counterparts

Such is this lovely original unrestored 1947 Triumph Roadster now 68years old. The V5c states that the car was purchased by Mr Mountain in 1947 passing on many years later to his daughter (with a covering letter in the folder) then another private owner to date. With just 57,000 miles on the speedo (51,000 in 1980). Showing all the signs of having been well cared for over the years, the all important ash frame is in fine condition along with the chassis and the car displays superb shut lines on the doors with the correct metal stop straps still in place

Original leather upholstery inside the car, front bench seat is starting to show its age but still remains serviceable. Nice little dicky seats in the boot, carpets have been replaced but some time ago so now look very in keeping with the rest. Dashboard has that just right sheen look, and both jager instruments are in fine looking order. Hood has been replaced in the past, fits well and still has the correct rear glass window fitted and chrome beading

Engine runs very sweet with recent new carburettor and displays a good oil pressure, new front brake hoses have been fitted along with four new tyres. We have just changed all oils and filter, plugs/points and fitted new battery

This is a very smart attractive example with good depth of shine to all of the bodywork as per photos show. Obviously there are the odd small paint defects ect that one would expect after all these years, but thats fine on such an original example all part of the cars age and charm. Car comes with all the tools attached to the bulkhead clips, original Triumph owners handbook, and a hood envelope cover in the boot. Debit/Credit/Cards/Taken. Delivery Service Available.

  £ RESVERED Length 14' 7" Width 4' 7" Height 0' 0"

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TRIUMPH TR4  1963  'Surrey Top &Overdrive

TRIUMPH TR4 1963 'Surrey Top &Overdrive    


FOR SALE You lucky lot if you could afford one in 1962 the TR4 would have cost 1138 6s 6d (including Overdrive and hardtop):in the same year the MGB its direct rival was 834 6s. There was very much a sports car mentality in those days, when one considers that the the average saloon car was a ponderous beast

Its that time again now! but for full effect you need a car with outstanding period looks' and without a roof: or better still a (Surrey Top) 'The hard top model' with detachable roof section aluminium and fabric alternative; just right for that exhilarating sun-drenched, draft-free ride' The TR4 is the perfect car, just slide inside the cockpit of this car and you really feel at home, the engine bursts into life the moment the key is turned and very quickly settles down to a lovely healthy gurgle with good oil presure

Husband and wife owned for the last 7years with around 6,000 miles having been covered during that period. Vast amount of work and upgrades carried out by TR Enterprise around 1998, to include full engine strip and conversion to un-leaded fuel, Rebuilt gear-box overdrive 2nd 3rd 4th, stainlees steel exhaust, Alternator upgrade, large oil cooler, spin-off filter coversion, plus much more. 10 Litrs Waxoil applied to the underside and all box sections pluged. More recent are the new chrome wire wheels and boot rack, and just to make sure the car does not go walk-about; a Sigma Immobillser system for complete peace of mind

These early cars with the white metal dash and proper TR rear suspension are regarded by many as the most desirable. This rust free example has clearly been well cared for with nice straight panels and good door gaps, you would have to look hard to find the odd stone chip/touch up anywhere. The underside is equally in the same fine condition having been waxioled protected. As new firestone tyres all round, and the Original alloy surrey top has had a new head-lining fittted more recently. There is a good stack of history, mot's and invoices with the car, plus the owners handbbok. Really lovely looking TR4. maybe its time you got behind the wheel of one. DEBIT/CREDIT/CARDS TAKEN (Delivery Service Available)

  £ RESERVED Length 13' 0" Width 4' 6" Height 0' 0"

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Rover 95 P4 1963  'Show Trophy Winner'

Rover 95 P4 1963 'Show Trophy Winner'    


FOR SALE For sheer build quality and British enginering unsurpassed the Rover P4 was right up there with the very best, and still naturally remains a highly regarded and well loved classic car today

Supplied new by Mann Egerton of Norwich in Aug 1963 to Mr Newman of Great Yarmouth. The car was ordered in the now available two-tone colours of stone grey over burgandy and supplied with the optional Overdrive gear-box, sold again in 1981 with just 27,000 miles the 2nd owner keep the car fo another twenty four years taking the milage to 53,000 in 2004. The highly detailed history folder shows three more enthusiastic keepers recorded mileage today is just 68,000 backed up with old mot's and previous owners testimony

Voted best 95 in 2010 P4 Drivers Guild, class winner in 2010 and 2013, plus numerous other trophies for best in show ect. This lovely highly regarded motorcar is presented in superb show condition with unmarked coachwork, whisper quite engine, and has been correctly maintained and looked after like a member of the family

Complete documentation with the car includes original buff log book from 1963, Rover 95 instruction manual, service and maintenance books in the plastic wallet, Ecko radio operating instructions, and the large history folder with a wad of invoices/parts labour ect that have been spent on the Rover over the years. Mot to Sept 2015 with no advisories, all tools present. A stunning motorcar that is bound to provide immense enjoyment to the new lucky owner.DEBIT/CREDIT/CARDS /TAKEN (Delivery Service Available)

  £ RESERVED Length 14' 8" Width 5' 4" Height 5' 2"

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MGC  Roadster  1968  'Award  Show Condition'

MGC Roadster 1968 'Award Show Condition'    


FOR SALE is this Really beautifully preserved example of the classic 1960's sports car the MGC Roadster. Equipped with Overdrive and sitting on painted wire wheeels, these cars were undoubtedly built during the best years of MGB mk2 production, with the added benefit of the all synchromesh gear-box and that lovely 6 cylinder engine- its not until you drive one that you realise just how good they really were

With what was already a very good sound car, the decision was taken in 1998 to have the car completely stripped out with all body repairs attended to and professionally painted in it's original colour(photos available). This was followed shortly afterwards with new brakes, clutch, and many other serviceable items. 2005 completed a major overhaul of all the torsion bar supension, king-pins, steering and suspension plus machining of the front disc's. In 2007 the car was treated to a complete re-trim in red leather, with all new high quality carpets, new crinkle dash and black soft top. 2009 all new chrome, new radiator and lower half paint. 2011 Engine removed and fully dismantled, new pistons and other items deemed necessary plus conversion to un-leaded fuel. Engine bay stripped out painted and highly detailed all items now replaced to show standard along with upgraded High-torq starter, alternator, and 123 ignition

This car drives with a really nice taut feel, reflecting on all the suspension and other work carried out over the last few years. Engine is silky smooth and free revving, with just a hint of the most intoxicating exhaust note that just makes you want to give it one more rev. Very comprehensive history folder accompanies the car, along with large amount of invoices of all expenditure over the last few years. Owners handbook, all tools, hood cover/and frame bag. Clearly a car that represents the ideal opportunity to acquire a really good example with most major work done for your enjoyment. DEBIT/CREDIT/CARDS/TAKEN (Delivery Service Available)

  £ RESERVED Length 12' 9" Width 4' 11" Height 0' 0"

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 SUNBEAM  MK111 1955  Sports  4 Seater Convertible  Showroom Condition

SUNBEAM MK111 1955 Sports 4 Seater Convertible Showroom Condition    


FOR SALE You have to take the wheel to experience the flight of speed and manoeuvrability that this exciting rally-bred sporty car can really offer. Outright winner of the 1955 Monte Carlo Rally and powered by a lusty 2267cc engine delivering 80b.h.p, with a top speed of around 100mph assured the car outstripped all the competition both here and overseas

The car was purchased new 12/2/1955 and was owned by a real die-hard Sunbeam enthusiast, it served as the family car for many years and was finally taken off the road when the current owner embarked on a total chassie up restoration. Work progressed very slowly with all mechanically components checked and refurbished where necessary using a lot of new parts aquired over many years. Sadly the owner died before the work was finished, and it was his son who entrusted the final stages of work to be completed by a professional restorer in 2006

Finished in what must be the best colour scheme of gunmetal grey with deep red all new leather upholstery and black mohair hood, the culmination of the restoration saw the body all painted to a very high standard most of the chrome has been re-plated, sporting a stainless steel exhaust system and radial tyres all round

Period and desirable upgrades have been applied to the car as were offered when it was new, these include Servo brakes, overdrive gearbox, proper floor speed change, revolution counter, press-button radio, Sunbeam heater unit, elec aerial and bumper overiders. The car has now covered around 3500 trouble free miles both here and overseas and been awarded many 1st trophies at shows and rallies with a previous owner. Must be one of the very best of examples on the market truly outstanding and much admired car, fantastic value, requiring no work and ready for immediate and enjoyable use. Owners hanbook, Full years Mot, Debit/Credit/Cards/Taken (Delivery Service Available)

  £ RESERVED Length 14' 0" Width 0' 0" Height 0' 0"

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